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Bissell PowerGlide Deluxe Pet Vacuum review:
I went into vacuum cleaner testing expecting price to directly correlate with performance. I'm not sure why I cling to this assumption when other tests have proven otherwise time and time again. The Bissell PowerGlide Deluxe Pet Vacuum proved to be a
I went into vacuum cleaner testing expecting price to directly correlate with performance. The Bissell PowerGlide Deluxe Pet Vacuum proved to be a contender alongside the $399-plus models we tested, even though it boasts a sticker price of $179. 99. Originally, I expected the Dyson vacuums to outperform the pack by large swaths. I have since come to see Dyson vacuums as status symbols more than anything. They perform well, certainly, but they cost an arm and a leg and with the exception of pet hair on hard floors, the only Dyson to outperform the Bissell was the $649. 99 DC41 Animal Complete. For far less, this Bissell vacuum consistently tested as one of the best. It is simple to use, feels reliably constructed, and offers welcome features like a removable canister and well-designed extension wand. Given its consistent, competitive performance and affordable price, the Bissell PowerGlide Deluxe Pet Vacuum would be a welcome addition to your lineup of cleaning appliances. Even though it is one of the lighter models in this test group, this Bissell feels sturdy and durable, due to the fact that it's made of a plastic that feels thicker and more reliable than the plastics of other models. The power cord measures 27 feet long, which is generous and gives you more than enough slack to vacuum the vast majority of rooms, if not more than one without switching outlets. Considering basic aesthetics, the Bissell isn't as attractive as other models. It's not flashy and its purple coloring isn't as vibrant as other models' like the DC50 Animal. After all, my vacuum at home lives in the linen closet. I'll grant that whether your vacuum is stylish or not is a matter of personal preference. Suffice it to say that if you want a vacuum that looks like a futuristic spaceship, the Bissell is not for you. I would caution you not to be fooled by the Bissell's humble exterior. At first glance, you might think that the Bissell is a bit of a one-trick pony, only able to move back and forth like more traditional models. Similar to the Oreck, the Bissell has a pivoting hinge that makes for easy maneuvering. For those challenged vertically, be it high or low, this model offers an adjustable-height handle, a feature that we especially appreciated about the Electrolux. Perhaps my favorite feature about this Bissell is the fact that it is a convertible vacuum, meaning that you can remove the canister from the body and use it independently. This gives you the freedom to vacuum stairs or baseboards without needing to cart the whole vacuum body along. I know that my own canister vacuum is indispensable, especially for tasks like vacuuming my car. The fact that the Bissell removes the necessity of using two machines makes life easier. The only other vacuum we've tested with this convertible capability is the Shark Rotator Pro Lift-Away. The Bissell's extension hose measures 6. 5 feet from the canister and I appreciate that the wand is not only easy to access, but features a handle as well. Like most vacuums, the Bissell comes with attachments for the wand. You will find a standard crevice tool, which comes in handy for vacuuming baseboards, car seats, or upholstery. In addition, Bissell includes the Pet TurboEraser Tool, which is designed to collect pet hair from fabrics and upholstered furniture. Both are highly effective, but I was particularly impressed with the TurboEraser, which uses plastic blades on a roller to scrape pet hair into the vacuum. The vacuum I grew up with required you to pull a side lever to recline it, and on the other end of the spectrum, the new Dysons require a rocking movement that is hard to get used to. I like the Bissell because it uses a hybrid of old and new... Once you recline the vacuum, you need only press a button to begin vacuuming. Like the Dyson models, the Bissell functions by two primary buttons, a power button and a brushroll button, which you use to activate the brushroll for carpets and deactivate it for hard floors or delicate rugs. The interface is simple and intuitive overall, though the power button felt unresponsive from time to time and required a solid press. Still, this was not an inconvenience and happened less frequently as I acclimated to the vacuum. Other buttons include the lift-off button, which allows you to detach the canister from the vacuum base, and the handle height adjustment button.
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