Best Cheap Vacuum Cleaners 2011
If you are on a budget (or just don’t want to spend a ton on a vacuum cleaner), then you can’t go wrong with either of these, the best cheap vacuum cleaners for 2011:
|Eureka Airspeed Gold Bagless Vacuum|
| With the Eureka, you get great power, HEPA filtration, a 2-year warranty, and great accessories that work even for pet hair.
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|Shark Navigator Upright Bagless|
| The Shark has perhaps the most effective suction power for a vacuum under $150. In addition, almost everyone that buys one loves it – which is why it’s one of the top selling vacuums on the market today.
*Click here for more details about the Shark Navigator Upright
|Hoover T-Series Windtunnel Rewind Vacuum|
| The Windtunnel is a powerful, light vacuum (16.5 lbs), and also comes with a life-time washable HEPA filtration system. At just $99, it’s a great buy.
*Click here for more details about the Hoover T-Series Windtunnel Rewind Vacuum
|Bissell Cleanview Helix Deluxe Vacuum|
| The Cleanview has great power, comes with a turbo brush for pet hair, easy to access and clean HEPA media filters, and a great price – at just under $100.
*Click here for more details about the Bissell Cleanview Helix Deluxe Vacuum
Fortunately for consumers, many of the lower-end, ‘cheap’ vacuum cleaners comes with similar technology that is found on the higher end Dysons. In addition, we love the fact that many of the models are coming standard with HEPA filters. However, don’t expect the cheapest models to last as long – you should expect a lifetime of somewhere between 2-4 years, which is reflected in the warranty length. Typically, there are a few situation when it is recommended to purchase a good, cheap vacuum cleaner:
1. When you are renting. Yes, this may sound bad, but let’s be honest – generally you aren’t going to want to invest in an expensive vacuum cleaner if you don’t own the carpet you are vacuuming. In addition, being able to get vacuum cleaners cheap with HEPA filters make it so you don’t have to go upscale to get this feature.
2. If you are tight on a budget. There is nothing wrong with saving some money and buying one of the above models – just don’t expect it to last as long, be as easy to use, or have all the features as the Miele or the Dyson – but that’s ok.
3. If your looking for the best ‘Bang for your Buck’.
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