An electrically powered mechanical equipment for the dry cleanup of dust and free dirt from rugs, fabrics, and surfaces. Portable vacuum cleaners are broadly used in home and industrial cleaning of surfaces that can’t be wiped or brushed, such as carpets, upholstery, tapestry, or relatively contoured surfaces. The Black and Decker Dustbuster Pivot Vacuum cleaners are used for cleansing the internal of passenger cars. Large industrial tank cleaners are used in cleansing shops. Power saws might also be equipped with vacuum cleaners which collect sawdust as it is made. Schools and workplaces have structures of centrally positioned dirt collectors and followers for creating vacuum; pipes lead to room outlets at which cleaning home appliances are attached.
Black and Decker has launched various new-and-improved handheld Dustbuster vacuums, aimed at making cleaning fun and a lot easier. But just how right are they at clearing up our day to day mess?
The new Black and Decker Pivot and Flexi handheld vacuums come with lithium-ion batteries, designed to extend run time and decrease charging time. They are on sale in a number of shops which includes Tesco, Argos, B&Q and Amazon. To see how they form up to different vacuums from the likes of Dyson and Gtech, we put the Black and Deckers via a raft of challenging cleaning tests.
The Black and Decker Pivot vacuum cleaner
The last time we took a look at the Pivot Dustbuster handheld vacuum cleaner, our researcher ended up covered in dirt due to a design flaw with the nozzle. Take a look at our first review to see whether Black and Decker has fixed this flaw in this redesigned version. The Pivot PV1820L charges £99.99, it comes with an 18V lithium-ion battery and has an modern rotating nozzle designed to make fiddly jobs much easier.
You can purchase the new Flexi handheld vacuum with a range of attachments, this includes a full-length floor extension that is designed to give it the functionality of a full-sized machine.