LOOK! Mini desk vacuum cleaners... perfect for cleaning your keyboard

These mini desk vacuum cleaners make an easy job of de-crumbing your workspace post-lunchtime. We can almost guarantee everyone in the office will be wanting a go...

EEEKIT mini desk vacuum cleaner
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Forever eating lunch at your desk? These mini desk vacuum cleaners are a must-have if you like a clean work station (and who doesn't?). It's also great to give as a gimmicky gift. Got a teen who's just started college? With a mini vacuum they can snack at their laptop. Back to school? This may be the only way to ensure their locker is immaculate.

How does a mini desk vacuum cleaner work? Some are battery powered, others work via USB. Just the same as a normal vacuum, they can be used to suck up crumbs and other debris, but at a much smaller scale. You could also use one to delicately clean a console, a camera or even an appliance such as the hob. A game changer...

Want one? We knew it. Scroll to shop the best options on the web today. On a serious note: here are our best (full-size) vacuums for 2019.


EEEKIT Mini Vacuum Cleaner @ Walmart | $16.15 $8.97 (opens in new tab)
Want a mini desk vacuum cleaner but not so happy about using something that's an eye sore? We get it. This mini vacuum comes in your choice of black, pink or green and it kind of looks like a mini robot vacuum (cute). It requires just two *AA batteries to work, and can be used all around the home including on furniture.


Henry Novelty Vacuum Cleaner @ Amazon | $19.98 (opens in new tab)
Eat your sandwich worry-free thanks to the Henry mini vacuum. It's battery powered, it comes with two different attachments (one for getting in between the creases of your keyboard) and it has a little motor inside to make it actually sound like a vacuum. That's not annoying to other co-workers at all...


EEEKIT USB Mini Vacuum Cleaner @ Walmart | $5.97 (opens in new tab)
This mini desk vacuum cleaner requires only a USB port to work. It comes with two different attachments: one for sucking and one for brushing. For those harder to see areas, this mini machine features a light to help guide you to crumbs.

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