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.