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Hoover WindTunnel S3670
 
Approximate retail price:
$1,201.27
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Summary: This 24-pound canister from Hoover is bag-equipped and has a brush on/off switch and a 25-foot, retractable cord.
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Type: Bagged canister vacuums
About - Hoover WindTunnel S3670
The Hoover WindTunnel S3670 canister vacuum cleaner includes a power brush, upholstery tool, floor brush, dusting brush, and crevice tool. It weighs 24 pounds and provides usability features such as a retractable cord, brush on and off switch, and a telescopic wand.
About This Brand

Hoover introduced its first vacuum in 1907 and has established itself as one of the most recognizable brands in America. More recently, Hoover was bought from Whirlpool by TTI Floor Care, the owners of Dirt Devil. Hoover sells a wide variety of uprights at mass-market retailers, with models ranging from as little as $50 to $300. It also makes hand and stick vacuums, canister models (about $80 to $300), deep cleaners, central vacuums, bare-floor cleaners, and an outdoor sweeper, though the company is best known for its uprights.

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Features & Specs - Hoover WindTunnel S3670
info Bag Yes
info Weight (lbs.) 24
info Brush on/off Yes
info Easy on/off Yes
info Manual-pile adjust No
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User Reviews - Hoover WindTunnel S3670
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2.0
If you have another choice.....
7/2/2014
Pros
Long Power Cord
Powerful/Good Suction
Cons
Heavy
Noisy
Best Uses
Carpet
Stairs
Comment:
The power on switch might be defective. Since I've owned it,about 2 years, I have to keep my foot on the switch for about a minute before it's on.<br /><br />Once it's on, it's OK. Several days ago the motor in the floor attachment stopped working. I checked the voltage coming out of the canister and it is Zero Volts. The main suction motor comes on and it is strong.<br /><br />Since it still works, I'm going to keep it for use without the floor attachment. But, I'm going to be buying a different model.
How long have you owned it:
More than six months
Bottom Line
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
 
1.0
Repair within Three Years
8/11/2012
Pros
Easy To Empty
Easy to Use
Powerful/Good Suction
Cons
Does Not Last
Major Repair Cost
Unreliable
Best Uses
Carpet
VEHICLES
Comment:
Bought the Hoover Wind Tunnel Model S3670 in October 2009. As of August 2012 the vacuum has performed exactly as specified by Consumer Reports. I have been happy with it and used it weekly for normal household cleaning. Have had a little trouble with the retractable cord off and on not fully extending, but it always seemed to right itself after a while. This vacuum is difficult to use on stairs but comes with a small rotating brush attachment, which cleans the area adequately. Just recently the power nozzle shorted out and will have to be replaced while all of the canister components are still working just fine. Power Nozzle motor alone is $60-$100 and there does not seem to be a fully assembled power nozzle Hoover wants to sell me. The vacuum cleaner cost me [$] and looks like it is going to cost me $100-$150 or more to fix. Sure wish Consumer Reports would include longevity in their testing criteria. That would have saved me the expense I am now going to go through to replace this [*] vacuum. Doesn't seem worth it to spend over $250 on something that is going to need major repair inside of three years. The last Hoover I bought was an upright in 1988 and lasted until 2009. Now look at what you get from them.
How long have you owned it:
More than six months
Bottom Line
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
 
1.0
Do Not Buy
3/19/2012
Pros
Efficient
Powerful/Good Suction
Cons
Poor Design
Unreliable
Best Uses
Carpet
Pet Hair
Comment:
In 6 months it has been back to the shop two times for the same problem. My repair person says he sees a lot of these, and this is in a rural area.<br />It's a defective design prone to shorting out.
How long have you owned it:
Three-to-six months
Bottom Line
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
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