Lithium Ion Cordless vacuum Review Dyson vs Hoover vs simplicity/Riccar vs Electrolux

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Vacuums tested can be found here
Hoover Linx
Hooevr BH51120PC

Simplicity A Go GO

Dyson V7

Electrolux Ergorapido EL1010A


Rick Hoover says:

They are probably good for quick clean ups but there still not going to replace a corded vacuum. Not in a long shot. Oh and by the way I can see your showing that Tacony Cordless vacuum. Isn’t kind of risky showing that vacuum because of tacony censoring you?

CapetCleaning servicea With rug Doctor says:

Where the Dyson V10

Danei I says:

Excellent video. What vacuum would you recommend for superior agitation and suction? I hear Miele upright vacuums are amazing but super heavy.

ouis4436 says:

Test both Hoover react upright vacuum and cordless vacuum.

MadAboutHoovers says:

I think if we asked you for your opinions on the Shark IonFlex cordless, is it likely you’d say they belong in the dumpster? Regarding the Dyson V6, the figures of 6 and 7 minutes are for Max power mode, where the vacuum develops 100 Airwatts of suction – MUCH more than any of the other vacuums feautured on this video, which all use conventional brushed DC motors that are incapable of the kind of speeds the Dyson digital motor can develop. With the carpet powerhead on, and in Low power mode, giving a more modest 28 Airwatts (more comparable to the Hoover Air on Boost ), it will run for about 16 minutes. I have the V6 (absolute), V8 and the Air Cordless Lift (TTI’s UK equivalent, made by Vax), and whilst I do actually like the Air cordless lift, I would tend to favour the V6 due to its ease of use, and its digital motor. The Air cordless lift is good for battery life though if you get the one with 2 batteries, and they will run for about 20 minutes each, with the motorised brushbar on, and in normal suction mode (well, that was my experience anyway).

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