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BISSELL DigiPro Canister Vacuum, 6900

by Bissell

List Price: $299.99
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  • Digital sensor automatically adjusts suction power for optimal results
  • DirtLifter PowerBrush with 5 height adjustments, headlight, and fingertip controls
  • Multi-Level filtration reduces household allergens
  • 360-degree swivel caster and large easy glide wheels
  • 18 by 11-1/2 by 40 inches; weighs 21-1/4 pounds
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  • Product Dimensions: 24.3 x 15.6 x 13.2 inches ; 21.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 27 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00008NRTZ
  • Item model number: 6900
  • Average Customer Review: 2.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #713,315 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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You may think of canister vacuums as clumsy beasts, but the 12-amp Bissell DigiPro canister vacuum is anything but. Built with exacting attention to details and sturdy components, the vacuum is easy to use and versatile enough for the whole house. Plus, it incorporates filtration and digital sensor technology that automatically adjusts suction power for optimal results.

Designed for bare floors and carpet, the DigiPro's floor nozzle has edge-cleaning construction, five different heights, a 13-inch cleaning path, and a wide headlight. You can adjust suction with the variable power controls, using low for delicates, economy for normal cleaning, and high for ground-in dirt. Or, leave it on automatic to make use of Bissell's digital detection system. The 5-row brush roll can be switched off if necessary, and the wand telescopes to accommodate different user heights or hard-to-reach tasks. The Multi-Level filter reduces household allergens.

The DigiPro is useful for above-floor jobs and stairways, too, with a compact shape that fits onto stairs, and a dusting brush, upholstery tool, and crevice attachment stored onboard. Handy extras include a bag-change indicator, fingertip switches, automatic cord rewind, and oversized toe-tap buttons. Large casters, swivel-glide wheels, and a comfortable carrying handle enhance maneuverability. For storage, the nozzle can be parked in two places on the canister, which stores either upright or horizontal. Bissell includes 12 extra vacuum bags to get you started. --Emily Bedard

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Bissell DigiPro Canister Vacuum - Advanced innovation and versatility in a powerful vacuum

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Customer Reviews

It's not very good for this feature.
A. Geary
I will never buy another Bissell product because they are shoddy!
Nikki A. Hall
This seems like false advertising and I shall explain why.
MicTrik

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

55 of 58 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 11, 2003
I am a big fan of canister vacuums, and when my old one recently broke I turned to Amazon to research all the latest models. I decided to buy the DigiPro because of the many features it offered for a great price. I am pleased to report that it performs better than I expected, and I was happy with my old one so I expected quite a bit. I like how it allows me to control the amount of suction power, the adjustments for various carpet heights/hard floors, and the ability to turn on/off the brushes. It has washable HEPA filters so there are no expensive filters to replace and it even has a light that comes on when it is time to change the bag. The cord has a push button retractor so the cord rewinds itself and stores out of the way.
I have 3 kids, 1 dog, and 1 cat, so needless to say I have plenty to clean up. It's nice knowing that tucked away in the closet is a great vacuum that can help me tackle any mess. This vacuum is definitely worthy of a 5 star review.
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63 of 69 people found the following review helpful By MicTrik on January 14, 2004
Yes this vacuum is lite, it's small, it has very good suction and reasonable (a bit small) tools. Though one of the biggest reasons many people buy it is for is it's proclaimed HEPA filtration. This seems like false advertising and I shall explain why. The unit is advertised to provide HEPA filtration but most of the exaust is not expelled through the filter!! Rather it is expelled through the rear of the vacuum where the cord is attached. This is likely because the unit is not sealed. A HEPA filter is attached on the exaust port at the top of the unit but exaust is routed out of cracks do to back-pressure from the HEPA filter. HEPA filters can catch particles as small as 3 microns and this makes them very resistant to air flow. Back pressure is built up due to this resistance and the resulting pressure forces the air to escape through paths of lesser resistance. Unfortunately this releases most all the molds, dust mites, and other allergins into the air. As matter of fact it seems that the filter may only filter 15% of the exaust on this vacuum, the rest finds its way out the cord release and other cracks. Bottom line the unit is flawed by design and saying it offers HEPA filtration is a lie. Anyone who designed this vacuum had to of known this to be true before it hit the market. Their is just about no way any design engineer could of overlooked this. Bissell desided to sell the unit anyway and claim it has HEPA filtration. What a con... Now many people will purchase this unit and never realize that it is not providing the level of filtration it advertised.
I did call their customer service and the service rep (very nice) did confirm that exaust was also expelled from the rear on the sample unit they had in the office. This was all he could say. I Would love to hear from someone at Bissell with regard to this. It would be nice to see a company stand behind their claims. Untill then no stars!!!
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By John Caldwell on February 13, 2004
The Reviewer makes an excellent point! This unit will not provide HEPA filtration of exaust air. So if you are buying this unit due to allergies or based on the procaimed HEPA filtration you would do best to pass this unit up. However as a normal vacuum, the unit is very good. Due to its small size it is very easy to manuver through tight spots. Suction is very good as well as the power head. The hose is of poor quality and tends to kink, but all in all a good vacuum. They just shouldn't claim HEPA filtration as the previous reviewer (mictrik) has pointed out so well. These days it isn't hard to find vacuums with HEPA filtration so passing this unit up wont be to big of a loss. Fix this issue and Bissell would have a true star.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Sam Barnum on October 19, 2003
Based in part on the glowing reviews on this site, I purchased this Bissell 6900 vacuum for our small condo. Previously I used a Mighty-Mite canister vacuum for our place, but it has gotten quite old, the hose has a permanent crimp in it, and it never did a very good job on our few area rugs. Most of our floor is bare hardwood, however.
Turns out the Bissell is the exact opposite problem. When I turn on the brushes, it does quite a good job of cleaning our area rugs, but when I turn off the brush, it refuses to pick up anything more substantial than a dust bunny from the hardwood floor. It seems that the base is too wide to allow substantial suction, and there is nothing coming in contact with the floor to dislodge any stuck particles. I dumped a small amount of fresh cat litter on the hardwood floor and tried to pick it up with the Bissell. Very unsatisying, I could have done it faster and more thoroughly with a broom and dustpan.
It seems that a different attachment would work much better for bare floors than the standard one with the brushes, but alas, the one that comes with the vacuum is only about 3 inches wide. The claim that this vacuum works great for both carpet and hardwood seems totally bogus to me.
Some other notes:
- It is actually very quiet with the brushes turned off.
- Suction is also good, as tested by removing the cleaning head and using the various attachments.
- Telescoping feature is nice, but sometimes doesn't lock in place correctly when going over bumpy terrain
- Adjustible power feature seems kind of froofy; I'm not clear on what kind of person would say "well, the floor isn't really TOO dirty, let's ramp down the power a bit today..."
Summary: I wouldn't recommend this vacuum for anyone with more than a few patches of hardwood floor.
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