Eureka EasyClean Vacuum 71B

Most Powerful Handheld Vacuum

Why people love it
  • Great suction thanks to the 5.5-amp motor
  • Well-built; feels solid and durable
  • Particularly effective for cleaning stairs and hallway runners
Cons

Power cord storage can be a hassle and slightly heavy for a handheld vacuum.

Details

Performance: For those who want a user-friendly design, excellent suction, and a long-lasting machine, this Eureka cleaner is the appliance of choice. With its 5.5-amp motor, you get consistent suction to pick up all dirt, debris, and even larger objects.

Not only is there the motor built for suction, but there's a second motor that spins the brush heads. This gives your vacuum extra cleaning power as you move it, leaving your carpets, stairs, floors, and furniture as free of dust and debris as possible. If you've got kids that tend to leave muddy footprints on your carpets, this is the appliance you want.

It's not as lightweight or compact as some of the others on this list, but it gets the job done well--particularly on carpets and stairs!

Features: Combine the 20-foot power cord and the 3-foot stretch hose, and you have better reach with this corded vacuum cleaner than any other on our list. The onboard crevice tool makes it easy to get into every nook and cranny, and you'll love the Riser Visor to help you clean your carpeted stairs and hallway runners.

The bagless bin is easy to empty and clean, and you'll find that it can hold a surprising amount of dirt--no need to empty it every five minutes. The vacuum cleaner comes with a built-in shut-off switch to prevent overheating, but if you only use it for a few minutes at a time, you'll never need that feature.

Price: At $40, this is a VERY well-priced vacuum cleaner. If you have carpeted stairs or floors, you'll want to consider it. It works effectively, leaves your home clean, and it's built to last.

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