DeWalt Vacuum Cleaners
DeWalt manufactures rather broad range of various cordless and corded tools, including vacuum cleaners.
Their workshop and construction site vacuums are known to be versatile and resilient in order to be able to clean even the toughest dirt and debris, but also to 'survive' such harsh environment.
For more information about their tools, accessories and vacuums, check DeWalt Official Website.
Here is the list of our DeWalt vacuum cleaner reviews and recommendations, ordered according the updated or added date:
DeWALT DXV06P is a wet/dry vacuum cleaner with a 6-gallon capacity of dry and wet dirt and liquids, suitable for shops and construction sites.
The body of DeWALT DXV06P is made of tough and durable plastic, making the unit lightweight and rather maneuverable thanks to 4 rubberized casters. However, this and other units made from plastic should not be used as ash vacuums.
Published: April 21, 2021.
DeWalt DCV517 20V MAX Cordless 1/2 Gallon Wet/Dry Portable Vacuum Cleaner is industrial grade wet/dry cordless, bagless vacuum cleaner, suitable for various applications like workshop vacuum, construction site vacuum, but also as the cordless vacuum for anybody who needs reliable and rather robust cordless unit.
DeWalt DCV517 comes in two versions: DCV517B model comes only with the DCV517 vacuum cleaner, and DCV517M1 model that comes with DCV517 vacuum cleaner and DeWalt DCB230C battery pack consisting of DCB112 battery charger and 3.0 Ah 20 volts compact lithium battery.
Published: September 10, 2019.
DeWalt DCV581H is sturdy and versatile cleaning tool. It is corded/cordless powered unit, that can be used as both vacuum cleaner and blower, can be used for vacuuming dry and wet dirt, it features large dirt tank and excellent, true HEPA air filtration.
DeWalt DCV581H can be operated using broad range of 18/20V DeWalt's batteries, making it very affordable for people already having DeWalt 18/20V batteries. Even if you already don't have DeWalt 18/20V tools, and you need a good workshop vacuum, you should also consider this unit.
Published: January 16, 2019.