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Old 09-05-2011, 05:05 AM
 
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Hoover wind tunnel

Rating: 5 out of 5
  • Currently 5.0/5.0

I have purchased many vacuums over the years because we have dogs and this is my favorite product by far. First of all it's a traditional bag vacuum so when it's ready to be emptied the vacuum make a louder and higher pitched sound and doesn't pick up as well. Changing the vacuum bag is very easy and very clean. You pull it out, throw away the old bag and place a new bag on it just by poking a hole in it with your fingers and fitting it around the hose. This vacuum has a very useful attachments, too. It has two longer attachment tubes for doing stairs and a smaller brush attachment for carpeted stairs. The vacuum also fits under very low places for getting under tables and chairs. I use it on the hardwood floors, carpets, and area rugs. It has a sensor that light up when an area is clean so you know how long to vacuum. The hose is very flexible and very long so sometimes when you are doing certain areas of the stairs you don't have to physically lift it. You can actually leave it on the floor and vacuum up to 13 steps before having to pick it up. I also like the vacuum lines it leaves on the carpet. It gives it a very clean look. It's a nice looking design, lightweight and easy to use. The cord wraps nicely onto the handle and because the vacuum isn't that big it stores nicely in a closet. It prices around $175, which is very inexpensive compared to all the bagless vacuums on the market like the Dyson and Electrolux, which can be $700 to $1500. I replace this vacuum probably every 5 years but I don't mind.

Review by professional reviewer, Aug. 25, 2011
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