Jumat, 25 Mei 2012

Excellent Vacuum for the price

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Hoover WindTunnel Tseries Upright UH30302

To start, I'm a big fan of bagged vacuums. Bagless sounds good in theory but I have yet to have much luck with them as they always tend to vacuum/clean much worse than their bagged counterparts. Additionally, you can't often clean the filters and must replace them after a year if you want to maintain them.

The Hoover WindTunnel TSeries was surprisingly VERY light compared to other vacuums (19.8lbs) I'm used to. It was easy to maneuver around the carpet picking up dog hair with ease (2 German Shepherds at our particular house). Additionally, the bag compartment is easy to get to and is an easy swap in/out with a new bag. I have not yet researched if the bags are expensive, but if they are in line with normal bag price then this is a great vacuum for a good price.

I will edit this review if there are any problems in the future.

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7 komentar:

  1. Jeannine Booker24 Oktober 2011 10.32

    We have been using a Eureka "The Boss" vacuum cleaner for the last 5 years and have been very pleased with it. When the opportunity for trying the Hoover T series Windtunnel came up on Amazon Vine we decided to give it a go...after all, our workhouse "The Boss" was now 5 years old ... working great ... but nothing last forever. Cosmetically, the two vacuum cleaners look very similar Both have great suction and fairly easy to change bags. The advantage that the Hoover has over the Eureka is (1) its lighter, (2) has a foot pedal switch when you're moving from a carpet to a tile floor, (3) a bag full indicator, (4) the turn on button is more conveniently placed, (5) the bag holder allows to push a tab to drop the bag vice removing the bag by hand and (6) the suction area is slightly smaller that allows it reach in between spaces better (at least in my house. The price of bags for both units is equivalent, and the capacity ... so far... is very close to each other. All things considered equal, we are pleased that we decided to try the Hoover. It will make an excellent replacement for our Eureka. It is super all the way around.

    BalasHapus
  2. To start, I'm a big fan of bagged vacuums. Bagless sounds good in theory but I have yet to have much luck with them as they always tend to vacuum/clean much worse than their bagged counterparts. Additionally, you can't often clean the filters and must replace them after a year if you want to maintain them.

    The Hoover WindTunnel TSeries was surprisingly VERY light compared to other vacuums (19.8lbs) I'm used to. It was easy to maneuver around the carpet picking up dog hair with ease (2 German Shepherds at our particular house). Additionally, the bag compartment is easy to get to and is an easy swap in/out with a new bag. I have not yet researched if the bags are expensive, but if they are in line with normal bag price then this is a great vacuum for a good price.

    I will edit this review if there are any problems in the future.

    BalasHapus
  3. Here we have a 12 amp vacuum cleaner from Hoover. It sets up easily and starts well. The attachments store easily on board. The 0.3 micron HEPA filter does an excellent job of keeping down the dust and wind tunnel technology enables excellent carpet cleaning. A quick switch allows you to quickly shift to smooth and hard surface floor cleaning. Changing bags is easy. Overall I give this cleaner a 5 out of 5 because of ease of use, ease of set up, and durable construction.

    BalasHapus
  4. Andrew Mckinney26 Desember 2012 13.32

    Southwestern New Mexico where I live is a real challenge to a vacuum cleaner. The weather is often windy and the fine grained soil enters your house with ease. A vacuum cleaner has to be able to get the dirt out of your carpets or they will soon look like the Sahara. Compounding the fracture, in my case, are two Persian cats who leave remnants of their elegant coats everywhere- Persian cat hairs stick like glue to whatever they fall on.

    I have gone through several wimpy vacuums that couldn't do the job- some just wheezed. Others simply died. I did not appreciate baglessness. But I have to admit these dead beat vacs cost about $50 each from Walmart and even though my carpet is outdoor indoor with virtually no nap, the cheapies could not handle the dust or the cat hair or the fact I often put off vacuuming until things got desperate.

    The first thing I noticed about the WindTunnel machine was how light in weight it was. The assembly of the curved handle was not difficult and we were ready to go in a jiff. The motor is powerful enough to practically propel the machine on its own, and the easy maneuverability let me zip it into tight places with one hand, like next to the toilet. The light in the front is bright enough to see into dark places, such as in closets or behind doors. The cord is loooong. I can't vouch for the noise level because I am deaf. The first time I used the machine the bag was almost full and this is on indoor and outdoor carpeting. It apparently sucked up what my several lousy vacuums left behind. And hooray for the Clean Drop HEPA -fibered bag. One touch releases the bag smack into the trash.

    Since my experience with this vacuum is brand new-I have not tried the attachments- I refer you to the several fine reviews posted here. I am very happy with this model which may inspire me to vacuum more often, and if I come up with any issues or remarks as I vacuum down the road, I'll append them.

    BalasHapus
  5. I already own the Hoover Tempo Widepath Upright Vacuum, which I bought because of the great reviews and the amazing price. I was curious if I would like this one double as much since the price is about double the other.

    I love that the vacuum bag (Y style) simply slips in and locks in place. I love that because the Hoover Widepath has the old style shoving the bag hole over the opening- hopefully staying put. This one stays put and is a cinch to replace.

    In fact, all the attachments and the hose that attaches to the vacuum all lock into place rather than a simple snug fit.

    I love that the attachments are a useful few that attach to the vacuum. It comes with a crevice tool that slips inside the extension tool for storing on the side of the vacuum. It also has a power brush for vacuuming stairs and areas that are smaller and harder to reach with the vacuum.It has the added advantage of a roller brush for better cleaning. And it has a simple bristle brush that I use on my lamp shades and for a quick swipe dusting job.

    I have a combination of hardwood flooring and carpeting so with a turn of the knob it can go from carpet to bare wood. The suction is strong and it does a great job on both carpets and hardwood.

    Hoover makes a great product and this one works well. But if you are looking for a great Hoover product for half the price and with a few lesser qualities (vacuum bag hold and install a bit awkward and less secure, and attachments not as secure) you should also consider the Hoover Tempo Widepath for $69.

    BalasHapus
  6. This is the fourth hoover I've owned and I am still pleased with this brand!

    Pros:
    -I like how lightweight the vacuum is for what it does and how much power it has.
    -Once I had my phillips screwdriver in hand, it only took me ten easy minutes to assemble right out of the box.
    -I like the bag indicator light. On our old old hoover without an indicator light, I tended to forget to change the bag, so it's nice to have a light that tells me when it's time to change the bag, which is a Hoover Y.
    -The bag is easy to change and doesn't create a mess.
    -It's simple to turn the brush roll on or off so I can go from carpet to hardwood floor easily, once I have carpet in the house. Currently we only have hardwood flooring and this vacuum did a good job on that. I can't speak yet for what it would do on carpet.

    Cons:
    -It is heavier than my other "bare bones" Hoover Platinum Lightweight Upright Vacuum, which weighs around 12 lbs.
    -The light is so high up on the vacuum that I feel it doesn't really do anything.
    -It is noisy. It mainly makes air noise, rather than lots of motor noise when you have the brush roll off. It becomes louder once the brush roll is on.

    BalasHapus