The Eureka Complete Clean vacuum is a canister model with a stylish exterior and a somewhat decent price tag of around $160 – depending where you buy it. In this review of the Eureka Complete Clean vacuum cleaner, I’ll go over this model’s strengths and weaknesses, then decide if it’s actually worth the price. As far as looks go, I think they did a pretty good job at making it attractive. Here’s a quick rundown of features you’ll get on this unit: a motorized brush roll with a on and off switch, telescopic wand, true HEPA filter, automatic cord rewind, a flip-bottom dust cup, and powerful cyclonic technology. This vacuum also comes with a couple extra on-board tools -Â a crevice tool, dusting brush and upholstery nozzle. While I wouldn’t consider this to be a lot of features, it does at least cover the basics and then some.
OK, onto the negative aspects of the Eureka Complete Clean vacuum. First off, I don’t like where the on-board tools are stored. Also, this vacuum is a little heavy at around 25 lbs. Another thing I don’t like is that the head is a little clunky and hard to control. The dirt also tends to get compressed into the canister, so you have to pull it out sometimes. Last thing I don’t like is that the power cord is a little too short for my liking. Overall, I’m not sure what to think of the Eureka Complete Clean vacuum cleaner. I do like a lot of features on this model, but there are quite a few things I’m not a big fan of as well. Because of that, I can only give it a 3.8 / 5 star rating.