What is the best vacuum cleaner you can recommend???

I know dyson, bissel, dirt devil, eureka, and others are good but i want to know an exact model that works great and costs between 100-200 dollars

Asked By: colombianqt2112 - 2/20/2007
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
Do yourself a favor, you can buy a vacuum for $100 to $200 or even less, but if you want something to will last, you're going to have to invest some more money. All vacuums today work well - you could argue about bag versus bag-less models, but that really comes down to personal preference; the only major difference... More
Answered By: Paul H - 2/20/2007
Additional Answers (6)
We really like the Hoover Windtunnel with the gears for doing much of it's own pulling. Loud, but strong.
Answered By: puppetman - 2/20/2007
I love my DC17 Animal. I have 2 cats and 3 dogs and this keeps my house hair free.
Answered By: Kim G - 2/20/2007
As far as quality, those you mentioned are all comparable. The most important thing to look for is "Heppa Filter". That will make it a little more expensive but much healthier. The others without heppa will just blow the dust in smaller particles back into the air. The most important thing about the life of a vacuum is... More
Answered By: bigrick45 - 2/20/2007
My wife has had her " Filter Queen " vacum cleaner for 30 years. I just looked on Ebay & you can buy a like new Filter Queen Majestic with all the attachments for $ 175.73 . That one has 8hrs. left on that deal. That one of ours just refuses to die, but we keep it serviced once in a while. She goes over the whole... More
Answered By: - 2/20/2007
The Hoover U5725-900 TurboPower 6500 Windtunnel Bagless HEPA Upright Vacuum is about $169 and works great. There are several model Windtunnels but some of them can get very pricey.
Answered By: oilman11977 - 2/21/2007
Go with the Filter Queen. He is right on the money, you will never need to buy another.
Answered By: Aaron W - 2/22/2007
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