The Bissell Pet Hair Eraser vacuum is a very popular upright model, which currently sells for around $140. This model is definitely meant for pet owners. In this review of the Bissell Pet Hair Eraser vacuum cleaner, we’ll go over this model’s strengths and weaknesses. First off, here’s a rundown of the best features found on this unit: a HEPA media filter, easy empty dirt container, two-stage cyclonic action for more suction power, dual edge cleaning, and of course the pet contour tool, which helps pull pet hair out of hard-to-reach areas. The style of this vacuum is actually not bad. In fact, it’s a lot better than most models in this price range.
Now we’ll go over the potential negative aspects of the Bissell Pet Hair Eraser vacuum. For the most part, people love this model. However, I’ve come across more than a few users who say that it loses major suction power after about a year – which seems a little troubling. Also, the filters need washed after every use or the suction power will go down. Another thing is that the upper container gets hair in it, and is harder to take off than the lower container. While the Bissell Pet Hair Eraser vacuum cleaner does come with the pet contour tool, I wish there were a couple other attachments for getting into even tighter areas. Overall, I still really like this model a lot. It’s reasonably priced, and has superb suction power (even if it may not last forever). I’m giving it a 4 / 5 star rating.