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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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- 15.6 Volts
- Bagless Design
- Lightweight - Easy to Carry
- Charging time - 24 hours
- 3 Year Limited Warranty
Dirt Devil Gator 15.6V Cordless Bagless Handheld Vacuum
Powerful suction for your quick clean up needs.
The Gator series hand vacs feature a flip open dirt cup for easy emptying. Dump the dirt without getting your hands messy. A sleek, balanced design with a clear dirt cup makes Gator vacs perfect for large and small jobs.
Built-In Crevice Tool
Tackle any surface, crack or crevice.
Gator Easy Opening Dirt Cup
Get a hassle-free clean up without getting your hands dirty.
Reusable Quick-Rinse Filter
Don’t bust your budget on expensive replacement filters.
|Title||Gator 10.8V cordless bagless handheld vacuum||Gator 15.6V cordless bagless handheld vacuum||Gator 15.6V cordless bagless handheld vacuum with brushroll||Gator 18V cordless bagless handheld vacuum|
|Battery Volts||10.8 Volts||15.6 Volts||15.6 Volts||18 Volts|
|Gator Style Dirt Cup||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Charging Time||24 Hours||24 Hours||24 Hours||12 Hours|
|Included Accessories||Built-In crevice tool & charger||Built-In crevice tool & charger||Built-In crevice tool & charger||Built-In crevice tool, power brushroll & charger|
|Energy Star Rating||✓|
|Weight||2.75 lbs||3.25 lbs||3.85 lbs||4 lbs|
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|Color||Red||Blue/White||Red||frosted silver, white|
|Warranty Description||3-Year Limited Warranty||2 year limited warranty||3-Year Limited Warranty||Information not provided|
|Dimensions||6 inches x 15 inches x 5 inches||7.75 inches x 17.25 inches x 5.5 inches||7 inches x 5 inches x 8 inches||5.19 inches x 16.63 inches x 4.88 inches|
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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.
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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Does this thing even work? No, it doesn't. More like Dirt Bastard. Not a Jon Snow type bastard, more like Ramsay Bolton bastard. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jamal Qutub
The Dirt Devil Gator has poor suction given its price and 15.6V battery voltage. The front opening is too small to pick up dead Florida roaches. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Avg User
I purchased this a little over a year ago. The battery is completely dead. I purchased another one for another location a little over a year ago and the battery is very weak. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jim Lynch
Sorry to have to say, total waste of money. Charger box empty! Hooked up to another charger...vacuum holds charge less than 1 minute.Published 2 months ago by bingles
Needs a mounting bracket. You have to plug and unplug the charger to it. My other dust buster has a mounting bracket with the power supply already attached to.Published 3 months ago by Douglas
Dirt Devil Gator 15.6V Cordless Bagless Handheld Vacuum, BD10125https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002FYYZ7I/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_0
I bought the dirtdevil almost 2 years... Read more
Returned my first one because of battery life and suction. Specifically said I don't want a replacement if it has the same issues, was ensured my new one would have the battery... Read morePublished 4 months ago by remington