Best Pet Vacuum Under 100

Best Pet Vacuum Under 100 – The best upright vacuum under $100 that we’ve tested is the BISSELL PowerForce Helix. This budget-friendly upright vacuum delivers excellent overall performance on low and high-pile carpet, easily cleaning pet hair and the majority of fine and large debris. It has a five-level surface-type adjustment feature that enables you to adjust its floorhead height with the twist of a dial.

The only component in this vacuum that needs periodic replacing is its pre-motor filter, so recurring costs are low. Its dirt compartment is also quite large and consequently shouldn’t need emptying very often. You can clean hard-to-reach by decoupling its hose from its main body, and it comes with an extension tool, a soft-bristle brush, and a crevice tool.

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1.Eureka Mighty Mite

The best vacuum cleaner under $100 with a canister design that we’ve tested is the Eureka Mighty Mite. This bagged vacuum is lightweight and compact, making it easy to maneuver in cluttered areas or pick up and carry. It’s also remarkably easy to maintain, with the few parts that require regular cleaning being simple to access.

This vacuum delivers fantastic performance on bare, even surfaces like hardwood or tile, easily sucking up pet hair as well as debris like rice or cereal. It does a good job cleaning material on low and high-pile carpet, but you may need to make another pass to fully clean very fine debris. Its primary floorhead has bristles that can be extended or retracted depending on the floor type that you’re currently on. You can also remove its extension wand and clean with either its hard-bristle brush or its combination upholstery/crevice tool.

2.Bissell

The best upright vacuum under $100 that we’ve tested is the BISSELL PowerForce Helix. This budget-friendly upright vacuum delivers excellent overall performance on low and high-pile carpet, easily cleaning pet hair and the majority of fine and large debris. It has a five-level surface-type adjustment feature that enables you to adjust its floorhead height with the twist of a dial.

The only component in this vacuum that needs periodic replacing is its pre-motor filter, so recurring costs are low. Its dirt compartment is also quite large and consequently shouldn’t need emptying very often. You can clean hard-to-reach by decoupling its hose from its main body, and it comes with an extension tool, a soft-bristle brush, and a crevice tool.

3.Shark CH951

The best cordless vacuum under $100 with a handheld design we’ve tested is the Shark UltraCyclone Pet Pro+. It’s a compact vacuum with a lightweight, portable design and good build quality. It’s easy to maintain, with only a couple of parts that need regular cleaning, and recurring costs are minimal aside from its dust cup filter, which you need to replace periodically.

It performs amazingly well on high-pile carpets, effectively cleaning pet hair and debris like sand and baking soda. It’s also versatile and performs remarkably well on low-pile carpets and bare floors. It lacks any suction power adjustments, but it comes with a few extra brushes and tools, including a turbo brush for fabrics and furniture and a crevice tool for tight spots.

4.Hoover

If you’re looking for a handheld vacuum with a larger dustbin, consider the Hoover ONEPWR Cordless Hand Vacuum. This cordless vacuum is slightly heavier than the Shark UltraCyclone Pet Pro+ and doesn’t come with a turbo brush, but it does have a bigger dirt compartment that shouldn’t need emptying quite as often. Its battery life of approximately 15 minutes is slightly longer, and it charges much faster.

It delivers exceptional performance on bare floors, though it struggles more with fine debris on carpeted surfaces. Unfortunately, this vacuum also lacks an allergen-trapping HEPA filter. Since it also lacks a soft-bristle brush, you have to be careful not to scratch any delicate surfaces.

5.WORX WX030L

This small but mighty machine weighs only 3 pounds and scored best overall for handheld vacuums in our GH Cleaning Lab. What makes it even better is that it’s cordless!

The rechargeable battery is compatible with any 20v or 40v Worx tools, so there is no need to buy another if you already have one at home. The vacuum also features a HEPA filter which can be cleaned with warm water, and the flexible hose extends up to 4 feet long and comes with a crevice nozzle and brush attachment, making it easy to get into small spaces.

6.Eureka

If you’re looking for something with a kick, this pick is likely a bit more powerful than the other lightweight stick option on this list. The rotating brush head helps tackle dirt and debris on different surface types.

Its 30-foot cord means you can reach and maneuver around easily as you clean. Although we haven’t tried this model yet, other Eureka stick vacuums we’ve tested performed well in our tests.

7.HOTOR

A cheap Amazon favorite with over 17,800 ratings, this vacuum is a bargain, to say the least. It plugs into your car’s 12-volt outlet with an almost 15-foot cord and features a headlight to nab every last speck under and between the seats.

There’s also a washable stainless steel filter, a hose, brush, crevice tool and even a storage bag to pack it up neatly into the trunk so it’s handy at home or on the road.

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Best Pet Vacuum Under 100 – Unfortunately, this vacuum feels quite flimsy in construction, especially its floorhead wheels and clear plastic dirt compartment.

There are quite a few parts that need regular cleaning, and its bulky design and lack of a rotating floorhead can make it tricky to maneuver in tight spaces. Otherwise, if you’re looking for an affordable vacuum that can handle messes on carpets, this is a good option.

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