BLACK+DECKER PSV1800 18-Volt Cordless Pivoting Floor Vacuum Cleaner
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- Cordless 18-volt floor vacuum cleaner with exclusive pivoting action
- Motorized on/off brush roll; side-suction vents
- Cyclonic action for long-lasting suction power; 3-stage filter; bagless dirt canister
- Folds in half for compact charging and storage; charging stand included
- Measures approximately 10-4/5 by 7 by 52 inches; 2-year warranty
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With 18 Volts of power, the Black & Decker PSV1800 Pivot Floor Vac has the performance of a corded vac that allows it to tackle tough messes around the home. It's exclusive pivoting action provides easy reach when cleaning under furniture, and on/off motorized brush roll allows its use on carpets and hard surfaces while an innovative side suction system permits edge cleaning along baseboards and walls. Cyclonic action and 3-stage filtration system keeps the filter clean so suction power stays strong and air exhaust stays clean. The bagless dirt canister allows for easy, no-mess emptying. The PSV1800 folds in half for compact charging and storage. The PSV1800 is cordless and lightweight for grab and go convenience.
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|Item Dimensions||7 x 10.8 x 26 in||9.6 x 10.5 x 46 in||8 x 10.63 x 25 in||8 x 10.63 x 25 in|
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Top customer reviews
A good machine.
But the dirt removal is a problem. Like most quick clean vacuums, there is way too much hand-to-gunk contact. But unlike machines that have some version of a cup that you can empty, this machine needs to be folded, lifted and held over the trash bin. And the weight that made the machine feel solid, is now awkward and unbalanced and makes emptying the dirt an aggravation. For some of us, this is a problem, even with our Wheaties.
Maybe placing the machine into a plastic grocery bag that's on the floor and then opening the dust bin to empty, and then reaching my hand in to pull out the two filters for cleaning? Is that the answer?
I don't know. If somehow the ease of cleaning out the dirt from the Hoover Linx could be combined with the ease of actually using the B&D Pivoting Floor Vacuum ("pivoting" because it folds in half), I would be wild happy.
My duplex is all linoleum and I have 2 cats and 1 dog-an akita. As you can imagine, there is A LOT of pet hair that gets accumulated throughout the house.
I have now used this vacuum for over a week now, and have fallen in love with its ease of use, the amount of dirt and pet hair it picks up, and its long charge. It picks up pet hair with ease, and picks up a lot of dirt that I would not have been able to get with a broom alone. The user manual states that fully charged it can last as long as 16 minutes on hard floor without the brush. However, I have found it lasts a good 20 + minutes. In fact, I have yet to not vacuum my entire duplex (1000 sq feet) with it loosing it's charge!
I noticed several reviews on this product stating how heavy it is to lift over the trash can and what a pain it is. I am 8 1/2 months pregnant and am able to lift the vacuum over our kitchen-sized trash can with ease. Is it a little bulky? Sure, but it picks up so much dirt and pet hair that it is worth me lifting it over the trash can. After every use I have removed the filter as well to brush it out to get even more dust out.
The only thing negative I can say about this is the fact that when I received it in the mail, it took 24 hours to fully charge up- however you are going to find that with anything like that- when you get a new cell phone is a prime example.
If you are on the fence about purchasing this, I can tell you first hand it is a worthwhile purchase. My husband was doubtful that we really "needed" this, after all- we have a full size vacuum cleaner. However given the fact that I am pregnant, I needed something lighter and more portable. This is great for a quick cleaning or if you just need to clean one room of your house. I am cleaning my whole house with it now and it is working great!
Review: This is a great little vacuum. I've only had it for a few weeks so I can't really speak to it's longevity but it suits my needs. I live in a townhouse with a lot of wood floors and rugs and it's cut my cleaning time to 1/3. No more dragging out the broom and dust pan and then dragging the vacuum cleaner up 3 levels. This little vac is portable, cordless and easy to use.
Only 2 cons that come to mind:
1. Emptying out the container can get a little messy. I find that even shaking it over trash can doesn't get everything out so you have to get your fingers a little bit dirty when you're pulling out the filter and what not, but once they are out, the filters is very easy to clean (a little soap and water and let dry).
2. Reading the directions it makes it seem like the charge on the stick vac is only good for 20-30 minutes so if you have a big house then you might want to keep that in mind. I was able to do 2 levels in my townhouse in less than 20 minutes and the charge still seemed strong.
Anyway, it works for me but I can see why it wouldn't be great for every household.