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Old 07-13-2011, 02:40 AM
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Dirt Devel Breeze

Rating: 5 out of 5
  • Currently 5.0/5.0

The Dirt Devil Breeze is a bagless, canister only vaccuum that sells for just around $100. It came out shortly after Dirt Devil released their Dirt Devil Vision vaccuum, and the Dirt Devil Breeze is meant to be a slightly less expensive accompanient.

What I loved about the breeze was that it was very powerful, stood upright, and is also incredibly lightweight and small. I really don't enjoy handheld vaccuum cleaners - I know a lot of people feel that they give you more control over the vaccuum cleaner,
but I just can't adjust to them, and they don't feel nearly powerful enough, especially if you have a big house like I do. What I loved about the Dirt Devil Breeze is that although it is small, and compact, making it very convenient for storage, it is easy to go from room to room without plugging in and out, since it also comes with a cord that spans 20 feet - perfect, again, for a big home like mine. It also has all kinds of different attachments, beating any handheld vacuum by far. I also have very high ceilings in some parts of my home, and the Dirt Devil Breeze comes with the perfect attachments for reaching these high areas, as well as other smaller attachments for tiny, hard to reach corners and nooks in various places around my home.

The similarities between the Dirt Devil Vision and the Dirt Devil Breeze is that they both have a powerful 12 amp motor, and are both bag less. The Dirt Devil patented MicroFresh filters are more than efficient enough to kill 99% of dust while you are vacuuming. The filter is inside the cup and helps to filter out any leftover dirt and debris that there may be.

Overall, I'm pretty satisfied with the Dirt Devil Breeze.

Review by professional reviewer, Dec. 8, 2010
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