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This Bissell is fully convertible, which means that you can use it as a traditional upright vacuum or remove the canister from the body and use it as a portable canister vacuum.

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The canister detaches easily from the upright body.

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The extension hose features a wand with a handle. The hose reaches 6.5 feet from the vacuum body.

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You recline the Bissell by pressing your foot onto the base.

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The Bissell features an adjustable handle, which allows you to adjust the height of the vacuum's handle based on your own height.

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The Bissell's dustbin is of a simpler design than others, but the vacuum itself is simpler and lacking in the frills of other models. Sometimes, however, simpler is better.

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Many vacuums include pet-specific attachments for removing pet hair from furniture and upholstery. The Bissell's tool uses highly effective plastic blades that rotate and scrape hair into the vacuum.

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