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The extension hose and wand reach 9 feet from the body of the vacuum.

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The brushroll lever is easy to control, making it simple to turn it off or on, depending on your floors.

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The bin detaches more easily than most.

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This dial allows you to control whether you will be vacuuming floors or using the wand and attachments. I like that they are separate operations, unlike the Dyson vacuums, which automatically suction through the wand if the vacuum is locked upright.

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This dial allows you to customize the vacuum's performance based on your flooring, ranging from bare floors to high-pile carpet.

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Better than Dyson? We can't speak for the DC25 (because we haven't tested it), but the Eureka outperformed the Dyson DC40 Origin and DC50 Animal in half of our tests.

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The Eureka Pet Power Paw is an attachment designed to remove stubborn pet hair from upholstery, furniture, or carpet. It is highly effective -- just don't get your fingers in the way!

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The Eureka comes with a replaceable HEPA filter, a huge bonus for those with allergy or asthma concerns.

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