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VonHaus 600W 2 in 1 Corded Lightweight Upright Stick & Handheld Vacuum Cleaner with HEPA Filtration - Includes Crevice Tool & Brush Accessories
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- 5.5 amps Stick Vacuum Cleaner with 130 Air Watts of Suction Power. Can be used at full length or without the extension tube for handheld cleaning
- 1.3 Liter Dust Capacity – Easy to remove dust container, simply detach and empty the contents straight into the bin
- HEPA and Sponge Filtration - The HEPA Filtration system can lock in small particles that other vacuums would simply re-circulate back into the air of your home; this prevents the spread of allergies and bacteria
- Easily glides over various surfaces with excellent suction capabilities - perfect for stairs, carpets, rugs, hardwood floors, furniture
- 19.5 Foot power cord, crevice tool, small brush attachment for handheld, hose adaptor, shoulder strap
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VonHaus 600W 2-in-1 Corded Upright Stick & Handheld Vacuum Cleaner
Take a lighter approach to house cleaning with the VonHaus 2-in-1 Upright & Handheld Vacuum Cleaner.
The VonHaus Stick Vacuum Cleaner is capable of performing as a traditional long vacuum cleaner using the supplied extension tube or as a handheld vacuum, allowing a lightweight option for cleaning furniture and drapes.
The large 1.3L dust capacity means the container will need to be emptied less frequently than other smaller models.
The HEPA and sponge filtration system can lock in small particles that other vacuums would simply re-circulate back into the air of your home; this prevents the spread of allergies and bacteria.
Crevice tools are provided to get into the hard to reach areas of your home.
Key Features: -
- 600 Watts - 130 Air Watts
- HEPA Filtration - 1.3 Liter Capacity
- Crevice Tool Attachment
- Small Brush Attachment for Handheld
- Hose Adaptor
- Shoulder Strap
- Extension Tube
- Quick Release Power Cable
- 19.5ft Power Cord
Features . . .
Use full length or without the handle extension for handheld cleaning.
Comes with crevice tools, mini brish and extension tube.
Lock in small particles that other vacuums would re-circulate back into the air with theHEPA Sponge Filteration System.
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I really, really hate to vacuum. Like I'd rather go to the dentist and get 6 shots of novocain and have my gums scraped than vacuum. My Oreck is large and clunky, and I hate pulling it out and dragging it along behind me. I avoid vacuuming with such fervor that sometimes I forget where my Oreck even IS. I'm not making this up.
I now have a long-haired dog that sheds, however, and even I couldn't pretend not to see the clumps of dog hair gathering in the corners and along the baseboards. I hate to vacuum so much that I actually cursed myself for not having had the foresight to pick a dog from the shelter that had a hair color that matched my floors better. But since I didn't, and since I'm not taking the dog back (because he's AWESOME), and since even my low standards for floor cleanliness were offended, I decided it was time to look for an alternate vacuum.
I wanted something light and versatile that I would actually use, so I was originally in the market for a cordless stick vac. I had nearly talked myself into spending several hundred dollars on one. Then I read a hot tip from another reviewer, who suggested always reading through the negative comments. When there is a pattern to what people are saying, there's a problem with the product.
So, I balked for the following reasons:
a) They all ran out of juice after 10 - 15ish minutes of vacuuming before the battery needed recharging. Most reviewers didn't mind this, as they "did a little each day". However, I knew I would get annoyed if it died with the job half done. If I've worked up the motivation to vacuum, I want to get it over with, not come back to it in several hours or tomorrow.
b) Many of the less expensive cordless vacs out there didn't have the suction power I was looking for. Again - if I was going to work up the motivation to vacuum, I wanted something that actually picked up grit/dust/dirt or whatever else is on my floor as well as the dog hair. Otherwise what's the point?? I'd be better off lugging out the Oreck.
c) Many of the vacs seemed to encounter the same issue after about a year of ownership/right after the warranty ran out. From teeny plastic parts that broke and rendered the whole vac inoperable to plastic telescoping handles breaking off to batteries just wearing out, most of the vacs had some kind of consistent issue after about a year of use. Call me cheap if you want, but if I'm dropping $300 - $400 on a cordless vac, that thing better be immortal.
d) I have ZERO patience for customer apathy, which is what I secretly call customer "service" departments that don't even pretend to care. If I'm going to spend $300 - $400 bucks on a vacuum and something goes wrong, you better be able to wave a magic wand and make it better, pronto. My most expensive top candidate had some real horror stories attached.
SO - I changed my mind and decided a cord was acceptable after all, since being able to vac for as long as I wanted and suction power were important to me.
This vacuum is a great little product. I've only owned it for almost two weeks, and I think I've used it more than I have used my Oreck in the past 6 months. Seriously. My floors look so clean that when my mother dropped by she didn't even criticize. I felt like something was missing because we didn't have an argument about unsolicited feedback.
It arrived on time and undamaged. It took me maybe 60 seconds to put together - super easy and intuitive to set up, although directions are included. It does mention a floor brush in the literature, and mine did not come with one (I didn't expect it to, so I was surprised to see it mentioned). The floor attachment is clearly for hardwood/tile.
I'll admit to having a Tim Allen primal-grunting-like-an-ape moment when I turned it on. Even though I'd been expecting it from the reviews, I still didn't think such a small, light vac would be so powerful. It's like a jet engine on a stick. OK, I'm exaggerating, but just a little bit. I thought of a jet engine because of the sound; as other reviewers have pointed out, this vac is loud. Actually, I honestly don't think it's any louder than a regular vac, it's just higher-pitched (like a jet engine!). I wouldn't use it in the same room while someone is watching TV, for example, but another room would be fine. Not quite loud enough to upset the dog or coax teenaged daughters out of bed at 12:30 in the afternoon, but you likely won't hear the phone ring.
This vac is LIGHT. I have some major lower-back issues, and this is no problem at all for me to handle.
It stands on its own, so you can park it without fear it will tip over.
There is a place to wind the cord for storage (not retractable, it winds externally).
The telescoping handle is easy to extend with one hand (thumb).
The telescoping handle also detaches completely if you press a button on the side.
Dust cup is easy to empty without making a mess and has a decent-sized capacity. The first time I used it I emptied it 3 - 4 times (I did the whole house, and there was a LOT of dog hair); now I can do pretty much the whole house and only empty once.
As another reviewer noted, it does clean up to the baseboards very well; however, if you're going after grit vs. hair you will want to attack it head on vs.parallel to the baseboards.
This vac is for hardwood floors/tile. My entire house is hardwood floors with a couple-three area rugs and entrance mats/bathroom mats. It works well enough on the carpets that I can easily justify leaving my Oreck wherever the heck I've currently hidden it for now, but eventually I'll break down and pull it out to genuinely clean them with the beater brushes. Maybe.
I keep forgetting this isn't a full sized vacuum. This picks up cereal, dried leaves, etc., but I may need to step on them first to crunch them up small enough so that the intake doesn't get clogged. My daughter used this in her room (first time her room has seen a vac in years, I might add) and clogged up the floor attachment tube with popped popcorn. When I next used it, I was wondering if the jet power was in my imagination until I discovered the problem and unclogged the floor attachment and intake on the main unit, which I'm mentioning because it was an easy task.
I'm kind of "meh" about the attachments. I haven't really found a use for the hose, and I've kept the floor attachment on when I do the stairs. There is a brush on the crevice tool that extends at an angle which makes it convenient to use only when you hold the vac by the built-in handle. It doesn't lock into place, so it keeps collapsing, which is annoying. It's also pretty small, so I don't use it much. I will say that it is the perfect size to vacuum blinds, however, and if you don't try to go back-and-forth it doesn't collapse. My other annoyance is that I keep stepping on the cord; I wish there was a little "c" shaped clamp (like on the plug) that would secure it to the handle to keep the cord out of the way. I haven't used the furniture brush attachment just yet (c'mon, I just started to vacuum the floors regularly. If I did the furniture too my husband might start thinking I'm June Cleaver, which would piss me off).
All in all I'm delighted with this vacuum. It does exactly what I wanted and the price is right. That said, I've only owned it for a few weeks - if my opinion changes I'll definitely update. But for now it's changed my life, because I'd given up on clean floors, and just because I hate to vacuum doesn't mean I like dirty floors. I really love the feeling of thinking, "ugh, the stairs need to be vacuumed again"... and then thinking, "oh well OK then I'll do it now" instead of, "I wonder if the dentist can fit me in?". Woo hoo!
Hi folks, just an update nearly 2 years later: I still love this vac, and it still works as well as the day I bought it. I have a much better relationship with my Oreck as well, since now I only need to pull it out for "heavy-duty" and carpet cleaning. It happens... occasionally.
I'm going to buy another for my husband, who keeps swiping mine to take to his office to vac his very low-nap carpet (the kind that's almost like cement on the floor. This doesn't work so well on other carpets). I'm buying it mainly to spare him my raised-eyebrow-you-know-this-also-works-at-home-honey-you-should-try-it look from me. Merry Christmas, my love.
Initial assembly took all of two minutes... all I had to do was insert the floor brush's arm into the opening at the body of the vacuum body, and then push the bottom post of the telescoping-style handle into the port on top of the body. That's it. Done. Plugged it in, turned it on, and went to work on the hardwood floor of our living room and dining room.
The 600W motor is strong; it might be a tad louder than some less powered units, but it really get the job done well. The most amazing thing for us is that it sucks up stuff all the way to the front edge of its floor brush attachment, leaving nothing along the trim line between the flooring and the baseboard. That's such a tough area to get clean with regular style vacuums, but this unit gets it all.
After doing those floors and emptying the vacuum's container, I went to work on our stairs using the brush attachment by making two quick modifications: (1) pulled the floor brush out of the bottom of the body and inserted the crevice tool there, and (2) removed the telescoping handle and just carried the vacuum by its body's built-in handle. The made it a super lightweight handheld vacuum that was easy to carry up the stairs, vacuuming the corners & angles of the stairs as I went. Quick, easy and effective.
After that I replaced the crevice tool with the brush tool, and did the tops of the stairs as I walked back down. Excellent. The 20 foot long power cord made it so that I never needed to even think about moving the unit from outlet to outlet; it is long enough to let me plug it in to a central outlet and get about anywhere we need to. While this vacuum does not have a beater brush (not made for heavy carpet work), it is the best hardwood floor vacuum I have ever tried and worked just fine on the tight, low-pile carpeting on our stairs.
The vacuum's documentation notes that there is a 12 month limited manufacturer's warranty, so if an issue arises before that period expires I will return here to update the review and let you know what the issue was and how resolution was handled. We received this vacuum gratis from the manufacturer and have put it to immediate use to objectively find out how well it performed. My statements here reflect that testing.
If you are looking for strong, lightweight vacuuming solution for your hardwood, tile or linoleum flooring, we would highly recommend this unit based on our experience with it for use similar to what I have described above. This VonHaus 600W Upright Stick & Handheld Vacuum Cleaner combination is easy to setup & use, easy to clean out, and we found it to be highly effective.
Go for it.
The negatives: This vacuum DOES NOT work for hardwood floors. This vacuum repeatedly scratched my new engineered woven bamboo flooring (considered 25% harder than red oak). It did more damage in one minute that my five year old still hasn't accomplished. The suction is very strong for this little vacuum and any piece of dirt or grain that does not get sucked up stays underneath the plastic housing and will drag and gouge across the flooring. Some of the scratches were severe enough where I could feel the indentation with my fingernail.
I really wanted this vacuum to work. I tried applying felt pads underneath but they didn't stick. I also contacted the manufacter to see if they could resolve the issue, but they were not interested and told me to just return to amazon.