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Fein Turbo I and Fein Turbo II Dust Collectors

Fein Turbo II

The Fein Turbo I and II  have been updated to be even better than the previous models. These compact wet/dry vacuums are designed to be powerful, mobile, and quiet (relatively speaking, of course). Fein has definitely improved the power over the previous model. Power consumption went from 1050 watts to a full 1100. Suction capacity is up to 151 cubic feet per minute compared to 116 CFM previously. The static water lift has also been improved from 90 inches to 98.4. We did a head to head test of the previous model against several other dust extraction systems, and you can see how it performed here.


The length of the cord and hose combined give you a pretty generous reach of about 30 feet. There is a tool coupling that comes with the Fein Turbo for connecting to the dust extraction port found on many power tools. It also has suction control built into it so you can dial in what you need without going overboard. An Autostart outlet on the front includes a start up delay that prevents power spikes from damaging equipment. The design of the wheels allows them to freely move 360 degree which makes the unit easy to maneuver.  The top is built to act as a small storage area and the attachment organizer features a hook to hold the wrapped cord and hose.


Fein Turbo I Specs

Fein Turbo I
  • Power Consumption: 1100 watts
  • Suction: 151 cubic feet per minute
  • Static Water Lift: 98.4 inches
  • Capacity: 5.8 gallons
  • Weight: 17.9 pounds
  • Cord Length: 19.7 feet
  • Included: 35 mm diameter/4 m long hose, tool coupling with suction control, filter bag, filter
  • Warranty: 3 year limited

Fein Turbo II Specs

Fein Turbo II
  • Power Consumption: 1100 watts
  • Suction: 151 cubic feet per minute
  • Static Water Lift: 98.4 inches
  • Capacity: 8.4 gallons
  • Weight: 20 pounds
  • Cord Length: 19.7 feet
  • Included: 35 mm diameter/4 m long hose, tool coupling with suction control, filter bag, filter
  • Warranty: 3 year limited

Available Fein Turbo Units and Sets

Fein Turbo Accessories
  • Order Number 72 294 26 3: Fein Turbo I with the Original MultiMaster FMM 350 Q
  • Order Number 9 20 27 236 09 0: Turbo I
  • Order Number 9 20 27  060 09 0: Turbo I set with Accessory Set
  • Order Number 9 20 28 236 09 0: Turbo II
  • Order Number 9 20 28  060 09 0: Turbo II set with Accessory Set
  • Order Number 9 20 28 236 99 0: Turbo II HEPA
  • Order Number 9 20 28  060 99 0: Turbo II HEPA set with Accessory Set
  • Order Number 3 13 45 071 02 0: Accessory Set with 2 suction tubes, combination nozzle, crevice nozzle, dusting brush, and elbow

We’re working on getting one of these in for review, so keep your eyes open for that in the near future. For more information, check out Fein’s website by clicking here!

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