The Bissell Zing vacuum is a simple canister model with a super low price tag of just $60. As far as looks go, this model is actually quite stylish. In this review of the Bissell Zing vacuum cleaner, I’ll be going over this model’s best and worst assets. Here’s a rundown of the features you’ll find on this unit: 10 amps of power, a 15 ft power cord, telescoping extension wand, crevice tool and brush, auto cord rewind, variable suction control, and it can work on both carpet and bare floors. Another nice thing about this vacuum is that it comes with six spare bags, which is nice because they can be a bit pricey.
Now let’s move onto the negative aspects of the Bissell Zing vacuum cleaner. I think the biggest complaint on this model is the super-short cord length. The manufacturer claims it’s 15 ft long, but a lot of users say it is even shorter – that’s a ridiculously short cord. Another complaint is that the suction power isn’t strong enough to get the dirt out of thicker carpets. Quite honestly, the suction isn’t all that good. It’s better than a stick vacuum, but that’s not saying a lot. While I really like the exterior look of the Bissell Zing, I’m a little less enthusiastic about the build quality. I guess you have to expect that with a cheaper vacuum though. Overall, this model is OK, just not spectacular. I’m giving this model a 3.8 / 5 star rating, because it’s still a decent model, especially for $60.