What's the Current Best Cordless Vacuum?

PHelm198

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I've had enough of my giant Henry Hoover, so it's time to upgrade. Ideally I want something small and light, which is why I'm thinking of getting a cordless vacuum.

Does anyone know which the best cordless vacuums are? I know Dyson do a good one but it's expensive (to say the least...)

Thanks!

Edit:
I've been doing some more research:
http://spotlessvacuum.co.uk/cordless-vacuum-cleaners/ - this is a UK site so more applicable to me. They older V6 seems to be the best choice within my price range.
http://www.consumerreports.org/vacuum-cleaners/best-vacuums-of-2016/ - Consumer Reports recommend the Bissell AirRam, which I'm guessing is the same as the Gtech in the UK?

Does anyone have any experience with either of these vacuums?
 
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Ron Resnick

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I think the handheld Dyson is very good.
 
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Ron Resnick

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True – but it can suck a tack out of the wall at 20 feet!
 
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I really like my three sharks.

They aren't expensive and I have one for each floor in the house--basement, first floor and second floor.

Their spinning brushes cleans everything off any type of floor and they really suck! :D
 

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I think the handheld Dyson is very good.

I bought my wife one of those and she can't say enough good things about it. She always comments, "I Love This Thing".... If I wasn't here, he'd probably be married to it!!
 

PHelm198

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I have one of those--well the DC16 model and the damn battery lasts about 2 :mad:mins at most--Bleeehhh!

BruceD
Seriously?! That's nowhere near enough for me - even if it has strong suction. Some of the vacuums I've been looking at can last 40+ minutes.
 

JackD201

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audioguy

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I really like my three sharks.
We have one (corded version) on the first floor but a 5,748 pound (Plus attachments) Kirby on the 2nd floor which I am trying to sell and replace with another Shark. Highly recommended. I have not used the battery powered --- though they do make a few models that are.
 

jaine

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Current best cordless vacuum

right these two are best cordless vacuum cleaners.

dyson v8 cordless vacuum cleaners.

deik 2 in 1 cordless vacuum cleaner.

dyson is best in the business even though its pricey it does the job very well and also it can be converted into handheld vacuum. adding to that it has 40 minutes of suction power in normal mode. this is the perfect fit for different flooring types, carpets and pets.
v8.jpg
 

turner

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I bought my wife one of those and she can't say enough good things about it. She always comments, "I Love This Thing https://www.10machines.com/best-vacuum-for-pet-hair/".... If I wasn't here, he'd probably be married to it!!
Lol, that's funny. In my opinion, iRobot Roomba is pretty good when it comes to robot vacuums. And, if you want to go for upright vacuum, then Shark Rotator NV752 is a reliable choice.
 

gazmitch61

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Lol, that's funny. In my opinion, iRobot Roomba is pretty good when it comes to robot vacuums. And, if you want to go for upright vacuum, then Shark Rotator NV752 is a reliable choice.
I would agree I have used a roomba robot for a bit now and think they are fantastic. still have a Dyson V9 for cleaning hard to reach areas.
 
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SEBO makes really good vacuums.
 

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