Buying Guide to Help You Choose

Best Vacuums

Bissell Featherweight Stick Bagless Vacuum This our favorite vacuum for a variety of reasons; it’s simply a fantastic vacuum, regardless of whether you’re using it at home or your home on the road.

BLACK+DECKER Dustbuster Handheld Vacuum This little machine comes in handy when cleaning up spills or other messes, although it’s not ideal for vehicles with lots of carpeting.

What I Liked

- Space-saving handheld model - Holds a charge for up to 18 hours - Recharges quickly - Lid pops off for easy dumping - Dirt bowl is washable - Cloth filter can be rinsed off if needed

Eureka 3670M Canister Cleaner

This canister is a good option for someone who wants a more traditional vacuuming experience.

What I Liked

- Some of the most powerful suction of any of the RV vacuums we tested - Wheels make it easy to move around – Blower port comes in handy when cleaning up big messes – 20-foot cable and two hose extensions provide plenty of flexibility – Bags are easy to dump and replace

HP Products 9880 Dirt Devil Central Vacuum System 

If you’re willing to put in a little more effort up-front, this might be the most convenient option on the list.

What I Liked

– Extremely powerful suction – Completely out of the way when stored – Hose expands to 35 feet – Bags have HEPA filters inside – Large storage capacity

Eureka Stylus Lightweight Cordless Vacuum 

You don’t have to worry about getting tangled up in this battery-powered model. The thing only weighs 6 pounds, though, so it’s not like it’s a huge burden to hold onto.

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