Monday, October 7, 2013

Review: The Best Cordless Vacuums Website

While this website may still be in the beginning phases, its quite good. I don’t have a cordless vacuum, but I do plan on getting one at some point. This blog is a great place to go to get an idea of which one might be a good fit for you.

The Best Cordless Vacuums can help you get information on whether a stick, handheld or 2-in-1 would be best for you. You can also get information on the Hepa Filter and wet/dry options.

The main page is set up with each type of vacuum, and each of their pros and cons. This is helpful for those who are shopping, as not all retailer website reviews list that information. Sure, you can find reviews on Amazon, but you never know which of those are honest, which are paid for, or if any of the reviews were posted by the manufacturer! Same with other websites like WalMart and Target. I like that with this site, the owner is unbiased in speaking about each model.

You can search by type of vacuum as well. You can search by hardwood models, carpet models, tile, car and even vacuums that are best for pet hair. They break it down by price, battery, power, and the list goes on and on.

Now like I said, the site is still pretty new. There is quite a few brand/models available to view and read about, in time there will be many more brands/models available.

The information provided on The Best Cordless Vacuums is unbiased, which will help many consumers decide on what would work best for them.

Some of the most popular guides are:
The Best Cordless Car Vacuums
The Best Cordless Vacuums for Pet Hair
The Best Cordless Vacuums for Hardwood Floors  (I think I need to check out this one, and some for the carpets!).

Do you have a cordless vacuum? What model? Do you love it and if so, why?


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