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Vacuum Buying Guide

Consumer Reports tests upright, canister, stick and robotic vacuums, costing from $50 to $1,000. Some collect dirt in bags and others are bagless. Here’s how to choose the right ...

Consumer Reports tests upright, canister, stick and robotic vacuums, costing from $50 to $1,000. Some collect dirt in bags and others are bagless. Here’s how to choose the right vacuum for your apartment or house.


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