Top rated household vacuum cleaners

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As with most technologies today, the vacuum cleaner has come a long way from its origins. Consumers can now choose from budget vacuums, lightweight vacuums, upright bag vacuums and upright bagless vacuums. Each of these vacuum types has something unique to offer and the ultimate selection should be based on a consumer's needs.

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Eureka 4870

According to Consumer Search, the Eureka SmartVac 4870MZ is the best budget vacuum cleaner on the market today. Reviewers describe it as "an upright bagging vacuum cleaner that cleans as well or better than more expensive models". The pros of the Eureka SmartVac 4870MZ are the fact that it performs well overall, it removes pet hair, it is quiet, and has several useful attachments. Cons are that it has durability issues and it is heavy.

Hoover Tempo

The Hoover Tempo Widepath U5140-900 was voted as the best light weight bagging vacuum by Consumer Search. Weighing in at only sixteen pounds, this vacuum allows customers maximum mobility, gives off low dust emissions, includes an allergen filter and it is inexpensive. Some of the cons of this vacuum is that it has a short cord (25 feet) and does not perform as well on bare floor surfaces.

Kenmore 36932

Voted as the best bagless upright vacuum by Consumer Search, owners of the Kenmore Progressive 36932 believe it performs better than any other bagless upright vacuum on the market. The vacuum has several included tools and a rotating brush roll. In addition, the vacuum has Inteli-Clean lights which change colours when the area you are working on is clean. Some of the negatives of the vacuum are the fact that it is heavy (9.07 Kilogram) and it doesn't edge particularly well.

Dyson DC25

The Dyson DC25 All Floors Vacuum was voted as the best Luxury Bagless Vacuum by Consumer Research. According to reviewers, the Dyson DC25 is incredibly manoeuvrable, very lightweight, and performs exceedingly well in all testing (both professional and consumer). However, it is very expensive and some customers have complained that the ball shaped design makes the vacuum too tall to fit under furniture.

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