High powered vacuum cleaner: The 5 Best Vacuum Cleaners With Good Suction – Summer 2023: Reviews

The 5 Best Vacuum Cleaners With Good Suction – Summer 2023: Reviews

  1. Table of Contents
  2. Intro
  3. Best Vacuum

    1. Best Upper Mid-Range

      1. Best Mid-Range

        1. Best Budget

          1. Best Cordless

            1. Notable Mentions
            2. Recent Updates
            3. All Reviews
            4. Discussions

            Updated Jul 14, 2023 at 05:18 pm

            By Evan Jakab

            Good suction performance is arguably one of the most important aspects of a vacuum and is important for finding the best suction vacuum. If you want to effectively pick up debris like sand from shaggy carpet or rice from tile flooring, knowing a vacuum’s suction power, airflow, and wattage can be beneficial. However, aside from its wattage, the manufacturer doesn’t always advertise these numbers. To approximate a vacuum’s suction power, we consider vacuums with a good overall performance or better across all surface types. Vacuum cleaners with better and more consistent performances tend to have good suction as they can pick up various debris without too much of a problem.

            We’ve tested over 130 vacuum cleaners, and below are our recommendations for the best suction vacuum cleaners to buy. These picks were selected based on their performance on different types of surfaces and their feature set, battery life, and price. For more recommendations, look at our list of the best multi-surface vacuum cleaners, the best Shark vacuums, the best bagged vacuums, and the best vacuums for carpet.

            1. Best Vacuum Cleaner With Good Suction

              Miele Complete C3

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              Bare Floor

              8.6

              Low-Pile Carpet

              8. 2

              High-Pile Carpet

              8.3

              Pets

              8.2

              Stairs

              8.3

              Cars

              8.1

              Workshop

              6.2

              Vacuum Type

              Canister

              Bagless

              No

              Cordless

              No

              Anti-Allergy Filter (HEPA)

              Yes

              Wet Compatible

              No

              See all our test results

              The best suction vacuum we’ve tested is the Miele Complete C3. This premium canister vacuum has a powerful 1200W motor, allowing it to deal with stubborn messes or debris stuck in cracks. It also delivers fantastic performance on bare floors and does a great job dealing with debris on carpets. Its seven-level power adjustment function lets you adjust its suction force to clean everything from window curtains to high-pile carpet with a few button presses.

              The C3 Calima variant, which sits at the bottom of the C3 lineup, has an air-driven turbo brush for cleaning low to medium-pile carpeting. However, if you have a lot of thicker carpeting, you’ll want to purchase a powered floorhead separately or simply spring for a pricier model that comes bundled with one, like the C3 Cat & Dog, C3 Kona, or flagship C3 Brilliant.

              Unfortunately, this vacuum’s hose is somewhat short, making it hard to clear debris from some hard-to-reach areas. If you’re looking for a canister vacuum with strong suction power that incurs lower recurring costs, look at the SEBO Airbelt D4. It uses larger dirtbags and filters that will last years without needing replacing. It also has a longer power cord that gives it an operating range of roughly 50 feet, so you can easily clean larger areas without swapping outlets. However, it is bulkier, heavier, and has a more rigid hose than the C3, making it harder to maneuver.

              See our review

            2. Best Upper Mid-Range Vacuum Cleaner With Good Suction

              Dyson Ball Animal 3 Extra

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              Bare Floor

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              Low-Pile Carpet

              8.3

              High-Pile Carpet

              8.7

              Pets

              8.4

              Stairs

              6.6

              Cars

              7. 1

              Workshop

              6.2

              Vacuum Type

              Upright

              Bagless

              Yes

              Cordless

              No

              Anti-Allergy Filter (HEPA)

              Yes

              Wet Compatible

              Mopping Only

              See all our test results

              The best upper mid-range vacuum with good suction we’ve tested is the Dyson Ball Animal 3. This bagless vacuum isn’t as sturdily built as the Miele Complete C3, with a mainly plastic body that creaks and flexes while in use, which is pretty disappointing for a vacuum at this high a price point. However, it’s worth a look if its plasticky build quality doesn’t bug you and your top priority is raw suction performance.

              This vacuum’s powerful motor enables it to easily clear debris from a wide range of surface types, ranging from bare floors to low and high-pile carpet. Its floorhead features three levels of surface adjustment, letting you quickly adapt from hardwood floors to dense high-pile rugs. The floorhead also features a set of built-in plastic vanes that are remarkably effective in reducing hair wraps.

              The Dyson’s bagless design incurs minimal recurring costs and is easy to maintain. However, shaking out its dustbin is less hygienic than removing the Miele’s self-sealing dirtbags. It’s on the bulky side, even for an upright vacuum, and can be a hassle to take out of your closet and use for quick clean-ups. Its strong suction power can still make it a little hard to push and pull around on shag carpeting, though thankfully, it’s still much better in this respect than its predecessor, the Dyson Ball Animal 2, which could tear up carpet fibers.

              See our review

            3. Best Mid-Range Vacuum Cleaner With Good Suction

              Miele Classic C1 Pure Suction PowerLine

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              Bare Floor

              8. 5

              Low-Pile Carpet

              8.0

              High-Pile Carpet

              8.1

              Pets

              8.0

              Stairs

              8.0

              Cars

              8.1

              Workshop

              6.0

              Vacuum Type

              Canister

              Bagless

              No

              Cordless

              No

              Anti-Allergy Filter (HEPA)

              No

              Wet Compatible

              No

              See all our test results

              The Miele Classic C1 is a great option for a mid-priced vacuum with strong suction power. There are a few downsides when comparing it to the pricier Miele Complete C3; it doesn’t feel as robust, lacks an on-board tool storage compartment, and has a shorter range, so you’ll need to swap outlets when vacuuming larger rooms or faraway areas. It uses the same 1200W suction motor, resulting in a similarly great overall debris pickup. You can use the dial at the back of the canister body to toggle through six levels of power adjustment, enabling you to adapt to a wide variety of surface types.

              The entry-level Pure Suction variant lacks a power socket at the base of its hose, so it’s completely incompatible with powered floorheads. If you have a lot of thick carpeting and need a C1 variant compatible with powerheads, you’ll want to spend more on a pricier variant like the C1 Cat & Dog or C1 Home Care. That said, if your home mainly has bare floors and low-pile rugs, the Pure Suction will be a great fit, with its unpowered floorhead having retractable bristles to increase surface contact on low to medium-pile carpeting.

              It uses fairly small 2.5L dirtbags, and you’ll have to swap in a new one periodically, along with its pre and post-motor filters. Thankfully, that’s very easy to do so, with the vacuum being designed for easy routine maintenance. The similarly powerful Airsign HEPA Vacuum is a great alternative if you’re worried about recurring costs, as you can buy it with a subscription package that ships a four-pack of dustbags and a new filter to your door every six months. The Airsign’s default dirtbags are biodegradable, which is great if you’re worried about the environmental impact of throwing them out. However, it feels less well-built than the Miele and has a shorter overall range.

              See our review

            4. Best Budget Vacuum Cleaner With Good Suction

              Eureka Mighty Mite

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              Bare Floor

              8. 3

              Low-Pile Carpet

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              High-Pile Carpet

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              Pets

              7.8

              Stairs

              8.2

              Cars

              8.1

              Workshop

              5.7

              Vacuum Type

              Canister

              Bagless

              No

              Cordless

              No

              Anti-Allergy Filter (HEPA)

              No

              Wet Compatible

              No

              See all our test results

              The best vacuum with good suction we’ve tested in the budget category is the Eureka Mighty Mite. This compact canister vacuum feels cheaply built and lacks many quality-of-life features on pricier models like the Miele Classic C1, like a self-winding power cord and allergen-sealed body. However, it’s hard to beat if you’re looking for good suction performance for a bargain price. Its relatively potent 12-amp motor lets it easily clear away messes on bare floors and carpet, even with a basic straight-suction floorhead, and it has enough power to do a decent job of sucking up debris in cracks and crevices. Its compact, lightweight construction also allows you to pick it up and carry it wherever you need it, though its power cord is short, so you’ll probably need to swap outlets when vacuuming far-away rooms.

              The simple design makes it easy to swap in a new filter and replace its dirtbag whenever it gets full. Still, if you want to avoid swapping out dirtbags, the Eureka Whirlwind Bagless Canister could be worth a look, as it delivers a similar overall cleaning and suction performance to the Mighty Mite. However, its bagless design means emptying its dustbin is a slightly more complicated, less hygienic process, as you’ll need to worry about the bin expelling a cloud of dirt and debris.

              See our review

            5. Best Cordless Vacuum Cleaner With Good Suction

              Dyson V15 Detect

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              Bare Floor

              8.3

              Low-Pile Carpet

              8.2

              High-Pile Carpet

              8.4

              Pets

              8.0

              Stairs

              8.9

              Cars

              8. 5

              Workshop

              6.1

              Vacuum Type

              Stick/Handheld

              Bagless

              Yes

              Cordless

              Yes

              Anti-Allergy Filter (HEPA)

              Yes

              Wet Compatible

              No

              See all our test results

              The best cordless vacuum with good suction that we’ve tested is the Dyson V15 Detect. With 230AW of suction power, this vacuum is one of the most potent household-oriented cordless models on the market. However, it falls slightly short of higher-end corded models like the Miele Complete C3 and Dyson Ball Animal 3 in this regard. That said, its main advantage over more powerful machines is its comparatively lightweight, compact design, which makes it much easier to grab for quick clean-ups around the house.

              The V15 Detect delivers exceptional debris pickup performance on various surface types. Its surface detection system lets it automatically adjust its suction power to match surfaces, increasing power on carpets and lowering it on hard floors. It also has an onboard particle sensor that counts and measures the size of debris being sucked into the vacuum, which is handy for keeping track of allergens in your home.

              Unfortunately, no matter your power setting, its strong suction force can still cause it to drag around some lighter rugs and get bogged down in shag-pile carpeting. If you’re looking for a stick vacuum that costs significantly less and still exerts a fairly strong suction force, the Samsung Jet 75 is worth considering. It doesn’t have the Dyson vacuum’s automatic power adjustment capability, an onboard dirt sensor, or various attachments. However, with a potent 200AW motor, it isn’t too far off of the much pricier V15 regarding debris pickup performance.

              See our review

            Notable Mentions

            • Milwaukee M18 FUEL 3-in-1 Backpack Vacuum Kit:
              The Milwaukee M18 FUEL 3-in-1 Backpack Vacuum Kit is a cordless vacuum intended for light-duty workshop cleaning tasks. It’s very powerful but somewhat bulky and awkward for household cleaning compared to similarly-priced canister models like the Miele Classic C1 Pure Suction PowerLine. In addition, unlike most other shop-oriented vacuums, you can’t use it to clear liquids.
              See our review
            • NaceCare HVR 200 Henry:
              The NaceCare HVR 200 Henry is a mid-range canister vacuum that’s easy to maintain, remarkably sturdy, and delivers pretty good overall performance on various surfaces. However, its suction motor isn’t quite as potent as the Miele Classic C1 Pure Suction PowerLine.
              See our review
            • RYOBI 18V One+ 3 Gal. Project Wet/Dry:
              The RYOBI 18V One+ 3 Gal. Project Wet/Dry is a semi-handheld shop vacuum that delivers exceptional debris pickup performance on various surfaces. However, it isn’t intended for cleaning even moderately-sized areas compared to a more household-oriented model like the Eureka Mighty Mite.
              See our review
            • Wyze Cordless Vacuum:
              The Wyze Cordless Vacuum is a budget-friendly stick vacuum with a relatively powerful suction motor, though it can’t compete with the Dyson V15 Detect for deep-cleaning performance.
              See our review
            • Samsung Bespoke Jet:
              The Samsung Bespoke Jet is a premium cordless stick vacuum with a similarly powerful suction motor to the Dyson V15 Detect. However, its dual brushroll floorhead disperses this suction power over a wider area, resulting in slightly worse deep-cleaning performance.
              See our review
            • Dyson Outsize:
              The Dyson Outsize is a cordless stick/handheld vacuum with a larger dustbin than the Dyson V15 Detect. While it delivers similar suction performance, it isn’t as effective in clearing debris on most surface types and is considerably more of a hassle to maneuver in tight spots.
              See our review

            Recent Updates

            1. Jul 14, 2023:
              Ensured all main picks are still available and represent the best options for user needs.

            2. May 18, 2023:
              Minor in-text adjustments to improve clarity of information.

            3. Mar 20, 2023:
              Verified that all main picks are still available and represent the best option for user needs.

            4. Jan 19, 2023:
              Ensured all main picks are still available and represent the best choice for user needs.

            5. Nov 21, 2022:
              Ensured all main picks still represent the best fit for user needs. Added the NaceCare HVR 200 Henry, the Wyze Cordless Vacuum, and the Samsung Bespoke Jet to Notable Mentions.

            All Reviews

            Our recommendations are based on what we think are currently the best vacuums with good suction. We don’t just base our results on overall performance but also on factors like availability, price, and reader feedback.

            If you would like to do the work of choosing yourself, here is the list of our vacuum reviews ranked by their suction performance. Be careful not to get too caught up in the details. While no vacuum is perfect for every use, most are good enough to please almost everyone, and the differences are often not noticeable unless you really look for them.

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            top-12 rating according to KP

            In the mass consciousness there is a stable stereotype: the more powerful the vacuum cleaner, the better it is. In fact, there is no direct relationship between these parameters. In addition, when talking about power, 2 concepts are often confused: rated power consumption and suction power. It is the second parameter that determines the quality of cleaning. But manufacturers most often indicate only the rated power. They can be understood: the suction power will depend on the type of surface and other parameters, it is simply impossible to give an absolute value.

            Let’s try to objectively look at the current range and choose the best powerful vacuum cleaners suitable for home use.

            Maxim Sokolov, an expert at the VseInstrumenty.ru online hypermarket, helped us choose the best powerful vacuum cleaners in 2023. We are grateful to him for the hints, since only an expert can see the picture objectively.

            Editor’s Choice

            ATVEL G9

            ATVEL G9. Photo: market.yandex.ru

            The Atvel G9 cordless vacuum cleaner stands out among similar models with a high suction power of 170 watts and an automatic power selection function. As the main nozzle for the model, a double electric brush with backlight has been developed. Thanks to this, you do not need to change nozzles, moving from a smooth floor to carpets. The model is equipped with a 6-stage air filtration system with HEPA filters h20 and h22 classes. The OLED information display allows you to fully control the status of the vacuum cleaner and the cleaning process. The vacuum cleaner is equipped with five nozzles, including a motorized one for upholstered furniture, as well as two charging bases – wall and floor with organized storage of all accessories.

            Pros and cons:

            High power and 6 stages of filtration, dual nozzle for floor and carpets, light weight 1.6 kg, two charging bases many wireless vacuum cleaner

            The processor controls the operation of the device, thereby ensuring maximum operating time and protecting it from breakdowns

            Find out the priceAll the benefits

            Top-11 rating according to KP

            Atvel F16

            Atvel F16. Photo: market.yandex.ru

            The model from the American manufacturer has a brushless motor that creates an airflow with a power of 150 watts. This allows the vacuum cleaner to efficiently suck up not only dry garbage, but also liquid pollution. The model fully cleans the floor with a rotating and constantly wetted roller. Used water and dirt are sucked into the bin without leaving streaks. The self-cleaning function greatly simplifies the process of caring for a vacuum cleaner. For carpets, the set includes a separate roller with bristles.

            Pros and cons:

            Performs dry and wet cleaning at the same time, can collect liquids, has a self-cleaning function, has a HEPA filter of 12 class

            No manual configuration cordless vacuum cleaner

            F16 clean floors from sweet juice, chocolate, pick up broken eggs, milk, cereals, dry rubbish, liquids, hair and dust

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            KARCHER WD 6 P Premium

            KARCHER WD 6 P Premium. Photo: market.yandex.ru

            Multifunctional vacuum cleaner with a rated power of 1300 W. Due to the design features, it has increased suction power (the manufacturer does not indicate the exact values). There is a function to adjust the power during the cleaning process. Another advantage of the model is a 30-liter tank. The characteristics correspond to the professional line, but according to the rated power, the vacuum cleaner falls into the household category.

            Pros and cons:

            There is an automatic filter cleaning function, despite the weight of almost 10 kg, it is easy to move (5 wheels are provided)

            Brutal design will not appeal to fans of the classics

            KARCHER T 14/1

            KARCHER T 14/1. Photo: market.yandex.ru

            The rated power of the vacuum cleaner is 1600 W, the manufacturer is silent about the suction power. The main feature of the model is a capacious dust collector with a volume of 14 liters. The kit includes several nozzles: for the floor, crevice, furniture, round brush.

            Pros and cons:

            The device is lightweight (only 5.3 kg), has an active noise reduction system: the device is quiet, the power cord is long (7.5 m) allows you to clean standard size 9 rooms0003

            Quite high price for a dry vacuum cleaner

            CENTEK CT-2524

            CENTEK CT-2524. Photo: market.yandex.ru

            A small and compact dry vacuum cleaner with a nominal power of 2200 watts. Suction power is declared by the manufacturer at 420 W: this is almost the highest value for non-professional models. Cyclone type vacuum cleaner, there is an additional HEPA filter. The vacuum cleaner is equipped with a stationary dust collector, that is, the purchase of bags is not required.

            Pros and cons:

            Simple and convenient model, super affordable price

            Made of fragile plastic, requires careful handling

            Samsung SC8837

            Samsung SC8837. Photo: market.yandex.ru

            2200 watts nominal and 430 watts real power: a classic bagless cyclonic vacuum cleaner for dry cleaning. The ergonomic model is suitable for cleaning city apartments or country houses: enough garbage will fit in a 2-liter container. There is an additional fine filter: you don’t have to worry about dust emission.

            Pros and cons:

            The device is light (6 kg), suitable for general and maintenance cleaning, reasonable price

            The manufacturer did not provide bumper protection

            Lavor Pro Whisper V8

            Lavor Pro Whisper V8. Photo: market.yandex.ru

            The power of the Italian vacuum cleaner is 1300 W, and the vacuum is 265 mbar. The set includes a nozzle for floor and carpets, crevice and brush nozzles. On the body there is a mount for accessories. The vacuum cleaner works with paper bags with a capacity of 15 liters. Has a detachable power cable for easy storage. The multi-stage filtration system simplifies cleaning while improving quality.

            Pros and cons:

            Long mains cable (15 m) expands the available cleaning space, works silently

            No power adjustment

            Thomas Cycloon Hybrid Pet & Friends

            Thomas Cycloon Hybrid Pet & Friends. Photo: market.yandex.ru

            Combined model with wet cleaning function, rated power is 1400 W. The vacuum cleaner is interesting with multi-stage filtration, ideal for those suffering from allergic diseases. The package includes 5 nozzles, the length of the power cord is 8 m.

            Pros/Cons:

            Versatility, ease of use

            Weight is 8.5 kg: the model will be difficult to handle for daily cleaning

            Philips XD3000

            Philips XD3000. Photo: market.yandex.ru

            The model consumes 2000 W, the actual power is not specified by the manufacturer. The vacuum cleaner is designed for dry cleaning, the volume of the dust container is 3 liters. In the package there is a nozzle for hard-to-reach places, it is possible to adjust the length of the telescopic tube.

            Pros and cons:

            There is a power regulator, a long power cord (6 m), does not create noise during operation, there is protection against overheating

            In combination with consumables (garbage bags), the cost of operation is quite high

            Miele SGEA3

            Miele SGEA3. Photo: market.yandex.ru

            High-quality dry vacuum cleaner with a rated power of 2000 W. A low place in the ranking is due to the overpriced price of this model. The real power is not announced by the manufacturer, the volume of the dust collector is 4.5 liters. The set includes 5 nozzles.

            Pros and cons:

            Reliable operation

            Complicated design and inconvenient filter replacement, heavy vacuum cleaner (more than 8 kg with an empty dust container)

            CENTEK CT-2561

            CENTEK CT-2561. Photo: market.yandex.ru

            Budget model of a 1000 W spot vacuum cleaner, suction power is 150 W. The model belongs to the vertical type, is small in size and is designed for quick daily cleaning. The engine, dust collector and controls are mounted on a rod with a working nozzle. The floor brush has wheels for easy movement when cleaning.

            Pros and cons:

            There is a dust bag full indicator, reasonable price

            Limited scope

            Hyundai H-VCB03

            Hyundai H-VCB03. Photo: market.yandex.ru

            Compact model with a power of 1800 W, the real power is not declared in the specifications. The volume of the dust container is 1.5 liters, there is a full indicator. Power cord medium length (4.5 m), only 2 nozzles are included in the package. Buying bags is not required: the stationary version is designed for reusable use.

            Pros and cons:

            Good maneuverability, budget price

            No power adjustment

            How to choose a powerful vacuum cleaner

            Questions are answered by Maxim Sokolov, an expert at the online hypermarket VseInstrumenty.ru .

            — High power household vacuum cleaners are necessary for owners of a large apartment or cottage with a garage and utility rooms. The powerful technique is also used when caring for carpets and upholstered furniture. This issue is especially relevant for pet owners, when it can be difficult to remove hair from the floor, sofas and armchairs. Low-power vacuum cleaners have little suction power and are not able to effectively cope with such tasks.

            In addition to household cleaning, powerful household vacuum cleaners are often used in hotels, offices and cafes. They perform their function of maintaining cleanliness perfectly in public places.

            Which vacuum cleaners are considered powerful?

            For the household segment, we can conditionally assume that models from 1000 W are powerful. The upper power value can reach 2600W. They have a high suction power, as the vacuum exceeds 250 mbar. The higher the vacuum, the heavier debris can be sucked up by the vacuum cleaner. They are characterized by high performance in terms of intake air – from 50 l / s.

            What are the advantages of powerful models?

            • Effective cleaning of smooth and fluffy surfaces, care of home textiles.
            • Vacuuming heavy debris, dried mud, animal hair, grains and loose food.
            • Fast processing of large areas without the need to repeat the same area.
            • Good suction of dust and fine particles, which contributes to a healthy microclimate.

            Are there any disadvantages?

            • Large dimensions due to powerful motor and large dust container.
            • Risk of network congestion due to too much power.
            • High power consumption compared to low power counterparts.

            The expert refrained from specific recommendations to users: the choice is to be made independently, depending on specific needs.

            How to choose a good vacuum cleaner, what to look for when buying

            Let’s start our vacuum cleaner guide with a little request. In the process of reading this text, analyze the style of cleaning you are accustomed to. How do you usually vacuum: do you enjoy the process or, on the contrary, strive to end it as quickly as possible? Do you do a little cleaning every day, or do you do a big cleaning once a week? Do you have the patience, energy and time to dry the components after each cleaning, if we are talking about a washing vacuum cleaner? It is the analysis of your habits that will help you choose the perfect vacuum cleaner from a variety of types and models. After all, each of them has its own subtleties.

            What are vacuum cleaners?

            Standard. Consists of a housing on wheels with a dust collector and a motor inside, a suction hose with a pipe is attached to the housing. They feed on the network. They differ in dimensions, power, type of dust collector, quality of filters, etc. We will talk about them in more detail below.

            Upright Small vacuum cleaners where the body and tube are essentially one piece. Can work from a network or from the accumulator. They take up very little space, but their suction power is generally lower, as is the volume of the dust collector. In addition, you cannot remove the net from the ceiling with them, since they cannot be turned over. Ideal for small apartments where there are no carpets or pets.

            Manual. Low power compact vacuum cleaners that run on batteries. Not suitable for full-fledged cleaning, but useful if you need to clean the car interior or quickly remove spilled sand, earth and other contaminants.

            Robot vacuum cleaners. Quite expensive “toys” that perfectly maintain cleanliness in the house, removing dust and small dirt in the area accessible to them, and some models can also carry out wet cleaning. They are battery operated and require recharging. Not suitable for large apartments or houses where there are carpets.

            Hybrids. These are models consisting of an upright vacuum cleaner and a handheld vacuum cleaner, as well as upright vacuum cleaners, in which the motor and dust collector are located at the top, near the handle, since when the pipe is disconnected they turn into manual vacuum cleaners. Good for light daily cleaning. Work from a network or from the accumulator.

            Deciding on the type of dust collector

            So, let’s start with standard vacuum cleaners of the usual design – they are sometimes called horizontal or balloon. They are divided into several types depending on the type of dust collector.

            1. Bag

            Disposable bags are hygienic and convenient: after 5-6 cleanings, you just carefully take it out and throw it away. The only negative is the need to buy new bags, which entails additional expenses.

            Some vacuum cleaners also come with a reusable dust bag. In fact, this is nothing more than a trick of the manufacturers: such bags are intended only for the Russian market, as our customers believe that it is very economical. In fact, a reusable bag is not very pleasant to empty (the dust that you shake out immediately rises into the air), and over time it simply becomes overgrown with dirt.

            Benefits
            • The vacuum cleaner does not need to be cleaned after each cleaning – just throw away or shake out the bag about once a month.
            • In almost any hardware store you will find disposable bags that will fit exactly to your model of vacuum cleaner. In addition, there are universal types of bags on sale.
            Disadvantages
            • As the dust container fills up, the suction power of the vacuum cleaner becomes noticeably lower.
            • The fuller the bag is, the louder the vacuum cleaner works, because the motor has to “stress” to maintain normal suction power.

            2. Cyclone filter

            In this case, the role of the dust collector is played by a plastic filter container, in which a real air vortex is created during the operation of the vacuum cleaner. Garbage and dust fall into it and, under the action of centrifugal force, settle on the walls of the container. Smaller particles are retained by the filter system. After cleaning, the container must be shaken out and washed.

            IMPORTANT: Compact upright vacuums only use this type of dust container.

            Benefits
            • Cyclone vacuum cleaners provide initial suction power longer than vacuum cleaners with a bag, since dust, settling on the walls of the container, does not interfere with the passage of air.
            • There are models that can use both a cyclonic filter and a dust bag.
            Disadvantages
            • If a metal or glass object (for example, a coin) gets into the container, it will not necessarily settle to the bottom of the container and will probably knock against the walls of the flask until the end of cleaning.
            • Cyclone vacuum cleaners are more expensive than bagged vacuum cleaners.

            3. Aquafilter

            In this vacuum cleaner, the air passes through the water tank, where the dust settles. A pleasant side effect is that during cleaning, clean and humidified air comes out of the vacuum cleaner.

            Benefits
            • Suitable for allergy sufferers and families with small children.
            • The degree of contamination of the water in the aquafilter does not affect the suction power in any way, unlike models with bags and a cyclone filter.
            Disadvantages
            • Before cleaning, you need to fill the filter with water, and then pour it out, rinse the tank and dry all the components of the vacuum cleaner, otherwise it will smell like mold. It takes time.
            • The vacuum cleaner with the aqua filter cannot be tilted over so as not to splash water, so you have to be very careful with it.
            • Such vacuum cleaners are generally more expensive than cyclone vacuum cleaners with bags, and they weigh more and are less manoeuvrable.
            • The power of such vacuum cleaners is on average lower than that of cyclone and bag models.

            This is a separate category of devices that can operate in two modes – dry and wet cleaning. In the second case, the vacuum cleaner first sprays water and then sucks it up along with dust and other contaminants. In addition, it can be used to clean upholstered furniture, wash windows. To make cleaning more efficient, you can add a cleaning agent for a particular surface to the water tank.

            IMPORTANT: The dust collector for dry cleaning of a washing vacuum cleaner can also be of three types: a bag, a cyclone container or a water tank.

            Advantages
            • Great for long-term thorough cleaning of the entire apartment, eliminating the need to mop the floor.
            • Additional room humidification.
            Disadvantages
            • Many models must not be used on parquet and laminate flooring to prevent swelling.
            • After cleaning, you will need to thoroughly wash the dust container and aquafilter, dry all components, including the suction pipe.
            • These vacuum cleaners are more expensive than conventional ones.

            What to look for when choosing

            FILTERS

            Most vacuum cleaners are equipped with three levels of filtration. This is directly a dust collector (bag, container, water tank), a pre-motor filter and a fine filter at the outlet.

            • Pay attention to their quality, find out how often they need to be changed (and if it is necessary), whether it is difficult to find spare parts
              filters on sale, etc.
            • Choose models with the possibility of replacing the pre-engine filter so that your equipment lasts longer.
            • Fine filters are usually HEPA filters, which are assigned serial numbers
              depending on their effectiveness. Choose vacuum cleaners with filters h22 and higher (up to HEPA h26,
              which detain in the vacuum cleaner up to 99.99995% dust).

            POWER

            • The more carpets, upholstered furniture and other fabric coverings you have in your house, the higher the power should be
              – from 350 W, especially if there are animals in the apartment. Enough power for an apartment without carpets
              at 150 watts.
            • Vacuum cleaners powered by batteries are usually very low power, as are robotic vacuum cleaners.
            • Do not confuse the power consumption with the suction power of the vacuum cleaner. The first is above, and it is precisely its some manufacturers
              They try to point it out so that you will definitely notice it.

            NOZZLES

            • Manufacturers offer many additional nozzles: for parquet, for crevices, for cleaning soft
              furniture, clothing, round nozzle, turbo brush, etc. However, it is not certain that you will use them.
              All. Most often, for standard cleaning, a classic brush, a carpet brush and a turbo brush are enough.
            • Turbo brush is useful for those who have pets, as it picks up hair well. She spins
              either due to the movement of air during suction, or independently – then the brush is connected
              to the vacuum cleaner with a separate wire.