Summary: I've owned this for a little less than three years now. I originally purchased it to clean area rugs, as my apartment at the time had concrete floors. Now that I'm in a fully carpeted apartment, this is no longer the vacuum for me. That said, it does work alright with vigorous maintenance. That maintenance gets very messy, however. Hair gets tangled in the brushes, and tends to tangle between the belt and the brush roller.
Summary: This is the best compact vacuum for the price! Got mines at Walmart for $39.99. It works so well that I would buy it again if it breaks down. Impress how it picks up dirt so well, better than the expensive ones I have brought. Not sure why others are given it bad reviews, but for me, LOVE IT!!!
Summary: If you don't mind your ears ringing, or minimal cleaning performance, this is your guy. Good job on winning the loudest in your class. I couldn't hear my children bickering or yelling for an entire minutes!
Summary: Don't buy it if there is a female in the home since the brush gets jammed with hair ,resulting in belt breakage which happened with me. I replaced it ,now the whole brush assembly is damaged and I have to buy a new vacuum since I can't spend more on replacement parts
Summary: I bought this at Walmart for $40 when my old (and I mean OLD) vacuum died. Note: This is a really cheap vacuum, it is small, it is clunky, it feels cheap and does not look promising out of the box. The cord is a little shorter than normal, and it is loud. However, it does an excellent job getting dirt and grime out of the carpet. Each time I use it I fill the canister. It's not a fabulous, shiny vacuum, but it does the job.
Yes, it's a cheap, little vacuum. It does it's job (so far)
2 November 2014
Summary: Basic, little vacuum. No adjustments, it is kind of loud, so far that is the worst part for me. The cord is a bit shorter than my last compact vac, maybe 20ft vs 25ft. It does the job of sucking up dust and dirt (and in my case cat hair) in 1200 square foot mostly hard surface floors with a few area rugs. It has simple attachments to use, hose is stationary at one end, you unhook the hose from the other in and use it alone or with the 2 attachments.
Summary: I bought this from Walmart in Pink for about $40. When I took it out of the box, I couldn't believe how light it was, it felt like a toy vacuum! But it works really well on carpet in my bedroom. I have 2 cats and a litter box and it sucked everything up. The dust canister is small so I had to empty it twice. I recommend for those in a small home or dorm. It is compact, so it doesn't take up space. But it works just like a big vacuum would!
... vacuum is too hard to push across the carpet--feels like it has the wheels locked
6 September 2014
Summary: This 'compact vacuum is too hard to push across the carpet--feels like it has the wheels locked! and it has no floor adjustment setting for height! the belt broke after being used for only two weeks since new! and of course WalMart doesn't stock replacement belts! what a hassle. Going to buy another -better one soon!
Summary: For some reason, this vacuum seems to get awful reviews on here. I'm a college student who just moved into his own apartment, and I needed something that was costeffective and simple, and this fits the bill. I'm not a terribly dirty person, and I don't spend much time in my apartment, but this thing does a nice job cleaning carpet (and it even does the thing with the lines to give you the look of a freshly vacuumed carpet!).