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Kenmore 10701 Bagless Compact Canister Vac with Turbine Brush in Blue
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- Whole home clean with a second dedicated floor brush for scratch-free, bare floor cleaning
- Compact bagless design with HEPA filtration and easy to clean dirt canister
- Telescoping wand for easy above floor cleaning and two additional cleaning accessories
- 360 Degree swivel hose that won't twist and tangle
- Retractable cord for easy use and storage. Cord length is 16' and the vacuum is 11 Amps
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Kenmore 10701 Bagless Compact Canister Vac with Turbine Brush in Blue
Cyclonic design uses centrifugal force to create powerful, consistent suction that pulls dirt and pet hair easily from carpet fibers, cracks and upholstery. It's backed by a turbine brush and rotating agitator that work to loosen embedded dirt and debris from carpets and rugs.
This model features a telescoping wand and attachments to get in those hard-to-clean spaces while the 360-degree swivel hose lets you move freely. Turn the machine on and off easily with the foot-activated power switch and, when you're finished cleaning, the automatic cord rewind will quickly recoil the cord for convenient storage.
Easy, Lightweight Design
A lightweight, compact design makes this vacuum easy to carry, store and use. Its transparent, washable dustbin shows you when it's time to empty the canister and maybe give it a quick wash, too. Plus, this vacuum comes complete with a Hepa filter to eliminate odors and allergens.
Kenmore 10701 Bagless Canister Vacuum
Kenmore 22614 Pet Friendly Bagless Canister Vacuum
|Number of Motors||1||2|
|Retractable Cord Length||16'||24'|
|Quick Draw Handle||✔|
|Swivel & Bare floor Brush||✔|
|Dusting Brush & Crevice Tool||✔||✔|
|Motorized Pet Attachment||✔|
|Bagless Dust Cup||Standard||Cyclonic Bagless Technology|
A lightweight, compact design makes this vacuum easy to carry, store and use and won't weigh you down. Rotating agitator bristles remove ground-in dirt from carpets and rugs. A dedicated floor brush easily removes dirt and debris from bare floors without scratching your floors. Cyclonic technology uses centrifugal force to create powerful suction that pulls dirt and hair from carpet fibers, cracks and upholstery. Extended reach telescoping wand and tools are included for easy above floor cleaning. An easy-empty Bagless design means there's no need to buy bags, and the canister is washable for easy maintenance. With the 360 degree swivel hose, your vacuum follows you wherever you clean and the hose won't twist or tangle. The foot-activated power switch turns the vacuum on and off without any bending over. A retractable cord Rewind mechanism is built to eliminate the trouble of rolling up the cord by hand.
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|Item Dimensions||12.2 x 11.4 x 28.8 in||10.9 x 16.25 x 11.75 in||13.62 x 18.24 x 13.56 in||15.48 x 24.5 x 16.94 in||15.5 x 11.5 x 10 in||11.1 x 18.6 x 11.5 in|
|Item Weight||—||11.1 lbs||11.9 lbs||26 lbs||12 lbs||12.5 lbs|
|Additional Features||corded||Bagless, Automatic Cord Rewind||Lightweight, Compact||corded||Bagless, Cyclonic, HEPA Filtration, Automatic Cord Rewind||Multi surface cleaning|
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In my experience, this is the best vacuum cleaner you're going to get outside of a dedicated vacuum cleaner shop. Shark and Dyson are extremely clumsy and gimmicky, and no matter what the marketing says they lose suction worse than bagged model vacuum machines. They are also very messy to dump the dust cup from compared to changing a vacuum cleaner bag. In my experience, if you change the bags and filters on time on a high quality vacuum and give it a good cleaning every once in a while, it won't loose suction.
The design on this Kenmore is very well thought out. Honestly, I can't understand why power team canisters aren't a lot more popular. When I would use a customer's upright with attachments I was always annoyed with short hoses, machines toppling over when reaching for something using the attachments, and dealing with getting the hose in and out of the machine was usually a pain. On top of all those annoyances, you can't even vacuum your hard floors with an upright w/ attachments. With this canister machine, it's really simple. You just push a button with your foot and the wand pops right out. Go ahead and suck up that pile of paper clips your kids left on the floor, the hose is huge so they won't get stuck. Go ahead and reach for those cobwebs on the ceiling. The wand telescopes so it won't take you any time to assemble a wand, AND you're machine won't fall over while you do it. Go ahead and vacuum under the couch. The power head has a low profile and the wand lays flat against the floor, so you can get under all but the tightest places. Unlike my last Kenmore canister, the power had seems to work just as well on hard floors as carpets, so I don't even have to change the head when going from room to room or rug to bare floor! I love it.
When I got this I assumed it wouldn't vacuum my carpets as well as my Riccar. (I wouldn't have even replaced the Riccar, but I shorted the circuit board with moisture and the machine was so beat up from years of cleaning houses with it, it wasn't worth the repair cost anymore.) I was alright with the idea that it might take a few more minutes to vacuum the carpet because I figured I was getting the convenience of being able to spot vacuum corners and couch cushions as I did entire rooms in trade for being able to sweep up ground in dog hair in one pass. I was wrong. I hadn't had a working vacuum for two weeks in June in a house with two big shedding dogs when I finally decided to go back to the Kenmore canister. The Kenmore sucked it right up in one pass. I was very happy! As a bonus, it's a lot easier to push across my relatively thick, plush, carpet than my wonderful Riccar ever was.
There are a couple of things about this Kenmore canister that concern me in terms of longevity. The big back wheels seem kind of flimsy. I worry that one of them might snap off eventually. It seems like a really odd design choice because everything else about the machine appears to be well thought out both in terms of usability and durability. My other concern is that the pieces inside the metal extension wand that hold the attachments on are plastic and not metal. They do, however, seem to be pretty sturdy plastic and they hold firmly. I can't remember if my last Kenmore canister had plastic or metal clips, but I do remember they never broke over the years that the machine cleaned up after lots of pets in a big, dirty, farm house.
All in all, I really don't think you can get a better designed, more powerful, or durable vacuum machine at this price. The only other machine I know of that comes close in terms of usability is the Meile canister power team and it costs three times as much. Plus, the variable suction control for the Kenmore is on the handle instead of the canister, unlike the Meile, and the bags are cheaper. The Meile is probably more likely to last a lifetime though, so if you've got the cash it's probably a worthy investment. I didn't have a grand to drop on a vacuum cleaner, so I got this Kenmore and I couldn't be happier with it.
This is the third Kenmore canister vac I've owned in 15 years. I got this one for Mother's Day 2014 (Sears on sale for $559) - just writing a review now because I am shopping for replacement bags. Before I get into what I love about this vacuum, I must say that I LOVE vacuuming (weird, I know) so a good vac is very important to me. However, I don't want to spend a ton either. Okay, here's why this vac is great: *easy to push, can actually feel it propelling itself on certain surfaces *awesome attachment for cleaning ceiling fans *super duper adjustable suction power *dirt sensor *swivel head that allows for easy access to corners and underneath furniture *easy-release mechanism for solid surface tool (seriously, it releases with the push of a toe) *both the carpet cleaner AND the solid surface cleaner have lights (my old model didn't have a light on the solid surface cleaner) *the dirt sensor even works with the solid surface cleaner (again, old model didn't offer this) *practical and convenient because of all the easy-to-use features
Another reviewer mentioned that it's hard to push, even when adjusted to the highest pile setting. I suppose I felt this way at first, but I did not notice it as much as I got used to the vac and figured out which settings (height and suction power) work best for the various surfaces in my home. After six months, this vac works just as well as the first time I used it. (I vacuum approx 3600 sq ft every week, and we have three kids and three cats.) Today is the second time I've changed the bag and the first time I've washed the soft filter (just with water). The only issue I have is that I wish the cord was a foot longer. Absolutely zero issues with price, quality and performance.
I've now had the vacuum for 2 yrs 8 months. Two parts have broken and been replaced, and now one of the replaced parts has broken again. Also, I discovered something disheartening about the Sears Master Protection Plan Agreement, which we purchased for $85 when we got the vacuum. Here's the situation:
5/11/14 - Purchase Date
5/9/15 - We were told the 5-yr protection plan included coverage of yearly maintenance, so I called to find out where I could take the vacuum for this maintenance. To my shock, I couldn't take it anywhere. If I wanted to take advantage of the maintenance, I would need to drop it off at Sears and then it would be shipped to Texas for the maintenance! Texas! (We're in WI.) I decided not to take it in because A) I wouldn't have had a vacuum for 3-4 weeks, and B) I worried that it would get damaged during shipping. What I requested instead (and this took A LOT of phone calls) was for Sears to provide me with filters and bags that I could use over the next 5 years, because those things are supposed to be changed out during the yearly maintenance. Luckily, they obliged.
7/16/15 - Part number 33 of the Powermate base unit (the furniture guard that wraps around the unit) fell off. Now, without this part, you can't vacuum along woodwork or near furniture without fear of damaging these things. The part is basically a bumper to protect items in your home and the base unit itself. Since I have the 5-yr warranty, I called to see if a new furniture guard could be sent to me. Instead of sending just a guard (which would have been difficult to attach to my existing base), the service rep sent an all new powermate base unit. I was off the phone in 10 minutes and received the new base within a week.
9/9/16 - Part number 6 of the floor brush (the swivel pipe) broke, causing the wand to separate from the base whenever I was vacuuming. This made it impossible to vacuum. Again, I called to request a replacement. The call did not go as smoothly as when I called in July 2015 to request a replacement for the furniture guard, but when all was said and done, I was sent a new swivel pipe. Great, right? Wait for it...
2/1/17 - Part number 33 breaks again! So I call to request another replacement. Long story short: I ended up on the phone talking to people for about 2 hours in addition to being on hold for about an hour. Yes, that's right, I spend a total of 3 hours trying to get a replacement part, which had previously been covered by the 5-yr master protection warranty. (Keep in mind, we've only had the vacuum for 2 yrs 8 months.) What was the outcome? The part will NOT be replaced unless I pay 75% of the cost. Why? That's what I wanted to understand and why I was on the phone for so long with a grand total of 10 different people. I was told five differing reasons why the part was covered back in July 2015 but isn't anymore. The story is way too long and not allowed here on Amazon, so just make sure to check out all the complaints about the manufacturer over at the Consumer Affairs website before you purchase an kind of appliance from them.
Despite the broken parts, I still like this vacuum, so that's why I'm not giving it 1 star. The motor still runs fine, and I still like all of the features I mentioned in my original review. It's just so frustrating when exterior parts break and when a company doesn't stand behind their product by honoring protection agreements.
Sadly, this experience has tarnished my feelings for Sears/Kenmore, and I will never be purchasing this brand again.
I bought this based ONLY on the consumer reports rating without reading any owner reviews. Well, that was a mistake. When people complain about how this thing runs on carpet, please believe them. It is horrible. I'm actually considering buying something else for my carpet. I'm going to be putting in new carpet and going with something rather short, so I'll wait until I see how miserable it will be on that new carpet before deciding to buy another or not.
Seriously... bare floors, berber or don't buy.
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