Bissell Zing Bagless Canister Vacuum, 1665 - Corded
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- Bagless Convenience: Cyclonic action and powerful suction provides thorough cleaning. Plus, no more bags to buy or change EVER
- Multi-Surface Cleaning: Easily go from cleaning carpets to hard floors with the flip of a switch
- Three-Stage Filtration: Dirt cup filters and post-motor filter help to capture more fine dust and particles. Filters are washable and re-usable
- Includes: Easy Empty Dirt Cup, Combination Crevice Tool/Dusting Brush, Automatic Cord Rewind, Air Flow Regulator
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The zing bagless canister vacuum is a convenient whole-home cleaning system. Its lightweight, compact design makes traveling upstairs with the floor brush easy, especially since the zing has a carrying handle. You can also attach the extension wand or combination crevice tool/dusting brush to capture dirt and dust from your above-floor surfaces. Variable suction control means that you can turn the suction down and even clean fabrics like curtains.
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Bissell Zing Bagged Canister Vacuum, 1668 - Corded
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|Item Dimensions||13.25 x 10.9 x 10.5 in||10.9 x 16.25 x 11.75 in||15.5 x 11.5 x 10 in||11.1 x 18.6 x 11.5 in||9 x 12 x 10 in||15.7 x 10.5 x 9.5 in|
|Item Weight||8 lbs||11.1 lbs||12 lbs||12.5 lbs||7.9 lbs||8 lbs|
|Additional Features||Bagless, Automatic Cord Rewind||Bagless, Automatic Cord Rewind||Bagless, Cyclonic, HEPA Filtration, Automatic Cord Rewind||Multi surface cleaning||Bagless, Automatic Cord Rewind||Compact, Lightweight and Automatic cord Rewind|
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This canister vacuum is very compact and light weight (only about 8lbs).
It is well designed and does not feel cheaply made.
I love the bag less feature, it saves time and money.
The handle is perfect. I can pick it up and carry it around the house.
The clear canister is also great, it easily comes off and goes back on.
Works well on floors and carpet and under furniture and under the bed since the floor attachment swivels.
Attachments: This vac comes with an extension wand, adaptable floor attachment that allows you to adjust to use on carpet or hardwood/tile/laminate floor, and a combination crevice tool/dusting brush.
Hose: The hose is almost 5 foot long, with the extension wand attached is about 9 feet in total length.
Cord: The retractable power cord is a generous 15 feet long.
If I'm being picky, the one con I have is that it can seem a bit loud at times. I have heard worse.
Thanks for reading my review. I hope this is helpful to you.
In performance, both of these were candidates to replace my current favorite "smallie" the Dirt Devil EZ Lite Bagless Canister Vacuum. I'm always looking for something with superior suction, and portability. This Bissell 1665, the "bagged" 1668, and the Dirt Devil are all fairly equal in my use so far. They DO have slightly different features.
All three have outstanding suction. I use this a lot on carpet landing where we have kitty litter boxes and they all totally pick up lots of crud and huge chunks off of carpet. All three are truly light and portable and mobile.
Both the 1665 and 1668 perform pretty much the same when it comes to clean. The 1665 is slightly smaller, and the 1668 comes with a single extendable metal extension, where the 1665 (this one) has two light weight plastic tubes. All other accessories are identical and interchangeable.
So, bags vs. bagless? In this case, I prefer this Bissell (1665), the bagless version. The main reason is that the bagged version has a pretty small bag. The downside with bagless vacs is that they usually can't store a lot compared to bags. However, the 1668 bag is so small that the advantage disappears. Bags are way more convenient and less messy, but you will have to buy them forever. You choose.
This does come with both a floor attachment that switches between flat and carpeted, and a multi-brush/slot attachment. The brush on that part is pretty tiny.
There are two large buttons on these vacs for ON/OFF and RETRACT CORD. Though they have embossed icons indicating what they do, it's hard to see what they do. They are designed to be turned on and off by foot, and work well that way. I have put red tape on the ON/OFF button so I can tell from standing up what it does without having to bend over. I can easily turn it on and off with my foot.
Recommended for small apartments or for a vacuum cleaner you want to have for "quick and dirty" clean ups in a small area. Maybe for an RV? Do people still buy RV's?
Durability is always a question. If these break in less than a year I'll update my review. One is going in the basement where the cats do their business (A LOT!!!) and one is going in my daughter's bedroom so I can nag her to clear her room.
1. The recoil on the cord is a great feature - normally. In my case, there is no lock mechanism so it is always recoiling. Any slack in length is eliminated, and when you get closer to the power outlet as you vacuum, the cord gets shorter, and you basically unplug it as you pull away. I'm guessing that this isn't so much a design flaw as perhaps a missing part - possibly quality control. Since I was given the unit, I won't seek to return it, though if I'd bought it, I'd attempt to.
2. Where the back end of the hose attaches to the vacuum itself, a small (quarter) turn will detach it. This sometimes creates a problem when vacuuming, as the normal angling around objects essentially unscrews it and you are suddenly unattached. Happens frequently, unless you adjust your ways to accommodate it. I'm guessing this is design issue.
Update 1 week later: still amazed at the cyclonic ability to pick up dust and dirt. Easy to empty. duck tape is my answer for preventing hose detachment. those plastic parts are sturdy enough and keep the weight load lighter. Folks my age aren't used to plastic vacuum parts. Probably think it's cheaply made. I'm happy not to lug a heavy machine around! Hooray for Bissell!
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