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BISSELL Adapt Li-Ion 12V Max 2-in-1 Stick Vacuum $129.99

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[Canadian Tire] BISSELL Adapt Li-Ion 12V Max 2-in-1 Stick Vacuum $129.99

Hey Guys,

This 2-in-1 vacuum would be perfect for apartment/condo dwellers.

It's an upright vac and a hand vac.
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Aug 19, 2019
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I have this vaccum. Bought it refurbished on Amazon a year ago for 120 CAD. So far so good. Litthium ion battery has held up nicely. 15 to 20 min usage on a single charge.
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Nov 21, 2018
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Not saying this is a bad product as I have absolutely no experience with this... but reading the product description is pretty funny
  • Up to 15 minutes of run time with quick charge in less than 5 hours with 12V li-ion battery
15 minutes after ~5 hours of charging is quick charging? What a stupid marketing buzzword
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Oct 17, 2015
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Lol, 5 hrs charge for 15 min.
Viagra is batter then this. Grinning Face With Smiling EyesGrinning Face With Smiling EyesGrinning Face With Smiling Eyes
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Jun 5, 2007
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I had the older model (Ion Bolt) and I'd avoid it as once the battery has reached end-of-life there are no replacement parts and it becomes junk.
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I've had number of similar vacuums. Problem with these are the battery will go bad, it doesn't matter if it's NiMH or Lithium, they all will go bad eventually.
To make the matter worse, these major vacuum companies goes through a remodeling of these vacuums every 4-5 years, making the old battery (even if it is replaceable) to be unavailable anymore.
Then you're forced to buy their new ones.

Currently I'm on the fence on perhaps getting one of those Ryobi ones, knowing at least their batteries will be around for many years down the road.
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Sep 23, 2007
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neelpa wrote: Lol, 5 hrs charge for 15 min.
Viagra is batter then this. Grinning Face With Smiling EyesGrinning Face With Smiling EyesGrinning Face With Smiling Eyes
My Dyson v7 is rated for I think less than that. I think it's wild that such an expensive device has such abysmal battery life (and similarly abysmal charging time), but I give my condo a daily onceover and never run out of battery doing it. It only gets frustrating on a more thorough weekend clean, when I'll sometime run out and have to wait quite a while for enough juice to keep going.
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Feb 12, 2006
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kunamvahees wrote: As per reviews, this one is better bang for the money in my opinion:
https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/tineco-a10 ... 0201932021
I would say away from this also as it does not have very good suction. It's like 12 KPA
I know this one is more money but it's a great vacuum that has 23 KPA suction. The warranty is awesome, no questions asked (believe me I tested it, even when it was my fault)
https://www.amazon.ca/INSE-Cleaner-Cord ... 14&sr=8-14
Good insults are hard to find. Why waste them on someone you don't like.
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Aug 19, 2013
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Hate to post off topic but anyone have recommendations for a stick vac for 1800sqft house and a dog? No carpets, only 1-2 rugs.
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james-007 wrote: I would say away from this also as it does not have very good suction. It's like 12 KPA
I know this one is more money but it's a great vacuum that has 23 KPA suction. The warranty is awesome, no questions asked (believe me I tested it, even when it was my fault)
https://www.amazon.ca/INSE-Cleaner-Cord ... 14&sr=8-14
I only saw this review video from a previous deal. I dont personally own it, so I cannot validate it.
The review video compare it with more expensive ones for suction.
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Thank you
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Feb 12, 2006
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TooMiiiKaHh wrote: Hate to post off topic but anyone have recommendations for a stick vac for 1800sqft house and a dog? No carpets, only 1-2 rugs.
Get the one I'm recommending. You can't go wrong.
Good insults are hard to find. Why waste them on someone you don't like.

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