The 9 Best Desk Vacuums

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This wiki has been updated 16 times since it was first published in May of 2019. Looking for a simple way to keep your desk neat at all times? Then check out this list of mini vacuums. These handheld devices are designed to suck up all kinds of detritus quickly, from sandwich crumbs to paper chads, so you don't have to haul out the heavy-duty cleaning gear. They come in a variety of shapes and colors, and some are so cute, your coworkers might mistake them for decorations. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. E Ecsem Ladybug

2. Meco Mini

3. iDili Sweeper

Editor's Notes

May 10, 2019:

Desk vacuums offer an easy, affordable way to keep your home or office clean. Despite their size, many of the products in this list are capable of sucking up some of the peskiest debris out there, such as glitter and coffee grounds. We've tried to include a good balance of fun, design-oriented options, and understated models for folks who don't want to make a statement with their desk decor. There are also several rechargeables in addition to vacuums powered by disposable batteries. Two of the items chosen — the Livion Handheld and the Meco Keyboard — come with additional attachments for cleaning electronics and small, hard-to-reach spots.

4. Wrapables Animal

5. Odistar Cleaner

6. VesipaFly Cartoon

7. Meco Keyboard

8. Honbay Mushroom

9. Livion Handheld

Taber Koeghan
Last updated by Taber Koeghan

Taber is a writer from Santa Monica, CA, with a bachelor of arts in political science from the University of California, San Diego. After completing her degree, she began writing and editing copy for a host of high-traffic e-commerce websites. Her areas of expertise include the beauty, style, pet, and home products categories, and she has plenty of experience covering literature and art, too. Her personal interests in crafting and decorating inform her writing and -- she hopes -- add a good bit of insight to her work. Outside of copywriting, she is a reporter and columnist at a Los Angeles community newspaper and is currently pursuing a master of fine arts in creative writing.

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