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The Bissell Bolt Ion is a convertible vacuum cleaner with a unique feature that focuses the suction, letting you vacuum all the way to the edge.

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The $180 vacuum cleaner comes with a powerful 18V battery that ran for an impressive 38 minutes in our tests.

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A charging station and two attachments are included in the box.

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The blue LED bar gets shorter as the vac loses power.

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You can place it on the charging station or simply plug in the vac when the battery needs a refill.

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A hand vac pulls out of the stick to help you get the hard-to-reach places.

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The attachments stick to the end of the hand vac.

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The main stick vacuum has plenty of versatility. At the top of the handle sit buttons for power, suction level, brush roll control and EdgeReach.

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Hit the EdgeReach and the blue lights turn on as the orange lip on the front of the vacuum head lowers. The side bristles dig dirt from corners.

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With the front lip lowered, the suction focuses near the front of the head.

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A trigger on the handle lets you fold it down for storage.

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You can fold it the other way, too, and vacuum under the furniture.

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Even the brush roll detaches for easy cleaning.

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The Bissell Bolt Ion includes plenty of features to help you vacuum anywhere.

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