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1. Bissell 3594 Cleanview PowerTrak
$172.99 list($229.99)
2. Bissell 3750 Lift-Off Bagless
$274.83 list($369.99)
3. Bissell 7950 Proheat Self-Propelled
$79.99 list($99.99)
4. Bissell 3576 CleanView II Plus
$99.99 list($129.99)
5. Bissell 35933 Cleanview Powertrak
$99.99 list($119.99)
6. Bissell 1425B Little Green Proheat
$89.99 list($99.99)
7. Bissell 1425A Little Green ProHeat
$49.99 list($59.99)
8. Bissell 3108 EasyVac Powerbrush
$89.99 list($119.99)
9. Bissell 35932 Cleanview Powertrak
$69.99 list($89.99)
10. Bissell 3574 CleanView II Upright
$69.99 list($90.00)
11. Bissell 19603 Quicksteamer Plus
$229.99 $199.76 list($299.99)
12. Bissell 6900 DigiPro Canister
$223.79 list($299.99)
13. Bissell 7920 ProHeat Pro-Tech
$99.99 list($229.99)
14. Factory-Reconditioned Bissell
$31.74 list($49.99)
15. Bissell 3107B Catch-All Vac
$29.99 list($39.99)
16. Bissell 2650 Sweeper
$11.99 $8.46 list($14.99)
17. Bissell 3250 Steam Mop Replacement
$24.94 list($39.99)
18. Factory-Reconditioned Bissell
$39.99 list($49.99)
19. Bissell 3600A Barbie Real Vacuum,
$39.99 list($49.99)
20. Bissell 1716B Spotlifter Powerbrush

1. Bissell 3594 Cleanview PowerTrak Deluxe Bagless Upright Vacuum
list price: $159.99
our price: $129.99
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Asin: B0001WW2F8
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bissell
Sales Rank: 879
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  • Measures 12 by 15 by 44-1/2 inches; 1-year limited parts-and-labor warranty
  • Upright vacuum with 15-inch cleaning path for carpets and hard-surface floors
  • 7-position carpet-height adjustment; turbo brush cleans stairs and upholstery
  • Electronic dirt sensor; easy-empty dirt cup; HEPA media filter; filter-change indicator
  • Twist-off, wire-reinforced hose; multi-purpose tool, extension wand, and crevice tool included

2. Bissell 3750 Lift-Off Bagless Vacuum
list price: $229.99
our price: $172.99
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Asin: B0001A9ISE
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bissell
Sales Rank: 1383
Average Customer Review: 4.63 out of 5 stars
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The Lift-Off bagless vacuum from Bissell delivers two-in-one cleaning capability and structural smarts for convenient, multi-purpose cleaning. Designed for full-scale use as an upright, the Lift-Off takes its name from the detachable canister that releases from its center for easier maneuvering on stairs and tight corners. A powerful 12 amps in either configuration, the Lift-Off is suitable for low and high carpets as well as bare floors, draperies, and upholstery. The floor nozzle is markedly wide--a full 14-1/2 inches--and delivers dual-edge cleaning, optional brush roll agitation, and seven different heights for floor type variation. The button controlling the brush roll is separate from the power switch, and the nozzle has a view window that lets you track it for clogs or stoppage. Dirt collection on the Lift-Off is bagless, and the removable, rinse-able container locks into place in use. In addition to the cup's built-in filter, the vacuum includes a HEPA Media Filter to keep 99 percent of dust mites, pollen, and ragweed inside the machine. A pre-motor filter keeps particulates out of the engine.

Above-floor cleaning is simplified by the Lift Off's smart attachments, in particular a super stretchy hose that offers nine feet of reach without bulking up the chassis. Other cleaning tools stored on board include a telescoping extension wand, a crevice tool, a stair tool, a dusting brush, and an upholstery tool. Handy extras range from the wide-beam headlight to the extra-gentle furniture bumper to the textured handle grip. The Lift Off comes in a snappy dark red that adds a little spice to cleaning day. Bissell includes a one-year warranty. --Emily Bedard ... Read more


  • Measures 44 by 13 by 14-1/2 inches; 1-year warranty
  • 12-amp bagless upright vacuum with detachable center canister
  • Suitable for carpets, bare floors, stairs, and upholstery
  • HEPA Media Filter captures 99% of dust mites, pollen, and ragweed
  • Includes super-stretch hose and onboard cleaning attachments

Reviews (30)

3-0 out of 5 stars So many features, yet excelling at none
I have been desparate for a "real" vacuum cleaner for a long time. I moved into a loft 2 yrs ago and I inherited my s/o's trusty little dirt devil. The loft has a combination of concrete, tile, laminate, and a variety of (large and furry) area rugs to keep clean and the dirt devil wasn't cutting the mustard.

I bought this one after comparing it to 4 other models at the local Costco. The one I have is green and has a nifty turbo attachment as well, however was priced more than when calculating tax and Amazon's free shipping.

If you want something that is full of features and attachments, this is the vacuum for you. However, there are so many features and attachments, the resulting vacuum is one that makes a lot of compromises.

Here's the rundown in no particular order:
1. Canister and Upright: Yay for both! However, the upright is harder to maneuver, the extender attachment must come off if you have it in canister mode, and the canister looks like it should be kept upright when in canister mode because of the HEPA filter...but it has a really small end to balance on.
2. You have to put it together before you use it. Not a deal-breaker, but if you're not the most do-it-yourself savvy person, it can be a little intimidating.
3. The emptying bin isn't so bad to empty, in fact when we were shopping Bissell had the easiest canister to access and empty: just slide the switch and pull it out (the Hoovers and Eurekas looked like they would be a lot harder and messier to empty). Sure dust can fly, but I just empty it into a grocery bag, tie it up, and that minimizes and contamination that can occur.
4. Hose is relatively indestructible, but doesn't go very far despite its stretchy properties. You need the extender for it to have meaningful reach.
5. Nice edger tool, but disconnecting the hose in the back is a little complicated if you don't also use the extender.
6. Turbo brush works relatively well on stuffed animals and throw pillows but not on carpet. Makes a bizzare whirring noise that can get disconcerting.
7. The cord generally self-unravels. Nice until you start moving around, then it gets messy.
8. 7 floor settings are great, but I have found that unless you have super-shaggy or ultra-deep pile carpet, the middle setting is the best for your average thick carpet. Any less setting and the suction is so hard you can't move it, any higher setting and you get nothing out of the rugs. Bare floor option is nice, but due to the texture of my concrete the low carpet setting with the brush on is the best.
9. So many attachments, no onboard place for two of them. The turbo cleaner and the stair cleaner don't have a home on the vacuum. Alas.
10. Nice that the brush turns off when in an upright position. Disconcerting at first, but once you know about it, it's okay. This almost renders the brush switch pointless for me, but I can see how people who are worried about the brush on their bare floors would want it off.

11. Vacuums well, but I have some newish Ikea carpet that gives off a lot of fuzz. There were still some embedded fur-balls left after a few passes. But in the machine's defense, I don't think those rugs have ever had a "real" vacuuming.
12. HEPA filter blows hot air on your legs. Not a good thing especially since you're essentially giving your arms and back a work-out with this machine
13. Not loud, not quiet. Would have to raise your voice to carry a conversation
14. Manuverability only so-so. Good for wide open spaces, more difficult when you're vacuuming around furniture or edges. Not thin enough at all when in upright mode to vacuum under any of my furniture save for the bed. Needs a clearance of at least 8 inches to poke under and 10-12 inches. to go fully under.

All and all, it is NOT a bad vacuuming machine. It can do everything that you could ever want it to do pretty well, but nothing really great. I'm not sure if there is any other vacuum that would work better for me, and for the price, I would say this was a very fair buy. I just keep looking at the Dyson, and wondering...

5-0 out of 5 stars Great vacuum!
I've only had this unit for a couple of weeks, so I can't comment on durability. However, it looks and feels indestructible. Even the flexible hose for attachments, although heavy, is built like a metal slinky and isn't disfigured or stressed after I dropped the vacuum part off a table onto it. The filters work great and are simple to change out. The dirt is collected and compacted into the bin, so dust doesn't go everywhere when you go to empty it. Stick it in, move a lever and the bin is sealed again. The 'lift off' feature is not really necessary, but seems to be designed well. (I haven't found the Achilles' heel yet, but as an R&D guy in real life, I would want to see how it does attaching and detaching the flexible hose (the slinky) to the base unit a few hundred-thousand times before going to market with it. But, I'm sure someone did.) At some point I am going to attach the unit to a vacuum gauge to see exactly how powerful it is. I had read a bad customer review that was based on poor suction. I haven't needed to pull any industrial strength jobs, but it pulls dog hair galore out of thick carpet, and turned my very thin oriental rug into colors I had never seen before (it had taken on different shades of my dog)... so plenty of suction for anything I've run into. The separate switch for floor brush is nice to turn off for quick dusting jobs. It also flattens horizontally, which is nice for getting under beds and other furniture. However, that same feature makes it a little more difficult to navigate rooms with lots of boarders and power chords, where tilting the front edge of the vacuum up off the carpet to jump over edges is needed frequently. My only real complaint is about the dusting attachment. I had an old Kirby with a dusting attachment with long soft bristles which could be moved across the surface of electronic equipment without bumping into knobs and buttons with something hard. This one has a dusting attachment with a ring of short hard whiskers with which one could poke out an eye. I can't dust the computer keyboard without pressing all the keys, I can't pull dust off a motherboard without clobbering the components. It's really more of a 'scraper' than a duster. It would be good for scrubbing a really tough spot off a tile floor... but not for dusting. I'm assuming I'll be able buy something better to fit the hose, thus earning it five stars. Hopefully this isn't naïve optimism.

5-0 out of 5 stars great deal
well, i think this is a great buy! this cleans so well and makes my carpets look new! i vacuumed with my old vacuum then i vacuumed again over the area with this new one and let me tell you all the dirt this one picked up that my other one did not. overall, i give it a thumbs up!


5-0 out of 5 stars Worth every penny.
There are so many options for vacuum on the market, and it's so hard to find the one that really suits your needs. Am I glad to find this Bissell for my household!! I'd been using Eureka for over ten years, and it finally died on me after replaing three belts over the years. Even though the engine of Eureka was still good, I just thought I really wanted to get a new one this time. After checking so many different models, I finally set my eyes on this Bissell Liftoff. After using it couple times, I am satisfied with its performance. It's much quieter and smoother. Especially the LiftOff part is the greatest feature above all. I get to carry it around to clean the corners and some hard-to-reach spots. It does a wonderful job!! I highly recommend it. ... Read more

3. Bissell 7950 Proheat Self-Propelled Upright Deep Cleaner
list price: $369.99
our price: $274.83
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Asin: B00008URRH
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bissell
Sales Rank: 1594
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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With the 12-amp Proheat self-propelled upright deep cleaner, Bissell has changed the deep-cleaning experience in two key ways: first, you no longer have to break your back pushing the machine around, and second, getting water good and hot is no longer a challenge. The machine is suitable for carpet and water-safe upholstery; it even comes with a bare floor attachment for tackling the grime on your linoleum.

The cleaner is self-propelled in both forward and reverse, though you can manually override this feature if you need to stop to work out a stain or clean upholstery. It contains a built-in heater to get cleaning solution very hot, heating tap water up to 25 extra degrees with a maximum of 180 degrees F. A separate cleaning solution tank lets you set the machine for light or heavy dispersal, and the 1-gallon tank-in-tank water container, while a bit complicated, trims down the machine's overall bulk and weight.

The Proheat has several other notable features, including an oversized 6-row brush roll, a ready-to-use hose, and fingertip controls. It comes with a Scotchgard applicator, a spraying crevice tool, and a stain remover, as well as a practically bionic TurboBrush, complete with its own brush roll. Bissell also builds in a flow indicator to warn you if the tank has run dry and a heater indicator light to eliminate guessing. Helpful details include a carrying handle and quick-release hooks for the power cord. The machine comes with full-size starter bottles of Scotchgard, Bissell Fiber Cleansing Formula, and Bissell Floor Cleansing Formula. --Emily Bedard ... Read more


  • 20 by 12-1/2 by 45-1/4 inches
  • Built-in heater increases temperature of hot tap water by up to 25 degrees F
  • Self-propelled in forward and reverse for less labor-intensive cleaning
  • DirtLifter Powerbrush lifts out ground-in dirt and gently grooms carpet
  • Includes Scotchgard application to keep carpet looking good for longer

Reviews (13)

4-0 out of 5 stars A first-time carpet cleaner
We cleaned our carpets for the first time since moving in and this thing worked miracles with all of our dirty places. The only experience I've had with using carpet cleaners was with the little handheld dirt devil unit (skip that one!). Overall, the machine is easy to use and maintain. The heated water unit is amazing and I don't know how others survive without it. Our carpets look fluffy and brand new again! The handheld attachment works great for stairs and cars, cleaning almost as well as the whole unit.

One word of warning: be careful with the cleaning settings...if you choose "heavy traffic" the machine eats soap like crazy! You could use two 64 oz. bottles for just two rooms if you're not careful!

Since all our carpets are less than 3 years old, when we cleaned them the carpets made tons of fuzzballs that got sucked up into the machine. There doesn't seem to be anyway to pry them out until they dry and either fall out or get sucked in.

5-0 out of 5 stars Self propelled fast and easy cleaning machine
This powerful machine really sucks up dirt and the pile of your carpet, restoring it to a newer appearance. It also removes imbedded pet hair. The heated water and self-propelled features, along with the easy to fill small water container ( I used the bathroom sink) make it easy to use. It's also very quiet, didn't even scare my new kittens and old dog. This is the best carpet cleaner I've owned, and I've had several.

1-0 out of 5 stars The worst $ I ever spent
We bought the first bissel cleaner and it lasted around 13 months before it gave up (just past warrenty). Would quit spraying. The repair man wanted over $80 to fix her and said it was a common problem. Said that the pump & internal hoses were always getting clogged.

I didn't believe him and I thought it did a pretty darn good job cleaning so we went out and bought another one. This one lasted 4 months (two uses) before the same thing happened. Took it to the repair shop as it was still under warrenty. Used in three more times and, guess what? The same problem came back - it would no longer spray water or cleaning solution. This time it was, 1 month past warrenty.

Took it to the guy who did the original repair - who now wanted over $100 to fix it.

So, two machines had the same problem three times over a 2 year period. Too much for just bad luck if you ask me. We're off to buy a Hoover.

1-0 out of 5 stars Disappointed in Connecticut
After reading the reviews on this machine, most of which were positive, I ordered the model 7950. When it arrived, we took it out of the box and put it together...and nothing happened. The motor was working, but nothing else. It wouldn't spray any solution, nor would it take up anything. It just made noise. I have since returned it. I am very disappointed because I was really looking forward to using this machine. Thank you to Amazon for being understanding and making the return process so easy. Maybe if I could get one that works.....

5-0 out of 5 stars Awsome Machine, worth every penny!
I just recieved my machine, and couldnt wait to use it!......With two bullmastiffs (10 months and 11 weeks) in the house it sure had its work cut out for it. And WOW! my carpets look almost brand new!.... ... Read more

4. Bissell 3576 CleanView II Plus Upright Bagless Vacuum
list price: $99.99
our price: $79.99
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Asin: B0001WW2EE
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bissell
Sales Rank: 3027
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  • Measures 12 by 13-1/2 by 42 inches; 1-year limited warranty
  • 12-amp upright vacuum with high-suction power for thorough cleaning
  • Bagless technology with Easy Empty dirt container; HEPA media filter
  • 7 height adjustments; dual-edge cleaning; 13-1/2-inch-wide cleaning path; headlight
  • Stretch hose with extension wand; dusting brush, crevice tool, and multipurpose tool included

5. Bissell 35933 Cleanview Powertrak Plus Upright Bagless Vacuum
list price: $129.99
our price: $99.99
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Asin: B0001WW2EY
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bissell
Sales Rank: 2982
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  • Measures 12 by 15 by 44-1/2 inches; 1-year limited parts-and-labor warranty
  • Upright vacuum with 15-inch cleaning path for carpets and hard-surface floors
  • 7 height adjustments; bright headlight; turbo brush cleans stairs and upholstery
  • Easy-empty dirt cup; HEPA media filter; filter-change indicator; 35-foot power cord
  • Wire-reinforced hose; multi-purpose tool, extension wand, and crevice tool included

6. Bissell 1425B Little Green Proheat Turbo Carpet Cleaner
list price: $119.99
our price: $99.99
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Asin: B000069K6U
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bissell
Sales Rank: 1454
Average Customer Review: 3.66 out of 5 stars
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A powerful mini steam-vac, the Little Green turbo compactmultipurpose cleaner from Bissell uses hot water and a cleaning agentto eliminate both deep-down dirt and surface spills. Designed for useon carpet, upholstery, automobile seats, and more, the Little Greendisperses and sucks up cleansing solution in one swipe across the dirtysurface. The machine stores water and soap in separate compartments,blends them for dispersal, and recovers them together into a dirtywater tank. An optional built-in heater with indicator light keeps hotwater heated during cleaning. The unit features a built-in hose with asolution trigger, a tough-stain tool, and a TurboBrush with its ownpowered brush roll. The hose wraps around the base, and the power cordstores on quick-release hooks on the body. The tanks are easy toremove, fill, and replace, and the machine can be stored ready to use.Bissell includes an 8-ounce starter bottle of cleaning solution to getyou started. --Emily Bedard ... Read more


  • Measures 17-1/4 by 8-1/4 by 14-1/2 inches; weighs 11.65 pounds
  • Compact multipurpose wet vacuum delivers thorough deep cleaning
  • Powerful spray and suction clean and help dry in one step
  • Built-in heater keeps water hot for optimal results
  • Rotating TurboBrush gets at ground-in dirt

Reviews (62)

4-0 out of 5 stars Works great on pet stains
Having recently adopted a new puppy, I needed a good carpet cleaner to get up those "accident" stains. I actually had purchased this carpet cleaner back in July, but only just now started using it.

-INCREDIBLY easy to use
-Works GREAT on new stains!
-Heats up quickly
-Not too heavy, easy to lug around
-Attractive design

-Sometimes leaks (I just suck the leaks back up)
-Suction could be better (does a decent job)
-Have to get down on your knees to use this machine
-Somewhat loud, especially when it's on "brush" mode
-Doesn't work that well on old stains

Overall, I have found it to be well worth the cost. It has some downsides, but it does its job well. This cleaner is NOT meant to do entire rooms with, it's best when used for spot cleaning.

While it doesn't work well on old stains, it does work a little. I scrubbed at some older stains with it and they faded to about half what they were before.

That being said, this is a decent product. I have not tried any similar products to compare, as this one does what I needed it to do. I highly recommend it for that reason.

3-0 out of 5 stars Needs improvement
I have an older Bissell model called Little Green Deluxe which I have used successfully for pet stain removal. The various tools have become difficult to remove from my old machine so I just purchased the new Proheat Turbo--I always assume new is better but in this case it is not.

The brush on the turbo just isn't stiff enough. I think there should be a stiff brush for carpets that can take a beating and a softer one for upholstery. The stain I cleaned seems to have been partially removed but some parts look brighter and lighter than others--perhaps the cleaning solution has been improved. However, the heater doesn't do much. Bissell customer service claims the heater will add 25 degrees to the heat of the water/solution mix you add to the input container. Oddly enough the instruction book says you can leave unused solution in the container and ready to go but in talking to a customer representative I was told NOT to do that because the heater will only heat cold water to 25 degrees. They recommended I pour the solution in a different container and heat it in my microwave (but do not boil) and then pour it back into the Bissell input container. Furthermore they suggest you keep unused water/solution mixture in a jar and never in the Bissell container if you will not be using it immediately.

The reason I called customer service is that the second time I used the unit (within a few days of first use), the nozzle had clogged. Easily unclogged with a pin but I never had this happen with my old unit. Instructions say that if the unit doesn't spray the nozzle could be clogged but does not tell you how to unclog it. I got through to customer service right away but was thinking that if this was Sunday when they are closed I would not be able to resolve this issue immediately--best to have had those instructions in the manual.

I also notice that there has been no improvement to the way the tools attach to the hose part. They snap together much like a vaccuum but in time my old unit has become very hard to push the little button down to release the tool from the hose. I have resorted to using the back of a spoon or anything else I can think of to depress this little piece of plastic. I have tried petroleum jelly around the connections hoping it would make the release easier but that did not help. I am talking about an older unit but don't understand why the new one has no improvement in this area.

The suction on the Little Green Proheat is not great--even on my older unit I have wanted better suction power. I was using the turbo brush on a tightly woven garage carpet and could not understand why it just was not sucking up the dirty water. When I finally gave up on the job and took the machine to the kitchen sink to clean it up I discovered the turbo brush water intake area was clogged with dog hair even though I had thoroughly vaccuumed the area before using the Proheat. This is not a problem experienced with my older unit but then it doesn't have a turbo brush and the intake area of dirty water on the regular brush seems to have a larger opening. I guess I should have resumed the suctioning once I discovered the dog hair but by that time I was done with this whole thing and proceeded to empty the containers and clean the unit.

Cleaning the Proheat is no easy chore. A great improvement would be a completely detachable hose. Be sure that the hose end is hanging in your sink or you will have dirty water on the floor, countertop and maybe on you. I looked into the hose and saw clumps of wet dog hair so I ran water into the hose to see if I could flush it out. That worked but it also flushed out a lot of yucky stuff into the area formerly occupied by the bottom of the dirty water tank so that created another mess. There is also an area where I could see more guck but couldn't reach it--kept probing with my fingers and wishing this machine came apart and could be properly cleaned out since once the guck dries it might really be stuck in there. Many water flushings later I think I got most or all of clumped dog hair and guck out--not easy to lift the machine and shake it upside down over the sink. No matter how many paper towels I used, I could not get all the remaining sand out of the area where the base of the dirty water tank sits. After it dried overnight I was able to vaccuum up the remaining sand with another machine. More time was spent on cleaning the Proheat than using it.

Although this machine looks "cool" and it is nice to see the water levels in the tanks, you cannot stand those bottles up when they have liquid in them. This is minor but I had an occasion where I wanted to set the container down and didn't have it capped yet and that is not possible (phone rings at the worse times).

I expected Bissell to have made a much better product and I don't think there's much else currently on the market for quick spot cleaning of home carpets or car interiors. The idea of this machine is great--a useful product for many people but this machine needs better design, more suction power, perhaps real "steam", detachable hose, improved tool to hose connection and easier to clean would be on my want list.

Until improvements are made I will use my older model and take this new one back to the store.

1-0 out of 5 stars Flawed Sprayer
The Little Green Machine worked well unitl the sprayer quit. This was disappointing considering we had only used it a handful of times. I agree with the reviewer that suggested a recall. It's a shame to have wasted the $.

1-0 out of 5 stars Bissell Should Issue a Recall
I've never written a poor review on a product before, but after reading the some of the other reviews, it appears that Bissell has a flawed sprayer and should consider issuing a recall. <br /> <br /> My sister purchased a Bissell Little Green for herself, used it once and thought it was great so she bought one for me. She then went to use it again and the sprayer didn't work so she called Bissell. Bissell gave her the name of a repair shop she had to deliver the machine to (which was 17 miles from her home). The shop had to send the machine back to Bissell. Six weeks later she received a call from the repair shop that it was in, so she had to drive back to the store to pick it up. Don't you think Bissell could have sent it to her?<br /> <br /> My Bissell also worked only once before the sprayer clogged, and I've tried to clean it myself but nothing yet has worked. I can't locate the gift receipt, so I won't be able to send it back in for repair. <br /> <br /> Bottom line: Beware<br /> <br /> <br /> <br />

2-0 out of 5 stars Worked well; briefly
I have thought that somehow I did something to mess up the machine but after reading the reviews I realized it wasn't the user it was the machine. I have two cats and a dog so there are going to be some major messes to clean up. My sprayer quit working; I've tried soaking it in hot water and vinegar and could not get it to open up. When I turn it on it has a strong smell of urine (mainly what it cleans up) eventhough I have cleaned the tank and the dirty water tank leaks. I would like to get another cleaner so if anyone can recommend another please do. Don't waste your money. ... Read more

7. Bissell 1425A Little Green ProHeat
list price: $99.99
our price: $89.99
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Asin: B00006F2JR
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bissell
Sales Rank: 3559
Average Customer Review: 4.57 out of 5 stars
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Designed for surface or ground-in dirt, the Bissell Little Green ProHeat multipurpose cleaner uses hot water and a cleaning agent to remove stains from upholstery, carpet, car seats, and more. A compact and efficient unit, the 9 amp Little Green disperses and sucks up cleaning solution in one swipe of the nozzle. Shampoo and clean water are stored in individual compartments, while the dirty-water recovery tank is completely separate. Bissell's built-in heater (optional during use) keeps hot water heated for maximum cleaning power. The unit features a built-in 5-1/2-foot hose with a solution trigger and a tough-stain tool for stubborn spots. The hose wraps around the base when not in use, and the 20-foot power cord stores on quick-release side hooks. The 48-ounce tanks are easy to remove, fill, and replace, and the machine can be stored ready to use. Bissell includes a one-year warranty and an 8-ounce bottle of cleaning solution to get you started. --Emily Bedard ... Read more


  • Measures 17-1/4 by 8-1/4 by 14-1/2 inches; weighs 9.65 pounds
  • Compact multipurpose wet vacuum for cleaning carpet and upholstery
  • Powerful nozzle disperses and recovers spray in one step
  • Built-in heater keeps water hot for optimal results
  • Stores ready to use for quick clean-up

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars Bissell is the Best
I have wall to wall carpets and 7 cats, who occasionally cough up hairballs, which for anyone who has cats will know, that can be somewhat messy. This is by far the best cleaning machine for carpets I have found. Much better than lugging out the big wet/dry vac for small spots. Thank you, Bissell. Job well done.

5-0 out of 5 stars Little Green ProHeat + Puppy = Woo Hoo!
OK So I bought this little baby before we got our puppy. I had bought it for the 2 cats that we have and thought it might come in handy for little messes.

My wife bought me a puppy for Christmas, and since then I wll say that I thank myself every day for deciding to buy the Little Green. I have used it almost every day since our puppy arrived, and it works great! Takes out every stain that the little girl can throw at it (at trust me she has thrown a lot!). I wouldn't reccomend it for large surface area cleaning since it would take for ever and there would be a lot of work constantly filling the clean side and dumping the dirty side. But for those little messes, it works like a champ. Haven't had any problems or leaks, but I have only had this for a little over a month. So far it has been well worth what I paid!

4-0 out of 5 stars This Little Steam Cleaner Really Works
With four dogs and 4 cats we needed something to keep our couch and area rugs looking nice. I was really suprised at how well this product worked! The colors in our couch look "new" again (with the build up of kitty hair-it had a look to it as if you were viewing it with a soft focus lens). It also did a respectible job on our area rugs. Considering the cost of this cleaner, I would say that it is an awesome buy for small cleaning jobs.

4-0 out of 5 stars Best Little Green Machine
I've used other portable steamers in the past, and the Bissell Little Green Proheat is definately the best one I've purchased. I only wished I would have got one of these a couple of years ago. With three dogs and three cats this steamer gets used a lot.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good for upholstery I don't particularly like it for Carpet
My partner bought this for our office. We have area rugs over hardwood floors so we didn't need anything very big.

Her husband used it to clean the upholstry in his car and was quite enthusiastic. I used it on an area rug and thought it was only so-so. With no brush action it definitely doesn't deep clean, and while the heated water can be useful you have to be careful because hot water will set some organic stains.

The hose is only 5 1/2 feet long so expect to get on your knees for the carpet stains.

With those caveats, it does what it says, but I would be tempted to pay a little more and get the turbo brush model. ... Read more

8. Bissell 3108 EasyVac Powerbrush
list price: $59.99
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B0000638TM
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bissell
Sales Rank: 829
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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Designed for bare floors, carpets, upholstery, and stairs, theEasyVac Powerbrush from Bissell is a highly versatile vacuum. First of all, themachine features two motors--one for suction and one that rotates the powerbrush. The power brush itself is optional, turning off with the flip of a switchfor cleaning linoleum and hardwood floors. The machine's 11-inch floor nozzlefeatures an edge-cleaning design and a transparent hatch that reveals the powerbrush in action. The EasyVac's detachable canister is great for hand-vacuumingand above-the-floor jobs. Onboard attachments convert with minimum hassle andinclude a crevice tool and a 5-foot stretch hose. At just 11 pounds, thismachine is relatively lightweight, so it's easy to carry, lift, and push.Bissell equips it with a bagless dirt collection cup--just note when the cup'sfull and pop it off to empty. Inside the cup, a reusable filter trapsparticulates to improve air quality in the home. Dual quick-release storagehooks keep the 18-foot power cord in place, and the machine's casters are gentleon floors. A loop in the handle allows for hanging storage. --EmilyBedard ... Read more


  • Measures 11-1/2 by 9 by 47-1/2 inches
  • Ideal for home or offices with varied floor surfaces
  • Powerful, 6-amp two-motor system
  • Includes detachable canister and on-board tools
  • Light-weight--just 11 pounds

Reviews (24)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Value for the price
I bought this vacuum after using a Dirt Devil for 10 years. The handle on the dirt devil broke off, so I needed a new vacuum. We live in a small home with mostly hardwood floors with a few area rugs. I've been so happy with this machine! I haven't used my broom in two weeks. Everytime I vacuum the rugs, I switch over to hardwood floor mode and vacuum the floors too. I love the fact that it is lightweight, but still powerful. I've never had a "bagless" vacuum before, but I love seeing all the dust and dirt that I pick up each time I vacuum. Thanks Bissell!

5-0 out of 5 stars Very EASY Vacuuming
This is the best handy vacuuming device I have ever purchased. With 3 kids, 1 dog, 1 bird, and a very busy schedule, I wanted something for quick daily sweep-ups. I tried my dust buster, the electric brooms etc. This vacuum is perfect. I have wood floors and area rugs of various sizes and the transistion is easy. Just flip the switch. There is a handle on the top to aid handling. It's light and quiet. It empties and filters like a dustbuster. It rests upright when you want it to and doesn't klunk you on the head unexpectedly. Pick-up is great. Powerbrush works fine. The power cord is basically room size. This vacuum is the one to use for daily and weekly (even hourly) tidying up. I bought it a month ago and haven't brought out the Electrolux yet. Inevitably, I will because for the big time cleaning under the beds etc. I will need my canister vac. with the floor brush on the long handle. Buy this vacuum if you want to do the Monster whole house vacuuming less often. The Easy Vac is perfect for Quick EASY vacuuming.

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome Vacuum
I just purchased this vacuum at Linens n Things ($40) after researching all day. I love it so far. It worked great on my hardwood floors and did wonders for my area rugs too - the fact that you can switch between carpet and hard floors is a plus. I'm actually amazed (and somewhat embarrassed ) at how much cat hair and dirt I emptied out of the filter compartment after just one use. Overall a great vacuum for light jobs.

5-0 out of 5 stars AWESOME PRODUCT

5-0 out of 5 stars I Love It!
If you hate to sweep, get this vacuum for your wood and tile floor. I'm never using my broom again! It picks up all the cat hair, cat litter, sand the kids track in and who knows what else. It is quite an eye opener when you empty out the dirt cup to see what was on the floor. It is light and easy to handle. I would use a bigger vacuum for a large area of carpet, but it works great on throw rugs and entry way mats. Can't recommend it highly enough for kitchen and living room cleaning. ... Read more

9. Bissell 35932 Cleanview Powertrak Upright Bagless Vacuum
list price: $119.99
our price: $89.99
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Asin: B0001WW2EO
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bissell
Sales Rank: 12652
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  • Measures 12 by 15 by 42 inches; 1-year limited warranty
  • Upright vacuum with 15-inch-wide cleaning path for carpets and hard-surface floors
  • 7 height adjustments; HEPA media filter; electronic filter-change indicator
  • Easy Empty dirt cup; bright headlight; 30-foot power cord provides easy maneuverability
  • Wire-reinforced hose; multi-purpose tool, extension wand, and crevice tool included

10. Bissell 3574 CleanView II Upright Bagless Vacuum
list price: $89.99
our price: $69.99
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Asin: B0001WW1OA
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bissell
Sales Rank: 4144
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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  • Measures 12 by 13-1/2 by 42 inches; 1-year limited warranty
  • 12-amp upright vacuum with high-suction power for thorough cleaning
  • Bagless technology with Easy Empty dirt container; HEPA media filter
  • 7 height adjustments; dual-edge cleaning; 13-1/2-inch-wide cleaning path; headlight
  • Stretch hose with extension wand; dusting brush, crevice tool, and multipurpose tool included

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars Never again Bissell
I have owned the 3575 model for about nine months. Saw the reviews, it fit my budget, thought it would be a good thing. Definitely not. It gets stuck on the places on the carpet that are a bit worn, suction is awful, the hose doesn't stretch like it says it should. At first it was ok, not the best, but as time has gone on, it has just gotten worse. And even though I clean the filters, empty the cup(that's easy, one good thing), check the belt, it still smells like something is burning. I used this machine to vacuum my rug, then used a friend's Oreck. I couldn't believe the amount of stuff I heard going through that machine, even though I had just vacuumed! So, this machine is headed for the thrift shop, along with the Big Green CLean Machine. ... Read more

11. Bissell 19603 Quicksteamer Plus Lightweight Deep Cleaner
list price: $90.00
our price: $69.99
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Asin: B00005OU03
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bissell
Sales Rank: 1527
Average Customer Review: 4.13 out of 5 stars
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  • Ideal for high traffic areas, overall cleaning, and spots and spills
  • Convenient & lightweight - weighs less than 12 lbs. and stores ready to use
  • 6 Rows of powerful Cross Action Brushes loosen embedded dirt
  • Large wheels for easy maneuverability
  • Strain Reliever Handle ergonomically designed to reduce hand and wrist stress

Reviews (31)

5-0 out of 5 stars The perfect solution to pet "spills"
We bought this steam cleaner because we needed something that we could quickly pull out to clean our carpet after dog accidents. It has been wonderful. I am so impressed with the cleaning abilities on this little machine. While it may not be the best choice if you want to do your entire house, it is perfect to keep in the closet and pull out at a moment's notice for spills. It is amazing to see how dirty the water is when I go to dump it out. I also found that if you run the Bissel over the cleaned spot until no more water is pulled out, the carpet will dry very quickly afterwards.

A must have if you are like us and have an old dog who is having some problems remembering where he is supposed to do his business. My anxiety about my carpets has been completely relieved with this machine.

5-0 out of 5 stars Surprising Results for Such a Cheap Appliance!
I am new to do-it-yourself carpet cleaning and have always paid someone else to come and do it for me. But I recently bought my son a dog for his birthday (to add to our collection of 3 rabbits, 1 chinchilla, 1 hamster, 4 degus, 2 fish and a toddler) and we live in an apartment next to a river - this means lots of MUD and PET and FOOD messes on my carpet. Plus my son has allergies - dust mite. I bought this machine because I wanted to be able to clean my carpets whenever I want - not wait for an appointment and pay around $80 / cleaning! (And the carpet guys didn't even move my furniture for me!) Plus, when having every room cleaned at once, where am I supposed to move my furniture anyway? So I thought I'd try this and I LOVE it. My carpet is SO clean - it got old spots out and you should have seen the dirty water tank - YUCK! Totally easy to setup and use - I am cleaning the carpets every week now. (Seriously) It's almost fun! I recommend the Bissel carpet detergent in the green bottle - the allergy stuff with Scotchguard. It works great and smells nice, without being too strong. Strong smells are bad for people with allergies. They even give you a free bottle to try in the box with the machine. How nice. Now I sound like I work for Bissel - which I don't - but I am just so happy that for once, I got MORE than I paid for. Thank you, Bissel. I am so happy with my purchase - I am going to tell everybody I know about this.

1-0 out of 5 stars Works well at first but does not last
I have had it for over 2 years and it did work fine. I used it twice in those years and then went to use it again and guess what the pump was not pushing the water through anymore. Now I understand why it was one of the cheapest.<br /> Olena

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic for small jobs
I have owned a Bissell Quicksteamer for over a year, and I am extremely pleased with it. This is the ideal machine for small jobs around the house. Do your pets have occasional "accidents"? Do your kids spill and drip? If so, you will lower your blood pressure substantially by owning one of these.

This machine is extremely easy to fill, empty, and clean. It's quite compact too, so it's easy to carry it to where you need it and to store it when you're done. The QuickSteamer does quite a good job of sucking back up what it sprays into your carpet, which is the real test of a carpet cleaner. It's easy to spray stuff into the carpet; not so easy to suck it back up. The carpet is usually only slightly damp to the touch immediately after cleaning it with the QuickSteamer, and is usually dry in just a few hours. Although the QuickSteamer lacks a moving brush, I find this is not much of an issue. The fixed brush does a reasonable job of scrubbing the carpet and allowing the cleaning solution to reach into the carpet.

On the down side, the machine is a bit loud, with a very shrill high pitch. Animals and small children will flee when they see you are about to turn it on. Also, it does not do well with carpets that have a lot of dust and hair. Ideally, you should vacuum that kind of stuff before using the QuickSteamer. I find I can easily clean a carpet of 20 to 30 square feet (say a 4-foot by 6-foot rug) with the QuickSteamer, however, it starts to feel a bit onerous on a larger area, such as an 8-foot by 10-foot rug. It's really not designed for such a task, so if that's your need, then you should probably consider purchasing a larger machine.

I can honestly say that the QuickSteamer does about as good a job as the big heavy machines I have rented. The lot of them, the QuickSteamer and all the rented machines, have all succeed in removing a shocking amount of gunk from even seemingly clean carpets. The QuickSteamer did manage to get out a stain that a large rented machine left behind, however. All things considered, I think the QuickSteamer is an outstanding machine. It's well worth the modest price.

5-0 out of 5 stars hey it works
im mr sceptic and when i learned this had no rotating brushes and saw its size i was going to take it back to buy a larger model but someone convinced me it works and that the pro kind u rent doesnt have rotating brushes anyway so i put it together it was easy to put together like my bissell vacuum they seem to excel in the category after about 5 minutes i was set i first cleaned the living room i noticed its easy to push and not any louder than a regular sweeper well to my surprise this little thing cleaned just aswell as the pro machine i rented and not only that it used less carpet chemical and it left the floor less wet so it dried much faster my carpets all look like new again this thing works amazingly well and its easy to use and put together the tanks small but its still large enough u can do each entire room before changing the tank and the tank design is pretty genius and you wont have to worry about spilling it very easily others complain this regular model has no rotating brush but u can suck up the dirty water forward and backward with this because of the passive brush and it seems to work better besides i hear the rotating brushes go out easy well folks there u have it i paid 69 bucks it cleaned a 2000 sq foot house easily making white carpets pristine its easy to put together easy to push u see the dirty water comeup the tanks almost spillproof it doesnt soak the carpets as bad as a rental so they dry faster and it even comes with enough carpet shampoo for 1 cleaning ps when u buy cleaning solution get the bissel fabric care in the blue bottle that comes with this machine it smells great and i find it works better in this particular machine ... Read more

12. Bissell 6900 DigiPro Canister Vacuum
list price: $299.99
our price: $229.99
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Asin: B00008NRTZ
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bissell
Sales Rank: 11466
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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You may think of canister vacuums as clumsy beasts, but the 12-amp Bissell DigiPro canister vacuum is anything but. Built with exacting attention to details and sturdy components, the vacuum is easy to use and versatile enough for the whole house. Plus, it incorporates filtration and digital sensor technology that automatically adjusts suction power for optimal results.

Designed for bare floors and carpet, the DigiPro's floor nozzle has edge-cleaning construction, five different heights, a 13-inch cleaning path, and a wide headlight. You can adjust suction with the variable power controls, using low for delicates, economy for normal cleaning, and high for ground-in dirt. Or, leave it on automatic to make use of Bissell's digital detection system. The 5-row brush roll can be switched off if necessary, and the wand telescopes to accommodate different user heights or hard-to-reach tasks. The washable HEPA filtration is a boon to allergy sufferers--it traps up to 99.9 percent of ragweed, dust mites, and pollen.

The DigiPro is useful for above-floor jobs and stairways, too, with a compact shape that fits onto stairs, and a dusting brush, upholstery tool, and crevice attachment stored onboard. Handy extras include a bag-change indicator, fingertip switches, automatic cord rewind, and oversized toe-tap buttons. Large casters, swivel-glide wheels, and a comfortable carrying handle enhance maneuverability. For storage, the nozzle can be parked in two places on the canister, which stores either upright or horizontal. Bissell includes 12 extra vacuum bags to get you started. --Emily Bedard ... Read more


  • 18 by 11-1/2 by 40 inches; weighs 21-1/4 pounds
  • Digital sensor automatically adjusts suction power for optimal results
  • Dirtlifter Powerbrush with 5 height adjustments, headlight, and fingertip controls
  • Washable HEPA filtration system traps 99.9% of common allergens
  • 360-degree swivel caster and large easy glide wheels

Reviews (6)

2-0 out of 5 stars Reviewer has a good point, HEPA of very poor design
The Reviewer makes an excellent point! This unit will not provide HEPA filtration of exaust air. So if you are buying this unit due to allergies or based on the procaimed HEPA filtration you would do best to pass this unit up. However as a normal vacuum, the unit is very good. Due to its small size it is very easy to manuver through tight spots. Suction is very good as well as the power head. The hose is of poor quality and tends to kink, but all in all a good vacuum. They just shouldn't claim HEPA filtration as the previous reviewer (mictrik) has pointed out so well. These days it isn't hard to find vacuums with HEPA filtration so passing this unit up wont be to big of a loss. Fix this issue and Bissell would have a true star.

3-0 out of 5 stars If you don't care about HEPA filter - quite good choice
Ok. I reported "air flow problem through power cord attachment place" to the Bissell and that's what they gave me:

"I have been advised that the air release you describe is in the design of the machine and this issue is not unique to your vacuum. It is normal for some air to pass through the filter and some to vent from the bottom of the machine.

The air that passes through the HEPA filter captures over 99.9% of dust mites, pollen, and ragweed."

No offence to the customer support agent she just gave information what she had to give (provided by tech department, I believe)

But still.. this is a crap. How come HEPA filer could work if more than 90% of airflow goes not through the filter?!

If you do not care about HEPA filter, it still very good choice - it's quiet, has a nice look, very good telescoping pipe.

5-0 out of 5 stars works great on my hardwood floors
Originally, bought this the first time I saw it at Linens-N-Things, then decided to see if I could find it cheaper online. Cheapest I could find was the J&R Music and Computer World price at Amazon, but when I read the customer review that said, despite its claims, it didn't actually work on hardwood floors, I decided I had better test out the one I'd already bought since ALL I have are hardwood (90%), vinyl, and a bit of ceramic tile.

IT WORKED BEAUTIFULLY ON MY HARDWOOD FLOORS, picked everything up, and I have not admittedly swept or vacuumed them since before Thanksgiving, PLUS I had just gotten rid of some cats, so there was litter to sweep up - just make sure the beater bar is turned off, but the suction is turned on (which it is not turned on out-of-the-box), either that or you have a defective product.

On top of that, it's lightweight, swivels nicely, is quiet (as vacuums go), easy to lug about the apartment, has strong suction power, the bag appears to be easy to replace, and the attachments are fabulous - I actually prefer the smaller size. The trim around my floors is carved and caked w/years of re-painting; so, it was hard to clean them w/a rag - the crevice tool worked like a charm. I also cleaned a couch w/rather rough upholstery, two chairs w/smooth, silky upholstery, and a my computer chair with the upholstery attachment; as well as sweeping the window sills and attempting even to sweep the blinds with the dusting attachment. All of them rated 5 star in my book...

So unless you are really super duper concerned w/all that HEPA filter jazz another reviewer was complaining about, I would highly recommend this product. I've used really bad, old canisters, and mostly used uprights, and this vacuum is the best - if you have hardwood floors the canister is the way to go, but, even on carpets, I think I would prefer this particular model to an upright anyday, which are generally heavy and clunky to lug around, in my opinion (I originally tested the floor model on the berber carpet at LnT and it worked very well there, too, but I couldn't say for higher/thicker/whatever carpets).

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't be fooled you will not get true HEPA output!!
Yes this vacuum is lite, it's small, it has very good suction and reasonable (a bit small) tools. Though one of the biggest reasons many people buy it is for is it's proclaimed HEPA filtration. This seems like false advertising and I shall explain why. The unit is advertised to provide HEPA filtration but most of the exaust is not expelled through the filter!! Rather it is expelled through the rear of the vacuum where the cord is attached. This is likely because the unit is not sealed. A HEPA filter is attached on the exaust port at the top of the unit but exaust is routed out of cracks do to back-pressure from the HEPA filter. HEPA filters can catch particles as small as 3 microns and this makes them very resistant to air flow. Back pressure is built up due to this resistance and the resulting pressure forces the air to escape through paths of lesser resistance. Unfortunately this releases most all the molds, dust mites, and other allergins into the air. As matter of fact it seems that the filter may only filter 15% of the exaust on this vacuum, the rest finds its way out the cord release and other cracks. Bottom line the unit is flawed by design and saying it offers HEPA filtration is a lie. Anyone who designed this vacuum had to of known this to be true before it hit the market. Their is just about no way any design engineer could of overlooked this. Bissell desided to sell the unit anyway and claim it has HEPA filtration. What a con... Now many people will purchase this unit and never realize that it is not providing the level of filtration it advertised.
I did call their customer service and the service rep (very nice) did confirm that exaust was also expelled from the rear on the sample unit they had in the office. This was all he could say. I Would love to hear from someone at Bissell with regard to this. It would be nice to see a company stand behind their claims. Untill then no stars!!!

2-0 out of 5 stars Sucky
Based in part on the glowing reviews on this site, I purchased this Bissell 6900 vacuum for our small condo. Previously I used a Mighty-Mite canister vacuum for our place, but it has gotten quite old, the hose has a permanent crimp in it, and it never did a very good job on our few area rugs. Most of our floor is bare hardwood, however.

Turns out the Bissell is the exact opposite problem. When I turn on the brushes, it does quite a good job of cleaning our area rugs, but when I turn off the brush, it refuses to pick up anything more substantial than a dust bunny from the hardwood floor. It seems that the base is too wide to allow substantial suction, and there is nothing coming in contact with the floor to dislodge any stuck particles. I dumped a small amount of fresh cat litter on the hardwood floor and tried to pick it up with the Bissell. Very unsatisying, I could have done it faster and more thoroughly with a broom and dustpan.

It seems that a different attachment would work much better for bare floors than the standard one with the brushes, but alas, the one that comes with the vacuum is only about 3 inches wide. The claim that this vacuum works great for both carpet and hardwood seems totally bogus to me.

Some other notes:
- It is actually very quiet with the brushes turned off.
- Suction is also good, as tested by removing the cleaning head and using the various attachments.
- Telescoping feature is nice, but sometimes doesn't lock in place correctly when going over bumpy terrain
- Adjustible power feature seems kind of froofy; I'm not clear on what kind of person would say "well, the floor isn't really TOO dirty, let's ramp down the power a bit today..."

Summary: I wouldn't recommend this vacuum for anyone with more than a few patches of hardwood floor. ... Read more

13. Bissell 7920 ProHeat Pro-Tech Carpet Cleaner
list price: $299.99
our price: $223.79
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Asin: B00005NWX7
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bissell
Sales Rank: 2421
Average Customer Review: 3.07 out of 5 stars
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Equipped with system for monitoring work speed and a heater forboosting performance, this upright machine deep-cleans carpets and rugsby forcing a warm solution of water and cleansing concentrate intofibers and vacuuming up the dirty solution. The 1440-watt machine alsoscrubs bare floors (but not hardwood floors) and cleans stairs,upholstery, auto interiors, and even mattresses with onboard tools thatspray dirty surfaces and crevices with the cleaning solution. A poweredhand-tool that either brushes or vacuums at the flick of a switchaccompanies the machine and attaches to a flexible accessories hose.The heater's advantage over ordinary machines is that it increases thecleaning solution's temperature (up to but not exceeding 180 degrees F)and prevents the solution from cooling. The electronic monitor displayslights showing whether the machine is going back and forth too fast foroptimum performance. This model also has an applicator for spraying 3MScotchgard dirt-and-stain protector (8 ounces included) onto a carpet.Here's how the machine works: A plastic bottle for filling withBissell's Fiber Cleansing Formula (16 ounces included) fits into thebase. A removable 1-gallon tank contains a bladder to hold clean waterfor mixing with the cleansing concentrate. (Dirty water vacuumed by themachine collects around the bladder.) A dial offers three settings forvarious tasks: normal, high traffic, and water rinse/carpet protector.A trigger on the machine's handle applies solution as desired. Aflow-indicator spins when solution is applied and stops if the tankneeds refilling. There's a switch for applying solution through thetools: tough-stain brush, upholstery tool, bare-floor head, crevicetool, pretreat wand. (The machine does not heat solution for tools.)The machine's 12-inch floating brush-roll automatically adjusts forcarpet heights. Safe for virtually all carpets and upholstery fabrics,the deep-cleaning method can be turned off for dry-vacuuming delicatewool and Oriental rugs. The machine quickly assembles in five steps,using two bolts and nuts and two Phillips-head screws (all included).An especially understandable assembly/instruction booklet accompaniesthe machine, which carries a 1-year warranty against defects. --FredBrack ... Read more


  • Lights monitor speed for peak performance
  • Deep-cleans carpets with hot water and cleaning concentrate (bare floors, too)
  • Built-in heater heats hot tap water and maintains temperature for effectiveness
  • Powered hand-tool to clean upholstery, stairs; applicator for carpet protection
  • Included: brush, upholstery tool, crevice tool

Reviews (56)

5-0 out of 5 stars This carpet cleaner works miracles
I normally don't enter reviews for products I have purchased, but after using this machine I had to respond. My carpets have been professionally cleaned for years, but this has become quite expensive. I decided to try the cleaning myself, and after careful investigation I decided the Bissell machine was the one I would try. And wow did it work! My husband couldn't believe how clean the carpets have become. And with the convenience of having this in my own home, I can clean any time I want. I would recommend this product to anyone!

2-0 out of 5 stars I have had two of these and they both broke!
I really like this product when it works. But, I have had multiple problems with both of the units I have bought. The sprayer has stopped permanently at least twice necessitating professional repair that was slow and costly, and I have had other problems as well which completely disabled the machine.

I have three little dogs, and we heat with wood which brings wood for the woodstove in over the carpet. I have an excellent cyclonic hepa-filter vacuum cleaner, but I also need a WORKING steam cleaner for my carpets, as well, and not one which is in the shop all the time.

I have tried two of these Pro-heats, and the next one I buy will be the Hoover model. I have read the reviews on that one, and there are complaints about quality for that product, as well, but I am still going to give it a try.

I am THROUGH with the Bissel even though it was easy to set up and use and did quite a good job. It is just too unreliable. Bissel needs to get their act together and do some serious quality control improvement on this machine!

4-0 out of 5 stars This ProHeat is alright...
I had previously owned a Proheat Carpet Cleaner (purchased it at Circuit City for $... when it was on demo clearance) It broke after about 10 uses. I tried to replace the motor but the replacement part was too expensive ($...), so I disposed the whole thing.

Recently, I just bought one at BestBuy for $... (opened box item) and also bought the 4 years extended warranty for $.... This machine is alright. It does what it promised. The complaints I have is that it doesn't have the option to turn off the suction and let the brush brushes a while so it clean more effectly. The soap and water must be replaced too often even just for small area. Also, the whole unit is all plastic and it's brittle. The last unit I owned was broke at the foot lever (tilt release).

I did not have a chance to compare this to other brand such as Hoover. I only bought this based on the decent price opportunity. Overall, I like this machine although I think Bissel could improve more. I wouldn't have any complaint if the price is $..., otherwise, it is way overpriced.

3-0 out of 5 stars Flimsy - Don't move it like a vacuum.
The plastic parts don't hold up very well when it is loaded with water. The lock in the hinge was the first to break when I tried to tilt it with a full dirty water tank. Then the suction lip broke off when get caught at a corner. The internal hose connecting the motor and the dirty water tank broke the next. The 90 degree range of movement is a little too much for such a tiny section of hose.
It appears to me the designers of the steamvac do not use it much themselves. The upright vacuum format, while convenient, is not the best format for a steamvac that can be 50+ pounds when loaded.

1-0 out of 5 stars Good Idea ruined by cheap Plastic parts
The first time I used the machine it was GREAT. Then the splastic sprocket that rolls the roller brush broke. Under warranty, no problem. Drove 60 miles to have it fixed, picked it up the following week. Once again, it worked great for the next three uses. Then the same plastic part broke again. No longer under warranty. I think the people who are giving this machine good reviews haven't owned it long enough for the plastic to wear out. Bissell could have a great machine if they wouldn't use such cheap parts. They might find people are willing to pay the higher price for a dependable machine. ... Read more

14. Factory-Reconditioned Bissell 3750R Lift-Off Bagless Vacuum, Red
list price: $229.99
our price: $99.99
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Asin: B0004JL4VQ
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bissell
Sales Rank: 397
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  • Measures 15-1/2 by 14-3/4 by 44 inches; 1-year limited warranty
  • 12 amp, bagless, upright vacuum cleaner with detachable center canister
  • Suitable for carpets, bare floors, stairs, and upholstery
  • HEPA media filter captures 99 percent of dust mites, pollen, and ragweed
  • Includes super-stretch hose and onboard cleaning attachments

15. Bissell 3107B Catch-All Vac
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00008URRB
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bissell
Sales Rank: 1393
Average Customer Review: 4.56 out of 5 stars
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The Bissell Catch-All vacuum lives up to its name by combining debris collection with dusting power. To make cleaning even easier, the unit operates cordlessly on a rechargeable battery that lasts 15 minutes per charge. Use of the Catch-All is markedly easy. When the handle is tipped to one side, the vacuum engages motorized non-scratching brushes to pick up large debris. Tip it to the other side and you can use the electrostatic dry cloth to snag all the fine particles and dust left on the floor. Suitable for all hard floor surfaces, the vacuum comes with non-marring felt-coated wheels, an easy-empty dust cup with a washable filter, and a simple and tidy charging unit. The battery pack pops off the base to simplify recharging, and an indicator light signals that charging is in progress. Each charge takes 6-8 hours; you can purchase additional battery packs separately to extend run time. Bissell includes a set of starter cloths and a one-year warranty. --Emily Bedard ... Read more


  • 10 by 8-1/4 by 46 inches; weighs 3.66 pounds
  • Motorized, non-scratching, rotating brushes pick up large debris
  • Electrostatic dry cloth picks up remaining dirt and dust
  • Cordless operation with a 15-minute battery run time
  • Adjustable handle, easy-empty filter, and non-marring felt-coated wheels

Reviews (27)

5-0 out of 5 stars A miracle worker for dog owners in wintry climes
I love my Swiffer, but I found it just didn't do the job in the wintertime after moving to a city that liberally dumps sand on the roadways after snowstorms. All it did was push sand all over my lovely hard wood floors! And then my dog's prolific shedding meant I was using 4 cloths to clean my whole house (and that included turning them over when one side got dirty). The Bissell Catch-All was the perfect solution. The vacuum gets the bulk of the sand and hair, with the cloth picking up the rest--I'm down to one cloth per cleaning for my whole house. You won't want to throw out your Swiffer (you'll still need it to get under the couch and your dressers), but your floors will be better protected AND you'll save tons of money on cloths.

5-0 out of 5 stars Big time saver
This is a great device. I was unsure whether to get the Catch-all or the Dirt Devil Sweeper Vac w/ swiffer.. so I bought them both and put them to the test. The Catch-All was the clear winner and my opinion was seconded by my girlfriend in her own unbiased test. The Catch-All's soft rotating brush allowed it to pick up small particles (crumbs and such) while the Sweeper Vac failed to suck them up and resulted in the swiffer pad pushing them around. The seperate battery pack makes the CatchAll much easier to recharge and store and it makes less noise than the SweeperVac. The CatchAll is great for quick daily passes of the high traffic tile in my house and it still amazes me how much pet hair it grabs up in my everyday use. I've tried tons of floor care products and this one has won me over. I returned the Dirt Devil the next day and bought the Bissell Steam Mop which I also found to be a fantastic addition to the CatchAll.

5-0 out of 5 stars yay
I have purchased many items through Amazon, yet I've never written a review. That's how thrilled I am after using this terrific little vacuum-broom-dusting thing for the first time. I have one dog, two cats and one fiance, and all of their furry deposits are now in the garbage can in two dense, neat clumps.

Unless the battery turns out to suck, I will be rushing home after work each day to run my new best friend around all the bare floors in the house.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very cool.
After using this the first few times, I planned on giving it a crap review. Stuff just seemed to get pushed around. Then I turned it around the other way. OK, so I'm an idiot. In any case, when you run this thing vacuum first, it picks up lots. One of the main reasons I got it is for the litter that my cats can't seem to keep IN the litter box. Every time I clean the box, I run this little thing to clean up the mess. It works excellently. I also use it before wetjetting my kitchen. I don't love the Bissel cloths they enclose, but it takes my Swiffer cloths so I don't care. This seems to do a good job of picking up pet fur, litter, crumbs and dirt, etc. The only thing it wouldn't pick up are the bits of cat food around the cat dish.

5-0 out of 5 stars love it!!!
Because I have all hard wood floors in my house, I have to sweep almost everyday. This product is soooo easy to use and much more effecent at getting all of the dust/dirt than a broom and dust pan. I highly recommend it!!! ... Read more

16. Bissell 2650 Sweeper
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Asin: B0000638TK
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bissell
Sales Rank: 1679
Average Customer Review: 3.27 out of 5 stars
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Clean a home or business cordlessly with this 3-1/2-pound sweeperfrom Bissell, the company that invented the device. With a 9-1/2-inch cleaningpath and a six-brush system, the sweeper snags lint, crumbs, pet hair, anddebris from bare floors and carpet. It features two roller brushes and fourcorner-mounted edge cleaners that are ready to go instantly and adjustautomatically to floor type. Bissell designs the brush rollers to turn inopposite directions, so the unit picks up whether it's going forward orbackward. Emptying the sweeper's front and back collection pans is simple--justflip them open on their sturdy hinges and dump--while a clip-on brush comb helpsmaintain the rollers. The unit's steel handle can stay upright or release tohorizontal, and it features a hanging hole for storing the tool flat against thewall. Comfortable to use and efficient, the sweeper's also extra quiet, makingit great for early-morning or late-night use or cleaning while a baby's asleep.--Emily Bedard ... Read more


  • Measures 9-1/2 by 10-1/2 by 43-1/2 inches
  • Efficient pick-up on bare floors or carpet
  • Double brush system works in forward and reverse
  • Versatile six-wheel base adjusts to floor surface
  • Quick, quiet, and cordless

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3-0 out of 5 stars Good and Bad points
I've had this sweeper for a few years now and have found this to be a usefull product for quick pick up after meals in the dining room(with a messy pre-schooler and toddler) and as a good quick brush up between vacuumings. While this doesn't replace a vacuum cleaner by any means, it does a decent job for it's purpose. The pockets in which mess is deposited are easy to flip to dump in the trash. This pickes up rice, cheerios, bits of paper, some dirt, cracker crumbs, ect prety well. Don't expect it to get anything *in* the carpet fibers.

However, it has not stood up well with use. The two roller brushes which pick up stuff fall out often now since the plastic sides of the sweeper have become warped. The rollers are held in by a simple tab in hole design, and this is rather flimsy. Because of this, I haven't been able to use it much since it developed this problem.

It still has it's use as a fun cleaning toy for my kids though. While I vacuum my 3yo son likes to use the sweeper to imitate me vacuuming. It's light enough that he can push it around with ease and practice saying "'scuse me peese" lol :-). So, for the investment which isn't too much, I got a usefull sweeper which held up for about a year, which could be graduated to a toy after it wore out.

5-0 out of 5 stars WOW

2-0 out of 5 stars disappointed
While the sweeper does do an excellent job of sweeping up everything on the kitchen floor, the next time you use it it dumps most of the debris back on the floor. I have tried emptying the containers, rolling and using the comb to clean the bottom. No luck. It still dumps dirt on the floor at the beginning of each use. You then have to sweep over the pile several times to get it picked up again. The handle also has come apart but that I can live with. The base of the unit is a large square and even though I have a large floor it would be more useful if it was smaller and more rectangular. If you have a small kitchen floor that is not an open rectangle for cleaning the size may be a problem. I should probably have sent it back since it is more work to clean with it. But I keep hoping I can figure out why it is dumping debris. If I could get it to stop doing it it would be useful.

2-0 out of 5 stars good idea not well made
as mentioned by someone else.
the parts ofthe handle keep falling apart.
and the cleaning tool keeps falling off.
some debris falls through the bottom through cracks.

but it still has been a great help in cleaning up from infants after feeding (cherrios, crumbs etc..)

I am now looking for a different model by either same or different company, which does not havethese problems.

5-0 out of 5 stars Bissell 2650 Sweeper
Am very pleased with it. Loaned it to a friend, now I am ordering one for her. She has a cat and says it picked up the cat hair better than anything she has ever used, even her expensive vacuum. ... Read more

17. Bissell 3250 Steam Mop Replacement Mop Pads
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Asin: B00008URRK
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bissell
Sales Rank: 647
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These replacement mop pads fit Bissell’s Steam Mop and come two to a pack. The pads swap out easily and attach to the mop quickly with a drawstring. The pads can be used to clean hard surfaces, such as tile, linoleum, or sealed hardwood floors, and are fully washable so they can be used several times before replacing. --Cristina Vaamonde ... Read more


  • Dimensions 6 long 1.5 wide 5 high, weighs .2 lbs
  • 2 replacement mop pads for Steam Mop
  • Fully washable
  • For use on hard surfaces such as tile, linoleum, and sealed hardwood floors
  • Easy to change & attach with a quick draw string

18. Factory-Reconditioned Bissell 1716R Spotlifter Powerbrush
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Asin: B00022NGEI
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bissell
Sales Rank: 1466
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Designed for the everyday stains that outwit vacuums, the Bissell Spotlifter Powerbrush combines focused spray, concentrated cleaning solution, and continuous suction. Rotating brushes agitate dirt to the surface, and a manual spray trigger gives you control over solution dispersal. The suction helps surfaces dry faster and makes cleaning jobs go quickly.

The Spotlifter is a fairly maneuverable machine with a comfortable top handle and easy-access clean and dirty water tanks. The brush roll cartridge is removable for simple upkeep or replacement of the brushes. Approximately 16 inches long and 5-1/2 inches wide, the cleaner comes with an 8-ounce starter bottle of Little Green Cleaning Solution. Bissell also includes a circuit interrupting safety device and a one-year warranty. --Emily Bedard

Editor's note: This is a reconditioned small appliance. Reconditioned generally means that the appliance has been returned to the manufacturer, who restores the appliance to like-new condition. Some appliances may contain cosmetic blemishes. ... Read more


  • 16 by 5.5 by 8.88 inches; weighs 4.1 pounds; 1-year warranty
  • Continuous suction and brushing to target stains and spots on carpet
  • Motorized dual brush roll removes for clean-up and maintenance
  • Manual spray trigger controls dispersal of cleaning solution
  • Easy-access clean and dirty water tanks

19. Bissell 3600A Barbie Real Vacuum, Pink
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Asin: B0007918U0
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bissell
Sales Rank: 2205
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  • Measures 12 by 8-1/2 by 43-3/4 inches; 1-year limited warranty
  • Cordless vacuum cleaner with rotating brush roll cleans both rugs and carpets
  • Based on Bissell's popular Go Vac ultra-lightweight vacuum
  • Easily converts to handheld vacuum; bagless with easy twist-off dustcup
  • Rechargeable battery; washable filter; 9-inch cleaning path; for ages 6 and older

20. Bissell 1716B Spotlifter Powerbrush Handheld Deep Cleaner
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Asin: B00008URR8
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bissell
Sales Rank: 1246
Average Customer Review: 2.67 out of 5 stars
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Traditional vacuums handle dust and dirt, but some spots and stains call for more rigorous measures. The Bissell Spotlifter Powerbrush deep cleaner targets just such problems with powerful rotating brushes and a tank of cleaning solution. During operation, continuous suction ensures that surfaces don’t get too wet and that dirt and stains are sucked up quickly and efficiently. The machine includes a manual spray trigger, so you can decide how much solution to use depending on the surface and the damage.

The Spotlifter is a fairly maneuverable appliance--about the same to handle as the average large hand vacuum. Filling and emptying the separate clean and dirty water tanks is notably simple--they just slide off the back end of the machine one at a time. The brush roll cartridge is also removable for easy upkeep or replacement of the brushes. The cleaner comes with an 8-ounce starter bottle of Little Green Cleaning Solution. Bissell also includes a circuit interrupting safety device and a one-year warranty. --Emily Bedard ... Read more


  • 16 by 5.5 by 8.88 inches; weighs 4.1 pounds
  • Continuous suction and brushing to target stains and spots on carpet
  • Motorized dual brush roll
  • Manual spray trigger lets you control cleaning solution
  • Brush cartridge removes for clean-up and maintenance

Reviews (18)

1-0 out of 5 stars I can't imagine anything more useless.
I don't expect much from a handheld but this was ridiculous. A spray bottle of solution would be much easier to use and *anything* would get the solution out better.
I used it to try to clean up and orange juice spill and both the juice and the solution are still there. I am going to take it back, and clean up with a damp rag. If you are thinking of buying one, you might as well spend the price on wash cloths instead.

5-0 out of 5 stars Gets out spots from 3 cats and a dog
Once you learn how to use it, this product is pretty amazing. I use it on a biweekly basis to get rid of kitties little furball presents. Also gets up dog pee and poo. The secret is to use a good carpet spot cleaning solution and to learn how to alternate between putting the brushes down to lather the cleaner and putting the vacuum down to suck up the solution. I used to use a little green machine but could get that to work at all.

4-0 out of 5 stars Not as bad as all the reviews say!
I bought this Bissell Spotlifter a few weeks ago. I chose this one because I only needed it for the occassional pet stain or baby food spill. It works great for me! I immediately put it to work and it got stains out that had been in my carpet for months! I do see how people could complain some about the suction but I think it gets most of the dirty water up fine. It took me a while to decide between this one and the more expensive "Little Green" and I think I made the right decision. I'm sure the other one is better, but it's also almost as expensive as an upright and this one gets the job done just fine. This is a good little cleaner for the money.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't Buy It
I bought the Bissell Spotlifter Powerbrush and had the same problems mentioned in other reviews. It is a very poorly designed product with almost no suction and poor spray. I contacted Bissell and they sent me another one that doesn't work either.

1-0 out of 5 stars Do not WASTE your money!
I feel bad about giving this review, but I must. This is the worst machine ever created. Let me say that I think Bissell has excellent quality machines (Little Green) but this is not one of them.

First of all, this machine has absolutely NO suction to it whatsoever. I managed to trigger out around a cup full of solution, and the spotlifter only 'sucked' 1/4 of it back up. My carpet was soaking wet. I had to lug out my Hoover Steamvac to suck up the rest of the water. Naturally, I thought I had a faulty spotlifter, so I exchanged it for another one. I got the SAME thing, a spotlifter without suction.

Secondly, the trigger mechanism is horrid. Instead of it releasing a steady stream of liquid, it is spray oriented, where you must continuously spray it like a spray bottle. That becomes extremely tiresome, and it actually hurts your hands, as when you 'try' to suction the liquid, you have to tilt the machine forward and it is very cumbersome and large.

All in all, I hated this machine. It was clunky and did not clean anything. It is horrifyingly loud for no reason. The rotating brushes actually mat the carpet to the floor. This is a very bad buy. If you are looking for something that is easy to use for those quick stains, buy the 'Little Green Clean Machine'. It is wonderful and has amazing suction. You actually get what you pay for. ... Read more

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