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Eureka frequently rates very high with Consumer Reports. I have a bagged version with hepa filter that was rated very highly. I imagine that this is just the same. Remove the accent, the yellow and grey, and you pay a lot less for a superior vacuum that is not from the sweedish guy. Smart and cheap. Gotta love hoover!
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yeawuteva wrote:how often do you need to clean this model seeing there's no bag? surely debris "cakes" on the interior, no?
LOL. The dirt is trapped into a container. You just pull the container out, empty/clan it, and put it back. You have to remove it slow to not get dust everywhere (after it's settled of course.
I find these to be a reasonable vacuum, as no bags, but I would have some form of cover when emptying it to keep the particles in rather than let any escape.
As for the other part of your question... you SHOULD empty/clean it as often as you fill it. 8-|
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Isn't vacuum the only word with two "u's" next to each other?
We have one of these from about 2 years ago. Works great...easy to empty and clean the various filters blah blah blah. The price is about what you can expect on Black Friday...because thats what we paid when we got ours.
...tryin to reason with hurricane season...
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That handle looks awkward to use and bagless systems are still too messy for my taste. Yes the canister pops right out, but when you turn that sucker upside down to empty it, all of the dust and "particles" going flying around the room.
I'm just a killjoy tonight. Sorry.
I really do have far too many children.