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Vacuum Cleaners

Shopping New, Used & Certified Refurbished Vacuum Cleaners

The right vacuum cleaner can make it easy to tidy up around the house in minimal time. Gone are the days of pushing around heavy, bulky vacuums. Many modern vacuum cleaners can take corners, have removable wands for hard-to-reach nooks and crannies, and even feature air filters. The point is, if you haven't bought a vacuum in a while, you're going to be surprised at all your options.

Types of Vacuum Cleaners

There are 5 main types of vacuum cleaners:

  • Upright vacuums: Upright vacuum cleaners stand upright and are pushed on wheels. They have brush rollers to deep-clean carpets and have large containers for dust and debris.
  • Canister vacuums: These machines have a canister and a vacuum head, which can often be changed with a variety of different attachments and accessories depending on your needs. They can be used to clean walls, curtains, and furniture.
  • Stick vacuums: These models are slim and lightweight. They have small heads that are easy to maneuver around furniture. They are designed to deal with minor messes and cleaning small spaces.
  • Handheld vacuums: These grab-and-go hand vacs are portable, battery-powered machines that are designed to deal with dusty spots rather than entire floors.
  • Robotic vacuums: These machines are able to zip around different rooms and clean while you are busy with other household tasks. Some robotic vacuums can even be turned on remotely by a smartphone so that they can remove dirt and dust while you are not home.

Bagged vs. Bagless Vacuums

Bagged vacuums have a bag that must be taken out and disposed of when it is full. For bagless machines, the canister can be removed and the contents dumped. Both types have different advantages:

  • Bagged vacuums: These vacuums are hygienic as the closed bags contain the dirt and debris. They can often hold more dirt than bagless designs.
  • Bagless vacuums: These vacuums are eco-friendly as they do not make additional waste with a bag. You simply remove the canister, empty it, and reattach it to the vacuum.

How to Find the Best Vacuum Cleaner for You

Choosing a vacuum that works for your needs is crucial to saving time and energy. Here are important factors to consider:

  • Cordless or corded: Cordless vacuums can be taken anywhere without having to worry if there is a plug nearby. However, they do need to be recharged when the battery dies.
  • Bagged or bagless: Think about which arrangement is more convenient for you: throwing away a sealed bag or emptying a reusable canister when full.
  • Type: Depending on the size of your home and your floors, some types of vacuum cleaners may work better than others. For instance, you'll probably want a larger vacuum with deep-cleaning bristles if you have carpet.
  • Weight: Lighter machines are easier to use while heavier machines can pack more power to deep-clean your floors.
  • Accessories: Some vacuums come with accessories that are equipped to deal with pet hair, corners, and bare floors. Think about which accessories are relevant to your home.

Certified Refurbished Vacuums

Many people experience sticker shock when shopping for a new vacuum cleaner. If the features you want aren't within your budget, consider purchasing a Certified Refurbished vacuum. These products come with a like-new guarantee that includes all accessories, instruction manuals, and packaging. You can find a great price without sacrificing on quality. Buyers are protected with a 2-year warranty and free 30-day return/replacement policy that starts when you receive the vacuum. Certified Refurbished program sellers are held to the highest standards of customer service and regularly monitored to ensure they're hitting eBay's metrics.