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Best Bissell Vacuum Cleaners Comparison & Reviews

January 15, 2016 by  
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Best Rated Bissell Vacuum Cleaners – This is a roundup of the best rated Bissell vacuums. Smart-Review limits the selection to only those Bissell vacuums with the highest consumer reviews. We have found that in the low to mid-range category, select Bissell models compare favorably to other brands in the same price range. Upright vacuums have traditionally been ideal for carpets, but also have the ability to vacuum hard surface floors (tile, wood, stone). Bissell vacuums use the bagless method to store dirt, dust, and pet hair. Bagless vacuums use Cyclonic technology to keep the filter clean. The Healthy Home vacuum has a HEPA filter to keep the air cleaner while you are vacuuming. Below are the top rated Bissell vacuums available, listed with top features, and reviews.

Best Rated Bissell Vacuum Cleaners
(Best rated with the highest consumer reviews)

Bissell 1650A Pet Hair Eraser Upright Bagless Vacuum BISSELL PowerGlide Pet Bagless Liftoff Upright Vacuum 2763 BISSELL CleanView Helix Bagless Upright Vacuum BISSELL Total Floors Complete Bagless Upright Vacuum 52C2
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Upright Vacuum
Bagless
Cyclonic
Extension Hose
HEPA Filter
30 Foot Cord
Weight: 18 lbs.
5 Year Warranty
+ TurboBrush Tool
+ Pet Vacuum
+ Tangle-Free Brushbar
Upright Vacuum
Bagless
Cyclonic
Extension Hose
HEPA Filter
27 Foot Cord
Weight: 16 lbs.
5 Year Warranty
+ Pet Eraser Tool
+ Lift-off Canister
Upright Vacuum
Bagless
Helix System
Extension Hose
HEPA Media
25 Foot Cord
Weight: 15.1 lbs.
2 Year Warranty
Upright Vacuum
Bagless
Cyclonic
Extension Hose
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40 Foot Cord
Weight: 18 lbs.
4 Year Warranty
+ TurboBrush Tool



Glossary of Terms
Bagless Vacuum = A bagless vacuum stores dirt and dust in its onboard dust bin which is detachable. To take the dust bin to your trash can, to empty it. You do not need to purchase bags. Some you will have to clean the filter from time to time.
Bagged Vacuum = A bagged vacuum stores all the dirt and dust in a disposable bag. Many are self sealing, so that dust does not go everywhere when you remove the bag. Bagged vacuums usually have a larger capacity to store dirt and dust than Bagless Vacuums. Part of the filtration system is built-in to the bag.
Self Sealing Bag = Some bagged vacuums have dust bags that seal shut when you remove them from the vacuum. This prevents dust from getting in the air when you are changing bags. All Miele vacuums have self sealing bags.
HEPA Filter = A HEPA filter is the best type of dirt filtration on a vacuum. This will remove the smallest particles of dirt, dust, and pet hair so that you don’t breathe in what you are vacuuming. This is especially important for those with allergies.
Cyclonic = Cyclonic vacuums lift dust in the dust bin, and prevent the filter from clogging. This applies only to Bagless vacuums.
Helix System = Bissell vacuums use their Helix system which forces large particles, dust and other debris down to the bottom of the tank instead of up into the filter.
Extension Hose = A vacuum with an extension hose, allows you to vacuum not only the carpet or floor, but to vacuum upholstery, drapes, stairs, and walls.
Turbo Brush Tool = Some Bissell Vacuums include a mini turbo brush tool (some are referred to as a Pet Eraser Tool) to vacuum upholstery, car seats, and other smaller areas. This is especially useful for removing pet hair.


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