Universal Vacuum Cleaner 37mm Crevice Tool

Stock Number: ES470630

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This product is compatible with:

  • Vacuum Cleaners - With Hoses Of A 37mm Diameter (Please See The Description)


Universal Vacuum Cleaner 37mm Crevice Tool

Have you lost the crevice tool for your vacuum? The crevice tool allows you to get into those awkward corners and is ideal for use inside cars down the sides of sofas and skirting boards. Once fitted to your vacuum dust and dirt will have no where to hide when you are getting the house clean!. Check out this replacement crevice tool, which will help you clean hard-to-reach areas with ease again.


  • This vacuum tool will fit all vacuums that have a 37mm connection
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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 3.6 out of 5 (37 customers)
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  • Limited usefulness

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    By - Southampton

    Whilst I'm pleased with the product itself, and it fits (Kind of) in the storage area in my vacuum cleaner, it doesn't fit onto the small head, which is really what I bought it for. It is also a wider grade pastic than the original so it's not so good at getting between the sofa cushions.
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    Spot-on as expected!! Super service. Never had any problems in the past and good service is the norm.
  • great

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    By - Tyne & wear

    Exactly what I needed. Perfect fit just as it aS advertised

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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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      The measurement in question is the outer diameter.


      By Mathew eSpares Staff - 22 October 2012