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Bagless Vacuum Cleaners

Bagless Vacuum Cleaners
Bagless Vacuum Cleaners

Bagless vacuum cleaners are incredibly popular in the United States for their ease of use and convenience. Bagless vacuums offer the ability to see what you are vacuuming and understand the amount of dirt and debris your vacuum is collecting. These vacuum styles also offer a cost savings in that the cost of purchasing vacuum bags is alleviated.

Bagless vacuums are available in both canister and upright styles. Dyson, Miele and Shark are the current featured bagless brands at Vacuum Direct. The bagless vacuum collects dirt in a dust cup which is then emptied by the user into the garbage. Just like a bagged vacuum, these machines can be used in all types of home cleaning solutions. The technology in bagless vacuums has advanced greatly over the years and many bagless vacuum brands tout that their bagless systems allow for greater suction power because vacuum bags can clog.

The most important consideration when purchasing a bagless vacuum is the vacuum filters. Because the vacuum is not capturing dirt in a vacuum bag, it’s crucial to choose a vacuum model that offers pre-motor filtration at the very least, but preferably HEPA filtration. This is really the only associated cost with a bagless vacuum because the filter is the motor’s only line of defense from dirt and debris.

Dyson bagless vacuums pioneered the concept of cyclonic suction through their patented original Root Cyclone Technology. Today, Dyson continues to make advances in the bagless vacuum market including their latest iteration of their cyclonic technology - a 2 Tier system that allows for even greater airflow and suction.

Miele bagless canister vacuums use the 1,200-watt Miele-made Vortex Motor and 4-setting suction control to offer deep cleaning and low maintenance costs. Adding to the low maintenance costs is a life time HEPA filter and a self-cleaning fine dust filter to ensure the air exiting your vacuum is clean and fresh.