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Hoover WindTunnel 3 Pro Bagless Upright, UH70901PC - Corded
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- Exclusive WindTunnel 3 Technology lifts and removes embedded dirt with 3 channels of suction
- Multi-Floor brushroll moves from carpet to hardwood with a press of a pedal
- Reusable Easy Rinse Filter cleans under running water for long-lasting use. Filter made with HEPA media
- Complete Accessory Pack, including turbo tool, crevice tool, telescoping extension wand, and dusting brush
- Dual-Cyclonic Air passes through not one, but two cyclonic stages to filter dirt and debris from the air path
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- Convenient Bottom-Release Cup
- Cord Rewind 27' cord automatically rewinds in seconds.
- Dual-Cyclonic Air passes through two cyclonic stages to filter dirt and debris from the air path
- Above Floor Cleaning Up to 12 feet of cleaning reach.
- 10' Hose
- 5 Position Height Adjustment
- 2 Year Limited Warranty
Hoover WindTunnel 3 Pro Bagless Upright
Effortlessly manages all your vacuuming and cleaning needs
It's designed with exclusive WindTunnel 3 Technology that lifts and removes deep-down, embedded dirt with 3 channels of suction.
The WindTunnel 3 Pro helps you clean from room to room with multi-floor brushroll on/off option allowing you to easily move from carpet to hard floors with the press of a pedal.To keep your filter good as new with our reusable, easy-rinse filter, simply rinse regularly under running water. A complete accessory pack allows you to reach all the cracks and crevices and address your furniture and stairs.
And when you're done vacuuming, simply empty the debris with its convenient bottom-release cup straight in the trash without the hassle of changing or buying bags.
Multi-Floor Brushroll On/Off
Move from carpet to hardwood with a press of a pedal.
Exclusive WindTunnel 3 Technology
Creates three channels of suction to lift and remove surface debris and deep down embedded dirt.
HEPA Media Filter
Rinsable filter made with HEPA media. HEPA media traps 99.97% of dirt, dust, and pollens down to 0.3 microns.
Cleans furniture and stairs.
Cleans vents, furniture surfaces, and other decor.
Cleans cracks and crevices with precision.
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|Color||Silver Vacuum||Blue Vacuum||IRON ORE||Black|
|Special Features||cord rewind||cord rewind||corded||cord rewind|
|Dimensions||43.5 inches x 14 inches x 12.5 inches||44 inches x 14 inches x 13.5 inches||43.5 inches x 14 inches x 12.5 inches||44 inches x 16 inches x 16 inches|
|Item Package Weight||24.6 pounds||24.6 pounds||21.55 pounds||21.65 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
First, some perspective. A bagless vacuum is nothing more than a
glorified and highly stylized shop vac. All this crap about "wind tunnel and "cyclonic technology" and other such buzz word descriptors accompanied by dubious conceptual design claims, is just a bunch of advertising hooey meant to distract any buyer from a problem that is NOT preventable in any vacuum.. eventual loss of suction. If this isn't true you wouldn't find elaborate instructions with every model imploring you to clean filters frequently and to empty the dust cup often. If they don't get cleaned in the prescribed manner... loss of suction occurs... or complete plug-ups. So much for the "no loss of suction" claim. Most models have either mechanical or electric flow indicators that tell you exactly what isn't supposed to happen, is happening: loss of suction. So, with this in mind... it becomes a quest to find that vac that has enough obstacles built-in to the vac canister that will delay the loss of suction for as long as possible. That's the reason why the canister(most) is so jacked-up with multiple tubes, fins, screens and irregular shapes... to catch or divert the misc vacuumed up garbage away from the foam filter, and eventually the hepa filter. Things that a certain percentage of dust always manages to evade on its trip to the first filter. Shop vacs are bagless and will plug up sooner or later and so will house bagless vacs..Read more ›
Overall design: The basic design of the two sweepers is very similar. They are both bag-less "cyclone" style vacuums with D-loop main handles and a looped carrying handle on the top of the dirt canister. (Dyson successfully sued Hoover for patent infringement over Hoover's use of bag-less cyclone technology. After a court ruling in Dyson's favor, Hoover settled the suit for a $6.3 million payment to Dyson.) The Dyson weighs 17.6 pounds and the Hoover comes in at 19 pounds, which makes it a little more awkward to carry up and down stairs. Dyson wins because its machine is lighter and because Hoover didn't play fair.
Cord: The Dyson features a 35-foot cord that must be manually looped back on to the canister. The Hoover has a 27-foot cord and automatic cord rewind that is operated by a foot pedal. I would happily give up the extra 8 feet of cord for the advantage of auto-rewind. Hoover wins.
Above-floor cleaning: Both vacuums have flexible hoses and wands that allow you to clean above the floor. The Dyson has a total reach of 14.4 feet; the Hoover has a total reach of 12 feet. The Dyson wand is permanently attached to the flexible hose and stores inside the machine. It telescopes with a "click-to-lock"extension and the looped handle makes it easy to manipulate. The Hoover wand must be inserted into the flexible hose. It telescopes with a "twist-to-lock" extension that feels inferior to the Dyson wand and lacks the looped handle of the Dyson. Dyson wins.Read more ›
Regarding the cord: I was excited to have a retractable cord--i thought it would be like my old Kenmore--where the cord would come out and retract while in use and you never got tangled in the cord. Well, that isn't how it works. You pull the cord completely out and then when you are vacuuming the cord is in your way, you have to pick it up, readjust it, etc. When you are done, however, you can press a button and the cord retracts--which is a nice feature--just not like I was used to with my old kenmore. With the shark you have the same problem with the cord while vacuuming and it does not have a retractable cord so when you are done you have to wind it up---not fun.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worth the money for us, if it last as long as your other Hoover, which is still working, we will be very happy. Read morePublished 7 days ago by NASCAR nut
I bought this to replace an earlier model of the Hoover WindTunnel I owned for about 3 years before the plastic handle broke off completely. Read morePublished 11 days ago by AA
One of the best vacuums I've used, although its a bit heavy. Almost as great as those in-wall systems.Published 11 days ago by Dubbsjr
It cleans the floor and carpet very well, but it is hard to push around. You get a pretty good work out doing your carpets.Published 11 days ago by Linda Haines
Love this thing so far! It sucks up EVERYTHING!!-I found cat hair that has probably lived in the carpet for years! lolPublished 18 days ago by Robspace1
Won't power on after a year of light use. Wait a couple of days and it will come back on but then shuts off after about 5 minutes. Very loud.. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Jason
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