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Aldi Specialbuy £40 product described as ‘fantastic’ by shoppers

Supermarket giant Aldi is famed for its Specialbuy products that get shoppers talking and one of the latest items has been described as “fantastic”.

Aldi’s SpecialBuys often prove popular with shoppers, many of whom await Thursdays and Sundays to see what they’ll be able to get their hands on.

Recently, SpecialBuy products have included everything from hanging egg chairs to hot tubs – but this time, it’s the retailer’s Beldray Revo Cordless Handheld Vacuum that shoppers are loving.

The product is “Ideal for compact storage” and features a countertop quick charge base, according to the product description, Liverpool Echo reports.

The vacuum comes with a charging base, crevice brush, upholstery brush and filter cleaning brush.

The product has racked up many five star reviews on the Aldi website, with shoppers praising it for being lightweight and easy to use.



Aldi Beldray Revo Cordless Handheld Vacuum
Aldi Beldray Revo Cordless Handheld Vacuum

Among the reviews, one person said: “This is by far the best purchase I’ve had in a while, definitely worth the money”.

A second wrote: “Fantastic. Great little handheld hoover lightweight easy to store powerful do would highly recommend”.

A third added: “Excellent. I bought this recently. I use it for clearing up crumbs etc around the kitchen. Works well holds charge well and reasonably priced. So far so good saves time as I do not have to get large vacuum out. Highly recommend”.

Another said: “All stored in the charging dock. I bought this about 2wks ago and I like the simplicity of my handheld vacuum cleaner, changing tools which sit on the vacuum holder/charging dock. One charge goes along way.

“It’s just so handy for cleaning up hard to reach areas, kitchen worktops of crumbs etc and a great price. Highly recommended”.

Aldi’s Beldray Revo Cordless Handheld Vacuum is priced at £39.99 and is available online now.

You can shop the Specialbuy here .

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