BLACK + DECKER CHV1410L 16V Cordless Lithium Hand Vac

August 1, 2017 - Comment

BLACK + DECKER CHV1410L 16 volt Lithium Cordless Dust Buster Hand Vac Ideal for Any Quick Pick Up Ideal for Quick Pick Up The sleek CHV1410L boasts lithium technology, strong suction and fade-free power. With a translucent bag less dirt bowl, the dirt is easy to see and empty. Ever ready, the hand vac can

+ 16 volt Dust Buster Vac Ideal for Any Quick Pick Up Ideal for Quick Pick Up The sleek CHV1410L boasts technology, strong suction and fade-free power. With a translucent bag less dirt bowl, the dirt is easy to see and empty. Ever ready, the hand vac can hold a charge for up to 18 months when off the charger, and is lightweight enough to tackle quick pick ups around the home. Smart Charge Technology High efficiency ion chargers help to protect your BLACK+ hand vac by automatically shutting off when the battery is charged, allowing you to conveniently store your BLACK+ hand vac on the charger while maintaining long run times, year after year. About Black + Since 1910, Black + has been setting the standard for innovation and design of power tools, accessories, outdoor yard care equipment, home cleaning products, automotive and lighting products, hardware and other home improvement products. The inventor of the first portable electric drill with pistol grip and trigger switch, Black + has evolved from a small machine shop in Baltimore, Maryland to a global manufacturing and marketing powerhouse with a broad line of quality products used in and around the home and for commercial applications. When users need to get work done, they trust Black + for the products that will do the job efficiently and reliably 16V MAX Lithium Ion Dust Buster 16V MAX Lithium Ion Dust buster This hand vac provides consumers with everything they need in a hand vac, plus long battery life, year after year. The CHV1410L features great power and suction for use on everything from carpet to ceramic tile to furniture and more. Cyclonic Action Cyclonic Action The cyclonic action spins dust and debris away from the filter keeping suction strong. It delivers powerful suction where users need it most. Crevice Tool and Brush

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RedSoxFan says:

luv luv luv it Awesome power. At first I did not like the fact that it could not be hung up on the wall with the charger plugging into it like my previous dustbusters. I didn’t have extra tabletop space to store it flat. But once I found a spot for it, it is nice to just rest it on its base and not deal with wires and decisions — to connect to charger or not. It just is always fully charged. I have not yet experienced it running out of power during a pickup session — altho I do tend to just use it for quickie pickups. I plan to push its limits in the future to see just how long it can run on a full charge. The fact that it is Lithium Ion is great that it should last longer and perform better than previous nicad batteries. After a few years, the old style dustbusters just don’t take a charge well.FYI, I used two fat J-shaped hooks mounted a few inches apart on the wall to create a platform for the vac. I’ll post a picture if I don’t see a similar pic.

Jaron McFall says:

Can I express my love for a vacuum Can I express my love for a vacuum? I shall!This vacuum is top notch! I use it daily! And by using it daily, I mean I carry it around when I’m bored and suck dust off of random crap. I was a sheltered child, we didn’t have portable vacuums. We had big clunky 200lb Hoover dam vacuums.It also scares the bejesus out of my dog, so there’s that. It’s like, miniaturize your worst fear. But leave all the potency. Like a bee with the venom of king cobra. I think that’s how my dog feels.I’ve attached a photo of my dog so you know which one to pray for in my boredom.

Trive says:

Dustbusters have come a long way I’ve owned some type of Dustbuster/handvac for the last twenty years and I don’t think I’ve ever ever had one that I didn’t hate. Too little suction power, not enough charge time, the suction nozzle is awkward to use, and the batteries are always dead after a couple minutes. I can keep them plugged into the wall all the time, but that kills the battery and wastes electricity. I have found it much more effective to just use the suction hose on my upright, even though that means lugging my vacuum around. So I decided to see what is new in handvac technology and if they have improved at all over the last ten years. Fortunately, I can say that they have. 

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