Summary: i have had a brand new dyson and brand new kirby and they couldnt handle my five dogs. i only paid 37.99 for mine at walmart 6 or 7 years ago and its still going strong you can go on ebay and order bags for 23.00 for 24 bags. this has sucked up the carpet from the tack strips.
Summary: I did a lot of research before I purchased this Eureka 4750A vacuum over six months ago and so far am very pleased with it. I live in a small casita (under 600sq. ft) with tile floors throughout and one fairly large wool rug. I have also used this vacuum on my wood beamed ceilings.
Summary: I like this vacuum cleaner; its lightweight, powerful enough and best of all is NOT bagless. I got sick and tired of it taking me more time to clean a bagless one than it did to vacuum. I bought mine at Magic Mart for less than $60. I was surprised to see the much higher price on Amazon.
Summary: So the question for me was, should I spend $60.00 for a vacuum made in China, or $599.00 for a Dyson, made in Malaysia? My previous Eureka lasted 2 years, and It was OK, for a compact model. So will the Malaysian-built Dyson outlast the Chinese-built Eureka?
Summary: When I ordered this I thought it was bag less. I guess I didn't read clear enough. But it is great otherwise! It is really lightweight, which I'm really happy about. And also it is very easy to, like change the bag, adjust to what kind of flooring you have, etc.
Excerpt: For a lightweight model this vacuum is pretty powerful. It picks up everything on carpeting and isn't too noisy. It's not bulky or cumbersome. The only drawback is that the hose too often falls out of its place while vacuuming, not sure if it's because the hose is not stretchy enough, however it...