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  • This Stick Vacuum Cleaner can easily convert into a hand vacuum, effective cleaning up from floor to high places, deep cleaning the house.
  • This Cordless vacuum has top brushless high-power motor and provides up to 21000Pa super suction in Turbo mode
  • The 2000mAh top battery provides two power modes at the same time, which can switch strong suction mode to standard suction mode according to location and application as you like
  • Uses cyclone technology combined with a high-density filter to trap more than 99.99% of dust, pollen and pet dander.

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APOSEN TECH via Amazon [amazon.com] has APOSEN Cordless Vacuum Cleaner, 4 in 1 Stick Vacuum Cleaner, 21000Pa Strong Suction with Brushless Motor Multi-Attachments Extension Wand Ultra-Quiet H21S on sale for $86.99 with 40% off code IMFQ8HQJ + $15 coupon on page.
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I currently have 3x Aposen's 24kPa model, a cheaper chinese corded model, the Dyson v10 absolute, and a Miele Red Velvet with Electrobrush.

Cost wise, it was:

~50 for the chinese corded stick vacuum
<80 for the Aposens, refurbished
270 for the Dyson v10 absolute, refurbished
>700 for the Miele

If you rent, the aposen's are probably good enough. If you own your own, they don't clean carpet well enough.

Generally speaking, I think you get what you pay for. The Aposen and other chinese stick vacuums are perfectly fine for tile, vinyl, and hardwood. They are also okay for certain types of low-pile, high-density carpet, but don't do great on carpet, generally speaking. Reason: the beater brush doesn't have enough power to agitate and lift dust out most carpets. Forget suction power - the tool's interface with the floor is what really matters.

I've only had my Dyson v10 for a couple weeks, and have to say, their brush head designs are probably the best in class for their weight (a dedicated one that's excellent for solid surfaces, and a carpet brush head that pulls like crazy).

My Miele is slightly more effective than the Dyson (suction over 1kW, powered brushhead over 100w), but it's such a pain in the ass to use.

If you are on a tight budget, the Aposen and other chinese stick vacuums work fine. They are reliable and practically built. If you really want to extract debris from carpet, you'll need to spend more for a cordless solution.

Slightly better than the Aposen 24kPa, and only a little more expensive, is the Shark Navigator. The only downside is the waste bin is a PITA to clean out:

https://www.amazon.com/Shark-Navigator-Freestyle-Brushroll-SV1106/dp/B00C351GBC/ref=sr_1_10?dchild=1... [amazon.com]
Anyone ever take a chance on these Dyson-like looking vacuums? Any feedback you can provide?

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Anyone ever take a chance on these Dyson-like looking vacuums? Any feedback you can provide?
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For what it's worth, has good reviews and an A on fakespot. Im taking a chance on it, thanks OP
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Code didn't work
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Code just worked for me. Taking a chance on it.
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Quote from ChronoTriggered :
Anyone ever take a chance on these Dyson-like looking vacuums? Any feedback you can provide?
I currently have 3x Aposen's 24kPa model, a cheaper chinese corded model, the Dyson v10 absolute, and a Miele Red Velvet with Electrobrush.

Cost wise, it was:

~50 for the chinese corded stick vacuum
<80 for the Aposens, refurbished
270 for the Dyson v10 absolute, refurbished
>700 for the Miele

If you rent, the aposen's are probably good enough. If you own your own, they don't clean carpet well enough.

Generally speaking, I think you get what you pay for. The Aposen and other chinese stick vacuums are perfectly fine for tile, vinyl, and hardwood. They are also okay for certain types of low-pile, high-density carpet, but don't do great on carpet, generally speaking. Reason: the beater brush doesn't have enough power to agitate and lift dust out most carpets. Forget suction power - the tool's interface with the floor is what really matters.

I've only had my Dyson v10 for a couple weeks, and have to say, their brush head designs are probably the best in class for their weight (a dedicated one that's excellent for solid surfaces, and a carpet brush head that pulls like crazy).

My Miele is slightly more effective than the Dyson (suction over 1kW, powered brushhead over 100w), but it's such a pain in the ass to use.

If you are on a tight budget, the Aposen and other chinese stick vacuums work fine. They are reliable and practically built. If you really want to extract debris from carpet, you'll need to spend more for a cordless solution.

Slightly better than the Aposen 24kPa, and only a little more expensive, is the Shark Navigator. The only downside is the waste bin is a PITA to clean out:

https://www.amazon.com/Shark-Navigator-Freestyle-Brushroll-SV1106/dp/B00C351GBC/ref=sr_1_10?dchild=1... [amazon.com]
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https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...=UTF8&th=1

i dunno if its really any different than the one from the post. it does all the things it claims to, frankly - it was engineered better than i expected (that said there's a good amount of ill fitting plastic).

it's real similar in that fakespot is an A and the reviews are 4+ stars, and it's heavily discounted (or so the listings claim who knows). im 24 hours in, but happy with it. the filter seems complicated and im not sure ill keep it completely clean forever, but im guessing a lot of how it continues to work depends on how frequently/meticulously you clean those. how happy youd likely be would be depending on your exact expectations, for about 1/3rd the cost of a dyson - you're getting a product that's about 50-70% as effective and enjoyable to use.
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I'll give a shot ordered 1.
The last time I bought a v10 refurb Dyson and I didnt like it much like my old v8. It was heavy and I guess I don't bigger battery.
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Quote from Seppatown :
I currently have 3x Aposen's 24kPa model, a cheaper chinese corded model, the Dyson v10 absolute, and a Miele Red Velvet with Electrobrush.

Cost wise, it was:

~50 for the chinese corded stick vacuum
700 for the Miele

If you rent, the aposen's are probably good enough. If you own your own, they don't clean carpet well enough.

Generally speaking, I think you get what you pay for. The Aposen and other chinese stick vacuums are perfectly fine for tile, vinyl, and hardwood. They are also okay for certain types of low-pile, high-density carpet, but don't do great on carpet, generally speaking. Reason: the beater brush doesn't have enough power to agitate and lift dust out most carpets. Forget suction power - the tool's interface with the floor is what really matters.

I've only had my Dyson v10 for a couple weeks, and have to say, their brush head designs are probably the best in class for their weight (a dedicated one that's excellent for solid surfaces, and a carpet brush head that pulls like crazy).

My Miele is slightly more effective than the Dyson (suction over 1kW, powered brushhead over 100w), but it's such a pain in the ass to use.

If you are on a tight budget, the Aposen and other chinese stick vacuums work fine. They are reliable and practically built. If you really want to extract debris from carpet, you'll need to spend more for a cordless solution.

Slightly better than the Aposen 24kPa, and only a little more expensive, is the Shark Navigator. The only downside is the waste bin is a PITA to clean out:

https://www.amazon.com/Shark-Navigator-Freestyle-Brushroll-SV1106/dp/B00C351GBC/ref=sr_1_10?dchild=1... [amazon.com]
I have the V11, which for what it is, is amazing. But for whole home, deep carpet cleaning with maximum suction you still cannot beat a quality plug-in bagged vacuum. The V11 on maximum suction still doesn't beat a high end Kenmore or Miele and will run out of battery in 15 minutes.

Best to have two vacuums for the home. A cordless for convenience and then spend some cash on a real quality bagged canister vacuum.
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Its mostly about how much hardwood vs carpet you have. If you have a big house with lots of carpet nothing will beat a bagged canister/upright. Main advantage ive noted with my v11 is how much easier it is to do the stairs vs the miele c2 i got from the bbb deal some years back.

There is no question though the bagged is considerably stronger and its not like the v11 is weak
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I've tried an Amazon stick vac before and liked it. I returned it for a Dyson because they (including this one) don't use additional cyclones to clean the air before hitting the main filter. That causes the main filter to clog and have the vacuum lose suction. You just have to clean the filter more frequently. For me, I didn't want to do that. For this price and some interesting features, I'd give this a try.
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code didn't work for me
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Quote from matyb :
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...=UTF8&th=1

i dunno if its really any different than the one from the post. it does all the things it claims to, frankly - it was engineered better than i expected (that said there's a good amount of ill fitting plastic).

it's real similar in that fakespot is an A and the reviews are 4+ stars, and it's heavily discounted (or so the listings claim who knows). im 24 hours in, but happy with it. the filter seems complicated and im not sure ill keep it completely clean forever, but im guessing a lot of how it continues to work depends on how frequently/meticulously you clean those. how happy youd likely be would be depending on your exact expectations, for about 1/3rd the cost of a dyson - you're getting a product that's about 50-70% as effective and enjoyable to use.
That's the first non-Dyson I've seen on Amazon with cyclones! Not as many, but still better than nothing. What you posted seems very similar to what I've tried with many bells and whistles added. Good luck.
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In for 1, thanks OP. The UV light is a gimmick since it won't contact the area long enough to actually do anything. Still a great deal compared to brick and mortar versions. Had a similar version that was able to suck the chrome off a trailer hitch.
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