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Old 04-29-2020, 08:20 AM   #1
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Vacuum Cleaner Recommendations?

Hi, Was wondering what everyone is using in the way of a compact corded or cordless vacuum cleaner. Don't have a central vac in the Coach. We bought a corded Shark vac that breaks down in size pretty nice, but it doesn't have much suction. Gets kind of hot, but just doesn't do much.

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Old 04-29-2020, 08:46 AM   #2
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Dyson cordless.
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Old 04-29-2020, 09:06 AM   #3
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Bissel Cleanview is decent, for the price. Corded.
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Old 04-29-2020, 09:07 AM   #4
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Dyson cordless.
I agree, start checking Woot.com every day for a refurb Dyson. We've purchased both a cordless "stick" Dyson and a corded Dyson, both refurbs, from Woot and have been extremely satisfied. We use both at home and take the stick with us when we travel.

MSRP is pretty expensive and even refurbs are more expensive than Shark and other competitors but I still would go for the Dyson. The refurb products I've purchased from Woot all appear to be unused.
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Old 04-29-2020, 09:44 AM   #5
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Old 04-29-2020, 10:27 AM   #6
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I should have said the Dyson V8 is our travel vac. We leave the V10 that replaced it at home.
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Old 04-29-2020, 02:08 PM   #7
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We have this little vacuum in the RV https://www.amazon.com/Shark-Ultra-L...8190876&sr=8-5
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We too have a V8 Dyson Stick cordless. One at home worked so good we bought one for MoHo.
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We have this little vacuum in the RV https://www.amazon.com/Shark-Ultra-L...8190876&sr=8-5
We have a similar Shark now. For some reason its had pretty low suction from the start. Pulled it off the Coach and was going to start to look for a replacement.
Just called Shark customer service since I remembered it has a 5 year warranty. They are going to send me a new power head for just the shipping cost and don't even want mine back. So I'll give that a shot before buying something else.
Those Dysons do look nice though.
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Hi, Was wondering what everyone is using in the way of a compact corded or cordless vacuum cleaner. Don't have a central vac in the Coach. We bought a corded Shark vac that breaks down in size pretty nice, but it doesn't have much suction. Gets kind of hot, but just doesn't do much.

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Also, Dyson cordless. Works great.
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As I said above, we bought a Dyson V8 Animal+ Cordfree Stick Vacuum for the moho. But my wife likes it so much in the house, I just ordered a second one from Costco for the moho.


$399 regular price
$379 regular Costco price
-$80 limited time offer
$299 plus tax, and free shipping
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Also, Dyson cordless. Works great.
Dyson cordless here too.
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Also, Dyson cordless. Works great.
Deenkee? Never heard of them, but looks a lot like the Dyson. A lot less expensive. Happy with it?
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Deenkee? Never heard of them, but looks a lot like the Dyson. A lot less expensive. Happy with it?
The Deenkee price is more than I paid for my refurb Dyson on Woot, however, they don't currently show any Dysons and their list of new items is getting pretty small, presumably due to the virus.
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Dyson stick cordless for us we love it. Had it about a year no issues. The only thing I dislike is I wish the charge would last longer. With that said hands down Dyson.
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We use a shark rocket. It is a stick vacuum and weighs about 5 pounds. We have been using it for several years and it works great.
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I do have a central vac system but dont use it as its a pain in the but to clean. So I use my wonderful Hover Hand Held vac. Have had one of these for 2.5 decades. Suck good, bags available from Amazon, easy to store, great vac. Hope this helps
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Old 05-06-2020, 08:32 PM   #18
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Hoover Linx

Love this vacuum! Have had mine for years. Purchased because I hated dragging the big one upstairs. Used it on carpet and hardwood. Then put it in the RV. This summer, I even used it to clean cabins because I hated sweeping them and just moving the dust around! Still going strong.
I did purchase an extra battery so when one goes, I just snap the other one in.
Highly recommend. Lightweight, compact, durable, cordless.
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DeWalt cannister, corded/cordless, with SinoCommie no-name accessory hose kit. Sit vac on lounge seat, hose easily reaches entite RV. Was no-brainer as I use DeWalt cordless tools, just on more tool using same battery.
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Hi, Was wondering what everyone is using in the way of a compact corded or cordless vacuum cleaner. Don't have a central vac in the Coach. We bought a corded Shark vac that breaks down in size pretty nice, but it doesn't have much suction. Gets kind of hot, but just doesn't do much.

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I bought a TINECO from Amazon last year. Much better than the old (2nd one) Dyson I had. Much less money and more accessories.
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