Vacuum Cleaner

What is Vacuum Cleaner?

A vacuum cleaner is a device that uses an air pump to create a partial vacuum to suck up dust and dirt, typically from floors, and optionally from other surfaces such as upholstery and draperies. The dirt is collected by either a dust bag or a cyclonic chamber, or a washable/reusable container or filter.

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A vacuum cleaner is a device that uses suction to remove dirt and debris from surfaces, typically carpets, and floors. It typically consists of a motor, a filter, and one or more collection containers or bags. Some vacuum cleaners also have attachments, such as brushes and crevice tools, that can be used to clean specific areas or surfaces.

Different types of vacuum cleaner

There are several types of vacuum cleaners, including:

  1. Upright vacuums: These are the most common type of vacuum and are typically used for cleaning carpets. They have a motor and dustbin in the main body and a cleaning head at the bottom.
  2. Canister vacuums: These vacuums have a motor and dustbin in a separate unit (the canister) that is connected to the cleaning head by a hose. They are typically more maneuverable than upright vacuums and are good for cleaning bare floors and tight spaces.
  3. Stick vacuums: These are lightweight, cordless vacuums that are similar in design to upright vacuums but smaller. They are typically used for quick cleanups and are not as powerful as other types of vacuums.
  4. Handheld vacuums: These are small, portable vacuums that are typically used for quick cleanups and spot cleaning.
  5. Robot vacuums: These are autonomous vacuums that use sensors and navigation to clean a room. They can be programmed to clean specific areas at specific times and can return to their charging station when they need to recharge their batteries.
  6. Central vacuums: These are powerful vacuums that are installed in a home’s central ductwork and are operated by a remote control or wall-mounted switch.
  7. Wet/Dry vacuums: These vacuums can clean both dry and wet surfaces, and can be used for tasks such as cleaning up spills, unclogging drains, and even vacuuming water from swimming pools.

Upright

Upright vacuums are a popular type of vacuum cleaner. They are designed with a motor and dustbin in the main body, and a cleaning head at the bottom. The cleaning head typically has a brush roll that agitates the carpet to loosen dirt and debris, and the suction from the motor then pulls the dirt and debris into the dustbin. Upright vacuums are generally best suited for cleaning carpets and are known for their powerful suction and deep cleaning capabilities. They also often come with attachments such as crevice tools and dusting brushes that can be used to clean various surfaces. Some upright vacuums also have HEPA filters that can trap small particles such as dust mites and pet dander, making them a good choice for people with allergies.

SAMSUNG
SAMSUNG Jet 75 Complete Cordless Stick Vacuum with Long-Lasting Battery
SAMSUNG Jet 75 Complete Cordless Stick Vacuum with Long-Lasting Battery – VS20T7536T5AA $499.00

Upright Vacuum PROS and CONS

Upright vacuums are a popular type of vacuum cleaner known for their powerful suction and deep cleaning capabilities. Here are some of the pros and cons of using an upright vacuum cleaner:

Pros:

  • Powerful suction: Upright vacuums typically have a powerful motor that provides strong suction, which allows them to effectively remove dirt and debris from carpets.
  • Deep cleaning capabilities: The brush roll on an upright vacuum agitates the carpet fibers to loosen dirt and debris, which allows the vacuum to deep clean carpets.
  • Good for carpets: Upright vacuums are particularly good for cleaning carpets, as the brush roll can effectively remove dirt and debris from the fibers.
  • Attachments: Upright vacuums often come with attachments such as crevice tools and dusting brushes that can be used to clean various surfaces.
  • HEPA filter: Some upright vacuums also have HEPA filters that can trap small particles such as dust mites and pet dander, making them a good choice for people with allergies.

Cons:

  • Less maneuverable: Upright vacuums are typically less maneuverable than other types of vacuums, making it harder to clean tight spaces and corners.
  • Heavy: Upright vacuums can be heavy, making them difficult to carry up and down stairs.
  • Not great for hard floors: Upright vacuums are not as effective at cleaning hard floors as other types of vacuums, such as canister vacuums or hard surface vacuums.
  • Not as compact: Upright vacuums are generally not as compact as other types of vacuums, making them more difficult to store in small spaces.

In conclusion, upright vacuums are a good option for people who have mostly carpets in their homes and need a vacuum that can effectively clean them. However, they may not be the best choice for people with mostly hard floors or limited storage space.

Stick

Stick vacuums are a type of vacuum cleaner that is similar in design to upright vacuums but smaller and more lightweight. They typically have a slim and elongated design, with the motor and dustbin located in the main body and a cleaning head at the bottom. Cordless and battery-powered and designed to be easy to maneuver and store. Used for quick cleanups and spot cleaning and are not as powerful as other types of vacuums. They are good for cleaning hard floors, low-pile carpets, and small messes. A good option for small apartments or homes, or for people who have limited storage space. Some stick vacuums also come with attachments such as crevice tools and dusting brushes that can be used to clean various surfaces.

Shark®
Shark® Pet Pro Cordless Stick Vacuum with MultiFLEX IZ340H
Shark® Pet Pro Cordless Stick Vacuum with MultiFLEX IZ340H $269.00

Stick Vacuum PROS and CONS

Stick vacuums are a type of vacuum cleaner that is similar in design to upright vacuums but smaller and more lightweight. Here are some of the pros and cons of using a stick vacuum cleaner:

Pros:

  • Lightweight and portable: Stick vacuums are lightweight and easy to maneuver, making them easy to transport from room to room.
  • Cordless: Stick vacuums are typically cordless, which eliminates the hassle of dealing with a cord and allows for more flexibility in cleaning.
  • Good for quick cleanups and spot cleaning: Stick vacuums are good for quick cleanups and spot cleaning, making them convenient for small messes and everyday cleaning.
  • Compact: Stick vacuums are generally more compact than other types of vacuums, making them easy to store in small spaces.

Cons:

  • Less powerful than other types of vacuums: Stick vacuums are not as powerful as other types of vacuums, such as upright vacuums or canister vacuums, and may not be able to pick up larger debris or deep clean carpets as effectively.
  • Battery life: Cordless stick vacuums are powered by batteries, which can limit the cleaning time before the vacuum needs to be recharged.
  • Not as good for carpets: Stick vacuums are not as good for cleaning carpets as other types of vacuums, as they do not have a brush roll to agitate the carpet fibers.
  • Filter and bin capacity: Stick vacuums have smaller filter and bin capacity than traditional vacuums, which means they need to be emptied more frequently.

In conclusion, stick vacuums are a good option for people who have mostly hard floors and need a vacuum that is easy to maneuver and store. They can also be good for quick cleanups and spot cleaning. However, they may not be the best choice for people with mostly carpets or who need heavy-duty cleaning.

Handheld

A handheld vacuum is a small, portable vacuum cleaner that is designed to be held in one hand. They are typically lightweight, cordless, and battery-powered, making them easy to maneuver and use in tight spaces. Used for quick cleanups and spot cleaning and are not as powerful as other types of vacuums. They can be used to clean a variety of surfaces including carpets, upholstery, stairs, and car interiors. Handheld vacuums often come with attachments such as crevice tools, dusting brushes, and upholstery tools that can be used to clean specific areas or surfaces. They are also good for cleaning small messes, pet hair, and crumbs. Some handheld vacuums also have HEPA filters that can trap small particles such as dust mites and pet dander, making them a good choice for people with allergies.

Shark
Shark Ultra Cyclone Pet Pro Cordless Handheld Vacuum, CH950
Shark Ultra Cyclone Pet Pro Cordless Handheld Vacuum, CH950 $79.00

Handheld Vacuum PROS and CONS

Handheld vacuums are small, portable vacuum cleaners that are designed to be held in one hand. Here are some of the pros and cons of using a handheld vacuum cleaner:

Pros:

  • Lightweight and portable: Handheld vacuums are lightweight and easy to maneuver, making them easy to transport from room to room or to take outside.
  • Cordless: Handheld vacuums are typically cordless, which eliminates the hassle of dealing with a cord and allows for more flexibility in cleaning.
  • Good for quick cleanups and spot cleaning: Handheld vacuums are good for quick cleanups and spot cleaning, making them convenient for small messes and everyday cleaning.
  • Versatile: Handheld vacuums can be used to clean a variety of surfaces including carpets, upholstery, stairs, and car interiors.
  • Attachments: Handheld vacuums often come with attachments such as crevice tools, dusting brushes, and upholstery tools that can be used to clean specific areas or surfaces.

Cons:

  • Less powerful than other types of vacuums: Handheld vacuums are not as powerful as other types of vacuums, such as upright vacuums or canister vacuums, and may not be able to pick up larger debris or deep clean carpets as effectively.
  • Battery life: Cordless handheld vacuums are powered by batteries, which can limit the cleaning time before the vacuum needs to be recharged.
  • Not as good for larger areas: Handheld vacuums are not as effective at cleaning large areas as other types of vacuums.
  • Filter and bin capacity: Handheld vacuums have smaller filters and bin

Hard Surface

Hard surface vacuums are specifically designed to clean hard floors such as tile, wood, laminate, and linoleum. They typically have a cleaning head with a hard floor tool that uses suction to remove dirt and debris without scratching the surface. They are also typically lightweight and easy to maneuver and have attachments that can be used to clean tight spaces and corners.

Some hard surface vacuums are also equipped with a dusting brush or microfiber pad that can be used to clean surfaces without scratching them. They also typically have a dustbin or collection container that can be emptied easily. Hard surface vacuums can be corded or cordless, and some models also have rechargeable batteries for convenience and flexibility.

You can find different types of hard surface vacuums, such as stick vacuums, handheld vacuums, or canister vacuums. They are all designed to be used on hard surfaces and can be a good option if you have mostly hard floors in your home and need a vacuum that can effectively clean them.

Tineco
Tineco A11 Hero Lightweight Cordless Stick Vacuum Cleaner for Hard Floors and Carpet
Tineco A11 Hero Lightweight Cordless Stick Vacuum Cleaner for Hard Floors and Carpet $259.95

Hard Surface Vacuum PROS and CONS

Hard surface vacuums are specifically designed to clean hard floors such as tile, wood, laminate, and linoleum. Here are some of the pros and cons of using a hard surface vacuum cleaner:

Pros:

  • Effective on hard floors: Hard surface vacuums are specifically designed to clean hard floors and have a cleaning head with a hard floor tool that uses suction to remove dirt and debris without scratching the surface.
  • Lightweight and maneuverable: Hard surface vacuums are lightweight and easy to maneuver, making it easier to clean tight spaces and corners.
  • Good for tight spaces: Hard surface vacuums have attachments that can be used to clean tight spaces and corners.
  • Corded or cordless option: Hard surface vacuums can be corded or cordless, corded vacuums tend to have more power, and cordless vacuums offer more flexibility.

Cons:

  • Not as good for carpets: Hard surface vacuums are not as effective at cleaning carpets as other types of vacuums, such as upright vacuums or canister vacuums.
  • Not as good for pet hair: Hard surface vacuums can’t pick up pet hair as effectively as other types of vacuums like upright vacuums with a brush roll.
  • Not as good for large debris: Hard surface vacuums are not as effective at picking up large debris as other types of vacuums.

In conclusion, hard surface vacuums can be a good option for people who have mostly hard floors in their homes and need a vacuum that can effectively clean them. They are lightweight, easy to maneuver and have attachments that can be used to clean tight spaces and corners. However, they may not be the best choice for people with mostly carpets or who need to pick up pet hair or large debris.

Canister

Canister vacuums are a type of vacuum cleaner that consist of a motor and dustbin in a separate unit (the canister) that is connected to the cleaning head by a hose. They are typically more maneuverable than upright vacuums and are good for cleaning bare floors, stairs, and tight spaces. Canister vacuums have a range of features that make them suitable for different cleaning tasks.

  • Bagged canister vacuums have a bag that captures dirt and debris and can be easily replaced when full.
  • Bagless canister vacuums have a container that can be emptied when full.
  • HEPA filter canister vacuums are designed to trap small particles such as dust mites and pet dander, making them a good choice for people with allergies.
  • Powerhead canister vacuums have an attachment that can be used for cleaning carpets, similar to an upright vacuum.

Canister vacuums are versatile and can be used on various surfaces, including hardwood floors, carpets, and upholstery. They can be a good option for homes with a mix of surfaces or for people who have limited storage space. They often come with attachments such as crevice tools and dusting brushes that can be used to clean specific areas or surfaces.

Kenmore
Kenmore 81214 200 Series Bagged Canister Vacuum - Orange
Kenmore 81214 200 Series Bagged Canister Vacuum – Orange $249.00
Canister Vacuum PROS and CONS

Canister vacuums are a type of vacuum cleaner that consist of a motor and dustbin in a separate unit (the canister) that is connected to the cleaning head by a hose. Here are some of the pros and cons of using a canister vacuum cleaner:

Pros:

  • Maneuverable: Canister vacuums are typically more maneuverable than upright vacuums, making it easier to clean tight spaces, corners, and staircases.
  • Versatile: Canister vacuums can be used on various surfaces including carpets, hardwood floors, and upholstery.
  • Good for pet hair: Some canister vacuums have powerful motors and attachments that can be used to remove pet hair effectively.
  • Bagged or bagless options: Canister vacuums come in bagged or bagless options, which can be emptied easily.
  • HEPA filter: Some canister vacuums also have HEPA filters that can trap small particles such as dust mites and pet dander, making them a good choice for people with allergies.

Cons:

  • Hose and cord tend to be shorter: The hose and cord of canister vacuums tend to be shorter than other types of vacuums, limiting the cleaning area and mobility.
  • More difficult to store: Canister vacuums are typically larger than other types of vacuums, making them more difficult to store in small spaces.
  • More expensive: Canister vacuums can be more expensive than other
Carpet cleaners

Carpet cleaners, also known as carpet shampooers, are designed for cleaning carpets. They use combine cleaning solution, water, and suction to deep clean carpets and remove dirt, stains, and odors. Carpet cleaners have a tank for cleaning solutions and water, a brush roll that agitates the carpet to loosen dirt and debris, and a suction system that removes the dirt and debris along with the cleaning solution.

There are two main types of carpet cleaners:

  • Portable carpet cleaners: These are smaller, more compact units that can transported from room to room. They are less powerful than full-size carpet cleaners and are good for spot cleaning and small areas.
  • Full-size carpet cleaners: These are larger units that are designed for cleaning entire rooms or extensive areas of the carpet. They are more powerful than portable carpet cleaners and can deep clean carpets.

Carpet cleaners can rented or purchased, and can be a good option for deep cleaning carpets and removing tough stains. However, they require more effort and time to use than traditional vacuums, and we must leave carpets to dry after cleaning. We do not recommend them for carpets that are not colorfast, or for carpets with certain types of dyes, so it’s important to check the manufacturer’s instructions before use.

Bissell
Bissell Proheat Pet Turbo Carpet Cleaner
Bissell Proheat Pet Turbo Carpet Cleaner $189.00
Carpet Cleaner Vacuum PROS and CONS

Carpet cleaners, also known as carpet shampooers, designed for cleaning carpets. Here are some pros and cons of using a carpet cleaner vacuum:

Pros:

  • Deep cleaning: Carpet cleaners use combine cleaning solution, water, and suction to deep clean carpets and remove dirt, stains, and odors.
  • Good for removing tough stains: Carpet cleaners can remove tough stains and dirt.
  • Good for carpets: Carpet cleaners are good for cleaning carpets, as they can effectively remove dirt and debris from the fibers.
  • Can rented or purchased: Carpet cleaners can rented or purchased, making it accessible for people who need to deep clean their carpets.

Cons:

  • Not recommended for carpets that are not colorfast or for carpets with certain types of dyes: Carpet cleaners can damage some types of carpets, so it’s important to check the manufacturer’s instructions before use.
  • Requires more effort and time to use than traditional vacuums: Carpet cleaners require more effort and time to use than traditional vacuums, and we must leave carpets to dry after cleaning.
  • More expensive: Carpet cleaners can be more expensive than traditional vacuums.
  • Not suitable for hard floors: Carpet cleaners are not suitable for cleaning hard floors, they designed for carpets.

In conclusion, carpet cleaners can be a good option for people who have carpets and need a vacuum that can deep clean them and remove tough stains. However, they may not be the best choice for people with hard floors or who have a limited budget.

Central Vacuums

Central vacuums a powerful vacuum that installed in a home’s central ductwork. And operated by a remote control or wall-mounted switch. They have a central unit, in a garage, basement, or utility room. Which connect to inlets throughout the house via a network of pipes. A hose, which is 30 to 35 feet long, plugged into the inlet. And used to vacuum the rooms in the house.

The central unit has a powerful motor and a large dustbin or collection container. That can hold a lot of dirt and debris. This eliminates the need to empty a dustbin or replace a bag as often as with traditional vacuums. The central unit also has a filter that captures small particles such as dust mites and pet dander. Making central vacuums is a good choice for people with allergies.

Central vacuums are more powerful than portable vacuums, and can remove dirt and debris from carpets and bare floors. Quieter than traditional vacuums and are a good option for homes with multiple levels or extensive areas of the carpet. However, they can be more expensive to install than traditional vacuums and they also require professional installation.

Prolux
Prolux CV12000 Central Vacuum Power Unit with Most Powerful 2 Speed Motor
Prolux CV12000 Central Vacuum Power Unit with Most Powerful 2 Speed Motor $569.99
Central Vacuum PROS and CONS

Central vacuums a powerful vacuum that is installed in a home’s central ductwork. And operated by a remote control or wall-mounted switch. Here are some pros and cons and a central vacuum system:

Pros:

  • Powerful suction: Central vacuums have a powerful motor and a large dustbin or collection container. Can hold a lot of dirt and debris, making them more powerful than traditional vacuums.
  • Deep cleaning: The suction of a central vacuum strong enough to remove dirt and debris from carpets and bare floors.
  • Good for people with allergies: Central vacuums have a filter that captures small particles. Such as dust mites and pet dander, making them a good choice for people with allergies.
  • Quiet: Central vacuums are quieter than traditional vacuums.
  • Suitable for extensive areas: Central vacuums are a good option for homes with multiple levels or extensive areas of the carpet.

Cons:

  • Expensive to install: Central vacuums can be more expensive to install than traditional vacuums and they also require professional installation.
  • Maintenance: Central vacuums require regular maintenance such as cleaning and replacing the filter.
  • Not portable: Central vacuums are not portable. They install in a central location and the suction created through a series of pipes and inlets. It makes it impossible to take the vacuum to another location.
  • Requires a dedicated space: Central vacuums require a dedicated space. In a garage, basement, or utility room, to house the central unit.

In conclusion, central vacuums are a good option for people who own extensive areas of carpet. And need a powerful and quiet vacuum. However, they can be more expensive to install and require regular maintenance and dedicated space.

Robotic

Robotic vacuums, also known as robotics, are autonomous vacuums that use sensors and navigation to clean a room. We can program to clean specific areas at specific times. Can return to their charging station when they need to recharge their batteries. They have a low profile design, which allows them to navigate under furniture. And a variety of sensors that help them avoid obstacles and locate dirt and debris.

Robotic vacuums come with a variety of features, such as:

  • Smart navigation: Some robotic vacuums use cameras, lasers, or mapping technology. To create a map of the home and navigate it more effectively.
  • Virtual boundaries: Some robotic vacuums allow you to set up virtual boundaries, such as a “no-go” zone. So that the robot does not enter certain areas of the home.
  • Remote control: remote can control some robotic vacuums using a smartphone app or remote control.
  • Scheduling: Some robotic vacuums can schedule to clean at specific times. It makes easy to set up a cleaning schedule that fits your needs.

Robotic vacuums are a convenient option for people who want to keep their floors clean with minimal effort. We can use on a variety of surfaces, including carpets and hard floors. Good option for people who have limited mobility or a busy schedule. However, not as powerful as traditional vacuums and may not pick up larger debris or effective deep clean carpets.

Ionvac
Ionvac SmartClean V4 – Self Emptying Robot Vacuum with Mapping
Ionvac SmartClean V4 – Self Emptying Robot Vacuum with Mapping $399.00
Robotic Vacuum PROS and CONS

Robotic vacuums, also known as robotics, are autonomous vacuums that use sensors and navigation to clean a room. Here are some pros and cons of using a robotic vacuum cleaner:

Pros:

  • Convenience: Robotic vacuums clean a room without human intervention, making it easy to keep your home clean with minimal effort.
  • Smart navigation: Some robotic vacuums use cameras, lasers, or mapping technology. To create a map of the home and navigate it more effectively.
  • Virtual boundaries: Some robotic vacuums allow you to set up virtual boundaries, such as a “no-go” zone. So that the robot does not enter certain areas of the home.
  • Remote control: we can control some robotic vacuums using a smartphone app or a remote control.
  • Cons:
  • Battery life: batteries, which can limit the cleaning time before the vacuum needs to be recharged power robotic vacuums.
  • Limited runtime: Some robotic vacuums own limited runtime and need to return to the charging station. To recharge before they can continue cleaning.
  • Navigation issues: Some robotic vacuums may have trouble navigating around obstacles or furniture, which can limit their cleaning capabilities.
  • Not suitable for high-pile carpets: Robotic vacuums may possess difficulty cleaning high-pile carpets and may get stuck.
  • Price: Robotic vacuums are more expensive than traditional vacuums

In conclusion, robotic vacuums are a convenient option for people who want to keep their floors clean with minimal effort. We can use them on a variety of surfaces, including carpets and hard floors. And can be a good option for people with limited mobility or busy schedules. However, they may not be the best choice for people who need a vacuum for deep cleaning. Or heavy-duty cleaning tasks and also price may be a concern for some.

Wet/Dry vacuums

Wet/Dry vacuums, also known as shop vacuums, versatile vacuums that can clean both dry and wet surfaces. They have a powerful motor and a large dustbin or collection container. That can hold a lot of dirt and debris. They’re more powerful than traditional vacuums, and designed to handle heavy-duty cleaning tasks such as.

  • Spills cleaning up: They can suck up liquids and dry debris, making them useful for cleaning up spills and messes.
  • Unclogging drains: They can suction out clogs from sinks, toilets, and other drains.
  • Debris removing from outdoor surfaces: They can clean patios, decks, and other outdoor surfaces. By sucking up leaves, debris, and even small stones.
  • Vacuuming water from swimming pools: They can vacuum the water from swimming pools, including removing dirt, debris, and algae.

Wet/Dry vacuums have a range of features, such as

  • Blower function: we can convert them into a powerful blower, which can blow away debris, leaves, and even cobwebs.
  • Large capacity filter: They have large capacity filter which can hold more dirt, debris and even bigger particles.
  • Various attachments: They come with various attachments, such as crevice tools, extension wands, and floor nozzles. That can clean specific areas or surfaces.

Wet/Dry vacuums can be a good option for people who need a powerful and versatile vacuum. Can handle heavy-duty cleaning tasks, both inside and outside the home. However, they are larger and heavier than traditional vacuums, and may be more expensive to purchase.

WORKPRO
WORKPRO 6 Gallon Wet/Dry Shop Vacuum, 5.5 Peak HP Shop Vac Cleaner with HEPA Filter
WORKPRO 6 Gallon Wet/Dry Shop Vacuum, 5.5 Peak HP Shop Vac Cleaner with HEPA Filter $109.99
Wet/Dry Vacuum PROS and CONS

Wet/Dry vacuums, also known as shop vacuums, are vacuums can clean up both wet and dry debris. Here are some pros and cons of using a wet/dry vacuum cleaner:

Pros:

  • Can used for both wet and dry debris: Wet/Dry vacuums can clean up both wet and dry debris. It makes them versatile and useful in a variety of settings.
  • Good for heavy-duty cleaning: Wet/Dry vacuums more powerful than traditional vacuums. Can used for heavy-duty cleaning tasks such as construction sites and industrial environments.
  • Efficient for large debris: Wet/Dry vacuums good for picking up large debris, such as sawdust, nails, and screws.
  • Good for liquid spills: Wet/Dry vacuums can clean up liquid spills. Such as water, making them useful for cleaning up floods or spills.
  • HEPA filter: Some Wet/Dry vacuums also have HEPA filters can trap small particles. Such as dust mites, making them a good choice for people with allergies.

Cons:

  • Not good for small debris: Wet/Dry vacuums not good at picking up small debris as other types of vacuums.
  • More expensive: Wet/Dry vacuums can be more expensive than traditional vacuums.
  • Noise: Wet/Dry vacuums can be loud, which can be a disadvantage in certain settings.
  • Not suitable for all surfaces: Wet/Dry vacuums are not suitable for all surfaces. They can damage certain types of floors or surfaces.
  • Heavy: Wet/Dry vacuums are bulky, which can make them difficult to move around.

In conclusion, wet/dry vacuums good option for people who need vacuum that can handle both wet and dry debris. Can use for heavy-duty cleaning tasks such as construction sites and industrial environments. However, they may not best choice for people who need a vacuum for small debris. Or for people who want a lightweight and portable vacuum.

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