Makita BCL180Z 18V LXT Cordless Vacuum Cleaner

Makita BCL180Z 18V LXT Cordless Vacuum Cleaner

Makita BCL180Z 18V LXT Cordless Vacuum Cleaner

  • Brand :- MAKITA
  • Product code :- BCL180Z
  • Voltage : 18 volts
  • Max air flow: 1.3m3/min
  • Capacity: 0.65 litre

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MAKITA

MAKITA 18V Li-Ion Cordless Vacuum Cleaner

MAKITA BCL180Z 18V Li-Ion Cordless Vacuum Cleaner (Body Only)

– For general dust removal
– Pick up powder and dust without nozzle.

MAKITA BCL180Z 18V Li-Ion Cordless Vacuum Cleaner (Body Only) Comes With :-

– Nozzle
– Straight pipe
– Sash nozzle

MAKITA BCL180Z 18V Li-Ion Cordless Vacuum Cleaner (Body Only) Specification :-

– Voltage : 18 volts
– Max air flow: 1.3m3/min
– Max sealed suction: 3.6kPa
– Capacity: 0.65 litre
– Charging Time: Approx 22 minutes
– Net weight: 1.2kg

Without Battery And Charger

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£49.50 - £192.09

Last 3 reviews on Makita BCL180Z 18V LXT Cordless Vacuum Cleaner

  1. 23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Pretty nifty, 21 Feb 2012
    By 
    Whn1

    This review is from: Makita BCL180Z 18V LXT Cordless Vacuum Cleaner (Kitchen & Home)
    I pretty much have the entire makita range, I have a hospital contract as a plumber/heating engineer so obviously site has to be kept spotless at all times so I bought this little beauty!

    It looks sleek, feels nice and well built as you would expect,

    The thing that majorly lets this down is the filters, they get clogged way too easy and therefore the vacuum loses all suction, I haven’t even filled the Hoover a quarter before it get clogged! You’re basically forever shaking the filters out…

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  2. 14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The answer for hard floors, 13 Jun 2012
    By 
    Maryon Jeane “maryonjeane” (Shropshire) –
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    The Makita vacuum makes cleaning hard floors a real doddle.

    If you have a sudden spill, or you’re cleaning out a cupboard, you can get to just where you need with the minimum of fuss with the Makita, even if you’re far from a power supply. I’m all in favour of ‘grab and go’ things as you can then get the housework done in between doing other things, and as and when it’s needed. Nothing could be more ‘grab and go’ than the Makita because it’s battery and not corded, because it only takes about quarter of an hour to charge, and because its crevice tool is attached.

    The Makita is easy to empty and the cloth filter is washable and replaceable. The battery is interchangeable with other tools, which makes this a cheap piece of kit in the long run.

    The only two drawbacks are firstly that it’s easy, until you get used to it, to unscrew the housing of the vacuum by mistake when you are turning an attachment to remove it – and if you do all your vacuumed dust will be promptly deposited at your feet. Secondly, there is also no permanent ‘on’ button – you have to keep holding the button down while you’re vacuuming. This latter problem is only a consideration if you are intending to use the vacuum for large floors all in one go (and most of us don’t do this, we actually stop-and-start while vacuuming because we stop to move furniture, or dust something, or whatever). On the other hand, as the vacuum stops every time you let go of the vacuum to do something else, the must-depress-and-hold button function does have the advantage that you never waste battery power.

    Thank you, Fred In The Shed, for introducing me to the Makita vacuum a year or so ago – it’s an excellent tool.

    Additional note: I’ve now had this vacuum for just over three years and it’s still in at least daily use (sometimes several times a day) and is still going strong. I note that some reviewers complain about the clogging of the filter; I see a full filter as a good thing, personally, because it means that all the dust is being trapped inside the vacuum and by the filter – which means it isn’t escaping back out into the air and settling back on the just-cleaned surfaces. However the answer to this problem is an easy and simple one: just buy plenty of extra filters and replace them as you go if you are doing a long job, bagging up the filters and cleaning them all at once later. Cleaning the filters is quick and easy, but obviously if you’re halfway through a big clear-up job at a customer’s then you don’t want to do it there and then. Filters are really cheap (10 for £5, 20 for £10 – and I presume you could get them even cheaper if you buy in bulk) and I get mine by mail order (telephone) from the lovely friendly people at Hire Station Telford (01952 581490). The filters are called ‘Makita Filter Cloths’ (the plastic basket thing that holds them is called a ‘Makita Filter Cylinder’, and the two together are called a ‘pre-filter’) and if you just say that you want them for the Makita BCL180Z Cordless Vacuum Cleaner, they’ll sort it out for you and send them out.

    Using this vacuum for my hard floors means that I never have to use my main vacuum, which is used for carpets, on what might be a greasy surface. Hard floors, such as in the kitchen and utility room areas, can get pretty mucky – and who wants to use a vacuum which has dealt with mucky stuff on their clean carpets? These same hard floor areas are where the main spills and messes happen (spilt cooking ingredients, pet litter, mud, etc.) and it’s really good to have something which is made to deal with dirt on hand to sort them out.

    Oh – and I never did get used to the housing being unscrewed accidentally (maybe because I’m left-handed…), so I solved the problem by putting a label on it: <-Open Close-> – easy, huh?!?

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  3. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Fantastic!, 27 April 2013
    By 
    Mustang

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    We bought this vac for our caravan …. and we love it! You can use it as an upright or as a hand held for the seats, has a nozzle for corners…. it packs nicely in a box for storeage. Not sure how long the battery lasts as we are still on the first charge …. and need to wait until it’s fully run down before we recharge it …. but so far so good ….. it’s fab!

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