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Subject: Re: Bissel's 50$ Vacuum Cleaner
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NNTP-Posting-Date: Sat, 20 Dec 2003 16:37:32 GMT
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Date: Sat, 20 Dec 2003 16:37:32 GMT
I don't like Bissell, but that just my experience with them. I had a
Bissell vacuum that literally sucked big time. It fell apart roughly after
one years use. And it wasn't a cheap model either. Same with a Bissell steam
cleaner I had. It caught fire and smelled up the entire house. Maybe that's
the problem, I didn't buy a cheap model :)
I did spend nearly $400 on a Kenmore vacuum. It worked great for about 14
months then quit. Luckily I had purchased (well DH did)an extended warranty
on it so when it quit it went in the shop. Funny thing is after waiting 3
weeks for the repair and MANY phone calls I finally told sears to get me a
new one or refund my money. They promptly gave me a brand new one. It works
great but I wonder for how long. *sigh* And I recently bought a Hoover steam
cleaner I am very happy with.
Next time I am going to just buy a cheap vacuum and throw it out when it
And why do I always save the attachments from all the old ones? I have a
box full of attachments for nearly every vacuum I have ever owned. I know so
many people who have said the same thing. lol
"Throw Away" wrote in message
> I had bought a Bissel 10 Amp Vacuum Cleaner from Walmart 4 years
> ago - finally gave it away free to somebody a few weeks back.
> After 4 years, I had the first problem ever - a spoilt belt. Friend
> changed the belt & it works fine for him now.
> I bought a Bissel Powerforce 12 Amp Vacuum Cleaner from Walmart
> last week. Very impressed with this one - lighter than the previous
> one & better looking & more convinient. It even has a indicator
> which indicates when the bag is full.
> I have never bought an expensive vacuum - I have seen ones costing
> 200 & 300$ - I was wondering what do these have that the 50$ one
> does not have ?
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