Best household vacuum cleaners according to redditors

We found 1,212 Reddit comments discussing the best household vacuum cleaners. We ranked the 424 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Canister vacuum cleaners
Upright vacuum cleaners
Stick vacuums & electric brooms
Handheld vacuums
Wet & dry vacuums
Robotic vacuums
Central vacuum systems

Top Reddit comments about Household Vacuum Cleaners:

u/confused_boner · 39 pointsr/techsupportgore

The MetroVac is as loud as a vaccum

u/sdguero · 39 pointsr/pics

It only took one hit to make that window drop

Finally we got our own lift away

Where do you think we got this spotless floor you see todaaaay

u/IDontWantToArgueOK · 34 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Pro tip:

These are awesome. Works way better than a can of air and you only have to buy one. Also great for cleaning keyboards/remotes.

Shame the price keeps rising as these used to be half the price, but I still recommend it.

u/tallquasi · 31 pointsr/AskMen

Robot Vacuums. They're life changing. The cheap-ish $150-$200 models don't even perform significantly worse.

I recently bought this one, and while It's got some issues that prevent it from being a 5-star gadget, it's still pretty great. It fits under my couch and usually finds its way home, but it seems to be in a deep sleep when it's scheduled to start cleaning, so I have to trigger it manually. Most robovac reviews focus on the strength of any given vacuum, which is a factor, but less so than for an upright or canister because it runs every day. I think you can probably shop around and find a better deal on it if you order from China.

I'm still running a couple of Neato XV-21s as well, and really like it, powerful suction, a backlit screen and better scheduling than the one above. Neato robotics has excellent customer support, too. They replaced a battery on a refurbished, just-out-of-warranty XV-21 at no cost to me.

A few caveats: neither type handles rug fringe well, and corners stay dirty where neither robot can reach, and floor edges stay dirty with the XV-21, but that should be fixed in newer, more expensive models with rotary side brushes. They both tend to wind long hair around the beater brush and need to be manually cleaned. Still, they pay for themselves in man-hours saved from floor cleaning.

tl;dr: I'm apparently a robot vacuum enthusiast. Who knew?

u/itschism · 30 pointsr/IAmA

I bought this on amazon and it works great. It has a lot of suction, and also has a spinning brush. The only downsides I have noticed are that it's somewhat loud (mostly the sound of the suction, not the motor) and that it is a bit hard to clean since it's a canister vac.
Edit: it's also not cordless, like the reply above me is talking about. I believe there is a cordless model though.

u/Kopachris · 30 pointsr/homelab

I worked in a casino for six years, repairing slot machines for two of those. I know a thing or two about cleaning electronics that have been subjected to heavy tobacco smoke.

  1. Power it off, unplug it, ground the chassis. You'll probably want to do this in a garage or outside
  2. Go over it with a shop vac first, then an air compressor to get the hard-to-suck stuff. If you don't have an air compressor, I always used one of these at work and highly recommend them for cleaning your computers and servers. Be sure to get the fans really well--hold them with your finger to keep them from spinning real fast
  3. Pull everything out of it. Everything--power supply, hard drives, even the motherboard. Go over the components and the chassis and use the air compressor some more
  4. If it still needs more cleaning:
  • Medium-heavy degreaser to take out nicotine/tar and spilled drink stains on the metal chassis
  • Simple Green or other all-purpose cleaner diluted to medium strength according to the directions for plastic surfaces and the outside of covered components. Lint-free/microfiber cloth, you know the deal.
  • Circuit boards can be washed with regular soap and water, provided they're thoroughly dried before power is applied again. I always just used an air compressor and paper towels, but I've heard people say you can put them in your oven on its lowest temperature as long as you keep a close eye on them--they can warp if you're not careful. If you need to wash the motherboard, remove the CPU and heatsink. Rubbing alcohol and cotton swabs are good for removing thermal paste; you'll want to remove and replace it any time you separate the heatsink from the chip. <-- what being on 24/7 in a casino does
u/randomizeitpls · 28 pointsr/pcgaming
u/SirMildredPierce · 22 pointsr/Augusta

There are going to be a lot of recommendations from people to hire exterminators, but I would recommend getting the equipment and doing it yourself.

One of the issues is that most exterminators come around once a month, but the life cycle of most roaches is half that, so even if you catch one wave of them, the eggs they are carrying are unaffected and will hatch, grow up, and reproduce within a couple of weeks.

There are basically three things you need to get:

Get some Fipronil Gel: Super cheap online, and 10 times more powerful than what you can get at the local store. This is what the pros use. Put this in places like under cabinets in the kitchen, near water sources, etc. Roaches like to rest in warm places. Anyplace in the apartment that is warm is a likely base for the roaches. This might be lighting fixtures, around the hot water pipes. Worst of all they might be inside your electronics such as your television or computers. They also like tight spaces, spaces they can just barely get into. Loose papers, inside the spines of hardcover books, the spaces between a shelf and the wall, places like that. Look for the roach shit, that's always a sure way to recognize where they have been hanging out.

The Fipronil on it's own is a cheap solution, but it's not the best. To really go to war you have to invest in a good sprayer: You can go for a cheaper one, but I would suggest it's worth the investment. If you solve the problem in the long run, you can easily resell it and recoup most of the cost, though I recommend holding on to it. Remember to let the pressure out when you are done with it, you don't want to ruin the rubber seals on it.

Fill it with Acephate Insecticide: and spray down the apartment twice a month.

I would also recommend a powerful plugin handheld vacuum such as this: It's powerful enough that it eviscerates the roaches as they get sucked up. A battery operated vacuum is weak enough that they don't die and they just crawl back out.

Lastly, you have to develop the discipline to starve them. They wouldn't be growing in number if they didn't have something to eat. You have to clean *every day*. Everytime you use a dish, immediately wash it after you are done with it. Open up a can of spaghettios? Wash the can out before you throw it away. Only have one trash can in the apartment and put Fipronil in it and keep an eye on it. Don't wait for the bag to be full before you empty it out. Don't leave loose papers around, throw away junk mail immediately. Got a leaky faucet? Get it fixed. Turn off your electronics and unplug them if you aren't using them. Don't leave lights on longer than you need to.

This is *your* war, you have to win it on your own. If you wait around for the apartment manager, or an exterminator to win it for you, you'll be waiting a long time. Why pay someone else to do it when you can use the same exact products they use, and do it yourself.

u/ColeSloth · 22 pointsr/IAmA

I've owned this one for 10 years now and it still works great. I use a regular vacuum to clean this ones filter off and maybe once a year I wash the filter in dish soap and water.

u/Byeuji · 18 pointsr/shittyrobots

Our hand maid, Mei, sometimes closes the door to the bathroom while cleaning and gets stuck in there.

I get home and hear her yelling in Chinese from across the house and have to help her get out. Meanwhile, my cat is outside the bathroom, gloating.

u/scandii · 17 pointsr/Android

gen 2 has mopping too, but also costs $200 more.

seriously the best robot vaccum on the market today considering the vaccums it is compared to and slightly underperforms against costs three times more.

u/bxtk · 16 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Your better bet would be to go to /r/vacuumcleaners. That being said, their stock recommendation for a good starter vacuum in the $100 range seems to be the Hoover Tempo, currently almost exactly $100 on amazon (though a few days ago it was $84):

If you go to /r/vacuumcleaners, be prepared to tell them if you have carpet, how thick, if you own pets or smoke, the area of your home, and if you prefer cyclone or bag and canister, handheld, or upright.

u/MoogleMan3 · 16 pointsr/buildapcsales

Not a bad deal, but personally I'd put the money towards a metro datavac.

u/msscahlett · 14 pointsr/povertyfinance

I bought a Shark on sale about four years ago. It is bagless and came with a stair attachment. It’s really sweet because it comes apart in all different ways so you can push it like regular, you can make it like where the suction part is on a long pole (I don’t know how to describe it), it has various attachments. You can hand wash all the filters so you don’t need to keep buying them, and there’s a ring that allows you to adjust the suction. It works as well now as it did the day I bought it. Highly recommend.
Shark Navigator Lift-Away Professional NV356E

u/lurkerpie · 12 pointsr/techsupport

Don't vacuum out a computer. There is such a high risk of damaging components. All it takes is for the vacuum to create static and hit one of the components and your computer now has issues.

Use a duster, canned air or something meant for cleaning the inside of a computer. You also don't want something that has extreme high pressure too close to components.

You could even damage components by touching a sensitive spot while the part is in your hands, outside of the case and not turned on. You would likely not feel anything either. The threshold to damage components is significantly lower than the threshold where you will feel the shock.

I personally use this beautiful thing on my computer to clean it out. I've never purchased a can of air ever since.

u/blenz09 · 11 pointsr/HomeImprovement

Don't know if there are better out there, but I've been really happy with my Shark Navigator for the last 3-4 years.

u/Panda_Bowl · 10 pointsr/buildapc

Data Vac is just a brand name (or model, or something) of a handheld air compressor designed/marketed to PC air dusting.

u/StargateGuy · 10 pointsr/PS4

> Maybe a link? I searched amazon eduster and nothing comes up.

This is the exact model I have, but its been superceded by a new model.

The cheapest one I see on Amazon is the EasyGo CompuCleaner that Worstguy656 linked already.

I haven't but canned air in the better part of a decade.

u/ossej · 10 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Vacuum from the "Highest Priority" wishlist, for exactly $75!

u/thisisntarjay · 10 pointsr/aww

Speaking of, I've had really good luck with one vacuum. Thing is an absolute beast.

u/Radagastsbrowneye · 10 pointsr/HomeImprovement

I bought this one. I have collies that shed and I’ve been running it every other day and immediately cleaning it out, been working out great.

u/middlefingur · 9 pointsr/videos

I got the Eureka 3670G Mighty Mite Canister Vacuum from Amazon because of your recommendation. It's absolutely fantastic!

No need to lug the full size vacuum all over the house.

Keep up the great work! And your video was excellent!

u/[deleted] · 9 pointsr/AskMen

It's really easy to keep your place clean if you clean 20-30mins a day. Keep a list of tasks to do every day for a month and stick to it.

The above link is amazing. I follow it and am able to clean my whole place easily. Deep cleaning is easy for me as I follow a schedule.

Finally, buy a good vacuum. My condo has only tile/vinyl/hardwood floors.

Thanks to /u/touchmyfuckingcoffee, I bought a Eureka Mighty Mite. The vacuum is amazing. I'm able to vacuum my whole condo properly in 20 mins now.

Buy a good steam mop. The Shark Steam Mop is a good model. You can get them for ~ $50. I steam my tile/hardwood surfaces once a week and steam my walls once every few months.

If you have pets, comb them every day with a steel comb. I have a Furminator. This cuts down shedding everywhere to nothing.

Finally, buy a good HEPA airfilter. The Honeywell 50250 is a good model. My condo gets dusty easily, and then I have to dust everywhere. It sucks. The airfilter gets rid of this for me.

Oh, and buy a slowcooker and prepare frozen meals (breakfast burritos, etc). You will save a lot of money.

u/acr_vp · 9 pointsr/cars

This thing + built in 110v outlet... Bam, 4k upgrade to touring elite status.

u/Le085 · 9 pointsr/msp

I use this every time. But you MUST turn off any electronic device you want to blow dust out of it, it's powerful.

If they are so concern about time, I'd do it at after hours and charge different rate.

u/partisan98 · 9 pointsr/HomeImprovement

The biggest home convenience thing i have ever bought is a robot vacuum cleaner. I have an ECOVACS DEEBOT N79S and a 500 model and they are both fucking fantastic.

The one i linked is $200 but you can usually find a 20% coupon every few months. It is set and forget you plug it in, schedule a cleaning time on your phone and it vacuums while you are at work. My parents in their 60s have my N79s nowadays since the remote has a lot more function and they love it. It can fit under the couch and bed so they dont have to worry about moving stuff to vacuum and it runs automatically so they dont need to touch anything unless they want it to run on a non scheduled day. After about a year i only had to thing jam up 2 times both times to plastic bags i left on the floor.

Both the N79s and 500 model have App controls so you can turn it on when you at work if you left a mess when you were leaving or if you just want to come home to a clean house.

Tip for when you connect it to your phone, it will only work on 2.4Ghz wifi during setup so walk to the edge of your wifi range to drop your phone into 2.4. The rest of the time it responds fine to a 5Ghz its just the setup where it sucks.

u/liesthroughhisteeth · 8 pointsr/computers

Just getting it up off the floor can help a lot. There are also these.

u/ConradBHart42 · 8 pointsr/buildapcsales

I have this model and it works well. You can usually find them on sale for $40-$50 if you're not in a hurry to buy. As the amazon page states, they're more economical because it's a one-time purchase and then pennies of electricity over the lifetime of it. It is greener though because it doesn't create a waste product and presumable obviates the demand for several cans of duster in the future.

The biggest downside is that these things are loud as fuck. If you want to be super cautious, some foam earplugs are in order. Regular headphones are probably sufficient. Most people would use them without anything covering their ears and be just fine anyway.

u/iswearitsreallyme · 8 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

It’s a Xiaomi Mi robot vacuum (you may be able to find it for a better price not on Amazon... I think my boyfriend got it for <$300 on some tech deals website).

u/littlestray · 7 pointsr/relationships

>She gets cat hair on his pillow

Oh man, if only humans had developed technology to cope with that beyond "discard our beloved pet!"

The rest of that is so gross. Makes me think of the type of personality that whines and throws a tantrum when sex is turned down. And people who boast that a dog's love is unconditional because they can't figure out how to earn trust or affection.

u/CaptainCoral · 7 pointsr/dogs

This pet hair eraser hand vac. It is amazing. It works so well, and pet hair is loosened by the rubber grips in the end, so it even pulls out pet hair that's threaded into blankets and the backseat. Worth every penny, especially since we have to vacuum our bedding every day when our dog is blowing her coat, and pretty much every few days during the rest of the year, haha.

u/SenTedStevens · 7 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I don't know what the hell you're doing to kill a vacuum in under a year. I bought cheap ass $30 dirt devils that lasted longer than my leases. A year ago, I bought this on sale for less than $100. It works great.

u/sigkircheis · 7 pointsr/amazon

Most items Amazon sells will be shipped in a box or envelope with shipping address and obvious it is from Amazon, but it won't indicate the content.

A few larger items are exceptions and will be shipped in the manufacture's original box, making it obvious what's inside; e.g. if you look at this vacuum cleaner you'll see it says, "This item's packaging will indicate what is inside. To cover it, select Ship in Amazon box on the checkout page. "

u/timsy321 · 7 pointsr/homeautomation

The iLife A4 is by far the best bang for the buck. I have two for less than the price of others l, and it works fantastic. Most of my friends and family now own the same model after witnessing mine perform. Random pattern clean, but it rarely struggles to get back to base and has a max clean mode that is not loud at all - with great suction. We have pets, and this thing is always full of small hair particles. It generally goes over the same spot numerous times, which results in a deeper clean.

ILIFE A4 Robot Vacuum Cleaner, Titanium Gray

u/JackleBee · 6 pointsr/ChiList
u/DNAtaurine · 6 pointsr/videos

Usually just sweeping everyday. However, we're going to pick up an Eyevac like you see in barber shops and I think that will help streamline the process.

u/Thecatcountess · 6 pointsr/blogsnark

I’ve been there! Here are my ideas:

Maybe a glowing led dog collar or a reflective dog vest for night walking? A dog raincoat is nice to have in the rainy months.

Pet beds always seem to need replacing.

I know you said she has a good vacuum, but one year I bought my parents a roomba for pet hair. I also bought them an eye vac because they sweep their kitchen so frequently and I thought it might save them from having to bend over so often.

You could buy ornaments with their names on them or pictures if she doesn’t already have them. You could also consider having pet portraits made by an Etsy artist or from r/artstore & r/hungryartists .

I’ve purchased catnip bubbles after seeing many internet cats enjoying them. However, my old tortie was NOT impressed. She prefers an actual plant that she can murder. You could grab a few plants. Heated cat houses are also a thing.

When all else fails, animal lovers generally seem to appreciate donations in their honor to animal welfare charities. Good luck!

u/Serialtoon · 6 pointsr/playstation

Buy yourself a DataVac I got mine a few years back, when they were $30-35. No sure why the price is so damn high on these now but they are invaluable if you have tech and need to clean it out without buying a ton of compressed air cans.

u/MrRockyboxer · 6 pointsr/LifeProTips

Don't waste your money on those air cans. They can get expensive if you keep buying them, and you'll have to let them cool down, because they get cold, and start to lose pressure over time of use.

Get one of these. I have one, and it's amazing. It does a better job dusting your PC, and it doesn't get cold, or lose pressure from long use. Not to mention, it'll be cheaper in the long run. Also, it's environmentally friendlier than those cans too.

Just a warning, it'll be loud, but it's very powerful.

u/thatguydrinksbeer · 6 pointsr/BuyItForLife

We buy cheap vacuum cleaners, including the Shark, and destroy them. We bought this Hoover @2 years ago and couldn't be happier. FWIW - we have a cat and dog and our carpet is thin.

u/tehRandomAccount · 6 pointsr/PrimeDay2016

I'm also wondering this.

  • It's a bit suspicious given that this model can't be bought anywhere other than amazon.

  • This model only has 10 reviews. It's almost like it was just added to amazon for this sale. The 650 has over 2000 reviews.

  • The thetracktor page for the 614 has very little fluctuation in price, which is a bit suspicious imo. The thetracktor page for the 650 has a lot more regular price movment.

    I'd say that although it's a reasonable deal for a Roomba, I don't think it's as good a deal as they'd like us to believe.

    edit: According to the the Amazon page, the only difference between the 614 and 650 is the scheduling feature. I'd say it's a pretty decent deal. I may end up going for it.
u/darkpurple_ · 6 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

So I have a crap ton of items spread around several different lists, so there are practically infinite combinations to add up to $75. I am so excited just to have been able to participate - anything is amazing!! Some possible ideas:

  1. Vacuum $75 exactly

  2. $74.87 total

  1. $74.91 total

  1. $74.64 total

u/Grygon · 6 pointsr/privacy

A quick google shows that it's on Amazon.

u/ruffyreborn · 5 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Just looking, [I'd go with this.] (

If you can, stay away from any vacuum that uses a battery. I have had absolutely no luck with battery vacuums (or hair clippers/trimmers.) The batteries always begin to lose charge and just can't keep a charge longer than a few minutes.

That linked vacuum has a detachable hose to get into tight spaces. Yeah, a cord is inconvenient, but a corded vacuum (or clippers) have never failed me.

u/Shock4ndAwe · 5 pointsr/pcgaming

If you're referring to this it's fine. If not, I wouldn't risk it. These electronic dusters are designed for the purpose they fulfill.

u/VZ_Tinman · 5 pointsr/buildapc

I have been using this for a while. It is a pretty great device, a lot of the attachments make cleaning my pc a breeze.

I just don't think it would be worth it though if I ONLY used it for computer dusting. I keep it in the garage and get tons of use out of it for woodworking and cleaning car parts.

If you are only going to use it for computer cleaning. Just stick to compressed air. It would take years to pay you back. And by then it might be out of warranty and broken.

u/GoldryBluszco · 5 pointsr/WTF

yes indeed, a "datavac electric duster" (first stage of most repair jobs done in my dusty emporium)

u/nowak1981 · 5 pointsr/gpumining
u/pieandtacos · 5 pointsr/VacuumCleaners

I bought the Shark Navigator Lift-Away Vacuum NV352 about 6 months ago and it's been working really well. I have a cat with long hair in my small apartment and this picks up all the hair without clogging or losing suction. I think it specifically mentions preventing allergies on its filter although that's not something I really care about. I bought it at Bed, Bath & Beyond with one of those 20% off coupons so I only ended up paying something like $140 which was significantly cheaper than most of the other vacuums I looked at. It has good reviews on amazon too.

u/prowlingthrawl · 5 pointsr/funny
u/IPL4YFORKEEPS · 4 pointsr/VacuumCleaners

Your current machine will really struggle on carpet because it doesn't have a brush roll and is something like 2 amps total. If you want to stay cheap I would go with a tempo I also think the carpet pro cpu250 is a solid little machine but is nearly double the price of the Tempo.

u/jwallwalrus26 · 4 pointsr/shiba

I've registered for the Dyson vacuum for this very reason. My parents own it and have 5 long haired cats and hardwood floors, and it has done wonders on hardwood and their furniture. I have friends with cats/dogs who have carpet and also swear by the investment.

The dyson vacuum will take care of all your needs and has so many attachments that do incredibly well. The one I've registered for is so much cheaper on Amazon as well (but it is still spendier than most vacuums):

For my upholstry (for now since our current vacuum isn't good) I actually bought this little vacuum and it does incredibly well for both my shiba and kai on both my leather and upholstered couches:

Bathing your shiba during shedding season will help with loosening the hairs and make grooming easier.

I also suggest the following brushes that have done wonders for my dogs and have helped keep our apartment clean during shedding seasons.

Kong Zoom Groom - great for top coat shedding predominantly, but does get undercoat as well, just not as well.

Furminantor - Great to get rid of undercoat or loosening it up. Some people say it damages the top coat, I personally have never noticed, but don't overuse it because I do think it can cause balding, but overbrushing in general can cause balding.

Double teeth Undercoat Rake: MASTER at pulling out undercoat without any damage to top coat.

Deshedding tool: This is also a magical tool to getting rid of the undercoat. I sometimes think it works the best of all the mentioned ones for undercoat at least for Kiba, Taro's fur seems to respond better to the furminantor, while Kiba doesn't release as much from that.

u/Mattsoup · 4 pointsr/WTF

Thays just what it's called, and this isn't an enclosed area, it's a well ventilated garage with the doors open at both ends and a stiff breeze blowing through

Amazon link

u/moses2357 · 4 pointsr/pcgaming

An electric leaf blower more expensive around $30 but will last longer than cans of air. I see people recommend the DataVac Electric Duster but it's more expensive at around $60.

u/Iluvmykids · 4 pointsr/SantasLittleHelpers

Our vacuum broke. I have one on my amazon list for $14. Could really use this with two kids and two dogs running around been having to sweep the carpets not fun!

u/mizzannthrope · 4 pointsr/CleaningTips

use this for wiping off the walls, ceiling.

use this or this for floors

use this for keeping hair from blowing around.

what sort of baked items will you be selling? i think that's really awesome. may i ask what country you are in and what sort of regulations you will need to follow? good luck :)

u/meaning_please · 4 pointsr/IAmA

Haha, that's an awesome response. You know vacuums so well that you know when someone doesn't need one!

FYI, here's the $20 stick vacuum / plug-in dust buster that I use.

For just tile and wood, it works much better than just a Swiffer. No agitating brush. Couldn't find data on its inches or kPA.

u/trufus_for_youfus · 4 pointsr/antiMLM

I bought a Dyson (dont remember the model) in 2008. It beat the shit out of every $70-$200 vaccuum I had ever owned. I used to feel the exact same way as you. $600.00 for a vaccuum is a lot, so divide by the cheaper machines dollar amount and replace every so many years.

It isnt't just in the durability it has to do with the cleaning power and effectiveness and effort. I lost the Dyson in a divorce and currently have a Shark Navigator Professional. They run around $180-$200 online depending on the site and the time.

I have had it since around 2015 and it is 90% the vaccuum that the dyson is at around 1/3 the price. Highly recommended.

u/smellslikegelfling · 4 pointsr/funny

Check out the Shark Navigator on Amazon. It has about the same cleaning power as the Dyson for half the price. I bought one and it's great.

u/DiamondSmash · 4 pointsr/blogsnark

I have the older model of the Shark Navigator Professional (mine doesn't lift away so it was a little less expensive, too).

I like it because it's easy to clean and maintain, and does adjustable suction for rugs and upholstery. Love it.

Shark Navigator Lift-Away Professional NV356E

u/AngryWizard · 4 pointsr/StartledCats

Is this the one, for $400?

u/terpichor · 3 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes

Ok ladies: holy crap when that vacuum guy did those AMAs he recommended this beauty. I have a roomba too, but this thing actually makes vacuuming fun. The bags can hold a lot and it's nice to not deal with cleaning out the (expensive) bagless vacuum I used to use. This also sucks better. The cord is absurdly long, too, and it comes with all the attachments standard.

So. If you're in the market, I would HIGHLY recommend this. Cleaning hair out of vacuums is the worst.

u/surlier · 3 pointsr/Frugal

Alternately, I was in a similar scenario and bought this. Still useful and in good condition 3 years later.

u/daddydata · 3 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Eureka corded 71B. It's powerful and includes rotating brush head (can run with it off or on) and an extension hose and crevice tool. It might be a little heavier than most handheld vacuums. I was inordinately excited to receive this as a gift. 71B

u/day_kid_older_sister · 3 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

Yes!!!!!!! I'm not the original commenter but I came to say fur remover. Best $20 I've ever spent. I'm saving up for a eye-vac to use with this broom.

Forget swifters. This broom is the real deal

u/HighSpeedChase762 · 3 pointsr/HomeImprovement

Allow me to introduce the two of you to EyeVac

u/DeadPlasmaCell · 3 pointsr/Pets

We have a cattle dog/chihuahua mix who sheds quite a bit, I usually get a lint roller and go to town first then use a reg. vacuum with a brush attachment, but my father in-law sent us this for xmas and it works fantastic

u/TheMuffnMan · 3 pointsr/buildapc

Metra Air Duster from Amazon and you're done. $70 one time purchase and it's better than the canned air cleaners.

Metro Vacuum ED500P DataVac 500-Watt, .75-HP Electric Duster

u/back2thafold · 3 pointsr/pcmasterrace
u/CrossedZebra · 3 pointsr/techsupport

Get a proper ESD safe unit like a DataVac, seeing as you're going to be using it on customer machines.

It's a bit of an investment, but will probably pay for itself in the long run if you're using it for a business.

u/thatdudefromak · 3 pointsr/anchorage

Get a Data Vac and do it yourself and never buy canned air again.

u/laihipp · 3 pointsr/manga

softbrush electric vacuum cleaner, they make them for PC cases, they work well on shelves and tight/delicate spaces

this type of thing:

but the specific one I have is this:

u/chubbysumo · 3 pointsr/pcmasterrace

I would recommend, that instead of spending heinous amounts of money on terrible for you and the environment compressed gas canisters, get a blower, like this, or get a small air compressor and a blower attachment. no noxious gasses, and all dust gets blown away, over and over.

u/orb_king · 3 pointsr/synthesizers

When you're ready to get serious: Metro Vacuum ED500P DataVac 500-Watt, 0.75-HP Electric Duster

There's an attachment on this that's a brush. It's pretty amazing.

u/dan_arth · 3 pointsr/Coffee

I roast with a heat gun in a breadmaker. The breadmaker just stirs the beans while all the heat comes from the heat gun. It is very fun. Clean up kinda sucks, but that's life.

I'd say 5/10 of my roasts are amazing. Better than buying from local professional roasters. I recently got a delicious malted chocolate taste from a Burundi. Seriously yummy. I've gotten blueberry and raspberry from Ethiopians. Sweet and delicious coffee.

4/10 are decent. I'm drinking one right as I type, an Ethiopian, that is... interesting... it has a lime flavor. It's definitely dialed in, not sour or bitter. Not particularly sweet. It's good, but not great. It's about as interesting as what I could buy from a local roaster... a little less interesting/delicious though.

1/10 are disasters. Over or under-done, "off-flavored," just something went completely wrong. Sometimes they're still salvagable... I have a VERY dark-roasted bean that I put a couple in as a blend with other Central/South American non-fruity coffees for dessert drinks. I will probably just cold brew it in a couple weeks. Brewed on its own it is just way too dark for me. It's probably a French roast. I've also roasted one so lightly that it turned pale and never really cracked. Tasted like lipton tea. Had to just toss it.

Overall, I highly recommend heat gun method if you're into the idea at all. It's surprisingly easy and fun once you have your set-up.

PS- you need to make sure you have a cooling solution too. I use a datavac that I already had (

And I just put the beans in a colander, put a plate on top, and blow the heat off them.

Good luck!

u/Ghorheed · 3 pointsr/computers

Metro Vacuum ED500P DataVac 500-Watt, .75-HP Electric Duster

This is all you need. You won't regret it.

u/Grphx · 3 pointsr/buildapc

I went through my order history and cannot find it, so I looked on amazon and can't find it either which kinda worries me. I did find similar ones but they are listed as $60. I would pay that in a heartbeat for how well it works and how often I clean my PC.

Looks like this

u/Mr_Quackers · 3 pointsr/pcmasterrace

There is a risk for static and moisture. I recommend buying a specific electronic duster to be the safest.

u/Kasendou · 3 pointsr/PS4

Just don't turn the can upside down or at any extreme angle when you're spraying it and don't spray it into your PS4 when it's on and running. (Turn it off, unplug it from the wall for a few minutes).

Instead of compressed air, I just bought one of these which has already paid for itself in how much dusting I've done on my electronics.

*and since you're asking about this, some additional tips - you'll want to clean the outside first (with a soft/microfibre rag and q-tips for the inner edges) then maybe use a vaccuum cleaner w/ attachment to suck out any of the loose dust first.

u/ItsReallyRyRy · 3 pointsr/homelab

The DataVac was probably one the best purchases I've ever made. It's super powerful, I just used it last night to dust my equipment.

u/NikoMata · 3 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I have the hoover rewind t-series linked below. I've had it 5 years, and so far have only replaced one belt and one (washable) filter.

The thing snarfed up a mechanical pencil and I was able to get it out easily.

It's fairly cheap and reliable. Consumer reports rated it highly, especially compared to other non-$400 vacuums.

Edit: I somehow missed I was in bifl. I still love the vacuum, but I doubt it will last 20+ years. :)

u/caturdaynauplz · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Dis one

Loveeeee it!

u/AbsolutelyPink · 3 pointsr/breakingmom

I use a stick vac. It's light, handy, works great on hard floors and can be separated from the stick to use as a hand vac.

Alternatively, if you want to invest in a better unit

u/Aparty · 3 pointsr/Frugal

I have the Shark Navigator Lift Away and couldn't be happier. I use it on all my floors, from tile to shag carpet and low pile carpet, even in my car. I have 2 long haired cats who shed heavily and their kitty litter is, unfortunately, in a carpeted room. It picks up everything. When using on bare floor or low pile ou just run it once without the beater bar, then turn on the beater bar for the carpet to pick any hair it misses.

It doesn't have any belts to replace and the main filter is washable. It's not terribly noisy either and has a few different variations to assembly so you can use it in tight spaces, on stairs, etc.

My sister was borrowing her MIL's Dyson but decided to buy a Shark for herself because I raved about it so much. She said it picked things up the Dyson didn't. She has 2 cats, a lab and a husky.

My mother has a cocker spaniel and a rott/lab/shepherd mix and she bought one too.

We've all been really happy with it (over a year now). Did I mention it swivels?

u/cgimusic · 3 pointsr/pcmasterrace

But it's not even in a sale. The daily deals say "Deal of the Day" instead of "Price" like here and other on-sale items list a "With Deal" price and the price without the sale e.g. this.

u/omnomanom · 3 pointsr/PrimeDay2016

FYI I got the Roomba 650 yesterday from best buy by price matching this $270 one (which is from a new unknown Singapore seller with no feedback..)

u/jarnish · 3 pointsr/germanshepherds

Here's my list of "favorites" for my GSDs:

Chuck-It Balls. By far, the most durable balls I've found. They've got some "give", so they seem to enjoy chewing/chasing them more. Remember, once the ball can fit between their back teeth, it's time to upgrade to the larger size.

The Shark Vacuum is a beast. We've tried any number of vacuums over the years, this one falls into the "Not Stupidly Expensive and Totally Worth It" category. Getting a decent Undercoat Rake goes hand-in-hand with a good vacuum. Rake once a week (three times during shedding season), brush 1-3 times a week, you'll give your back a break no matter what vacuum you buy.

In terms of training treats, we really like the Red Barn Chicken and Liver Rolls. After a while, we use them exclusively for scent training, but it's an excellent (and not expensive!) treat for any kind of training. Cube small, you'll get a ton of mileage out of one roll.

Herm Sprenger Dog Collars make great training collars. Not everyone likes the idea of a pinch/prong collar, so if it's not your thing, look elsewhere. However, if you are planning on training with pinch, these are the best, bar none. We use the small size and just add links as our dog grows - it's almost impossible to injure them with the smaller prongs and they tend to respond better. Please learn how to use a pinch before using one of these extensively - they shouldn't be used for restraint and you should probably wait until 8+ months (a number of people I know even wait till 14+ months for any obedience aside from the "necessities") before doing a ton of training anyway.

I'll stay away from food recommendations as it seems to be such a controversial topic. I will say that there are a ton of good sites out there to research - first figuring out whether you're feeding raw, tube, or kibble and then what to do once you decide.

Last - look for a dog club in your area. I personally like the German Shepherd Dog Club of America - Working Dog Association, but there are a number of places like this. I can tell you irrefutably that my dogs' favorite day of the week is training day. Nothing like getting out there with other GSD lovers and doing some tracking/obedience/protection work.

Hope this helps! Good luck :)

u/crossmirage · 3 pointsr/houstonr4r

Would it make you feel better if I told you the truth?

edit: I already have a positive opinion of you based on your username. Reminds me of

u/PCBreakdown · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Vacuum - Exactly $75

u/the_fake_banksy · 3 pointsr/LifeProTips

Anyone have experience with the Bissell CleanView? It's cheap as shit and has 4.5/5 stars from over 980 reviews. I have a dog that sheds all over the carpet and my current vac ain't cuttin' it.

u/Lyd_Euh · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

[This one is cheap and has great reviews] ( His name is actually Harry. He likes to run around the house picking up all of the puppy hairs. He might even sing to you.

[Here is some weird] ( Harry Potter game. Idk. It looks pretty cool.

/u/hannfrank you a dirty, dirty bird 🐦🐦

u/_dubs · 3 pointsr/CFBOffTopic

How small? This is what I have and it works great even though I have two long haired cats:

u/JohnnyBrillcream · 3 pointsr/LifeProTips

This might be a bit odd but I recently picked up one of these, ILIFE A4.

I dreaded the every other week vacuuming/cleaning schedule. Since I got this thing I rarely need to vacuum anymore, just two small carpeted areas. I swear this thing finds dirt I never knew I had.

Side effect is it's reduced the amount of dust in the house so dusting isn't needed as often and it's actually motivated me to keep other areas clean since this little thing does all the heavy lifting. It also "polishes" the floor a bit so not only are they clean but have a nice shine to them.

It really only works on very low knit carpet and wood/tile floors. It will clean two of my four carpets and both tile and wood floors every time it runs, and I run it daily.

Note: Do some research if you decide to get one, they can be found for $160 to $170 USD.

As far as cooking, I'm there with you. I used to cook all the time I just don't have the motivation anymore. I started to make my own pizza dough and that has been a help as I'm constantly trying to make it better and come up with new topping ideas. I made a Jerk Chicken and Smoked Brisket one a few weekends ago at a friends party.

u/TomMelee · 3 pointsr/homeautomation

I bought mine from gearbest or something but heres an amazon link:

Xiaomi Mi Robot Vacuum with Precise Distance Sensor System Powerful Suction LDS Path Planning 5200mAh Battery for Hard-Floor N Low Thin Carpet, White

I guess its aka the robrock s50 or 60 so my bad but the price is way wrong. :)

Also mine is xiaomi branded. /shrug

u/Beard_of_Valor · 3 pointsr/VacuumCleaners

Jumbled mess excused. Reading comprehension I have, Hmm?

Probably meant a U1.

Riccar uprights, noted.

C2 Electro + good idea for uncertain future, check. I watched the video here, I gotta say it seems nice to be able to flick a switch to turn off the roller and switch to hard surfaces. The rugs come with and stay with the unit, so I have a weird need to go from surface to surface or sort of dart and squeeze...

C1 line isn't sealed (HEPA? Filtration?). What I'm hearing is "when the filtration of your bag fails, you will have nothing left in that department and your machine will spew out the particulates it's meant to capture, rather than kicking them around the inside for a bit longer until you change the bag like a decent human person".

The C1 is only $300 on Amazon ($350 for the Limited which I'm guessing has the extra attachments, which I'd spring for). Should I just make out like a bandit? At half the price, I don't think I'd mind buying another vacuum after I settle down more (geographically). What am I "missing out on" from the C2 Electro +? Just the seal? And the remedy is to be mindful of the bags?

The C2 can be had at nearly the same low price (hard wood version), but it doesn't say "electro +" which, I gather from my exhaustive and somewhat confusing delve into the vacuum world refers to the electrobrush, essential for getting dirt out of carpets with a cannister vacuum. Am I on the right track here? Don't skip the electrobrush, full stop?

I don't mind driving 80 minutes one way to buy a vacuum. I mind driving 80 minutes one way to evaluate vacuums and pulling the trigger under pressure and leaving confused and regretful. I was looking forward to driving To The City to look at higher quality vacuums but as I was getting navigation I noticed they're permanently closed. It's down to totally sketchballs shacks with no riccar, miele, or sebo at all. Electrolux, maybe.

C3 is bigger. Okay, I'm a giant 6'4" young man, and not worried about hauling around a little extra. You lost me at door vs pig tail and I really did search for images and pig tails and I can only guess you're referring to the power cord. I guess the C3 goes to the base and not the electrobrush attachment? Something like that?

All in all, I absolutely recognize and accept that I'm going to get what I pay for. I believe there will be drawbacks and removed attachments that make the $300-$350 range vacuums deal breakers. My sister loves her Dyson and I don't mean to dissuade her (and in fact I've used it and thought it was just fine, it's a higher tier model for pets and does the job in their small single story house). I could get a Dyson, but I feel like I would regret not getting a decent vacuum for the same reason you want a decent bed. It's not the most glamorous piece of your house, but dang if a good one doesn't pay dividends for your health and well-being and happiness. With that in mind, it sounds like a C-series is right for me. The C1 sounds like it's more of a cost savings and physically lighter model. The C2 sounds more like an all-rounder, and the C1 is King Kong Big Boy, same power and price point just bigger. Am I anywhere near the mark?

You've been very helpful already, thanks.

u/stizzleomnibus1 · 3 pointsr/VacuumCleaners

We tend to like bagged canister vacs. For what it's worth, a canister vac keeps its weight on the ground and just drags behind you. It's about the same weight if you have to carry it up stairs, but it's in two parts so it's way easier to carry.

Check this guy out.

It's got both a powered carpet head and a hardwood floor head included. It's corded which is way more powerful. It's bagged so you have to empty it far less often. The compact is also pretty light. And it's about $120 less than the dyson.

That said, the total package weight on Amazon is 3x as much. That includes multiple heads and accessories, so it doesn't weigh that much in practice. If you have stairs, this will definitely be harder to move up and down. That said, doing my stairs is the ONLY time I ever even lift my vacuum; it's meant to roll, so you never really have to pick it up unless you're storing it somewhere weird.

Hope that helps!

u/BreakfastBeerz · 2 pointsr/homeautomation

It was $139 with a flash sale on Sunday.... It was out of stock as of yesterday, but I just checked again and its available but for $149.... still a heck of a deal. I had every intention of getting the Shark Ion (no wifi, no Google Assistant support) which was being advertised for $199 on black Friday, but when this came up I couldn't pass.

u/mlevin7 · 2 pointsr/VacuumCleaners

For my 600 sq ft apartment, I ordered the Xiaomi Gen 1 vacuum for $250 new on eBay from overseas. It can be hard to find a seller pop up for that price and I also have a dog.

If you don't care about the laser mapping and advanced features, the Deebot N79S (around $220, smartphone control) or the new Eufy 11s (physical remote, normally $220 but on sale for $187 on Amazon) are very solid options. Eufy 11s does let you schedule with the remote but it's also slimmer and more powerful than the N79.

u/FSUalumni · 2 pointsr/CFBOffTopic

My fiancee and I went with this version of the self guided robot vacuum:


u/refugefirstmate · 2 pointsr/dogs

Aside from all the suggestions that have been made, two more: a robot vacuum and if you have hard floors, an electric mop.

I'm in TX. We have six dogs (mostly pits) who are indoor-outdoor at will. Their yard is half a fenced, wooded acre. From the beginning of October to the middle of January it rained torrents every other day. Onto clay that is well beyond absorbing more water. We're at the top of a hill and there are still ponds of water. And the amount of (thankfully, gray not red) clay six active dogs will bring into the house in a day....well, I think it topped out at about 2 cups. They'd come in with virtual platform shoes of clay on their feet. And the dust..OMG the dust. As fine as photocopier toner.

Especially as I'm what the Brits call "house proud" (and former OCD cleaner), I was about at my wits' end until I bought the two aforementioned gadgets. The deebot runs 4x a day, and I now only mop every 3-4 days.

It's like I got my house back. Now the dogs are nothing but fun for me.

Okay,the gadgets:

Note that the mop (which I got in cordless form, new on ebay for $125) is not a steam mop; instead, it squirts cleaner on the floor and then immediately vacuums it up, like a carpet cleaner does. Best thing since wi-fi, I swear.

You can also get velcro belly-bands for males who mark, and having raised a foster litter of pups, I strongly recommend Odoban. Only thing I know that actually gets the stink out of absolutely everything.

u/C_D_199 · 2 pointsr/homeautomation

I have the DEEBOT N79S and it works perfectly. I never have to sweep anymore unless I track in a whole lot of mud which is very rare. I also have 4 dogs and it takes care of the pet hair with ease. I did a ton of research before buying this one and it has turned out to be a great buy! They are usually $300 but I just looked and they are on sale on amazon for $230 right now. Here it is on Amazon.

u/hombre_lobo · 2 pointsr/LifeProTips

Best Vacuum for hardwood floors: Eureka 3670G Mighty Mite Canister Vacuum

u/the_lonely_road · 2 pointsr/Trucking

This is key. Be proactive instead of reactive to help keep the interior habitable. My truck is my home, I want it clean.

I also use a Eurika hand vac to help keep it clean.

u/SeanStock · 2 pointsr/RATS

I have made me buy this:

It's a sweet vacuum I now use all the damn time, for rats and cars. Sometimes I even spot clean their cage with the hose.

Edit: I work at Petco, I'll pass this along.

u/performancereviews · 2 pointsr/VacuumCleaners

The Lindhaus hf-6 has the longest hose right now . You can also get a hand vacuum for your stairs . Like this
Eureka Handheld Vacuum Cleaner, Hand Vac Corded, 71B

Sold this cheep thing for years without much problems despite it being cheap and disposable.

u/stonecats · 2 pointsr/aldi
or wait for anything 18v and Lithium goes on sale
aldi's sells useless plastic shit sticks as vacuums.

u/jabtastic · 2 pointsr/Rabbits

I have a Hoover Tempo. It's an ugly Mofo, but it's great at handling fur, poop, and hay. It's also survived quite a few stick fragments. I used to have a HEPA-filter bagless vac, but it clogged constantly.

I usually change the bag every 1-2 weeks depending on how bad the bunnies are. The bags for the Hoover are cheap online.

u/systemlord · 2 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Whats your opinion on this vaccum?

Hoover Tempo WidePath Bagged Upright Vacuum, U5140900

I am not an expert, but it seems to be the "civilian" version of what you find in every single office and hotel. I've had it for 5 years and it works wonderfully.

Just how much better would a $300 vacuum be? Sure, it may not be all shiny and space-age like the one you posted.. but for $80 I find it an amazing buy.

u/yoda133113 · 2 pointsr/news

When I was shopping for a vacuum 2 years ago, I looked at Consumer Reports. Their highest rating for vacuum quality was the Kirby, the second highest was this $75 (then $59) vacuum. It's still working just fine. If it dies tomorrow and I have to buy 15 in 30 years, I'll have spent far less than $1,600. I don't expect it to die tomorrow.

Oh, and mine is a tenth of the weight (I've had a Kirby in my house, a door-to-door salesman got my roommate to buy one until I convinced him to get his money back).

u/DeepWaterSpore2 · 2 pointsr/IWantToLearn

Eye-Vac EVPRO Professional Touchless Stationary Vacuum

Saw this at the hair salon I went to last week and decided I can no longer live without it for this exact reason.

u/Tallyhawk · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

We dust broom to this eye vac in the corner. Works great. Then Bona for wet mop.

Eye-Vac EVPRO Tuxedo Black Touchless Stationary Vacuum – 1400 Watts Professional Vacuum with HEPA Filtration, Bag-less Canister. Floor Care

u/quirkas · 2 pointsr/Pets
u/considerthelobsters · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I believe it was this one. It's new, so we've only used it a couple times, but he said it worked pretty effectively but the downside was it was a little slow.

u/spacemonkey86 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Here is a pet hair vacuum cleaner

How about a DVD of the movie Ray Bradbury's Something Wicked This Way Comes

/u/uss_Turtle and /u/wine-inacan your dirty birds who needs to be punished

edit: This is weird and I'm so sorry

u/kbrsuperstar · 2 pointsr/CleaningTips

Get the dog hair off BEFORE you steam clean it otherwise it's going to be a huge mess. I use this pet hair vacuum but if you don't have your own pets, this pet hair remover is cheap and people swear by it.

u/whatrosasaid · 2 pointsr/Wishlist

I need this. because I was an absolute idiot when I moved, and thought my Dirt Devil and Swiffer were too difficult to carry.

And I got a dog, post move, and it turns out that hair falls out. A lot! This pet hair eraser majig would salvage any/all fabric surfaces in my apartment. Many thanks, from Fannie and me :)

u/andgiveayeLL · 2 pointsr/dogs

I'm allergic to both dogs and cats and I have both. This list is more of the "nuclear options" just because of how severe my pet and dust allergies are, but even doing these things on a less extreme scale would probably help:

  1. HEPA filters for the air vents. Change them once per month

  2. I take Zyrtec daily (Costco has by far the best deal. You can buy it with a 5% upcharge if you aren't a member)

  3. In the spring when plants get added to the mix, I add another antihistamine (take Zyrtec in the morning and the second one at night). Usually it's allegra or claritin

  4. Brushing. Happens as near to daily as I can manage on my schedule

  5. Vacuuming. We have a Neato bot vac that runs daily, and we have the dyson pet hair (I actually don't love the Dyson. I think it's poorly built. If money were no object, I'd buy a Miele. If you have a rich family member, I'd throw a Miele on your registry and never look back).

  6. An air purifier. We use this in our bedroom because it's quiet and effective

  7. Bed linens and blankets get washed as often as possible (once a week minimum) because the cats share our bed and our dog loves the blanket I use on the couch. Pillowcases get changed every other night because my asshole cat thinks that is the best place to sleep

  8. If it's that bad, consider allergy shots. They are a huge PITA because of how often you have to go into the doctor to do them, but they work for some people

  9. Exposure/time will actually make a difference in the long run. My pet allergies were at their absolute worst when I was in college and didn't live with a pet. When I would come home and see my mom's cats, it was truly miserable. Now that I've got animals in my own home, it's better than it could be

  10. If you have your own home or are looking for one, hard surface floors are your best friend (wood, tile, concrete, etc). Carpet is awful for holding onto pet dander and hair. We don't own our own place yet, but when we do, the first change I'm making is getting rid of any carpet.

    Edit to add: On the topic of vacuuming, I'm getting this for Christmas and I'm hopeful that it will make vacuuming her spot on the couch easier than hauling the full sized vacuum up there
u/Taco_Fiasco · 2 pointsr/HomeDecorating

Awww! Show us the cat please! I have a dog that sheds like crazy too. This thing has worked wonderfully to quickly and easily de-fur my car and furniture:

u/smash28 · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

Seconding the Roomba suggestion. Between that and this cordless stick vac, we handle our 2 cats and 1 dog worth of hair on our hardwood floor.

u/vacuumsaregreat · 2 pointsr/VacuumCleaners

After owing one for a few years, I'd strongly recommend a Hoover Platinum LiNX. Although you lose out on the DC59's above floor cleaning ability, this machine comes in at about half the price, meaning that you could pick up some kind of battery powered hand vac for those purposes.

What kind of environment will the vacuum be used in?

u/nightreap3r · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

I think getting one of these is a better idea. They're stronger than compressed air and built like a tank. If you're not holding on to it tightly, it will kick itself out of your hand when you turn it on. I tell people who use it for the first time to make sure you have a hold of it before even plugging it in. It's got a long cable so most of the time thats not an issue, and it comes with a few attachments to make cleaning smaller things easier.

Also make sure you put your finger into your fans before hitting them with this thing because it will spin them up quick and spin them faster than they should be. It could destroy the fan or send an electrical current back into your board if you don't. Compressed air can even do that, but this things got some ass on it and will destroy them. I'd say is nearly on par with an air compressor.

u/JonathanSCE · 2 pointsr/computers

I bought an electric duster to save on disposable air cans. Also, don't have to stop every two minutes because the can is too cold or lost of pressure.

u/kolnan · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Air compressers contain moisture I thought? I always avoid using these and actually bought an electric blower to use to clean my pc... no risk of moisture and no depleting/polluting the earth with the canned air. ( usually you can find these cheaper too

u/DeeDoubs · 2 pointsr/hardware

Vacuum cleaners are supposed to be pretty bad for some reasons, but my mom used one when I was a kid and we never had any problems on that front. These days though, I use one of these:


They are a little pricy, but they do a good job and you won't have to deal with replacing canned air.


I'd also recommend a small brush for getting the fans.




Something like the toothbrush looking one will do good for cleaning fans off. Alternatively you can just use a cheap toothbrush.

u/RedditAccount2416 · 2 pointsr/Tools

How much are you looking to spend?

Metro makes a few products, Datavac. They are around $70- $100, but they aren't heated. I've got This Guy And it's pretty much a mini leaf-blower. Metal housing, not sure it would handle too many "drops", but it seems reasonably well built.

There are some car detailing products are also heated, like the Metro Master Blaster that produced a lot of heated air. Not as hot as like a heat gun, but they will definitely dry things.

u/Low_Pan · 2 pointsr/synthesizers
u/IAmMalfeasance · 2 pointsr/buildapc

If it helps, I've used the metro datavac and it works really well, may be worth looking in to.

u/britjh22 · 2 pointsr/Homebrewing

I use my Datavac that I already have from being a computer nerd, great for blowing out my immersion cooler and other lines, and it's nice and portable compared to most air compressors. That does the bulk of getting them dry.

u/SolidBladez · 2 pointsr/buildapc

Most will recommend using a canned air duster (like this). The only thing I hate about them is that they're inefficient for using over long periods of time and aren't cost effective. I'd recommend using a blow vac like this.

u/Romkslrqusz · 2 pointsr/techsupport

My favorite tool for the task is a DataVac - pretty much a high intensity blower. It’s stronger than canned air by a long shot, and even blasts of that extra ‘sticky’ dust. Kinda pricey though ($80 USD)

Dry Fiber + Friction = static so don’t use the wipes you were talking about. Anything you’re going to be rubbing against components should be lightly saturated in rubbing alcohol.

Canned air works alright, especially if you’ve only got a light amount of dust.

u/gehzumteufel · 2 pointsr/sysadmin
u/BL24L · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

I never had issues with compressed air.

I personally moved to a datavac about 4 years ago and have never looked back. They were $60 at the time but even at $70+ I think they're totally worth it. You can use the things for so much more then just blowing out your pc.



Cheaper alternative

Xpower Airrow

u/Hard_Celery · 2 pointsr/buildapc

Metro also offers products with antistatic options, but I've never been concerned, I don't think it's much of a real danger for PC's maybe if your dealing with extremely sensitive equipment. Otherwise I don't think the air is likely to carry a high enough charge if any at all of PC's.

As for air compressors I'd be more worried about moisture which can be solved by purging the air after every use or getting a filter.

u/admiral_derpness · 2 pointsr/synthesizers
u/TexasNiteowl · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

I bought one of these several years ago. Boy has it gone up in price!

u/PlNKERTON · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Nothing has worked better in my experience than this.

Cannot recommend it enough. I've dusted dozens of computers with it, even dusted out an old piano. The thing works like a champ. I can't go back to canned air.

u/ph3l0n · 2 pointsr/DIY
u/siegewolf · 2 pointsr/videos

Sorry I forgot to link it. It's a total beast. Sorry for the mobile link. To give you a idea of actually has kickback when I turn it on. People have said they use it to blow leaves off their deck. It's pretty awesome.

u/HAWAII_FIVE_O · 2 pointsr/todayilearned

That's 10,101 Hoover vacuums to protect you from a vacuum if you're too lazy to whip out your vacuum conversion chart.

u/XtotheY · 2 pointsr/funny

I have this guy:

I'm very very satisfied, had it for about a year.

u/katedogg · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

This is it. It's gone down in price quite a bit since I bought it, so if it's included in the Cyber Monday sales this year I'd jump on it, because it's basically already a steal. Although, because it's a bagless vacuum, things can get pretty dusty if you try to empty it out indoors, so don't get it if that bothers you. It also lacks useful dusting attachments, so if you want to dust something high up you'll need a friend to hoist the entire damn vacuum up beside you, and that sucker ain't light. Other than that, great vacuum. Good luck de-furring your floors!

u/JHulcher · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps
u/Thinker_Belle · 2 pointsr/curlyhair

We were gifted a Shark vacuum (this one) 2 years ago. It's great. It works just as well as when we got it. Lightweight, easy to clean, and gets the hair of two adult curlies and two dogs (one is a husky. we vacuum enough hair to make another husky on a weekly basis).

u/nkdeck07 · 2 pointsr/dogs

Yes, you need to take your son to an allergist, have them test for the dog allergy first and then if he still has it do a 6 month round of immunotherapy to get the allergy to essentially go away before doing this. I still have them to a mild extent but the amount mine has lessened is like night and day.

Allergies are weird, if it's a mild allergy then he may just adjust to the dog after a few weeks (I did with mine though I am still mildly allergic) but if the allergy is severe it can actually get much much worse with repeated exposure (like for instance my cat allergy eventually winding up with me turning into a full body hive due to just being on a floor in a house with a cat where the cat wasn't even allowed but this took 3-4 months of repeated low level exposure)

If you are intent on bringing a dog home there are quite a few things you can do to help

  • Commit to grooming the dog every single day. This makes it so the dander comes out on the brush not on your furniture and such.

  • Bathe every 2 weeks. This also significantly helps cut down on dander. You can also use a product like Allerpet or these little baby wipe things they make for dogs between baths that helps cut down on the dander as well. Ours gets a daily wipedown and it seems to help a lot.

  • Short haired vs long hair is a bit of an issue and it tends to be dog specific. Our dog is short haired but it's really hair (vs fur) and it's a single coat so she doesn't shed at all (or it's all coming out on the brush every day). My parents dog however it long hair which people say should be less allergenic but I am incredibly allergic to that furball. It's going to be dog specific, look for poodle type or wire haired and you will probably do better but it all does depend. A short haired, single coat dog that doesn't seem to be shedding when you get it may be your best bet as it makes for minimal yet effective groom (i.e. quick brush down with a soft brush every day) Look for hair that's more like 1/2 an inch vs something really short like a pit-mix or bulldog.

  • Don't let the dog into bedrooms, ideally don't even let them upstairs (getting a baby gate with a door in it, makes this process so much easier). Bedrooms need to be allergy free as it's essentially 8 hours a night of getting to "escape" the allergens.

  • On that note make sure your son showers before going to bed, this does more to help me then anything else since it gets the bedroom really dander free. I don't even leave my dander covered clothes in the bedroom, they sit outside in the hall. Also vaccum the bedroom once a week to remove any dander that has snuck in as well as changing the sheets every week. Getting a sealed mattress pad will help too.

  • Limit which pieces of furniture the dog can get on. Ours is only permitted on one couch and the couch is covered in a blanket that gets washed every 2-3 days to remove the dander.

  • Get a very good vaccum with a hepa filter on it. I have this one and it's excellent. Takes the pet hair right off the couch and is so powerful it will try and lift up area rugs, and the hardwood floor attachment is great for getting pet hair. Commit to vaccuming at least twice a week.

  • Try a few different allergy meds and talk to your doctor about which ones can be taken together safely. I take Allegra in the morning and Nasacort at night and between the two of them it works really well. I'd start on the Nasacort as soon as you can as it takes about 2 weeks to build up in your system and be effective but it's one of the better meds out there. Have your son try Zyrtec, it's the best one off prescription at the moment but unfortunately gives me dry mouth as a side effect. If your son doesn't have that side effect it's the best one out there. After that in order of effectiveness is allergra and then claratin. Talk to your doctor as your son may be able to take claratin and allergra simultaneously (one in the morning and one at night) which works better as it keeps him covered the whole day.

  • Wash the dogs bed frequently (ours gets washed every time the dog gets bathed) so that the dog doesn't re-get the dander on them when they lie down.

    Also just saw you are currently having a lab/collie mix at home. You may luck out with this as collies seem to have hair that doesn't trigger allergies (at least in me)
u/damsonplum · 2 pointsr/BuyItForLife
u/bbdoll · 2 pointsr/cats

the shark navigator has worked so well for us on every type of surface. i was pretty grossed out by how well it pulled stuff up lol. it's easy to empty and intuitive to operate, hands down the best vacuum i've ever had. it's a good price right now too, i paid $20 more.

u/false_parallax · 2 pointsr/weddingplanning

Things that pop into my head as, "obvious," (that isn't a stab! My obvious isn't your obvious, after all) if I were in your situation:

  • Plates, bowls, and serveware (like serving platters, etc)

  • Flatware (forks, knives, etc). Register for at least service for eight, even if you don't need it. Sometimes they can go missing or get damaged; it's good to have backups.

  • Good knives.

  • Pots and pans. Cast Iron will last forever when cared for properly, but sometimes the, "cared for properly," part isn't for everyone. I have a stainless set that is sturdy and awesome with a couple separate nonstick pieces. Get a multi-pot too.

  • Drinkware - basic tumblers/glasses for everyday use, mugs, plus any specialty stuff you desire such as wine glasses, champagne flutes, etc.

  • Bakeware: Cookie sheets (are not just for cookies!), a small and medium casserole dish, maybe some Pyrex. You have to check this stuff out to get a feel for what you'd like, but you'll definitely want something. Maybe cake and cupcake/muffin pans if you're into that.

  • Tools such as spatulas, measuring cups and spoons, whisks, tongs, rolling pin, ice cream or cookie scoop, can opener etc.

  • Other items kitchen items like mixing bowls, cutting boards, strainer/sieve, ice trays, lidded (think tupperware or rubbermaid or whatever) containers. If you like salads a lot, consider a salad spinner.

  • Kitchen appliances - a KitchenAid if you like to bake. A hand mixer for smaller jobs. A blender. A microwave.

  • Coffee maker of choice if you drink coffee - anything from french presses to fancy stuff is fair game. Add a coffee grinder if you get a french press. If you don't drink coffee, perhaps a nice kettle, electric kettle, or water cooler that also heats.

  • Dish towels.

  • A vacuum - I have this one from Shark and it is fantastic. Dysons are good, and Roombas are nifty, but I might hold off on that since you need so much other stuff for your house.

  • Depending on where you're registering, consider other cleaning supplies - a bucket, a broom and mop (or a Swiffer) and related supplies.

  • Towels (at least four), hand towels, washcloths.

  • Bed linens - sheets, for the love of god sheets. Jersey ones are glorious. Blankets. A comforter or duvet and duvet cover. Pillows.

    Not so obvious to me, but still needed:

  • A set of tools - doesn't have to be complex. You can pick a pre-assembled set or put a la carte pieces. If you do individual pieces, consider adding (at minimum): varying sizes of phillips and flat-head screwdrivers, various screws (just get a multipack), hammer, nails, level, measuring tape, tool box, box cutter, wrenches - honestly, I'm an airhead with this stuff. Not to fulfill stereotypes but I seriously would need to double-check with my husband to make a more-complete list because I'm drawing a blank. But it's a start.

  • Shower curtain/liner if you didn't register for a fancy ensemble.

  • Perhaps an over-the-toilet etagere (those shelf things).

  • A good, sturdy flashlight. Bonus points if it is rechargeable AND can take an external battery.

  • Candles - not necessarily ones that smell pretty, but ones you can use reliably during power outages.

  • A fire extinguisher. Make sure you get it checked periodically so you know you can still rely on it.

  • Hangers. Macy's sells my favorite but I think they're on Amazon too.

  • A grill, if you're into that.

  • Lawn and other outdoor tools - a lawnmower, rake, shovel, snow shovel.

  • Door mat for inside and outside.

  • A vase, if you think you might ever have flowers in the house. And just because you don't often have flowers doesn't mean you shouldn't get one. Unexpected flowers are awesome, not having a home for them sucks.

  • Board games - either for yourselves or to entertain company.

  • An iron and ironing board OR a steamer if you're like me and hate ironing.

  • Laundry hampers and mesh laundry bags.

  • Trash cans - kitchen, miscellaneous household, and outdoor. Recycling, too, if you plan to do recycling.

    I'll add more if I think of them!
u/bkthenewme32 · 2 pointsr/Pets

This one is fantastic for litter, that's almost all I use it for.

BLACK+DECKER CHV1410L 16V Cordless Lithium Hand Vacuum

u/foxbarrington · 2 pointsr/uberdrivers

I'd recommend making a checklist, something like:

  • Phone charger
  • Vacuum the seats and floors (love this guy)
  • Check/remove everything from all cupholders / seat backs / door pockets
  • Windex passenger windows
  • Clear out trunk (these are great )
  • Fill tank
u/alsoaperson · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

If you need to cover a larger section of floor, Amazon also sells gym style floor tiles. They're basically the same as the kid ones but a little thicker and without any pattern. They're usually cheaper too.

I also recommend that people add a small hand vac to their registries. I have this one and with a toddler it gets used several times a day (by both of us!).

u/scratchfury · 2 pointsr/Clemson

Don't live on the ground floor or lower! I can't remember every having bug problems when living on the 2nd floor or above.

These items help:

12 Dupont Advion Cockroach Bait Arenas

BLACK + DECKER CHV1410L 16V Cordless Lithium Hand Vac

u/NebraskaSkyline · 2 pointsr/blogsnark

Not sure if it's exactly what you mean, since I use dustbuster as a catchall term for hand vac and others may not ... but this thing hasn't done me wrong.

(Duh, I just realized dustbuster is literally in the product name so it prob is what you were referring to. Anyhow).

Its best feature is that it picks up kitty litter that doesn't then shake back out when you turn it off. My maintenance guys gunked mine up with drywall dust and it still rinsed clean and works like new. Charges quickly, sits and goes for long times without needing plugging in. I'm really pleased with it.

The only downside is that the slim head that slides out is a little touchy/either doesn't lock in place well or locks too well and is hard to slide, and the little whiskery bit for carpets is kind of eh. But it's a tough little bastard on cat hair and all the crap I spill in my kitchen constantly. Plus SoCal interstate dust through that comes in constantly through the windows. Thumbs up from me.

u/jedmondson182 · 2 pointsr/AirBnB

This one actually: Shark Rotator Professional Upright Corded Bagless Vacuum for Carpet and Hard Floor with Lift-Away Hand Vacuum and Anti-Allergy Seal (NV501), White with Red Chrome

u/TwoShirt · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

Two cats and dog (shepherd mix that sheds constantly). We use the Shark Rotator Professional. I’m not sure of the exact model number though. We’ve had it for about a year. No issues.

u/Novembergirl83 · 2 pointsr/CleaningTips

Got this 6 months ago and LOVE it. (Shark Rotator Pro)

u/THEoppositeOFyellow · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

Interesting! We have a Shark Rotator Professional Lift-Away Upright Vacuum. Think that might be the issue? I've always worried that vacuum was a bit harsh.

u/ButteryWarrior · 2 pointsr/IAmA

Alright. You said this is ongoing. I've read and read, but I'm still clueless. I have a budget of about $90 for a vacuum. I looked at Amazon, and I found this.
Am I wasting my money?

u/vllewella · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This vacuum is the one I have. I love it because it sucks! There are no bags to mess with. It has on board attachments and I love being able to use it to suck cob webs or get in the corners or even to clean crumbs off the sofa. The corn is also stored inside the vacuum so no tangles or cord to trip over. Just push a button and it automatically retracts.

u/Derparita · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  • I have this one. Works well for me and I have a long-haired cat and a husky plus a Bernese mountain dog that visits frequently. Sucks up all the hair.

  • Add me to your wishlist.

  • /u/ottiecat ur a dirty bird who needs to be punished. (Uhhhh. Wtf Ray)

  • I hate putting the dishes and laundry away 😭😭😭
u/TheO-ne-ders · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This is super cool! I don't sleep, so this will keep me entertained for a bit!

1.) Something that is grey.

Well, it's more silver-ish, but it'll do! (WL)

2.) Something reminiscent of rain.

Because the sound of the rain is so peaceful :)

3.) Something food related that is unusual.

I know, it is unusual! We will be using it for liquid sugar that we make, to make our homemade Starbucks green tea :) (WL)

4.) Something on your list that is for someone other than yourself. Tell me who it's for and why. (Yes, pets count!)

It's for my boyfriend, and for the aforementioned green teas we make :) I have one, and he's pretty jealous of it. Not to mention he spills so! (WL)

5.) A book I should read! I am an avid reader, so take your best shot and tell me why I need to read it!

It's called Jesus' Son. It is really...interesting to say the least, and I can guarantee not at all what you'd expect! (Unless you're expecting drugs, and the main character to be called Fuckhead!)

6.) An item that is less than a dollar, including shipping... that is not jewelry, nail polish, and or hair related!

Clever? Or wrong. Lol.

7.) Something related to cats. I love cats! (keep this SFW, you know who you are...)

Because who doesn't miss these guys?

8.) Something that is not useful, but so beautiful you must have it.

I mean...he's beautiful, so.... <3

9.) A movie everyone should watch at least once in their life. Why?

My username is a big hint to what this movie is! It's just so happy, and makes me laugh every time I watch it (and I've been watching it multiple times every year since it came out, and I was only 5!). It's just a genuinely happy, feel-good movie, with great music :)

10.) Something that would be useful when the zombies attack. Explain.

You know, for heat/fire when there's no electricity! (WL)

11.) Something that would have a profound impact on your life and help you to achieve your current goals.

It might not be the norm, but it's a gift card. Reason being instead of something specific, is with a gift card I can buy food through Amazon. Times have been a little tough around here, and we barely make it through the month money, and food wise. To know I had a little money to spend on groceries somewhere would be a major relief, and put both my boyfriend and I out of stress. I know it's not a "goal goal", but our happiness is a goal of mine, and it's been a little shakey as of late :/(WL)

12.) One of those pesky Add-On items.

Because ours is torn, oops! (WL)

13.) The most expensive thing on your list. Your dream item. Why?

A nice, damn vacuum. Our current one sucks (bad pun), and I am really picky about a clean carpet. It would just be really nice to have a nice one, and that'll last instead of having to buy a new one every so often. (WL)

14.) Something bigger than a bread box. EDIT A bread box is typically similar in size to a microwave.

Because it never occurred to me you could buy this on Amazon!

15.) Something smaller than a golf ball.

Individually, smaller than a golfball!

16.) Something that smells wonderful.

I love, love, loooooove this perfume. I've had samples, but never the whole bottle! (WL)

17.) A (SFW) toy.

Not a toy per say, but it's definitely fun, and entertaining for hours! (WL)

18.) Something that would be helpful for going back to school.

Pens! Believe it or not, these have always been my favorite, and despite the fact there's a bunch in a box, I always ended up with none! That's why people should have their own!

19.) Something related to your current obsession, whatever that may be.

Because I...I'm...I'm a woman possessed. Normally I'm obsessed with Sherlock but since it's not out yet, I'm catching up on Doctor Who, and I can't. Just can't stop. Been talking in a British accent on accident for days! I also freaking love hoodies so it's the best of both worlds. (WL)

20.) Something that is just so amazing and awe-inspiring that I simply must see it. Explain why it is so grand.

BECAUSE LOOK AT IT! Making tasty foods on it for the belly! (WL)

Hey, this was a lot of fun! Regardless of the outcome, thank you. Thoroughly enjoyed myself :)

EDIT: BONUS: Anything made in Oregon.

It's a whole gift set! It's like it knew! I actually added it to my WL. My favorite jam was taken off the shelves, so I'm always up for trying new ones :)

fear cuts deeper than swords

u/FrankensteinVi · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Hi there!!!

To be honest, my wife and I have been contemplating if we should get this one, because one of our friends has this and she showed us a demonstration. The main difference for me is that the suction strength is greater and the brush design accommodates animal hair. Though most vacuums accommodate all types of hair anyway. Basically my wife and I were impressed. We've agreed that if our current vacuum "expires" we'd get this one. I can vouch for our friend who showed us since she has 2 cats, and boy do they shed A LOT. Hope my recommendation helps! There are other pet vacuums out there that might perform better and the such, but I've observed them to be a bit on the pricier side.

Something fun that I could recommend you to put on your list, would have to be a 15$ dymo label manager :D cause who doesn't want their things organized?! XD if that's doesn't suit your fancy then get the films by studio ghibli :) they're just lovely.

/u/Aerys1 you've been a dirty bird as you need to be punished looool

Ironically the chore I hate the most is vacuuming :/ so noisy and it consumes a lot of electricity 😂😂 but it has to be done lol

u/LaymantheShaman · 2 pointsr/germanshepherds

This one! I have had it for 2 years, works great. Easy to clean. I take the whole canister apart every 6 months to clean out all of the hair that gets stuck in there. Has great suction, beater bar does a great job and stays clean. I would definitely recommend it.

Also, it is under $100

u/KittenTablecloth · 2 pointsr/OldSchoolCool

For Valentine's day I asked my boyfriend for a robot vacuum instead of flowers. I know last year he spent over $100 for one of those elaborate arrangements, and I was able to convince him that a robot vacuum would give me pleasure and happiness every day instead of flowers that will die in a week. I did a bunch of research and we got an ILIFE vacuum, which was only $180 on amazon. Totally affordable, you should look into it. An $800 name brand Roomba might be better if you have carpet, but this guy works wonders on hardwood. I am not a shill. Just a happy girl with a big, shedding dog and now constantly clean floors.

Edit: I bought the ILIFE A4. Just looked it up on Amazon to link it and there is apparently an updated version they just released called the A4S which is $220 but now you can buy the older model I have for only $120

u/smith1894 · 2 pointsr/homeautomation

Had a Xiaomi for a couple of years now, love it, never bumps into anything uses a precise pattern to clean.

u/ftendo · 2 pointsr/VacuumCleaners

Miele canisters are suppose to very good at controlling particulates. Though I don't have any personal experience with Miele Compact C2 Electro+ Canister Vacuum, it's apparently the Wirecutter's best pick for filtering allergen.
> Ultimately, some other vacuums match or nearly match the Miele models’ filtration, but we’re not aware of any that outperform it.

u/havingababy2018 · 2 pointsr/Mommit

We have a robot that picks up dog hair (on solid floors) pretty well. We didn't get a "name brand" so maybe that's why? We did a lot of research into ours specifically for pet hair. It's an Ecovacs if you're interested. My 1 year old is deathly afraid of our robot though.

u/justsayno2carbs · 1 pointr/IAmA

I'm considering buying the same vacuum. Is this the one you have? I have a small apartment (about 1,000 sq ft), one dog, and no carpets. Would this vacuum be ideal for daily use? My husband thinks I'm crazy but I vacuum every day. And my current vacuum is falling apart, I need a new one soon.

u/ccampo · 1 pointr/GoodValue

Eureka Mighty Mite. Amazing vacuum for $60. I have it for my 2k Sq foot house and it has incredible suction and is easy to use. Always go bagged and stay away from bagless vacs.

u/aliendude5300 · 1 pointr/Android

Maybe. I can see how it would be nice to have for small spills like that, but especially with Dysons, where the price is much higher, I can't justify spending that much money on a machine that would only be good for tiny spills and short cleaning. I think something like this Eureka MightyMite (< $70) is much better for that kind of spill, and way more value for your money. Especially since the Dysons are almost always $200+

u/rawdikrik · 1 pointr/IAmA

I have a canister vacuum and a tiny apartment... and putting away the vacuum is such a hassle. Do you recommend any specific way to organize or store these kinds of vacuums? They just take up so much space.

I got the Mighty Mite on your recommendation from another AMA you did. Got it for pretty cheap with a ton of bags.

u/Bobodehclown · 1 pointr/parrots

You didn't specify if you need a full size or handheld, but I have a Eureka 71b hand vac and it's very powerful. Be warned it is very loud (and heavy for its size), but doesn't leave anything behind. Less than $40.

u/estherfm · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Annnnd here we go again (dear lord)

A is for A Whole New Mind
B is for Burglar - a movie starring Whoopi Goldberg, who knew?
C is for Candy starring Health Ledger
D is for Dandelion, a book
E is for Eureka vacuum
F is for Follow, a song.
G is for Gourmet cookbook
H is for The Hornet Electric Radio Control Buggy
I is for Invisible Ink Pen
J is for a Journal about Babies
K is for Kitty Cat Pet Dress Up and Care, an app
L is for Land Lakes Mini Moos Creamer
M is for Monty Python and the Holy Grail
N is for Nowhere To Go And All Day To Get There
O is for Opium for Women
P is for a Porcupine Puppet
Q is for Queasy Drops
R is for Roland MIDI Controller
S is for Spirit, a book
T is for Termidor, a Termiticide
U is for Ululu, a book
V is for The Vandal, a book
W is for The Wonky Donkey, a book too
X is for X., an ebook
Y is for Yolanda Griffith's basketball card
Z is for Zucchini, an ebook.

u/tv64738 · 1 pointr/GoRVing

We have a small corded vacuum which I picked based on an earlier version of

Handheld means crawling around, but we have a bunch of carpet so we need some kind of a vacuum, and we didn't want to store even a small upright vacuum.

u/Trouble-free · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

I've had this vacuum for 4 years and been very happy with it.

u/Shermdog444 · 1 pointr/Frugal

Hoover Tempo used to be $40 but now it looks like its $70 on amazon(
Is a standard upright bag vacuum. It has worked well for us. We vacuum like twice week due to our dogs and it gets the job done. Has good suction. Only complaint would be the cord is a little short.

u/KindergartenRedditor · 1 pointr/IAmA

If I only had $100 to buy a brand new vacuum, which should I get? For 75% Carpet and 25% Wood Floor. These are all bagged uprights.

Hoover Windtunnel (UH30310, UH30600, UH30300 - they all seem very similar)

Panasonic MC-UG223

Hoover Tempo WidePath, U5140900

u/justaway3 · 1 pointr/VacuumCleaners

Is this Hoover Tempo the vacuum you are recommending? Also, I read somewhere that bagged vacuums are better than bagless, is that still true today?

u/Riddis · 1 pointr/VacuumCleaners

What do you think about an Oreck? I'm hesitating over this one since I've had this one for a while and its hard to push on the carpet.

u/Wyvern_Kalyx · 1 pointr/bernesemountaindogs

We put this in a corner of the kitchen. It makes a daily sweeping with a light broom extremely easy. We also have a Dyson Animal, but it's heavy; although great for getting hair out of the car.

u/sunnypreposition · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. I have a pizza cutter similar to [this one] ( but the exact brand isn't on here because I bought it from a different site. It is by and far the best I've ever used. I went through quite a few trying to find one that cuts well :)

  2. I keep [this] ( with me at all times. It was a gift from a friend many moons ago. We were all amazed that he had bought it on because back then we thought amazon only sold books :D

  3. My favorite mobile app is [Pokemon Go!] (

  4. [This] ( "welcome" mat is amazing.

  5. [This] ( is my favorite piece of furniture. I bought it on super duper black friday clearance and I just love it. It's distressed and holds a lot of crap inside of it. It helps give the appearance of adulthood!

  6. I have a much cheaper version of [this] ( (also an off brand not bought on amazon) and it's really awesome. It has a setting that senses when you sweep stuff to it and just sucks it up. My room mate is "floored" by it and loves it almost as much as I do!

    shrdbrd you lazy bum, heres some cool stuff.
u/VictoryMatcha · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

Fellow pregnant mom (31 weeks) with a toddler (just turned 2) here. Don’t have any advice on the eating part but wanted to blow your mind with this amazing stationary vacuum you sweep things into. It will seriously improve your life.

u/notacabaret · 1 pointr/randomactsofamazon

I just ordered this to be overnighted, supposed to be here today. You will need something similar. It has good reviews.

Good handheld pet vacuum

Also, my cats love this and it's really easy to get the hair from Kitty brush!

u/eZGjBw1Z · 1 pointr/aldi

Here's a link to the product in this week's ad for $24.99. It's currently $28.99 on Amazon. Here's Bissel's product page for the 33A1B.

u/sunshinenfundip · 1 pointr/Wishlist

I just got a handheld vacuum for pet hair once I get around to using it, I'll let you know how it works, if you'd like.

u/abby89 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Lots of people don't know this, but Australia and Austria are actually related. Australia just has more guys named "Al," so that's where the extra letters came from. Austria doesn't like admitting that Australia is its long-lost relative, because... well... Australia is often drunk.

The more you know!

(I need a hug.)

u/SonVoltMMA · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

Fuck that noise. This thing all day, err day. It was created by the hands of God herself.

u/arizona-lad · 1 pointr/HomeImprovement

For a cordless, the Hoover Linx is a solid performer:

u/rosyshalice · 1 pointr/VacuumCleaners

This vacuum
has been wonderful for my hardwood floors as well as the small area of carpeting I have. Hope this helps.

u/IrrationalHate · 1 pointr/IAmA

I'm looking to get a Hoover Linx Cordless Stick Vacuum for my workplace, as we have hardwood floors on one half and concrete on the other, and sweeping never really gets the place clean, no matter what my boss tells me.

Thoughts on it? I was mostly trying to stay away from a corded vacuum, if only because we don't have a lot of accessible outlets at work. But I'm open to being convinced otherwise.

u/Ezirv · 1 pointr/buildapc

Others have recommended this and it would work quite well, and you wouldn't have to worry about water in the tank of the compressor.

u/MisterNoisy · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

One of these is a good start. :)

u/realslizzard · 1 pointr/gpumining

I have dust filters on mine too but removed them: (scroll near the middle of album to see them)

I found the temps dropped 5C without the filters.

Instead I have been using this to clean the rigs

u/AddictedToAsianFood · 1 pointr/hardwareswap

I thought these were pretty well known in computer enthusiast forums..

Without accessories

With accessories

u/PandaCasserole · 1 pointr/lego

I'm trying to get one of Metro Vacuum ED500P DataVac 500-Watt, .75-HP Electric Duster ... Pretty good ratings, not wasteful like other options and you can use it on other stuff. Other than that it's pretty much clean 'em or put em in glass

u/joelski · 1 pointr/Coffee

Metro Vacuum ED500P DataVac 500-Watt, .75-HP Electric Duster

This is my favorite air blower. I now have 2 of them. Very powerful, heavy duty, muliple attachments, and great for lots of things. Easily pays for it's self if you were buying compressed air.

u/semperverus · 1 pointr/Amd

Having it open like that probably makes it way easier to clean. Also that "case" comes with a side panel.

u/raojason · 1 pointr/pcgaming
u/SerpentDrago · 1 pointr/computertechs

Metro Vacuum ED500P

Have one its amazing !

u/FrankReynolds · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Here you go. Worth every single penny.

u/kreaol · 1 pointr/sysadmin

I concur. I have one, and love it. Got mine on Amazon though:

What are you talking about, it getting warm? It doesn't get warm. This thing has BURNED me before. Still 10x better then canned air though, and more powerful.

u/SeafoodDuder · 1 pointr/buildapc

When you use compressed air, make sure your PC is off. Put your finger in your fan then shoot the air because you can wreck your fans by making them spin like crazy. Happened to me years ago.

If you don't want to keep buying compressed air, you can invest in a vacuum. This blows air like crazy, I bought one back when they were like $50-$60, works great but it's a little loud.

u/cletus-cassidy · 1 pointr/watercooling

Same as above except use this: Metro Vacuum ED500P DataVac...

Again not kidding.

u/RisenLazarus · 1 pointr/buildapcsales

Not sure why but this listing has a different picture for the label than other listings, like the amazon one here. But the other pictures are the same and the model looks the same. Can anyone confirm if there are different models and a reason not to get this one?

u/slykrysis · 1 pointr/gamecollecting

I usually blow them off with a Metro Datavac blower:

Then I use rubbing alcohol 70% for a clean, and 90% for a final wipe.

u/urbanbumfights · 1 pointr/TechnologyProTips

First thing I would do is scan for any viruses. Get Malwarebytes and use that as well.

If nothing comes up with those, I would open up your PC and clean the dust out. Preferably with a PC Vac. Something like this.

If none of that works, you'll might want to think about replacing hardware. Maybe getting a new HDD or switching to an SSD if you don't already have one.

u/InfiniteZr0 · 1 pointr/buildapc

Has anyone used those electric dusters, such as this?
I was wondering if they make the same kind of air pressure or better as canned air.

u/skizai_ · 1 pointr/buildapc

Instead of compressed air, I would purchase a powered blower. It's a lot more powerful and last a practically a lifetime.

u/21541215415 · 1 pointr/hardware

I clean the interior of my PC about every 2 months with a DataVac. As some people already posted, this can be found here.

Now, for your photo. Yes, crevices of peripherals can get very nasty. I am actually surprised someone didn't post this yet, but Super Clean High Tech Cleaning Compound is the bees knees. I use this stuff all the time.

What it is, is a slime like pliable substance that sticks to small particles. You can roll it over keyboards, mouses, in crevices, over fan grills, etc., and it will pull all the gunk out. I have quite a few packs of these in my desk.

Happy cleaning.

u/Wsntme · 1 pointr/DIY

this is an awesome device.. like canned air plus some, I bet it would work perfect for keeping this clean!
edit : forgot the link!

u/Honda_TypeR · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Friends don't let friends go without buying a DataVac Duster

I've had mine over 4 years now... best PC investment I have made in a long time.

All the advantages of compressed air without any freezing or residue. This thing works wonders on water cooling radiators and deep fins on heat sinks alike.

u/port53 · 1 pointr/DataHoarder
u/sekazi · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Get that nasty stuff away and get this instead.

u/ReeG · 1 pointr/pcgaming

I bought similar electric duster about a year ago called DataVac and it's so much better compared to compressed air cans that get cold and lose pressure the more you use them. The first time I used this thing dust was flying out places the compressed air could never get to. Works great on other stuff around the house too.

u/Haxan_K · 1 pointr/buildapc

i bought a metro vac from amazon years ago. got in on sale for around 45. it has paid off with cleaning 4 very dusty pc's every few months

u/chance1117 · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

Buy a little spray bottles like this. Then fill them half with rubbing alcohol and half distilled water. Then just use dust fee cloth. You can also buy a bunch of them give them away as gifts. Super easy and cheap!

I buy and sell some electronics. I have use this spray and never had any problems. That spray combined with this electronic duster and I'm set for life!

u/t0ny7 · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Dust is nothing really to worry about. You just need to clean it out every now and again. You can use something like this instead of buying those compressed air cans.

I use a pool pump. It might be as powerful as the one I linked but it does the job ok. I may pick up that duster at some point when I can afford too.

u/Kaffein · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I use a Metro Vacuum ED500P DataVac 500-Watt, .75-HP Electric Duster

u/Symplicified · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I would recommend just buying one of these.

u/itaveL · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I would recommend spending more, one time up front, and getting a snall blower instead of spending a bunch over your lifetime on compressed air.

This for example is great for cleaning PCs. I'm sure you can find cheaper alternatives elsewhere, but this is what I've used for years.

u/bcbear · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I've had one for a while now and it works wonders for keyboard, case, cats, small plant matter in the driveway, etc.

But seriously, it's great.

u/areyougame · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace
  1. Clean the room your PC is in, set up fans for positive air pressure (More intakes than exhausts), and use dust filters on those intakes.

  2. Use one of these bad boys.
u/Rinnosuke · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

personally I bought this a few years ago, open the case up and blow it out every couple of months. Though I really need to consider a modular powersupply since dust likes to hide behind the cords.

u/delerium23 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

i dont really think that Girlsplaywow is a jerk, but i could really use this vacuum.. the cat hair tumbleweeds are getting out of control! lol

u/Hoooooooar · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

I have $200 what vaccum should i get that cleans up dog hair the best? I currently have this one it works kinda well... I have a Husky so its an epic fuckton of dog hair every day. My buddy has a Kirby for example, and goes through a bag a week, and those are expensive.

u/lynxz · 1 pointr/videos

Subbed! Also, quick question.. IIRC you dislike hoover, yet amazon reviews and previous hoover owning experience led me to buying this. What is your personal opinion of it? I am trying to convince myself that it was a legit purchase, but I also have a very large (90 lb) black dog that literally spews hair all over my carpet on a daily basis. I find myself having to empty the canister every 3-4 minutes as it fills up fairly quickly with hair, which is annoying.

u/sexyspeakers · 1 pointr/Pets

I have this vacuum. It's a monster on carpeted floors. I inherited from the previous tenants, so buying it used won't be a big deal.

I second brushing cats with a slicker brush. I used a furminator but it wasn't getting a lot of hair from my short-haired cat.

Also, for lint rollers, get a lint brush! If you have a dollar tree around, they're only $1. It's reusable.

Good luck!! Having a bunch of pet hair float around is a total pain, but it can be managed :)

u/weaselgopher · 1 pointr/IAmA

I bought this about a year ago. It has already needed the motor replaced and the power button is starting to flake out. It has another year under warranty, but what should I be saving for in the meantime? I'm hoping to keep it under $200.

u/Rehd · 1 pointr/funny

I did a ridiculous amount of research on vacuum's. In short, if you want one and don't vacuum hard wood, buy this:

I have a Dyson 23... it's a piece of shit. The Hoover there, it's insane how amazing it is.

u/princessbubblegumm · 1 pointr/VacuumCleaners

Thank you! I think I'll go for the Dirt Devil Dynamite.

By the way, I was also looking at the Dirt Devil Simpli-Stik Lightweight Corded Bagless Stick Vacuum and the Bissell 3-in-1 Vacuum. They're both under $20, but I assume they're cheap and won't last a year right?

u/NitroCSGO · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I'd prefer this. More power efficiency + looks much better.

u/midgetcricket · 1 pointr/internetparents

We used to live out of suitcases (due to Mom's employment, not this, this sucks and I'm so sorry they're going through this)! Small portable game systems are a must for kids, I don't know if that's something that they made it out with, but they sure made our lives better. I would have killed for a Kindle, but even old systems from a second hand shop or a yard sale (sometimes you have to leave them behind anyway, it's hurts less if they weren't expensive) would probably be welcome. Phone cards, even just one a piece for emergencies, are incredibly helpful. We sometimes used blow up furniture, they don't often last long, but it's fun, it's portable, and it's yours. Decorative throws serve multiple purposes: as blankets, you can hang them for decor that helps the heating bill, and then you can wrap your stuff in them when you leave again. A camera, so that you can focus on new happy memories (not trying to encourage repression, but it really makes forgetting the bad parts easier later when you have concrete proof of the good ones). Stuff for a luxurious bath every now and then would be 'frivolous' enough for a gift, and it helps with the mental health, as well as technically being practical (everyone needs to be clean!).

> She also has no car

Is there any form of public transportation where they are? You could spring for a month's bus/tram/equivalent pass.

As for the organizing, there are the closets that hang, or the collapsible stand alone wardrobe. There's pop up storage bins, or this hoarder enabling abomination that I may be buying myself now. These things are like suitcases you never have to unpack.

I actually have this vacuum, it works awesome on hard floors and gets the job done on carpets if you keep at it, it's fairly quiet for a vacuum, and comes apart for getting hard to reach areas/fixing when you sucked up something it shouldn't have eaten. You could toss in a few small office/kitchen sized trashcans and liners to match, a lot of people can stay clean if they have arms reach access to a bin, but never think about buying extra bins.

You said that she has some cookware, but I'm going to add this here anyway. We always left behind the measuring spoons and cups, then wouldn't buy more until we absolutely had to. We often lived in hotels and lived off of whatever could be microwaved or grilled on the hibatchi (note, that was an example, don't spend more than $20 on one), and a good set of microwavable dishes makes a world of difference as to what you can make. Spices to dress up canned veggies are also indispensable and often out of budget, even if it's just some Mrs. Dash mixes, seasoning salt, garlic powder.

Lastly though, I want to commend you. You're an awesome friend. The world would be a better place with more of you. Knowing that someone out there has your back can mean everything when you have nothing. Good luck to your friend and her son, I hope your care package makes their day.

u/Elijahs-Wood · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I wish i could recommend the vacuum we own but it's sadly way too pricey. If you're interested in the type it's a miele canister vacuum, I highly recommend it because they work so well but it's quite pricey. I think the lowest price is $299.

For ones that aren't that high priced you might try out this handheld vacuum to quickly suck out any pet hair that may be on furniture.

If you're looking for a larger vacuum that is upright and a lift-away this one might be useful to you. It's lightweight and comes with pet tools.

If upright vacuums aren't you're thing you might like this canister vacuum. It's compact and appears to have an easy empty dirt tank so you might not need to buy vacuum bags which will save you some money.

You should add this adorable little HP pillow to your wishlist :D

u/levislegend · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I have this shark vacuum and I absolutely love it. It's light weight so it's easy to use on stairs, and is great at picking up pet hair! I have 2 cats and a dog myself.

you should add this to your wishlist, just cause I think it's funny

/u/joleneoflegend is a dirty bird who needs to be punished

The household chore I hate the most is doing laundry. I just can't stand it. IT NEVER ENDS!

u/xomandark · 1 pointr/BeautyAddiction

So I haven't heard of Miele or riccar, but we had to get a new vacuum last year and ended up with this one from Shark. We've been really happy with it and omg the amount of dirt we picked up the first time we used it made me appaled and what a piss poor job our old vacuum was doing. I also have steam cleaner recs if you happen to be looking for one of those too...last year was a bad year for our household goods lol.

u/aMinnesotaBro · 1 pointr/financialindependence

I'm in the market for a new vacuum and am leaning towards buying a cheaper one, but I really feel like I'm going to regret it. I'm just in an apartment now so it's not a big deal, but will hopefully be buying a house in a few years.

Any vacuum advice you'd be willing to give? I don't have much experience in it since I'm currently using the old vacuum from my parents house that is probably 15 years old.

u/capnjack78 · 1 pointr/AmazonTopRated

Just get a Shark. They're cheaper and every bit as good.

u/NotSuzyHomemaker · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I must have a new vacuum -or- gift cards towards it. I'm just so happy that I finally got hubby to see the light on the need for a new vacuum! My current vacuum is an actual professional model that weighs a metric crapton (not good for someone with back problems) and has one whopping attachment. One.

How I chose my screen name: I always joke "Suzy Homemaker I am not". And so there you go ... NotSuzyHomemaker.

And the irony of my screen name combined with the item I want the most =P

u/vaderisahottie · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I am anxiously excited to start the RAOA School of Mischief & Merriment. I do, however, feel that I am not quite prepared. I keep looking at the list of supplies needed. Perhaps you could assist me, that is if you don't mind.

I will most definitely need my book, that is if I want to keep track of all the spells and potions. That class will surely give me anxiety, lol.

I have heard that many suffer from Morthy-itis. Perhaps I should bring this so I can open a necessary adult beverage to pour into said container.

I have heard that the professors like us working like house-elves, so I should bring along this just in case.

For those cold nights, this will keep my head in the game.

They're good at getting their nose into trouble, maybe they can teach me a few things.

Oh, I cannot forget these. They will surely keep me hidden and invisible from any pesky bugs.

Answers may be out of order. I also stuck with things that were currently on my wishlist.

u/ultrafresh · 1 pointr/IAmA

Interesting that you say you don't recommend Shark. We got a Shark based on the fantastic reviews of the product on Amazon. Not that regular customers know better than you, but it's the #1 vacuum on Amazon and has 4.5 stars with over 800 reviews.

We absolutely love ours and have been recommending it to everyone.

u/Jordan_1424 · 1 pointr/husky

I have a navigator professional lift away. Here is a link to one on amazon.

Shark Navigator Lift-Away Professional NV356E

u/hammy-hams · 1 pointr/dogs

Is this the one you use?. I was slightly skeptical of the not so expensive price tag but it's been amazing - super strong suction, picks up everything with one pass, really easy to clean, easy to change attachments, pretty adjustable... Even though I have a husky/GSD mix (Read: I live in fur), I only vacuum once a week or so since I'm not so much of a clean freak and just wait until the color of the carpet changes, so I can't speak for how it would hold up if you're a vacuum every day kinda person, lol.

u/CptCervix · 1 pointr/Coffee

My mother bought my wife and I one of these from Black and Decker. I've been vacuuming grinds with it for a year, no problems. I've only gone as fine as a Bodum Bistro grinder can go though, so if you have something that goes much finer, perhaps it would jam this thing up.

u/vthokies96 · 1 pointr/VacuumCleaners

Thanks for the response.

Can you elaborate on how exactly cat litter damages a vacuum? We just bought a new Sebo vacuum that we're happy with, but since it was quite expensive, we're trying to find a separate machine to use for the litter.

The Whoosh looks nice, but event that's big. We're really looking for something like this:

Should we just assume that anything we buy would break down quickly due to the litter and just go with the cheapest option that would be powerful enough to suck up the litter?

u/septicidal · 1 pointr/InfertilityBabies

I use a long-handled Swiffer duster thingie (it traps dust instead of just moving it around and has an extendable handle so I can reach up high or down low (without bending over).

That being said, air filters will make a big difference at least with circulating dust if not pet hair. If you have central air/forced air heat (ducts) make sure there are good filters on the main unit and they are changed regularly. We have electric heat so this isn't an option for us, but since I have dust mite and pet dander allergies, I have a powerful HEPA air filter for the bedroom. For general cleaning, floors are vacuumed with a Dyson (which has lifetime HEPA filters) - including hardwood and tile, we never sweep just vacuum, since it seems faster and better gets all the cat fur (we have 3 cats). We have the Dyson Animal upright, which we got refurbished to save money. I also recently got a DustBuster with an extendable nozzle, which is great for getting dust/debris on surfaces and in between fully vacuuming the rooms. It doesn't have HEPA filters, but does have filters that seem to trap dust well. This is what I have:

u/ultragib · 1 pointr/AutoDetailing

It's not cordless, but it has a long power cord you plug into your car. I generally use a shop
Vac, but keep this in the back of my car for light cleaning.

Small Car Vac

I also have had this for household use for 3 years now, but it does well for light cleaning in the car:

Black + Decker

u/jnewland · 1 pointr/homeautomation

I have a Roomba 650 and this aftermarket wifi cover and really enjoy it. Home Assistant integrates with Thinking Cleaner perfectly, and its Alexa support enables "Hey Alexa, turn on the roomba." Saying that still feels magical every time.

u/serious_wat · 1 pointr/gadgets

Roombas are generally considered the best cleaning robots out there, followed closely by Neatos. I'd recommend the Roomba 650. It has all of the useful features with none of the fluff.

Most cleaning robots have the features you've specified, and they'll clean well on hard floors. The Roomba has virtual walls, it has dirt detection and will hover over a spot that's particularly dirty. It returns to its dock and charges itself automatically.

The main problem you're going to run into is that you're cleaning a huge space. I've seen people say that a Roomba will clean up to ~185 square meters, so your showroom is much, much bigger than that. You don't want your Roomba to die stranded in the middle of the showroom floor. You'd need probably three or four robots, each set up to handle a different section, blocking them off using virtual walls.

u/catfacts4u · 1 pointr/cats

I split the cost with my roomie so we ended up only paying $190 each.

We decided to splurge because our stand up vacuum died.

This one: iRobot Roomba 650 Vacuum Cleaning Robot

u/bbbbirdistheword · 1 pointr/humorousreviews
u/jkeyser14 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

How about a Roomba? Schedule it to vacuum your floors while you are work and keep the pet hair down. It's also fun to watch how the pets react. For example, one of my dogs likes to chase it around and bark at it.

u/anoliveanarrow · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. As I am 4 years sober, the closest I come to wine is my favorite British candy, winegums. They are a necessary school supply because I need to feed my brain during all the late night studying I'll be doing.

  2. Brooms are outdated and rather drap. Instead, I prefer to ride in style on my roomba. How else am I to get from class to class? =]

  3. Hats are not my thing. Don't have the face shape for them. But a helmet for roomba riding would suit me better.

  4. Take me away calgon? Nah. Take me away Cassandra Clare to the wonderful land of Shadowhunters, Demons and Faeries. Anything to escape my studies.

  5. My current loot container is overflowing. Mayhaps a larger one for all of my girlish treasures? You're never fully dressed without a smile and some eyeliner. =p

    Bonus - Superheroes don't wear capes. I'll take mine in the form of a rough around the edges demon hunter who loves pie. And who might also be about 4 inches tall in this case and can easily fit in my pocket for entertainment purposes of course. ;]

    (Already posted a Mischief Managed, so do I need to do it again? Or is this good?)
u/colemanruns · 1 pointr/GiftIdeas

My mom swears this is the best gift she's ever received: iRobot Roomba 650 Robotic Vacuum Cleaner

u/ChrisF79 · 1 pointr/Pets

My wife and I got this Roomba for pets (that's important) as a wedding gift and to say it's life changing is an understatement. It does an amazing job in corners but as said elsewhere, it won't replace vacuuming. It will however make it feel as though you recently vacuumed and cut down the frequency that you vacuum by a ton. Just be sure to keep the tray empty (it fills up faster than you think) and you'll absolutely love it.

u/HenryJones1882 · 1 pointr/Pets

Hi, I clean houses and house and pet sit for a living. I love this vac I got mine from woot for less than $200, so keep an eye out there!

u/UnicornToots · 1 pointr/dogs

Shark Rotator, hands down.

u/tnargsnave · 1 pointr/IAmA

I know that the Miele vacuums are the bees knees, but I have this vacuum. What is your opinion?

u/Draconi · 1 pointr/videos
u/Rich_14 · 1 pointr/VacuumCleaners

How does it compare to the this ? I am just genuinely curious how you spec one above the other sort of thing

u/GreatCatch · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This vacuum cleaner is affordable and has really great reviews for pet hair. Some say it's better than Dyson.

Add this to your wishlist :)

/u/REW0702 You are a dirty bird who needs to be punished. Because of this contest & being away from RAOA for so long.

I hate cleaning the fridge the most.

u/PM_ME_UR_CLAVICLES · 1 pointr/IAmA

I used to use this vacuum and thought it got the job done, didn't know even the low end of the spectrum of good vacuum cost $250. OP would probably gave a heart attack if he saw me using the Bissel

u/snydaddy · 1 pointr/barstoolsports

I'm leaning toward this right now:

u/lely8 · 1 pointr/dogs

forgot to mention, mine is an upright vac, most similar to this one.

u/KyleG · 1 pointr/homeowners

This one worked great for us. I'd only use it on carpet. I'd get something like this for wood and tile. Former will toss mabye 5-10% of debris on hard surfaces around rather than suck it up. But the attachments are great and performance on carpet is insane.

The latter I just use for hard surfaces because it's very light and maneuverable and doesn't throw stuff anywhere.

First time I used the former on carpet instead of the previous, old one we had, like a whole canister of rabbit hair (we're rabbit people) I couldn't even tell was in the carpet got sucked right up. Damn near sprouted wood it was so sexy.

u/jam905 · 1 pointr/homeautomation

I found the reviews on Amazon for the models sold on Amazon to be persuasive. For eg.

And the prices on GearBest made it feasible to purchase two in place of carrying one upstairs and downstairs every other day.

u/ZorbaTHut · 1 pointr/AskElectronics

iLife A4 - sorry, should've said that in the main post :)

u/kwlin · 1 pointr/AskWomen

This is the one I got! There are more expensive ones but this one is working just fine for what I paid!

u/heyhobabyoh · 1 pointr/AprilBumpers2018

I have this robot vacuum and it's amazinggg. Despite having 2 dogs and a cat, I never have fur stuck on the bottom of my feet! It's magical! I've run it about every other day since we got it in April and can't recommend it enough. So wonderful.

u/natsw79 · 1 pointr/hardwareswap

I got this one. Not a Roomba but it's a similar type device. It does a fantastic job on my carpet, better than the linoleum floor for some reason since reviewers were stating the opposite.

u/gulabjamun · 1 pointr/homeautomation

Check this one on Amazon: Xiaomi Mi

Is this the same vacuum?

Would Amazon warranty this?

u/zanier_sola · 1 pointr/IAmA

I saw you're still replying to things in here as of a few days ago, so crossing my fingers you'll be able to help me out. My fiance and I want to add a vacuum to our wedding registry (expecting it'll be a "group gift" thing, since $$$). I was looking at the Miele Compact C2 Electro+, but wanted your advice:

We have two cats and a dog. I have somewhat long hair. We currently live in a townhouse that's fully carpeted, but we plan to move shortly after the wedding and wan't to live somewhere with hardwood floors and/or only partial carpeting.

Is the C2 Electro+ a good option for us? Or should we splurge for something like the C3 Cat & Dog? Also, is the SEB228 Electrobrush that comes with the C2 the same as an "electric powerbrush" that I saw you mention in a comment to another user with carpets?

u/m34z · 1 pointr/IAmA

Miele C2 Compact+. Still love it.

u/vespa59 · 1 pointr/AskMen

I have two of these. Bought the first one after Wirecutter told me to and bought the second because I was so impressed with the first. Every bit as good as any Roomba I've ever had, gets stuck less, and can be (crudely) controlled by Alexa.

u/m4gpi · 1 pointr/housekeeping

I have two cats and all hard flooring, on a single level. I bought a “cheap” robot vacuum and it has changed my life. It is a Ecovacs Deebot N79S; at the time it cost 300$ full price but I got it on sale for 150$ (during US Black Friday). It is designed for hard floors, a small place (my apartment is maybe 700sqft) and to deal with pet hair. It has a small hepa filter.

There are many similar models now of varying price ranges, that are designed for low floors and to deal with pet hair. I have to clear the floors before running it (pick up toys, small area rugs, etc.) and empty the capture bin after each use, but it’s amazing. Honestly it does a better job than I would with a push vacuum, because it gets under the bed and into small corners where the dust bunnies are. It has a few different modes, and can be run from a smart phone over wifi, but I haven’t really bothered with that. The best thing is I can start it up, and leave the house. I run mine 1-2 times a week.

If you want a standard vacuum, it’s important that it has a hepa filter to capture pet dander.

Also, as you’ve noticed sweeping is almost pointless - a Swiffer dry cloth mop is much better at actually clearing the pet hair from floors. You can make your own cloth mops, and they work pretty well if you are opposed to the disposable mops.

u/FinanceCard · 1 pointr/homeautomation

> 15 square meters? Thats very small 🤔

Yeah, after I buy my bed and wardrobe, there's like 10 sqm of vacumable surfaces left. It's why I am looking for something rather cheap :P But i guess that for area, it's not worth 350 bucks. This seems cheap, but doesn't have mapping, and my room is T-shaped, so not sure if it would be good there.

u/LmaoBrad · 1 pointr/AskMen

eufy Boost IQ RoboVac 11S (Slim), 1300Pa Strong Suction, Super Quiet, Self-Charging Robotic Vacuum Cleaner, Cleans Hard Floors to Medium-Pile Carpets (Black)

I bought this Robotic Vacuum around Christmas last year and it was on sale for $180 and the thing has been awesome! I was very skeptical because I didn’t think it would work or get the whole house or for that matter pick up anything. I never have to worry about vacuuming and the thing just picks up everything. It goes off everyday while I’m at work and it’s one task I never have you worry about.

u/likecrazy3311 · 1 pointr/AskMen

I got a Eufy 11S on Amazon this fall and it's AMAZING. It was rated as high as $600 models on Consumer Reports. Great on carpet and hard floors. It's listed at $225 now, but I got it for $149 over the holidays.

u/yazoo34 · 1 pointr/homeautomation

I’ve been looking at this one for a little bit for my house and it’s amazon deal of the day half off

ECOVACS DEEBOT N79S Robot Vacuum Cleaner with Max Power Suction, Alexa Connectivity, App Controls, Self-Charging for Hard Surface Floors & Thin Carpets

It’s at least looking at

u/SgtClunge · 0 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Not if you had it on cool. The best option is to buy an electric air duster such as this:

It makes it a lot easier.

u/TitanHawk · 0 pointsr/techsupport

Consider getting an electric duster instead of canned air.

Something like this

In my opinion they are simply easier to use. You'll pay more upfront, but you'll never need to buy compressed air while you have it.