Vacuum cleaners are one of the most helpful appliances for cleaning and it has become an essential in every home. It makes cleaning faster and more effective without us having to exert so much effort. Over the past few years, newer models of vacuums, specifically wireless vacuums, have gained popularity because of its convenience. However, these wireless vacuum come with a high price tag.
For those who are looking to switch to wireless vacuums, we know that choosing could be overwhelming. Let mybest help you with your woes by presenting our buying guide and a list of top 10 products to get you started and narrow down your selection.
With wireless vacuums, gone are the days of wires limiting you to go around a whole area and limiting maneuverability and reach. They are extremely portable and compared to wired vacuums, they are generally more lightweight. They work well for quick on the spot cleaning and they usually come with different nozzles that can be replaced according to the surface you are cleaning.
If you need to deep clean, wireless vacuums, however, are not exactly the best choice because of its limited power supply. For a thorough cleaning session, especially if you have a large home, you might be better off with a vacuum with a directly connected to a power source.
A wireless vacuum is quite an investment for your home. When choosing the best wireless vacuum there are a few factors to consider and we're here to lend you our helping hand and guide you through it.
Without the presence of the wire connected to the main power source, a wireless vacuum is dependent on its battery. As far as which type of battery is best, we recommend lithium-ion batteries because these generally have a long battery life and faster charging time.
Runtime refers to how long the vacuum can be used on a single charge before it runs out of battery. When choosing a wireless vacuum cleaner, you want to get one with a battery or run time long enough for you to clean an area.
Some vacuums have a run time of around 15-20 minutes, which some people find enough to clean a small area. However, those who have a larger house should opt for something that has a longer battery life.
Additionally, run time changes according to the vacuum’s power setting. If it’s set on maximum or high-powered cleaning setting, battery life will be dramatically diminished.
For some people, one of the deal-breakers of a wireless vacuum is that you have to charge it. Some vacuums have a long charging time with a short run time. Not all of us have the patience and the time to wait for long hours just for the battery to be recharged.
Charging times vary per brand and they can go for as long as 6 hours (or more) or as short as an hour. So that you can gauge your time and not waste it, it’s always worth to look at the specs and check the device’s charging time.
Wired or wireless, a vacuum that has a high suction power can easily pick up dirt and clean more effectively. A low suction power may be able to pick up visible dirt but often times, smaller particles are still let behind.
Most wireless vacuum's suction power ranges from 80-100 aw, good enough for light cleaning. However, there are some brands like Dyson that offer higher suction power up to 185 aw. However, keep in mind that for a vacuum to have a high suction power, a powerful motor is needed which consumes high energy. If you use a high power vacuum often, don't be surprised about the increase in price of your electric bill!
Cleaning itself can already be quite tiring. Don’t be burdened more with the weight of your vacuum! Wireless vacuums are generally lighter compared to their wired counterparts. How much the vacuum weighs affects not just portability, but it can also affect your cleaning performance.
If you get one that’s quite heavy for you, there is a tendency for you to get fatigued, especially when you’re cleaning up high!
Quite frankly, a vacuum’s noise is inevitable but, thankfully with the latest technologies, newer vacuum models offer noise reduction. Prolonged exposure to noise does not only annoy and bring discomfort to the user and the people around, but it ultimately can cause hearing damage.
With a quiet vacuum, you are at ease with a peace of mind, less stress of not disturbing your neighbors, plus, you have the option to clean at any time of the day, morning or night.
Noise levels are measured in decibels (dB). To give you an idea, some of the noise levels of household appliances are 80-90 dB for a blender, 50-75 dB for a washing machine, and 50 dB for a refrigerator. Most vacuum cleaners’ noise levels can go up to 85 dB. It is recommended to get one with 80dB or less.
Taking into consideration the key factors that we mentioned when choosing a wireless vacuum, here are our picks!
|Suction Power||185 AW|
|Run Time||Up to 1 hour|
|Charging Time||4.5 hours|
|Suction Power||145 AW|
|Run Time||Up to 1 Hour and 40 Minutes|
|Charging Time||4 Hours|
|Noise Level||71 dB|
|Suction Power||140 AW|
|Run Time||1 Hour|
|Charging Time||3.5 Hours|
|Suction Power||150 AW|
|Run Time||1 Hour|
|Charging Time||3.5 Hours|
|Suction Power||120 AW|
|Run Time||60 Minutes|
|Charging Time||3-4 Hours|
|Noise Level||68 dB|
|Run Time||2 Hours|
|Charging Time||4- 5 Hours and 50 Minutes|
|Suction Power||100 AW|
|Run Time||30 minutes|
|Charging Time||3.5 hours|
|Run Time||30 Minutes|
|Charging Time||80 Minutes|
|Run Time||21 Minutes|
|Charging Time||3 Hours|
|Suction Power||35 AW|
|Run Time||10 Minutes|
|Charging Time||About 4 Hours|
|Noise Level||85 dB|
Pure ONE S12
Dreame V10 Handheld Cordless Vacuum Cleaner
Cyclone V10 Fluffy
Dreame V9/V9P Handheld Cordless Vacuum Cleaner
V55 Pro Robot Vacuum Cleaner
Cordless Vacuum Cleaner Cyclone Stick type RACTIVE Air
Small Car Vacuum Cleaner
Dustbuster Pivot Cordless Hand Vacuum
|Features||Intelligent Vacuum that Sen...||Smart Suction and an All in...||Smart Cool System Plus Char...||Your Everyday Reliable Clea...||Three Additional Brush Head...||Sit Back, Relax and Let thi...||Soft Roller Cleaner Head fo...||Comfortable to Use with an ...||A Handy Vacuum You Can Easi...||Easily Reach and Clean Awkw...|
|Weight||3.3 kg||2.9 kg||1.5 kg||2.5 kg||1.5 kg||2.7 kg||2.04 kg||1.5 kg||0.5 kg||1.38 kg|
|Suction Power||185 AW||145 AW||140 AW||150 AW||120 AW||-||100 AW||-||-||35 AW|
|Run Time||Up to 1 hour||Up to 1 Hour and 40 Minutes||1 Hour||1 Hour||60 Minutes||2 Hours||30 minutes||30 Minutes||21 Minutes||10 Minutes|
|Charging Time||4.5 hours||4 Hours||3.5 Hours||3.5 Hours||3-4 Hours||4- 5 Hours and 50 Minutes||3.5 hours||80 Minutes||3 Hours||About 4 Hours|
|Noise Level||-||71 dB||-||-||68 dB||-||-||-||-||85 dB|
|Warranty||2 years||2 Years||6 Months||2 Years||6 Months||1 Year||2 Years||1 Year||None||None|
No matter how powerful or expensive your vacuum is, if you don't properly take care and maintain it, it won't last long and your money will just be wasted. Follow these tips down below to make sure that your vacuum is always running on its optimal performance.
Keep your toilet, floor, and other surfaces dirt and germ-free!
A vacuum is definitely a home appliance that has made cleaning for us simpler. To further make it easier and more convenient for us, there are now wireless options we can go for. Just like any other device, it has its pros and cons.
Keep in mind that when choosing a wireless vacuum to always check the battery - its run time and charging time, suction power, and weight. Additionally, you may want opt for a quiet vacuum to avoid disturbing your neighbors and less stress for you.
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