Canister vacuum cleaners offer a fun and practical way of cleaning the house. Though designed to operate in a similar fashion as upright vacuum cleaners, they differ in their physical design. Canister vacuum cleaners have a detached suction head that is connected to the motor body via a hose.
This makes them lighter and easier to work with than normal vacuum cleaners. However, when it comes to performance they are not as powerful as upright vacuum cleaners, but they clean stairways and corners far much better. So, what are the factors to consider when purchasing the right canister vacuum cleaner?
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Our Recommended Canister Vacuums
Miele Compact C1 Pure Suction
The Miele Compact C1 Pure Suction is an exceptionally powerful canister vacuum. It relies on a Miele Vortex Motor and a fantastic floor head.
With the Miele Vortex Motor, you have access to a tremendous amount of suction power. By using the dial that’s on the front of the vacuum, you can choose how much suction you are using at any given time. That way, the vacuum process is tailored to your needs.
Miele includes a Rug & Floor Combination Nozzle. With this nozzle/floor head, you can loosen up and remove the dirt, dust, and debris that is o