Hoover Nano Cyclonic Compact Bagless Upright Vacuum


Hoover Nano Cyclonic Compact Bagless Upright Vacuum

  • Super, Super Lightweight, Bagless Upright, Easy To Clean Surfaces
  • Hoover, Stretch Hose,

Very Compact Design
Its weight is less than 12 lbs
Uses technology advanced cyclonic technology
Has a Rininsable and HEPA Filter
Easy On/Off Switch Mode For brush roll Control designed for cleaning multiple floor Surfaces
Fast release extension wand with an integrated crevice tool
Also comes with 5-ft deluxe stretch hose and A bottom release dirt cup
Best Bang For Your Buck!

List Price: $ 71.10

Price: $ 71.10


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  1. 15 of 15 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The perfect vacuum for a small condo/townhouse, May 8, 2011
    A. Ru

    This review is from: Hoover Nano Cyclonic Compact Bagless Upright Vacuum (Kitchen)

    I picked this up at Walmart and I’m quite happy with this purchase for the money I paid and the value. I hope Amazon ends up stocking this vacuum and competes against Walmart as I would have gladly bought this item from Amazon if it had been available. However, buying it at Walmart did have the slight advantage of being able to see the vacuum in person before purchasing.

    The suction on this vacuum is quite strong for the size. The cyclonic makes it pretty much suck as well as any other 12A vacuum I think I’ve ever used in the past.
    Very lightweight vacuum (less than 12 lbs as advertised) as I’m not a strong guy but I can pick this thing up with one hand which is great because my house is a 3-floor townhouse with a lot of stairs. If my mom’s vacuum ever breaks, I know what vacuum I’m having her buy as a replacement. Heck Mother’s day is coming up.
    The handle is used as part of the extension of the vacuum hose so you don’t need to have an addition part/piece that you might lose. everything is on-board.
    Very easy to clean-out, dyson style one-button push bottom empty canister.
    The brush attachment even works with my Eureka 71B Hand-Held Vacuum to make a great combination.
    Even with a 1 year warranty, you can buy one of these each year for 5 years and still end up paying less than a Dyson. That’s a better warranty than having one vacuum with a 5 year warranty.

    The vacuum cord is very short. Its fine if you vacuum one room but you do need to keep unplugging and replugging into another wall socket a bit too often. Or buy an extension cord but having to remember to grab that each would be a minor annoyance.
    Knowing to push down with your foot rather than having a button or lever was a little weird and took me a bit to figure out.

    8/13/2011 UPDATE
    I just used this vacuum again today and figured I would do an update on my review. It’s been around 3 months now and this vacuum has still been worth every penny spent. I’m quit glad I purchased this at Walmart and I hope in the future amazon will be able to compete on the price. This vacuum is still great and covers everything I need for my house, is light-weight, has very good suction, and reminds me each time I use it how glad I didn’t buy a Dyson for like 8 times the price.
    I’ve been able to figure out that for the small problem of the cord sometimes getting in the way while vacuuming that there is a small hook under the handle to keep the cord out of the way so that I don’t have to keep grabbing the cord.
    The bagless cyclonic keeps the dust and dirt from getting out and I have not had any issues with feeling like I was breathing or smelling anything from vacuuming.
    I still wish there was a lever for pulling the handle back to vacuum but the little foot icon is a good reminder that I just remember to hold it down when needed and it is sturdy enough where it hasn’t caused any concerns.
    If you are at all on the fence just go to Walmart’s site to check out the 80 plus positive reviews.

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  2. 13 of 14 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Lightweight, great suction, smart on-board tools, thumbs up, April 4, 2011
    maximum verbosity (Ohio USA) –

    This review is from: Hoover Nano Cyclonic Compact Bagless Upright Vacuum (Kitchen)

    We just picked this up today at Wal*mart as an emergency replacement (again) on yet another vacuum cleaner. It seems we’re replacing vacuums about every 9-15 months! And we only have two area rugs, I don’t get it. Anyway, I was looking for something inexpensive, lightweight without a bunch of stupid attachments that would fall off/get lost and were difficult to switch back and forth. This vacuum is very lightweight but does an excellent job. The hose wraps around the back/bottom like many vacuums do but the handle actually pops right off (a little latch holds it in place, very easy to un-latch with one hand) so you can slide it off and snap it right on to the hose for quick crumb/upholstery/baseboard cleaning. I also like that the extender latches on with on-hand latch, all of the other vacuum cleaners I’ve had, you would just slide the extender on and they would fall off many times, every annoying

    This also has the power button that you operate with your foot, step on to turn it on, step on again to turn it off, simple.

    There is another button that you step on with your foot to make it so you can sweep your hardwood/laminate/tile/whatever floors without the brush spinning, just the suction. I really like that, I’ve found with brush cleaners, the brush would grind against the floor (so much for auto-adjusting) and fling the bigger stuff back under the vacuum and at my feet. This one doesn’t do that at all. We have dogs, cats and kids and just on my first run-through I swept two area rugs with popcorn kernels, dog hair and heaven only knows what, all of it came up without a problem. Then I ran it under the kitchen table, sucked the cheerios up with no problems and grabbed the dust bunnies right out from under the sideboard. It doesn’t lie completely flat for getting under the sofa/tables, but it comes pretty close.

    It’s very lightweight, I am able to hold it with one hand and use the hose part with the other to get the steps.

    The only negative I have with it is that it has a shorter cord than I’m used to. Easy enough fix with an extension cord, but something to mention.

    There are two sponge-type filters that say they can be cleaned with water and one that looks like it may also be able to be sprayed off with water, and of course – no bags, so the only things you’d have to replace on this would be if you broke the belt (or when the belt eventually stretches out like it does with all vacuum cleaners). I priced the replacement at the store, it was about $4. The dirt container is very simple to take off to empty and snaps right back on, it’s also light weight but sturdy.

    So, for right now, this is a great vacuum, it only cost me fifty bucks (plus tax) at Walmart. I will update this review should there be any issues that pop up or if I discover anything else that I really love about it.

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  3. 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great machine for the money!, May 10, 2011
    This review is from: Hoover Nano Cyclonic Compact Bagless Upright Vacuum (Kitchen)

    This is the second Hoover product I’ve purchased since my Oreck died a year ago. Both under $100. Again, I am amazed at what I got for the money. I have had cheap vacuums before (dirt devils, bissels, etc.) that were junk. Got this one as a second vacuum for the kids to use in their rooms upstairs (tired of lugging my other one upstairs — or not lugging it upstairs, so that the floors never get cleaned!).

    PROS: This little machine was $50 at Walmart and is cyclonic, bagless. Very small and light. The roller motor can be turned off for bare floors, which I have a lot of. Not a typical feature in a low price vac. Does a pretty good job on the hard floors and a better job on the carpet. But a better job on the hard floors than any other vac. I’ve had since my Oreck (which didn’t do so great on carpet, and had a roller motor I COULDN’T turn off). Dirt compartment opens easily: trap door at bottom of removable canister that opens with the touch of a finger. So you can just hold the cannister well into your trashcan, open trap door, and let the stuff fall in. No “poof” of dirt from yanking open a tight compartment from the top (like I’ve experienced with other bagless machines).

    CONS: Short cord, and the hose requires 2 hands to assemble for use. Not a deal-breaker for me because of what I paid. You really wouldn’t expect a machine of this size and weight to have a super-long cord anyway.

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