We all love to hate our vacuum cleaners. We hate having to get them out and go and hoover the carpets and get the place clean, but when we’re done we get a sense of satisfaction of a job well done... That is a job well done as long as we have a decent vacuum. There’s nothing more frustrating than going over and over the same patch of carpet again and again without picking up what you can see should be picked up.
In this article we’ll have a look at a couple of the best economy vacuum cleaners in the market so that you can ensure that you get a rewarding rather than a frustrating experience when you are hoovering your house.
The Shark Navigator Professional Lift-Away Vacuum Cleaner
This upper budget cleaner is a quality machine. The suction is superb and manoeuvrability excellent. Its lightweight nature and simple to assemble design makes it the perfect choice for anyone with a carpeted house. It also has a filtration system and brings in the dust and potential allergens without pushing them back out into the air at any point. The cost is usually around $200.
Amazon Price: $249.99 $159.52 Buy Now
(price as of Jun 27, 2016)
The Hoover WindTunnel T-Series Rewind Upright Vacuum Cleaner
This is a bagless cleaner which is superb for carpeted houses. It’s cheaper than the Shark Navigator coming in at around $85, instead of around £200. It really is terrific value. You cannot remove the roll brush, when it is on, so it’s not great for wooden or tiled floors, but when it comes to the carpet, you’ll see it does a great job. There’s no need to buy filters as the existing filter it comes with can be reused after washing. It’s a very simple design and easy to operate. On top of all this, there’s no need to roll up the cord as it will retract into the machine. It’s light, quiet, and extremely good at its job; certainly one of the best value vacuum cleaners out there. Perhaps the only issue with it is that it, being bag less, can be a bit messy emptying when it’s full. At its price though, it is just about as good as you could expect.
Amazon Price: $49.95 Buy Now
(price as of Jun 27, 2016)
The BISSELL CleanView with OnePass, 9595
This vacuum cleaner retails at under $70 on some websites. It’s the cheapest quality vacuum cleaner that is generally recommended. It’s better for light hoovering rather than for people who are looking for industrial strength, but it’s good for both hard floors and carpets and it’s not too noisy either. It’s light enough to take up the stairs and you don’t have to pay for extra filters because the filters it comes with are washable. As you’d expect even with a good vacuum cleaner at this price range, there are some compromises. The filter does not look like it will last a lifetime and you may well have to replace it from time to time.
Additionally, the power cord is not as long as it perhaps could have been, meaning that you won’t probably get around the house from a single power socket. You’ll end up unplugging and re-plugging a few times. Having said that, you would expect some compromises at this low price.
If you spend a lot of time hovering you might want a Panasonic, Shark Navigator, Dyson, or Miele. However, if you are fortunate that you don’t have a lot of hovering to do then the BISSELL or the WindTunnel will certainly do a job for you. Just bear in mind the drawbacks when it comes to the WindTunnel T-series and hard surface floors.
Let us know which one you choose to buy & why. Also, if you have any comments, concerns or questions regarding the 'best economy vacuum cleaners' or aout any of the models specifically mentioned please do not hesitate to make them in the comments section below & we will be sure to get back to you as soon as possible.