I find myself intrigued with the Worx Cordless Cube Vac (WX030L), which is part of the brand’s 20V (Max) cordless power tool system.
The Worx Cube Vac is small and is equipped with a removable HEPA filter.
Worx says that its retractable hose extends up to 4ft for extra reach. The vac comes with small brush nozzle and crevice tool attachments.
Because of its compact and easy-carry size, the Worx vacuum doesn’t hold a lot of dust or debris. Its container can hold up to 6 ounces of dry dust and empties with a one-touch mechanism.
Worx says it delivers 10 Kpa of suction power, which they describe as being about half the power of a standard upright vacuum, and move 27.5 CFM of airflow.
The vacuum weighs just 3 lbs.
It comes with a 2.0Ah battery, which should power the vacuum for up to 10 mins on high or 25 on low, and a compact charger.
There’s built-in docking for the extending hose, as well as slots for the included attachments. An orange power button looks to be logically placed.
The single power button is also used for suction power control. Press once for low speed, twice for high speed, and three times to turn the vacuum off.
I have tried numerous cordless vacuums over the years, some of them great and some of them not so much.
I have found that the best cordless vacs don’t necessarily have the most power, flashiest features, or greatest capacity. The best vacs are the ones that are most convenient and easy to use.
This one’s intriguing. It uses a Worx removable battery, it’s extremely compact, and its form factor makes the vac look easy to store away at home or in the garage. It has a small collection capacity, but it should be enough for random everyday cleaning tasks.
And, it has a HEPA filter.
If I were a Worx 20V cordless power tool user, I would order one no-question. If I weren’t already happy with my current cordless vacs, I’d definitely be tempted to get one of these, even if only comes with one battery, which less convenient than having two or more.
I like the direction Worx has been moving in.
If anyone’s interested in a review, it won’t take much to convince me to give the Worx Cube Vac a try.