"I love this Vac does the job brilliantly, Will suck rubbish up all day long. The only draw backs, you need to use a bag when vacuuming dusty rubble as filter clogs very quickly, the hose is a bit flimsy and there is no were to store the tools, but overall it Brill."
"powerful enough for most application including inside of cars, sawdust etc. some reports suggest it gets blocked easily: they all do if you sucK up rubble, but this is very good and effective for the money: expensive ones are no better - I now have two of them, one here and one in my French workshop . The first cost me £45, but at £65 its good! essential with routers etc , not up to planner/thicknesser applications, for which you need a special m/c"
"I've only had it a few weeks, seems OK, it sucks well. Tools and filters included, however there is no where to store them and the hose doesn't look like it will last too long, but at £40 odd quid I don't suppose it matters."
"Bought to replace Earlex wet and dry (had 2 over the years one replacing the other) as Screwfix no longer stock Earlex I went for the Titan 20L instead. Simple to put together (i.e. put the castor feet on, outlet etc)
Plus points: Very good value. currently at around £45. Powerful suction and very effective filtering means clean rooms. Good stable product - does not fall over easily. Stainless steel drum. Decent length lead. Good carry handle Noise not too bad!
Minus points Hose is not great quality and can kink easily - I have kept my old Earlex hose which appears more durable . It uses bags ('filter bags') which means an on-going cost to use it, unlike the Earlex.(Although the bags are what gives it finer filtering for plaster dust etc.) Quite easy (and annoying) to get a static shock from vacuuming then touching the stainless steel drum. This is referenced in the instructions!"
"This was bought , prompted by a mail from Screwfix, to clean the garage/workshop mainly from saw dust generated by carpentry. It has a powerful suction, and can be attached to a circular saw to minimise the amount of dust generated. The attachment for use on the carpet is poor and does not move easily over the carpet and has been replaced with an attachemnt from old model. Like all filter models, the filter has to be cleaned regulary which is a pain, but compared to the cost of a filter free Dyson, it is fine. Easy to empty and straight forward to assemble. Not tried the wet vacuum."
"Found this a very usefull machine performed well. First use was to remove water and rubbish from a small fountain worked reall well made the job easy. Then cleaned my shed and used a a normal vacuum picked up small nails I'd dropped. Glad I purchased it"
"Ordered on the strength of other well-rated reviews and delivery was very quick. Simple to assemble (only necessary though to fix 3 of the 4 castors to the base to keep it stable.) Used it for vacuuming up brick dust and plaster which it did brilliantly! Tone changes when the bag needs emptying. This is easy and the bag can be re-used, within reason - check the filter isn't getting clogged up though. It has a really long hose and the extra attachments included (a sturdy upholstery brush, crevice nozzle and surface nozzle) are very handy. Also has blow function and foam sleeve for use in wet situations - not tried yet. Only disappointments :- very small and fiddly on/off switch and very short extension wand - both of which seem designed for midgets!! On the whole though, for fifty quid, you can't go wrong. Would recommend."
"Bought this the week before they discounted it so even less impressed. Suction is great, have to say but pipe gets blocked very easily with some materials such as wood shavings. Hose pipe is very thin walled and creases easily if you are not careful. There is no design feature on the machine body to help with coiling neither the hose or the lead. The lead appears two be a PVC type insulation which is very stiff and hasn't yet lost the "set" of being packaged. The carpet cleaning head is comical (but not funny), it is pivoted in the middle so just wants to dig in and "roll" whether you are pushing or pulling, it is useless. So overall impression? Designed, tested and approved entirely without any practical considerations beyond it has to provide impressive suction......which it does. Henry would roll in his grave."
"You have to clip the wheels on this model your self and the brackets are so poorly designed/manufactured that they tend to split when you do this. Certainly that happened to me - the minimum force necessary to clip on one of the brackets was enough to split it. So back it went without further ado. Never got the chance to test its cleaning capabilities."
"I never feel compelled to write a review on products, but am very disappointed with this, even when I had low expectations for the price. Ordered for Saturday delivery as required urgently. Other than the metal drum the build quality is cheap and badly designed. 4 legs were missing their screws and washers to fix as per instructions but found my own that matched the size etc. The only plus is the motor is powerful, but the diameter of the pipe and fittings means that even a small debris (wood shavings less than 15mm long) block the pipe. Completely useless for what I needed it for - clearing up after some internal carpentry work as its getting blocked all the time. The button on the top is small, and already with careful handling one of the wheels has broken as the plastic clip that fixes it to the base drum has cracked along its join (nothing to do with the screws). May have been inexpensive but I at least expected it to manage a few weeks of clearing up. Not the quality of product I would have expected screwfix to sell. May be more fool me for not sending it back when it was missing its screws, but screwfix should give clearer information about these products - i.e. the suction pipe diameter etc as this product is not suitable for most jobs that screwfix customers are likely to want it to do."