|Item Weight||30.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||21.5 x 17.2 x 17 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||04/13/27094|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1+2 Year warranty|
Fein 9-20-24 Turbo I 6-Gallon Wet/Dry Vacuum with Auto-Start
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- Durable, compact, and quiet, producing an average of 60 dB (A) noise level at 3.5-feet and includes electronic variable suction control with LED indicator
- The new Fein dust extractors are designed for heavy, continuous, industrial use
- The improved design has an optimized shape and 6 wheels instead of 4 to reduce tipping
- Auto start for dust extraction; 19-amp switch on vac allows you to plug in your router, miter saw, and portable table saw
- The box contains: Shop vac 9-20-24, 16' hose, 1 round bristle brush and 1 crevice tool.
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Why would anyone pay Fein this much for a shop vacuum? Two reasons: quiet operation and the onboard power outlet that turns on the vacuum when you turn on a power tool plugged into the outlet.
Quieter operation may not seem important until you hear the difference. As another reviewer says, a big old Sears shop vacuum sounds like the deck of an aircraft carrier during takeoff operations. You need hearing protection if you're going to run it for more than a minute or two. The Fein sounds like quiet household vacuum, but it has enough suction and capacity for a workshop. The advantage of the auxiliary power outlet is obvious if you use a vacuum to extract dust when you're using a sander or a miter saw. The vacuum turns on just when you need it and shuts off on its own when you turn off the power tool.Read more ›
And to find out why you pay $400 for a shop vac, all you need to do is turn it on. It's incredibly quiet, will not tip over and will suck a rock through a straw. Okay, I get it.
One thing I don't understand is the hose. I assume Fein did some field surveys, and that was the preferred length, but it's way too long for me. Why didn't they split it in two, put a joint in the middle? Seems like an obvious feature they could have added. Anyway, I'm using the hose from the burnt out jobby, and the Fein anaconda sleeps on a hook.
Now the bad, after about six weeks it quit. I called Fein repair and was told to send it back. They made me send it back at my expense. After having to go buy a box and paying UPS I was out pushing $30. SEVEN weeks later they sent it back. I unpacked it turned it on, NOTHING. Called the "friendly" folks at Fein. I was told to send it back again, they did offer me a call tag this time. I explained that this was a professional shop and I could no longer live without a shop vac. They offered me no guarantee on how long it would take. I asked to speak to a supervisor, he transferred me and I got voice mail. It has been two days and I am still waiting for a call. The original guy will not call me back either.
If you buy, hope you get a good one. I am going to Festool myself
Listed below are the necessary connectors to use the Fein Turbo Vac I hose with the Fein Multimaster; to use the Fein I hose with Shop Vac 2.5" accessories; and with Dyson accessories. As I noted in my review of the Fein Multimaster, the Multimaster dust extractor doesn't even connect to their own Fein Turbo Vac I hose end without some type of modification. The Multimaster dust extractor comes with two connectors, small and large, referenced below. Neither of these work directly on the Fein hose, and if you use some soft plastic sleeves under the connectors, it will be difficult to get the connector on and and off the hose very many times. What is needed, and what Fein should have provided, are connectors that enable the Fein hose to be easily connected and disconnected from the their own Multimaster as well as other US and European accessories. Fein does make a rubber stepped adapter that works with a variety of other connections and accessories, but it is less rigid or has to be cut down compared to the below. NOTE that all connections mentioned below are using the Fein hose that comes with the Fein Turbo Vac I. If the Fein II or III come with larger hoses, then the below may not apply, as I own and have only tested with the Fein Turbo Vac I hose.
(1) CONNECTORS -
Fein Turbo Vac I to Fein Multimaster dust extractor: The Vac connects to the Bosch VAC003 which connects to the smallest connector on the Multimaster dust extractor. Buy a Bosch VAC003.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Has sufficient suction, a very long hose (handy), relatively quiet, and easily moved. I wished the cord would wrap around the unit for storage more easily. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Charles Loeck
As I so often do, I purchased this product because I believed the reputation of the manufacturer (and the corresponding price tag) might indicate years of trouble-free use. Read morePublished 4 months ago by P. Bunt
Very disappointed in the new model. I ordered the large filter to fit into the canister to eliminate using the disposable bags they do not securely fit so the dirt and dust are not... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Lori Anderson
I have had this vacuum for a few years now. I use it exclusively as a vacuum hold-down clamping on a cnc. Read morePublished 9 months ago by RGH
love my fein vacuum. especially the fact that it's pretty darn quiet for a shop vac. not breathing fine dust is a plus too. Read morePublished 12 months ago by the leftoverking
My old Fein vacuum died after 15 years of heavy use. I bought this one because the Festool was too expensive and this seemed like a good alternative. Read morePublished 13 months ago by stephen j andersen
I love this product. It's very expensive, but it works really, really well. Not a speck of dust escapes. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Fly By Night