No cord, no problem, no mess


Four kids, one cat and one husband means there are a lot of messes in our house. And a lot of vacuuming. I could probably do it there times a day and still no keep up with everything.

And with their uncanny ability to make messes everywhere, I’m often wishing for a vacuum in every room because that cord trips me up. Literally. 

So, I’m going cordless with Hoover Cordless.

hoover cordless vacuum review | why go cordless

Admittedly, I was a little worried about trying to tackle my messes cordless. Would there be enough power? Would it be able to get everything I’m accustomed to my vacuum picking up? 

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Yes. Yes it did! (Thank you, mailer, for sending staticky packing popcorn. Thank you, small child, for dispersing them all over my living room. The vacuum’s battery stayed charged for several full vacuuming and I had the additional battery it came with ready to go when it lost power.

I’ve gone cordless and I’m not looking back!

No more cord dance

You know when you have to move the cord from side to side step over it or fling it over the top of the vacuum. Now, that problem is non-existent.

No plug hunt

We have an older house with only like one outlet on each wall. Which almost always ends up behind a piece of furniture. It’s not necessary anymore. Instead, I mounted the battery charger in my laundry room and just put one battery on charge and use the other and swap as needed.

No plug and unplug

You don’t have to plug it in to start and while you are vacuuming, you don’t have to stop to unplug when you run out of cord and plug into another outlet. Non-stop vacuuming from room to room.

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No kids or pets getting tangled

While the vacuum might scare some, it intrigues mine. The girls come trying to see what’s going on and end up twisted in the cord. Not any more.

No cord tripping

You won’t trip on the cord and neither will any other adults in the house.

Go upstairs without stopping

You can start at the bottom, vacuum the stairs and keep on going when you get to the top. No more stopping half way, carrying the vacuum down so it doesn’t fall, unplugging, carrying it back up, plugging into the wall and then going back to where you left off.

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No more of that awkward cord winding

I always ask the girls to help with a corded vacuum and winding it around those little hooks just hoping it will stay on there and end at a spot where the plug will stay hooked to the cord. With cordless, there’s no concern. Once you turn it off, you are done.

The Hoover Cordless Family has a line of 4 cordless cleaners—3 vacuums and a hard floor wet cleaner Power and Performance of Hoover, so there are a lot of cordless options.

They have the only the cordless line is powered by an interchangeable battery system that works with all products in the Hoover cordless line. The LithiumLife batteries have double the capacity of their standard 18-volt lithium Ion batteries which means longer runtime and fade-free power. Surprisingly, even with a battery, it still uses Windtunnel 3 technology which provides performance with both suction power to lift and remove dirt.

hoover cordless vacuum review | why go cordless

{See everything it got? Yes, this vacuum does suck….dirt and dust and debris!}

Would you go cordless?

I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.


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  1. Packing peanuts are the worst!!! It never fails too that the kids want to use it for confetti.

  2. pat chance says:

    reading about plugging and unplugging points out how many times I have to do that when vacuuming. If this vacuum is cordless and really does the job you say it does I think everyone needs one, especially with a 2 story home. I have always been concerned because the first cordless vacuums that came out were terrible. No suction at all and typically didn’t have the beater brush. From the full canister it looks like this one does do a good job.

  3. Wow! That is very cool. No cord. That sounds fantastic. I’m not a huge fan of the vacuum I have right now. I see cordless in my future. 😉

  4. I so need this vacuum cleaner. Ours stopped working a few months ago and now I use the small vacuum that we use for the car. It works okay but I still want a better vacuum. May have to get this one.

  5. I love the no cord! My younger kids like to play an annoying little game every time we vacuum by unplugging it and running off laughing.

  6. Jennifer Boehme says:

    LOL, yes I would go cordless, I would rather do it than keep tripping over cor, having problems finding an outlet to reach where I need to vacuum, and scaring my Pug with the cord moving all over the floors.

  7. Birdiebee says:

    I would love one of these vacuums. I live in an older home where trying to find a plug in not in use is almost impossible. In addition, the cord of the vacuum does not stay in the plug in and is constantly coming out while vacuuming.which makes cleaning the floors a nightmare.

  8. Anna Tetreault says:

    This seems like it could be very useful for my house! My cat is a Maine coon and she pulls out little fluffs of hair when she cleans her self and they get everywhere! It drives me insane and I have to sweep all the time!! I need one of these! My mom also needs a new vacuum I will have to tell her about his one! Thanks for the review.

  9. I would love to have a cordless vacuum! I’m so tired of twisting around to avoid the cord. This looks like it works really well!

  10. I bought that exact vacuum last yr. I too was a little skeptical about going cordless. I chose it after searching online for a vacuum with the most powerful suction. Oddly this one came in at #1 for 2019, even surpassing Dyson, shark, and oreck which were all way pricier. I got it on sale from Boscov’s for a 100 bucks and it even came with a free seperate cordless hand vac (similar to a dustbuster but BETTER). I absolutely love both the vacuum and the hand vac and am currently looking to buy another cuz I sorta messed mine up by using the hose to clean up water my toddler spilled on the carpet. It still works but seemingly not as well as it did before I made that stupid decision. If you’re looking for a great reliable vac-LOOK NO FURTHER!! It will be money well spent. I promise 🙂

    1. Yikes! Yeah, I can see water causing a problem, but overall, ours is great, too!

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