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  • Cleanstar C17 36 Vacuum

    German made, solid and sturdy Upright Vacuum Cleanersuitable for commercial cleaning applications such as hotels and office environments. Equally as effective as a dometic vacuum cleaner in the home if you dont want the hassle of dragging around a barrel vacuum. The West German made…

  • Dyson DC50 Allergy Vaccuum

    The latest in Dyson's innovative technology, the DC50 Allergy Upright Vacuum Cleaner utilises cutting edge technology to rid your home of allergy-causing dirt and dust. Key Features Powered by Dyson's 2 Tier Radial cyclone technology, the DC50 Allergy has an increased airflow allowing for…

  • Bissell 1858F ProHeat 2X Revolution Upright Vacuum

    Dual Dirtlifter Powerbrushes combined with Heatwave Technology work to remove dirt and stains from your carpet. Now you don't have to rent a deep cleaner from a store to refresh your carpets and it's easy to store at home. The Proheat 2x Revolution offers multiple cleaning modes to fit your…

  • Bissell 20W7F Vacuums

    Your house will be changed forever with a Bissell vacuum. This is an upright vacuum, which enables cleaning heavily carpeted homes. This is a bagless vacuum cleaner, which allows for comfortably unloading the dirt chamber once it becomes full. This vacuum cleaner's cord measures 6 metres.…

  • Bosch BCH6AT25AU Vacuum

    The Bosch Athlet 25.2V Cordless Handheld Vacuum Cleaner is a handstick vacuum cleaner that uses bagless technology while maintaining the power of a standard 2400 watt cleaner.

    $299 - $397
  • Hoover Heritage 5210 Vacuum

    Redefine clean with this Hoover handheld vacuum. The unique range of functions of this featherweight vacuum will complement the capabilities of your large vacuum. It is battery powered, which enables easily maneuvering around furniture and hard-to-reach spots without any restricting cords. This is…


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What to look for when buying your next vacuum cleaner Vacuum cleaners have changed a lot over the years, with new technologies such as bagless storage, lightweight stick designs and even robot vacuums increasing both the efficiency and convenience of the otherwise tedious chore. You can still buy vacuum cleaners that use bags, and while some people swear by them for one reason or another, ultimately they end up being more unwieldy than the alternative and, although sometimes cheaper, will cost you in the long run with replacement bags. Manufacturer’s like Dyson are highly sought after, with their innovative cyclone technology, futuristic designs and compact units. However, these vacuums are almost always expensive, so you’ll definitely want to be waiting it out for a sale. Alternatively, you can try a robot vacuum like the iRobot Roomba that will intelligently and automatically vacuum your home and charge itself when it’s done.