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Tineco Vacuum Review

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Updated March 22, 2022
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If your home has a lot of sealed hard flooring, including hardwood floors, then the Tineco Vacuum becomes the best wet and dry vacuum cleaner for you. It’s smaller than your average dry and wet vac. It also may have variable differences between a stick vacuum vs upright. But, it’s lighter and is a cordless stick vacuum. It’s the ideal companion to have when a nasty spill plagues your floors. When you’re ready for more great products, check out our best vacuum cleaner list.

Why We Like It – Tineco Vacuum

Lightweight, battery-powered, and powerful, the Tineco Vacuum shrinks a typical wet and dry vac into something easy to maneuver, while still maintaining the ability to pick up messes and pet hair alike.

Pros
  • Powerful suction power
  • Lightweight and battery-powered
  • Safe to use on sealed hard flooring
Cons
  • Best used in smaller homes
  • Battery life, at best, is 22 mins

Power

The Tineco Vacuum doesn’t offer the same kind of high-performance power as a full-sized wet and dry vac, but it does its best, albeit in a smaller, more focused area. It’s powered by a 2500mAh lithium-ion battery, and even in max mode, you’re getting up to 22 minutes of battery life. The Bissell Crosswave Cleaner is corded, however, and has more consistent performance, although to really understand the difference between a cordless vs corded vacuum, you’ll need to check out our resource articles. And, for another floor cleaner with excellent performance, read our Ultra Clean SC200 review.

Speed & Efficiency

As mentioned before, the Tineco A11 Master Cordless Vacuum Cleaners are much smaller in design; they’re meant to be lightweight and easy to maneuver. It’s best used in smaller homes or houses that have a lot of sealed hard flooring and very little carpeting. Both the soft roller and power brush are excellent when a spill needs to quickly be cleaned.

Bin Capacity & Maintenance

As far as bin capacity is concerned, it doesn’t hold a lot—just 0.55L, which is a far cry from the 1.25 gallons the Hoover Elite Carpet Cleaner has. That’s not even a fifth of a gallon. To be fair, it’s meant for quick jobs; nothing huge like your entire home. Also, maintenance is simple, because all you’ll be doing is rinsing out the water tank. If you like this vacuum, you’ll love our Tineco Pure One S12 review.

Durability

While the Tineco Vacuum is much more durable than, say, a tiny handheld vacuum, it does just fine in most regards. It’s lightweight, yes, but still constructed of hard plastics for strength and longevity. And there’s very few pieces jutting from its body, reducing accidental breakage. That’s less of an issue with the Ridgid Vacuum Cleaner.

Value

Considering you get a filter cleaning tool, dusting brush, crevice tool, and more bundled with the Tineco Vacuum already makes it a great value. It’s also very freeing not having to worry about power cables. And since it’s a great asset for combating spills and pet hair, they’re the best cordless vacuums to have when the unexpected happens.

Tineco Vacuum Wrap Up

We can look past the Tineco Vacuum’s so-so battery simply because its purpose is for those quick jobs. Your dog spilled their food and bowl? Got baby food on the floor? Break out the Tineco and quickly wipe it up. It’s lightweight, battery powered, and safe to use on sealed hard flooring. What’s not to love?

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