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Bissell AirRam 1984 Review

The Air Ram 1984 is a brand new product from Bissell that looks exactly like a product I talked about in this blog before. Some time ago I wrote a review about the Gtech Air Ram – a stick vacuum that claims to have upright power for some reason it has been pulled out in […]

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Bissell 1683A Trilogy Superlight Review

They say imitation is the highest form of flattery and we have another Dyson imitator here with the Bissell 1683A Trilogy. Like the Shark Rocket TruePet, the 1683A looks eerily similar to the DC V6 series not just in terms of looks but also in functionality. But unlike the Dyson which is cordless, the Trilogy has a […]

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Bissell 1316 Bolt Reach Pet Review

A few months ago, I wrote a review about the Bissell Pet Hair Eraser but this model has long been discontinued by Bissell and has been replaced by this new product named the Bolt Reach. Unfortunately it still uses an older Nickel Cadmium battery that has a tendency to fade unlike Lithium Ion batteries that […]

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Bissell PowerGlide Cordless Upright Review

The biggest problems of older model stick vacuums like the bestselling Hoover Linx Stick and GTech AirRam is the lack of flexibility. These two products are limited to floor cleaning and some folks would think twice on spending the money that they would on a corded upright because of the lack of versatility. The idea […]

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Bissell Bolt PLUS 2-in-1 18-volt Review

Two in one vacuums are a godsend for people who own small homes because can clean practically any part of your home. These products are lightweight and only require a small footprint. While they will not deep clean carpet it will provide you with spot cleaning prowess full sized uprights won’t be able to match. […]

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Bissell SpotClean Professional 3624 Review

No matter how careful you are stains cannot be prevented especially if you have kids at home. One way or the other a soda or spaghetti will find its way on the carpet or upholstery. You’ll either have to clean it using household items like baking soda, vinegar or dishwashing liquid with water to manually […]

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