No Bags Vacuum Cleaner: Advantages And Disadvantages

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When any invention is first introduced, it will never be perfect. Hence, there will always be room for improvement and updates; so overtime newer models with better features and designs will start getting produced. Similarly, the inventor of the first vacuum cleaner would probably have never imagined the modern vacuum cleaner to look the way it does. We now have automated vacuum cleaners or “Roombas” available as well. So innovation will always keep introducing something new. This article will however be focusing solely on no bag vacuum cleaners and how they fare against their traditional bagged counterparts. When any invention is first introduced, it will never be perfect. Hence, there will always be room for improvement and updates; so overtime newer models with better features and designs will start getting produced.

Similarly, the inventor of the first vacuum cleaner would probably have never imagined the modern vacuum cleaner to look the way it does. We now have automated vacuum cleaners or “Roombas” available as well. So innovation will always keep introducing something new.

This article will however be focusing solely on no bag vacuum cleaners and how they fare against their traditional bagged counterparts.

Advantages:
• This type of vacuum cleaner is a lot more eco-friendly than its bagged counterpart because they do not require you to dispose and replace a bag everything it is filled. In fact, the same plastic component lasts throughout the machine’s entire lifetime.

• With no bag vacuum cleaners you do not have to worry about extra ongoing costs. Bagged vacuum cleaners have the added ongoing costs of replacing the bag throughout the machine’s lifetime. You do not have to deal with any extra added costs here once you have bought your vacuum cleaner.

• The chamber where the dust and debris is gathered has a clear transparent component, so you are able to tell once the chamber is getting filled and needs to be replaced. All you have to do then is remove the chamber, empty it, clean the filter in case it needs to be cleaned and then reattach it back to the machine.

Disadvantages:
• The biggest drawback to this type of vacuum cleaner however, unlike what the inventor of the first vacuum cleaner did was that it is not as safe as a bagged vacuum cleaner. With bagged vacuum cleaners, you can dispose the entire bag. However, in this case, when you are emptying the chamber, the chances of allergens and dirt falling back to the environment are very likely.