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Hoover WindTunnel T-Series Rewind Bagless UH70120
 
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Summary: This 18-pound upright from Hoover is bagless and has HEPA filtration and a 27-foot, retractable cord.
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Type: Bagless upright vacuums
About - Hoover WindTunnel T-Series Rewind Bagless UH70120
The Hoover WindTunnel T-Series Rewind Bagless UH70120 upright vacuum cleaner includes a power brush, dusting brush, and crevice tool. It weighs 18 pounds and provides usability features such as a retractable cord, and manual carpet-height adjustment.
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 T-Series Rewind Bagless UH70120
info Bag No
info Weight (lbs.) 18
info Brush on/off No
info Easy on/off Yes
info Manual-pile adjust Yes
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User Reviews - Hoover WindTunnel T-Series Rewind Bagless UH70120
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1.0
Disagree with buy recommendation
8/9/2014
Pros
Lightweight
Cons
Hose Very Hard To Extend
Noisy
Only 1 Extension Wand
Partial Recline On Body
Small Dirt Capacity
Best Uses
Carpet
Comment:
I mostly use on carpets and rugs. I bought it because it has a retractable power cord, is bagless, and reasonably lightweight. There are several things not mentioned in the CR review. The body only partially reclines making vacuuming under the coffee table and dining table more difficult and time consuming. It comes with one wand instead of two. The hose is almost impossible to extend and requires continued muscle power to keep it extended. Basically, if you want to use the hose to reach an area, you need someone to hold the vacuum while you pull with all your might to extend the hose. All this effort makes the stretch hose unusable. The usable space in the dirt container is small. I empty it before it reaches the full line and I have to pull the carpet fuzz out with my fingers. I am really disappointed in the CR review.
How long have you owned it:
A month or less
Bottom Line
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
 
1.0
Not what I was expecting
8/8/2014
Pros
Lightweight
Cons
Inefficient
Poor Design
Short Power Cord
Unreliable
Best Uses
Comment:
Does an okay job on the carpet but nothing to rave about. The only thing powerful about it is that the brush spins fast and leaves a brush trail on the carpet. Clogs up and loses suction often. Spent about an hour doing a thorough cleaning of the vacuum, but it clogged up again just a few weeks later. No off/on switch to go from carpet to hard flooring - brush spins constantly. Scatters cat litter and cat food instead of picking it up on hard surfaces. Works best when new but it's downhill from there. I replaced it with a bagged model recommended by CR and what a welcome difference!
How long have you owned it:
Three-to-six months
Bottom Line
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
 
1.0
Hoover WindTunnel Rewind
7/26/2014
Pros
Easy to Use
Powerful/Good Suction
Cons
Poor Design
Short Power Cord
Unreliable
Best Uses
Comment:
This vacuum cleaner has excellent suction, but it is poorly made. The cord is way too short, and the on/off switch is not on the handle. The foot pedal snapped in half the second time I used it, so I returned it.
How long have you owned it:
A month or less
Bottom Line
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
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