The Black & Decker Lithium Vacuum is mediocre and tedious to use. It needs to be better than that to be worth its $300 price point.
The most impressive upright, stick, and robot vacuums from the models we've tested so far.
Black & Decker's newest stick vacs promise lots of suction and long lasting power.
The new partnership puts printable vacuum upgrades on MakerBot's "Thingiverse" design database.
The new roller suction head uses microfibre and carbon strips to suck up anything from fine dust to large pieces of kibble.
Dyson repels over-aggressive advertising from rival vacuum-maker Shark.
The DC41's design disappointed us, and the DC65's isn't any better. Despite the strong performance scores, this pricey Dyson is still difficult to recommend.
If your cleaning needs are limited to dust and other small stuff, this Samsung is stellar, but plenty of other uprights deliver better performance and usability for less.
The Hoover Linx isn't fancy, but it will clean your floors better than most of the other stick models we tested. Combine that with its reasonable price and you have one of our favorite vacuums to date.
Dyson's pint-sized 360 Eye robot vacuum promises more power than the robot vacuum you have at home.
Dyson unveiled its first-ever robot vacuum at IFA 2014 in Berlin.