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We’ve got a great big shop vaccuum that we use for all sorts of cleanup work, but from time to time we’ve thought about how nice it’d be if we didn’t have to go through the job of dragging it out, cleaning it up, and re-storing it when we only managed to make a little mess.  Shop-Vac’s small version looks like it might be a great solution, and the fact that you can hang it up to get it out of the way is a big plus.  We’re about out of free floor and shelf space.

This is a little 1-gallon wet/dry vac with a 4′ hose.  It makes 1 Peak HP, which means it’s not going to be as effective as the “big boy,” but still — can you hang the big one on a peg?

It ships with a gulper nozzle, crevice tool, and hose holder, and it also comes with a wall-mounting bracket and accessory holder.  Street pricing starts around $25.

Hang-Up Mini Wet/Dry Vac [Shop-Vac]
Street Pricing [Froogle]

 

One Response to Finds: Shop-Vac’s Hang-Up Mini

  1. Myself says:

    I’d take the DeWalt DC500 any day. It’s got similar capabilities and accessories (though no mention of motor power), it’ll hang on your wall if you’re so inclined, and oh yeah: If you’re not near an outlet, it’ll run from a cordless battery pack too.

    Isn’t that what portability is all about?

    Trouble is, DeWalt looks like the only big name making decent cordless vacuums. Everyone else’s offerings are little Dustbuster-style junk. Haven’t we all used enough of those to know better?

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