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- Great for pet hair
- Lightweight and easy to maneuver
- Powerful suction, great airflow
- Good value for the money
- Easy to use
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Huge improvement over previous model!
We have had two Hoover WindTunnel vacuum cleaners over the years. We have always been frustrated that, while there is an option for vacuuming hard floors, the older model simply shots debris from hard floors toward your feet like a sandblaster (and yes, we followed the settings directed in manual fo...
The 6 Best Upright Vacuums - Spring 2022
Unusually for a vacuum at this price point, this vacuum uses dirtbags that are advertised to offer HEPA-level filtration, so you shouldn't need to worry too much about fine particles being spread around as you clean. The vacuum's simple design also makes swapping in a new dirtbag quite easy, and you can remove its brushroll from its floorhead in order to clear away any tangled hair. This vacuum does an excellent job of cleaning debris on bare floors, like hardwood or vinyl
Once I got home I ruled out the Hoover Tempo as the hose was too short and ordered the Hoover Windtunnel Max along with 6 spare bags on Amazon and then went to bed. A few hours later I woke up and realized that while it would clean floors well, it would still be a compromise and I had the money for a Zero G, but more importantly I needed more time to think.
This is the one, update w pics.
After reading reviews for bagless vacs I decided to stay with Hoover bagged since that's what I had for 14+ yrs. This vacuum is the upgraded version of the WindTunnel Tempo that it's replacing and it's worth considering for the following reasons. 1- Better roller brush powerhead with window to see b...
Dyson vs Miele vs Husky
No Dyson is worth more than $100. Save the money and get a quality bagged vacuum. Look on used marketplaces for a Sebo Felix for a good entry level vacuum. If you just need something to tide you over, the Hoover Tempo/Windtunnel Bagged will fit the bill.
Hoover Tempo Widepath U5140900 Vacuum Review - Vacuum Wizard
For such an inexpensive vacuum, the Hoover Tempo Widepath is a great deal – but only if your main flooring is carpeted. Final Vacuum Verdict.
Hoover WindTunnel Tempo T-Series Vacuum Review (UH30301)
So that's pretty much that This is my full review of the Hoover Wind Tunnel Tempo Bagged upright, vacuum. it's definitely a good budget choice. Now again, for my money, I would still give the sanitary even if it is a little bit cheaper the So4110a specifically or I should say even if it is about the same price and has a little bit less going for it because it still cleans about as well
The 5 Best Bagged Vacuums - Spring 2022
If you're looking for an upright that's a little easier to push on uneven surfaces, consider the Hoover WindTunnel Tempo Bagged. Unlike the Kenmore Intuition Bagged, it uses a traditional upright design, so you can't pick up and carry its canister body independently of its upright portion. However, ...
Decent vacuum BUT....
This is a good vacuum but there is some blatant trickery. I've been in the professional cleaning game for over 10 years and this "new" model (UH30301) is actually the older model(UH30300) that was discontinued. Let me explain. For 10 years, I used multiple Hoover model UH30300's for my professional ...
Finally another great vacuum!
This is the absolute best vacuum cleaner I've purchased since my Hoover Platinum Elite which conked out on me after a year. Great design for ease of use, step-on beater bar shut off, cord holder keeps cord out of the way, super suction, cleans hardwoods as well as shag carpet and low pile really wel...