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    Evening all,

    Can anyone recommend a good portable car vacuum cleaner either battery or 12v?

    Just something to clean the mats and pick up the bits really.

    Cheers
    Aidi

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    iv got the older dyson hand held but only lasts about 6 min, the newer ones last about 10 i think,

    hope that helps

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    Yup, got a Dyson hand held. Very good but as said doesn't last very long think its about 15 minutes at best.

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    I wouldn't think any of the 12volt or portable ones are up to much - I have a DeWalt 18volt battery one and it's not very good - the best one I have for the car is one of the NuMatic Henry vacs, which I keep n the garage just for that job - it's mains but is a great bit of kit.

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    would be better sucking on a straw than use those cordless things, just my opinion!

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    Pretty much the answers i was expecting. I think ill stick to my trusty dustpan and brush

    Cheers

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