|Item Weight||22.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||18.1 x 18.1 x 23 inches|
|Item model number||9601000|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Shop-Vac 9601000 10-Gallon 3.5-Peak HP Pump Wet/Dry Vacuum
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- Accessories included: 6-Foot x 2 1/2-Inch LockOn hose, (2) 2.5-Inch extension wands, 8-Inch utility nozzle, elbow grip, tool holder, hose holder, foam sleeve, cartridge filter
- 3-Year warranty
- 12-Foot power cord
- Built in water pump
- Extra large tank drain
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We've used it in the workshop and again late last year when another water problem reared its ugly head! We were getting our hot water heater preventatively replaced and what happens? After turning off the water to the house, why the relief valve just broke off spewing 50 gallons of water all over my basement (DURING A FULL KITCHEN REMODEL NO LESS!). At least it was the unfinished basement side, but it still got some carpet tile wet and risked getting some new drywall wet. I used this vac with the "C" shaped crevice tool and it made an airtight seal against the cement and sucked up everything! What a great tool!
Advice: Read the manual. We usually do but were in a rush with all these water incidents. Be sure to take off the filter when sucking water, it will ruin it. I just bought a new filter off Amazon for $10-11. And one other thing, beware the clips when trying to remove the lid. I pinched myself and had a blood blister for weeks.
It is very big. I wasn't expecting it to be this big. It looks like a Volkswagen beatle. Lol. Not really but look at its measurements and you'll see it's not a vac that'll be used all around the house and garage.
don't get me wrong, I love it and wouldn't change much except it's size and maybe suction power. I was just hoping it'd suck a lot more than my 2hp shop vac. But this item is in no way a bad product.
So what's up with the power button no longer staying on when I press it in? This is the second Shop Vac I've had this issue with. Is it a brand issue? Do they just make really horrid power units? I mean, I have to now press and hold the button in to use it. So the amazaingness of the other features becomes very useless when I can't use the hose by itself without one hand on the power button.
Yes, I'll rig some form of heavy weight system to hold the button down, but the unit should function as advertised. Clearly, some units are faulty which is a testament to the brand.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
VACUUM WORKS FINE
THE PUMP SUCKS IT SHUTS OFF WHEN VACUUM FILLS UP AND YOU HAVE TO EMPTY IT THE SAME AS USING IT AS A WET VAC
I tested this with water and it performed exactly as described. Very happy with my purchase, highly recommend this shop vac especially if you have to pick up water!Published on July 11, 2013 by Bella
Love it! The Shop Vac has help me to nicely clean my garage that I have been re-arranging this summer.Published on July 7, 2013 by LGH
lo recomiendo 100 % me gusto porque hace el trabajo que requeria, retiar agua depositada y recoge el polvo muy bienPublished on December 28, 2012 by miguel medina
Bought this item exclusively for vacuuming out the bottom of a 5 foot deep Koi fish pond. MUCH less expensive and better constructed than ones at speciality fish pond supply... Read morePublished on December 14, 2012 by ononegwud
A shop vac with a pump is definitely the answer to cleaning out my hot tub. This vac makes a tedious job a simple and much faster task. Read morePublished on September 25, 2012 by Margie A. Warren