Walmart Walmart Rollback: Bissell Powerforce Bagless Vacuum $49 (Was $67), Bissell Lift-off Cordless Stick Vacuum $69 (Was $90) + More! Bissell Powerforce Vacuum $49 + More!

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Keep your floors and carpets clean with help from Walmart, as they've got new rollbacks on vacuums from popular brands including Bissel and Dirt Devil!

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    • Which one would you recommend? Are the upright ones better than the canister design?
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    • yeah I am trying to decide what style. I have the little upright stick vacum, it isn't' that good, it sucks at sucking... *crickets sound* so I assume these ones are much better and can actually suck on carpets?
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    • I can definitely vouch for the Upright version. Its got very good suction power and cleaned up things in my carpet that I didn't know existed. For this price, you can't go wrong! The only thing I didn't like was how short the tube, even at its extended length, is for doing any touch up work.
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    • vanvick wrote:
      Jul 19th, 2017 4:57 am
      Which one would you recommend? Are the upright ones better than the canister design?
      yatta wrote:
      Jul 19th, 2017 9:18 am
      yeah I am trying to decide what style. I have the little upright stick vacum, it isn't' that good, it sucks at sucking... *crickets sound* so I assume these ones are much better and can actually suck on carpets?
      I have the older model of the Powerforce and it does a decent job on carpets, can't say if the compact and canister perform similarly, although.comments seem positive for them also.
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    • vanvick wrote:
      Jul 19th, 2017 4:57 am
      Which one would you recommend? Are the upright ones better than the canister design?
      You can't go wrong with either upright or canister as others have said here. They do a decent job. Style is more of a preference I feel.

      I have a Shark upright vacuum (been using it for 6.5 years now) and a canister Dyson (stupid airmiles expiration that was reversed 1 week after I redeemed my points). I prefer the upright for its compact design. Easier to store since I don't have to worry about a hose and can quickly find a corner to park it. And I find upright easier to use as well. I can vacuum while walking backwards without having the canister being left in front of me and I'd have to pull it backwards (though this is just having to change my vacuuming procedure). The canister type, you have to vacuum while walking forward so you're always dragging the canister. For stairs, it's hard to say who's better. People prefer the canister cause they can just leave it at the bottom of the stairs and just stretch the hose while for an upright, you'd have to carry it per step as the hose is usually not long enough.
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    • Kittun wrote:
      Jul 19th, 2017 12:25 pm
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      Between these two models, which do people recommend? I'm not sure what the difference is other than the cheaper version having an extended wand attachment?
      I don't own the compact model, but it depends on your type of use, I think. The compact is lighter smaller and more manouverable, probably better for stairs, and getting under things, and carrying up/down stairs. It draws less current though, 6 A as opposed to 8A for the Power force, so it probably has less suction for deep carpet cleaning.
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    • idiotcanuck wrote:
      Jul 19th, 2017 1:08 pm
      I don't own the compact model, but it depends on your type of use, I think. The compact is lighter smaller and more manouverable, probably better for stairs, and getting under things, and carrying up/down stairs. It draws less current though, 6 A as opposed to 8A for the Power force, so it probably has less suction for deep carpet cleaning.
      Oh okay thanks a lot! :) I think I would prefer a deeper clean because I do have carpets. How easy is it to clean out the canister/filter?
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    • Kittun wrote:
      Jul 19th, 2017 2:04 pm
      Oh okay thanks a lot! :) I think I would prefer a deeper clean because I do have carpets. How easy is it to clean out the canister/filter?
      Just one lever to open/close the cannister, the filters take a bit more effort to clean. Typical for these entry level Bagless vacuums.
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    • I have a Powerforce canister that cost like $50. Not sure if it's one of the ones on clearance. It is a clear knockoff of the Miele C series. Identical placement of buttons etc. I'd say it's 80% of the vacuum for 10% of the price. It's excellent on carpet and decent on wood floors.

      Recommend unless you want to drop $$$ on a Miele or robot vacuum.

      Of all the cheap vacuums, Bissell seems to be best. Canister much easier to deal with than upright imo. Better at getting under things.
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    • I just purchased this one from Scarborough Town Centre WM for light camper trailer and garage/car usage. I've used one in the past and it is more than enough for that usage. Thanks OP!
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    • Thanks OP! Just when I needed one. Got the liftoff 2-in-1 cordless.
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