The most important quality of a vacuum cleaner is whether or not it’s powerful enough to tackle messes like muddy paw prints or crumbs from dinner. To make sure dust doesn’t stand a chance, we’ve picked out three of our best vacuum cleaners that really suck!
This model from Shark makes cleaning carpets and hard floors an absolute breeze. The innovative DuoClean system has two brush rollers which remove stubborn dust and large debris from your floor with perfect results.
For those hard-to-reach areas, Lift-Away tech lets you detach the cylinder from the base so you can see how low (or high) you can go. Plus, if you can't get away from allergies and hay fever, the Shark DuoClean even has a HEPA filtration system that removes allergens and particles from the air so you can breathe easy.
Miele's Blizzard cylinder vacuum cleaner is specially designed for powerful suction, with an extremely fast airflow that removes every bit of fine dust and coarse dirt. The nifty little ComfortClean feature uses sensors to detect when the filter is dirty and automatically removes any grime. This makes the vacuum easy to maintain and helps keep muddy footprints at bay!
The Dyson Cyclone V10 Absolute has the power you'd expect from an upright vacuum, without being tethered to the plug socket. Designed to be your one and only, this model has three different power modes so it's gentle on any type of floor, but tough on all kinds of dust and debris.
The V10 is super-light so you'll have no problem cleaning those areas that are high up or awkward to reach. It's also really easy to turn into a handheld vacuum - perfect when you need to get up close and personal with the food crumbs in your car. After using this lean mean cleaning machine, you'll forget that they even came with a…what were they again? Some sort of long rope that stuck in your wall? Odd.