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Vacuum cleaner, bagless or with bag?

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Hi there,

I made the mistake buying a Bosch Zoo´o bagless vacuum cleaner about 2 year ago. It works well those seconds it is running but unfortunately is stops every 20 or so second for cleaning the filter or something. It sounds like krrkrrkrrkrrkrrkrrkrrkrr in about 10 seconds and then it starts again and I can continuing the cleaning. And every 5:th or 6:th time it stops completely and I must turn it on again on the on/off button. This behavior is since day 1. I was stupid not bringing it back that time but I thought it is the way a bagless vacuum cleaner shall behave. But now I don´t think so anymore.

Is there anyone out there with similar experience from a bagless cleaner? Is this normal or not?

 

I am into buying a new now. This time with bag and Hepa filter. Has anyone any recommendation?

Also I wonder where is best to buy, were they have the most brands/machines? Is it Power buy? I am in Nong Khaem, BKK.

 

Thanks in advance

Captor

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14 minutes ago, Captor said:

Has anyone any recommendation?

 

Check the cost of replacement bags and filters before you buy the machine.

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Good idea! That can be expensive. I have checked some vacuum cleaners and most of them at Power buy seems to be bagless so maybe the bags are very expensive. In that case maybe a bagless again IF the behavior is not like this one.

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I purchased a phillips powerpro bagless.

 

works awesome and I love it, much better than a broom and pan to keep my tiled floor clean and has no problem dealing with my (2) dogs fur and does not over heat.

 

https://www.lazada.co.th/products/philips-powerpro-compact-bagless-vacuum-cleaner-with-powercyclone-5-technologyfc935001-i208112008-s313320315.html

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19 minutes ago, Don Mega said:

I purchased a phillips powerpro bagless.

 

works awesome and I love it, much better than a broom and pan to keep my tiled floor clean and has no problem dealing with my (2) dogs fur and does not over heat.

 

https://www.lazada.co.th/products/philips-powerpro-compact-bagless-vacuum-cleaner-with-powercyclone-5-technologyfc935001-i208112008-s313320315.html

And how is that one working? Interrupting the good work all the time or will it work until you finally turn it off on the on/off button? On your terms so to speak 🙂

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2 minutes ago, sirocco said:

My Preference goes to the vacuum cleaner with bag.
It's easy to put on, and when the bag is full, you throw it in the trash. It's clean and you don't have to clean the inside.
Without a bag, you have the dust that comes to your nose, you have to dust everything. It's disgusting.
I have had an ELECTROLUX INGENIO for at least 6 years and it works well.
But wait until you buy, there are often promotions.
For information, I already had "bagless". Never again.
It is better to buy bags than to curse, to grumble, when you empty your vacuum cleaner.
This is my point of view, my experience.

Agree

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4 minutes ago, sirocco said:

My Preference goes to the vacuum cleaner with bag.
It's easy to put on, and when the bag is full, you throw it in the trash. It's clean and you don't have to clean the inside.
Without a bag, you have the dust that comes to your nose, you have to dust everything. It's disgusting.
I have had an ELECTROLUX INGENIO for at least 6 years and it works well.
But wait until you buy, there are often promotions.
For information, I already had "bagless". Never again.
It is better to buy bags than to curse, to grumble, when you empty your vacuum cleaner.
This is my point of view, my experience.

Exactly my experience as well!

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1 hour ago, blackcab said:

Check the cost of replacement bags and filters before you buy the machine.

 

Agreed.  AND the availability.  I bought an Electrolux from TESCO, then 6 months later I couldn't find the bags to save my life.  The unit sat for a year or so before Lazada came on the scene and I was finally able to find the bags, and at a very reasonable price.  It still took a lot of Googling and a guess to figure out which bag fit my exact model, which was still available for sale at TESCO in spite of the fact that they could offer no replacement bags.

 

Edit: And before anyone asks, I checked half a dozen TESCOs along the BTS and MRT lines.  Every time I'd pass one (or a BigC), I'd stop in and ask for the bags.  And some PowerBuys, etc.

 

Edited by impulse
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Dyson.

 

Im amazed the amount of dirt that thing can pull off a rug or floor.

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Just now, impulse said:

 

I'm even more amazed at the amount of money that guy sucks out of a wallet.

 

Perhaps, I didnt buy it, but I use it.

 

Have you tried one?

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Just now, metempsychotic said:

Perhaps, I didnt buy it, but I use it.

 

Have you tried one?

 

Can't afford it...

 

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Probably re-thinking sending a Thank You card to whoever gave it to you, eh?

 

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