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Bissell Cleanview Review

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Updated April 29, 2022
Reader Rating2 Votes
3.1
8.9
Expert Rating

If your home is primarily hard flooring—tile, wood, you name it—having a vacuum cleaner that can lift dirt and dust from hard flooring, without scattering it, would be a godsend. And it just so happens the best vacuum cleaner for the job could be the Bissell Cleanview. With OnePass and Scatter-Free technology, dirt is lifted in one pass without throwing the dirt in random directions. But first, do you want to save while shopping? Learn how to get the best prices on appliances.

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Why We Like It – Bissell Cleanview

Built with technology in mind to not only tackle hard floors, but OnePass technology ensures you pick up all the debris in a single pass, and as much as possible with its wide cleaning path.

Pros
  • Cleans on the first pass
  • Can clean hard floors without scatter
  • Washable filter
Cons
  • A bit on the heavy side

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Performance

The Bissell Cleanview Bagless Vacuum Cleaner knows just how to tackle hard floors. Its brush roll is equipped with OnePass technology and Scatter-Free technology. So when you’re vacuuming any spot, its powerful suction should clean up most (if not all) debris on one pass. And if you’re vacuuming hard floors? Forget about the scattering! With Scatter-Free technology, it keeps dirt and dust from exiting the back of the vacuum. It can even tackle pet hair with its brush tool, though we found the Dyson Animal 2 to be much more powerful and efficient against pet hair.

Design

Out of all the vacuums on our list, the Bissell Cleanview is one, if not the heaviest vacuum on our list. Weighing in at 17.96 lbs, it’s nearly twice as much as the Eureka PowerSpeed Lite, but just half a pound more than the Dyson Animal 2. That makes it harder for elderly to handle. On the bright side, it has an easy empty dirt tank most vacuum cleaners are equipped with these days. It comes with a turbobrush tool dusting brush, an extension wand, and a dusting brush crevice tool, with a power cord that extends 25 feet, as does the Shark Navigator Vacuum Cleaner.

Value

After considering its performance on hard floors, the Bissell Cleanview has our mark of good value. The Bissell Cleanview Vacuum Cleaner will fit right at home in a place that’s mostly hard floors, however. It cleans carpets just fine, thanks to its OnePass technology. With its Scatter-Free technology, however, specifically targets hard floors. And plus, it has a nice 2 year limited warranty. Should anything happen, their fantastic customer service will be there to help you. If you also rent an apartment, your best renters insurance might also cover this vacuum if an accident happens to it. But if you’re looking for something that’s good on bare floors and carpets equally, we would recommend the Eureka PowerSpeed Lite.

Bissell Cleanview Wrap Up

The Bissell Cleanview’s OnePass technology and Scatter-Free technology really came in handy when tackling particularly dirty areas on hard floors, without kicking the dirt out the back or off to the side. It translated well onto carpets. While it is on the heavier side, it’s still easy to maneuver. And saving money on filters with its washable filter gets bonus points from us, too.

Bottom Line
Performance
9.1
Design
8.5
Value
9.2
Reader Rating2 Votes
3.1
What We Liked
What We Didn’t
8.9
Expert Rating