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Eureka AirSpeed Bagless Upright
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- Upholstery and dusting brush, No tools required to assemble
- 27' power cord with easy cord release, Deluxe stretch hose with wands provides 10' of reach to remove dirt from all surfaces
- HEPA filter removes up to 99.97 percent of all allergens for cleaner home
- Airspeed technology with wide tubes diverts the suction power to the floor or the hose
- Scuff-resistant furniture guard
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The Airspeed really lives up to the advertising claims! WOW, the pick-up power! It had been a week since I vacuumed my room and the carpet looked clean, but gave the vac its first whirl. The Airspeed picked up the deep hidden dust, dirt and the Arm & Hammer and Love-My-Carpet "salts" that the old vacuums left behind! It also raised up the nap/fibers of the carpet. I kept vacuuming the carpet and picked up more deep down grime. The canister was 2/3 full and showed the girt, dirt and dust. There were "dark grey" dust bunnies pulled out of the "clean carpet" from the deep hidden dirt, the carpet felt softer. So much so, that my 9-year-old daughter laid down on the just vacuumed carpet and said "Daddy, the carpet is soooo soft!"
The high traffic area in our living room carpet is less matted and cleaner. The Airspeed picked up the dark colored deep dirt and brought the color closer to the original color. The carpet is 10 years old, the vac cannot completely "restore" the carpet, but if we had had the Airspeed vacuum, the carpet would have stayed newer looking longer.
Because of allergeries, we have an allergen reducing clothes washer, use pleated filters in the AC/Furnace and change them every 2 weeks when the unit is running a lot. The Airspeed with the hepa filter is now one more tool for taking allergens out of the home; not to mention the hose reaches the return registers without having to pick up the vacuum.Read more ›
I can only compare to my previous vacuum, but these are my thoughts:
*Power/performance: Excellent!!! Wasn't all that surprised at how much dirt and dog hair (golder retriever) it picked up, as the reviews prepared me for that...even after vacuuming with old vac. But was shocked at how much actual carpet fiber it picked up off our NINE year old carpet!
*Upholstery attachment: LOVE. Put my previous one to SHAME -- the spinning brush makes a world of difference. (I owe anyone who previously sat on my furniture a huge apology!)
*Noise: Quieter than my previous
*Maneuverability: surprisingly easy, based on its size. Lifting up stairs, as awkward as any upright vac...it is what it is.
*Canister: this is my first canister vac, so time will tell whether I prefer it to a bag vac, but I can't imagine any canister vac would be much easier to empty -- had no issue with messiness, just drops out the bottom -- was a little awkward to hold until I discovered the little finger-sized handle on the back
On a side note, I recommended this vacuum to a friend that was also vac shopping (has half carpet, half hardwood) and she called to thank me. She "LOVED" her new vac. As do I.
I would encourage shoppers to check out other site reviews (i.e. Walmart, Target) as there are too few here on Amazon at this time to make an accurate comparison. Then come back to Amazon to purchase, of course :)
I dont plan on it lasting years and years like a Dyson, but for the price and performance, its perfect. Lots of cool attachments, easy to use the attachment hose...long cord, long hose. Easy to assemble, easy and great on hardflooring, too.
Update: Have had the vacuum 2 months now...still LOVE IT! It gets out SOOOOOO much dirt. You DO, however, have to empty and clean/brush out the filter every other time for optimal suction. I really dont mind this, as I do it anyway to keep the vacuum in good shape. Ive let the filter go a couple weeks - and I can tell it loses suction power (more on the hard tile) but if I keep the filter clean, its fine. Im going to buy a second filter so I have the ability to switch out and rotate them.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good vaccuum for cleaning heavy rugs and bare floor. HOWEVER, when you switch to the 'tool' setting, the rotating/spinning/sucking of the vaccuum does not stop. Read morePublished 13 months ago by C. Chandler
I bought a sister to this thing @$167 and they saw me coming. It is very heavy to move around (#25+) and nasty to clean the "bagless" vacuum cleaner. Read morePublished 19 months ago by uncle joe
We bought this vacuum for a small space with light use because of: Eureka name, light weight, narrow width (an advantage for us). Read morePublished 24 months ago by Keepitsimple
This vacuum performs well, until you try to empty the canister. Opening the bottom will release loose dirt, but if you have pets it won't release anything. Read morePublished on March 22, 2014 by Amazon Customer
Got this exact model from Walmart for just under $130 + tax. Assembly was easy, although the pictures on the guide sheet are not easy to follow. Read morePublished on March 15, 2014 by R. Lange
I have had this thing since it came out and love it soooo much and has been put through everything imaginable and still performs like new a lot of people who say the products quits... Read morePublished on November 9, 2013 by Greg
We're habitual filter cleaners. We clean that baby every two weeks. We also empty the canister every time. Better safe than sorry, right? Read morePublished on October 1, 2013 by Katzilla
I don't like to write bad reviews, but who ever heard of having to assemble a vacuum and then in the middle of vacuum it comes APART. ugh -- do not purchase. Read morePublished on August 4, 2013 by nancy
Consumer Reports listed this vacuum as a "best buy" but having used it once, it's going back to the store. Read morePublished on July 30, 2013 by gw
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