Hoover WindTunnel T-Series Upright Vacuum, Bagged, UH30300

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Hoover WindTunnel T-Series Upright Vacuum, Bagged, UH30300

Hoover WindTunnel T-Series Upright Vacuum, Bagged, UH30300


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After going through 2 dysons, a bissel, and a Hoover platinum bagless in the last 8 years, I decided my problem was not all my cats, dogs and messy children- but the “bagless” vac instead. I did this get version at Sears since I could test drive it there. I have never had a vac with so much suction!!! I test drove the kenmores, dysons and new LG- but there was no comparison. You don’t need an self propulsion on this model b/c once you turn it on, the suction is so great it moves itself across the floor. I know it’s not super fancy like the others- but it’s nice to have the brush on/off as a foot pedal on the base you can press easily and it’s easy to just drop the bag out when it’s full. Great job Hoover!
Hoover windtunnel UH 30300
I just bought this vacuum today for my small home which has low pile carpet/bare floors, but I think it would work well on high pile also. It has great suction. I choose it because of the windtunnel technology and the reasonable price. Also I wanted something lightweight with a bag. I hate emptying the bagless dirt cups- dust gets right back into the air.
It is easy to assemble- just attach handle and brush clip. I really like the rotating brush in the upholstery tool. It rotates really fast, powered just from the suction. At first it didn’t rotate because I didn’t have the bag door closed properly. This model has a no-touching-the-bag release feature which isn’t that important to me and I hope it works with replacement bags. The bag that comes with the vacuum is a HEPA cloth-like bag with a rubber-type material around the opening. If the paper replacement bags (Type Y) don’t seal properly, I will just remove the release gizmo and push the bag onto the tube myself.
So if you…
Great Vacuum
I was in the market for a new vacuum cleaner after my pathetic, yet very expensive, Dyson decided to call it quits. After extensive research and talking to family and friends about what they recommended I finally chose the Hoover Windtunnel T Series bagged vacuum (model UH30300). I am extremely glad I did. Nothing I’ve ever had in the past even comes close to this machine’s suction power. Like other reviewers have stated this thing literally drives itself across the floor. I also like that it came with a full assortment of attachments, doesn’t require any removal of screws to clean the brush/change the belt, was very easy to assemble, and even though it’s lightweight it has a heaviness of great build quality to it. It doesn’t have any fancy cord rewind or self propelling bells and whistles on it but that’s just more stuff to go wrong/break in my opinion. If your looking for a great vacuum that will give you many years of great service (if maintained correctly) I definitely…
Product Features

  • Windtunnel Technology – removes embedded dirt and minimizes blowback and scatter on the carpet
  • One Touch Bag Door release – fast and easy access to the bag
  • Clean-Drop Bags – One simple touch releases the full bag directly into the trash, and you never have to touch the dirty bag
  • Bag made with HEPA media – HEPA Media filters and traps 99.97-percent of dust and pollens down to .3 microns
  • On/Off Brushroll – push button to easily transition from carpet to hard floors



Product Descriptions
Description : WINDTUNNEL TECHNOLOGY REMOVES EMBEDDED DIRT & MINIMIZES SCATTER ON CARPETCLEAN-DROP BAGS WITH 1-TOUCH RELEASES THE FULL BAG DIRECTLY INTO THE TRASH SO USERS NEVER HAVE TO TOUCH THE BAGINTUITIVE POWER CONTROLSBAG MADE WITH HEPA MEDIA THAT FILTERS & TRAPS 99.97% OF DUST & POLLENS DOWN TO 0.3 MICRONSON/OFF BRUSHROLLEASY BELT CHANGE SYSTEM & BRUSHROLL ACCESSUPC : 073502031940Shipping Dimensions : 32.30in X 16.90in X 12.50inEstimated Shipping Weight : 41.1047

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