Stick Vacuum Reviews


Top Rated Stick Vacuum Cleaners - 2022


Model Type Avg Rating / 100
Dyson V15 Detect Stick Vacuum 96
Dyson V8 Absolute Stick Vacuum 94
Shark Rocket Powerhead AH452 Stick Vacuum 94
Dyson V11 Outsize Stick Vacuum 94
Dyson V12 Detect Slim Stick Vacuum 93
Shark Rocket HV302 Stick Vacuum 92
Shark Rocket Complete HV382 Stick Vacuum 92
Dyson V7 Motorhead Stick Vacuum 92
Dyson V11 Torque Drive Stick Vacuum 91
Shark Rocket Pro Stick Vacuum 91
Tineco Pure One S12 Stick Vacuum 91
Hoover ONEPWR Evolve Stick Vacuum 91


In the above table an effort has been made to highlight machines currently available

Avg. consumer rating = 93/100 

Dyson cordless vacuums have become increasingly popular over the past 5 to 6 years, however they’ve also become increasingly heavier. Enter the Dyson V12 Detect Slim.  It has all of the features and technology of the top Dyson machines, but it is more compact and lightweight. To achieve this however, Dyson has had to take some shortcuts. In this review we investigate the V12’s features and we run it through a host of tests, including performance on carpet, on hard floor, on hair, and on edges. In addition, we test the run time and noise level.



Dyson Omni-Glide vacuum cleaner

Avg. consumer rating = 89/100 

The Dyson Omni-glide is unlike any other cordless machine we’ve seen from Dyson.  It is a lightweight, slim, omnidirectional vacuum cleaner with two counter-rotating soft brushrolls, and it is designed specifically for hard floor cleaning.  It is also highly maneuverable and versatile, operating as both a stick vacuum and a handheld vacuum.  In this review we perform cleaning tests on hard surfaces, hair and edges.  In addition, we test the unit’s noise level, run times, and we look at its specifications and features.



Avg. consumer rating = 90/100 

We’ve reviewed a host of cordless vacuum cleaners over the years and found that many machines are just not up to snuff. However, there are some, like those from Tineco, that have pleasantly surprised us. In this review we take a look at the Tineco Pure One S11 Tango, a mid-range cordless with plenty of interesting features, including a specialized cleaner head for carpet and another for hard flooring.


Avg. consumer rating = 89/100 

The Shark Vertex Cordless stick vacuum is chock full of technology and features. After all, the Vertex vacuums are Shark’s premier machines. The Vertex cordless has two brushrolls (one of which is self-cleaning), a HEPA filter, a sealed system, headlights, a detachable battery, and a flexible wand. We ran the unit through cleaning tests and it did a great job on both carpet and bare floors. Hair pickup was also good while limiting tangle in the brushroll. In addition, the ability to use the unit as a handheld by simply detaching the wand is very handy. However, it is a little hefty for a stick vac and it would have been nice if it came with a second battery.


Avg. consumer rating = 88/100 

The Pure One S15 is the new cordless stick vacuum from Tineco. There are many interesting features built into the S15 and most are well thought out and useful. We have the “Pet” version which includes a special cleaner head that keeps hair from tangling in the brushroll, a mini power brush for removing hair and debris from furniture, and HEPA air filtration to ensure only clean air leaves the vacuum. We were pleased that Tineco has provided a charging stand instead of a wall mount. In terms of cleaning prowess, our tests showed that the S15 is very good at some cleaning tasks but it struggles with others.


Avg. consumer rating = 91/100 

In this review we look at the Hoover ONEPWR Evolve. It is a very simple, bagless and cordless stick vacuum.  It is also quite reasonably priced.  We ran it through a carpet cleaning test and a hard floor cleaning test and it performed adequately in both.  The unit is also easy to maintain.  However we did find that the brushroll got easily tangled with hair, the vacuum did not clean up tight against edges, and it was on the noisy side.  We were also a little disappointed in how much plastic is used in the unit’s construction.  It doesn’t feel very robust.


Avg. consumer rating = 96/100 

Is this the best Dyson stick vacuum to date? It may well be. In this review we run the Dyson V15 Detect cordless vacuum through a host of tests and look at the unit’s many features. The V15 is a stick vac and a handheld vac so it is very versatile (vehicles, homes, stairs, etc). Unlike any of its predecessors it comes with special no-tangle tools which make it a great choice for homes with pets. It is designed for carpet and hard floors, and has a click-in battery which will double your run time if you buy a second battery. The V15 also has a few other tricks up its sleeve including a bright green laser in the cleaner head.


Avg. consumer rating = 90/100 

The Shark WANDVAC System is both a stick vacuum and a handheld vacuum.   It is also cordless and the lightest Shark stick vacuum that we’ve reviewed to date.  We were impressed with the unit’s cleaning abilities and we tested it on carpet, hard flooring, edges and even pet hair.  But the Shark WANDVAC System is really best for small home cleaning and quick pickups.  Leave the larger, deep cleaning sessions to bigger more powerful machines.


Avg. consumer rating = 91/100 

Tineco cordless vacuums are becoming more and more popular, and they are big sellers on Amazon. In this review we take a look at their top of the line series, the PURE ONE S12. This vacuum feels more robust than previous Tineco cordless units and it certainly has its share of interesting features. Owners praise the S12 for its strong suction, two batteries, lockable power trigger, low noise, and user-friendly control panel. Our testing showed good cleaning performance on both carpet and smooth flooring. However, the vacuum is fairly expensive and it has a smallish dust canister and heavy handheld unit.


Avg. consumer rating = 87/100 

Shark makes a host of stick vacuums. Some are cordless and some are corded. Some have two brushrolls while others have one. Some stick vacs have a special brushroll that limits hair tangle, others do not. First and foremost in getting the right Shark stick vacuum is knowing your requirements. Do you have only carpet? Only hard flooring? Both? Do you have pets? Are you partial to corded or cordless? Does the vacuum need to be lightweight? Etc. In this review we investigate the Shark Rocket corded vacuum and we highlight where this unit excels and where it fails – and ultimately if it is a fit for you.


Avg. consumer rating = 85/100 

This model, EL2055B, is a cordless 2-in-1 stick and handheld vacuum cleaner.  Consumer ratings are good and the vacuum sports over 20 minutes of run time with a 4 hour recharge time.  The vacuum is lightweight and quite maneuverable.  It also has the ability to stand upright so you don’t have to find a place to lean it (often a bit of an annoyance with stick vacs).  The dust canister on the EL2055B is quite small however and it requires frequent emptying.  A number of owners also lament the fact that this model does not include a charging base.



Avg. consumer rating = 90/100 

The LG CordZero A9 Kompressor is a premium contender in the on-going battle of cordless stick vacuums. We say “premium” because it is pricey - but you do get a lot. It includes 2 batteries that are designed to easily swap out and can be charged simultaneously. You also get a wall mount, a robust stand, a number of tools, and a telescopic wand. This is a 2-in-1 machine so when you remove the wand you go from stick vacuum to handheld vacuum. The unit is lightweight and quiet yet it still performs well on carpet and hard floors. However some owners lament the high price tag and also wish the run time was longer at maximum power.


Avg. consumer rating = 94/100 

The Dyson V11 Outsize is essentially a normal V11 on steroids.  It has a bigger cleaner head, more cyclones, a larger dust bin, and one version of the Outsize comes with 2 batteries.  This is the unit you need if you have a large area to clean but you still want cordless convenience.

Does it have a downside? Sure, it’s larger and heavier, but if you get it for the right reasons it’s a great machine.


Avg. rating = 91/100 

The Shark Rocket Pro cordless stick vacuum is a lightweight machine that is very easy to operate.  Owners like the low profile, the self-cleaning brushroll, and the swivel steering.  In addition, this is a two-in-one vacuum and can be used as a stick vacuum and a handheld vacuum.  Our cleaning tests showed very good debris pickup on both low pile carpet and tile flooring.  Run times are reasonable but not stellar and the unit does feel a little top heavy.  Also, it does not come with a stand or a wall mount and it will not stand on its own.


Avg. consumer rating = 88/100 

The Eureka RapidClean Pro is a lightweight, cordless stick vacuum that doubles as a handheld. It is best for cleaning bare floors and low pile carpet. The RapidClean is generally not too expensive and it is easy to move and to empty. Overall, owner ratings for the unit are reasonably good (88/100). However there are some issues and a number of owners cite problems with charging the unit and with weak suction. In addition, there are also comments indicating that the unit’s build quality could be better.


Avg. rating = 86/100 

The APEX Uplight bagless vacuum is another interesting machine from Shark. It is somewhere between an upright and a stick vacuum, but Shark has packed it with technology and features usually only found on their premier uprights. The Uplight has a HEPA filter, a sealed system, LED headlights, DuoClean Technology, Zero-M Technology, and the popular lift away feature. The vacuum even has retractable wheels that pop out when the unit is vertical, allowing it to stand on its own. So, does all this work while packed into such a small vacuum? For the most part yes, but the Uplight is not without issues.


Avg. consumer rating = 91/100 

Dyson is starting to close the performance gap between lightweight cordless vacuums and full-size corded uprights or canister vacuums.  The cordless stick vacuum has always been a compromise. You get a light, easy to move vacuum that is not tethered by a power cord, however the limited battery power usually results in either average suction, limited run times, or both. Not so with the V11. It uses an advanced motor, a large powerful battery, and a host of other technology to deliver long run times and also very respectable suction.  No, it is still not a match for your Dyson Ball Animal 2 upright vacuum, but to date this is as close to full-size vacuum cleaning ability that we’ve seen in a stick vac.


Avg. consumer rating = 88/100 

We just got our hands on the Dyson V10 Cyclone Motorhead cordless vacuum. Usually the Dyson stick vacs within a series (V6, V7, V8, V10) are very similar – therefore individual reviews of each model really aren’t necessary. However, in the case of the V10 Motorhead it is sufficiently different from the V10 Absolute and V10 Animal that it warrants a special look. During our analysis/testing we found that we really like this cordless vacuum – it packs most of the punch of the more expensive V10’s for less money.  In fact, if you have certain cleaning needs this could be the best choice.


Avg. consumer rating = 80/100 

The Dyson Cyclone V10 is the latest in futuristic-looking stick vacuums from Dyson.  The cordless V10 looks slightly different than its predecessors the V6/V7/V8 due to a more air-flow efficient design, however it is still an attractive machine and many folks will proudly display this on the wall in their home. It has a Maximum Mode that generates 51% more power than the V6/V7 and 31% more than the V8.  Build quality is solid and it is a great fit for a smaller home or apartment.  However for deep cleaning and a larger home you may still want to have a full size vacuum available.  Despite the research and upgrades, like all stick vacs you cannot get a long enough run time with “deep cleaning” power to do a large area.  This is also a rather expensive vacuum.


Avg. consumer rating = 90/100 

The Tineco A10 Hero is a lightweight cordless stick vacuum and it has been getting pretty good reviews and ratings.  This lithium-ion powered unit is another in a line of machines following the popular Dyson stick vacuum design.  For the most part we were impressed with the performance of the A10 Hero.  It performed well in a number of our tests and it also comes with a host of useful features.  In addition, it is very lightweight.  However, at this time we can’t speak to the longevity of the vacuum as we’ve only had it for a short time.


Avg. consumer rating = 94/100 

We just got our hands on the Dyson V8 Absolute cordless stick vacuum and have been running the machine through its paces.  For the most part, we’ve been impressed.  The V8 is a lightweight vacuum that is both a stick vacuum and a handheld.  It is maneuverable, easy to empty and very powerful for a cordless (in High Power Mode).  It includes an assortment of tools in addition to 2 specialized cleaning heads; one for carpet and one for bare floors.  It also sports a HEPA filter and a new hygienic system for removing debris from the dust canister.  Is it better than the still-popular Dyson V6 Absolute?  In our opinion, in many ways it is.


Avg. consumer rating = 79/100 

This is another in a long line of vacuums capitalizing on the Dyson stick vacuum design.  That’s not a bad thing.  The design is popular for many good reasons.  These kinds of vacuums are typically light, easy to use, and very versatile.  The Hoover Impulse BH53020 is no exception and it is lightweight, has plenty of suction, and can be used as a stick vac as well as a handheld vacuum.  It also has two power modes, three tools, and easily accessible controls.  However, it is a little on the loud side and some owners report that it feels a bit top heavy.  In addition, it is best for light cleaning and is not really designed for heavy duty work.


Avg. consumer rating = 80/100 

The Hoover React cordless vacuum cleaner is another in a long line of lightweight stick vacuums brought to market in the wake of the very popular Dyson V6/V7/V8 models.  Many of the big manufacturers are trying their hand at similar machines.  The react cordless gets average consumer ratings but it is a very attractive 2-in-1 vacuum (stick vac and handheld).  It’s also great for doing stairs and is quite maneuverable.  Battery run time is fairly good and recharge time is fast.  However, suction by many accounts, is mediocre and the vacuum has no high power mode for dealing with tougher cleaning jobs.


Avg. consumer rating = 92/100 

The Dyson V7 Motorhead, with its futuristic cyclonic cylinders and deep pink color, is a very striking stick vacuum. This machine cannot be mistaken for any other vacuum - but does it perform? If consumer ratings are any indicator then the answer is yes. Ratings for the V7 are very good and owners praise the unit for its light weight, power and convenience. Owners are also pleased that the vacuum is quiet, great for doing stairs, and able to clean carpet, rugs and bare floors. However, like many cordless vacuums, there are folks who feel the run time is inadequate for their cleaning needs. In addition, the V7 Motorhead, while great for quick cleanups, is not a full size vacuum and will struggle with larger more extensive cleaning jobs.


Avg. consumer rating = 78/100 

The Shark IONFlex 2X IF252 is another interesting vacuum from Shark.  It is a bagless, cordless, stick vacuum that sports 2 brushrolls, 2 batteries, and a flexible wand that can bend a full 180 degrees.  Consumers like some aspects of this vacuum but are not too crazy about others.  In our testing we found the IF252 suction to be strong, especially for a cordless machine, and the unit’s cleaning performance on carpet, bare floors and pet hair is quite good.  It is a little on the hefty side for a stick vacuum and some folks feel the handheld component itself is bulky.  The MultiFLEX Technology (bendable wand) is something of a hit and miss.  It’s useful for storage and while it works for vacuuming under low furniture it can be a little awkward.


Avg. consumer rating = 85/100 

Is the new Cruise cordless vacuum Hoover’s answer to the Dyson V8?  Judging from the design and features it certainly looks like this is what Hoover intends.  But is it a good alternative to the popular Dyson stick vac?  Well, yes and no.  Consumers are very pleased with the vacuum’s light weight, long run time and affordability (it is a fraction of the cost of a Dyson).  It is also a 2-in-1 vacuum and the ability to quickly convert to a handheld unit is an asset.  However there are reports that the suction is not very strong and that the cleaning head isn’t that easy to control.




Avg. consumer rating = 90/100 

In this review we take a look at the relatively new Dyson V6 Absolute cordless vacuum.  The Absolute is Dyson’s top-of-the-line cordless vacuum and consumer ratings are excellent.  It differs from the other V6 machines in the tools/attachments that are included and the level of filtration it provides.

While each V6 comes with a different package, what really sets the Absolute apart is the fact that it comes with two cleaner heads – the Direct-drive cleaner head for carpet, and the Soft roller cleaner head for hard floors (soft woven red & blue nylon sections that envelop debris and black anti-static carbon fibre filaments to remove fine dust). It also has a HEPA post motor filter, something none of the other V6’s have.


Avg. consumer rating = 94/100 

The Shark Rocket PowerHead model AH452 is something of a hybrid between an upright and a stick vacuum.  It is fairly lightweight (for an upright) and has some unique design features including placing most components in the cleaner head and interchangeable brushrolls. Consumer ratings are excellent and owners like the strong suction, easy operation & maintenance, and also the performance on bare surfaces and carpet.  It does not come with a hose or attachments however and this reduces the machine’s ability to be an all-around vacuum cleaner.




Avg. consumer rating = 80/100 

The Hoover Air Cordless Series 3.0 was just released in April of this year.  It is a cordless, lightweight upright that is somewhere between a stick vac and a full size vacuum - perhaps best described as a mid-size, cordless upright.  It comes with 2 long-life batteries so run time is excellent and the machine is very easy to maneuver.  The hose and wand assembly is awkward however and a few owners report that the tools are not particularly high quality.


Avg. consumer rating = 77/100 

The Bissell 1534 is a cordless, bagless vacuum that is somewhere between an upright and a stick vac. If you are expecting an upright then you will feel this vacuum is very lightweight. If you are expecting a stick vac then you may feel the 1534 is on the heavy side. As it is not entirely a full size vacuum it isn’t a good fit as the sole machine for a large home (canister fills quickly and narrow cleaning path width). This, like most compact vacuums, is best for quick, smaller cleaning jobs. If you know what you are buying this vacuum can be a good choice.  If you expect something else you may be disappointed.


Avg. consumer rating = 92/100 

The Shark Rocket Complete TruePet with DuoClean (HV382) is an interesting vacuum. In many ways it adheres to typical vacuum design but in some ways it does not. First, it is something of a hybrid between a stick vac and an upright. Second, it has 2 brushrolls in the main nozzle, and comes with an odd looking “under-appliance” wand. Differences aside, does it work? In our testing & analysis the vacuum works quite well. It is versatile, has great suction, includes useful tools, and has a long power cord. But it does have a few drawbacks - there's no HEPA filter and it won't stand on its own.


Avg. consumer rating = 92/100 

Note: This is now known as the Dyson V6.  In some ways Dyson are the Apple of the vacuum world. They create innovative, exciting products designed to capture your imagination. The DC59 does not disappoint - it is versatile, light weight, portable and able to operate as an upright or handheld. It is bagless, cordless and has a lifetime filter, making consumables a thing of the past. In addition, the vacuum is capable on carpet, bare floors, upholstery and even pet hair. But you pay for such a product and it is one of the more expensive stick vacs on the market today.


Avg. consumer rating = 92/100 

The Shark Rocket is a relatively new vacuum cleaner and is somewhere between a stick vac and an upright.  It is similar to the Dyson stick vacs, like the DC44, except the Dysons are smaller, lighter and cordless while the Rocket has a power cord. Dysons are also more expensive.  Consumer ratings are very good for the Rocket.  Owners like that the machine has strong suction, is fairly maneuverable, and is effective at dealing with pet hair.  But it is a bit top heavy and can be hard on the wrist.



Avg. consumer rating = 88/100 

This is another Shark Navigator vacuum cleaner that is getting great consumer ratings.  The Shark Freestyle cordless stick vacuum (model SV1100) is capable on both carpet and bare floors and is effective at pulling up the likes of pet hair, dry cat food and kitty litter.  The unit is light, powerful and carries a long charge -– a critical feature in a battery operated machine. It is fairly bare bones however and doesn'’t include any attachments nor does it convert to a handheld like a number of other stick vacuums.



Avg. consumer rating = 85/100 

The Dyson DC44 Animal is Dyson'’s latest stick/handheld vacuum cleaner and it is essentially an upgraded Dyson DC35 Digital Slim.  Upgrades include a more powerful floor tool, increased run time and a motorized tool for pulling up pet hair.  Consumers praise the vacuum for its strong suction and versatility but most also feel that it is quite expensive.



Avg. consumer rating = 83/100 

The Miele Quickstep S194 is Miele’'s latest stick vacuum and while consumer ratings are few, those that are available indicate a respectable level of satisfaction.  Owners praise the Quickstep'’s power, quiet operation and ability to pull up pet hair.  Some do find the vacuum a bit on the heavy side however.  It should also be noted that this stick vacuum is best for hard floors and low pile carpet.  Like most stick vacs it is not intended for deep pile or plush carpet cleaning.


Avg. consumer rating = 75/100 

The Black & Decker PSV1800, sometimes called the Black & Decker Pivot Vac, is a bagless and cordless stick vacuum that is effective on both bare floors and carpets.It lasts a fairly long time on a single charge and comes with a 2-year warranty.  There are some consumer comments that it is awkward emptying the dirt canister however.



Avg. consumer rating = 78/100 

The latest Ergorapido has one major improvement over previous models – the Lithium Ion battery.  Lithium Ion batteries recharge must faster than the NiMH batteries used in older Ergorapido models and they also provide fade-free power.  The new 18V battery also ensures strong suction for a stick vac.  Owners Like that the vacuum is lightweight, maneuverable and comes with a built-in handheld vacuum.  It is great on hard surfaces but like many stick vacuums it is only average on carpet.



Avg. consumer rating = 90/100 

The Eureka Quick Up group of vacuums appears to have some average vacuums and some winners.  The corded 169H or 169J are getting top notch ratings. The 96 series is also quite popular and are all very light and have good, strong batteries.  All of these stick vacs are inexpensive and double as handheld vacuums.



Avg. consumer rating = 88/100 

The Dyson Digital Slim is both a handheld and a stick vacuum.  It is driven by a powerful digital motor and comes with a floor tool capable of cleaning both carpet and bare floors.  A long aluminum wand also helps this unit clean from the floor to the ceiling effectively.  It uses lithium ion batteries for fast recharging and fade-free power.  Owners are pleased with the vacuum’s strong suction and build quality but feel it is quite costly and that it falls short in terms of battery power duration.


Avg. consumer rating = 73/100 

Like most Miele vacuum cleaners this one works very well but reviews are fairly average and it is also expensive. Having said that, it was recently rated by Consumers Digest as a Best Buy.  Owner ratings on this unit are limited, but those comments that can be found are good in some cases but poor in others.  The Miele S163 stick vacuum also comes with a Super Air Clean Filter and an optional HEPA filter, a level of air filtration not overly common with stick vacs.  It is recommended for low-pile carpeting and smooth floors.



Avg. consumer rating = 84/100 

This is an inexpensive (about $50.00) and fairly simple stick vacuum manufactured by Bissell.  It is somewhat innovative in that it has a “v-shaped” nozzle that is designed to direct larger debris to the unit’s main suction area while the arms of the “v” pick up the finer dust and particles.  The 81L2 is a corded, bagless upright that is light, manueverable and good on hard surfaces but it has limited effectiveness on carpet and some owners feel it is a bit loud.



Avg. consumer rating = 86/100 

The Hoover Corded Cyclonic Stick Vacuum (model SH20030) gets strong ratings from consumers with owner comments indicating a very high level of satisfaction with the unit's maneuverability, light weight and quiet operation.  This is a corded stick vacuum so there is no battery life or recharging issues to speak of.  It also comes with a brushbar that makes it effective on both carpets and bare floors.



Avg. consumer rating = 78/100 

The EL1012A stick vac got fairly good reviews when it first came out.  Ratings have slipped a little over time however.  The machine's full name is the Electrolux EL1012A Stick Hand Vac 2 N 1 Ergorapido Cordless - we sometimes wish vacuum cleaner manufacturers would find a way to make less complicated names.  Consumer ratings for the vacuum are average.  Suction power is good and the built in handheld is a nice feature but the lengthy recharge time is an issue for some owners.


 Avg. consumer rating = 66/100 

The Miele S168 stick vacuum is the latest Miele stick vac and it is slightly more advanced (and more expensive) than the S163.   The suction on the S168 is fully variable and some consumers heap praise on this machine for its power and its ability to run very quietly.  On the downside, even though rather light for an upright, it is considered by many to be too heavy for a stick vacuum.



Avg. consumer rating = 61/100 

This is a short and to-the-point review of a popular, no-frills, stick vacuum cleaner.  The vacuum is lightweight and good for simple cleanups.  It is also a sleek, good looking machine that is fairly effective at picking up pet hair.  It is not meant to do heavy-duty work however.


 Avg. consumer rating = 85/100 

The Hoover Platinum Collection Linx Cordless Stick Vacuum is sometimes referred to as the Platinum Collection Cordless Stick Vac or sometimes simply the BH50010 (which is the model number).  It is a cordless and bagless stick vacuum cleaner and is the first stick vacuum to come equipped with Hoover’s WindTunnel technology. Also, out of the 13 retail sites we found with consumer ratings, not one had ratings that averaged less than 4 stars out of 5, and most were higher.



Avg. consumer rating = 78/100 

A lightweight, bagless, inexpensive vacuum cleaner manufactured by Hoover.  Ratings are reasonable but not spectacular.  It is also rather fashionable and has a sleek, smooth design with a painted high gloss finish.


Avg. consumer rating = 56/100 

Dirt Devil makes quite a few funky looking vacuum cleaners.  The Dirt Devil MBV2030 Rechargeable Broom Vacuum is no exception.  This device is essentially a combination broom and vacuum cleaner and comes in a myriad of colours from basic black or white to plum, seabreeze or butter yellow (and more).  Is this the best vacuum cleaner?  Let's review the features and consider what consumers report...




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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.  

I strive to write unbiased, intelligent vacuum cleaner reviews and I provide a score for each and every vacuum I investigate.  My goal is to help you find the best vacuum for your cleaning needs.

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