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Old 10-20-2015, 10:29 AM   #1
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What kind of Vacuum cleaner do you keep in your Sunseeker?

We are not full timers, thinking of putting some kind of vacuum to use in the RV in lieu of just vacuuming it when we get home.

We also use the sealer bags / space saver bags that a vacuum would help

there.

Maybe a small shop vac?

Thoughts?
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Our "W" came with a fancy Dyson, replete with big decals announcing that , that I promptly removed. It takes up way too much prime real estate in the compartment it was installed in...

I've used a Dirt Devil Ultra Corded Bagged Handheld Vacuum for several years in my RV's. Easy to store, doesn't require much space, and even picks up dog hair. I haven't tried it on a Space Saver bag yet but it has pretty good suction so I think it will work...
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Our 2015 3010 came with a dyson. Very compact, rechargeable and has several attachments. I don't know the model #, but I believe I've seen it in Walmart for around $170. If my wife is happy with it, so am I!
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Dirt Devil central vac. All you have to store is the hose and attachments.
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Old 10-20-2015, 11:16 AM   #5
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We have a Dyson that I bought several years ago for the home and is compact and rechargeable. We take with us when traveling. Fits perfect in the closet.Plug into wall socket when we have full hook ups and only charge when needed then store. BTW never seen a Dyson for $150. Later RJD
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Our 2650s came with the Dyson hung in the rear storage,where it still hangs unused.Son bought his mother a cordless Shark that she uses constantly. Parks it behind the barrel chair out of the way.
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Old 10-20-2015, 12:34 PM   #7
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Our 2650s came with the Dyson hung in the rear storage,where it still hangs unused.Son bought his mother a cordless Shark that she uses constantly. Parks it behind the barrel chair out of the way.
We can do that with the Dyson also but choose the closet BTW the Dyson has better suction than any portable vac I've used. Later RJD
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Our "W" came with a fancy Dyson, replete with big decals announcing that , that I promptly removed. It takes up way too much prime real estate in the compartment it was installed in...

I've used a Dirt Devil Ultra Corded Bagged Handheld Vacuum for several years in my RV's. Easy to store, doesn't require much space, and even picks up dog hair. I haven't tried it on a Space Saver bag yet but it has pretty good suction so I think it will work...
We have the same vacuum except ours came with a removable extension so you don't have to bend over. Easy to store.
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We can do that with the Dyson also but choose the closet BTW the Dyson has better suction than any portable vac I've used. Later RJD
Can't tell that to Shark lover. And I certainly wouldnt she'd make me do the vacing
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clicky Eureka EasyClean Corded Hand-Held Vacuum

It's corded but easy to store under the bed and it's not too heavy. It uses user replaceable filters that you find cheap on the Internet.
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