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Old 18-03-2011, 05:38   #1
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Dirt Devil Skorpion

Hi all;

Does anyone here have experience with the Dirt Devil Skorpion hand held vac-inflator? We want a small vac for the boat, keeping up with two cats it too much for a dustpan. In the spirit of having items do two things, I ran across this model. I thought it might be able inflate the dink, at least mostly, with us finishing off by hand. I am not sure if a 7 amp motor would handle it well, and not be overworked?

Also, I am thinking that a corded model used from the inverter might be best. What say yea?
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