Vacmaster Multi 20 PTO Wet & Dry Vacuum Cleaner – Lightweight Bagged & Bagless Home & Garage Vacuum – Multifunctional Dust Extractor with Blower Function & Multiple Filters, 20 Litre, 1250W, Power Take Off


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Weight: 6 kg
Dimensions: 31 x 31 x 51 cm; 6 Kilograms
Brand: Vacmaster
Model: VQ1220PFC
Colour: Blue & Black
Colour: Blue & Black
Dimensions: 31 x 31 x 51 cm; 6 Kilograms

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124 Responses

  1. David Klein says:

     United Kingdom

    We got it to hover the artificial grass works a treat outside well worth i

  2. Edgar9160o says:

     United Kingdom

    Get job done have i expected, i lake and it’s good value and powerful. So far I am happy.Only thing it’s a bit loud, but it’s okay if you not bothered about a neighbou

  3. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Having sold our car we now have a large empty garage which allows hubby to set out his workshop machinery/tools so each is now easily accessible. As well as being an excellent floor and brick wall cleaner of wood shavings, sawdust and spiders webs, it attaches to some of the
    Larger tools as a dust extractor, and then the power take off socket comes into its own. Vac master so good and diverse we will probably buy another.

  4. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    Honestly I only ever take time to write a review when something is exceptional or exceptionally bad. This vaccum is amazing in every way possible.
    It’s light yet sturdy. The suction is powerful. Take the hose off and connect on the other side for blower features. The capacity is huge . I don’t even need a bag if I choose not too. The power point on the machine auto starts and stops with an appliance plugged in ( sander for me)
    Two downfalls.
    The cable hooks to wrap cord is too shallow so it falls off again and the plug cable could be longer!
    I love it ! Buy it !

  5. ViolaGunson says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    Good for wood dust in my shed, not so good for rabbit hutch, which got it for mainly as it keeps blocking up and yes I have swept out huth contents first. It also works with my sander attachment which is good, blower attchment is not vey strong but ok for blowing wood dust as well as hoovering the dust up.

  6. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    I use this this for outside cleaning, shed, garage; all things dusty and grimy. Great buy

  7. edurolimeg says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    Brought this to replace my karcher wd2 (which was rubbish broke after 6 months) I have been impressed so far I would have rated it 5 stars but the hoover hose is rubbish but you can’t have everything I suppose

  8. James Nettleton says:

     United Kingdom

    This vacuum cleaner is very powerful.. I think mainly due to the unobstructed air way and pipe size. I only use one tool so cannot comment on the tools that come with the machine. So far it has not failed me and I have filled one container(about one week). I am very pleased with it and would highly recommend it to others.

  9. Nicholas Miotke says:

     United Kingdom

    This was my third attempt to get a vacuum that actually worked and would pick up the hair from my GSD. Very pleased with it. The only negative for me is the tubing is too long which makes it rather unwieldy when using as it kinks, apart from that I’d recommend it as it moves easily.

  10. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Rather flimsy plastic body and tools but not complaining as want it for liquid suck ups, for which it is perfect.

  11. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Reading the reviews about this machine puts the whole review process in question in my opinion. How anybody doesn’t give this vacuum 5 stars is totally beyond me.

    I bought this primarily as I had an horrendous task to do – lifting 60 metres of floor tiles from a chip board floor. Lifting the tiles was tough enough but cleaning off the tile adhesive for the new flooring required an angle grinder fitted with a dust shroud and appropriate grinding disc.

    The inevitable amount of dust that this would generate led me to investigating a suitable vacuum and, despite some of the negative reviews, I plumped for the Vacmaster. What a revelation!

    1. It is as easy as anything to put together. As I was extremely busy my wife did it in minutes. No disrespect to her but she is one of the least technically minded people alive. She can however, read and follow diagrams. Job done.

    2. The plastic is anything other than brittle. I’ve no idea if I have a later version of machine than some who have commented on this but my vac has appropriately malleable plastic connections and accessories. Treated considerately I do not envisage any problems.

    3. It is not overly noisy. It’s a powerful vacuum with commensurate noise levels.

    4. It’s largely well designed with some nice touches such as facilitating the storage of accessories on the body of the vacuum. The only shortcoming IMO are the cable storage hooks that barely accommodate looped storage of the flex as they are too small.

    5. The auto power setting for connection of power tools is brilliant. Whether there are longevity issues in the functionality of this remain to be seen but I have hammered mine and, so far, so good.

    6. Suction is brilliant. Just use the appropriate configuration for whatever needs to be sucked up. The included dust bag is precisely that, for dust/sawdust etc. It will clog eventually and reduce suction. Used without a dust bag, for debris, the fitted filter can be removed and cleaned. I confess I have yet to use it for liquid so cannot comment.

    7. Replacement dust bags are expensive but, prior to going to bagless vacuums courtesy of James Dyson, was this not always so? There are several types of dust bags dependent on the level of filtration required.

    8. Yes, the vacuum tube and head are push fit tapered tubes. Simple and cheap but efficient enough. Check the price of the vacuum. I think you will agree they are commensurate with the price.

    This vacuum is now one of my best buys. I use it on every power tool with a suitable connection and, during our recent renovations, it has become invaluable. Even for my wife.

    She was complaining about the amount of fluff and dust that was visible between the radiator panels and in the fins so I suggested she put the Vacmaster on blow to clear it out. She did just that and, after using it, came to find me laughing out loud due to the amount of fluff and dust that it blew out. It was everywhere! Fortunately we still had empty rooms.

    You have been warned. :-]

  12. Terry Sullivan says:

     United Kingdom

    I bought this to replace my workshop/garage vac but having tried it out I think I’ll be keeping this to replace my home vac, it’s light manoeuvrable, sucks up dust and dirt like a mofo and the blower function is an added bonus this is probs my the best vacuum I’ve ever bough

  13. MarinaJ75v says:

     United Kingdom

    Suction fantastic. Finally managed to get rid of the cobwebs. Haven’t tried the wet function yet but am well impressed with how well it gets in corners.

  14. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    A very powerful suction, around the house or diy jobs

  15. BeatrizAmies says:

     United Kingdom

    I’m in the building trade and I bring this vacuum on every job. It has good suction power and isn’t heavy. Its great value for money. I’d recommend.

  16. Moira Loth says:

     United Kingdom

    I used this to clean up my victorian cellar. It gobbled up everything in its path. Easy to change bags too. Now I use it when I use power tools. Especially sanders and saws. So glad I bought it.

  17. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Could do with more suction and it clogs up far too easily when used in my workshop

  18. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I like this vacuum around my tiny shop. Has loads of power and sucks up anything. I particularly like the fact I can plug tools into the vacuum so the vacuum starts automatically. It is very loud though so suggest using ear defenders.

  19. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    My old shop vac died after 7 years, this one is excellent. It is a lot quieter and has more power than the old one, attachments included are great and hose length is not to long and unwieldy

  20. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Bought this Vacuum mainly as a dust remover for my circular saw and other power tools.
    Although not the cheapest on offer at 65, I was amazed at the build quality and stability, and the various accessories supplied. The hose fittings fitted all my power tools, and the best feature for me is the additional power socket on the Vac which the the power tool is plugged into, there by enabling the power tool to control the vac, stopping and starting whenever the power tool is operated. the wet and dry feature is definitely a useful feature, and the vac is a very good addition to the household.

  21. CrystleDarr says:

     United Kingdom

    Not used it yet how ever turned it on to make sure all working so far so good, Clips on the side seem to be a bit loose so hopefully won’t be an issue hence the 4* will edit review once used, currently renovating our home so will get plenty of use.

  22. VaniaScarbrough says:

     United Kingdom

    When I bought this, it was just so I didn’t mess up my Dyson whilst doing DIY. I didn’t expect much from it. But it has been amazing! The suction is very strong and constant, the build quality is great, it’s super robust, and the on-board plug socket that turns the vacuum on automatically when power is drawn from it makes it a joy to work with. It has all the attachments you’d ever need and then some. I’d recommend this to anyone without hesitation.

  23. Zippy says:

     United Kingdom

    Suction very good also the blower. The only problem was the brush end has an attachment it’s impossible to fi

  24. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I wanted to buy a shop vac that will not break the bank but still have a power takeoff function. This does the job just fine. The only thing I do not like about it is that the hose does not rotate, so when I move around I always have to untangle/untwist it. The hose is also quite stiff. I would have liked it if it was more flexible.

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