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Over on Reddit there have been at least two AMA’s (“Ask Me Anything”) by a vacuum repairman discussing vacuums. These discussions gathered thousands (!) of comments. His universal recommendation: Miele.If you don’t want to spend Miele money, The inexpensive (<$100) Shark vacuums are good for what they are. OPur housekeeping staff uses them at work and they hold up to daily commercial use reasonably well. We view them as something to replace every two or three years.
Wow, looks like you filled it to the brim. How messy is it to empty?
Holy cow, are you a cat lady???? That's intense.
...he is a walking exploding fur ball.
Is that a new cat, or is that the one only Mr. Bubbles IIRC?
Hey Buddy:... man, that is furgemaddon! The good thing about your shark is that it does not require bags like the Mieles. I mean, looking at the loads of fur your picked up, with the Shark you have saved $$$$$ in the potential bags. I mean, look at that man. Jesus.
Buddy, don't feel badly about accumulating dirt. I bought a Shark two years ago to augment the Miele canister to do the rugs in my house. I bought one for my mom, was amazed and got one. I was shocked when for the first few sessions how much dirt the Shark was picking up. The Miele is a great vacuum, but when it comes to rugs/carpet, the Shark is the master. My only complaint is that the Shark is too high to fit beneath some furniture. I guess time will tell if the motor lasts, but so far it's a great vacuum value.
Until a month ago our main vacuum was a Dyson Ball Animal vacuum. About a month ago I bought my wife a Roomba 960 There’s a lot of people much smarter than me on this site that may know of reasons not to have a Roomba, such as the government can watch me or hackers can train them to kill their master, etc. but until mine puts me a life threatening position I’m gonna continue to love this thing. I highly recommend them (and no I don’t work for the irobot company).
Brett, Thanks for the laugh, and I’ll definitely keep the Roomba in mind.
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