Hoover Vacuums - An Overview


Hoover products are undoubtedly some of the most established in the vacuum and household appliance industry at the moment. The brand is so established that British individuals call the vacuum the “hoover” rather than referring to it with the proper and accepted term for the appliance. Despite the fact that the company has been going for an extensive period of time (100 years or so), it is still one of the industry leaders and continues to produce reasonably high quality products.  Also, the Hoover vacuum cleaner range is very wide...

The Products
Hoover has an extensive range of products available and every single one of them has something different to offer. This means you can often walk into any store or browse on any Internet site and find s vacuum cleaner that meets your wants and needs without having to look at another brand. There are handheld models available for those tight corners and awkward spots, such as the seat of a car. They come under the specialist cleaning range or the rechargeable range. There are also cylinder and upright models as well.
The most popular of the Hoover vacuums have been the Purepower and Dust Manager range. Having said that, the latter has generally received a better response from the public than the former. However, the most popular specific model is the Hoover Constellation. This is a canister vacuum that has been around in some way, shape or form since the 1950s. It has evolved over time to become a far better machine than the first version.  It actually floats so that the wheels do not snag on your carpet or mark the flooring in any way. It is known by various names throughout the world but it is still the best selling Hoover model worldwide.
The Features
The majority of Hoover models have excellent suction power to the tune of at least 200W. They are also designed to be extremely light so that they can be easily manoeuvred (something some other brands struggle with).  If you do need a helping hand to reach a tight corner or area then there are usually attachments that come as part and parcel of the deal, meaning that you can reach even the most awkward of places at no extra cost.
Depending on your preferences, you can choose from bagged or bagless models, both of which are quite easy to empty and maintain.  They are all allergy friendly and will pick up even the most microscopic of pet hairs.
Why Buy Hoover?
Although a little more expensive than other brands, the Hoover vacuum is not the most expensive on the market and yet many would consider this the only vacuum to buy.  The technology is amongst the best in the industry.  If you do want affordable and yet effective and efficient cleaning then the Hoover models may well be for you.

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I'm Nigel Russco, a 50 year old professional engineer who loves to review vacuums, and I’ve been doing just that since 2008.  

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