The Sharper Image Automotive Power Vac
Use this portable, compact auto vacuum from The Sharper Image® to suck up dust and dirt from your car's carpeting, dashboard, upholstery and console. You can also reach into the backseat and trunk thanks to a 9-foot long, 12-volt power cord that you plug into your car's lighter socket. This lightweight unit also comes with a convenient crevice tool to enable you to get to those deep, hard-to-clean areas. Made of sturdy, ABS plastic for lasting use. Vacuum also has a comfort-grip handle and easy-empty, pop-open dirt trap. Imported.
The Sharper Image Automotive Power Vac 6 6
Works but Fragile It has a nice long cord and does a decent job vacuuming up all of the pine needles and cat hair in my new car. Doesn't quite get everything. The extender thing for getting in the nooks and crannies is fairly useless. Stows away nice and easy. When emptying the cup it was awkward to close the unit without the filter falling out. Ended up breaking off a small piece after the first use. March 21, 2013
Don't bother Received as a gift and I have to agree with previous reviewer. The only positives I've seen are that it's lightweight and compact. Unfortunately, it is woefully underpowered and poorly designed. It may be the fabric of my car seats, but I had trouble picking up even the smallest bits of dirt, sand and salt. Would not recommend to anyone. February 23, 2013
Pretty Much Useless I bought this thinking it would be handy for touch-ups between car washes. Unfortunately this little vacuum is so underpowered that it's basically useless. You have to hold the vacuum over a piece of dust; sweeping over the area just doesn't work. The crevice tool makes it even worse. If this hadn't been so cheap I would return it. February 6, 2013
Does The Trick For quick cleanups like crumbs or dirt, this thing does the trick. It's not going to clean your car the way a big vacuum would, but it's great for everyday use. I keep it in the trunk and use it when my kids get food all over the back seat, which is a lot. January 14, 2013