Ryobi 1250W 18L Wet/Dry Vacuum $79 + Delivery ($0 C&C/ In Store/ OnePass) @ Bunnings


Ryobi Vac $79

Usually priced around $80-100 for similar vacs.

  • 12 attachments to cover a wide range of cleaning jobs
  • Hygienic HEPA filter provides up to 99.97% filtration efficiency
  • Compact and lightweight for easy manoeuvring and storage

It comes ready to handle any wet or dry spill with 12 accessories including a triangle brush, micro cleaning kit, crevice tool, flex crevice tool, claw nozzle, dust extractor, floor tool, foam filter, HEPA filter, and dust bag.

This shop vac’s HEPA filter delivers 99.97% filtration efficiency for a healthier, more hygienic workspace. Its light, compact shape makes for easy storage and transport.

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  • +1

    How wet?

    • +1

      Reviews say dont use it for wet areas…

      • A wet and dry vacuum with a caveat of don't go using it on wet areas. 🤔

        • So is a dry vacuum

      • There's literally one review that says 'don't use for wet areas'….

      • +1

        I've got this model and it's perfectly fine for "wet stuff". You just have to take the dust bag and paper filter off, replace with their provided sock thing.

        I haven't cleaned up a flood but it's good for carpet wet spot cleaning.

        • How loud is it?

          • @bob19: Louder than a domestic bagged vacuum cleaner. But not louder than an upright carpet cleaner eg. Bissell revolution pet

        • does it have a blow setting on it ?

    • Very. I used it to quickly suck up some water out the bottom of my spa. So.. It was like 100% water. Just be careful as it fills up fast!

    • How loud?

  • +2

    If it's like the Ozito, you have the bag or bagless option. Bagless is for wet

  • Have anyone used these type of vacuum for carpet cleaning attachment like this? https://www.amazon.com.au/RosyOcean-Upholstery-Attachment-De…

    • +1

      Following this. Trying to find a cheap and reliable alternative to clean carpets.

      • +1

        I used the little Karcher (it was $99) to wash the carpet in all rooms in my house.
        Spray the chemical of your choice with a spray bottle, use a hard floor large broom to brush the carpet then vacuum with the machine.
        It's 100% doable unless you want to do it as a work then you need a professional machine.
        PS, I used to work in large offices cleaning carpets with a professional machine so I know what I'm doing.

    • +1

      Yeah I've been down that rabbit hole.
      It's a useful attachment for a wet/dry vac, the clear head is essential to understand how much liquid you still have.
      Had spills of coke and wine on carpet. Wet/dry vac immediately and most of the liquid is gone. No stain remained.

      If we're talking about cleaning extraction though, its hard to compete with a Bissell or a dedicated machine.
      Just from the sheer amount of liquid you can pump out and extract, you can't do that with a wet/dry vac and a bottle spray.

      There's something great about a cheap cheap wet/dry vac that you can kick around with little consequence.
      If this one is on par with my cheapo wet/dry Ryobi, this is an absolute bargain. The sheer amount of attachments and a hepa filter, good stuff.

  • HEPA filter

    suitable as air purifier or hwhat

  • So I’ve owned one for 6 months as I do a lot of work in my garage. I also have a corded shop vac. I got frustrated with the cord. For the convinience of no cord it’s a 10/10 but unfortunately ive had to keep the shopvac (which takes up space) as the corded vac is about 10 times stronger. The ryobi is good for sawdust and liquid spills and that’s about it. The battery also runs out in about 5 mins. I probably wouldn’t buy it again

    • FYI this is a corded model, not battery operated.

  • How does this compare to https://www.bunnings.com.au/ryobi-20l-stainless-steel-wet-dr… apart from being plastic, is the suction the same? They're both 1250w.

  • HEPA filter need washing ? Replacing ?

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