ProTeam Super QuarterVac SQVH
|Dust Bin Capacity||1.5 gal|
|Wet/Dry Vacuum?||Dry only|
|Power Rating||9.9 amps|
|Cord Length||50 ft|
|Product Width||12 in|
|Product Height||13 in|
|Product Depth||8 in|
During our thorough research, we have read hundreds of reviews from real buyers. This is what most people think of ProTeam Super QuarterVac SQVH:
5 reasons to buy
- This backpack vacuum is not as big as other models, but it’s big enough for both private and commercial use.
- The advantage of having a smaller canister, is that it doesn’t get as heavy as models with a larger capacity.
- There’s a nice set of basic tools included with this vacuum, making it a versatile choice.
- Most users like how the telescopic wand bends in different angles, as it becomes significantly easier to reach underneath furniture.
- The 50 foot cord provides a great reach, without any need of inconvenient extension cords.
5 reasons not to buy
- Some users found the design a bit too clumsy for vacuuming in narrow spaces, as the canister sticks out a bit, and the hose is positioned so it might grab on to objects while passing them.
- There’s been a few mentions of the hose getting clogged by hair not passing all the way through to the dust bin.
- The vacuum doesn’t have any proper locks on the connecting points, so you’ll have to rely on the connections being tight enough to hold everything into place during use.
- This backpack vacuum, although a bit more compact than other models, is still considered to the heavy side.
- It doesn’t work well on carpets, and is probably designed mainly for hard floors and flat-woven carpets.
The ProTeam Super QuarterVac is a great purchase for use in both private households and commercial use, although a bit too clumsy for smaller homes. The canister and hose sticks out quite a bit, and you risk bumping into things when passing through narrow spaces. It works well for many tasks, although carpets aren’t its strongest side. It does work on some flat-woven carpets though, but otherwise it is probably best used on hard floors. The range of accessories makes it versatile, and the 50 foot cord offers a long reach. A few users had issues with hair clumbing and clogging the hose, and some had issues with the hose and attachments falling off during use, as they aren’t locked properly into each other. All in all, this might be a great choice for commercial use, but some private households may benefit from it as well. Especially larger households with no/few narrow spaces.