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Hoover Vacuum Cleaner T-Series WindTunnel Pet Rewind Bagless Corded Upright Vacuum UH70210
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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 Hoover patented 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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Top Customer Reviews
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.
When it arrived 12 hours later (thank you, Amazon One-Day Shipping) I opened it up and quickly threw the directions away... 22 seconds later I had it assembled and was vacuuming with even more pizzaz than my pregnant wife. I ran it through our bedroom where our other vacuum had been mysteriously destroyed the day before in the middle of the job. It took every ounce of strength to keep from vomiting seeing how much junk our other vacuum had been missing for the last 3 years. I was so impressed, I took a picture and sent it to my wife. Needless to say, this thing is a beast and it has just about as much sucking power (that is a scientific measurement, by the way) as my 6HP ShopVac as I used the hose to suck my face skin a bit and make some pretty legit faces in the bathroom mirror (also sent pictures to my wife).
Besides being a 100% legitimate cleaning utensil, the vacuum is extremely quiet compared to our old vacuum. When you turned on our Dirt Devil, it sounded like a a Harrier Jet was about to land. Women and children would begin crying and screaming and the lights would flicker as the walls shook. This Hoover is significantly quieter and that is a good thing because I often task my pregnant wife with some light housework after she puts our 18-month old to bed and finishes making me a sandwich. The old vacuum would wake our kid up. This new Hoover did not wake him until I inadvertently ran the thing into his closed bedroom door.
I am also impressed with how easy it is to get this thing disassembled. One of my least favorite chores in the whole world is having to dismantle the vacuum about once a month and clean 32 pounds of my wife's hair off the rotating brush. However, with this new vacuum, at least I will be able to get the brush off in under an hour and without a tool that I had to contact NASA to purchase to get the screws out of the bottom of the vacuum.
Also, we have a border collie and she sheds like its a spiritual gift. Trying to get her hair out of the carpet is nearly impossible as it systematically leaves her body and proceeds to form some sort of super-human chemical bond with the carpet fibers in our house. There have been several occasions where I have been reduced to using a lint roller on our carpet before my mother-in-law's arrival, as if I live in some sort of third world country, to get the dog hair out. This vacuum has a nifty little attachment that is driven by the suction of the vacuum (Warning: Do NOT stick your finger it it) that picked up just about every last strand of dog hair off our couch, comforter and every corner I could find.
A few things though that earned it 4 stars (I almost peed my pants) rather than 5 stars (I'm so impressed I peed):
1. The hose on this thing is so short I feel like it must be a joke. The Hoover people (no, not the FBI) say it's 8 feet long. What they fail to mention is that 3 feet of it are permanently intertwined with the vacuum body, leaving you with a whopping 5 feet of hose. There is an extender arm, but that is also too short. To that end, if you are wanting to get into the nooks and crannies really well, you're going to be doing it on your hands and knees.
2. The vacuum comes with a few attachments. They have rubber blades on them that blast through pet hair like Jet Li in some B-rate, made-for-tv Kung Foo flick. However, there is no attachment with the basic bristles that you typically see. So, this thing is no good if you own an antique shoppe or have a large Star Wars figurine collection, as there is no way to vacuum something delicate.
3. The cord retractor on this thing will kill you if you try to use it whilst standing with the cord anywhere near your feet or legs. However, I'd give this particular feature 5 stars as it certainly works. The first time I hit the lever and the cord started reeling in at about Mach 3.5, our boarder collie was laying near it and she about did a backflip. Our old vacuum had an auto-retractor feature and when you hit the button it reminded me of when I was a kid and a bottle rocket would fly 3 feet out of a beer bottle, land on the ground, sputter and die.
All in all, this is a fine machine and I am very pleased with our purchase. I'm pretty sure that if Chuck Norris was shopping for a vacuum, this one would be on his short list.
Update - January 12, 2016:
Well, it's been 3 1/2 years and this bad boy is the Gold Box Deal of the Day, so I figured it was time for an update...
First off, thanks to all of you good folks out there who have left comments over the last few years; 99.5% of you have acted like mature adults in utilizing the comment box. To the other 0.5% of you who have left sophomoric, callow or otherwise puerile mind drippings behind, congrats to you on being the coolest kids under the slide, and yes, I would like fries with that.
Anyhow, our dear border collie has moved on to greener pastures and the wife and I have switched from a man-on-man to zone defense with three kiddos wrecking the house twice as fast as we can keep it clean these days. With three kids under the age of four squatting in my house, I can't believe I ever had the audacity to complain about a dog making a mess.
This vacuum continues to perform top notch. Admittedly, without the need to be cleaning up dog hair 57 times a week anymore, it would be nice to have a brush attachment rather than the pet hair attachment. However, the pet hair attachment does do a great job loosening dirt in high traffic areas (like the stairs), so it still gets whipped out when I get assigned that miserable task.
One thing that continues to impress me about this thing is that I can disassemble the whole thing in about 39 seconds. Alas, performing the task of cleaning the rotating brush without having to go to confession afterwards is just lovely. Anytime you can accomplish something like this without emotionally scarring your children as they watch you incoherently curse at an inanimate object is a win in my book.
Additionally, since day one, I have literally treated this thing no differently than I would treat an old shovel. It has been abused in ways that even my son hasn't figured out to abuse his Tonka Trucks, and the thing just keeps on sucking. No broken parts, no weird noises, no loss of general sucking power, and the cord retractor still reels in fast enough that it can be used to snare small animals/children under fifty pounds without issue.
In terms of general maintenance, about once a quarter I fully dismantle the whole vacuum and give it a thorough cleaning with warm water and dish soap. The filters get the same treatment and continue to perform just fine. There's really nothing more that needs to be done, and because you can get all the various pieces apart so easily, you can really get into all the small spaces of this thing to get them really clean. Great news for my fellow OCD-suffers out there.
All in all, this remains a solid purchase. Of course, it will probably suffer some career-ending catastrophe next week now that I'm finally getting around to posting an update 3 1/2 years later, but at this point I'd still be a happy man. For what we paid versus what we've gotten out of it, I'd happily hop online and buy another one without hesitation.
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