A bagged vacuum cleaner – Why you should still consider it
There is nothing wrong with choosing a bagged vacuum cleaner, and there was never anything wrong with choosing them to begin with. While some people prefer to go with bagless vacuums, there are still some major benefits to using a bagged vacuum to clean your home. It used to be that these vacuums were bulky and weighed what felt like a ton and a half when dragging the up and down stairs while cleaning. But now they are lighter and just as efficient and amazing as ever before.
Oreck Commercial XL2100RHS 8 Pound Commercial Upright Vacuum
This Oreck bagged vacuum can not only does a better job at cleaning your carpet than a canister vacuum, it also takes less storage space. The brush spins at 6,500 RPM to really get into the fibers of your carpet, and in all reality carrying it shouldn’t be a problem as it weighs less than that of the average toddler. The added bonus is that the power switch is actually located on the handle to help prevent you from having to bend down and is even backed by the Arthritis Foundation for ease of use.
Hoover T-Series WindTunnel Bagged Upright
When the Oreck is a little rich for your blood, you can always turn to Hoover for a high quality vacuum. This bagged vacuum uses wind tunnel technology to prevent dirt from flying away from the vacuum and reach deep into the carpet to remove the dirt that has really been ground in. You won’t even have to worry about fighting to change the bag as the door is one-touch for easy opening and another single touch will drop that full bag right into the trash. Bonus is that all the dirt is contained and won’t fly back into your face like a canister vacuum can.
Dirt Devil UD30010 Featherlite Bagged Upright
If all else fails and you cannot afford our first two picks, then the Dirt Devil is another good choice. It provides you with a 13 foot hose and various attachments to help you get your home nice and clean. This bagged vacuum also has a full bag indicator to help remove the guess work of figuring out how full the bag is. Most canister vacuums simply turn off suction without warning, letting you ‘vacuum’ your whole floor before you find out it didn’t vacuum anything at all.