Best Hand Cordless Vacuum

Best Hand Cordless Vacuum – Handheld vacuums are a great option if you’re looking to clean small spills around the home. They’re lightweight, portable, and due to their small size, they’re handy when tackling more difficult or uneven terrain like inside your car or on your stairs.

Some stick or canister vacuums also have a handheld configuration, making them even more versatile if you need to clean larger areas. Unfortunately, handheld vacuums tend to have small dirt compartments. If they’re cordless, they may also have a shorter continuous battery life than non-handheld vacuums.


1.Vapamore MR-50

Pros & Cons

Although it can easily handle dry pickup, the corded MR-50 is a steamer that excels at wet pick-up, especially pet messes, eliminating the need for chemical cleaners. It comes with a squeegee and nylon brush attachments as well as a spare washable filter.

Little wheels by the nozzle help you perfectly position the vacuum to suction. Then, flip the switch and steam the area, using dry or wet steam. During our tests, no stains or odor remained. We loved how quiet and simple the whole process was and also how easy it was to empty and clean the machine afterwards.

2.Wagan EL7205

Pros & Cons

This lightweight and inexpensive vacuum plugs into any 12V outlet and has a 10-foot power cord. It performed well in our tests, picking up dirt and debris as well as pet hair from vehicle carpeting and seats.

It comes with a crevice tool and brush tool as well as a carrying bag to keep the vacuum and accessories neatly stored together in your trunk or garage.


Pros & Cons

A smart pick for your workshop, the cordless DeWalt is ideal for craft and DIY projects. Its powerful suction and extra-large tank lets you clean up big messes — even wet spills. It’s easy to empty and clean too.

The attached extendable hose gives an extra two and a half feet of reach so you can get into awkward nooks and crannies, and we love that it has a HEPA filter. This kit includes a charger and removable battery, which is interchangeable with batteries in other DeWalt tools.

4.IRIS USA 596942

Pros & Cons

Designed for vacuuming upholstery and mattresses, the corded and compact IRIS has a very powerful suction mechanism to shake loose and remove dust, dust mites and other allergens.

Its special sensor and colored lighting system lets you know if the surface is completely clean, and its ergonomic handle and hinged body make it easy to use. During our tests, it performed poorly trying to pick up debris from a hard floor, although it picked up pet hair from carpet and crumbs from a fabric covered chair with ease.


Pros & Cons

Thanks to Black + Decker’s motorized mini brush attachment, there’s nowhere pet hair can hide. An extra-long pullout crevice tool and the extra-large bottom-emptying dust bin make cleaning up after pets even easier.

This model aced our pet-hair-pickup test and did well with other messes too – even without using the boost power setting (although some sand scattered on hard flooring).

6.Shark WV201 WANDVAC

Pros & Cons

The Shark WandVac is compact, super lightweight and ideal for those quick clean-up jobs. The accessory bank attaches to the charging dock, keeping the duster crevice tool and multi-surface pet tool right where you need them.

It performed well in our tests, and was especially good at picking up pet hair with the multi-surface pet tool, although much of the fluff was caught up on the tool. We like its washable filter and that it recharges faster than other slimline handheld vacuums.


Pros & Cons

Don’t let the Eufy’s slim shape fool you. About the size of a wine bottle, this sleek and lightweight (just over one pound!) handheld vacuum is full-featured. It includes a crevice/brush tool, a washable filter and a cap that lets it stand upright for storage or charging.

Small but mighty, the Eufy rivaled bigger models for cleaning ability. A soft grip makes it comfortable to hold. It runs quietly for up to 13 minutes, and lights alert you when the battery needs charging.


Best Hand Cordless Vacuum – Just like regular-sized vacuums, today’s handheld vacuums come in a range of styles with a slew of features. And, unlike past versions, these babies pack some serious punch to suck up more and run longer than their clunky older cousins.

You can also count on standard features like ergonomic grips, different speeds, and dust cups that are a breeze to dump out and reattach. There are even vacuums that are specially designed to tackle pesky pet hair or wet and dry messes. Basically, there’s a handheld vacuum for just about every kind of mess you’re looking to tackle.