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Does H2O Vac Turbo Really Work?

As seen on TV, the H2O Vac by Thane is a smart vacuum that employs technology in ensuring its higher competence over similar vacuum products. H20 Vac uses water as a filtering agent so users have no need to empty a dust bag. This water filtering system is also linked to helping users keep their homes free from indoor pollution, an event that could occur when lots of dust and dirt is packed up in a dust bag. Another advantage that’s said to come with the H2O Vac is its strong suction that’s capable of lifting everything from nuts to tissue to spills of all sorts. This vacuum also does not lose its grip even after considerable usage.

H2O Vac Turbo Reviews

No - Not worth it
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This product is not worth it & a big scam. My first one gave me nothing but problems & the motor blew after 3 months. Called for a refund but they would only give me a replacement b/c of the warranty. The replacement worked great for about 4 mths then the motor blew on that one. I really hated cleaning the water after every use. If you didn’t clean it, what a smell. SCAM, SCAM, SCAM!!

Jeanette Eisa
June 21st, 2011
Markham, Ontario
2 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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No - Not Worth The Hassle
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We purchased this direct from the manufacturer as a “bogo”…this product is so bad they should have been buy one get one-hundred! The attachments are like toys, the water filtration system is a big hassel and creates quite the mess in the collection chamber and the suction is sub-par at best. Don’t waste your money…spend a little more and get a Dyson!

David McDaniel
May 23rd, 2011
Charelston, WV
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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Yes - Learn to use the product
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I purchased two H2O Vacs off TV. I woke about 2 AM and my TV was still on and they were talking about this this machine and how regular vacuum cleaners put dirt back into the air. My mind quickly thought of what had happened to me at church the day before. I was cleaning the sanctuary and looked around at the Pugh and they were fill with small dust particles left from the vacuum cleaner. With that thought, I made the purchase. It has been over a year and I am still satisfied with my H20’s, both at home and at church. You have to learn to use the system correctly, I learned that the system works best if you pull the unit back to you. My systems haven’t lost power. It is recommended that you clean your filter
at least monthly. I have a $1500.00 TriStar Vacuum. I never would have spent that kind of money if I had known of the H2O Turbo. I am totally satisfied with the cost and workmanship of this system.

Walter Goodwyn
February 19th, 2011
Virginia Beach, Va
5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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Yes - Never lost suction
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Got mine for 1 month (Turbo model), it never lost suction and it never spills water. I empty the water chamber every times and wash the black filter when I see too much dust on it. So weird…the dust is supposed to stay in the water…so why dust on the filter ?? Anyway, it’s a $150 vacuum found at Zellers, so i didn’t expected the quality of a $500 one. Maybe I’m the only one on the earth, but I’m very pleased with my purchase. It’s true, no dust in the air. I never sneeze anymore like I did with all my other vacuums.

November 3rd, 2010
6 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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No - dont buy it!!!!
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As soon as I got the vacuum I was exited to start using it, but there was almost no suction at all. My 100 dollar vacuum had more suction than this piece of c#$%p. Anyways so just to let you know don’t waste your money.

August 31st, 2010
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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No - This suck yes, but not dust! THIS SUX!
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My family bought one of theese, as Dejan say, it looses the suction after one week, is big, ugly, spills water on carpets, totally fuc*ed to carry around, and heavy!

August 31st, 2010
United States - LA
0 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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No - TV Sales isn't good
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First of all the consuption on your electric bill will rise. It will do its job for about 1 week. Then the suction will gradually fade in strength. Its easily tips over which will result in more work and ruined carpets drained in water. It is heavy and changing water is not easy task. As everything else TV sells is mostly junk and garbage. I didn’t buy it but a friend did so I tell you what he told me. He has no internet but asked me to send the word around.

February 17th, 2010
2 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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No - Biggest piece of Junk EVER!!!!!!
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I dont recommend this piece of junk to anyone. it is hard to empty, refill, and clean. its heavy. it tips over and water spills. it loses suction over time. it even looks ugly. i would give this a 0 rating if i could. waste of money. if u return it, u still have to pay shipping and handling. what a waste of time and money. remember, on tv they make it look good. but actually, its not. the original vacuums work way better.

August 30th, 2009
11 of 15 people found this review helpful.
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