Summary: I bought this, hated it, so returned it. I eventually bought the Black and Decker CHV1510 and am very happy with it. My biggest issue with this is the fat nose which make it very hard to get into corners.
I'm usually very forgiving on most everything here, but...
8 January 2014
Summary: Yeah, like others here, the battery, with minimal use within a year, just decided not to charge anymore. The issue I have with this product (and perhaps the company) is the charging connector is built into a base and when charging problems occur, I'm unable to diagnose whether the charger or the...
Summary: This is a great little vacuum. It has very good suction. After 25 months of using it for about 5 minutes each day it now will only run for about 30 seconds then dies. That comes to about $2.00 a month or 50 cents a week, not bad. I read in another review that it has a 3 year warranty.
Summary: Relatively satisfied with the product while it worked (decent suction and charge), but for the motor to die after less than 60 days with perhaps 10 times used is just unacceptable. Now I must deal with the manufacturer to get some satisfaction out of this purchase.
Summary: I actually did a bit of research on handheld vacs and based on the other reviews decided to buy a Dirt Devil. I haven't had the best luck with upright Dirt Devils in the past so I was slightly skeptical, but this thing is awesome! The suction is amazing!
Summary: The device does what one would expect. It has a strong vac and I am very pleased with it in that regard. The charger has a difficult to remove prong, which inserts into the vac, and unfortunately, it is prone to breakage. Mine broke after 6 months.
Excerpt: Although I have an upright vacuum, I need a small, cordless handheld for certain tasks. I've owned a few different models/makes over the years, but before owning the Dirt Devil Accucharge, the mini-vacs would lose their charge after a few minutes, or even seconds of use.
Battery and wall mount are below Dirt Devil standards
14 January 2013
Summary: Think for a minute how many rechargeable devices you own. Now think how many newer devices still use the stone-age nicad battery system. Probably very few. Lithium Ion batteries have taken over most devices you can think of.