EH52ARH said:Bought one of these, https://www.amazon.co.uk/Duronic-Upright-Cleaner-Bagless-Handheld/dp/B01N2ICDAX/ref=pd_rhf_se_s_cr_simh_0_3/259-9161296-2279417?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B01N2ICDAX&pd_rd_r=7718bd8a-1267-4b63-bbf0-84aab7b4717c&pd_rd_w=AXZf6&pd_rd_wg=BqMXQ&pf_rd_p=cd656a79-125c-4ac8-931f-bdf9f90841fb&pf_rd_r=3KC2XYVN6BFHGPSXBHK6&psc=1&refRID=3KC2XYVN6BFHGPSXBHK6. Really great, too late for you now, but because it is so powerfull you need a small paint brush to clean the HEPA filter. We have two dogs that shed hair and this is so handy and light.
Woodentop said:They might be expensive, but the Dyson V series range take some beating.
Dyson are good. We are still on the original that came out years ago. Apart from a clutch and belts it has required no other parts. But their U.K. pricing for new ones is unbelievable. £249 for a cordless V7 Motörhead. $199 if you are in US. Think we will stick with the antique Dyson and the little Von Haus (et al) for a while longer. It may not be as efficient as the Dyson but some residual dust maintains our bodies immune resistance to bugs and allergies.Buckman said:Woodentop said:They might be expensive, but the Dyson V series range take some beating.
We had a cheapy from some company and thought it was brilliant. We then used a small Dyson and was totally amazed at how much the Dyson picked up although the cheapy had been used earlier in the day.
We found the mains power ones have better suction than battery powered modelsLooking for a small hand held vacuum cleaner to use in the caravan when on mains hook up. Anyone use one or any suggestions please.
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It does not contravene any Forum Rules and is purely informative, with the link to "best upright vacuum" giving what appears to be a balanced view, and the posters use of various units adds to the mix.
The post will remain as it appears to be a genuine response to the original question.
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I'm surprised at your stance.