Great suction power, long runtime, and removable battery make this cordless vacuum the best overall value we tested for the cost.
The Casabella wide angle broom is the best at sweeping, the most comfortable to hold, and the least expensive broom we tested.
This battery-powered vacuum cleaner is the best for cleaning carpet, rugs, and hardwood floors. It cleans faster than stick vacuums, and is lightweight and easy to use.
We liked how the 5-in-1 vacuum is easy to use and cleans a variety of floors. The construction, including lights, brushes, and rubber wheels, didn't stand up to crash-test rigor.
The INSE stick vacuum cleaner is lightweight, powerful, and it performs as well as the best cordless vacuum. Its 3-mode suction control is extremely useful.
The ORFELD cordless vacuum is excellent at picking up dirt and pet hair, especially with its combination of floor brush and handheld use. The attached dust receptacle cannot be emptied with a regular trash can.
The strongest suction of every cordless stick vacuum we tested, with an impressive 70 minutes of runtime on a single charge and a price that's cheaper than most cordless vacuums.
The ORFELD cordless vacuum is a decent cleaner, but there are several better models available. Its battery life is short, its charge is slow, and it's expensive, with a somewhat limited cleaning radius.
5-stage filtration system, lots of accessories, strong suction, and portable design make this the best dirt clean-up tool we've ever tested.
With a powerful brushroll and 18,000pa suction, this stick vacuum is the best we've tested, though it doesn't have as many attachments as more expensive models.