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Where To Buy A Handheld Vacuum


Although it's a little heavier than other handheld vacuums, you don't need to hold the vacuum while you are using it, as its shape allows it to stand on its own. Other notable features include a removable battery that fits into other Worx tools, a washable filter and a top handle. Its crevice and brush tools store right on board and Quiet Mark gave it a top score of 3 stars, meaning it's one of the quietest vacuums you can buy.




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The AdvancedClean+ Hand Vac has an extra-long pullout crevice tool and extra-large bottom-emptying dust bin that makes cleaning up after pets even easier. Our experts noted that the air that comes out of the side vents on the main body of the vacuum causes some debris to be blown away instead of being picked up by the hand vac, which could add a little bit of work to your cleaning, but you can use the crevice tool to pick up debris without moving the vacuum's main body too close to messes that can be easily blown away. The filter is washable, and we like that the vacuum stands upright for charging or storage, plus it got a 3-star rating from Quiet Mark meaning it's the most quiet. The whole device must be plugged in for four hours as the battery is not removable, but in our Lab tests we found that it can run for up to 32 minutes.


It might have been designed for a workshop, but Rigid's hand vacuum is right at home inside the house or car. This powerful champ zapped messes and pet hair nearly as well as ones with rotating brushes, though it was significantly noisier than all the other hand vacs we included on this list earning a 1-star rating from Quiet Mark, the lowest possible sound rating given to loud and obtrusive devices. It earned perfect scores in five of our seven performance evaluations, including in carpet, bare floor and large debris pickup tests. Because of its lightweight design, long battery runtime and array of tools, this hand vacuum is great for clean-up in your car, especially in between and under seats.


This 18-Volt cordless hand vac has a removable battery that needs to be purchased separately, but is interchangeable with other Ridgid tools, charges exceptionally quickly and has a large capacity that gives the vacuum a long run time. We like the easy-grip handle, the washable filter and the extra-large twist-off dust cup, which is a cinch to empty. Register your hand vac within 90 days of purchase for a lifetime service agreement that covers free service and replacement parts for life. Because it's designed for use in a workshop or garage, not a home with lots of different applications, it only has one power option.


This Hoover is a little powerhouse, with an onboard crevice tool that makes it easy to clean hard-to-reach places, like in the corners of your stairs, that full-size vacuums have a hard time getting to. Our experts rated it highly on pickup of small and large debris on both carpets and bare floors, but not so great for battery run and charge time (with a ONEPWR 20V battery). We love how simple it is to empty the dust cup and remove the filter to clean. It even did well with pet hair and with a decent sized dust cup and the ability to increase the runtime by using it with a higher capacity battery, it makes for easy clean up without any interruptions.


Suction and cleaning ability: Almost any handheld vacuum can pick up visible crumbs and dirt. Especially strong handhelds can also suck up some fine dust, as well as larger, heavier pebbles or chunks of food. Though wattage and battery strength are not always an accurate gauge of cleaning ability, a vacuum offering 15 air watts and 16 volts should be enough for cleaning up small messes.


Using an anemometer (a tool that measures wind speed), we calculate the raw airflow of each vacuum. Suction is what allows a vacuum cleaner to lift debris off the ground, while airflow helps ferry the debris to the dustbin.


In our latest tests, most models did well with medium-size particles, such as the birdseed, but weaker models struggled with dusty, clingy debris like baking soda. Some vacuums appeared to suck up debris only to let it drop back out of the intake after we turned off the power. Others had crevice tools that were too narrow to take in Cheerios.


To test pet-hair pickup, we spread a handful of fur (from a local groomer) into a rug and then try to pick it up with each vacuum. If a model comes with an attachment that may improve pet-hair pickup, such as rubber nubs, or better yet, a motorized brush, we use it.


What the Ryobi 18V One+ Performance Hand Vacuum Kit lacks in appearance it makes up for in suction power, bin size, and versatility. In suction and airflow, this model is on a par with or better than its most powerful competitors. Its dustbin holds 2.8 cups of debris, double that of most other handheld vacuums we tested. We tried it on rugs, bare floors, car seats, and upholstery, and it did an excellent job of picking up all kinds of debris, including Cheerios, glitter, birdseed, and baking soda.


If you regularly clean up after fur-shedding pets, the Black+Decker Dustbuster AdvancedClean+ HHVK515JP07 is uniquely designed to help you fight that battle. In our tests, it picked up fur better than any model we tried, especially on upholstery, thanks in part to its motorized brush, which is equipped with fur-grabbing bristles. The AdvancedClean+ HHVK515JP07 has an intuitive emptying mechanism and the largest dustbin of any handheld vacuum we evaluated in our most recent round (models with smaller bins got quickly clogged with fur). At 75 dB, it is also quieter than the majority of the vacuums we assessed.


We tested the AdvancedClean+ HHVK515JP07 on different surfaces and with various types of debris, and it proved to be a great all-purpose cleaner. Its built-in, extendable crevice tool sucked up baking soda, glitter, birdseed, Cheerios, and cat litter from both carpets and bare floors with ease. Fur clung to its flexible, rubbery bristles, while its rotating brush and suction ferreted dog, cat, and rabbit hair from rugs and couches into its bin. The only time we ran into trouble was when we tried to vacuum dog fur from the clingy upholstery of a car trunk, yet even then the AdvancedClean+ HHVK515JP07 still got more fur off than any of the other models we tested. (More on that below.)


The only area where this model struggles is in removing fur clinging to car floor and trunk upholstery. But all the vacuums we tested performed poorly in this regard. Instead, we recommend the Uproot Cleaner Pro Reusable Cat Hair Remover for car trunks and floors.


Of the mini vacuums we tested, we liked the Eufy HomeVac H30 Venture the best. It looks appealing, and it has good suction power and a comparably large bin for a lightweight vac. In our tests, it did well in picking up both light and heavier debris. At more than $100, however, it is pricey for what it is: Its construction seemed flimsy to us, and we had to be especially careful when reattaching the bin after cleaning it. At some point during our testing, a dust deposit had created a tiny gap between the main body and bin, and one of our testers was sprayed with an explosion of baking soda.


Handheld vacuums are a great option if you're looking to clean small spills around the home. They're lightweight and portable, and due to their small size, they're handy when tackling more difficult or uneven terrain, like inside your car or on your stairs. Some stick or canister vacuums also have a handheld configuration, making them even more versatile if you need to clean larger areas. Unfortunately, handheld vacuums tend to have small dirt compartments. If they're cordless, they may also have a shorter continuous battery life than non-handheld vacuums.


We've tested over 130 vacuum cleaners, and below are our recommendations for the best portable vacuums with a handheld design to buy. These picks are selected based on their performance on different surfaces and their feature set, battery life, and price. For more options, see our lists of the best lightweight vacuums, the best vacuums for stairs, the best car vacuums, the best Dyson vacuums, and the best cordless vacuums.


The best handheld vacuum we've tested is the Shark UltraCyclone Pet Pro+. This compact vacuum does an excellent job of clearing away solid debris on bare surfaces like countertops and shelves, and it's powerful enough to draw out debris from rugs and carpets. Its lightweight construction makes it easy to bring wherever you need it in your home, and while it's on the larger side for a handheld vacuum, it's still small enough to stow away in most cupboards and closets. Its dirt compartment is also fairly large, so it won't need emptying at the end of every single spot-cleaning job. For attachments, the CH951 variant comes with a crevice tool, a hard-bristle brush, as well as a miniature turbo brush with a self-cleaning brushroll. Unfortunately, the latter isn't very effective in removing pet hair from upholstery and is rather bulky.


Its 10-minute battery life is poor, even by the low standards of other handheld vacuums, so you'll need to work fast when cleaning larger messes. Worse yet, the battery isn't designed for replacement, so you can't pop in a new unit if it doesn't hold a charge as well as it used to. It also does a terrible job of sealing in particles like pet dander or fine dust, so it isn't the best option if you suffer from allergies.


The best cordless handheld vacuum at a mid-range price point we've tested is the Black+Decker dustbuster Hand Vacuum. Compared to the Shark UltraCyclone Pet Pro+, it feels more flimsily built and takes up more room when not in use, but it has a few advantages aside from its lower price tag. Its dustbin is even bigger and won't need emptying as often. It also uses cheaper replacement filters, resulting in lower costs of ownership. It excels when clearing away debris on hard surfaces like countertops or hardwood floors and does a good job of dealing with debris in cracks and crevices, thanks to a built-in crevice tool, but it does have a harder time with debris embedded in carpet fibers. 041b061a72


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