Vacuuming doesn't have to be a daunting task if you have the right tool on hand. A well-designed vacuum that is easy to maneuver and operate can make an annoying chore much more bearable. But how will you know from browsing online, which models are a breeze to use and which are a pain in the butt?
Buzzrake can answer that question for you. We have collected thousands of user opinions from around the web, and analyzed them to find out which products are more user-friendly than others. Here are the conclusions:
- Cordless models are easier to use. No surprise there. If you're not tripping over a cord that is wrapped around the furniture, your leg and the cat, you're surely having a much more enjoyable experience. Especially if it's a canister model, where you already have one drag-along part to worry about.
- User-friendly means back-friendly. Not only are these products more intuitive, they are also easier on your back: easily adjustable features, several height options, smaller models. Users find these models to be better than average for users with back problems.
- You won't be disappointed with the quality. Users report that good design doesn't just refer to features, but to the parts and materials as well.
- Oreck has the most user-friendly vacuums. Miele doesn't fall far behind. The brands rated lowest for ease of use are Dirt Devil and Dyson.
Check out the Top 5 easiest to use vacuums on the market. We considered how often users described their experience with product, and whether they described it positively or negatively.