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  • Dyson Cyclone V10 Motorhead Stick Vacuum - 244211-01 Quick View
  • Bissell Cordless Carpet Sweeper - 2880E Quick View
  • Dyson Cyclone V10 Animal Stick Vacuum - 226417-01 Quick View
  • Hoover Impulse Cordless Vacuum - BH53020 Quick View
  • Shark Rocket Zero-M Vacuum - Purple - ZS350C Quick View
  • Dyson V8 Animal Cordless Vacuum - 164529-01 Quick View
  • Dyson V6 Cord-Free Stick Vacuum - Iron/White Quick View
  • Shark Rocket Powerhead Vacuum - Purple - AH400C Quick View
  • Bissell Bolt 16V Cordless Vacuum - 1954D Quick View
  • Shark 12in Rechargeable Sweeper - Red/Black - V2940C Quick View
  • Bissell  CrossWave Multi-Surface Wet Dry Vacuum - 1785D Quick View

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    Bissell CrossWave Multi-Surface Wet Dry Vacuum - 1785D

    • $259.99

    • Reg. $329.99

  • Dirt Devil Reach MaxPlus Stick Vacuum - BD22510BL Quick View
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Stick vacuums have their own strengths compared to upright models. Learn the differences between the two as you decide whether a stick vacuum is right for you, and check out the wide variety of vacuums London Drugs has to offer.

What Makes Stick Vacuums Different from Other Vacuums?

Stick vacuums are lightweight units, often cordless, known for being easier to lift, move and store than upright vacuums. They may sacrifice variety of attachments and a certain degree of suction power, but their ease of handling and compact profile can still make them a great alternative.

Things to Consider Before Purchasing a Stick Vacuum

Consider the following to help you decide between a stick vacuum and other vacuum options.

What kind of floors will you be cleaning?
For tile, laminate and hardwood floors a stick vacuum is ideal because it's lightweight and easy to control. Since these vacuums are less powerful than uprights, there's little chance of unintentionally scratching or damaging your floors. This is particularly true for glazed tiles, which are easily damaged.

What are you using the stick vacuum for?
For tile, laminate and hardwood floors a stick vacuum is ideal because it's lightweight and easy to control. Since If you own a stick vacuum or cordless stick vacuum, these models are ideal for handling quick vacuuming jobs because the flexible stick vacuum accesses tight corners and constricted spaces that are impossible to reach with upright vacuums.

Cord or Cordless?
On corded stick vacuums, there's no decrease in suction power since there's no battery to run down. On cordless units, you may experience a slow loss of suction as the battery power wanes. Cordless stick vacuums tend to cost more but are easier to move between rooms for spills and touch-up cleaning.  Stick vacuums may not have the deep cleaning power of large uprights, but they are also much quieter.

Drop by your nearest London Drugs or shop online today to choose a stick vacuum for your last minute or emergency cleanups. They work well in tiny houses or small apartments, providing an inexpensive, quiet and easy-to-carry cleaning option.