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Black and Decker Dustbuster Flexi Auto Vac is compact yet mighty and gets to hard to reach places.
 
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4 / 5
Good purchase
Posted01 March 2011
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ryan24
fromLondon, Englan
Age Group: 35 - 44
Gender: Female
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Good quality and great tools/hose to get in those hard to reach areas,
I recommend this product!
I like:could do with a bit more suction
+3points
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Black and Decker Dustbuster Flexi Auto Vac is compact yet mighty and gets to hard to reach places.
 

Which of your car vacuums run off the mains please, as opposed to the car cigarette lighter?

I'm a women, and after about 10 mins of vacuuming my car out with a hand held cigarette lighter device my arm aches from having to keep the button pressed down. This obviously wouldn't happen with a mains operated vacuum, but I don't understand what 12V etc means.
Get a vacum cleaner with a switch rather than a press button. 12v means the power supply that is needed to run the item. you can use a voltage exchanger to change from 240v to12v if desired.
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