Universal Vacuum Cleaner 37mm Crevice Tool

Stock Number: ES470630

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Rated 3.5 out of 5 (34 customer reviews)

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Description

Universal Vacuum Cleaner 37mm Crevice Tool

If you've lost or damaged your vacuum cleaner's crevice tool, you have come to the right place - eSpares has exactly what you need. Check out this replacement crevice tool, which will help you clean hard-to-reach areas with ease again.

Specification:

  • This vacuum tool will fit all vacuums that have a 37mm connection
  • Black

This is a compatible spare suitable for most vacuum cleaners. Please make sure your vacuum cleaner has a 37mm external fit onto the hose/extension tube.

 

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Rated 3.5 out of 5 (34 customer reviews)
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    By - UK

    Plastic was thin, shape distorted when received and cracked along mold join line. Rather than go through a tiresome returns procedure, I taped it up and will be careful when using it.
  • great service and fast delivery

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    By - Argyll

    exactly what I needed; no fuss ordering; fast delivery; excellent follow-up.... what's not to like?
  • Universal crevice tool for Bosch vacuum cleaner

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    By - Haverfordwest

    Very prompt service, and quality good, but the 'universal' tool did not fit my cleaner (which was listed as being suitable) and needed a home-made collar to fit. Works well now.

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  • Q Is the 37mm measurement an internal or external diameter 1 Answer

    By Anonymous - 19 October 2012

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      Hi

      The measurement in question is the outer diameter.

      Thanks.

      By Mathew eSpares Staff - 22 October 2012