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Hoover Nozzle Canister Vacuum S3590

We have had our Duros for over two years now. We got it originally because we had bedbugs and getting rid of them requires a lot of powerful vacuuming. Well, we got rid of all our bedbugs and two years later we're still happy with it.

Canister vs. Upright: We went with a canister vacuum over an upright because they are just more powerful. And in my experience, much easier to push across the floor because when you push the main cleaning head, you're leaving the heavy engine and the bag behind. All you have to push is the rotating brush head or whatever attachment you're using. You do sort of have to lug the canister around behind you as you finish an area, which is sometimes a pain. And the canister types are bulkier and more difficult to store, if you have limited closet space. But overall, as a mother of 4 who has used both kinds, I prefer the canister types.

Duros vs. other models: We picked the Duros because we wanted a good reliable maker. In two years of heavy use we have never had a mechanical problem (except that the rubber bumper pad keeps coming off). Also, we wanted the rotating brush head. It does make the head heavier than in some other canister models, and minimizes that advantage a little bit, but it really does help clean better. Ours has always worked fine and they've made it really easy to turn the brush off and on-- one foot button and a thumb button so you can use whichever you prefer or is convenient at a given time.

Best part: The super-powerful suction. Once time I noticed it losing power and I thought it was nearing the end of its vacuum life. Well, it turned out it had a sock AND a piece of upholstery foam stuck in the hose. Yet it was continuing to pick up dirt, dust, cat hair, paper, and even a pen, just a bit less energetically than usual. I tell you, it's a good thing this has adjustable suction, because some places in my house I have to turn it DOWN or it will pick up the entire rug and/or anything in its path that would certainly have been left behind by a lesser vacuum.

Canister-type vacuums may not be right for you, but I hate seeing this one badly reviewed just because of people not liking canisters. If you want a canister, I have not found any reasons not to be delighted with this one!

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10 komentar:

  1. Savannah Donovan21 November 2010 13.32

    I'm not a nitpicker like some reviewers. I don't have back problems so having a chord that isn't legendary in length doesn't affect me. I want powerful cleaning and bags. This thing still works like it should after a year and I don't wheeze when I empty it. Simple.

    BalasHapus
  2. We have had our Duros for over two years now. We got it originally because we had bedbugs and getting rid of them requires a lot of powerful vacuuming. Well, we got rid of all our bedbugs and two years later we're still happy with it.

    Canister vs. Upright: We went with a canister vacuum over an upright because they are just more powerful. And in my experience, much easier to push across the floor because when you push the main cleaning head, you're leaving the heavy engine and the bag behind. All you have to push is the rotating brush head or whatever attachment you're using. You do sort of have to lug the canister around behind you as you finish an area, which is sometimes a pain. And the canister types are bulkier and more difficult to store, if you have limited closet space. But overall, as a mother of 4 who has used both kinds, I prefer the canister types.

    Duros vs. other models: We picked the Duros because we wanted a good reliable maker. In two years of heavy use we have never had a mechanical problem (except that the rubber bumper pad keeps coming off). Also, we wanted the rotating brush head. It does make the head heavier than in some other canister models, and minimizes that advantage a little bit, but it really does help clean better. Ours has always worked fine and they've made it really easy to turn the brush off and on-- one foot button and a thumb button so you can use whichever you prefer or is convenient at a given time.

    Best part: The super-powerful suction. Once time I noticed it losing power and I thought it was nearing the end of its vacuum life. Well, it turned out it had a sock AND a piece of upholstery foam stuck in the hose. Yet it was continuing to pick up dirt, dust, cat hair, paper, and even a pen, just a bit less energetically than usual. I tell you, it's a good thing this has adjustable suction, because some places in my house I have to turn it DOWN or it will pick up the entire rug and/or anything in its path that would certainly have been left behind by a lesser vacuum.

    Canister-type vacuums may not be right for you, but I hate seeing this one badly reviewed just because of people not liking canisters. If you want a canister, I have not found any reasons not to be delighted with this one!

    BalasHapus
  3. When our electrolux broke, we weren't prepared to shell out several hundred dollars for another, so we 'settled' on this.

    It turns out we didn't 'settle' at all. We are very impressed with the quality and performance of this vac (especially for the price). It actually outsucks our electrolux.

    The quality of the hose is nice, and the power cord rewind works well. The attachments are kindof small, though.

    Another bonus, this vacuum uses Hoover type S bags, which we can find anywhere very inexpensively.

    BalasHapus
  4. Maurice Santiago28 November 2011 14.32

    my wife had been looking around, for a good while at different styles and types of vacuums. she has tried the bagless styles and was very displeased with them. after many considerations (oreck, kirby and etc.), she chose to try this one. after using it for several weeks, she has stated that she was very glad that we bought his one. i, myself, was totally surprized at the quality of this hoover. it's very well built (not flimsy like most other vacuums at this price), very easy to move around, and has very strong suction power. my wife likes the way that the wands fit together easily, without the cord being in the way (the cord that dangles from most vacuums with the power nozzles) and the fact that you don't have to change one nozzle to another (rug to bare floor) to finish vacuuming, just push the bar from rug to floor and it's done. the only thing that my wife didn't care for was that two of the attachements tools are stored on the wand, which does at times, come off when bumped against something. But other then that, she is very happy with this vacuumm. we have many pets (six all together) that are inside which my wife has to vacuum at least four to five times a week (with all the shedding) and she feels that this vacuum will do the job for a long time (we average about a vacuum every 2 years due to the constant use). over all, with it's sturdy built, power, and user-friendly abilities, we give this vacuum 5 stars!!!!!michael and penny smith

    BalasHapus
  5. Angela Velasquez15 November 2012 06.32

    I love my new vacuum, my husband was skeptical because he prefers an upright. However we have area rugs and wood floor throughout our Condo, so a canister is the best way to go. This particular one is very light weight for maneuvering around and the head reaches under everything with its incredible range of motion! You will not be sorry if you purchase this, it is one of Consumers top rated machine.

    BalasHapus
  6. I was looking for a powerful canister vac with a powered floor brush so I could clean under the bed and the sofa. It had to have a disposable bag, because I was tired of the mess made when I emptied the bagless upright I bought last year. Hoover is now part of Maytag, and both makers have excellent reputations. This Hoover S3590 is just what I wanted, and it is very satisfactory. It also has an automatic cord rewinder, and the cord is long enough. It would be hard to find anything to complain about with this vacuum.

    BalasHapus
  7. This is my first canister vaccum and it does take some time to get used to pulling the canister while you vacuum. Said that this is by far the best vacuum i ever used. I have mostly wooden floors with few rugs, and some tile flooring. Swivel head and conector work real well. Suction works great even after few uses. And as far as replacement bags you can get them at walmart

    BalasHapus
  8. This vacumn has wonderful suction and a good cord length. All works good and very lightweight. I recommend this product.

    BalasHapus
  9. I love this vacuum! it is lightweight but sturdy; very efficient and modular; stylish and well-designed. I bought this canister vacuum because I was tired of cheap upright vacuums that do not work terribly well and are heavy and take up too much space to store. Definitely recommend this European style canister vacuum.

    BalasHapus