10 Vacuum Cleaners That Don’t Suck
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10 Vacuum Cleaners That Don’t Suck

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By Banu Ibrahim
These vacuum cleaners don't suck—they excel at picking up dirt and debris.

You may not give much thought to your vacuum cleaner—but that’s about to change. Does your current model leave dirt and dust behind, forcing you to clean the same spot more than once? Does it only really work on carpets and not hardwood floors (or vice versa)? Does it have to be plugged in for you to use it? 

 If you said yes to any or all of these questions, it’s high time you upgrade your hoover. Good news is there’s plenty of high-tech options out there that can clean your home with complete ease. We've rounded up our top 10 cordless vacuum cleaners that make cleaning so easy, you won’t even mind doing household chores. Hey, you never know.

Dyson V7 Motorhead Vacuum Cleaner
Dyson V7 Motorhead Vacuum Cleaner
Dyson is arguably the Rolls-Royce of vacuum cleaners. The V7 Motorhead can clean a multitude of surfaces, and it's designed to get into every nook and cranny of your home—from the floors to the ceiling.
Bissell Lift-Off Floors & More Lightweight Stick Vacuum
Bissell Lift-Off Floors & More Lightweight Stick Vacuum
For those with small spaces or limited storage, the Bissell Lift-Off might be the perfect option. Its detachable handle design helps the device fold right up after you’re done using it, so you don’t have to dedicate your entire coat closet to your vacuum.
Roomie Tec Cordless Vacuum Cleaner
Roomie Tec Cordless Vacuum Cleaner
One of the biggest pain points when vacuuming is having to haul around your cleaner from room to room—and it's even worse if your vacuum weighs a ton. Roomie Tec’s solution is an ultralight option weighing in at just over two pounds.
iRobot Roomba 960
iRobot Roomba 960
Your spring cleaning is about to get seriously high tech. The iRobot Roomba 960 deep cleans both hardwood and carpet surfaces, making it a stellar option for those with pets that shed around the house.
Homasy Portable Handheld Vacuum
Homasy Portable Handheld Vacuum
The right handheld vacuum can clean the areas of your home that a typical upright device can’t—your couches, car, countertops, and even your computer keyboard. Homasy’s popular version comes with three different attachments to help customize your cleaning experience. Hey, no two messes are the same.
Shark Navigator Freestyle Vacuum
Shark Navigator Freestyle Vacuum
You’re on the hunt for a vacuum cleaner that checks all the boxes functionality-wise, but that also costs less than $100. Meet Shark’s Navigator Freestyle Vacuum. It offers cordless convenience, solid suction and a lightweight design for just 90 bucks.
ILIFE V5s Pro Robot Vacuum Cleaner
ILIFE V5s Pro Robot Vacuum Cleaner
No, you’re not dreaming: This robotic cleaner can sweep, vacuum, and damp mop. After using this device, you’ll look back and wonder why you ever cleaned your floors by hand in the first place.
Dyson Cyclone V10 Animal Vacuum
Dyson Cyclone V10 Animal Vacuum
When talking about top vacuum cleaners, it’s hard not to list Dyson more than once. If you’re looking for a deeper, professional-grade clean, the Cyclone V10 Animal fits the bill.
Bissell AirRam 1984 Cordless Vacuum
Bissell AirRam 1984 Cordless Vacuum
Bissell’s AirRam has everything you’d expect from a premium cordless vacuum, with the added bonus of its Easy Empty slider, which makes disposing of dirt and debris a quick and mess-free process.
Hoover Fusion Pet Cordless Stick Vacuum
Hoover Fusion Pet Cordless Stick Vacuum
Your pup loves making itself at home in every square inch of your house. And wherever Fido goes, hair follows. But you won’t mind that—so long as you have a vacuum cleaner made with pets in mind. This Hoover can suck up the hair and dirt your furry friend brings inside with complete ease.