If you\u2019re sick of unsuccessfully picking up sawdust and wood chips, then you need the best shop vac for the job: the DeWalt Vacuum. It not only sucks up large debris, thanks to its 6.5 peak horsepower, but also does a swell job cleaning up wet messes. It even has a built-in blower port!\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - DeWalt Vacuum\r\nOperating with 6.5 peak horsepower and 16 gallon capacity, the DeWalt Vacuum is ruggedly built to tackle large pick-up jobs, like wood chips, blow away sawdust, or suck up a water spill.\r\n\r\nPower\r\nThe DeWalt DXV16PA Corded Wet Dry Vacuum needs a lot of power to pull off everything it can do. So what did DeWalt do? They added 6.5 peak horsepower to it, giving it excellent suction power, a must-have for picking up wood chips and water. The Bosch Vacuum, however, has the unique ability of sucking up dust while power tools are in operation.\r\nSpeed & Efficiency\r\nHaving a Dewalt Vacuum DXV16PA is far more efficient than a DeWalt cordless vacuum like the DeWalt DCV581H Cordless Wet Dry Vacuum, which uses a lithium ion to power its functions. This is because power is constant, while battery-powered models suffer from waning performance.\r\nBin Capacity & Maintenance\r\nTypical of shop vacs, the DeWalt Vacuum has an enormous 16-gallon capacity, three times more than the Karcher WD4. That\u2019s a lot of debris and water to collect, so make full use of it. However, debris is collected inside a dust bag. That reduces maintenance significantly, but at a price.\r\nDurability\r\nIt\u2019s not that the DeWalt Max Cordless Corded Shop Vacuum isn\u2019t durable, it\u2019s just that the DeWalt Vacuum DXV16PA is more so. It\u2019s handling a lot more debris than its cordless brother, with thick rubber casters and large wheels to keep it moving along without a fuss. The Ridgid Vacuum Cleaner, however, is stainless steel.\r\nValue\r\nLike DeWalt power tools, you can\u2019t argue with the vacuum\u2019s value here. A 16-gallon shop vac that can suck up water, debris, and be used as a blower? And it\u2019s under $200? Sign us up! That alone is price of admission. However, you\u2019ll have to purchase filter bags along the way. It\u2019s unavoidable.\r\nDeWalt Vacuum Wrap Up\r\nPicking up a DeWalt Vacuum is like getting a hold of a golden egg; it provides so much for such an affordable price. Where else are you going to find a 16-gallon, 6.5 peak horsepower shop vac that can suck up water and dirt, while also having a built-in blower for under $200? All you have to worry about is purchasing dust bags.