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Vacuums are one household appliance that always seems to be a source of frustration. While there are no guarantees, a little research beforehand can go a long way towards alleviating some of that disappointment.

Here are some of the best options , covering the inexpensive or high-end, the small or heavy-duty, or a smart vacuum robot that can do the cleaning for you.

Bissell 9595A CleanView Best Vacuum Cleaner Under 100

If you’re looking to keep things under $100 while still getting a full-size vacuum, Bissell’s 9595A CleanView is one of the better-selling and better-reviewed (four out of five stars after more than 11,000 reviews) options among Amazon customers. It’s bagless and has a washable filter, and includes the usual basic attachments to clean upholstery and get in all the nooks and crannies around your house.

It can also be used with Febreze’s scented vacuum filters if you’re looking to further freshen your room while you clean.

Shark Navigator Lift-Away Best Vacuum Cleaner Under 200

You can easily spend many hundreds of dollars on a vacuum cleaner, but you can get one that’ll do the job for years to come for much cheaper.

Getcleaningdone has repeatedly picked the $150 Shark Navigator Lift-Away as its favorite in recent years, and found it to perform better than some more expensive vacuums. It’s bagless, and has a 2-in-1 design that’ll give you more versatility than a standard upright vacuum. And what's more, despite its relatively low cost, it comes with a generous five-year warranty.

Dyson Ball Animal 2 Upright Vacuum Under 400

It’s hard to ignore Dyson when vacuum shopping, even if it’s just to glance at the company’s distinct offerings before settling on something more affordable. But if you are looking to make a more significant investment in a vacuum—and especially if you have pets—something like the Dyson Ball Animal 2 is unlikely to disappoint. It’s self-adjusting cleaner head will let you easily go from one type of floor to another, and the included accessories will let you keep your stairs and furniture free of pet hair as well.

Miele Complete C3 Marin

It may make even Dysons seem affordable by comparison, but if you’re looking to spare no expense in keeping your home dust and pet hair-free, Miele’s Complete C3 Marin vacuum could be just what you’re after.

It’s Consumer Reports’ top pick for canister vacuums, getting high marks not just for its cleaning ability but for its relatively low noise output as well. If you’re looking for something a bit more affordable, the Miele Compact C2 Electro+ ($600) is a step down and also well-reviewed by Getcleaningdone and others.

Kenmore 81614 Bagged Canister Vac

Kenmore’s vacuums are another that tend to be generally well-reviewed, and the company’s 81614 Bagged Canister Vac in particular is a top seller on Amazon and highly rated by Consumer Reports. It uses a two-motor system for added power that Kenmore says will never cause the vacuum to lose suction, and it provides full HEPA filtration to minimize dust and allergens.

Like many canister vacuums, the main unit itself conveniently stores all of the attachments, and it has an automatic cord rewind to avoid any entanglements.

iRobot Roomba 960

Robot vacuums are a whole other category unto themselves, but if you’re looking for one that will let you sit back and handle most jobs that you can throw at it, iRobot’s Roomba 960 is tough to beat. It’s a top pick of PCMag, The Wirecutter, Getcleaningdone and others. It can be controlled with your smartphone or smart assistant (either Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant), and offers up to 75 minutes of runtime before it automatically recharges itself.

iRobot Roomba 960 was especially impressed with the robot’s low noise output, as well as its smarts, which are aided by a camera that helps to keep it from banging into furniture.
 
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I got a Filter Queen Majestic 360 off ebay about 8 years ago, it was about $350, reconditioned, used.
I used the Filter Queen System to vacuum customers homes and my home.
Only problem I had was the wire in the power head gooseneck started to short out.
I spliced the wires and used electrical take to fix it, no problems since.
 
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I have a Hoover WindTunnel 3 High Performance Pet. It has excellent suction and is bagless. On the negative it feels flimsy but has not missed a beat in over 2 years. It does fine with pet hair but can get clogged up pretty fast. Now, as soon as the bin is 3/4 full, I empty it, and that seems to keep it clear. I think a Shark model would have been a better choice in the under $200 bracket.

The Hoover has a cord winder which I think is totally a waste. It adds weight and more moving parts. A simple hook in back would have suited me.

The power head gets clogged up fairly rapidly also.

We moved recently and I got even cheaper and picked up a Dirt Devil Stick . It does a great job on all our hard flooring (95% of the house) . Mostly for loose dirt and sucks up pet hair like crazy. Of course, the little dirt bin needs constant emptying. I would have stepped up to a cordless model, but most of the ones selling for a couple of hundred or less are not rated any better for performance.

I know the Meile and Dyson are great, but so far not good enough for me to spend the extra dough. Even with high expected life spans. I am 60 and will probably never replace Dirt Devils in my lifetime, or even Hoovers.

And I’ve updated the best vacuum for hardwood floors and carpet list once again in 2019: MODERATOR EDIT
 
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Try the latest version of ONSON stick vacuum cleaner supports quiet & powerful 150-watt suction in MAX mode. It sucks up the dust, pet hairs on the hardwood floor in minutes. It comes up with a wireless design so that you don’t have to mess up with a cord. Besides this feature, it has an impressive leverage of up to 12 Kpa so that you can get a deep and thorough cleaning experience
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Try the latest version of ONSON stick vacuum cleaner supports quiet & powerful 150-watt suction in MAX mode. It sucks up the dust, pet hairs on the hardwood floor in minutes. It comes up with a wireless design so that you don’t have to mess up with a cord. Besides this feature, it has an impressive leverage of up to 12 Kpa so that you can get a deep and thorough cleaning experience.
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