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My Favorite Bagless vacuum
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Post# 412580   8/10/2019 at 13:58 by Hoover300 (Central Kentucky)        

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I found this in the trash a couple days ago.It was heavily used by maintenance but it still works fine. It is probably one of the last good bagless vacuums.. It is very light, and it outperforms my vision,hoover twin chamber, and a good percentage of my bagged vacuums. Now I just need to find a good bottom plate and a new roller.
~k


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Post# 412600 , Reply# 1   8/11/2019 at 11:32 by Dysonman1 (Missouri Ozarks)        

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This is my favorite bagless vacuum cleaner. It truly does have constant power and no loss of suction. I cannot breathe wet dust. It has no dirt in it or on it when I put it away as clean as my dishes. Next week, it will smell like nothing.

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Post# 412611 , Reply# 2   8/11/2019 at 19:23 by electromatik (Taylorsville, North Carolina, U.S.A.)        

Wow, you are only 14? Good to see young people here. That's a nice Dirt Devil. One of the things I hate about bagless vacuums is the way the bin clouds over. It makes the machine look old and dirty.

Speaking of bagless machines, that Rainbow looks good. A friend of mine had that same model but with a different power nozzle. Hers did not have that "hump" on one side and was wider. Speaking of tarnishing, I wonder if Rainbow bins are also prone to that or does the swirling water protect them?


Post# 412691 , Reply# 3   8/13/2019 at 18:06 by panasonicvac (Northern Utah)        
Here's mine

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This is one of my top favorite vacuum cleaners of all time. Such a fun vacuum to use. Vacumaid just recently updated their warranty, I'm now considering putting one in for my own house in the future.






Post# 412708 , Reply# 4   8/14/2019 at 00:55 by tolivac (Greenville,NC)        

The only bagless vacuums I like are Water Matics and Silver King.Then Rainbow.

Post# 412727 , Reply# 5   8/14/2019 at 12:55 by n0oxy (Saint Louis Missouri, United States)        
bagless vacuums

If you're going to have a bagless vacuum, a water vacuum with a separator is the way to go. And out of those, I would suggest the Quamtum or Sirena, the others are good machines but overpriced. The Quantum or Sirena will do just as well as a Rainbow, Hyla, Ritello, Roboclean or Vivenso. If you're going to spend thousands of dollars on a vacuum, go for a central vacuum, much more powerful, even if you choose to use it without pipes, a central vacuum unit is the most powerful cleaner youcan get which is why I'm mainly focused on adding more of those to my collection.
Mike


Post# 412729 , Reply# 6   8/14/2019 at 13:57 by Juju93 (florida)        

I would have to say right now Dyson, especially their cordless versions. When the rainbow SRX launches/gets release I plan on getting one of those because that thing looks like it can out clean a Dyson cordless any day of the week. Plus there’s no filters to take out and wash.




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