Best kenmore Canister Vacuum

Best kenmore Canister Vacuum – Cleaning your house isn’t always the most exciting thing on your to-do list—and when you have a big, bulky vacuum, it makes chores even less desirable. If this is a typical scenario in your household, you might want to invest in a canister vacuum.

Unlike the more popular upright vacuums, canister vacuums are often lighter and easier to maneuver, as the wheeled unit glides behind you as you work.

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1.Kenmore 81214

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This bagged Kenmore vacuum offers strong performance in exchange for a medium expenditure. This canister sucks up pet hair and allergen-causing dust and debris with a superior ability to shift between hard surfaces and carpeted.

The airflow tool is powerful, and the attachments made it easy to get into hard-to-reach nooks and crannies.

2.BISSELL Zing

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This is Amazon’s top-selling canister vacuum, with more than 16,300 ratings with an average of 4.4 stars, and it’s easy to see why. This super lightweight (10 pounds!) vacuum with 15 feet of cord punches well above its price point.

The vacuum works well on carpets and hard floors, with just a flip of a switch and no need to change attachments. The bagless canister features an easy-empty dirt cup.

3.Vacmaster

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The Vacmaster VBV1210 is strong and sturdy. The tank can hold up to 12 gallons of dust, waste, or water. The motor, at its peak, reaches five horsepower. The vacuum sucked up 2 gallons of liquid in 3.9 seconds, which means you can get water out of your basement if there’s ever a flood.

The motor is helpful when the vacuum converts to a handheld blower as well. At 210 mph, the blower capability of this shop vacuum is unmatched. The large tank does make the vacuum harder to move around and store, however.

4.Miele

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This 18.7-pound Miele bagged canister vacuum is a splurge to be sure, but it is also a powerhouse that will stand the test of time. This vacuum also delivers equally well on hard floors and carpets, a tall order for canisters.

The motor-driven Miele floorhead is designed to tackle any carpet, with a five-level height adjustment available, and an electrical beater bar that removes stubborn stains. The cord has a 21-foot reach.

5.Oreck Compact

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This Oreck canister weighs just 5.5 pounds, making it a great option for those who need to haul it all over the house, and for those with diminished strength.

It also packs major power, and features both strong suction and a good collection attachments, allowing users to bust dirt and dust in hard-to-reach places.

6.eureka

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This lightweight (9 pounds) Eureka can be hauled all over the house, but the 10-amp motor provides continuous suction that works well on hardwood and carpets.

It features a 20-foot cord and several multisurface cleaning tools with far reach that let you really get into corners you wouldn’t be able to touch otherwise.

7.Dyson Ball

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As we’ve noted, canister vacuums are not generally known for their carpet-cleaning prowess. But this Dyson is specifically designed to perform well on all flooring. It weighs 17.64 pounds, features a cord length of 21 feet and has a carbon fiber turbine head that picks up fine dust and removes ground-in dirt.

Users also love that the vacuum “self-rights” when it begins to topple over, and many praised its “efficiency” over many years.

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Best kenmore Canister Vacuum –  The downside is that canister vacuums are often better suited for hard floors and often don’t boast the power needed to clean high pile rugs. So, if you have wall-to-wall carpet, you might want to try an upright vacuum.

Other things to consider when buying a canister vacuum are if you have allergies or pets. If so, you’ll want a model with a HEPA filter and a sealed air filtration system as well as specialized attachments.

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