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, stretch hose, automatic cord rewind, and a 30 ft power cord. As you can see, this vacuum is loaded pretty well with quality features. The dust compacting technology is actually very useful, because you cut back on emptying the container by 2/3.
OK, onto the negative aspects of the LG LuV200R vacuum. For one thing, this model is quite heavy. While this could mean it’s constructed well, it also makes it a little more difficult to drag up and down stairs. Another issue is that some users report that the buttons tend to get jammed down at times. This isn’t a major issue, but could be annoying at times. Also, the hose doesn’t stretch quite as well as I had hoped. Lastly, the price is going to be a little high for most people. Sure, the LG LuV200R vacuum cleaner is cheaper than a Dyson, but it’s still on the expensive side. As you can see, I don’t have too much to complain about with this model – which is why I’m giving it a 4.3 / 5 star rating.
The LG Kompressor Plus LUV400T vacuum is a high-end bagless model, currently selling for around $500. I have to admit, it’s one of the better looking models out there. In this review of the LG Kompressor Plus LUV400T vacuum cleaner, I’ll go over the positive and negative aspects of this model, then decide if it’s worth the higher price tag. Here’s a quick rundown of the best features found on this unit: washable HEPA filter, a 40 ft power cord, a detachable wand with 15 ft of reach, four floor height adjustments, a pet hair turbine tool, headlight, powerful dirt compacting technology, plus a couple other useful attachments. There are a couple features on this vacuum that I wish more manufacturers would take notice of – such as the 40 ft power cord and detachable wand. These two features alone make this unit very unique and impressive.
OK, onto the negative aspects of the LG Kompressor Plus LUV400T vacuum. There are just a few things I wish they would change about this model. First off, the suction on carpet is great, but it could definitely be better. Another thing is I wish it were self-propelled. This would really help when pushing it along. Also, the smaller head doesn’t pick up bigger items too well. However, this usually isn’t a problem if you run over it first with the main vacuum cleaner. Lastly, the price is a little higher than I normally like to pay. Overall, the LG Kompressor Plus LUV400T is a superb model. Even though the price is a little high, I think it’s worth every penny. I’m giving this model a 4.5 / 5 star rating.
The LG LUV300B vacuum is a very stylish upright model, which also goes by the Kompressor Plus name. As it’s name suggests, this model compresses the dirt to hold more. In this review of the LG LUV300B vacuum cleaner, we’ll go over this model’s strengths and weaknesses, then decide if it’s worth the hefty price of nearly $300 (depending on where you buy it). Here’s a rundown of what you can expect to find on this unit: power control settings on the wand, true HEPA filter, Asthma and Allergy Foundation certified, crevice tool and 2-in-1 upholstery tool, 40 ft power cord, pet hair turbine tool, dust compacting technology so you have to empty the dirt container less, and a detachable wand with 15 ft hose. I love all the extra touches they thought of for this vacuum. The 40 power cord and detachable wand are so practical, yet hardly any other model’s have these features.
Now we’ll go over any negative aspects the LG LUV300B vacuum may have. One thing is that it weighs quite a bit, and can be a little tough to push around at times. I also wish it had a light to help reach the darker corners of the house. Another thing is that the smaller head doesn’t pick up any larger items, and will end up blocking the brush bar. Even though the price is a little higher, I don’t think it’s overly much – so I wouldn’t consider that too much of a weakness. Overall, I like the LG LUV300B vacuum cleaner a lot. It has a lot of useful and innovative features, and so I think it deserves a 4.5 / 5 star rating.
The LG Kompressor Pet Care vacuum is a fairly stylish upright model, which is definitely geared towards pet owners. It is a little more expensive – at just under $300. In this review of the LG Kompressor Pet Care vacuum cleaner, I’ll go over this model’s strengths and weaknesses. Here’s a rundown of it’s best features: dust compacting technology (hence the name), vertical cyclone system, auto rewind cord, a large dust bin, HEPA filter, crevice and dusting brush tools, telescopic wand and of course the pet hair turbine tool. This tool is pretty cool, it’s an air powered brush that removes hair from various types of carpet and upholstery.
Now, let’s move on to the negative aspects of the LG Kompressor Pet Care vacuum. The overall build-quality seems good, but there are a couple parts which seem a little flimsy. I also don’t like the fact that the retractable cord comes out the bottom of the vacuum. It can be a tripping hazard if you don’t watch yourself. Lastly, I think the LG Kompressor Pet Care is just a bit too heavy. Normally this wouldn’t be a problem, but if you have stairs it could be an issue. Overall, I really like this model a lot and am giving it a 4.5 / 5 star rating.
The LG Kompressor Plus vacuum is a bagless upright model with a lot of style. It gets it’s name from the way it compresses dust together, so you don’t have to empty the container nearly as much. In this review of the LG Kompressor Plus vacuum cleaner, I’ll be going over some of it’s best and worst features to decide if it’s worth the $400 price tag. First off, here’s a rundown of the great features you’ll find on this model: a very wide suction area, a click ‘n go attachment wand, crevice tool, upholstery tool, pet hair turbine tool, vertical cyclone technology, HEPA filter, large dust bin, a super-long 40 ft power cord, and wand power controls so you don’t have to go back to the base. I also love the fact that it’s certified by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America – meaning, it passed their tests for removing dust particles, etc.
Now, onto the negative aspects of the LG Kompressor Plus vacuum. The fact that this model weighs 22 lbs is definitely going to be an issue for some people – especially if you have to take it up and down stairs. The $400 price tag will be a problem for some buyers as well. Lastly, I wish it had a retractable power cord. It can be a pain to wind up 40 ft of cord. Overall, the LG Kompressor Plus is a great vacuum, even with the few flaws it has. I’m giving it a 4.5 / 5 star rating.