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Fanttik Foldable Car Vacuum Review – CleanTechnica Tested

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Maintaining a home that’s near the beach can be difficult. Sand mysteriously finds its way into corners and crevices. So, when an opportunity came across my desk  — the Fanttik DynamicClean™ V10 Apex Foldable Car Vacuum review — I accepted the assignment. I wondered how far small, hand-held vacuums had evolved since I first owned one many years ago. I remembered having cords that wrapped around furniture and that made cleanups quite frustrating.

I was pleasantly surprised by the performance of that the Fanttik DynamicClean. It’s a lightweight, compact, stylish vacuum that includes lots of the most contemporary features you should consider before buying a small vacuum.

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I started by viewing the Fanttik DynamicClean™ V10 Apex Pivoting Handheld Vacuum video on the product’s website. It showed how to separate the packaging contents into separate components, then it identified the important elements of the vacuum: the extendable crevice tool, the eco mode or high speed mode selections, the digital power display, its cyclonic air system, a 500 ml extra-large dustbin, 2.5 hours fast charging, and storage for brushes.

Next, I started to read the User Manual. As I’m familiar with electrifying everything, I skipped to “How to Charge,” realizing that, if I wanted to test it out, I would need to make sure it was fully charged. The handheld vacuum rechargeable is equipped with 3*2000 mAh large-capacity batteries. I opened the silicone cap on the rear housing and seated the type-C charging cable into it and the other end into a lamp that has a charging port. I waited for the lithium-ion battery to be fully charged as advised before its first use. That initial charging took about 30 minutes to rise from 54% to 100%, and it was easy to monitor the charging level, as the portable vacuum cordless is equipped with a high-definition smart digital display.

A hand-held vacuum has many advantages. It is small and lightweight, able to reach into corners and under tables and low-edged furniture. It’s the right size for small and specific cleaning tasks, areas that are too hard to reach, or projects that don’t require lugging out a full-sized big vacuum.

The Fanttik DynamicClean™ V10 offered an efficient, pleasant cleaning experience. The design which allows the vacuum to fold into itself as a tidy bundle means that its storage state is ideal for consumers who need to maximize space. To expand, just press the pivot button, rotate the extension to the desired angle, and decide on an appropriate brush — or not. With a total of 7 angles from which to choose, nearly any corner can be accessed, and the pull-out crevice tool alleviates extra leaning over into cramped spaces in the slits. Plus, the cyclonic action spins dust and debris away from the filter, keeping suction power strong and lasting.


I found using the Fanttik DynamicClean™ V10 a lot easier to use than a traditional vacuum. Maybe that’s because I don’t have a lot of rugs — I prefer a ceramic tile floor. The area rugs I do have are decorative and serve to set off different areas of a living room/ dining room combination. I liked how the vacuum’s lightweight nature made it convenient to carry around the condo and to do a quick clean, especially of furniture.

Fanttik DynamicClean™ V10 was quite efficient in the various challenges to which I put it:

  • granular buildup in the seams of a leather sofa;
  • spot cleaning on an area rug under a dining room table;
  • the interface between the area rug border and the ceramic floor;
  • pet hair that had rolled into an inaccessible corner;
  • dust bunnies under a king-sized bed;
  • kitchen crumbs tucked under lower kitchen cabinetry.

I could see myself grabbing the Fanttik DynamicClean vaccum in the future for some quick on-the-spot vacuuming. The different angles for the nozzle made it easy to get into pesky places. There is also a brush storage seat at the rear housing; I thought that was a good idea so that the brushes could be tucked away rather than lost.

I liked the two different speed options. All that was needed was to short press the speed switch button to high speed, or to press it again to switch back to low speed. With the Type-C charging port, I could charge in the condo, in my car, or on vacation, making it quite versatile.


I do wish the instructions had been written in a bit more sequential order. Since the Fanttik DynamicClean vaccum is so lightweight, it it especially appealing to females like me, but I don’t have a whole lot of background in How Things Work. I did have a hard time following the usage instructions after charging. I wonder if the directions weren’t translated from another language into English, which sometimes creates murky phrasing. Once I figured everything out, though, I realized that the device is quite simple to use.

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This article is sponsored by Fanttik. Fanttik provided the product free of charge to the author for the purposes of this review.

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Carolyn Fortuna

Carolyn Fortuna (they, them), Ph.D., is a writer, researcher, and educator with a lifelong dedication to ecojustice. Carolyn has won awards from the Anti-Defamation League, The International Literacy Association, and The Leavy Foundation. Carolyn is a small-time investor in Tesla and an owner of a Model Y as well as a Chevy Bolt. Please follow Carolyn on Twitter and Facebook.

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