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Black + Decker Chv1410l 16 Volt Lithium Cordless Dust Buster Hand Vac by Black + Decker

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Numéro de modèleCHV1410L
Poids de l'article1,7 Kg
Dimensions du produit (L x l x h)43,8 x 14 x 19,7 cm
Capacité0.20 gallons_per_day
Puissance23.00
Voltage 16 Volts
  
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Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon 1.087.955 en Cuisine & Maison (Voir les 100 premiers)
Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr11 décembre 2015
  
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 luv luv luv it 7 décembre 2013
Par RedSoxFan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Awesome power. At first I did not like the fact that it could not be hung up on the wall with the charger plugging into it like my previous dustbusters. I didn't have extra tabletop space to store it flat. But once I found a spot for it, it is nice to just rest it on its base and not deal with wires and decisions -- to connect to charger or not. It just is always fully charged. I have not yet experienced it running out of power during a pickup session -- altho I do tend to just use it for quickie pickups. I plan to push its limits in the future to see just how long it can run on a full charge. The fact that it is Lithium Ion is great that it should last longer and perform better than previous nicad batteries. After a few years, the old style dustbusters just don't take a charge well.

FYI, I used two fat J-shaped hooks mounted a few inches apart on the wall to create a platform for the vac. I'll post a picture if I don't see a similar pic.
2.825 internautes sur 2.909 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Dustbusters have come a long way 24 janvier 2012
Par Trive - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I've owned some type of Dustbuster/handvac for the last twenty years and I don't think I've ever ever had one that I didn't hate. Too little suction power, not enough charge time, the suction nozzle is awkward to use, and the batteries are always dead after a couple minutes. I can keep them plugged into the wall all the time, but that kills the battery and wastes electricity. I have found it much more effective to just use the suction hose on my upright, even though that means lugging my vacuum around. So I decided to see what is new in handvac technology and if they have improved at all over the last ten years. Fortunately, I can say that they have.

The Black and Decker 14.4v Lithium Ion DustBuster is the same handvac as the Black & Decker CHV1410 Dustbuster 14.4-Volt Cordless Cyclonic Hand Vac except it contains a Lithium-Ion (LIB) battery, whereas the standard CHV1410 contains a nickel-cadmium (Ni-Cd) battery. If you're trying to decide between the two devices, I would recommend this Lithium-Ion model due to the advantages of the battery:

1. Higher energy density - this means that the LIB battery can hold more energy per volume. In this case the CHV1410L holds about twice the amount of energy as the CHV1410.
2. Greater power density - this refers to bursts of power the battery is capable. It works well when combined with the higher energy density mentioned above.
3. No memory effect - this is something you might have noticed with a Ni-Cd battery. These batteries work best when you fully discharge the battery and then recharge it. With a Dustbuster, you're almost never going to do this. You'll use it for a few minutes then put it back on the mount to charge. This can sometimes product a memory effect, where the cadmium inside the battery forms crystals and the battery will hold less of a charge. A LIB battery does not experience a memory effect.
4. Non-toxic - Ni-Cd batteries are toxic and classified as hazardous. LiB aren't, so disposal is much better for the environment.

LiB do have a couple small disadvantages, but in this application and with the frequent recharging the Dustbuster will see, I feel that it is definitely the right choice. Not to mention the toxicity factor alone makes me feel better about using this type of battery.

USE AND OPERATION - I evaluated both the CHV1410L and the standard CHV1410 at the same time to see what the real difference was between the devices and how the battery affected them. The main thing I like about the CHV1410L does have to do with the battery. It will supposedly hold a charge for up to 18 months. I can't confirm if this is true, but the first time I had it, I gave it a full charge and then removed it from the power source and let it sit uncharged for 30 days. When I tried it out, it seemed to be completely charged and worked great. With my previous Dustbuster, it would have been dead after two days. I did the same 30 day test with the CHV1410. Although it did still have a powerful charge in it and seemed to work fine, I did notice it was less powerful than the CHV1410L. I tested this by putting two small Styrofoam balls in front of the Dustbusters at a specific distance, and then gradually moved the Dustbusters closer to the peanuts until they sucked them up. In repeated tests, the CHV1410L grabbed the ball slightly before the CHV1410, demonstrating more power. For the remainder of my use and testing, the two units performed the same.

The main thing I noticed about using the Dustbuster is how powerful it is. I was not expecting much out of it, but it performed almost as well as my upright. It has a narrow opening on the front of it to concentrate more of the power. That little green piece on the end pulls out and extends the dustbuster so you can get in hard to reach places. This worked great for cobwebs and getting dust from under furniture like sofas and dressers. The crevice tool also has a small brush attached to it. I tried it out on a sofa covered in dog hair, but did not find that the brush helped much at all. It was just as easy to use it without the brush. The only way I see that the brush might be handy is for my ceiling fans, which allows me to press down on the crevice tool without pressing into the blade. Otherwise it's not very useful.

CLEANING - The CHV1410L is very easy to clean. It's bagless, and uses a plastic filter. You just press in the tabs and it unlocks and you can shake it out into a trash can. One problem I did have with it is that dog hair seemed to collect in the filter holes and I had to pull these out by hand. But I've used a lot of bagless vacuums like this with these types of filters and I would say this is one of the easier ones to clean.

Overall, I'm very happy with the CHV1410L and plan to use it for almost everything I was using my upright for, which will save me a lot of time not having to drag it out of the closet and plug it in. The only real negative I have with it is that it's fairly loud, which I guess is to be expected for something so powerful.

UPDATE December 2013 - It's been almost two years and the battery on this Dust Buster is still going strong. I use it maybe twice a week for a total of about 30 minutes.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Can I express my love for a vacuum 7 décembre 2015
Par Jaron McFall - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Can I express my love for a vacuum? I shall!

This vacuum is top notch! I use it daily! And by using it daily, I mean I carry it around when I'm bored and suck dust off of random crap. I was a sheltered child, we didn't have portable vacuums. We had big clunky 200lb Hoover dam vacuums.

It also scares the bejesus out of my dog, so there's that. It's like, miniaturize your worst fear. But leave all the potency. Like a bee with the venom of king cobra. I think that's how my dog feels.I've attached a photo of my dog so you know which one to pray for in my boredom.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 B&D CHV1410L 16 volt does not disappoint 15 octobre 2015
Par Michelle - Publié sur Amazon.com
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(Purchased in August 2015)
It's been 10 years since I last had bought a B&D and I am not disappointed with this design and functionality. There was a $10 off manufacturer's rebate and I got this for $40 which I think was a great deal.

I've only used this device to clean the inside of my car. This handheld vacuum has strong power to pickup dirt, small leaves, and cereal crumbs. The crevice tool helps to get to the side areas that I can't reach with just the front nozzle. The brush is attached to the machine for easy no fuss storage and the bristles are short and sturdy to brush out the lint from the car carpets. However, I don't suggest to use this B&D in your home on thick long fibered carpets. Use a heavy duty vacuum for larger cleanups. A great buy and would definitely recommend to purchase for students who dorm.

Battery life is long enough lasting about 1 1/2 - 2 hours. When charging, there is a illuminated blue light at the base which tells you when the charge is full. Approximate length to charge (1-1/2 hours). Otherwise, (Blinking light=charging, Solid light=charged up).

Attached is a photo of the filter disassembled. The gray cylinder domed cup twist off to reveal the filter underneath. Not sure whether there is a replacement filter that consumers can buy when the filter gets too grimy to clean, but so far, it's just a rinse with some effort to clean any small hairs or debris.

Noise level is a notch lower than a regular heavy duty vacuum, but it shows the strength of the unit. Time will tell how long the mechanics will keep going. I would say clean the filter often so the airflow is good and does not overwork the mechanism.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 This is pretty powerful for such an inexpensive product 23 janvier 2016
Par L. Brocklesby - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is pretty powerful for such an inexpensive product, which happened to be on a flash deal the day I decided to purchase it after having it sit in my cart for a few weeks. The filter has gunked up pretty quickly, and the nozzle portion is accumulating some pretty nasty looking residue even after cleaning it. The bristles on the brush have also frayed quite quickly, but the brush is still great for cleaning baseboards of dust quickly. If you choose to rinse out the components, but sure it is bone dry before using again or else you'll have a gunk filled canister.

As for the charge, it holds for quite a while and doesn't take long to charge. We took it on a road trip to keep our new car clean along the way with a dog, and it held up pretty well, never ran out of charge. The charging light is EXTREMELY bright, though. Enough to serve as a night light.
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