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Dirt Devil Gator 15.6V Cordless Bagless Handheld Vacuum, BD10125


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  • Handheld vacuum cleaner with 15-3/5 volts of powerful suction
  • Lightweight, cordless design; 2-1/4-inch-wide nozzle; Energy Star qualified battery charger
  • D-shaped handle; built-in crevice tool cleans hard-to-reach places
  • Easy-empty dirt cup; reusable filter rinses clean; charger included
  • Measures approximately 16-1/5 by 6-1/5 by 7 inches; 3-year limited warranty
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Dirt Devil Gator 15.6V Cordless Bagless Handheld Vacuum, BD10125 + 4 DIRT DEVIL F4 FILTERS + Dirt Devil Filter, for Extreme Power Rechargeable Handheld Vacuum
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 5 x 6 inches ; 4.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B002FYYZ7I
  • Item model number: BD10125
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #171,004 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

The Gator Hand Vacuum takes innovation in dirt disposal to the next level-- while making cleaning easier and more convenient. Power , innovation, convenience and value define the new Gator series of hand vacuums. The Gator hand vacuum has a unique dirt cup that flips open for easy emptying. This saves the user the time and hassle of emptying a traditional two-piece hand vac dirt cup. Just press the dirt cup release buttons to flip open the lid to empty, close the lid, and go!


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Customer Reviews

It barely picks up anything.
SarahR3
Better than that, it is super-easy to empty the dirt-cup and clean the filter.
Mary Ann
Works well for about 5 minutes then the battery is dead and needs recharging.
Mimi

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

37 of 39 people found the following review helpful By M. O'Phelan on November 15, 2009
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Nice looking product. We bought four of them for our resort and restaurant. I picked this one because of the powerful battery voltage of 15.6V. But the battery life is terrible. Product works great for about 5-8 minutes then starts to give out.
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By KH,MD on January 8, 2010
For the price and proposed voltage it does little beyond what similar $19.95 models in other brands do. Doesn't suck up even piles of dirt unless they are directly (if then) under the suction rectangle. No 'tight corner' attachment makes this farely worthless.
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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful By theus VINE VOICE on October 15, 2012
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After decades using DustB*sters I became dissatisfied with their quality and purchased a Dirt Devil BD10045, which looks similar to the BD10125 Gator (this one), but hangs on the wall to recharge. I was delighted with the BD10045 and subsequently bought another. I still had a couple of DustB*sters to replace, so I was delighted when the BD10125 Gator appeared on Vine. Both the Dirt Devils are better than the other brand, but they are more different from each other than I'd expected. This review will compare the two Dirt Devil models. (My review of the BD10045 is online.)

POWER: The BD10045 seems considerably more powerful than the Gator. When I turn it on it jumps in my hand. The Gator is quieter and has less suction, but it is adequate for most purposes.

CONVENIENCE: The BD10045 attaches to a charging fixture that hangs on the wall, whereas the Gator is charged by the typical black box charger that plugs into an outlet. The wall fixture is fine in places like a basement or a garage, but it might look unattractive hanging in a bedroom or kitchen. The Gator, on the other hand, I have tucked away on a shelf in my living room where it is easily accessible but does not detract from the appearance of the room. That is a big advantage.

MISCELLANEOUS: Although the BD10045 is a great vac, the switch that turns it on is less obvious than a big button above the hand grip, the one that opens the unit to empty it. The first time my wife used that vacuum she pushed the big button and dumped a two week accumulation of refuse on the floor. I could hardly blame her, since I'd almost made the same mistake on a couple of occasions. Eventually I put a label - NO! - on the big button. The Gator does not have that problem, and it is easy to empty and/or clean the filter.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By 718tech VINE VOICE on November 13, 2012
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I have owned the Black & Decker CHV1510 Dustbuster 15.6-Volt Cordless Cyclonic Hand Vacuum (a direct competitor) for a little over a year. My wife suggested I get another hand-held vacuum for the kitchen, since we wanted to keep one that's used exclusively for food surfaces to keep things clean, so I was very happy to see the Dirt Devil BD10125 come up in Vine. On paper, the Dirt Devil and the Dustbuster are nearly identical, having similar power ratings and features like washable filters and an easy-to-empty dust bin. In practice, the Dirt Devil is a distant second to the Dustbuster. Though they have identical power ratings, the Dirt devil simply dosen't have the same suction power. Whether that's because of motor inefficiency or poor nozzle design I'm not sure but the Dustbuster is clearly superior at picking up debris. Additionally, the shape of the Dirt Devil, and in particular, the awkward extending nozzle, hinder getting it into tight places. The dustbuster's extendable nozzle is straight and rotatable, so you can get it into small spaces much more easily.

Another minor but annoying design difference is motor placement relative to the handle: THe Dirt Devil's exhaust blows directly on your hand, whereas the Dustbuster's design places the handle above and in front of the exhaust, so you don't get an irritating warm breeze blowing on you. This isn't a horrible fault, but an example of poor product design. Faced with the same challenge, the Dustbuster's designers came up with a much more elegant solution.
I still use the Dirt Devil - it does perform the basic tasks of a hand-held adequately, if not spectacularly. Its dust bin is easy to empty, and it is convenient to have a second vacuum for kitchen use. But considering that their prices are within a dollar of each other, the Dustbuster is a better choice.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By maxmasa31 VINE VOICE on May 14, 2013
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Well, I ordered this a few months back and wanted to give it some time before I wrote a review and the verdict is, the Dirt Devil Gator doesn't suck. And for a vacuum cleaner, that's not a good thing.

First off, like many other reviewers have pointed out, the battery life on this unit is pretty bad. Off a fresh charge, it has pretty decent sucking power, but things go downhill pretty fast. After less than 10 minutes, I notice that it starts to wind down. It still vacuums, but at a much lower power; almost to the point where it's barely sucking anything up. This might not be so bad, but considering that it can take up to 24 hours to get a full charge, 10 minutes of good use is pretty bad. Of course, to combat this, they recommend leaving it plugged in or at least fully charging it every month, but I'm not going to remember to charge it regularly and I'm not about to waste electricty leaving this plugged in when I'll only use it 1-2 times a month.

Next, on the matter of suction, I understand that this is a handheld vac, and off a fresh charge, it has some decent suction for its size. However, it seems to work poorly on carpeted or upholstered areas. For example, I tried using this while I shredded old documents, to help clean up any loose bits of shredded paper when I empty the shred bin. In my mind, it performed poorly, barely picking up 3/4ths of the stray pieces on the carpet (if that) and I wound up having to pull out my regular vacuum cleaner to get the rest, which totally defeated the purpose of having this around. I didn't make a big mess, either--it just wouldn't suck up any of the smaller pieces of paper.

Still, all's not lost. I like how easy it is to empty the dust bin and the extending nozzle helps get into crevices on sofas or car seats.
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