Dewalt DCV580H 18/20V MAX Cordless Wet-Dry Vacuum

The DEWALT 18/20V MAX Cordless Wet-Dry Vacuum is designed for cordless operation powered by either an 18v or 20v MAX battery. This unit features an easily accessible, washable/reusable filter; just simply use tap or water rinse to clean. A heavy-duty, crush-resistant, fully-integrated 5′ (by 1-1/4″ diameter) hose provides durability, flexibility and ease-of-use and the on-board hose and accessory storage makes the vacuum easy to carry/transport to use where ever you made need it. It also features a 2-Gallon tank capacity that provides enough storage to empty a toilet or clogged pipe. Common applications include: Wet or Dry Pickup and/or Blowing. Includes: (1) 5′ Heavy-Duty Crush Resistant Hose (1-1/4″ Diameter), (1) Crevice Tool Attachment, (1) Wide Nozzle Tool Attachment and (1) Filter. Battery & Charger Sold Separately.

Product Features

  • 18v/20v Cordless Wet/dry Vacuum
  • Cordless Operation Powered By Either 18v Or 20v Battery
  • Washable/reusable Filter.
  • On-board hose and accessory storage makes the vacuum easy to carry/transport
  • 31 CFM
  • Cordless operation powered by either an 18v or 20v MAX battery
  • Easily accessible, washable/reusable filter
  • Heavy-duty, crush-resistant, fully-integrated 5′ hose
  • 2-Gallon tank capacity
  • Battery and Charger sold separately

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2 Responses to Dewalt DCV580H 18/20V MAX Cordless Wet-Dry Vacuum

  1. Anonymous says:

    Works, But Has Some Design Issues I want to start this review by saying I am a HUGE fan of DeWalt tools. I own many of their corded and cordless tools and have had great success with all of them, until I purchased this unit. Since I have a full line of 20V tools, this vac was a no brainer for me to purchase. The vac does work well, and is a great size for carrying around. There are 2 major issues that are making me hate it though:- The exhaust port is located on the same side where the suction hose comes out…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Seemed great at first until today when I started smelling something …