Sometimes I have to go on a killing spree with my fly swatter, and then I'm stuck with all the dead bodies. Which is why I wanted a dustbuster.
I figured that would be an easy and efficient way to get rid of the evidence. After doing some research on the internet on different dustbuster models, I settled on a Black&Decker dustbuster.
Black&Decker dustbuster 7.2VMy dustbuster: The Black&Decker DV 7210n-QW perks
- It comes with a see through dustbowl so you can see how much you've cleaned up.
- It can go for about 10 minutes, before the battery runs out.
- It has cyclonic action
- The dustbowl can contain 610 ml of dust and dead flies.
- You can only use it on dry dirst
- Before you start using it you have to charge it for 24 hours
- It comes with a dust collector which you can put on, or take off as needed
|Dustbuster out of the box|
Dustbuster: put to useI ordered my dustbuster on the internet. When it arrived I was a bit taken aback by its size. It's quite big. Then I started reading the manual. I hate manuals! They're boring and you can never find what you need to know. This one lived up to its bad reputation.
But in the end I figured out I had to charge my dustbuster for 24 hours before I could use it.
After waiting impatiently for 24 hours I coulld finally start my clean up in our kitchen. It worked fine, but my eldest daughter said it made a lot of noise. And I thought it felt quite heavy! The accu of this dustbuster can go for 10 minutes, but I don't think my arm can last that long. This dustbuster could use some muscle!
Summing upThe Black&Decker dustbuster does what I bought it for. It helps me get rid of dead flies and stuff. However I think it's quite heavy to handle. I had expected it to be much lighter.
I bought it for 68 bucks, and I'm pleased with it. I can't tell you yet how this dustbuster will perform in the long run, as I've only had it for a few days.
But I'll keep you informed!
Do you have a dustbuster?
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