Makita 12V CXT Vacuum LC09 Review
The Makita 12V CXT Vacuum LC09 is a cordless vacuum with a powerful motor and two interchangeable brushes. It features a large handle, which makes it easy to operate while standing or sitting. It comes with two interchangeable brush heads (one for cleaning and one for polishing), a dust cover, and an accessory pouch.
The 12V CXT Vacuum is available in three models: LC09A1, LC09B1, and LC10A1. The model name refers to the size of the battery pack. For example, the LC09A1 has a capacity of 1.5 Ah and weighs 2 pounds; it measures 10 inches long x 5 inches wide x 3/4 inch high (25 cm x 15 cm x 7 cm). The LC09B1 has a capacity of 1.8 Ah and weighs 3 pounds; it measures 13 inches long x 6 inches wide x 4/5 inch high (30 cm x 20 cm x 9 cm). The LC10A1 has a capacity of 2.4 Ah and weighs 5 pounds; it measures 15 inches long x 6.5 inches wide x 6 inches high (40 cm x 16 1/2 cm x 15 cm). All models come with an auxiliary handle, ideal for short people or those who prefer to carry the unit in one hand. The vacuum comes with an easy-to-use quick release button for changing the brush head, and it has a large capacity dirt tank that’s easy to empty.
The large diameter hose allows the vacuum to clean large areas quickly. It has a powerful 12V motor that runs on only 2.5 A, and it has variable speed control for fine-tuning the suction.
The accessory port lets you use your own brush attachments, such as a crevice tool or upholstery nozzle, and there are viewing windows on both sides of the dust canister so you can see when it’s time to empty it. The built-in carrying handle comes in handy when you need both hands free; it also has a release button so you can remove the vacuum from the handle easily. The extra-large wheels let you roll over rough terrain with ease. It’s the perfect accessory for cleaning furniture, drapes, stairs, vehicles, and more. The kit comes with a dual-function brush, which is great for cleaning bare floors and carpeted steps.
The 12V CXT Vacuum is light enough for anyone to use, but it’s tough enough for professional use. The large wheels roll over rugged terrain with ease, and the 12V motor provides more than enough suction to clean up fine dust, dirt, sawdust, shavings, and most types of dry debris. The large capacity dirt tank is easy to empty, and it’s translucent so you can see when it’s time to empty the tank.
The large diameter hose allows you to clean large areas in a short amount of time. In addition, the clear dust canister lets you see when it’s time to empty it.
The 12V CXT is perfect for cleaning furniture, drapes, stairs, vehicle upholstery, and carpeted steps. It’s also handy for cleaning hard to reach areas, like the ceiling or the space between furniture and walls. And you can use it grab dust bunnies under beds and furniture.
The large wheels roll over rugged terrain with ease, and the vacuum provides more than enough suction to clean up fine dust, dirt, sawdust, shavings, and most types of dry debris. The attached brush makes quick work of cleaning bare floors and carpeted steps, and the easy-empty dirt cup keeps cleaning interruptions to a minimum.
The Black & Decker 12V CXT is an excellent addition to any tool box. It’s great for use at home or at work, and it’s powerful enough for professional use. With the 12V CXT, no job is too big and no space is too small.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful.
Perfect for what I need it for! good vacuum at an affordable price.
By Jerym L. Russell
So I have used this to clean out my car several times and it works well as far as that goes. Carpeted floor mats and all. It has a decent amount of power for the price I paid and is fairly light weight.
We also have baby gates at the top and bottom of our stairs that we need to remove dog food and water bowls over and over again throughout the day. It works great for this purpose too since it gets right in between the bars of the gate.
I do wish it had a longer cord though, maybe that would help it be not so heavy for long stretches of time though.
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