Dirt Devil Vision Canister

Published on January 15, 2011, by in Canister, Dirt Devil.

The Dirt Devil Vision Canister vacuum is a bagless model with a pretty stylish red and silver exterior. This model is also designed specifically with pet owners in mind. In this review of the Dirt Devil Vision Canister vacuum cleaner, I’ll go over this model’s strengths and weaknesses, then decide if it’s worth buying. You can currently get this unit for around $125. Here’s a rundown of the features you’ll find on-board this model: a 6 ft stretch hose, auto cord rewind, HEPA filter, a turbo brush carpet nozzle, crevice tool, dusting brush, upholstery brush, aluminum wand, 20 ft power cord, and variable speed controls. The non-marring wheels on this vacuum are pretty neat, and

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Hoover Pet Rewind Plus

Published on January 6, 2011, by in Hoover, Upright.

The Hoover Pet Rewind Plus vacuum is a bagless upright model, designed specifically for animal owners. The exterior is nice looking, but possibly on the bulky side. In this review of the Pet Rewind Plus, I’ll go over this model’s strengths and weaknesses, then decide if it’s worth buying. Currently, it’s selling for around $160 – which is very reasonable when compared to similar models. Here’s a rundown of the main features you’ll find on this unit: a no-scuff bumper, 5 height setting adjustments, a 28 ft power cord, power controls at your fingertips, auto rewind cord, Pet Power Brush, a brush roll with an on and off switch, and this vacuum also features the

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Bissell Heavy Duty Review

Published on January 4, 2011, by in Bissell, Upright.

The Bissell Heavy Duty is an upright model, which as the name suggests, is supposed to provide deep cleaning to your dirty floors and carpets. In this review of the Heavy Duty vacuum cleaner, I’ll go over this model’s strengths and weaknesses, then decide if it’s worth buying. As far as looks go, it’s actually quite sleek and stylish – which is not always the case with models from this manufacturer. Here’s a quick rundown of features you’ll find on this unit: non-stop suction, HEPA media filter, 9x Multi-Cyclonic action, 15 inch cleaning path, multi-brush bar system with on and off switch, a 30 ft power cord, dual edge cleaning, easy empty dirt container, 7

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Eureka ReadyForce – The Slim Canister

Published on January 4, 2011, by in Best, Canister, Eureka.

The Eureka ReadyForce vacuum is a canister model with a slim, yet attractive red exterior. Currently, you can buy it for around $60, which isn’t a bad deal. In my review of the Eureka ReadyForce, I’ll go over this unit’s positive and negative aspects, then decide if it’s worth buying. As you can imagine, this cheaper model does not have a lot of extra features on board. Here’s a quick rundown of what to expect when you buy this unit: automatic cord rewind, allergen filter, suction control switch, crevice tool, dusting brush, upholstery nozzle, and it also comes with a spare bag. At 16 lbs, this canister vacuum isn’t super light – but it’s definitely

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Dirt Devil Jaguar Power Pak

Published on January 2, 2011, by in Canister, Dirt Devil.

The Dirt Devil Jaguar Power Pak is a canister model with specially designed Motor-guard technology and a 12 amp motor, to give it some extra power. In this review of the Dirt Devil Jaguar Power Pak vacuum cleaner, I’ll go over this model’s positive and negative aspects, then decide if it’s worth buying. Currently, you can buy this model for around $180 – which is probably on the expensive side for what it is. Here’s a rundown of the features found on it: automatic cord rewind, HEPA filter, bag indicator light, variable speed controls, motorized brush roll with on and off switch, Motor-guard technology, 12 amp motor, crevice tool, dusting brush, swivel casters, upholstery brush,

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Best Vacuum For Hardwood Floors

Published on January 2, 2011, by in Best.

Choosing the best vacuum for hardwood floors is not always easy. A lot of vacuum cleaners have great suction, but when it comes to hardwood they just spread the dirt around. Not a good situation. Well, we did a little research for you, and here are the top 3 best models for hardwood floors we could find (the first is for smaller homes, the second is heavy duty for larger homes & the third is an all-around vacuum for people with both carpet and hardwood floors): Electrolux Ergorapido 2-in-1: This little vacuum cleaner is great on hardwood floors, and works especially well picking up pet hair. Also, it can come apart so you have a

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Dyson DC23 Animal – Pet Owners Dream

Published on January 2, 2011, by in Canister, Dyson.

The Dyson DC23 Animal vacuum is a canister model, which is made specifically for pet owners. The super compact size makes this model very easy to store. In my review of the Dyson DC23 Animal, I’ll go over this model’s strengths and weaknesses, then decide if it’s worth the $500 price tag. Since this unit is so small, it can feel a little awkward handing over this much cash – so we’ll dig a little deeper and see why someone would want to pay so much for such a small canister model. For one thing, this manufacturer has perfected the art of making their units look sleek and stylish. As far as features go, here’s

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Electrolux EL6988E – Oxygen Canister

Published on December 31, 2010, by in Canister, Electrolux.

The Electrolux EL6988E is a canister model, also known as the Oxygen. You can currently get it for around $300, so it’s definitely on the higher end. In this review of the Electrolux EL6988E vacuum cleaner, I’ll go over this canister model’s strengths and weaknesses, then decide if it’s worth spending the extra money. As far as looks go, I think this unit is beautiful. They did a wonderful job at making it attractive – both in design and color combination. Here’s quick rundown of features found on this model: a telescoping wand with three attachments, HEPA filter, headlight, 3 floor height adjustments, retractable cord, V belt technology, fingertip controls, electronic dust bag indicator, and

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Hoover Elite Cyclonic

Published on December 29, 2010, by in Canister, Hoover.

The Hoover Elite Cyclonic is a canister vacuum, which is actually quite stylish. Currently it’s priced around $200, so it’s not super cheap. In my review of the Hoover Elite Cyclonic, I’ll go over this model’s strengths and weaknesses, then decide if it’s a good buy. As I just mentioned, I think they did a wonderful job on the exterior – it looks very stylish and the colors are great. Here’s a quick rundown of the features you’ll get with this unit: motorized brush roll, headlight, retractable power cord, stretch hose, telescoping wand with multiple attachment tools, 12 amp motor, 25 ft power cord, HEPA filter, fingertip controls, and an easy-empty dirt container. What I

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LG LuV200R – A Vacuum for Animal Owners

Published on December 28, 2010, by in LG, Upright.

The LG LuV200R vacuum is a powerful new bagless model, which is geared especially towards pet owners. Even though this model is a little bigger, it’s still very stylish. In this review of the LG LuV200R, I’ll go over this unit’s strengths and weaknesses, then decide if it’s worth spending the extra money. While this isn’t the most expensive model in this manufacturer’s line-up, it will still cost you around $300. Here’s a quick rundown of the features you’ll get with this unit: Dual Force suction, Kompressor dust compacting technology, HEPA filter, pet hair turbine tool, a brush roll with on and off switch, floor height adjustments, telescoping wand with multiple attachments, motor overload protection,

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Bissell Velocity Vacuum Cleaner

Published on December 27, 2010, by in Bissell, Upright.

The Bissell Velocity is an upright model, which is specially designed to get extra power from it’s two-stage cyclonic action. In this review of the Bissell Velocity vacuum cleaner, I’ll go over this model’s strengths and weaknesses, then decide if this is indeed worth the money. You can currently get this model for around $130, so it’s not overly expensive – but, the question is whether it actually works well. Here’s a quick rundown of the features you’ll find on this unit: a powerful 12 amp motor, HEPA media filter, 15 inch cleaning path, multi-cyclonic action, 35 ft power cord, rotating brush bars, easy-empty dirt container, 7 surface height adjustments, headlight, and an extension wand

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Eureka FilterAir Review

Published on December 26, 2010, by in Eureka, Upright.

The Eureka FilterAir vacuum is made specifically to help reduce allergens, while at the same time getting your house cleaner. In this review, I’ll go over the positive and negative aspects of this model, then decide if it’s worth the $160 price tag. Here’s a quick rundown of the features you’ll find on this unit: a brush roll on and off switch, HEPA filtration and Power Paw, dual edge cleaners, flip-bottom dust cup, telescoping wand with crevice and dusting brush tools, 30 ft power cord, a 15 inch cleaning path, and multiple height adjustments. The exterior of this vacuum looks nice enough, but I wouldn’t say it’s anything too eye-catching. OK, onto the negative aspects

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Dyson DC28 Animal Review

Published on December 25, 2010, by in Dyson, Upright.

The Dyson DC28 Animal is an upright model, which is designed specifically with pet owners in mind. It also features Airmuscle technology for cleaning up pet hair. In this review of the Dyson DC28 Animal vacuum cleaner, I’ll go over this model’s strengths and weaknesses, then decide if it’s worth the nearly $600 price tag. What I really like about the technology on this unit is that it actually brings the head closer to the floor, which allows you to get a very thorough cleaning. Here’s a quick rundown of the features found on this model: fingertip controls, quick-draw telescoping wand, a 35 ft power cord HEPA filter, edge cleaning, brush bar on and off

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Bissell PowerForce – Inexpensive and Powerful

Published on December 24, 2010, by in Bissell, Upright.

My short Bissell PowerForce review: The Bissell PowerForce vacuum (6585 model) is well under $100, yet provides a lot of features normally only found on higher end machines. The on-board tools work great for cleaning up hard-to-reach areas. It also has 5 height adjustments (for use on carpet or bare floors), a 30 foot cord, deluxe stretch hose and HEPA filtration system. A lot of pet owners are saying how well it works at sucking up pet hair. So, you can see what I mean by having more features than a normal $65 vacuum cleaner might have. Suction on the Bissell PowerForce is great. However, quite a number of users are complaining about the loss

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Oreck XL Gold Review

Published on December 23, 2010, by in Oreck, Upright.

The Oreck XL Gold is an upright vacuum, which is on the higher-end of the series. At just under $500, this is definitely a very pricey model. In this review of the Oreck XL Gold, I’ll go over the positive and negative aspects of owning this unit. While the price of this model is definitely higher than your average upright, this manufacturer is known to make very high quality items. First off, here’s a rundown of the features you’ll get on this unit: microban protection, 6 year warranty, a two-speed power switch, twin LED headlights, 30 ft power cord, an ergonomic handle, 6 free annual tune-ups, and it only weighs 9 lbs. Another cool thing

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