Black & Decker Pivot PV1820L review
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The Black & Decker Pivot PV1820L handheld vacuum cleaner has a pivoting nozzle, which Black & Decker claims makes it easier to use in certain situations around the home. We put it to the test on pet hair, cornflakes, cat litter and fine dust to find out if this handheld vacuum cleaner is worth spending a bit more on. Read our full review and verdict to find out.
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- Should I buy it?
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