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Hoover S3341 Constellation Bagged Canister Vacuum Cleaner

by Hoover

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  • Powerful 12 amp canister vacuum cleaner for all floor surfaces
  • Durable steel construction; floats on air for easy, lightweight maneuverability
  • Hard-floor nozzle, TurboPower nozzle, upholstery brush, crevice tool, and dusting brush included
  • 12-foot stretch hose; telescoping extension wand; HEPA filtration
  • Measures 14-1/4 by 14-1/4 by 15 inches; 2-year warranty
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  • Item Weight: 16.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 22.4 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000G295IA
  • Item model number: S3341
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,569,447 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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The Hoover S3341 Constellation Bagged canister floats on air which allows it to safely glide along on all types of floors. The canister is of all steel constuction. The powerful 12 amp motor gives you the suction power necessary for all cleaning needs but is also very quiet.The TurboPower Nozzle allows you to get hard to reach dirt in your carpet. The Breathe Easy system with Hepa filtration bag traps 99.9%of all particles down to .3 microns The deluxe tool set gives you everything you need to clean. The tools feature coarse hair bristles that are tough on dirt but gentle on floors. The tools include a 12" hard floor nozzle, that can be used on hard wood, slate, tile,marble and linoleum floors. A 6" upholstry brush that can be used with or without brushes and a crevice tool. The tools all fit at the end of a 12' stretch hose and a telescoping wand that adjusts from 23" to 39" which gives you a full 15' of cleaning reach.

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Customer Reviews

Has amazing suction & is so easy to vacuum.
Rachel S. Gutierrez
The Constellation has a long cord, so you're able to vacuum a large area without plugging it in again.
M. Taylor
It is sturdy and well made, and though made of metal is much lighter than my previous plastic hoover.
dlouise

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50 of 50 people found the following review helpful By M. Taylor on April 19, 2007
If you're familiar with "air hockey," you can imagine how the Constellation moves. It glides on a cushion of air, and therefore moves around very easily. However, this wonderful feature has a drawback you have to get used to; if you set the Constellation down in a pile of dust, the dust in the immediate area gets blown around. The way to avoid this is to vacuum from a clean area, toward a dusty area, always keeping the vacuum behind you, in a clean area. This may sound like a pain, but I find it easy to do, and the ease with which the Constellation moves makes up for having to adopt a new cleaning method.

In 1970 I was given a 1950's vintage Constellation that had been in continuous use. I used it happily until 2004, when it finally broke down. That makes about 50 years of service. In all those years, the only maintenance was a new cord.

When I started shopping for a replacement, I was sadly disappointed. I looked at everything on the market, and found shoddy materials and hard-to-use products. I finally settled on an expensive Ghibli designed for industrial use. It has a long cord, large bags, good suction, and is sturdy. But it doesn't follow me around like the Constellation did.

So, when I saw that Hoover was once again making the Constellation, I bought myself a brand new one. I was afraid Hoover might have made negative improvements, but most features match the original, and all materials are sturdy. The one disappointment is the heaviness of the tube (wand). Luckily I had saved the attachments from my old Constellation, and was able to use my old, light-weight alluminum wands. I have only wood and tile floors, with a few throw rugs, so when I vacuum, I use only the crevice tool.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By MG on April 23, 2007
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We have a Dyson for the carpets, but it's actually heavy and not easily used on stairs. The Constellation actually fulfills quite a niche. It's quiet, has very good power, well made components; and floats easily from Pergo/Wooden floors to carpet.

The Constellation is well made and is not like most cheap plastic models on sale in large box stores.

I highly recommend it!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By dlouise on July 11, 2007
I am SO happy with my purchase. I have exclusively hardwood floors and this vacuum is a dream. The motor is much, much quieter than my just retired 10 year old Hoover, and it glides across the floor effortlessly - a gentle tug by the user and it glides (seems to float) in the direction you tugged. HEPA filtered bags! (I have allergies, hence no carpets). It is sturdy and well made, and though made of metal is much lighter than my previous plastic hoover. I think it will be easier to keep IT clean as well, my previous hoover had many crevices on the surface into which dust/dirt eventually settled that was impossible to remove. If you have all/mostly/lots of hard floors, you can't go wrong here.

Amended 8/27: I have discovered one frustrating feature to this vacuum. There is no easy way to wind the power cord for storage. It has a place where it belongs, at the base of the ball-shaped canister, but actually winding it is a real pain. I needed to detach the vacuum head, and somehow manage the tubing over my shoulder since I need two hands to wind (it's hard to explain!). I wrapped it around my neck (like a big snake in a tourist photo) and kept it there while clumsily winding. It's awkward, to say the least. That being said, I still love my vacuum.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By RealTime on August 29, 2007
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We purchased the Constellation because we have always had reliable service from our Hoover appliances and wanted to try the Constellation's novel "floating" feature, but this did not make up for its heavy weight and awkward shape. It is especially difficult to rewind the long cord around the base for storage; a retractable cord is almost a necessity with this design. The machine does have good suction and the metal parts will probably last forever, but if the floating capacity ever gives out it will be like dragging around a canon ball. We had to return it. We finally settled on a Panasonic MC-3920 which is tiny and lightweight and does a good job on our hard-finish floors. For carpets we use a Eureka upright.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Obnubilated on December 4, 2007
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This is a really well made vacuum. I remember having one as a kid and it's still made the same way. Metal parts, very simple to put together and take apart and unlike other models, comes standard with all of the attachements you need.

Because it exhausts through the bottom to create the floating feature, it can blow dust around if you drop into the middle of a pile of dust. The key is to start in one corner of the room and make your way across. Also, be gentle. The floating feature makes it very move very fast across the floor.

It doesn't have a motorized beater bar like an upright vacuum, so if you have very dirty or thick pile wall to wall carpet, it won't pick up deep down particles. I have hardwood floors with area rugs and it works great.

This is also a very quiet vacuum, so you won't go deaf from using it. The only drawback is the non-retractable cord. I don't mind winding it myself, but a retractable cord would be nice.
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