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HOOVER T-Series WindTunnel Pet Rewind Bagless Corded Upright Vacuum UH70210, Blue
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- Under 18 pounds - light and easy to use with thorough cleaning power.
- 5 Position Carpet Height Adjustment - adjust as needed to clean all flooring types easily and efficiently.
- Folding Handle - makes storage a snap, ideal for small storage spaces.
- Cord Rewind with 25' Cord - no more winding - gently tap the pedal to activate the 25-Foot Cord Rewind and retract the cord to store neatly inside.
- Includes a Air Powered Pet Hand Tool to easily dispose of pet hair from floors, Pet Upholstery Tool to remove pet hair from furniture, 12 inch Extension Wand and a Crevice tool for tight spots.
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The WindTunnel Pet Rewind Bagless Upright helps you manage unruly pet hair and features an easy cord rewind, a folding handle for storage, 5 position carpet height adjustment, and the easy-to-clean Air-Powered Pet Hand Tool. There's no loss of suction with WindTunnel technology that traps and channels dirt into the dirt cup and minimizes scatter. It's everything you asked for and more!
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The hose on my Dyson never worked (there is no clog in the hose, I checked) and I thought maybe it's about time I try a new vacuum to see if possibly the Dyson isn't sucking up all the cat hair good as it used to.
I'm in a love/hate relationship with this Hoover. I love that it has cord rewind, a carbon filter and an indicator of when the hose gets clogged/or the filter is dirty. Plus, the hose works on the Hoover. I can finally get into small places that were out of reach before.
What I hate is that this Hoover has a belt (which broke 2 weeks after I bought the vacuum) My Dyson doesn't have a belt to replace. You might want to get an extra belt to have on hand, just in case > https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003WRBL56/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
The Hoover is much heavier than the Dyson and louder. I've noticed the cord on the Hoover isn't long as the Dyson's cord, so I have to unplug in just about every room to finish vacuuming.
Now compare the 2 side by side on performance. I've had my Dyson for 5 years now, which says a lot about quality. Lets hope I'll have this Hoover 5 years as well. Suction power on the Dyson and Hoover are both exceptional. I have 4 indoor cats and a toddler- that should say it all.
If you're in the market for a Dyson, then I will comment that they are worth what you will spend on one. On the other hand, Hoover has a solid reputation of good quality and the added bonuses like cord rewind, a hose that actually works and a carbon filter are great qualities that the Dyson lacks. Both are great on performance. I am happy with this Hoover, even though I am unhappy with the belt breaking and a super huge clog (the Dyson doesn't clog as easy) that kept my Hoover from vacuuming good as it should have.
I'd recommend this Hoover
I've attached some updated pictures so you can see the hose that comes off pretty easily to clean in case of clogs (once a month I take this off to clean), there's a carbon filter that pops out easy & can be replaced, plus a HEPA filter above the canister that is washable (I was this once a week). The canister is pretty small inside, with very little room but does hold quite a bit. I have to use a glove to pull the cat hair out of the canister. You can also see a wad of cat hair that I just finished vacuuming (I vacuum every other day and have 4 indoor cats- which means= lots of fur.)
An easy tip is to dump the canister into a small garbage pail so you can hold onto the canister with one hand & stick the other gloved hand inside to pull out cat or dog hair. Also if you are cleaning out the hose, clean that over a larger garbage bin sticking one open end into the garbage bin while holding the other end up, then stick a broom handle all the way through the hose- this can quickly push any clogs out without making a mess.
I wash the HEPA filter (the blue one) with dish soap in warm water, let it air dry for 24 hours in warm weather & 48 hours in colder weather before putting it back into the canister.
Here is just a little update for those interested in this vacuum. I've been using it faithfully every other day (too much cat hair accumulates if I don't vacuum often). In the time I've used this vacuum I've dealt with a major clog seen below in my pictures, also the belt broke and a total loss of suction due to the major clog that was upsetting because I couldn't figure out at the moment what was making this vacuum stop working.
Now, much wiser I am here to share yet more to those who already have this vacuum or those who are wanting to buy it, so you will also be prepared on how to handle these situations.
Every other day I vacuum. After vacuuming i also take the canister apart (twist the canister to fully open it up for cleaning inside it), check the HEPA filter & wash once a week. Then I take the hose off to run a broom stick through checking for clogs. Check the roller brush for strings or hair. Done. The vacuum will be ready for the next use, with no clogs and a clean filter (which also helps with suction). It's all pretty easy if you fall into a routine of doing it when you vacuum, it only takes me about 10 minutes to do all that each time. Now that I am learning how to upkeep this vacuum it is starting to become easier than using the Dyson. Like I've said before the Dyson model I have doesn't have a removable hose, there is no twist off canister to clean inside the canister and I have no way of clearing out clogs that affect suction in both the vacuum & hose on the Dyson. At least with the Hoover I can literally take the entire thing apart if needed to find and replace parts that are making it not work and then put it all back together with very little trouble or time. Suction on the Hoover does seem better with regular maintenance and cleaning (I have 4 cats and a toddler- my vacuum needs this extra TLC).
I conclude that this vacuum is a great purchase for the price and does an extremely good job cleaning up gobs of cat hair.
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1. Good suction power. Some stuff like threads that tend to get entangled in the rug fibers don't get sucked in by the brush (which is not surprising) but easy enough to pick up with the hose attachment.
2. Automatic cord rewinder. Seriously - all vacuums should have this - totally wicked awesome.
3. No bags. Frankly it's much easier and less messier than the bags used in my old vacuum.
4. Filters can be easily accessed and rinsed out - nice.
5. Easy to clean other parts. After all the years of vacuuming, my old one was nasty. You had to play Joey Mechanic and unscrew stuff - big PITA especially since it's not something you can drive on the road.
6. Pretty light. Had a 6+ year old Hoover that was a beast since it had power assist - which broke - and became like pushing a rock all over the place - not fun. Most people probably should have no problem with the weight.
7. Magic-rubber-treatment-pet-hair-stuff-thing. I guess the rubber on the attachments has some type of super magic treatment that helps pick up pet hairs better. It does seem to work well on furniture so I guess it's working.
8. Quieter than the my old Hoover monster. Not quiet like a mouse, but definitely not like a lawnmower - very tolerable.
9. Handle folds down to make it half the height. I could care less about this but I'm tying to make this a "Top 10 list".
10. Price. Was looking at the Dyson - OUCH - expensive. For the savings over the Dyson I can buy 2 bottles of Hedonism scotch or many many beers. Enough said.
1. There are a lot of plastic parts but that's a major reason why it's relatively light. I suppose it could be a problem down the road, but for $130ish - if it last a few years, I'm cool with that.
2. There's only one extension pipe which makes it kind of short. Really needs another extension but I scavenged the extensions from Ol'Beastie and they're the same fit so it's not a problem.
That's about it - happy vacuuming!
so it's about 1 year later and Snuffleupagus (I name my appliances) is still rocking out nicely. I usually vacuum about once every 10 days. The best thing is my new girlfriend likes it and doesn't mind vacuuming - SCORE!!!
PS - thanks for the nice comments - actually working on a couple of websites so that's going to happen... :)
UPDATE 2: 02/24/13. Well - unfortunately old Snuffleupagus has stopped working - BOOOOOO!. It still sounds like it's sucking but the belt that makes the spinney brush thing spin broke. Apparently this should be an easy fix based on the product description so I guess I can actually test this feature out.
Update 3: 09/26/15. 4 years later. Girlfriend is now wife. 2 cats. Spent many $ on hardwood flooring. Sunnfleupagus is still working great but let's just say..."weekends don't mean so much when you're unemployed". Wife still does the vacuuming - so that's cool.
Lessons learned since 2011:
1. If you have carpets - you need a vacuum. If you have pets you need a vacuum. If you have both, you will probably also need something like Oxy-Clean because between hardwood floors and comfy carpet, where would you want to "do your business?"
2. I have probably gained about 10 pounds since 2011. The Hoover T-Series WindTunnel Pet Rewind Bagless Upright Vacuum DID NOT HELP ME LOSE WEIGHT!. BOOOOOOO!
3. In the consumer world we live in, you have to decide how much will (x-dollars get me for y-product divided by time). For the amount of money we spend on all sorts of entertainment, food, domestic consumables, and communication - it's an easy calculation. Especially considering the alternative.