Tineco Pure One S12 Review

Tineco Pure One S12 Review

In this review, we’ll be having a close look at the Tineco Pure One S12. It’s one of the more innovative cordless stick vacuums that has come out over the last five years.

The first Tineco product I reviewed was the A10, and while it performed well in my cleaning tests, it wasn’t up to par with the Dyson when it came to fit and finish.

They’ve improved the quality with the subsequent A11 model, but the Pure One S12 is probably their best product regarding quality and performance.

I did a lot of tests to see how it does in several areas such as run time, noise, usability, cleaning performance, and I must say this product has exceeded my expectations. It isn’t perfect, but it brings some unique features to the table that you don’t see in other brands.

High Tech Stick Vacuum With Never Before Seen Features
  • Ergonomics - 93%
  • Surface Cleaning - 99.61%
  • Deep Cleaning - 98.3%
  • Quality - 95%
  • Design - 95%
  • Value - 93%

This High-Tech Cordless Stick Vacuum Performs Extremely Well

The Tineco Pure One S12 has some innovative features not found in other brands in its price range. One of my favorite features is the wall mountable bracket that simultaneously charges the vacuum and extra battery. It can also hold up to three other attachments, making it a genuinely space-saving tool if you don’t mind drilling holes in the wall. Another unique feature is the slider, which provides more precise control of how much power is needed. It also has an auto feature where the vacuum will adjust the power for you, depending on the volume of dirt passed through the iLoop sensor.


  • Outstanding airflow which exceeds that of the Dyson V10
  • The quick-release lock makes it easy to attach and remove any of the tools.
  • iLoop system is ground-breaking in that it adjusts suction based on the amount of dirt and not on the surface type
  • It comes with a lot of attachments for cleaning different areas
  • The wall bracket can charge the two batteries simultaneously and has space for three storing three attachments
  • It will run for up to 102 minutes combined from the two Li-ion batteries


  • It does not have the hygienic system that makes disposing of dirt messy
  • A small dust cup means you’ll have to empty it often
  • Pricey– the top-of-the-line Pure One S12 Plus is quite expensive
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Introduction to the Tineco Pure One S12

Tineco is a relatively new brand that has existed for a few years. Their first product was the A10 Hero, and it performed decently in all the cleaning tests I did.

However, it lacked several areas, particularly the little things such as the quick-release latch that makes it easy to attach and remove tools from the vacuum.

The Tineco Pure One S12 addresses these issues and is probably their best product when you combine quality and performance.

Unfortunately, it’s their most expensive offering and exceeds the price of the Dyson V10. It does have more power than the V10 (60.8 CFM vs. 44 CFM) in the highest setting. This stick vacuum is in the level of the Dyson V11 in terms of power and both are in the same price range.

LED screen

Tineco Pure One S12 LED Screen

The first thing that grabbed my attention when I first got this product was the giant LED screen on the box.

At first, I thought it was a touch screen, but it was not. The screen scores high in legibility as Tineco used bright colors and a dark background, scoring high in contrast.

It provides information such as battery status, power level, WiFi, potential blockages, iLoop sensor status, and much more.

Not many other brands have an LED screen in their products. Another stick vacuum that comes to mind is the Dyson V11 Torque Drive.


Tineco Pure One S12 Trigger Lock

The green arrow points to the trigger lock.

While the Pure One S12 has the same trigger mechanism as a Dyson cord-free vacuum, it has a trigger lock that holds it in the “on” position. So, there’s no need to constantly squeeze the trigger for long jobs.

I like this feature as vacuuming floors is less tiring on the arm and finger. It’s a nice convenience addition that is a plus point to usability.

Slider for Adjusting Power

Tineco Pure One S12 Slider

Another unique feature of the Pure One S12 is the power-adjusting slider behind the LED screen.

While other brands use a button or a slide switch with a fixed number of settings, the one found in this vacuum provides a range. It gives the user more precise control of how much power to use depending on the need.

There will be a slight delay for a few milliseconds, but it isn’t that bad. The slider is an industry first; only time will tell if other brands will follow suit.

It’s like slapping an iPhone on a cordless vacuum.

I prefer leaving it in the Auto position in most cleaning tasks. But it allows you to increase or decrease suction if needed.

Auto mode

Another option for people who don’t want to fiddle with the power setting is using the auto mode.

This mode turns on the iLoop sensor (right in front of the dust cup) that detects the amount of dirt that passes through and adjusts suction when it identifies an increase.

It differs from the Dyson V11’s sensor that detects the surface type.

This system is far more efficient and utilizes power better since there’s no need to use high airflow if there’s not much to clean, regardless of the surface.

Unique charging dock

Tineco Pure One S12 dual charging dock

The charging dock is another innovation that deserves mention.

It can charge two batteries at the same time and can store up to three extra suction only tools.

This feature is a space and time saver since there’s no need to wait for the battery to fully charge since the dock will charge the extra battery it even if the vacuum is in use.

Attachments and Tools

Tineco offers one of the more diverse sets of accessories available. You’ll get thirteen tools if you buy the flagship Pure One S12 Plus version.

The version that I bought is a notch below. It won’t have tools like the multi-angle adaptor and the flexible extension hose (I had to buy those separately, along with the soft roller power brush).

Tineco Pure One S12 Tools

Even without these tools, it is still a lot and more than the Dyson V10 or V11.

These tools include the following:

Tineco Pure One S12 Direct Drive Tool

1. Direct-drive LED power brush: Tineco’s standard floor cleaning attachment with soft and stiff bristles that will work best on carpets. It’s got four bright LED headlights that will help with visibility.

Soft Roller Power Brush

2. LED soft roller power brush: A specialized tool for cleaning hard floors. Like the direct-drive attachment, it also has a row of LED lights. Take note that I bought this attachment separately.

Tineco Pure One S12 soft dusting brush

3. Soft dusting brush: It has soft bristles for cleaning delicate surfaces like lampshades or dusting furniture.

Tineco Pure One S12 2-in-1 brush tool

4. 2-in-1 dusting brush: This attachment combines an upholstery and brush tool. It is an excellent tool for cleaning upholstery inside the home or vehicle.

Tineco Pure One S12 crevice tool

5. Crevice tool: Great for cleaning tight spots between cushion seats.

Tineco Pure One S12 flexible long crevice tool

6. Flexible long crevice tool: If you need more reach, this tool can be handy. It has a rubber insert that you can use to extend reach and flexibility for cleaning tight crevices.

Tineco Pure One S12 mini turbo brush

7. Mini turbo brush: A smaller version of the main cleaning head that will provide enough agitation to clean embedded dirt on fabric upholstery (e.g., sofas, chairs, and even mattresses) and stairs.

Tineco Pure One S12 pre-filter cleaning tool

8. Automatic pre-filter cleaning tool: Another innovation from Tineco. This tool automatically cleans the pre-motor filter for you without removing it from the vacuum.

Tineco Pure One S12 pre-filter

9. Pre-filter: A filter located in the middle of the dust cup traps fine allergens and keeps them from going back out of the motor’s exhaust.

Tineco Pure One S12 Dual charging wall-mounted dock

10. Dual charging wall-mounted dock: Perhaps my favorite tool of the bunch. It’s a wall-mountable charging dock that charges two batteries simultaneously! Not only that, it provides storage for three non-motorized attachments.

11. Two lithium-ion batteries: This variant also comes with two lithium-ion batteries that effectively double the run time to 100 minutes.

Flexible Extension Hose

12. Flexible extension hose: Adds reach and flexibility to any non-motorized tool. A great tool to have for cleaning vehicle interiors.

Multi Angle Folding Tool

13: Multi-angle folding adapter: A foldable tool that allows consumers to clean areas high above without using a chair or ladder.

Dual Filtration

Tineco Pure One S12 Filters

On the left is the post-motor HEPA filter, and one the right is the primary filter.

This vacuum has two filters – a pre-motor and a post-motor HEPA filter that provides a good seal. The primary filter is similar to the Dyson filter in that it is made from cloth and is easy to clean.

However, the cyclonic filtration isn’t as good as in a Dyson, as it soils faster.

Tineco has a tool that makes it easy to clean the filter. They call this the automatic pre-filter cleaning tool. You attach it to the vacuum unit that will suck out debris accumulating on the pre-motor filter.

Different Pure One S12 Options: S12 vs. S12 Plus vs. S12 M vs. S12 Lite

There are four Pure One S12 variants split into two categories.

The Pure One S12 and the Plus version are the higher-end options that have the LED screen and power adjusting slider. These two products are the same except for the attachments. While the other two options – the S12 M and S12 Lite don’t have the LED screen but are much cheaper and have a bracket where you can attach a smartphone.

Please check the table below to see how these models are different and the attachments you’ll get.

ModelPure One S12Pure One S12 PlusPure One S12 MPure One S12 M Lite
TinecoPureOneS12 Table
TinecoPureOneS12 Plus Table
TinecoPureOneS12 M Table
TinecoPureOneS12 M Lite Table
LED screen
iLoop dust sensor
Direct Drive LED multi-tasker power brush
LED Soft Roller power brush
Soft dusting brush
Automatic pre-filter cleaning tool
Mini-power brush
Flexible extension hose
2-in-1 dusting brush
Crevice tool
Flexible long crevice tool
Multi-angle folding adapter
Dual charging wall-mountable dock
Bluetooth speaker
WiFi Camera
Phone stand
Li-ion battery
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How much power does the Tineco Pure One S12 have?

I used an anemometer to measure airflow from the wand and main cleaning head to measure power. Realize that there will be some margin for error in this test. I’m doing is to make it a point of reference to compare with other brands that we may see a correlation between it and cleaning performance, particularly carpet.

Here are the results

Wand34 CFM61.72 CFM
Cleaning Head27.95 CFM50.71 CFM

It has more airflow than the Dyson V10 both in the wand and main cleaning head and almost at the Dyson V11 Torque Drive level, which is why it did so well in the cleaning tests (more on that below).

How does the Tineco Pure One S12 clean?

Thanks to the bevy of interchangeable tools and the extension wand, the Pure One S12 can clean various areas. You can use it as a handheld or a stick vacuum, whatever you need.

However, this product was built for cleaning floors. The Plus version has two primary floor cleaning tools – the soft roller and the direct drive power brushes.

Tineco Pure One S12 Primary Floor Tools

The Pure One S12 Plus comes with two attachments for cleaning floors.

These tools are built for cleaning hard floors and carpets, respectively. One feature that I think this model has over any of the Dyson cordless vacuums (V6, V7, V8, V10, V11) is the row of bright LED lights that help illuminate the path in front of it.

If you have not used a vacuum with this feature, it’s beneficial for tracking dirt.

The beauty of this design is the option to attach the floor tool directly to the vacuum unit, making it easier to clean stairs.

I have with both tools the tube behind the rubber wheels, which sits at an angle so it won’t completely go flat under furniture. You’ll have to turn it sideways, which can be awkward.

Removing the tube transforms this vacuum into a handheld unit.

Tineco Pure One S12 in Handheld Mode

All the tools with the Pure One S12 have a quick release latch that makes it easy to attach or remove, unlike the A10, where the suction only tools don’t have this latch and held only by friction.

Cleaning Performance

To see how effective the Tineco Pure  One S12 performs, I tested it on various surfaces such as hard floors, low pile, and mid-pile carpets.

I used various debris to see how this cordless vacuum does, such as Quaker oats, coffee grounds, pet litter, and Fruit loops.

I weigh the dust cup empty for all the tests then weigh it full afterward to get the most accurate measurement possible in all the cleaning tests I do.

Here are the official scores of the cleaning test.

  • Overall: 99.17%
  • Hard Floor: 99.88%
  • Carpet (Surface Pick Up): 99.34%
  • Carpet (Deep Cleaning): 98.3%

I’m really surprised by the results, to be honest. One of the most impressive features of the Pure One S12 is how well it picks up debris.

You can feel the iLoop sensor work when it detects an increase of dirt volume that passes through it. In all the cleaning tests that I did, the vacuum motor revved up as it picked up the debris scattered then went back to its default setting afterward.

Hard Floor Results

  • Quaker Oats: 99.9%
  • Coffee: 100%
  • Quinoa: 99.93%
  • Pet Litter: 99.7%

For testing how this vacuum does on hard surfaces, I primarily used the soft roller power brush.

It was superb at picking up Quaker oats (first photo), coffee (second photo), pet litter (third photo), and Quinoa (fourth).

There were no issues with the soft roller attachment in the cleaning tests. I also tested how the direct drive power brush does on Quaker oats, and it did an excellent job picking up nearly 100% of it on the hard floor.

Tineco Pure One S12 cleaning Quaker oats on hard floors

Tineco Pure One S12 cleaning coffee grounds on hard floors

Tineco Pure One S12 cleaning pet litter on hard floors

Tineco Pure One S12 Quinoa on Hard Floor

I also tested the soft roller tool on Fruit loops, and it didn’t have any issues with clogging like the Roidmi F8 or the NEX had.

Tineco Pure One S12's Soft Roller Power Bar on Fruit Loops

Some wedged behind the roller bar, around 4 to 5 pieces of Fruit loops, which was eventually picked up.

However, the standard brush tool didn’t do well with the Fruit loops test as it didn’t have enough clearance. It just pushed it forward.

Testing the Pure One S12' Direct Drive Power Brush on Fruit loops

Regardless of the surface, the direct drive tool won’t be able to clean debris this big.

I also tested the direct drive tool on quinoa to see how effective it is at small and hard debris and picking up all 50 grams.

So aside from Cheerios-sized dirt, the direct drive power brush is an effective tool for small to medium stuff.

You don’t need the soft roller attachment for most tasks on hard surfaces.

Sand on Hard Floor Test

Tineco Pure One S12 sand on hard floor test

Another test I did on hard floor was a sand test. To see how well the Pure One S12 cleans sand, I scattered 50 grams worth and did one test using the soft roller and another using the standard brush roll.

It was able to pick up an average of 99.9% on two tests, almost a perfect score. The score was perfect using the soft roller attachment so it’s another viable alternative if you live near the beach or a sandy area.

Edge Cleaning

I also tested the Tineco Pure One S12 cleaning edges by scattering pet litter on a test area. It also has a quarter-inch crevice, doubling as a crevice test.

Please check the before and after photos.

Tineco S12 edge cleaning

The Tineco S12 is excellent with edge cleaning, with the standard brush roll being more efficient than the soft roller. It has a wider and larger brush, so it covers more area. There was a small amount of debris kicked behind the brush.

Carpet Results

Next, let’s move to the carpet cleaning tests. Tests are done on low and medium-pile carpets for all the reviews done in this website.

A separate test is done on embedded fine coffee grounds on medium pile carpet to see how well the vacuum does at deep cleaning.

Low pile results

  • Quaker Oats: 99.1%
  • Coffee: 100%
  • Quinoa: 100%
  • Pet Litter: 100%

The scores of the Pure One S12 were slightly higher than the V10, which I tested a few months back. It could be the increase in airflow or brush roll design, but I’m really impressed by the results.

I like the seal of the direct-drive power brush in that it picked up nearly everything in the forward pass.

Tineco Pure One S12 DIrect Drive Seal

Green arrows point to the seal.

I noticed when the iLoop sensor kicked in that it was a bit hard to push because of the increase in suction, but at least the technology works!

Tineco Pure One S12 Coffee Grounds on Low Pile Carpet

Tineco Pure One S12 Quaker Oats on low pile carpet

Tineco Pure One S12 Quinoa on Low Pile Carpet

Tineco Pure One S12 Pet Litter Low Pile Carpet

Mid pile results

  • Quaker Oats: 96.7%
  • Coffee: 96.7%
  • Quinoa: 99.9%
  • Pet Litter: 99.6%

Despite the slightly lower scores on medium-pile carpet, this vacuum still scores in the high 90s.

It scored higher than the Dyson V10 in cleaning coffee grounds but picked up less with the Quaker Oats test. However, the difference is just a few percentage points, so I wouldn’t put too much weight on it.

Tineco Pure One S12 Quaker oats on mid pile carpet

Tineco Pure One S12 Coffee Grounds on Mid Pile Carpet

Tineco Pure One S12 Pet Litter on Mid Pile Carpet

Tineco Pure One S12 Quinoa Mid Pile

Deep cleaning test

The last test I did was a deep cleaning test where I rubbed 100 grams of sand on medium-pile carpet to see how well a vacuum picks up embedded dirt.

Lastly, we’ll look at the deep cleaning tests where I rubbed 100 grams of sand on a medium pile carpet to see how well this vacuum picks up embedded sand.

There are two parts to this test. In the first test, I left it on auto to how well the iLoop system does and it did quite well picking up 96.3% of sand. With the second test, I put it on max and it was able to pick up 99.3% on average from the two tests.

Bottom Line

The Pure One S12 shines when cleaning floors. It doesn’t matter if it’s hardwood or carpet – it gets the job done! If you want pro tips on cleaning hardwood surfaces, please click on this link for more information.

You can save money by going with the cheaper Pure One S12 (that’s without the plus) because the torque drive power brush is capable of cleaning hard floors well.

The only issue I found with it is its inability to clean large debris like Fruit loops. Besides that, cleaning stuff like dust, coffee grounds, or even Quinoa won’t be a problem.

How long will the Tineco Pure One S12 run?

Out of the box, you’ll get two 2,500 mAh Li-ion batteries that Tineco claims will run for up to 100 minutes combined.

I tested if this claim was valid by running the vacuum to empty and using a digital timer to measure how long it ran.

Here are the test results with the primary floor and suction-only tools.

Power settingEcoMax
Non-motorized tools (e.g. crevice tool)51:21 mins. x 210:47 mins. x 2
Torque drive power brush37:35 mins. x 210:10 mins. x 2

Even with the main cleaning head attached, this vacuum could run for up to 37 minutes and 35 seconds at the lowest power setting and up to 10 minutes at the highest setting. Using suction-only tools, it will run for up to 51 minutes and 21 seconds on eco and 10 minutes and 47 seconds at max.

Multiplying these figures by two – the Pure One S12 will run for up to 74 minutes at the lowest setting and 20 minutes at the max setting with the main cleaning head attached. And up to 102 minutes in the low setting and 21 minutes at the max setting using a non-powered tool.

However, I noticed a slight drop in airflow as the battery was nearly empty. But it didn’t affect how this vacuum performs as I did some cleaning tests with the battery at 15%.

The batteries are removable, making it easy to replace in case it breaks down.

How noisy is the Tineco Pure One S12?

I used a good old-fashioned sound meter to measure the noise level of the Pure One S12 from about two feet away, and here are the results.

  • Eco: 65.5 to 67.2 dB
  • Max: 67.5 to 70.4 dB

Take note that I measured it with the brush roll attached, so you’ll know what to expect since you’ll be using this vacuum a lot with this tool attached.

Dust cup capacity and design

Tineco Pure One S12 Dust Cup

According to the manual, the Pure One S12 can hold up to 0.6 liters of dry dirt, which is up to the Max fill line.

It has a higher capacity than the Dyson V8 at 0.54 liters but lower than the Dyson V10 with a 0.77-liter capacity.

One downside of the Tineco dust cup is the lack of a hygienic system. This vacuum only has a trap door that relies on gravity.

If you’re cleaning a lot of dust and pet hair, they will stick on the plastic parts of this vacuum and require your fingers’ assistance.

Tineco Pure One S12 Hair Wrapping on the Metal Shroud

Long hair can wrap around the metal shroud in the middle of the dirt bin.

The good news is that the dust cup disassembles easily. Just push a lever in front of the trigger (just below it) to remove the dust cup.

Tineco Pure One S12 Release Latch

Press the release latch to open the trap door, then twist the black plastic part to remove the filter assembly.

Tineco Pure One S12 Filter Assembly Detached

This is how the filter assembly looks detached.

The dust cup assembly isn’t washable since the iLoop sensor and electronic pins connect to the battery charger. The only part that is washable is the filter assembly.

Ensure it is fully dry before putting it back in the vacuum.

Smartphone App

One of the unique features of the Pure One S12 is the app. It’s probably the only cordless stick vacuum with this feature.

The app has several functions:

  1. Battery status: This tells you the battery’s state with real-time updates as you use the vacuum.
  2. Filter status: It informs users of the status of the filter. To be more specific, if it needs cleaning or has to be replaced.
  3. Adjusts power: This app has a slider that will increase or decrease the amount of power. It’s similar to the slider on the higher-end Pure One S12 models but a bit clunkier to use, in my opinion.
  4. The number of cleaning cycles: The app also records the number of times you’ve used the vacuum, which you can sort by day, week, or month.

Here are some screenshots of the app.

Tineco Pure One S12 App

Two of the main functions of the app are to inform users of the status of the filter (middle) and adjust the power (right)

Tineco Pure One S12 app

Yes, the Tineco App links to the YouTube app just if you need some entertainment while vacuuming.

It’s a pretty cool feature, but if you’ve purchased any of the two Pure One S12 series vacuums with the LED screen, the information on there is redundant since the LED screen will provide the same data. But it’s a must-have for those who plan on purchasing any of the two lower-end options – the Pure One S12 M or S12 M Lite as both of these variants have the phone holder.

Installing the app is straightforward, and I’ve summarized everything in this video just in case you need a reference.

It’s a simple and easy-to-use app that’s responsive with basic features. Please let me know if you have any issues installing the app in the comments section.

Product Specification

ModelTineco Pure One S12
Brush roll on/offNo
Battery2,500 mAH Li-ion (X 2)
Charging timeN/A
Battery lifeup to 102 mins.
Net weight6.6 pounds
Overall length47"
Battery indicatorYes
Filter typeLifetime washable
Dust capacity0.6 li
Powerup to 60.8 CFM
Warranty2 years
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Availability of Parts

One issue with buying a vacuum from an unknown or lesser-known brand would be the availability of parts. So far, for Tineco, this doesn’t seem to be an issue—consumables such as the filter. Battery, attachments, and floor tools are available on Amazon.

However, like the battery, some of these parts can be expensive, but the replacement filters are reasonably priced.

Where can I buy the Tineco Pure One S12?

The Tineco S12 is available in online stores like Amazon and Walmart. Please check the links below to see the latest price.

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Does the Tineco Pure One S12 Provide Good Value?

While the Tineco Pure One S12 isn’t cheap, you’ll get a lot of value from it.

All variants come with two Li-ion batteries that will run for up to 102 minutes which is longer than any Dyson cordless vacuum to date including their flagship V10 and V11 variants. Since the battery comes off without the need for special tools, replacing it won’t be an issue. However, the current price of a replacement battery is quite expensive.

The top-of-the-line Pure One S12 Plus also comes with two attachments for cleaning bare floor and carpet, respectively, and special tools such as the hose and multi-angle attachment that helps clean hard-to-reach areas.

I thinkyou don’t need the soft roller power brush, as the standard brush roll will do the job adequately on hard floors and carpets. The only thing it won’t clean would be debris, the size of Fruit loops, or Cheerios.

Tineco has more tools than other brands, such as the Shark and Dyson. It has more airflow than the Dyson V10 Absolute, so it wasn’t surprising that it scored very high on most cleaning tests.

The LED screen is unique and an excellent tool that provides critical information to the user.

Usability is another strong point, as all the tools have a quick-release latch, making it easy to attach and remove.

The only question left is which variant is best suited for your needs. That would depend on your preference.

I’d go with any of the two options with the LED screen because I don’t want to fiddle with a smartphone while vacuuming.

The Verdict: Who should buy the Tineco Pure One S12?

Based on the tests, the Tineco Pure One S12 exceeds the Dyson V10 Absolute when it comes to performance with more attachments at your disposal.

It has more power than the V10 and almost matches the Dyson V11. Cleaning performance is a strong point thanks to the solidly designed direct-drive and soft roller brush that gobbles up dirt in its path. The torque drive attachment is enough for most cleaning tasks, so there’s no need to buy the top-of-the-line S12 Plus.

The LED lights on both tools help boost visibility and are not found in the Dyson V10 and V11 or the LG CordZero. This feature gives it a leg up over these three models in the same price range.

6 Reasons why you should buy the Tineco Pure One S12

  1. Excellent cleaning performance: The Pure One S12 has excellent airflow, translating to outstanding dirt pickup on bare floors and carpets.
  2. Lots of tools: The top-spec option will provide users with 14 attachments (if you include the extension wand) that will help folks clean different parts of their home.
  3. Two batteries: Two Li-ion batteries will run for up to 102 minutes (more than the claimed 100 minutes).
  4. LED headlights: Both the soft roller and direct drive tools have LED lights that help track dirt.
  5. Excellent build quality: This variant is the best so far of all Tineco stick vacuums regarding the quality of plastics used and how easy it is to attach or remove tools.
  6. Deep cleans carpet: The 99% score of the Pure One S12 in the deep cleaning tests surprised me.

About the author: Garrick, the visionary behind Cordless Vacuum Guide, brings over a decade of hands-on expertise in cordless vacuum testing to his insightful reviews showcased on this platform. Beyond his passion for empowering consumers with informed choices, he cherishes precious moments with his family, exploring global cuisines and exploring different horizons with his beloved wife and son. Follow him on Youtube, Tiktok, Facebook, and Instagram.