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Eufy HomeVac S11 Cordless Handstick Vacuum Cleaner $149.99

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Target [target.com] is offering 25% off eufy HomeVac S11 Cordless Handstick Vacuum Cleaner
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Effortless Handling: The cordless, lightweight design allows you to maneuver into corners and around furniture with ease.

Cleans Deeper: Utilize all of the 120AW suction power in max-mode for 8 minutes of fierce and focused cleaning when tackling the deepest dust and debris.

Versatile Modes: Clean up crumbs and dust with ease for up to 25 minutes in mid mode, the perfect setting for everyday mess. Enable low mode when your whole home requires attention and make the most of an ultra-long 40-minute run-time.

Tools For Every Task: Whether it be an impossibly tight space or a delicate surface, there is an attachment suitable for any cleaning scenario.

What's in the box: HomeVac S11 Go, Wall Mounting Accessories, AC Charger, Metal Hose, Long Crevice Tool, 2-in-1 Crevice Tool. 2-year warranty for the vacuum. 12-month warranty for battery pack.

https://www.target.com/p/eufy-hom...A-79531075
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Anyone know how these compare to the dysons?
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How is this compared to Dyson V10 in terms of cleaning performance? With this much cheaper price, I could have a couple of backup batteries. My V10's battery drains in two days which I am not very impressed with.
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Anyone know how these compare to the dysons?
People always ask if another brand of vacuum compares to Dyson vacuums They don't, which is why everybody tries to compare vacuums to Dyson. The only exception you're going to find when it comes to cordless are Shark vacuums on hard floors, in which case they do better than Dyson. I have a Dyson cordless, and Shark cordless, and corded, and at least 10 other vacuums and use the Dyson more than the rest combined. I have a lot because I used to sell and repair vacuums and I like them. Smilie
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Anyone know how these compare to the dysons?
I've used Dyson corded and cordless vacs for over 15 years. Over the past few years, competitors have really caught up to the point that the performance is comparable, especially cordless models.

You have to remember that Dysons are 2-3 times the price of competitive alternatives. Do Dysons perform 2-3 times better? Nope. Do they last 2-3 times as long? I doubt it. Do I like my Dyson? Yes. Will I buy another Dyson when my current one dies? No ways. It's not worth the price.
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Word only 8 minutes in max mode. No tjhnc
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It's not comparable to Dyson.
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People always ask if another brand of vacuum compares to Dyson vacuums They don't, which is why everybody tries to compare vacuums to Dyson. The only exception you're going to find when it comes to cordless are Shark vacuums on hard floors, in which case they do better than Dyson. I have a Dyson cordless, and Shark cordless, and corded, and at least 10 other vacuums and use the Dyson more than the rest combined. I have a lot because I used to sell and repair vacuums and I like them. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif
Have nothing but hard floors and a few rugs. What is the go to for a Shark cordless?
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People always ask if another brand of vacuum compares to Dyson vacuums They don't, which is why everybody tries to compare vacuums to Dyson. The only exception you're going to find when it comes to cordless are Shark vacuums on hard floors, in which case they do better than Dyson. I have a Dyson cordless, and Shark cordless, and corded, and at least 10 other vacuums and use the Dyson more than the rest combined. I have a lot because I used to sell and repair vacuums and I like them. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif
any one or two Shark recommendations for hard floors?
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Get a V7, they're like $30 more on sale.
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Can it stay upright on floor? If no, it's a deal breaker as not all want to hang it and fix it at one place over wall.
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Anyone know how these compare to the dysons?
From what I've seen on paper, similar runtimes on high <10 min, hot swappable batteries (feature on some v11 models only), and dubious build quality (some rubber floor contact piece fell off a head in a review). Suction power I have no idea, but as long as it has cyclonic action in the chamber it should be fine to avoid clogs you get with old school hand vac designs.
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No HEPA filter...
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I've used Dyson corded and cordless vacs for over 15 years. Over the past few years, competitors have really caught up to the point that the performance is comparable, especially cordless models.

You have to remember that Dysons are 2-3 times the price of competitive alternatives. Do Dysons perform 2-3 times better? Nope. Do they last 2-3 times as long? I doubt it. Do I like my Dyson? Yes. Will I buy another Dyson when my current one dies? No ways. It's not worth the price.
Dyson is no longer 2 or 3 times more expensive now. So your point here is irrelevant nowadays. You can always find it on sale or go to places like Costco.
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