Bissell Hard Floor Expert Multi-Cyclonic Vacuum: A Powerful Cleaning Companion

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When it comes to cleaning your floors, you want a vacuum that can tackle dirt and grime with ease. That’s where the Bissell Hard Floor Expert Multi-Cyclonic Bagless Canister Vacuum, 1547 – Corded Burnt Orange comes in. With its multi-cyclonic technology and various attachments, it’s designed to make your cleaning routine a breeze. But before you rush out to buy one, let’s unbox it, explore its performance and maneuverability, discuss maintenance and longevity, and address any potential drawbacks. By the end, you’ll have a clear idea of whether the Bissell Hard Floor Expert is the right vacuum for you. So grab your fluffy dust bunnies and let’s dive in!


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Bissell Hard Floor Expert Multi-Cyclonic Bagless Canister Vacuum, 1547 – Corded Burnt Orange

Bissell Hard Floor Expert Multi-Cyclonic Bagless Canister Vacuum, 1547 – Corded Burnt Orange

Grabbing dust bunnies by their fluffy tails

Keeping your floors clean and free of dust and debris is a never-ending task. Whether you have hardwood floors, tile, or carpets, finding the right vacuum can make all the difference. That’s where the Bissell Hard Floor Expert Multi-Cyclonic Bagless Canister Vacuum, 1547 – Corded Burnt Orange comes in. This powerful and maneuverable canister vacuum is designed to make cleaning an effortless task, leaving your floors spotless and your home looking its best.

Unboxing and First Impressions

There’s something exciting about unboxing a new cleaning companion. The Bissell Hard Floor Expert comes carefully packaged to ensure that it arrives in perfect condition. Inside the box, you’ll find the vacuum itself, along with various attachments and accessories to help you tackle different cleaning tasks.

The design and construction of the Bissell Hard Floor Expert are impressive. With its compact and lightweight design, it’s easy to carry and store, making it a great option for smaller homes or apartments. The burnt orange color adds a touch of style to the vacuum, making it a standout in your cleaning arsenal.

Performance and Cleaning Power

When it comes to cleaning power, the Bissell Hard Floor Expert doesn’t disappoint. Thanks to its multi-cyclonic technology, this vacuum offers excellent suction for longer, ensuring that dirt, pet hair, and debris are efficiently picked up from your floors. The specialized hard floor turbine foot is designed to provide powerful pickup while being gentle on your beloved floors.

Additionally, the Bissell Hard Floor Expert comes with a multi-surface foot, perfect for area rugs and carpeted floors. This versatility allows you to tackle different surfaces in your home with ease, without the need for multiple vacuums.

The various attachments that come with the Bissell Hard Floor Expert further enhance its cleaning power. From the metal telescoping wand that helps you reach under furniture and clean hard-to-reach areas, to the rotating clear window brush system that offers a clear view of what you’re picking up, these attachments make cleaning a breeze.

Maneuverability and Ease of Use

One of the standout features of the Bissell Hard Floor Expert is its maneuverability. With the ability to comfortably maneuver around and under furniture, this vacuum allows you to clean every nook and cranny of your home. Say goodbye to those hard-to-reach areas that always seemed impossible to clean.

The convenience of a canister vacuum cannot be overstated. With its lightweight design and easy maneuverability, the Bissell Hard Floor Expert makes cleaning less of a chore. No more struggling to push a heavy upright vacuum or trying to navigate tight spaces with a bulky machine. The canister design allows you to effortlessly move around your home, making cleaning a quick and easy task.

Not only is the Bissell Hard Floor Expert easy to use, but it also comes with ergonomic features that add to its overall convenience. From the comfortable handle to the easy empty dirt tank that opens from the bottom for no-mess disposal, this vacuum is designed with the user in mind.

Maintenance and Longevity

Keeping your Bissell Hard Floor Expert in top shape is essential for optimal performance. Regular maintenance, such as cleaning the filters, ensures that your vacuum continues to provide excellent suction and cleaning power. The easy-to-remove and washable filters make this a simple task, without the need for frequent filter replacements.

As for longevity, the Bissell Hard Floor Expert is designed to withstand the demands of everyday cleaning. With proper care and maintenance, you can expect this vacuum to last for years, providing reliable performance and keeping your floors looking their best.

Potential Drawbacks

While the Bissell Hard Floor Expert has many impressive features, it’s important to address some potential drawbacks. No vacuum is perfect, and this one has a few flaws that may be worth considering.

Some users have reported issues with certain attachments, such as the crevice tool, causing the buffer and red light to pop off. This can be a frustrating experience and may indicate a design flaw in the attachment. However, it’s worth noting that this issue does not affect the overall suction power of the vacuum.

Another common complaint is the short length of the power cord. Compared to other vacuums, the Bissell Hard Floor Expert may require more frequent unplugging and re-plugging to reach all areas of your home. However, this may not be a significant issue for everyone, depending on the size of your living space.

Final Verdict

When it comes to the Bissell Hard Floor Expert, the pros outweigh the cons. With its powerful suction, maneuverability, and convenient features, this vacuum offers excellent value for the price. Whether you have hardwood floors, tile, or low pile carpet, the Bissell Hard Floor Expert is a reliable and efficient cleaning companion.

Before making a purchasing decision, it’s important to consider your specific needs and preferences. If you’re looking for a vacuum that excels on hard floors and offers versatility in cleaning different surfaces, the Bissell Hard Floor Expert is worth considering. Say goodbye to dust bunnies and hello to spotless floors with this impressive canister vacuum.

“5.0 out of 5 stars Mom approved! I’ve had this vacuum for right at 2 years. I use it on laminate wood flooring only. After about 1 month of use, the plastic piece broke that supports the hose at the handle (as other reviewers have mentioned). It didn’t seem to make a huge difference so I didn’t worry about it and used it like that for 2 years. Finally, a week ago, the cord snapped right at the canister. I ordered replacement parts – a hose/handle, the floor attachment (mine was dirty and just needed to be replaced), then got new filters – spent around $80 to get it back into top shape. I installed the parts and it works like new again. Hoping to get another couple of years of use.I have 4 children so I vacuum daily. There are a lot of crumbs, paper, dust, etc, and it works well for cleaning up all of that. Suction is good, noise is about average, retractable cord still works perfectly, and canister is easy to remove and empty, then reattach. This is used in my kitchen and living room so the crumbs and mess are heavy. I try to avoid large particles or wet food (eggs, vegetables, etc) because those will cause buildup on the attachment.Great, affordable vacuum for laminate flooring. Would recommend!”

“5.0 out of 5 stars lightweight and effective on hardwood floors Easy to use and empty. Works very well picking up scoopable cat litter and fur on my hardwood floors.”

“4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent vacuum for hard surfaces. Well worth the price for what it offers and how it functions I’ve had this vacuum cleaner for a short while now. After reading some of the reviews and complaints, I can validate some of the shortcomings, but overall I find this to be a very good vacuum for hardwood floors, tile and linoleum. The vacuum I received must’ve been updated since I cannot find a way to validate the complaints others have written about. People complained about the wand falling apart and pieces falling off during cleaning. My cleaner came with what I am assuming are updates. All of the parts to the cleaner click to lock in place. I found this cleaner to have excellent suction, and I cannot validate a suction issue that others have had because apparently previous models had a form of suction control. This one does not. I can validate the power cord is a bit on the short side, but when I compared it to my shark steam mop, the cord is no shorter. I use this for my first floor in my townhouse and I only have to unplug it once midway through cleaning, so I don’t find this a terrible issue with this cleaner. It seems to be fairly sturdy and the wand is metal not plastic, so it does make it a little bit on the slightly heavier side, but definitely more sturdy than plastic. Some have complained that the cord rewind is too quick and hard, but I find it no different than any other cleaners I’ve had that offer an automatic rewind. I have not had any issues with suction. I clean the dust cup after every use, and the cleaner works perfectly every time. This was definitely well worth the money for what I wanted to use it for. The powerhead is suction driven, so it is definitely not for use on carpets. However there is a different Non-powered head that you can use on hard surfaces or low pile carpet such as throw rugs. All in all I think this was a good purchase and it is fulfilling my need.”

“5.0 out of 5 stars Great for laminate floors. Just moved to a new house and needed a new vacuum for a house with laminate floors. Have a Dyson upright and it was too heavy and not that great in picking up small particles on laminate floors.After much anguish and reading so many reviews, settled on this vacuum. I am 95% satisfied.Pros-Quieter than my upright Dyson. Can vacuum at night and not wake up the kids.-Great in picking up small particulate matter and dust. The vaccuum head has a roll that spins when it is in contact with the floor. It does not use a belt but spins passively due to the suction with the ground.-love the cord retraction functionality. Completely awesome.-much lighter than the Dyson-Can choose between 2 vacuum heads and also has 2 small accessory attachments.Cons-it has less overall suction than the Dyson, but yet it worked better on the laminate.-just decent on low pile rug. Would not use this on carpet.-not very compact in storage. See photo.Neutral-cord length is fine in my opinion. Not as long as Dyson, but it’s ok.”

“5.0 out of 5 stars Great for laminate floors. Just moved to a new house and needed a new vacuum for a house with laminate floors. Have a Dyson upright and it was too heavy and not that great in picking up small particles on laminate floors.After much anguish and reading so many reviews, settled on this vacuum. I am 95% satisfied.Pros-Quieter than my upright Dyson. Can vacuum at night and not wake up the kids.-Great in picking up small particulate matter and dust. The vaccuum head has a roll that spins when it is in contact with the floor. It does not use a belt but spins passively due to the suction with the ground.-love the cord retraction functionality. Completely awesome.-much lighter than the Dyson-Can choose between 2 vacuum heads and also has 2 small accessory attachments.Cons-it has less overall suction than the Dyson, but yet it worked better on the laminate.-just decent on low pile rug. Would not use this on carpet.-not very compact in storage. See photo.Neutral-cord length is fine in my opinion. Not as long as Dyson, but it’s ok.———-///———–/-/——-Update 6/2016It’s been about two months.I forgot to add a few pros- great in picking things up close to the wall.- easy to take off canister, easy to empty, and easy to put back on.- like the easily adjustable length stickCons– not so easy to vaccuum stairs.- a plastic piece which surrounds the hose to the handle broke. It’s function was to prevent kinking of the hose at the handle. So far it has not been a problem as the hose is pretty sturdy and doesn’t kink even without it, however, kind of suprised it broke after 2 months.- haven’t really found a use for the 2 hose attachments.”

“5.0 out of 5 stars Great for laminate floors. Just moved to a new house and needed a new vacuum for a house with laminate floors. Have a Dyson upright and it was too heavy and not that great in picking up small particles on laminate floors.After much anguish and reading so many reviews, settled on this vacuum. I am 95% satisfied.Pros-Quieter than my upright Dyson. Can vacuum at night and not wake up the kids.-Great in picking up small particulate matter and dust. The vaccuum head has a roll that spins when it is in contact with the floor. It does not use a belt but spins passively due to the suction with the ground.-love the cord retraction functionality. Completely awesome.-much lighter than the Dyson-Can choose between 2 vacuum heads and also has 2 small accessory attachments.Cons-it has less overall suction than the Dyson, but yet it worked better on the laminate.-just decent on low pile rug. Would not use this on carpet.-not very compact in storage. See photo.Neutral-cord length is fine in my opinion. Not as long as Dyson, but it’s ok.———-///———–/-/——-Update 6/2016It’s been about two months.I forgot to add a few pros- great in picking things up close to the wall.- easy to take off canister, easy to empty, and easy to put back on.- like the easily adjustable length stickCons– not so easy to vaccuum stairs.- a plastic piece which surrounds the hose to the handle broke. It’s function was to prevent kinking of the hose at the handle. So far it has not been a problem as the hose is pretty sturdy and doesn’t kink even without it, however, kind of suprised it broke after 2 months.- haven’t really found a use for the 2 hose attachments.”

“5.0 out of 5 stars Great for laminate floors. Just moved to a new house and needed a new vacuum for a house with laminate floors. Have a Dyson upright and it was too heavy and not that great in picking up small particles on laminate floors.After much anguish and reading so many reviews, settled on this vacuum. I am 95% satisfied.Pros-Quieter than my upright Dyson. Can vacuum at night and not wake up the kids.-Great in picking up small particulate matter and dust. The vaccuum head has a roll that spins when it is in contact with the floor. It does not use a belt but spins passively due to the suction with the ground.-love the cord retraction functionality. Completely awesome.-much lighter than the Dyson-Can choose between 2 vacuum heads and also has 2 small accessory attachments.Cons-it has less overall suction than the Dyson, but yet it worked better on the laminate.-just decent on low pile rug. Would not use this on carpet.-not very compact in storage. See photo.Neutral-cord length is fine in my opinion. Not as long as Dyson, but it’s ok.———-///———–/-/——-Update 6/2016It’s been about two months.I forgot to add a few pros- great in picking things up close to the wall.- easy to take off canister, easy to empty, and easy to put back on.- like the easily adjustable length stickCons– not so easy to vaccuum stairs.- a plastic piece which surrounds the hose to the handle broke. It’s function was to prevent kinking of the hose at the handle. So far it has not been a problem as the hose is pretty sturdy and doesn’t kink even without it, however, kind of suprised it broke after 2 months.- haven’t really found a use for the 2 hose attachments.”

“5.0 out of 5 stars Great for laminate floors. Just moved to a new house and needed a new vacuum for a house with laminate floors. Have a Dyson upright and it was too heavy and not that great in picking up small particles on laminate floors.After much anguish and reading so many reviews, settled on this vacuum. I am 95% satisfied.Pros-Quieter than my upright Dyson. Can vacuum at night and not wake up the kids.-Great in picking up small particulate matter and dust. The vaccuum head has a roll that spins when it is in contact with the floor. It does not use a belt but spins passively due to the suction with the ground.-love the cord retraction functionality. Completely awesome.-much lighter than the Dyson-Can choose between 2 vacuum heads and also has 2 small accessory attachments.Cons-it has less overall suction than the Dyson, but yet it worked better on the laminate.-just decent on low pile rug. Would not use this on carpet.-not very compact in storage. See photo.Neutral-cord length is fine in my opinion. Not as long as Dyson, but it’s ok.———-///———–/-/——-Update 6/2016It’s been about two months.I forgot to add a few pros- great in picking things up close to the wall.- easy to take off canister, easy to empty, and easy to put back on.- like the easily adjustable length stickCons– not so easy to vaccuum stairs.- a plastic piece which surrounds the hose to the handle broke. It’s function was to prevent kinking of the hose at the handle. So far it has not been a problem as the hose is pretty sturdy and doesn’t kink even without it, however, kind of suprised it broke after 2 months.- haven’t really found a use for the 2 hose attachments.”

“1.0 out of 5 stars broke after 3-4 times of use First time I used it I was so happy because the suction was Amazing I loved it. I previously bought another Vaccum from this brand and had to return it because it wasn’t great at all (and was apparently a best seller) so when I got this Vaccum I was really satisfied. The second time I used it the suction “buffer” kept popping off and the red light kept turning on and it made a sound like something was clogged somewhere. I checked and checked and rechecked nothing was clogged. I took off the pieces one by one checking the suction and each time suction was great, nothing clogged. With this exercise I found out that the crevice tool that comes with the Vaccum from the brand, makes the buffer and red light pop off. So that told me a lot about this product… not enough air, too much suction, it’s their own tool and it’s not adequate. So the third time I used it, it was fine I just Vaccum a small closet square nothing happened. but the fourth time, when I could finally really Vaccum my house (I just moved) I couldn’t even finish vaccuming my little kitchen that the buffer and red light popped. I emptied the bin, cleaned the filters, did the same suction exercise and nothing was blocking anything. Only now, the buffer and red light are always on and the Vaccum is screaming… worst sound and the hardfloor head isn’t spinning half the time (and it’s clean). So basically after 4 times, the Vaccum isn’t working anymore, i hasn’t been a month yet… I did A LOT of research, because not only I returned a Vaccum not so long ago, but because I need a powerful one too. I really thought I had a great one, but I didn’t. I spent more time checking if anything was clogged and what was the issue than vaccuming. For the price I’m very disappointed and now I wonder if it’s a brand issue…. If only I could know, because if it worked like it did the first time, all the time, it would be the best Vaccum. I think it used to have levels of suctions you could select, but it doesn’t anymore and it seems it makes the Vaccum overheat from the constant buffer popping off.”

“3.0 out of 5 stars Not the best I just purchased this vacuum and have ultimately decided to return it after using it twice.I bought it initially because I was looking for a powerful vacuum that would do a deeper clean. This vacuum does have GREAT suction but is actually too powerful for my needs. My house is a mix of tile and hardwood with a few small rugs scattered throughout. The flat brush head that is designed for low pile carpet is so strong that it lifts even the corners/edges of my area rug. It is impossible for me to vacuum the smaller ones without holding all of the corners down somehow.Additionally, I found it tiresome to have to continue switching brush heads between carpet and hard flooring.The smaller, brush roller is strange. I found that it didn’t really glide along as I would have liked and it is impossible to use either of the brush heads for both purposes (meaning that you MUST switch them going between hard flooring and carpet).I’m not sure who this vacuum would be good for. Like I said, it is VERY powerful, especially for the price. Maybe it would be good for you if you just had hard floor or just low pile carpet.I also think that the cord is a bit too short. With my old Dyson, I could vacuum from one end of my kitchen to the end of my living room but with this vacuum, I have to switch plugs for each room.Good value but ultimately not what I was looking for.”

“5.0 out of 5 stars Better than my Dyson This vacuum is better than my Dyson. I love it. Easy to use, easy to clean and makes vacuuming a breeze!”

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FAQs:

Q: What are the key features of the Bissell Hard Floor Expert Multi-Cyclonic Bagless Canister Vacuum?

The key features of the Bissell Hard Floor Expert Multi-Cyclonic Bagless Canister Vacuum include powerful multi-cyclonic technology for efficient cleaning, various attachments for versatile use, and ergonomic design for ease of use.

Q: How does the Bissell Hard Floor Expert handle dirt and grime?

The Bissell Hard Floor Expert is designed to tackle dirt and grime with ease. Its powerful multi-cyclonic technology ensures thorough cleaning and effective suction power, leaving your floors spotless.

Q: Is the Bissell Hard Floor Expert easy to maneuver?

Yes, the Bissell Hard Floor Expert is highly maneuverable. Its canister design allows for easy navigation around obstacles, and its ergonomic features make cleaning less of a chore.

Q: How do I maintain and prolong the lifespan of the Bissell Hard Floor Expert?

To maintain and prolong the lifespan of your Bissell Hard Floor Expert, it is important to regularly clean the filters. This ensures optimal performance and longevity of the vacuum.

Q: What are the potential drawbacks of the Bissell Hard Floor Expert?

While the Bissell Hard Floor Expert is a great vacuum, it does have a few drawbacks. Some common complaints include its relatively small dustbin capacity and occasional difficulty in accessing tight spaces. However, when compared to similar products, these drawbacks are minor.