I have a love-hate relationship with vacuuming. While I’ve always been strangely obsessed with the vacuum marks left behind on freshly clean carpet, the process of lugging out the heavy vacuum is a great enough deterrent to push the chore out to my monthly (instead of weekly) list. Honestly, it isn’t even so much the vacuuming bit as it is the unwinding and re-winding of the cord before and after. I HATE that part. It’s just like neatly piling up garden hose after you use it – who likes to do that?!?

hoover air cordless vacuum 2And this is where my love affair with the Hoover Air Cordless begins. While I own a couple cordless stick vacs, the beauty about the Hoover Air Cordless is that it is a full-size cyclonic vacuum that can clean the whole home up to 2500 square feet (thats 50 minutes of run time!) thanks to the TWO included LithiumLife batteries. 

hoover air cordless vacuum 4So while I’m vacuuming with one battery, the other is charging. I love that I can see just how much charge I have left with a simple glance thanks to the battery level indicator too!

My home is nowhere near that size, but it really doesn’t matter. You just don’t know how convenient it is to no longer plug and unplug with each room until you go cordless. It’s also great to not have to switch products as I move from room to room as the Hoover Air Cordless cleans both carpets and hard wood floors. It even does a fantastic job on my really long shag rug! It’s design is classically simple. On carpet? Turn on the brushes. On hardwood? Just use straight suction. 

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hoover air cordless vacuum 5Need to get into those crevices? Pull off the hose and attach the 2 in 1 cleaning wand – which happens to be my only complaint on this product.

hoover air cordless vacuum 1When using the cleaning wand, I noticed suction was not impressive and the hose is restricted by design, resulting in quite a few tip overs and not being able to reach high areas. But the convenience and ease of use to clean the floors of my entire home far outweigh this small annoyance. 

hoover air cordless vacuum 6The Hoover Air Cordless still remains really light at only 9.9 lbs and easily maneuvers around furniture, corners and by passes curious kittens with a simple twist of the handle. Neither does it sacrifice capacity with an 11inch cleaning path and a high capacity 1.05 liter dirt cup, allowing me to empty it less frequently.
hoover air cordless vacuum 3Plus, the bottom-release dirt cup allows it to be emptied without getting dust and dirt on your hands or clothing. It’s also worth noting that the filter is reusable (less waste in our landfills!) and rinsable for long lasting cleaning power.To wrap it all up, the Hoover Air Cordless comes backed with a a 5-year limited warranty and is available at Walmart.

This post is brought to you by Lunchbox. I was provided product to facilitate this review, but all opinions remain my own.

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  1. Hi, Jeana!
    Thanks for sharing this buying guide, it has an amazing useful content that will help a lot of people. With so many options on market, it’s quite difficult to find the right tool and this kind of articles makes the buying process much easier. I have had several products from Hoover during the time and I can confirm that they are among the best when it comes to vacuum cleaners.

    I really think that everyone that is looking up to purchase a vacuum cleaner should take a look at Hoover. They have not only great products, but also friendly prices!

  2. Been looking at this model since it came out earlier this year. I have another Hoover cordless stick vac that is really nice but the batteries have been unable to keep their charge at the same level as when I first purchased it.

    Hard to leave Dysons “Ball” as well.

    1. Hey Mike! We still use our Hoover Air almost daily around here. Really loving the 2 batteries (you virtually never run out of juice!) and it’s extremely maneuverable. It’s not as powerful as the Dyson DC59 stick vac (that thing is a suction machine!), but it does a good job!

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