Reddit reviews: The best handheld vacuums

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u/dan_arth · 3 pointsr/Coffee

I roast with a heat gun in a breadmaker. The breadmaker just stirs the beans while all the heat comes from the heat gun. It is very fun. Clean up kinda sucks, but that's life.

I'd say 5/10 of my roasts are amazing. Better than buying from local professional roasters. I recently got a delicious malted chocolate taste from a Burundi. Seriously yummy. I've gotten blueberry and raspberry from Ethiopians. Sweet and delicious coffee.

4/10 are decent. I'm drinking one right as I type, an Ethiopian, that is... interesting... it has a lime flavor. It's definitely dialed in, not sour or bitter. Not particularly sweet. It's good, but not great. It's about as interesting as what I could buy from a local roaster... a little less interesting/delicious though.

1/10 are disasters. Over or under-done, "off-flavored," just something went completely wrong. Sometimes they're still salvagable... I have a VERY dark-roasted bean that I put a couple in as a blend with other Central/South American non-fruity coffees for dessert drinks. I will probably just cold brew it in a couple weeks. Brewed on its own it is just way too dark for me. It's probably a French roast. I've also roasted one so lightly that it turned pale and never really cracked. Tasted like lipton tea. Had to just toss it.

Overall, I highly recommend heat gun method if you're into the idea at all. It's surprisingly easy and fun once you have your set-up.

PS- you need to make sure you have a cooling solution too. I use a datavac that I already had (https://www.amazon.com/Metro-Vacuum-ED500P-500-Watt-Electric/dp/B001U899HQ/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1522274084&sr=8-2&keywords=datavac&dpID=418XjHwHhgL&preST=_SY300_QL70_&dpSrc=srch)

And I just put the beans in a colander, put a plate on top, and blow the heat off them.

Good luck!

u/ecofriend94 · 1 pointr/Rabbits

I like having a mini vacuum that is cordless, and has different attachments. It’s small so fits in room nicely and it’s easy to pull out randomly for little jobs. Filter is washable 🌎 A bit pricey but it’s totally worth it. There is also an attachment with a “brush” that is really nice for cleaning up hair off of furniture and rugs VS using a lint roller.See here: https://www.amazon.com/BLACK-DECKER-HHVI315JO42-Dustbuster-Cordless/dp/B01DAI5BZ2/ref=zg_bs_510114_15?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=GDW8AH0AR8NR8504YFRH


I buy hay and litter material in bulk, and keep the big containers in another room. I have smaller tubs in the bunny room for daily use: hay, litter material, pellets, and a trash container. They all have swing-top lids so they are always closed. Makes cleaning litter boxes super easy and faster.


My bun has 2 high-top litter boxes that I clean daily, which I find helps with smells VS cleaning them every few days. Also, certain types of litter hold smells more than others. [See video below]


White vinegar is amazing. Used for cleaning up accidents, deodorizing the room, and add it to the washer when washing bunny laundry to remove smell. You can also use baking soda in a dish for deodorizing room, but PLEASE make sure the bunny has no chance of getting to it.

Other tips for removing smells: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPMlRVUNZ00

u/diadexus · 2 pointsr/parrots

With our tiels - very little. Unlike a cat or dog, they don't wander around a whole lot. They'll play with toys and explore the holes in between couch cushions, but for the most part, they'll stick to where the fun and food are. My female tiel enjoys staying in and around her cage, so the only clean up is the normal every few days vacuuming. I recommend a dust buster or "quick pick up" style vacuum to keep near the cages to catch food debris.

The male tiel likes to hang out on the window perch, and on the stair banister rail. They typically plop once per hour, so there are only a couple little turds to clean up. They're water soluble and clean up easily, so it's not a problem at all, and could be avoided if you just place a paper towel/newspaper under the window perch.

Tiels really are the easiest birds to care for!

u/andgiveayeLL · 2 pointsr/dogs

I'm allergic to both dogs and cats and I have both. This list is more of the "nuclear options" just because of how severe my pet and dust allergies are, but even doing these things on a less extreme scale would probably help:

  1. HEPA filters for the air vents. Change them once per month

  2. I take Zyrtec daily (Costco has by far the best deal. You can buy it with a 5% upcharge if you aren't a member)

  3. In the spring when plants get added to the mix, I add another antihistamine (take Zyrtec in the morning and the second one at night). Usually it's allegra or claritin

  4. Brushing. Happens as near to daily as I can manage on my schedule

  5. Vacuuming. We have a Neato bot vac that runs daily, and we have the dyson pet hair (I actually don't love the Dyson. I think it's poorly built. If money were no object, I'd buy a Miele. If you have a rich family member, I'd throw a Miele on your registry and never look back).

  6. An air purifier. We use this in our bedroom because it's quiet and effective

  7. Bed linens and blankets get washed as often as possible (once a week minimum) because the cats share our bed and our dog loves the blanket I use on the couch. Pillowcases get changed every other night because my asshole cat thinks that is the best place to sleep

  8. If it's that bad, consider allergy shots. They are a huge PITA because of how often you have to go into the doctor to do them, but they work for some people

  9. Exposure/time will actually make a difference in the long run. My pet allergies were at their absolute worst when I was in college and didn't live with a pet. When I would come home and see my mom's cats, it was truly miserable. Now that I've got animals in my own home, it's better than it could be

  10. If you have your own home or are looking for one, hard surface floors are your best friend (wood, tile, concrete, etc). Carpet is awful for holding onto pet dander and hair. We don't own our own place yet, but when we do, the first change I'm making is getting rid of any carpet.

    Edit to add: On the topic of vacuuming, I'm getting this for Christmas and I'm hopeful that it will make vacuuming her spot on the couch easier than hauling the full sized vacuum up there
u/radroachbrz · 1 pointr/cars

Cleaning tips!

Here's a great starter kit ($25) for washing / polishing / waxing your car's paint: Amazon link - everything you need except a hose, bucket, and wash mitt.

Keep all windows clean. Keep your wipers clean (yes you have to clean them too). Stoners Invisible Glass and Rain-X on all windows.

Separate all towels. Don't mix your wax towels with your glass towels with your interior towels. You can get some in different colors to help separate them. You need to own a lot of good microfiber towels and separate and label them, keep them clean and dry. Recommend stocking up on Meguiar's Supreme Shine towels: Amazon link You want your towels to contain 17-30% polyamide (nylon), and the rest polyester. Polyamide is what give microfiber it's soft feel and absorbency.

Cabin air filter, change it every 15k-20k miles. These are what your air conditioning is filtered through and it gets dirty. So replace this and you'll have cleaner cabin air!

Vaccum the inside of the car on a regular weekly basis. Dyson DC34 handheld vaccum is the best thing ever: Amazon link Also some oxy-clean car fabric/upholstry cleaner works great for cleaning the car seats once a year- just make sure you dry it and run the A/C.

If you need more info head over to /r/autodetailing

u/barbaq24 · 3 pointsr/VacuumCleaners

I purchased the 'pivot' black and decker off amazon about a year ago. It's good for cleaning the car, crumbs, quick pick ups. The battery lasts about 15 mins of straight use, but I only ever drain the battery when cleaning the car. I really like mine as a supplement to the big vacuum. It's designed well, the battery works, and it is a great tool for around the house. Also, cleaning the filter is easy, you just take it apart, wash it, and let it dry.

The one you have a link to is pretty much the same thing so I'm sure it's just as good, maybe slightly less effective if it doesn't have the brush attachment.

Black+Decker BDH2000PL MAX Lithium Pivot Vacuum, 20-volt https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IOEFBKS/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_zM6Iyb2BEEK1C

u/jwallwalrus26 · 4 pointsr/shiba

I've registered for the Dyson vacuum for this very reason. My parents own it and have 5 long haired cats and hardwood floors, and it has done wonders on hardwood and their furniture. I have friends with cats/dogs who have carpet and also swear by the investment.

The dyson vacuum will take care of all your needs and has so many attachments that do incredibly well. The one I've registered for is so much cheaper on Amazon as well (but it is still spendier than most vacuums): http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00HNUFRQC?ref_=hit_wr_dt_vr_md_pt

For my upholstry (for now since our current vacuum isn't good) I actually bought this little vacuum and it does incredibly well for both my shiba and kai on both my leather and upholstered couches: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001EYFQ28?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o08_s00

Bathing your shiba during shedding season will help with loosening the hairs and make grooming easier.

I also suggest the following brushes that have done wonders for my dogs and have helped keep our apartment clean during shedding seasons.

Kong Zoom Groom - great for top coat shedding predominantly, but does get undercoat as well, just not as well.

Furminantor - Great to get rid of undercoat or loosening it up. Some people say it damages the top coat, I personally have never noticed, but don't overuse it because I do think it can cause balding, but overbrushing in general can cause balding.

Double teeth Undercoat Rake: MASTER at pulling out undercoat without any damage to top coat.

Deshedding tool: This is also a magical tool to getting rid of the undercoat. I sometimes think it works the best of all the mentioned ones for undercoat at least for Kiba, Taro's fur seems to respond better to the furminantor, while Kiba doesn't release as much from that.

u/MeishkaD · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

•Riddle 1

The soft kitty socks on my $10 and under list would keep my toes nice and "TOASTy" in those drafty dorm towers. Then I would be less inclined to "WhINE" about being cold.
•Riddle 2

I am sure that Arthur Weasley would be fascinated by the handy muggle invention that uses "eckeltricity" to make sweeping a breeze. The Dust Buster can be found on my Organize All the Things list and would help me keep my dorm room clean and tidy without having to use a "BROOM"
•Riddle 3

The shaggy baby boy's "HAT" on my list for Reproductive Unit #3 would be the perfect size for keeping my owl warm and toasty while delivering mail in the winter.
•Riddle 4

Perhaps a copy of the A Feast of Ice and Fire "cookBOOK" would give the house elves some inspiration for the tasty meals they whip up. It can be found on my Books, Glorious, Books list.

Riddle 5

My packing skills are dreadful. I would probably need the Foldable Engine Hoist on my Spouse Creature list just to lift my "TRUNK"

Bonus Riddle

The Superman bathrobe that is also found on my Spouse Creature list and would definitely double as a "CAPE" I am a pretty modest person, so this would be required for shared bathrooms.

u/SirMildredPierce · 22 pointsr/Augusta

There are going to be a lot of recommendations from people to hire exterminators, but I would recommend getting the equipment and doing it yourself.

One of the issues is that most exterminators come around once a month, but the life cycle of most roaches is half that, so even if you catch one wave of them, the eggs they are carrying are unaffected and will hatch, grow up, and reproduce within a couple of weeks.

There are basically three things you need to get:

Get some Fipronil Gel: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004GESOI6 Super cheap online, and 10 times more powerful than what you can get at the local store. This is what the pros use. Put this in places like under cabinets in the kitchen, near water sources, etc. Roaches like to rest in warm places. Anyplace in the apartment that is warm is a likely base for the roaches. This might be lighting fixtures, around the hot water pipes. Worst of all they might be inside your electronics such as your television or computers. They also like tight spaces, spaces they can just barely get into. Loose papers, inside the spines of hardcover books, the spaces between a shelf and the wall, places like that. Look for the roach shit, that's always a sure way to recognize where they have been hanging out.

The Fipronil on it's own is a cheap solution, but it's not the best. To really go to war you have to invest in a good sprayer: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0009KM25W You can go for a cheaper one, but I would suggest it's worth the investment. If you solve the problem in the long run, you can easily resell it and recoup most of the cost, though I recommend holding on to it. Remember to let the pressure out when you are done with it, you don't want to ruin the rubber seals on it.

Fill it with Acephate Insecticide: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005662Z6A and spray down the apartment twice a month.

I would also recommend a powerful plugin handheld vacuum such as this: https://www.amazon.com/Eureka-EasyClean-Lightweight-Handheld-71B/dp/B0006HUYGM/ It's powerful enough that it eviscerates the roaches as they get sucked up. A battery operated vacuum is weak enough that they don't die and they just crawl back out.

Lastly, you have to develop the discipline to starve them. They wouldn't be growing in number if they didn't have something to eat. You have to clean *every day*. Everytime you use a dish, immediately wash it after you are done with it. Open up a can of spaghettios? Wash the can out before you throw it away. Only have one trash can in the apartment and put Fipronil in it and keep an eye on it. Don't wait for the bag to be full before you empty it out. Don't leave loose papers around, throw away junk mail immediately. Got a leaky faucet? Get it fixed. Turn off your electronics and unplug them if you aren't using them. Don't leave lights on longer than you need to.

This is *your* war, you have to win it on your own. If you wait around for the apartment manager, or an exterminator to win it for you, you'll be waiting a long time. Why pay someone else to do it when you can use the same exact products they use, and do it yourself.

u/bookchaser · 1 pointr/VacuumCleaners

Okay, just FYI, in my time if a student brought his own vacuum for a single dorm room, he'd be thought of as a 'clean freak.' Substitute a modern term.

If you think the university's vacuum won't have attachments you need, I'd buy a hand vacuum like the Shark Rocket Ultra-Light. Shark, as a brand, is top-rated by Consumer Reports for performance and top-rated by its 7 million members for reliability (repair rates).

The model CR likes the best, of all tested brands, is the Shark Ion W1 WV201, which may be perfect for a dorm because it's so small and wouldn't look out of place if stored on your desk 24/7. The more I look at it, the more I think it's the perfect dorm vac to supplement the university's upright vacuum. CR states it 'was one of the quieter models tested.'

A hand vacuum will also be handy for pulling up food off your bed and tabletop surfaces and around the legs of your bed and desk.

u/septicidal · 1 pointr/InfertilityBabies

I use a long-handled Swiffer duster thingie (it traps dust instead of just moving it around and has an extendable handle so I can reach up high or down low (without bending over).

That being said, air filters will make a big difference at least with circulating dust if not pet hair. If you have central air/forced air heat (ducts) make sure there are good filters on the main unit and they are changed regularly. We have electric heat so this isn't an option for us, but since I have dust mite and pet dander allergies, I have a powerful HEPA air filter for the bedroom. For general cleaning, floors are vacuumed with a Dyson (which has lifetime HEPA filters) - including hardwood and tile, we never sweep just vacuum, since it seems faster and better gets all the cat fur (we have 3 cats). We have the Dyson Animal upright, which we got refurbished to save money. I also recently got a DustBuster with an extendable nozzle, which is great for getting dust/debris on surfaces and in between fully vacuuming the rooms. It doesn't have HEPA filters, but does have filters that seem to trap dust well. This is what I have: http://www.amazon.com/DECKER-CHV1410L-Lithium-Cordless-Buster/dp/B006LXOJC0/

u/veggiecarnage · 2 pointsr/guineapigs

we have this one it works quite well and is relatively easy to clean. the little grey flippy part helps with the fleece suction since it separates the opening from the fabric and helps sweep up the poops. we did have some trouble with this when we were just using raw fleece over towels and we tried to clip/tuck the sides or use one hand to keep it down. pads or fleece flippers makes the vacuuming even easier since it won't suck up the fabric at all its like 30 seconds twice a day for our 3 pigs.

u/21541215415 · 1 pointr/hardware

I clean the interior of my PC about every 2 months with a DataVac. As some people already posted, this can be found here.

Now, for your photo. Yes, crevices of peripherals can get very nasty. I am actually surprised someone didn't post this yet, but Super Clean High Tech Cleaning Compound is the bees knees. I use this stuff all the time.

What it is, is a slime like pliable substance that sticks to small particles. You can roll it over keyboards, mouses, in crevices, over fan grills, etc., and it will pull all the gunk out. I have quite a few packs of these in my desk.

Happy cleaning.

u/nerys71 · 1 pointr/shutupandtakemymoney

I got the B&D Lithium portable chargeable vac and really love it.


grabbed it when it was on sale. I REALLY love it. works better than I expected it too which is nice.

u/JakeSteam · 1 pointr/kindle

I've got [this] (https://www.amazon.co.uk/Fintie-Kindle-Paperwhite-SmartShell-Case/dp/B00JPB83T0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1464332699&sr=8-1&keywords=kindle+case) excellent one. It's super snug, I imagine the button would be pressed if it went down upside down. I'd have thought the screen auto-turn off would still work though.

Also, good point. I have it on 4-5 in bed, and it's still perfectly readable and doesn't disturb others.

u/sinewavesurf · 435 pointsr/CrappyDesign

Ok I was curious and had to look this up. Judging by the listing this is supposed to work like a Swiffer and the listing doesn't explicitly say it's a vacuum. It also has no reviews on Amazon which is always questionable. Still ballsy though and I still admire the hustle lol.

The sweeper adopts electrostatic cotton friction adsorption mode, which mainly adsorbs hair, dust and clothing fluff.
Easy to use, cleaning every cornor in your house.
Doing chore is such a easy thing.
Mute design does not disturb you.

>Package Content 1:
1 x Charging Sweeping Robot
1 x USB Charging Line
16 x Hoop and Loop
20 x Cleaning Cotton Pad


u/the_lonely_road · 2 pointsr/Trucking

This is key. Be proactive instead of reactive to help keep the interior habitable. My truck is my home, I want it clean.

I also use a Eurika hand vac to help keep it clean.


u/Elijahs-Wood · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I wish i could recommend the vacuum we own but it's sadly way too pricey. If you're interested in the type it's a miele canister vacuum, I highly recommend it because they work so well but it's quite pricey. I think the lowest price is $299.

For ones that aren't that high priced you might try out this handheld vacuum to quickly suck out any pet hair that may be on furniture.

If you're looking for a larger vacuum that is upright and a lift-away this one might be useful to you. It's lightweight and comes with pet tools.

If upright vacuums aren't you're thing you might like this canister vacuum. It's compact and appears to have an easy empty dirt tank so you might not need to buy vacuum bags which will save you some money.

You should add this adorable little HP pillow to your wishlist :D

u/MoogleMan3 · 1 pointr/buildapc

Ideally, monthly. But a few months apart, like 3 or 4, wouldn't cause any harm either.

For cleaning, I highly recommend a datavac. IMHO, best of the blower style cleaners. Made in the usa with a good motor and washable filter. Been using mine heavily for more than a year now.

u/littlestray · 1 pointr/Pets

In comparison to other haired breeds, rexes (cornish rex, devon rex, et cetera) shed LESS, but they do still shed. All fur sheds.

As for keeping up with the shedding, I've had my eye on this for awhile, I hear good things. Also, keep on top of grooming so you can dispose of a good amount of the fur in the bin instead of slowly all over the house.

Aside from that, it is just a fact of life cat parents accept that everything will get cat hair on it. Everything. So if you don't want a hairless cat and can't cope with shedding, I'd reconsider how much you want a cat. Saying you want a cat but don't want to deal with dander and hair (but no hairless, please) is like saying you want a bird that doesn't make any noise. It's just part of the package.

u/monsieur_le_baton · 1 pointr/CarTalkUK

I was given a nextbase 312gw as a gift and it's been faultless. It was a "which" best buy and has GPS/WiFi and a magnetic mount so easily detachable when parked up etc.

Has nice features like the screen turns off while driving so it didn't distract you etc.


u/DeeDoubs · 2 pointsr/hardware

Vacuum cleaners are supposed to be pretty bad for some reasons, but my mom used one when I was a kid and we never had any problems on that front. These days though, I use one of these: https://www.amazon.com/Metro-Vacuum-ED500P-500-Watt-Electric/dp/B001U899HQ


They are a little pricy, but they do a good job and you won't have to deal with replacing canned air.


I'd also recommend a small brush for getting the fans.


EDIT: https://www.amazon.com/Brushes-Portable-Cleaning-Keyboard-Interior/dp/B07CQH78NS


Something like the toothbrush looking one will do good for cleaning fans off. Alternatively you can just use a cheap toothbrush.

u/1dirtypanda · 1 pointr/PrimeDay2016

A total of 7 separate orders. It was a bit annoying because I was mostly on my phone and the mobile apps/chrome wouldn't load properly. Also I would have preferred to bundle orders but oh well. or try to use more coupons but they only give you so many minutes in the cart and sometimes the next item that you're waiting for a deal to start is right outside that window.

u/CaptainCoral · 7 pointsr/dogs

This pet hair eraser hand vac. It is amazing. It works so well, and pet hair is loosened by the rubber grips in the end, so it even pulls out pet hair that's threaded into blankets and the backseat. Worth every penny, especially since we have to vacuum our bedding every day when our dog is blowing her coat, and pretty much every few days during the rest of the year, haha.

u/joelski · 1 pointr/Coffee

Metro Vacuum ED500P DataVac 500-Watt, .75-HP Electric Duster https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001U899HQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_VTjgAbZM7FZTS

This is my favorite air blower. I now have 2 of them. Very powerful, heavy duty, muliple attachments, and great for lots of things. Easily pays for it's self if you were buying compressed air.

u/RedditAccount2416 · 2 pointsr/Tools

How much are you looking to spend?

Metro makes a few products, Datavac. They are around $70- $100, but they aren't heated. I've got This Guy And it's pretty much a mini leaf-blower. Metal housing, not sure it would handle too many "drops", but it seems reasonably well built.

There are some car detailing products are also heated, like the Metro Master Blaster that produced a lot of heated air. Not as hot as like a heat gun, but they will definitely dry things.

u/Jules6146 · 2 pointsr/konmari

For furniture and household touch ups - there is NOTHING better than this tough and light little vacuum. It is so much better than a dustbuster, cordless, and has a million uses (including attachments good at getting pet fur off furniture):


For your floors - a Roomba is wonderful! Let it do its thing every day or two. It will help you keep your sanity. Pro tip - in a few years when it stops working don't throw it out - a new internal battery can be ordered online for about $25 and installed easily with just a screwdriver!

u/kreaol · 1 pointr/sysadmin

I concur. I have one, and love it. Got mine on Amazon though: http://www.amazon.com/Metro-Vacuum-ED500P-500-Watt-Electric/dp/B001U899HQ

What are you talking about, it getting warm? It doesn't get warm. This thing has BURNED me before. Still 10x better then canned air though, and more powerful.

u/NebraskaSkyline · 2 pointsr/blogsnark

Not sure if it's exactly what you mean, since I use dustbuster as a catchall term for hand vac and others may not ... but this thing hasn't done me wrong. https://www.amazon.com/BLACK-DECKER-Dustbuster-Cordless-CHV1410L/dp/B006LXOJC0

(Duh, I just realized dustbuster is literally in the product name so it prob is what you were referring to. Anyhow).

Its best feature is that it picks up kitty litter that doesn't then shake back out when you turn it off. My maintenance guys gunked mine up with drywall dust and it still rinsed clean and works like new. Charges quickly, sits and goes for long times without needing plugging in. I'm really pleased with it.

The only downside is that the slim head that slides out is a little touchy/either doesn't lock in place well or locks too well and is hard to slide, and the little whiskery bit for carpets is kind of eh. But it's a tough little bastard on cat hair and all the crap I spill in my kitchen constantly. Plus SoCal interstate dust through that comes in constantly through the windows. Thumbs up from me.

u/ItsReallyRyRy · 3 pointsr/homelab

The DataVac was probably one the best purchases I've ever made. It's super powerful, I just used it last night to dust my equipment.

u/Wsntme · 1 pointr/DIY

this is an awesome device.. like canned air plus some, I bet it would work perfect for keeping this clean!
edit : forgot the link!

u/chance1117 · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

Buy a little spray bottles like this. Then fill them half with rubbing alcohol and half distilled water. Then just use dust fee cloth. You can also buy a bunch of them give them away as gifts. Super easy and cheap!

I buy and sell some electronics. I have use this spray and never had any problems. That spray combined with this electronic duster and I'm set for life!

u/PandaCasserole · 1 pointr/lego

I'm trying to get one of Metro Vacuum ED500P DataVac 500-Watt, .75-HP Electric Duster ... Pretty good ratings, not wasteful like other options and you can use it on other stuff. Other than that it's pretty much clean 'em or put em in glass

u/notacabaret · 1 pointr/randomactsofamazon

I just ordered this to be overnighted, supposed to be here today. You will need something similar. It has good reviews.

Good handheld pet vacuum

Also, my cats love this and it's really easy to get the hair from Kitty brush!

u/genevamotion · 148 pointsr/Chinesium

I thought this had to be a child’s toy, but nope

> The sweeper adopts electrostatic cotton friction adsorption mode, which mainly adsorbs hair, dust and clothing fluff.
Easy to use, cleaning every cornor in your house.
Doing chore is such a easy thing.
Mute design does not disturb you.

u/orb_king · 3 pointsr/synthesizers

When you're ready to get serious: Metro Vacuum ED500P DataVac 500-Watt, 0.75-HP Electric Duster https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001U899HQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_OfNRDb8Q2K32G

There's an attachment on this that's a brush. It's pretty amazing.

u/performancereviews · 2 pointsr/VacuumCleaners

The Lindhaus hf-6 has the longest hose right now . You can also get a hand vacuum for your stairs . Like this
Eureka Handheld Vacuum Cleaner, Hand Vac Corded, 71B https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0006HUYGM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_jyFXCbKX5KWJV

Sold this cheep thing for years without much problems despite it being cheap and disposable.

u/Romkslrqusz · 2 pointsr/techsupport

My favorite tool for the task is a DataVac - pretty much a high intensity blower. It’s stronger than canned air by a long shot, and even blasts of that extra ‘sticky’ dust. Kinda pricey though ($80 USD)

Dry Fiber + Friction = static so don’t use the wipes you were talking about. Anything you’re going to be rubbing against components should be lightly saturated in rubbing alcohol.

Canned air works alright, especially if you’ve only got a light amount of dust.

u/canute_the_viking · 8 pointsr/LegalAdviceUK


I have one of them. It doesn't give 360 degrees, but it's not far off. Put it this way, if that doesn't catch them, you can pretty much narrow down the culprit to 3 or 4 houses. Park a little further down the next day and you'll get them.

Alternative: Find a sympathetic colleague that already has a dash cam. Park on the same street, facing each other.

u/edgeofruin · 2 pointsr/crappyoffbrands

People have found it for $3-7 on Chinese websites but here's an insanely priced Amazon link. If you do decide to go about Roomba shenanigans come join sweeps new sub and have fun! r/SWEEPthefoomba


u/vthokies96 · 1 pointr/VacuumCleaners

Thanks for the response.

Can you elaborate on how exactly cat litter damages a vacuum? We just bought a new Sebo vacuum that we're happy with, but since it was quite expensive, we're trying to find a separate machine to use for the litter.

The Whoosh looks nice, but event that's big. We're really looking for something like this: http://www.amazon.com/DECKER-CHV1410L-Lithium-Cordless-Buster/dp/B006LXOJC0

Should we just assume that anything we buy would break down quickly due to the litter and just go with the cheapest option that would be powerful enough to suck up the litter?

u/Honda_TypeR · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Friends don't let friends go without buying a DataVac Duster

I've had mine over 4 years now... best PC investment I have made in a long time.


All the advantages of compressed air without any freezing or residue. This thing works wonders on water cooling radiators and deep fins on heat sinks alike.

u/Taco_Fiasco · 2 pointsr/HomeDecorating

Awww! Show us the cat please! I have a dog that sheds like crazy too. This thing has worked wonderfully to quickly and easily de-fur my car and furniture: https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B001EYFQ28/ref=pd_aw_sim_121_3?ie=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=5A2748TFV9AY0Z9X88SH&dpPl=1&dpID=410YDlgrCiL

u/HybridVigor · 1 pointr/lifehacks

I just use a hand vacuum. I don't bother, but if one wanted to be extra careful, they could put down a towel and vacuum the towel afterwards instead of the floor/counter top. Plastic bags are getting harder to come by since they're not allowed in my state's grocery stores, and reducing our consumption of plastic is a good thing, anyway.

u/alsoaperson · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

If you need to cover a larger section of floor, Amazon also sells gym style floor tiles. They're basically the same as the kid ones but a little thicker and without any pattern. They're usually cheaper too.

I also recommend that people add a small hand vac to their registries. I have this one and with a toddler it gets used several times a day (by both of us!).

u/Spifffyy · 10 pointsr/Roadcam

Not OP, but I use Nextbase 312w that has GPS tracking (coordinates), speed, your reg (if you put it in) etc. and is 1080p. Very good for not too expensive. There are better models but in my opinion the price didn't justify it.

u/Huecuva · 1 pointr/Amd

I'm not so sure a leaf blower is a good idea, but I have one of these. https://www.amazon.com/Metro-Vacuum-ED500P-500-Watt-Electric/dp/B001U899HQ/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?keywords=datavac&qid=1574406431&sprefix=Data&sr=8-3
Best purchase I ever made. I take both of my rigs outside and dust them out twice a year.

u/KSubedi · 2 pointsr/FocusST

I have this : https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001AQEQNA/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1 and its awesome. I have dogs in my car all the time and it manages to get dog hair out of the ST1 cloth seats I have. Definitely recommended.

u/Grphx · 3 pointsr/buildapc

I went through my order history and cannot find it, so I looked on amazon and can't find it either which kinda worries me. I did find similar ones but they are listed as $60. I would pay that in a heartbeat for how well it works and how often I clean my PC.

Looks like this

u/IDontWantToArgueOK · 34 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Pro tip:

These are awesome. Works way better than a can of air and you only have to buy one. Also great for cleaning keyboards/remotes.

Shame the price keeps rising as these used to be half the price, but I still recommend it.

u/Lurkndog · 3 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I have the earlier version of this Black & Decker Pivot Vacuum. It's excellent. Tons of suction, and a compact handy form factor.

You'll want to keep a couple of the replacement filters on hand, that way when the filter clogs up suddenly you can get it back into service immediately.

u/AddictedToAsianFood · 1 pointr/hardwareswap

I thought these were pretty well known in computer enthusiast forums..

Without accessories

With accessories

u/ColeSloth · 22 pointsr/IAmA

I've owned this one for 10 years now and it still works great. I use a regular vacuum to clean this ones filter off and maybe once a year I wash the filter in dish soap and water.

u/VZ_Tinman · 5 pointsr/buildapc

I have been using this for a while. It is a pretty great device, a lot of the attachments make cleaning my pc a breeze.

I just don't think it would be worth it though if I ONLY used it for computer dusting. I keep it in the garage and get tons of use out of it for woodworking and cleaning car parts.

If you are only going to use it for computer cleaning. Just stick to compressed air. It would take years to pay you back. And by then it might be out of warranty and broken.

u/bkthenewme32 · 2 pointsr/Pets

This one is fantastic for litter, that's almost all I use it for.

BLACK+DECKER CHV1410L 16V Cordless Lithium Hand Vacuum https://www.amazon.com/dp/B006LXOJC0/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_Xu7HAb8M3FHAK

u/foxbarrington · 2 pointsr/uberdrivers

I'd recommend making a checklist, something like:

  • Phone charger
  • Vacuum the seats and floors (love this guy)
  • Check/remove everything from all cupholders / seat backs / door pockets
  • Windex passenger windows
  • Clear out trunk (these are great )
  • Fill tank
u/siegewolf · 2 pointsr/videos

Sorry I forgot to link it. It's a total beast. Sorry for the mobile link. To give you a idea of power...it actually has kickback when I turn it on. People have said they use it to blow leaves off their deck. It's pretty awesome.

u/itschism · 30 pointsr/IAmA

I bought this on amazon and it works great. It has a lot of suction, and also has a spinning brush. The only downsides I have noticed are that it's somewhat loud (mostly the sound of the suction, not the motor) and that it is a bit hard to clean since it's a canister vac.
Edit: it's also not cordless, like the reply above me is talking about. I believe there is a cordless model though.

u/considerthelobsters · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I believe it was this one. It's new, so we've only used it a couple times, but he said it worked pretty effectively but the downside was it was a little slow.

u/t0ny7 · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Dust is nothing really to worry about. You just need to clean it out every now and again. You can use something like this instead of buying those compressed air cans.

I use a pool pump. It might be as powerful as the one I linked but it does the job ok. I may pick up that duster at some point when I can afford too.

u/StargateGuy · 10 pointsr/PS4

> Maybe a link? I searched amazon eduster and nothing comes up.

This is the exact model I have, but its been superceded by a new model.

The cheapest one I see on Amazon is the EasyGo CompuCleaner that Worstguy656 linked already.

I haven't but canned air in the better part of a decade.

u/urbanbumfights · 1 pointr/TechnologyProTips

First thing I would do is scan for any viruses. Get Malwarebytes and use that as well.

If nothing comes up with those, I would open up your PC and clean the dust out. Preferably with a PC Vac. Something like this.

If none of that works, you'll might want to think about replacing hardware. Maybe getting a new HDD or switching to an SSD if you don't already have one.

u/DeadPlasmaCell · 3 pointsr/Pets

We have a cattle dog/chihuahua mix who sheds quite a bit, I usually get a lint roller and go to town first then use a reg. vacuum with a brush attachment, but my father in-law sent us this for xmas and it works fantastic

u/InfDisco · 1 pointr/lyftdrivers

This vacuum is amazing. You will need to charge it at home but it's a very powerful little vacuum.


u/Bobodehclown · 1 pointr/parrots

You didn't specify if you need a full size or handheld, but I have a Eureka 71b hand vac and it's very powerful. Be warned it is very loud (and heavy for its size), but doesn't leave anything behind. Less than $40. http://www.amazon.com/Eureka-EasyClean-Corded-Hand-Held-71B/dp/B0006HUYGM/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1463769374&sr=8-1&keywords=eureka+hand+vacuum

u/puriuh · 1 pointr/lyftdrivers

I’m really happy with this one!


Don’t forget to write whatever you buy off on your taxes :)

u/seanlax5 · 11 pointsr/gifs

Okay I know you are talking about the kid, but for anyone interested in the vacuum, I have this one, been running great for about a year. Well it's not jaw-dropping wonderful, but its cheap as shit. Cheaper than the human too.


u/Partaricio · 1 pointr/UKPersonalFinance

All the cheap ones are brands that I've never heard of so can't recommend on that basis, but as long as you aren't expecting really high accuracy and don't use it on high voltage stuff, just pick one you like the look of and make sure it comes with leads, this was the first one I saw that looked reasonable.


u/RodeoRex · 2 pointsr/AskUK

I use the VAVA Dash Cam. https://www.amazon.co.uk/VAVA-Image-Sensor-1080p-Videos-x/dp/B076FVPTLN

The Nextbase 312GW is currently the second highest rated one on Which (the highest rated one is about twice the price): https://www.amazon.co.uk/Nextbase-312GW-Full-1080p-Black/dp/B01ELRJW5Q

But if I were to get one nowadays, I’d probably get one from Anker, purely because I’ve had great experience with their other products, and their customer service is top notch when it comes to guarantees. Which would likely end up being this one: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Roav-Resolution-2560X1440-Wide-Angle-Recording/dp/B072FVX74Q/

One of the main things you want in a dashcam is a GPS sensor, this will log your drive and also show your speed on the recording.

u/OaklandWarrior · 3 pointsr/uberdrivers

Sell? lol. Don't sell people shit. GIVE them small bottles of water, and otherwise keep food out of your car. If you start feeding people or letting them eat in your car, say hello to stains and filth everywhere. Even if you don't let them eat, they'll still make a mess, leave residue and spilled cocaine all over your back seat. Pro Tip: Get a Dyson DC34 (unless you have a house with a garage to use your home vac). Best $200 I ever spent

u/MisterNoisy · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

One of these is a good start. :)

u/IAmMalfeasance · 2 pointsr/buildapc

If it helps, I've used the metro datavac and it works really well, may be worth looking in to.

u/surlier · 3 pointsr/Frugal

Alternately, I was in a similar scenario and bought this. Still useful and in good condition 3 years later.

u/Nyanca4 · 1 pointr/ReefTank

I actually haven't - my lfs convinced me that it wasn't a possibility on brand new equipment...... if you think I should look into - would this work?

Thanks :)

u/MrRockyboxer · 6 pointsr/LifeProTips

Don't waste your money on those air cans. They can get expensive if you keep buying them, and you'll have to let them cool down, because they get cold, and start to lose pressure over time of use.

Get one of these. I have one, and it's amazing. It does a better job dusting your PC, and it doesn't get cold, or lose pressure from long use. Not to mention, it'll be cheaper in the long run. Also, it's environmentally friendlier than those cans too.

Just a warning, it'll be loud, but it's very powerful.

u/britjh22 · 2 pointsr/Homebrewing

I use my Datavac that I already have from being a computer nerd, great for blowing out my immersion cooler and other lines, and it's nice and portable compared to most air compressors. That does the bulk of getting them dry.

u/Kopachris · 30 pointsr/homelab

I worked in a casino for six years, repairing slot machines for two of those. I know a thing or two about cleaning electronics that have been subjected to heavy tobacco smoke.

  1. Power it off, unplug it, ground the chassis. You'll probably want to do this in a garage or outside
  2. Go over it with a shop vac first, then an air compressor to get the hard-to-suck stuff. If you don't have an air compressor, I always used one of these at work and highly recommend them for cleaning your computers and servers. Be sure to get the fans really well--hold them with your finger to keep them from spinning real fast
  3. Pull everything out of it. Everything--power supply, hard drives, even the motherboard. Go over the components and the chassis and use the air compressor some more
  4. If it still needs more cleaning:
  • Medium-heavy degreaser to take out nicotine/tar and spilled drink stains on the metal chassis
  • Simple Green or other all-purpose cleaner diluted to medium strength according to the directions for plastic surfaces and the outside of covered components. Lint-free/microfiber cloth, you know the deal.
  • Circuit boards can be washed with regular soap and water, provided they're thoroughly dried before power is applied again. I always just used an air compressor and paper towels, but I've heard people say you can put them in your oven on its lowest temperature as long as you keep a close eye on them--they can warp if you're not careful. If you need to wash the motherboard, remove the CPU and heatsink. Rubbing alcohol and cotton swabs are good for removing thermal paste; you'll want to remove and replace it any time you separate the heatsink from the chip.

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/LGq36NHh1PDreVw63 <-- what being on 24/7 in a casino does
u/semperverus · 1 pointr/Amd

Having it open like that probably makes it way easier to clean. Also that "case" comes with a side panel.

u/daddydata · 3 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Eureka corded 71B. It's powerful and includes rotating brush head (can run with it off or on) and an extension hose and crevice tool. It might be a little heavier than most handheld vacuums. I was inordinately excited to receive this as a gift. 71B

u/ultragib · 1 pointr/AutoDetailing

This is probably the best for that price range. Plus, you can use it for your home. It's handy to have around.


u/Santa_on_a_stick · 25 pointsr/politics

This dustbuster has a higher approval rating as well.

u/SerpentDrago · 1 pointr/computertechs

Metro Vacuum ED500P

Have one its amazing !

u/Trouble-free · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

I've had this vacuum for 4 years and been very happy with it.

u/itaveL · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I would recommend spending more, one time up front, and getting a snall blower instead of spending a bunch over your lifetime on compressed air.

This for example is great for cleaning PCs. I'm sure you can find cheaper alternatives elsewhere, but this is what I've used for years.

u/Ezirv · 1 pointr/buildapc

Others have recommended this and it would work quite well, and you wouldn't have to worry about water in the tank of the compressor.

u/Shock4ndAwe · 5 pointsr/pcgaming

If you're referring to this it's fine. If not, I wouldn't risk it. These electronic dusters are designed for the purpose they fulfill.

u/PlNKERTON · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Nothing has worked better in my experience than this.


Cannot recommend it enough. I've dusted dozens of computers with it, even dusted out an old piano. The thing works like a champ. I can't go back to canned air.

u/TheMuffnMan · 3 pointsr/buildapc

Metra Air Duster from Amazon and you're done. $70 one time purchase and it's better than the canned air cleaners.

Metro Vacuum ED500P DataVac 500-Watt, .75-HP Electric Duster https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001U899HQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_8OHGybPZM038C

u/Serialtoon · 6 pointsr/playstation

Buy yourself a DataVac I got mine a few years back, when they were $30-35. No sure why the price is so damn high on these now but they are invaluable if you have tech and need to clean it out without buying a ton of compressed air cans.

u/bcbear · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace


I've had one for a while now and it works wonders for keyboard, case, cats, small plant matter in the driveway, etc.

But seriously, it's great.

u/Le085 · 9 pointsr/msp

I use this every time. But you MUST turn off any electronic device you want to blow dust out of it, it's powerful.


If they are so concern about time, I'd do it at after hours and charge different rate.

u/moses2357 · 4 pointsr/pcgaming

An electric leaf blower more expensive around $30 but will last longer than cans of air. I see people recommend the DataVac Electric Duster but it's more expensive at around $60.

u/BL24L · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

I never had issues with compressed air.

I personally moved to a datavac about 4 years ago and have never looked back. They were $60 at the time but even at $70+ I think they're totally worth it. You can use the things for so much more then just blowing out your pc.



Cheaper alternative

Xpower Airrow

u/skizai_ · 1 pointr/buildapc

Instead of compressed air, I would purchase a powered blower. It's a lot more powerful and last a practically a lifetime. https://www.amazon.com/Metro-Vacuum-ED500P-500-Watt-Electric/dp/B001U899HQ/ref=sr_1_43?ie=UTF8&qid=1522214073&sr=8-43&keywords=duster+air

u/RisenLazarus · 1 pointr/buildapcsales

Not sure why but this listing has a different picture for the label than other listings, like the amazon one here. But the other pictures are the same and the model looks the same. Can anyone confirm if there are different models and a reason not to get this one?

u/SeafoodDuder · 1 pointr/buildapc

When you use compressed air, make sure your PC is off. Put your finger in your fan then shoot the air because you can wreck your fans by making them spin like crazy. Happened to me years ago.

If you don't want to keep buying compressed air, you can invest in a vacuum. This blows air like crazy, I bought one back when they were like $50-$60, works great but it's a little loud.

u/SeanStock · 2 pointsr/RATS

I have it...it made me buy this:


It's a sweet vacuum I now use all the damn time, for rats and cars. Sometimes I even spot clean their cage with the hose.

Edit: I work at Petco, I'll pass this along.

u/BlakDrgn · 2 pointsr/Trucking

I use this in the sleeper, https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001AQEQNA/ref=cm_sw_r_awd_TSk-tb0F4Y1JM

And one of the blower air lines that hook up to the line that powers my drivers seat for quick cleaning up front. Also useful while driving with the Windows down to blow off gauges etc.

u/cgimusic · 3 pointsr/pcmasterrace

But it's not even in a sale. The daily deals say "Deal of the Day" instead of "Price" like here and other on-sale items list a "With Deal" price and the price without the sale e.g. this.

u/pblood40 · 3 pointsr/cars


You're lucky - when I lived in apartment last they'd post letters about fining you for "working on a vehicle in the buildings lot" if you even attempted to vacuum it out.

u/liesthroughhisteeth · 8 pointsr/computers

Just getting it up off the floor can help a lot. There are also these.

u/slykrysis · 1 pointr/gamecollecting

I usually blow them off with a Metro Datavac blower:


Then I use rubbing alcohol 70% for a clean, and 90% for a final wipe.

u/GoldryBluszco · 5 pointsr/WTF

yes indeed, a "datavac electric duster" (first stage of most repair jobs done in my dusty emporium)

u/ConradBHart42 · 8 pointsr/buildapcsales

I have this model and it works well. You can usually find them on sale for $40-$50 if you're not in a hurry to buy. As the amazon page states, they're more economical because it's a one-time purchase and then pennies of electricity over the lifetime of it. It is greener though because it doesn't create a waste product and presumable obviates the demand for several cans of duster in the future.

The biggest downside is that these things are loud as fuck. If you want to be super cautious, some foam earplugs are in order. Regular headphones are probably sufficient. Most people would use them without anything covering their ears and be just fine anyway.

u/sunshinenfundip · 1 pointr/Wishlist

I just got a handheld vacuum for pet hair once I get around to using it, I'll let you know how it works, if you'd like.

u/Symplicified · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I would recommend just buying one of these.

u/TitanHawk · 0 pointsr/techsupport

Consider getting an electric duster instead of canned air.

Something like this

In my opinion they are simply easier to use. You'll pay more upfront, but you'll never need to buy compressed air while you have it.

u/scratchfury · 2 pointsr/Clemson

Don't live on the ground floor or lower! I can't remember every having bug problems when living on the 2nd floor or above.

These items help:

12 Dupont Advion Cockroach Bait Arenas https://www.amazon.com/dp/B005K5O632/

BLACK + DECKER CHV1410L 16V Cordless Lithium Hand Vac https://www.amazon.com/dp/B006LXOJC0/

u/laihipp · 3 pointsr/manga

softbrush electric vacuum cleaner, they make them for PC cases, they work well on shelves and tight/delicate spaces

this type of thing:


but the specific one I have is this:


u/CrossedZebra · 3 pointsr/techsupport

Get a proper ESD safe unit like a DataVac, seeing as you're going to be using it on customer machines.



It's a bit of an investment, but will probably pay for itself in the long run if you're using it for a business.

u/Mattsoup · 4 pointsr/WTF

Thays just what it's called, and this isn't an enclosed area, it's a well ventilated garage with the doors open at both ends and a stiff breeze blowing through

Amazon link

u/Rinnosuke · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

personally I bought this a few years ago, open the case up and blow it out every couple of months. Though I really need to consider a modular powersupply since dust likes to hide behind the cords.

u/rylinn · 1 pointr/dogs

My dog has similar fur, and we use a zoom groom rubber comb to get as much fur as possible out. He'll sit for the rubber brush over any other type.

We also bought a handheld dyson. I do a quick cleanup of hair balls around the edges of furniture and along walls once a day. It's been really helpful. It's a bit pricey, but so convenient. www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B006WS39NE/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=AP9RJY7ICRCTK

u/FrankReynolds · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Here you go. Worth every single penny.

u/chubbysumo · 3 pointsr/pcmasterrace

I would recommend, that instead of spending heinous amounts of money on terrible for you and the environment compressed gas canisters, get a blower, like this, or get a small air compressor and a blower attachment. no noxious gasses, and all dust gets blown away, over and over.

u/kbrsuperstar · 2 pointsr/CleaningTips

Get the dog hair off BEFORE you steam clean it otherwise it's going to be a huge mess. I use this pet hair vacuum but if you don't have your own pets, this pet hair remover is cheap and people swear by it.

u/Haxan_K · 1 pointr/buildapc

i bought a metro vac from amazon years ago. got in on sale for around 45. it has paid off with cleaning 4 very dusty pc's every few months

u/Kasendou · 3 pointsr/PS4

Just don't turn the can upside down or at any extreme angle when you're spraying it and don't spray it into your PS4 when it's on and running. (Turn it off, unplug it from the wall for a few minutes).

Instead of compressed air, I just bought one of these which has already paid for itself in how much dusting I've done on my electronics.


*and since you're asking about this, some additional tips - you'll want to clean the outside first (with a soft/microfibre rag and q-tips for the inner edges) then maybe use a vaccuum cleaner w/ attachment to suck out any of the loose dust first.

u/areyougame · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace
  1. Clean the room your PC is in, set up fans for positive air pressure (More intakes than exhausts), and use dust filters on those intakes.

  2. Use one of these bad boys.
u/Ghorheed · 3 pointsr/computers

Metro Vacuum ED500P DataVac 500-Watt, .75-HP Electric Duster https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001U899HQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_kAMRAbZJYZ8S7

This is all you need. You won't regret it.

u/ruffyreborn · 5 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Just looking, [I'd go with this.] (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0006HUYGM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_s86AzbQ1PDSG5)

If you can, stay away from any vacuum that uses a battery. I have had absolutely no luck with battery vacuums (or hair clippers/trimmers.) The batteries always begin to lose charge and just can't keep a charge longer than a few minutes.

That linked vacuum has a detachable hose to get into tight spaces. Yeah, a cord is inconvenient, but a corded vacuum (or clippers) have never failed me.

u/Mr_Quackers · 3 pointsr/pcmasterrace

There is a risk for static and moisture. I recommend buying a specific electronic duster to be the safest.

u/ReeG · 1 pointr/pcgaming

I bought similar electric duster about a year ago called DataVac and it's so much better compared to compressed air cans that get cold and lose pressure the more you use them. The first time I used this thing dust was flying out places the compressed air could never get to. Works great on other stuff around the house too.

u/JonathanSCE · 2 pointsr/computers

I bought an electric duster to save on disposable air cans. Also, don't have to stop every two minutes because the can is too cold or lost of pressure.

u/estherfm · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Annnnd here we go again (dear lord)

A is for A Whole New Mind
B is for Burglar - a movie starring Whoopi Goldberg, who knew?
C is for Candy starring Health Ledger
D is for Dandelion, a book
E is for Eureka vacuum
F is for Follow, a song.
G is for Gourmet cookbook
H is for The Hornet Electric Radio Control Buggy
I is for Invisible Ink Pen
J is for a Journal about Babies
K is for Kitty Cat Pet Dress Up and Care, an app
L is for Land Lakes Mini Moos Creamer
M is for Monty Python and the Holy Grail
N is for Nowhere To Go And All Day To Get There
O is for Opium for Women
P is for a Porcupine Puppet
Q is for Queasy Drops
R is for Roland MIDI Controller
S is for Spirit, a book
T is for Termidor, a Termiticide
U is for Ululu, a book
V is for The Vandal, a book
W is for The Wonky Donkey, a book too
X is for X., an ebook
Y is for Yolanda Griffith's basketball card
Z is for Zucchini, an ebook.

u/acr_vp · 9 pointsr/cars

This thing + built in 110v outlet... Bam, 4k upgrade to touring elite status.

u/rm_a · 118 pointsr/todayilearned

Portable suction device = vacuum?

u/eZGjBw1Z · 1 pointr/aldi

Here's a link to the product in this week's ad for $24.99. It's currently $28.99 on Amazon. Here's Bissel's product page for the 33A1B.

u/realslizzard · 1 pointr/gpumining

I have dust filters on mine too but removed them: https://imgur.com/gallery/dOnsV9m (scroll near the middle of album to see them)

I found the temps dropped 5C without the filters.

Instead I have been using this to clean the rigs

u/Panda_Bowl · 10 pointsr/buildapc

Data Vac is just a brand name (or model, or something) of a handheld air compressor designed/marketed to PC air dusting.


u/thatdudefromak · 3 pointsr/anchorage

Get a Data Vac and do it yourself and never buy canned air again.

u/TexasNiteowl · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

I bought one of these several years ago. Boy has it gone up in price! https://www.amazon.com/Metro-Vacuum-ED500P-500-Watt-Electric/dp/B001U899HQ/

u/confused_boner · 39 pointsr/techsupportgore

The MetroVac is as loud as a vaccum

u/Kaffein · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I use a Metro Vacuum ED500P DataVac 500-Watt, .75-HP Electric Duster https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001U899HQ/

u/food_is_heaven · 1 pointr/flashlight

I currently have one of these bit I was concerned that it wouldn't be accurate enough and I saw this one recommend on one of the electronics subreddits.

u/skeletorcares · 7 pointsr/CrappyDesign


> Features: The sweeper adopts electrostatic cotton friction adsorption mode, which mainly adsorbs hair, dust and clothing fluff.


u/SolidBladez · 2 pointsr/buildapc

Most will recommend using a canned air duster (like this). The only thing I hate about them is that they're inefficient for using over long periods of time and aren't cost effective. I'd recommend using a blow vac like this.

u/cletus-cassidy · 1 pointr/watercooling

Same as above except use this: Metro Vacuum ED500P DataVac... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001U899HQ?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share

Again not kidding.

u/tv64738 · 1 pointr/GoRVing

We have a small corded vacuum http://amzn.to/2r9ue92 which I picked based on an earlier version of http://thesweethome.com/reviews/best-handheld-vacuum/

Handheld means crawling around, but we have a bunch of carpet so we need some kind of a vacuum, and we didn't want to store even a small upright vacuum.

u/SonVoltMMA · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

Fuck that noise. This thing all day, err day. It was created by the hands of God herself.