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Anyone have one of the v-tuff vacuums? I'm looking at the mini plus one. They're seriously lacking in reviews but I need to buy a new vac, price looks ok and M-class, but the suction power is a little lower at 180mbar than the usual suspects which have circa 240, so wondering really if may aswell spend the extra 35% on a Bosch, makita etc.
 
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Oh okay fair enough. I was going try reason with the lower powered one but it sounds like the stronger ones might be wiser.
 

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