The Bissell Momentum vacuum is a super-popular upright model which touts the cyclonic technology as one of it’s main selling points. In this review, I’ll be going over the Bissell Momentum vacuum cleaner’s best and worst features – then deciding if it’s worth the nearly $100 price tag. Here’s a rundown of this unit’s best features: a washable premotor filter, HEPA filter, 30 foot power cord, a 15 inch cleaning path, motorized brush roll, 7 height adjustments for different types of flooring, easy empty dirt container, DirtLifter brush system, and a few extra attachments. The cyclonic cleaning technology on this vacuum is supposed to give it more suction power, and it’s actually fairly powerful for a mid-range model.
Now, onto the potential negative aspects of the Bissell Momentum vacuum. I’ve seen quite a few users complain about the stretch hose. It is made of sub-par material, and the suction power seems to diminish when you are using it. Another issue is how loud this model is. If you use it for too long, you may want to put in your earplugs. A couple other things: it’s a little bulkier than I’d like, and it can get clogged pretty easily if you have a lot of pet fur around. Overall, I’m pretty satisfied with the Bissell Momentum vacuum. I’m giving it a 4 / 5 star rating.