With no real smarts and relatively little actual cleaning power, this sad robot is borderline useless.
The Dirt Devil vac converts from a full upright to a canister model and offers lots of features, including a vac + dust attachment for hardwood floors.
Contrary to its appearance as a real bargain, usability issues and subpar cleaning performance mar this Dirt Devil.
Cleaning with this vac is frustrating, especially since it doesn't get the job done well.
Dyson's newest stick vacuum adds a powered brush roll to help it agitate dirt and compete with uprights at fine particle pickup.
Dyson's DC59 competes well enough as a high-end stick vac, but poor battery life and a tendency to clog with large particles hold the DC59 Motorhead back from replacing your full-size upright.
The powered brush roll on Dyson's newest stick vac allows it to dig deep for dirt.
With decent performance and a price of just $200, this vacuum might make sense for value-minded minimalists, but you'll need to look elsewhere for something more modern or feature-rich.
It might not look like much, but this vacuum cleaner promises to shoot your carpets with 12,000 sonic vibrations per minute.
Hoover's Air Cordless ushers in a welcome new vacuum category, but it still needs some work to match the performance of our most highly rated uprights.