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The HEPA media inside the Bissell Cleanview Vacuum alone makes it an ideal candidate as the best vacuum for allergies. Its motor filter combo is also an obvious help, with a rubber end that deeply lifts dirt that would otherwise be missed. It’s perfect for detailing the inside of your car or the folds of your couch.

Why We Like It – Bissell Cleanview Vacuum

When you’re at a loss for attachments, the Bissell Cleanview Vacuum is the ideal companion for detailing your home and car, such as vacuuming up dirt in hard-to-reach areas or deeply cleaning stairs.

Pros
  • Great vacuum for detailing your home and car
  • Rubber brush design
  • Internal HEPA media
Cons
  • A fraction of the performance to upright vacuums
  • Corded, not battery-powered

Power, Speed & Efficiency

Bissell Cleanview Bagless Upright Vacuum Cleaners push 5 amps of power to the limit, needing smart design choices to circumvent the loss in performance due to its size, a trait the Miele Complete C3 Marin doesn’t share. Unlike other Bissell vacuums, the Bissell Cleanview Vacuum doesn’t have OnePass technology; instead, its rubber head nozzle digs deep into carpet and drags out any hidden debris. It’s also great for pet hair removal, though the pet hair eraser tool on the Bissell Pet 33A1 is better suited. Lastly, the crevice tool and wide mouth tool are solid at targeting stairs and inside of cars.

Bin Capacity, Maintenance & Durability

It isn’t surprising the Bissell Cleanview Vacuum has a small dustbin of just 0.78 liters, so that’s to be expected. Thankfully, it’s a bagless design, with an easy-to-clean canister—no extra purchases necessary. That’s a feature canister vacuums, like the Kenmore Elite Vacuum, don’t share.

Value

Why bother with the Bissell Cleanview Vacuum? Despite missing Bissell’s One Pass technology, it still has a valuable niche purpose. Rather than sling around a large, bulky vacuum, you could use the Bissell Cleanview Vacuum for detailing areas of your home that an iRobot Roomba 960 Robot Vacuum can’t reach. At the end of the day, you’ll have spent less time cleaning your home and spending it on more important tasks.

Bissell Cleanview Vacuum Wrap Up

Instead of sticking to surface-level cleaning, the Bissell Cleanview Vacuum has a rubber brush fitted to the end to really dig into your carpets and lift hidden debris. Combine that with its internal HEPA media and you’re left with cleaner air than before. Even if you have a main vacuum, this handheld device is essential for detailing the rest of your home.

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Brady Meyers

Brady Klinger-Meyers is a writer based in Pennsylvania. He regularly contributes to websites such as Hardcore Droid, Gamepur, and Homebli. His work remains primarily in technology, from video game journalism to consumer technology.

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