Bissell CleanView with OnePass 9595 Review

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Strong suction, handy attachments, and light weight win over users of the bagless Bissell CleanView with OnePass 9595.

With enough suction to really grab up dust and dirt on one pass, the Bissell CleanView with OnePass 9595 wins admirers. Reviews at Meijer say this bagless upright vacuum packs some mighty suction, blowing away far pricier brands and prompting horrified surprise (and relief?) at how much it picks up from surfaces users thought were clean. They're impressed with the performance-to-price ratio, according to Bissell CleanView with OnePass 9595 reviews at Best Buy, and commend the model's efficiency. There's strong consensus that the CleanView with OnePass delivers powerful suction (good enough for pet hair), is relatively quiet and easy to maneuver, clean (filter and roller brush), and store. Reviewers extol the turbo brush (for upholstery and stairs) and the bottom-empty dirt tank, which they say fills quickly but is less hassle than dealing with bags.

A few cranky notes here and there mention a roller brush that doesn't turn off when the hose is in use, a short power cord, and the near-ground location of the on/off switch.

The Bissell CleanView with OnePass 9595 upright vacuum (starting at $69, Amazon) cuts a 13.5-inch cleaning path, weighs 15 pounds, and sports a 12-amp motor. It features a 25-foot power cord and a multilevel filtration system that includes a HEPA filter and a washable foam filter for the tank, which holds 2.2 liters of gunk. The hose is 6 feet long and its reach can be augmented with the included extension wand; there are five vacuuming-height settings. The CleanView 9595 also comes with a crevice tool, dusting brush, and the above-mentioned turbo brush that works on multiple soft surfaces. This model boasts a two-year limited warranty.

Overall, the Bissell CleanView with OnePass 9595 seems worthy of commendations. For the price, this is the best bagless option available.

Raechel Conover

Raechel Conover is a freelance writer whose work has appeared on Yahoo, blogs, and other websites. She's a self-confessed shopaholic and frugal mom, always scouring the sale and clearance racks for deals and taking full advantage of free community activities and events with her husband and young sons.

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