This innovative vacuum can suck up even the toughest debris without anything getting back into the air.
Vacuum self-rights when it falls over. Releases dirt easily with no need to reach inside the canister. Ball technology makes it easy to maneuver and turn. Picks up fine dust and ground-in debris. HEPA filtration. Won't scratch your hardwood floors.
This vacuum is pricey and may be more than some people can afford.
A versatile, easy-to-use vacuum that's a good fit for large, single-story homes.
45-foot reach. Works on carpet and hard floors. Switch settings on the handle, rather than having to bend down. Whole-machine HEPA filtration. Easy to maneuver into tight spaces. Washable lifetime filter. Hygienic bin emptying.
Weighs 20 pounds, so it's not ideal for carrying up and down stairs.
This small, yet powerful vacuum can tackle all types of floors and even powers through pet hair.
Will not lose suction over time. Turns on a dime. Change settings from carpet to hard floors on the handle. Easy to empty the dirt cup. Operates quietly. Stair tool and brush tool included. HEPA filtration. Sucks up hair without it getting tangled.
This is a small vacuum, so it's not ideal for cleaning large houses.
This is one of the best choices for homes with pets because its powerful suction easily picks up the hair and it comes with a special tool for upholstery.
No need to wash or replace filters. Just push a button to release the dirt from the dust cup. Works on all floor types. Upholstery tool included. Excellent at picking up pet hair. Traps dust without sending any of it back into the air.
This vacuum has a small dirt cup, so you may have to empty it more than once if you're vacuuming a large home.
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A Dyson canister vacuum is a model style of vacuum which has a tank connected to a long hose. This type of vacuum can generally hold as much debris as an upright model. It offers compact storage and can allow you to bend and stretch your machine into tight places much more easily than an upright. The Dyson model offers a ball-shaped canister that is lighter weight than many older canister vacuums. They are powerful vacuums, but are also more expensive than some others on the market. The canister-style vacuum from Dyson will make it easier to reach underneath furniture or in other tight spaces. These vacuums tend to work well on both carpets and hardwood floors.