The Black+Decker Dustbuster is the ultimate portable vacuum and it keeps improving with every iteration. This little machine can suck up dirt and debris at the touch of a button — no need break out the “real” vacuum. Right now, you can get the latest version — Amazon's No. 1 bestseller — on sale during Prime Day for just $40!
The Black+Decker Dustbuster is the original portable vacuum. This handheld vac has a crevice tool to access nooks and crannies your regular vacuum can’t, and the large, bagless dust bin lets you clean for a little longer than you used to.
The vac is powered by lithium ion for a long battery life and strong suction power. Meaning, you can do a lot of suctioning from one charge if you tend to forget to plug it in again after using it. The vac is also lightweight, so it’s easy to maneuver around seat crevices and up on high shelves that need a cleaning. Smart charge technology also uses up to 50 percent less energy, so you can get more power for each charge.
You don’t have to worry about filter gunk buildup thanks to the Dustbuster’s cyclonic action. Just suck up what you need to clean, empty the bagless dustbin and go about your business. Another cool feature: A rotating slim nozzle lets you get in just about anywhere without having to do forearm acrobatics.
Amazon shoppers are obsessed with this Dustbuster: It has more than 53,000 five-star reviews on Amazon. One happy customer calls the vac a “little powerhouse,” adding, “it quickly and easily sucks up crumbs, hair, dust, litter and all those other little items that plague our surfaces and makes our space look soooo much nicer.”
“I got this for cleaning up my sweet bunny’s pen,” wrote a happy rabbit owner. “Up until now i was having to go in there with a paper towel and a small broom to try to get all of it out and it was not going well. This vacuum gets ALL of the mess out of his bed and his rug (bedding, poopies, hair, and excess hay from his toys). I also love that it is not super loud so he is not deathly afraid of it.”
This five-star reviewer actually came back to give people an update on how much they love this Dustbuster 2.5 years later. “I purchased this almost 2 1/2 years ago and STILL have had NO issues. And it is still going strong. Battery is still holding a charge,” they wrote.
Another sums it up best: "I have a dog that sheds a lot, and this vacuum is a miracle!"
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The New Brunswick government will now exchange the driver's licences of Ukrainian refugees — but some Black advocacy groups say the province should do the same for more countries outside Europe. Drivers from 18 European countries as well as those from Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Republic of Korea and Taiwan can exchange their licences for New Brunswick licences. The province recently added Ukraine to that list, a move Matthew Martin, the executive director of Black Lives Matter New Brunswick,
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