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Best cordless vaccum?

Any suggestions and/or experiences on which/with cordless vaccums? Don't really want to spend more than $200...currently have a Miele cannister one but considering buying a cordless for how convenient.

Thanks!
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I bought a Ryobi that runs off the "standard" batteries mostly because I've killed a bunch of stick vac's batteries. No complaints.
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I am interested in this too. Looking for cordless and light.
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I found the Dyson cordless vacuums to be really good. You might be able to get a good refurbished one from their eBay site but I don't remember the prices when they're on sale. The model will be like V7B or something like that. The B is supposed to mean refurbished.
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I actually want a product that doesn't exist. I wish someone make a cordless stick vancum that is bagged, instead of Bagless. I just hate those hairs that need to pull out by hand.
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cheapshopper wrote: I actually want a product that doesn't exist. I wish someone make a cordless stick vancum that is bag, instead of Bagless. I just hate those hairs that need to pull out by hand.
I was thinking the same thing....
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I have a Rival, cordless, batteryless and bagless. Twenty years old, made in Australia but the big thing is it easily goes under my bed and other furniture. Great machine.
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ds2chan wrote: I found the Dyson cordless vacuums to be really good. You might be able to get a good refurbished one from their eBay site but I don't remember the prices when they're on sale. The model will be like V7B or something like that. The B is supposed to mean refurbished.
I bought a refurb Dyson unit off the Dyson store on eBay a year and a half go. It's still going strong and I love it. Suction power is awesome (2 settings) and it picks up everything. I think it was $269 refurb. Well worth it. When there is a deal the deal is sometimes posted on the Hot Deals forum.
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death_hawk wrote: I bought a Ryobi that runs off the "standard" batteries mostly because I've killed a bunch of stick vac's batteries. No complaints.
Which one is this? I was thinking of getting the one that runs off the tool batteries
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DDHLeigh wrote: I bought a refurb Dyson unit off the Dyson store on eBay a year and a half go. It's still going strong and I love it. Suction power is awesome (2 settings) and it picks up everything. I think it was $269 refurb. Well worth it. When there is a deal the deal is sometimes posted on the Hot Deals forum.
Similar experience as DDHLeigh; bought a Dyson refurb off their eBay store. It's no match for my real canister vacuum, but the convenience of it is such that I never use the big vacuum at all anymore.

One gripe is battery charge time isn't fantastic on mine (I believe it's a V7B). While it runs for about 8 minutes on high with the beater bar attachment (acceptable for my use-case), it takes like 4 hours to recharge to full again; crazy. Would have LOVED a detachable battery, but that would make too much sense.
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I got the shark duo clean one that had a deal last year on rfd. It’s been awesome. A lot cheaper than Dyson, just as powerful. Easy to clean.
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JimboD wrote: I was thinking the same thing....
youre kindda 15years too late. 10 years ago there were some of those available. you might still find some in thrift stores.
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im looking for one that can deal with lots of long hairs, my wife sheds like a dog lol
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pnyknights wrote: Which one is this? I was thinking of getting the one that runs off the tool batteries
Model is P718K
$200 including a 4ah battery.
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For those are interested in a Dyson, The Bay has the Dyson V8 Animal Extra Cordless Stick Vacuum on sale today for $379.99 ($599.99 reg.).
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