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(YMMV) Stanley 10 Gallon, 6.0 Peak Horse Power Wet/Dry Poly Vacuum

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Stanley 10 Gallon, 6.0 Peak Horse Power Wet/Dry Poly Vacuum for $30 in-stores at Walmart for $30 YMMV



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This was posted a couple weeks ago. Found two for $25 each. Works well so far. 100% worth it at $25-$30. Saw some for $5 around me but those were sold out. (DFW)
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Snagged one about a week ago; $30 was a great price point but we'll see how long it lasts.
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Glad people arent disappointed from the vac. It's my first wet/dry vac. I was waiting for my walmart to drop the price for weeks since I first saw it on clearance
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Coming up $74.99 for me.
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I picked up a couple for $15 each in Atlanta
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fyi. peak HP ratings are all marketing wank. Regardless. most shop vacs will do just fine in my experience.


Power Cord 10 feet
Electrical Rating 120V / 60Hz / 8A (1.3HP*)
Airflow 85 CFM
Sealed Pressure 50"


*That's from the wall, if you consider efficiency is never 100%, and depending on what you're picking up (wet/dry), the HP rating is even lower. For reference, max out of a 15A outlet (most residential outlets) is ~2.4HP or 1800Watts. The air compressor industry got sued and fined for using peak HP ratings.
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Coming up $74.99 for me.
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A bit new to YMMV as they typically aren't in my area. However, this one is, based on Brickseeker. Is there a way to get the price shown on Brickseeker, even though the price on Walmart.com is normal? Do you purchase for in store pick up and then mention that you should pay the in store advertised price (if Brickseeker is correct)?
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A bit new to YMMV as they typically aren't in my area. However, this one is, based on Brickseeker. Is there a way to get the price shown on Brickseeker, even though the price on Walmart.com is normal? Do you purchase for in store pick up and then mention that you should pay the in store advertised price (if Brickseeker is correct)?
It will only be that price in that store.... And the store won't honor brickseek
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It will only be that price in that store.... And the store won't honor brickseek
Yes, but if I order the item for in store pick up, for that specific store, I can "hold" the item so it doesn't sell out in the meantime. Then when I get to the store I can see if they have any others listed for the sale price on the floor. Something like that should work, right?
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Yes, but if I order the item for in store pick up, for that specific store, I can "hold" the item so it doesn't sell out in the meantime. Then when I get to the store I can see if they have any others listed for the sale price on the floor. Something like that should work, right?
Welp, moot point. Not available for in-store pick up...
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In stock near me but don't really need one... but decent deal if i do eventually... The slickdeals dilemma .
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fyi. peak HP ratings are all marketing wank. Regardless. most shop vacs will do just fine in my experience.


Power Cord 10 feet
Electrical Rating 120V / 60Hz / 8A (1.3HP*)
Airflow 85 CFM
Sealed Pressure 50"


*That's from the wall, if you consider efficiency is never 100%, and depending on what you're picking up (wet/dry), the HP rating is even lower. For reference, max out of a 15A outlet (most residential outlets) is ~2.4HP or 1800Watts. The air compressor industry got sued and fined for using peak HP ratings.
Be that as it may, I bought this last friday and cleaned my car out on saturday. I had to buy a car cleaning end from Home depot, it takes 1 7/8 tools. This thing SUCKS!!!! It's right up there with our more expensive Ridgid Shop vacs we use at work, which are the largest ridgid sells. It was pulling so hard on my seats that I wasn't able to move the wand in an up and down motion. I had to lift off and only pull in a downward direction. It was grabbing too hard to move the wand upward. If anything, this vac has too much suction for cleaning your car. It works fine for cleaning the floor of my garage, but that's all concrete.

For $30, you won't be disappointed other than not coming with a car cleaning wand out of the box.
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