Bissell has been producing carpet cleaning products since the late 1800s. That’s a long time to perfect features and come up with new concepts like the one behind the Versus vacuum cleaner. This unique creation by Bissell offers consumers a new take on the standard bare floor cleaner. The Bissell Versus vacuum includes a 12 AMP motor and bagless design for better convenience when cleaning smooth flooring and low pile carpets. Bagless also means less money is needed to maintain the Versus.
What makes the Versus so unique is the V shaped base. The shape is intended to get into corners and run right along walls for a more precise clean. It also directs a majority of large debris into the center of the V where it is sucked up while finer particles are collected by the arm extensions. The unit offers a 13 inch wide cleaning path and is equipped with a pre motor filter and one year manufacturer warranty.
Additional features include a stretch hose and narrow crevice tool. The vacuum head is also designed to pivot left and right so consumers can easily work around furniture and into every nook and cranny of a room. The V shape is a great choice for many households, especially those with numerous obstacles in each room.
What did customers who bought Bissell’s Versus bare floor vacuum cleaner like?
- The initial assembly of the Bissell Versus is very simple and takes almost no time at all.
- The overall design of the Versus is very lightweight and compact. Anyone can easily lift or maneuver the unit throughout their home or carry it to different floors with ease.
- Pet hair, leaves and other large debris was easily collected by the Versus, leaving floors tidy and debris-free.
- The bagless design eliminates the need to purchase bags and makes it even easier to maintain the Versus.
What did Bissell’s Versus bare floor vacuum cleaner customers dislike?
- Some consumers found that while using the Versus in homes with pets, fur and dander was stuck in the arms and did not get sucked into the vacuum like it should have.
- The power cord included with the Versus was rather short which requires more plugging and unplugging and can prolong the time needed to finish vacuuming.
- Crumbs and other debris can sometimes clog openings in the V shaped head and cause the unit to eject them back onto the floors, sometimes at a great distance.