Summary: love love love Dyson, very light to hold with one hand, and so handy for those little jobs where I really don't want to pull out the other dyson vacuum cleaner! also there are hard to reach places like the window sills and blinds where a little versatile suction beast like this one really helps.
Summary: After recently purchased a Dyson floor model and being extremely pleased with it, and our Black and Decker hand held unit going on the fritz, we decided on this unit. I find it not worth the extra cost over a B&D. It did not pick up any better. After use, the motor is extremely warm.
Summary: Giving it a 4 outta 5 for 2 reasons. The first being it takes about 3 hours to charge vs the 1 hour claim you can find around the internet. The second being max power setting. To get the really small stuff in your car in the tight corners, you will need the max power setting.
Summary: I couldn't justify the full price no matter how good this portable handheld vacuum was. I just don't use handhelds that often. I had the black and decker lithium which was pricey enough. Well it finally went on sale about 30% off the normal price so I pulled the trigger.
Summary: I've had this for a couple weeks and I love it. I live in a townhome and keep this plugged in/charged near the stairway to the second floor. That way it's easy to grab and use. I used it last week to vacuum my bedroom window screens.
Defective. Hopefully a one time happening. Awaiting replacement.
MARK RICHMAN, Amazon
13 June 2015
Summary: I wanted to like this because I like battery operated gear. I originally ordered the Oreck shoulder strap vacuum and it's great but it has that pesky cord. I kept that for other things and ordered the V6 (got the DC58).
Summary: I've always wanted one of these. Every year, consumer reports puts these at the top of their handhelds and their canister vacs as having far more suction than competitors. So I got one. Charged it up and was appalled.