|Dust Cup Capacity||0.15 gal|
|Cord Length||-- ft|
|Max. Battery Run Time||45 mins|
|Detachable Hand Vacuum||Yes|
During our thorough research, we have read hundreds of reviews from real buyers. This is what most people think of Dibea D18:
5 reasons to buy
- The battery is not removable, however it is located inside the handle which is removable, and can be charged separately.
- Users like how discrete the wall mount is, especially when compared to other stick vacuums, this is a great solution.
- The stick vacuum comes with a user friendly dust bin, which is easily emptied through its bottom lid, with just a press of a button.
- A few users mention the LED lights built into the front of the brush tool, which makes it easy to see the dust in areas with poor light.
- Despite its low price, the vacuum has a mini motorized brush included, just like more expensive stick vacuums.
5 reasons not to buy
- While most users seem to like the wall mount, it doesn’t have any brackets for automatic recharging, so you have to plug the cable in manually each time.
- Some users found the suction poor, especially when contents start building up inside the dust bin, as it seems to block the airflow.
- A few users had issues with dust and debris falling out of the vacuum after use.
- The vacuum doesn’t have a soft brush included for the floor tool, which means it is unnecessarily loud on all types of hard floors.
- While most users like this vacuum, a few users found it inadequate for use on larger carpeted areas, due to its lack of suction.
The Dibea D18 is among some of the cheapest stick vacuums, yet it’s still packed with features. It comes with a mini motorized brush tool for upholstery, and has a crevice tool and brush tool included as well. It does have a bristle brush on its motorized floor tool, however it doesn’t have a soft brush included. It comes with a discrete wall mount too, but you have to plug the charger in separately. Users like most of its features and find it convenient to use, but it’s probably best used in smaller areas around the house. You might not find a better and more versatile stick vacuum at this price range though, and despite its caveats it’s still considered a great stick vacuum.