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Bissell PowerForce Turbo Vacuum Cleaner 82H5E - RRP £99 new - now reduced to £39.99 delivered @ Bissell Shop Direct
Bissell PowerForce Turbo Vacuum Cleaner 82H5E - RRP £99 new - now reduced to £39.99 delivered @ Bissell Shop Direct

Bissell PowerForce Turbo Vacuum Cleaner 82H5E - RRP £99 new - now reduced to £39.99 delivered @ Bissell Shop Direct

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BARGAIN !!! - Reconditioned but to new quality and with 1 year warranty

The cheapest new one is at Tesco at £89.99 plus delivery which is on special offer.

I got mine delivered this morning (ordered thursday) and it looks brand new, it does say Recon on the box but that's the only way you'd know. Comes with year warranty so bargain at this price.

This is as good as my dyson which dies last week. The suction is VERY good.

Maximum power and convenience to meticulously clean your home. Bagless technology and a powerful 1400 watt motor give superb cleaning performance from high pile carpet to hard floors. Rotating Turbo Brush thoroughly cleans pet hair, stairs and upholstery.

3 Stage filtration with washable filters
HEPA Media post-motor filter captures over 99.9% of dust mites, pollens and ragweed
Easy empty dirt container with exclusive Lock'n'Seal lever
Turbo Brush
On Board tools, including crevice tool, extension wand and combination dusting brush/upholstery tool
2 metres stretch hose
8 metres power cord
1400 Watts
Dual edge cleaning
1 YEAR WARRANTY

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Are these any good? The first think which striked me is the 2 metre stretch hose which seems VERY short meaning I wont be able to hover the stairs from the bottom. But does look intriguing as my old Hoover is about to die.

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It's got a 2 metre hose and then the plastic extension bits. I've just done my entire house, I managed to get just over half way up the stairs so then did the top half with the hoover at the top.

Really good vacuum and a bargain at this price, I've just ordered a second for my office

stormyuk

Are these any good? The first think which striked me is the 2 metre … Are these any good? The first think which striked me is the 2 metre stretch hose which seems VERY short meaning I wont be able to hover the stairs from the bottom. But does look intriguing as my old Hoover is about to die.



I bought the "Pethair Erazur" last time when they had reconditioned offer. I paid £49.99 and the cleaner was as new (with all the new stickers on ,etc.). This model has a 5 m hose (this is why I bought it) and reaches to the top of 12 steps. Maybe worth waiting for this to come up.

The cleaner is very good and takes all hairs of my dogs and cats from carpet and furniture. All accessories stick on the cleaner, so you always have them with you. Cable is 15 m. The only critizism is the noise. Luckily, my animals don't mind that. I also have a Henry cleaner which is whisper quite compared to the Bissell.

Good price, i need a new vacuum for cleaning the car

Its between this and the Tesco bagless cylinder cleaner for £32.95 or something. Which one would be better?? The Tesco one is slightly more powerful and has a higher number of filters. I don't need to clean stairs, just an Apt, with lots of HAIR!!!

my vax just died, going to give this ago. thanks

I bought the "Pethair Erazur" last time when they had reconditioned … I bought the "Pethair Erazur" last time when they had reconditioned offer. I paid £49.99 and the cleaner was as new (with all the new stickers on ,etc.). This model has a 5 m hose (this is why I bought it) and reaches to the top of 12 steps. Maybe worth waiting for this to come up.The cleaner is very good and takes all hairs of my dogs and cats from carpet and furniture. All accessories stick on the cleaner, so you always have them with you. Cable is 15 m. The only critizism is the noise. Luckily, my animals don't mind that. I also have a Henry cleaner which is whisper quite compared to the Bissell.



Yeh, I think I will give it a miss purely for this reason, I can't be bothered having to mess about with the stairs/ceilings.

Cheers
Edited by: "stormyuk" 26th Jul 2010

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I would deffinately go with this, Bissell is a good brand

mrpremium

I would deffinately go with this, Bissell is a good brand



Hope you are right ..

I have just bought this for my father.

Hot. Ordered thanks OP. (_;)

This came within a couple of days and very good it is ... certainly worth £39.99

It's got a headlight too, so my father can vacuum the house in the dark

Ok, this might be a stupid question :-) ... but if they are not new, where do all the 'reconditioned models' come from?

ordered cheers

Thanks nice one..
Just ordered one for my new home..

Thanks.

wbmkk

This came within a couple of days and very good it is ... certainly worth … This came within a couple of days and very good it is ... certainly worth £39.99It's got a headlight too, so my father can vacuum the house in the dark



That's exactly what I thought when I had mine delivered yesterday!

Looks like a solid machine. Haven't had a chance to have a proper whip round with it yet but looks like it would do the job pretty well.

Hot. I would definitely recommend Bissell. I bought the pethair eraser one when it was on offer for £50 and its the best vacuum I`ve ever had for lifting pet hairs. I`ve used a dyson before as a relative has one, and tbh, I would never waste my money on one for myself. They are really cumbersome to use and my Bissell Pet Eraser beats it hands down;)

I got the Bissell pet hair remover when it was on offer too and I have to say in terms of power and effectiveness it's the best vacum cleaner I have ever used.

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whatsThePoint

Is the tesco one reconditioned? if not the price comparison is irrelevant



No your comment is irrelevant, I mearly added to highlight the next cheapest price you could buy this model... This gives people the choice of paying £90 or saving £50 to get a reconditioned. If it was a £10 saving I'd say buy new but it's over 50% off so well worth buying

whatsThePoint

Is the tesco one reconditioned? if not the price comparison is irrelevant


They both come with a warranty, so it's not THAT irrelevant.
Reconditioned or not, the Bissell direct one is a better deal.
Edited by: "jukkie" 3rd Aug 2010

whatsThePoint

Secondhand/faulty return/repaired does not = Brand new so my comment is … Secondhand/faulty return/repaired does not = Brand new so my comment is very relevant and your lame reasoning is irrelevant itself


I bought a brand new Vax that broke twice in 5 months.
I also bought a reconditioned Bissell ProHeat allrounder over a year ago, that I have used and abused, as well as leant to family members (instead of them buying their own washer/deep cleaner). And I've not had a single problem with it (and even if I did have a problem it still came with a 12 month warranty).

So the New Vs Recon argument isn't always that straightforward.
Edited by: "jukkie" 3rd Aug 2010

ordered thanks heat added

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Great reviews for this by the way, if you search bissell this is the best rates of all models

reevoo.com/p/b…ght

I bought a reconditioned 'Lift off' a couple of years ago. It arrived in an immaculate condition and has out performed the dyson it replaced by a huge margin. I have no hesitation in recommending Bissell cleaners to anyone.

I agree. I got a reconditioned lift off 3.5 years ago & the suction on it is absolutely amazing.

I had a brand new Bissell lift off, lasted just over a year before the motor went (just out of warranty), load of rubbish.

chriswvtr

I had a brand new Bissell lift off, lasted just over a year before the … I had a brand new Bissell lift off, lasted just over a year before the motor went (just out of warranty), load of rubbish.


Perhaps when they recon them they put better motors in? Lol!

Not too sure about this. Seems to be the same as a $60 Walmart model. which has loads of reviews.
The spread of good vs bad reviews, would suggest quality issues.
walmart.com/cat…929

Ordered. Cheers OP

Just ordered one ..

Thankyou

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jsoap

Not too sure about this. Seems to be the same as a $60 Walmart model. … Not too sure about this. Seems to be the same as a $60 Walmart model. which has loads of reviews.The spread of good vs bad reviews, would suggest quality issues.http://www.walmart.com/catalog/allReviews.do?product_id=4633929



Read the UK reviews.... All very good.... I am very happy with mine

Can someone tell me how soon they received theirs with free delivery please and was it by courier or
royal mail
Thanks

deanos

Good price, i need a new vacuum for cleaning the car



Hmmmm, that's exactly what I'm thinking of getting one for. For those of you that have one, anybody like to comment on what the hand held tools are like? Will they be suitable for a car?

Cheers

Nick
Edited by: "NSA" 4th Aug 2010

Think you get what you pay for with this machine. Here is the "Which" guide....

"The bagless upright Powerforce 47M6-E vacuum from Bissell is outstanding at picking up pet hair, but we were underwhelmed by its performance in the rest of our tests. Though it’s not quite bad enough to be a Don’t Buy, we think it’s a pretty poor machine.

The Powerforce 47M6-E does an adequate job of cleaning carpets and laminate but is abysmal when it comes to cleaning hardwood floors and won’t remove dust and dirt from crevices.

As we often find with uprights, its does a fantastic job of lifting pet hairs and the suction power doesn’t drop off as the bag fills up.

It’s poor at retaining allergens and much of the dust it picks up escapes from the container, so this vac isn’t a great choice for those with allergies.

It’s quite light, which makes it reasonably easy to manoeuvre, and it cleans quite close to walls and corners. But it’s unsuitable for cleaning stairs or getting under furniture.

This Bissell won’t use as much energy as the average vacuum cleaner we’ve tested – energy consumption is 203Wh, compared with an average of 267Wh. However, it is a noisy vac.

You’ll find you have to empty it more regularly than some other upright vacs as its dust container smaller than we’d expect. It can hold 2.6 litres compared with an average of 3.2 litres for all uprights.

Its reach is also a bit less than we’d expect at 7.6 metres, so you may have to change plug sockets as you clean. There’s also no suction control.

Pros: Excellent at picking up pet hair, easy to manoeuvre

Cons: Poor at cleaning hardwood floors, average carpet cleaning, noisy, poor allergen retention"

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belkin

Can someone tell me how soon they received theirs with free delivery … Can someone tell me how soon they received theirs with free delivery please and was it by courier orroyal mailThanks



Delivered by Courier, I ordered mine on a Friday and it came Tuesday... Hope that helps

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Welshboyo

Think you get what you pay for with this machine. Here is the "Which" … Think you get what you pay for with this machine. Here is the "Which" guide...."The bagless upright Powerforce 47M6-E vacuum from Bissell is outstanding at picking up pet hair, but we were underwhelmed by its performance in the rest of our tests. Though it’s not quite bad enough to be a Don’t Buy, we think it’s a pretty poor machine.The Powerforce 47M6-E does an adequate job of cleaning carpets and laminate but is abysmal when it comes to cleaning hardwood floors and won’t remove dust and dirt from crevices.As we often find with uprights, its does a fantastic job of lifting pet hairs and the suction power doesn’t drop off as the bag fills up.It’s poor at retaining allergens and much of the dust it picks up escapes from the container, so this vac isn’t a great choice for those with allergies.It’s quite light, which makes it reasonably easy to manoeuvre, and it cleans quite close to walls and corners. But it’s unsuitable for cleaning stairs or getting under furniture.This Bissell won’t use as much energy as the average vacuum cleaner we’ve tested – energy consumption is 203Wh, compared with an average of 267Wh. However, it is a noisy vac.You’ll find you have to empty it more regularly than some other upright vacs as its dust container smaller than we’d expect. It can hold 2.6 litres compared with an average of 3.2 litres for all uprights.Its reach is also a bit less than we’d expect at 7.6 metres, so you may have to change plug sockets as you clean. There’s also no suction control.Pros: Excellent at picking up pet hair, easy to manoeuvreCons: Poor at cleaning hardwood floors, average carpet cleaning, noisy, poor allergen retention"



Can't comment on the hard wood floor as I don't have any but overall I think that review is a load of rubbish.... I always take reviews done by magazines with a pinch of salt. Which rates my camera (Panasonic FZ38) as the worst in it's class, yet if you look at the reviews on amazon there are hundreds that all say it's the best it it's class and the competition get terrible reviews. Also with my car (citroen C4) I read a review a few years ago when they first came making it sound like the worst thing ever made.. Then 3 months later it won car of the year award and then became the only car to win it twice in a row, oh and I LOVE the car, the best we've ever had... So I tend to stick with user reviews which are all very good for this.

For under £40 delivered I really don't think there's anything better and I actually think you couldn't find better if spending up to £100... I have had a Dyson, a Vax and this and it's as good as the dyson (if a little louder) and miles better than the vax...

Thanks for the info mrpremium

Welshboyo

Think you get what you pay for with this machine. Here is the "Which" … Think you get what you pay for with this machine. Here is the "Which" guide...."The bagless upright Powerforce 47M6-E vacuum from Bissell is outstanding at picking up pet hair, but we were underwhelmed by its performance in the rest of our tests. Though it’s not quite bad enough to be a Don’t Buy, we think it’s a pretty poor machine.The Powerforce 47M6-E does an adequate job of cleaning carpets and laminate but is abysmal when it comes to cleaning hardwood floors and won’t remove dust and dirt from crevices.As we often find with uprights, its does a fantastic job of lifting pet hairs and the suction power doesn’t drop off as the bag fills up.It’s poor at retaining allergens and much of the dust it picks up escapes from the container, so this vac isn’t a great choice for those with allergies.It’s quite light, which makes it reasonably easy to manoeuvre, and it cleans quite close to walls and corners. But it’s unsuitable for cleaning stairs or getting under furniture.This Bissell won’t use as much energy as the average vacuum cleaner we’ve tested – energy consumption is 203Wh, compared with an average of 267Wh. However, it is a noisy vac.You’ll find you have to empty it more regularly than some other upright vacs as its dust container smaller than we’d expect. It can hold 2.6 litres compared with an average of 3.2 litres for all uprights.Its reach is also a bit less than we’d expect at 7.6 metres, so you may have to change plug sockets as you clean. There’s also no suction control.Pros: Excellent at picking up pet hair, easy to manoeuvreCons: Poor at cleaning hardwood floors, average carpet cleaning, noisy, poor allergen retention"


Yes, I'd much rather take the word of a magazine rather than the words of the many people that have actually purchased the machine and used it themselves...
Oh wait... no I wouldn't :3.

Misses has been after a new hoover for a while but I've been waiting for one to come up

Cheers OP!

Thanks OP!

I have been looking at a reasonable price for one for ages
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