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Big Fur Mess Test, Hoover PurePower 2300w


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Which Vacuum Sucks The Most? (TEST)

Is a Dyson or a Dirt Devil the more superior vacuum when sucking up nutmeg on a white couch? We test a handful of vacuums to find out! GMM #1331.1 Watch Part 2: Watch yesterday's episode from the start: Pick up all of the official GMM merch at & exclusive limited edition tees at Follow Rhett & Link: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter: Tumblr: Snapchat: @realrhettlink Website: Check Out Our Other Mythical Channels: Good Mythical MORE: Rhett & Link: This Is Mythical: Ear Biscuits: Want to send us something? Have you made a Wheel of Mythicality intro video? Submit it here: Intro Animation by Digital Twigs: Intro & Outro Music by Jeff Zeigler & Sarah Schimeneck All Supplemental Music from Extreme Production Music: We use 'The Mouse' by Blue Microphones

Best Cordless Vacuum - Dyson vs Shark vs Bissell vs Hoover vs Eureka vs Dirt Devil vs Deik

Best Overall Cordless Vacuum #1 Dyson V10 Absolute Amazon: Our Review: #2 Shark Ion P50 Amazon: Our Review: #3 Dyson V8 Amazon: Our Review: Best Budget Cordless Vacuum #1 Dirt Devil Amazon: Our Review: #2 Bissell Multi Reach Amazon: Our Review: Others Tested: Eureka Power Plush Amazon: Our Review: Deik Cordless Vacuum Amazon: Our Review: Hoover React Whole Home Amazon: Our Review: With the budget cordless vacuums that main thing that separates them from the premium vacuums like the Sharks or Dysons besides the price is their lack of HEPA filtration and or a sealed system. All 5 of the budget vacuums we tested did not pass fog test which either shows a lack of HEPA filtration an unsealed system or both , but this is typical of any type of vacuum under a certain price range. That being said there is a lot to like with the budget vacuums. Here is a quick summary from our tests. The Hoover React had the most power at 37 cfm at the wand with the Dirt Devil Reach Max Plus coming in second at 33 cfm The Dirt Devil had the best battery life at 24:06 with the Deik 2nd and the Hoover React 3rd Though it should be noted that the Dirt Devils battery life number was on its low power setting which tested at 29 cfm. It was also the only budget cordless that had 2 power settings. The best budget cordless vacuum for hard floors was probably the Eureka Power Plush with its soft roller, but that is about all the Euraka Power Plush was good for as it was terrible with carpets and it had the worst battery life. But the 2nd place for hard floors was the Bissell Mutli Reach which was really good, followed by Dirt Devil Reach Max Plus On carpet most of them did good with the pickup tests with surface debris, whether that was fine debris, pet hair or large debris, but deep cleaning carpets is hard for all cordless vacuums, that being said the three that did the best were the Dirt Devil, the Hoover React and the Bissell Multi Reach Plus. So our choice for the best budget cordless vacuum was the Dirt Devil Reach Max Plus, it also comes with good attachments, and is extremely inexpensive, with the main negative being that it is prone to clogs, and can loose power easily, the next choice would be the Bissell Mutli Reach which is a bit more expensive but is really solid overall. All three of the premium cordless vacuums we tested proved to be sealed systems with HEPA filtration so that is a huge plus especially if you have asthma or allergies. As far as the specs, the Dyson V10 had the most power on high power and the Shark Ion P50 had the most power on Low Power. Battery life numbers require some explanation, all these numbers are with the cleaner head attached despite the fact that you can get higher battery life numbers if you test them without the cleaner head attached. Its seems that the Dyson V10 and Shark Ion P50 have basically the same battery capability but the V10 give you more options, including its low power setting which takes the CFM way down to 24 but give you 46:16 of runtime which is by far the longest., and we found that 24 cfm was sufficient for most tasks, So you have to give the V10 the edge here. On hard floors it also depends, If you get the more expensive “Absolute” versions of the Dyson V8 or V10 which come with the soft roller or Fluffy brush, then its pretty close to even, since soft rollers are amazing with hard floors, picking up just about anything and everything they come into contact with. On carpets, despite the fact that the Shark Duoclean does better at sheer ability to gobble anything on top of the carpet, the Dyson V8 and V10 with their standard motorheads attached do much better with deep cleaning carpets as we saw in the flour and black carpet test. To make a long story short I have to give the premium cordless crown to the Dyson V10 Absolute, it is the most expensive of all 3, but the price has come down considerably since its release early in 2018, and it’s a much better value these days. But a close 2nd place would go to the Shark Ion P50, I love its versatility and its handling and I really love the Duoclean technology, so it’s a really good utilitarian choice. We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to and affiliated sites.

Dyson V8 vs Dyson V10 - Detailed Tests and Comparison

Dyson V10 Absolute on Amazon: Dyson V8 Absolute on Amazon: Cleaner Heads and Pickup: 0:20 Airflow and Suction: 1:50 Crevice Pickup Test 2:46 Battery Life 3:47 Weight and ease of use 4:39 Dust Bin: 4:59 Noise Level 5:16 Final thoughts: 5:28 Follow Vacuum Wars on: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: We have the Absolute version of both vacuums which means that they both came with the soft brush, in addition to the standard cleaner head. The standard cleaner head has been upgraded quite a bit from the v8 to the v10, its now called a torque drive cleaner head and Dyson says has 25% more brush roll agitation power than the V8s standard cleaner head. The new design also has 2 small adjustable gates on the front which are crucial for picking up larger debris on hard floors. the V8s standard cleaner head does not have these gates, so we tested if it made a difference. The V10 with its gates all the way open did great on both low and high power, I originally was a little hard on the V10 until I realized how much these gates it affect its hard floor performance. The V8 was unable to pick up any of the larger debris on hard floors without similar gates. Interestingly the same head on the V8 had no trouble with larger debris on carpet, in fact it was just a little bit better than the V10’s torque head as far as large debris on carpet even with the gates on the torque drive wide open. Both the V8 and V10 had no trouble with large debris on hard floors with the soft brush. We tested this in low and high power and though it was better on high power, the low power settings did the job fine. We tested the airflow at 3 places, the cleaner head, the wand opening, and directly on the base. Here are all the airflow numbers and I will explain what they mean. So the V10s airflow didn’t change much no matter where we measured it. It had the highest airflow at 2027 fpm, measured at the wand. On medium power it measured about 1220, and it was 925 fpm on low power. The V8, was just a hair more powerful than the v10 on low power at 964 fpm Its highest airflow measurement was 1752. Moving on to battery life. The battery life on both the v8 and v10 are dramatically different depending on what power mode your using and which attachments you have attached. For example on low power with no attachments the V8 went for 42:48 and the V10 went for 61 minutes. On high power with the cleaner head attached the v8 went for 9 minutes and the V10 for 6:30 seconds which is actually pretty good for that much power. The V10, which is the only one with a medium power setting went 26:57 on medium power with the cleaner head attached. So medium power on the V10 really seems like the best of both worlds that is airflow and battery life. If you are wondering if low power is enough to clean your floors I would say that it really is. I had my doubts before these tests but low power is still better than 90 percent of the upright vacuums out there. They are both very close to the same weight with the base of the V10 being just a 3 ounces heavier. Both of these units are much better than any cordless I have used in terms of weight and comfort. They preform pretty much identically in terms of handling and smoothness, the extra airflow can really be felt on carpet with the v10 on high power but not enough to really matter. The dirt bin is about 8 ounces or 1 cup bigger on the v10 than on the v8 which is pretty significant. The v10 also has a new way of emptying the bin where you can point the barrel inside the trash can to reduce mess, I didn’t really find this all that helpfull I find that the older style v8 bin emptying is just as good The v10 is quieter on low power (low 82.1 med 85.2 high 94.9) but the v8 is quieter on high power (decibels low 74.8 high 85.4). But there were no extremes in ither case as far as the noise level. We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to and affiliated sites.

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