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KEEN Youth Targhee Low Waterproof Shoe 2 Blue Nights Red Car
Features of the KEEN Youth Targhee Low Waterproof Shoe Secure-Fit lace-capture system Padded tongue and collar for comfort TPU heel-capture system for stability Cleansport NXT™ for natural odor control
Anon: I use a Shark upright for area rugs and it does a great job. However, it was a hassle to use on my bare floors and I did not like the hose feature so I was looking for something light and maneuverable for bare floors, dusting, and upholstery. I'm very happy with this little vacuum which I think is a great value for the modest price tag.PROS: I've had many canisters over the years and they were heavy and awkward. Dragging them around was like often like trying to drag a reluctant mule out of the barn during feeding time. Plus the hoses could be like wrestling a boa constrictor. The Mighty Mite is light and easy to carry, follows along easily when pulled, and the hose is easy to handle. When I first looked at the hose I was afraid it was way too flimsy and would kink like crazy but that has not been the case. The hose swivels easily on both ends and it is long, light, and easy to deal with. It makes vacuuming the bare floors way easier than it has ever been.The cord coils up underneath the vac rather than retracting which is actually a plus as far as I'm concerned because it's one less mechanical thing to go wrong. The vac sits up politely while you coil it around the cord holders so it's not a hassle to wind in place. Suction is good for such a small vac and it does a fine job on bare floors. The bags are a decent size.CONS: Suction control is in an awkward place near the handle so it's easy to accidentally adjust. Wrapping a piece of blue tape (the handy girl's secret weapon) around it solved that problem. The attachments are a joke as you might expect from a $56 vacuum. However, this is easily solved by purchasing a high quality floor brush, duster brush, and upholstery cleaner. I had several I had saved from previous vacs and they fit just fine on the round end of the wands. You can get adapters if the attachments are too big for the wand. You will probably NOT be happy with this vac if you have wall to wall carpet. It does not have a powered carpet head so you can only do superficial cleaning of low pile rugs. The cord is fairly short: 20 feet, so you'll have to move the plug more often than one with a longer hose. It is fairly noisy but ear plugs are cheap and easy to use.I haven't had mine for very long but others who have report that durability is good. Even if I had to replace it every year, the price would make that not prohibitive.
anonymous: I honestly don't understand the rave reviews for this thing (which prompted me to purchase it sight-unseen). It sucks well on bare floors, has a long cord and hose, and has a foot-thingy to change to carpet, but so do plenty others without the following:1. Heavy. Reviewers say it's pretty small and light but I find it hard to handle.2. Disobeys. Ok, I'm being funny but it doesn't turn corners or doorways well. You have to pull on the hose and the minute there's a slight turn, the hose bends all the way and blocks the air, letting out a very LOUD noise that scared the neighbor's dogs.3. The hose is SOOOOO flimsy! My kid's toy vac has a better one. Super thin inflexible plastic. A few more "bends" and it WILL crack. Since there's no swivel on it either, it'll bend and crack at the base too.4. The cord doesn't retract (you roll / attach it to the underside). I haven't seen that on the tiniest of vacs in 25 years so I never thought to look for this "feature".5. The tubes are flimsy too. When you're using all 3 extensions (standard if you're tall or just, you know, vac'ing), any pressure you might apply for a rug or what not bends the tubes.6. The "air hole" in the tube won't stay shut. I'm not sure what that's even for (suction reduction, maybe?) but I do know I rarely use it and it compromises regular performance. But it won't stay shut! Keeps sliding open from the slightest of touches.7. Everything's a bit "too" long, and "too" heavy, etc. It feels like it's rebelling against being a compact.So mostly, aside from the lack of a retractable cord, this vacuum HAS all the features, but they're all POORLY executed so it's awkward to use and will definitely break quickly. It was a bargain, but not THAT great of a bargain. CPO applied their refund policy and took it back. Very nice on the phone, too. I was bummed they didn't carry an alternative model I liked so I could still give THEM my money. I would have.
A. Silverstone: After our quite old Eureka canister vacuum had finally gone belly up, we were looking for an appropriate replacement. Because this was needed primarily for cleaning hardwood floors, there were a few critical criteria. It had to be strong, yet compact in size. It should not be too loud, and the tool assortment should be appropriate for floors and vacuuming cat hair of various furniture items. Finally, we did not want to have to mess around with cleaning out bagless vacuum containers. The Eureka Mighty Mite 3670 came through with flying colors on all fronts. It produces a powerful vacuum, easily maneuverable, convenient for storing, the noise is not too bad, and a good price. This vacuum cleaner gives an excellent value, and, certainly, gets the job done that we bought it for.
Atlantic Aviator: Just got this to use for cars, garage (blow feature), and bare floors. Works well. We are both tall and this has a good length of the rigid hose, and the flex hose, also of the cord. A very good value. We have a Dyson for carpets, but this is easier to handle, and for the price good performance, especially for hardwood, stairs, garage use.
BA in NJ: I suppose you get what you pay for, but this vacuum is just too lightweight, even for a two-bedroom apartment. We returned it immediately.