The Hoover Pet Cyclonic vacuum is part of the Windtunnel family, but geared specifically for pet owners. I think the maroon and gray colored exterior looks classy. In this review of the Hoover Pet Cyclonic vacuum cleaner, I’ll go over the best and worst this model has to offer, then decide if it’s worth the $170 asking price. First off, here’s a rundown of the better features found on this unit: a hand-held turbo brush powered by the suction, lifetime HEPA filter, headlight, 28 ft power cord, automatic cord rewind, 1-touch brush roll control, dual stage cyclonic technology, a bottom-release dirt container, wand and stretch hose, 15 inch cleaning path, crevice tool and a dusting brush. This is not a bad set of features on this vacuum, but it’s not overly impressive either.
OK, onto the negative aspects of the Hoover Pet Cyclonic vacuum. First off, the filter can be a little hard to get to and a pain to clean off. Also, I’m not a huge fan of the hand-held turbo brush. Since it’s one of the main selling points of this model, I was hoping it would work spectacularly, but it’s just average in my opinion. Another thing is that it’s a little heavy, especially if you are trying to lug it up and down stairs. It would also have been nice to have an extra extension for the hose.The dirt container can be a little messy to empty as well. Overall, I’m quite impressed with the suction power and ease of use with the Hoover Pet Cyclonic vacuum cleaner. It does have some short comings, but it’s still a pretty good unit. I’m giving it a 3.8 / 5 star rating.