Best Vacuum Cleaner

(11 Posts)
Creamcrackered1 Thu 10-Nov-16 11:24:41

Hi there,

Our Dyson just died and we're in the middle of moving house so we're looking for a new vac. Any recommendations?

Thanks smile

mikeyssister Thu 10-Nov-16 17:06:14

I've just bought a new Henry and I love love love it.

buttermecup Thu 10-Nov-16 17:11:25

I really like my Miele. It's a bit cumbersome on stairs but brilliant on hard floors and carpet.

Creamcrackered1 Thu 10-Nov-16 22:07:47

Thank you! smile

Washthedishesmaggie Thu 10-Nov-16 22:15:23

Not the cordless Dyson. It doesn't do the edges. angryangryangry

rabbit123 Sat 12-Nov-16 20:57:15

Depends what you're looking for. We've got a Sebo upright that's over 20 years old. It was a hand-me-down from my in laws and I've never used anything that cleans as well

enkiman Sun 13-Nov-16 01:57:46

I've had a VAX upright bagless vacuum cleaner for a couple of years now and it's a great all round cleaner. Really good on hard floors and carpets.

JontyDoggle37 Sun 13-Nov-16 02:37:28

Our cleaner recommended we get a Dyson Animal upright - she uses a number of different ones at different houses and says this is the best on carpet/wood floors and animal hair.

bouncydog Sun 13-Nov-16 18:43:41

On 3rd dyson animal - nothing wrong with the machine - first one is 15 years old - had it rebuilt for £80 when we bought the second one. Have just bought the new dyson animal ball as I smashed the second one during building works! The ball takes a bit of getting used to but the cleaning is amazing - have been warned not to use it on Amtico flooring though because the bristles are stiff and may cause minor scratching.

sleepingbeauty27 Mon 14-Nov-16 07:40:18

I got a Duronic VC7, had one for about two years now and it's a really good hoover. Fantastic product. The suction is a lot more powerful that you would expect for the price

Follyfoot Mon 14-Nov-16 07:44:51

Sebo here. Best I've ever used, and I'll never go back to Dyson now.

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