Bagged vs bagless vacuums: which is best for you?

When comparing bagged and bagless vacuums, the differences between them are beyond the obvious, and these are not well known. To help you in your search for the best vacuum cleaner for the home, we’ve looked at the pros and cons of both bagged and bagless models, and within that framework both corded and cordless vacuums, to provide the key differences between the two.

Whichever option you choose, the basics of how to vacuum remain the same. The two vacuum cleaners we compared (above) are just two examples of the types of bagged and bagless vacuum cleaners available. Read on to find out more.

Bagged vs. Bagless Vacuums: The Key Similarities and Differences

  • Bagless vacuum cleaners have a bag to dispose of when full, while bagless vacuum cleaners (most often) have a canister to empty
  • Bagged vacuums generally have a larger capacity than bagless vacuums
  • Bagged and bagless cleaners are available as cordless and corded models

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