10 Best Bagless Vacuum Cleaners
Don’t let expense fool you when you are shopping for a vacuum cleaner. Just because Dyson, for example, costs much more than other brands, doesn’t necessarily mean it is any better than other brand’s top models. In fact many of the cheaper bagless vacuums performed as good, if not better than Dyson versions for hundreds of dollars less. Don’t get us wrong the Dyson models are very innovative, stylish, and perform quite well, but they also have the best marketing hype behind them which is why many people believe they must be the best.
In this review we primarily factored in carpet cleaning performance, bare floor cleaning ability, tool attachments, pet hair pickup, and price to come up with the top 10 best bagless vacuum cleaners.
The only slight negative is that it does not excel at collecting pet hair and there are also cheaper options available if price is a concern.
Overall this thing performs almost flawlessly, but you have to consider if the price is worth it to you since there are many cheaper options available.
We recommend this model if lighter weight and ease of use is a priority to you and you do not have pets.
While not up to par with the top performing models on this list, it is still an incredible bargain at this price.
User reviews were not quite as positive, however, with an average rating of 3.8 on Amazon. Some complaints included short power cord and hose, dust escaping out the back on smooth floors, cheaply made, and noisy.
However, on the downside it was not designed for pet hair and struggles picking it up. Carpet cleaning is also just average.
The main drawback to the UH72400, and what prevented us from rating it higher, is that the tool airflow is really lacking. The hose just doesn’t suck like other top performers, but if you need a lightweight, solid bagless vacuum then this Hoover model is still quite good.