Best Vacuum for the Money 2011
Here at ezVacuumCleanerReviews.com our main goal is simple – to help you find the best vacuum cleaner so you don’t waste your money. For most people, they can’t afford spending $1200 on a vacuum cleaner, which is why we put together our “Best Vacuum for the Money list”.
However, don’t confused best vacuums for the money for best cheap vacuums – with this list we are not just taking the vacuums under $150-$200. We are looking at both price AND quality/functionality, with the goal to help you find the vacuum cleaner that gives you the biggest bang for your buck $$:
Best Vacuum Cleaner for the Money 2011:
|Eureka Airspeed Gold Bagless Vacuum|
| The Eureka is truly a great value – you get power, a HEPA filter, and a great price @ just $129.99. Eureka even claims that it picks up more than the Dyson. While our test didn’t get the same results, it still showed the Eureka to be a great vacuum. The downside: you do have to replace one of the filters, which will add a little bit to the overall cost – but hey, you can but about 15 years worth of filters before you get to the cost of a Dyson.
*Click here for more details about the Eureka Airspeed Gold Bagless Vacuum
|Shark Navigator Upright Bagless|
| The shark is powerful AND cheap – at less than $150 it’s 1/3 of the price of the Dyson DC25, but tested impressively. The only drawback (there always is something you give up in order to save money) is the filter – it’s not a HEPA. But if you want power in a small size, this is the one for you.
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|Dyson DC25 All Floors Vacuum|
| Wait, didn’t we just say the Shark and the Eureka were better than the expensive Dyson??? Yes, but that doesn’t mean the Dyson isn’t still a great deal. You do pay between $429 – $499, but you actually get a lot more: best in class suction, Dyson ball technology, and a certified, lifetime HEPA filter, and a 5-year warranty.
*Click here for more details about the Dyson DC25 All Floors Vacuum
Again, remember that in determining best vacuum cleaners for the money we look at two things: Price AND functionality/effectiveness. As you can see, if you are willing to spend $400+ then you can find a vacuum cleaner that really does it all. However, if you are on a budget (or just don’t want to spend that much on a vacuum cleaner) we understand, and feel very confident that you will be extremely happy with any of the sub $200 vacuums listed above.
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