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Morphy Richards 732000 Supervac 2-in-1 Rechargeable Cordless Vacuum Cleaner Review

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91AXZL7kHUL._SL1500_The Morphy Richards 732000 Supervac 2-in-1 Rechargeable Cordless Vacuum Cleaner is a great looking cordless vacuum, is compact and enables all the ease of use and functionality of a traditional upright mains vacuum because the detachable handheld unit can be easily docked into the main body which has a swivel head making cleaning in tight spots much easier. Like many of the cordless vacuums available the Morphy Richards 732000 Supervac 2-in-1 also features a docking station which incorporates charging and accessory storage functionality all-in-one.

Morphy Richards 732000 Supervac 2-in-1 Main Features

  • 2-in-1 vacuum cleaner – You get a detachable handheld cordless vacuum that you can use for stairs cleaning. After you have finished the cordless handheld can then be docked into a larger upright body giving you the functionality and ease of use of a mains powered upright, pretty neat and this is a plus point for me.
  • Efficient Storage – The entire cordless vacuum stores as one single unit and you can collapse the handle which is great in a space saving environment.
  • Swivel Steering – Get into those tight spots under furniture etc.
  • Easy Emptying – The dust container removes quickly and easily and you can then empty the contents into a bin.
  • Accessories – You get plenty of accessories which include a crevice tool, upholstery nozzle and dusting brush which is for use on the handheld cordless vacuum.

Morphy Richards 732000 Supervac 2-in-1 Specs

  • Battery– 14.4v
  • Weight – 3KG
  • Suction Power – 100 AW (air watts)
  • Container Total Volume – 0.3 litres
  • Run Time – 20 mins
  • Charging Time  – 4.5-5 hrs

Morphy Richards 732000 Supervac 2-in-1 Images

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Morphy Richards 732000 Supervac 2-in-1 Whats In The Box

  • Morphy Richards Supervac 2 in 1 Vacuum Cleaner
  • Crevice Tool
  • Upholstery Brush
  • Dusting Brush
  • Instruction Booklet
  • Docking Station

Morphy Richards 732000 Supervac 2-in-1 Pros vs Cons

tick Pros:

  • Low priced.
  • Powerful 100 AW (air watts) suction power.
  • 2-in-1 design giving you the ease and portability of a handheld vacuum which can be docked into a fully functional upright vacuum cleaner which makes it a very versatile vacuum cleaner.
  • Compact docking station allowing easy charging and storage of all accessories.
  • Swivel steering allowing easy cleaning of hard to reach areas.
  • Easy emptying of dust container contents.

cross Cons:

  •  Non motorised brush head unlike Dyson’s offerings.
  • Small dust container only 0.3 litre.
  • 20 minutes run time which isn’t enough to clean your entire house, so ideal for a couple of rooms only?

Morphy Richards 732000 Supervac 2-in-1 Videos

Morphy Richards 732000 Supervac 2-in-1 Conclusion

I really like this cordless vacuum cleaner and one the the main reasons for this is the 2-in-1 design which I believe many other manufacturers would consider when designing a cordless vacuum cleaner. The current price is £79.99 which I think is a bargain for what you get.


I welcome any comments about the Morphy Richards 732000 Supervac 2-in-1.

  1. Chantay Ungerleider Chantay Ungerleider

    Hello! I just would like to give a huge thumbs up for the great info you have here on this post. I will be coming back to your blog for more soon.

  2. Lynn Lynn

    This is a comment/query for the reviewer on Best Cordless Cleaner Vacuum site please:
    I am confused about the main brush head as Morphy Richards lists the brush head as motorised but you state it’s non motorised and I’m not sure which is correct?
    Please can you also advise on how soft or firm the bristles are on the HANDHELD VAC DUST BRUSH ? ie is it soft enough to be used on glass or delicate ornaments without leaving fine scratch lines?
    Many thanks ☺

    • Daniel Daniel

      Hi Lynn,

      Thanks for your comment. That must be an error on our part, I’m pretty sure its motorised. I wouldn’t advise using any motorised tool on delicate surfaces.

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