Bissell CrossWave 1785
|Tank Capacity||0.18 gal|
|Cord Length||25 ft|
|Product Height||12 in|
|Product Length||46 in|
|Product Width||10.5 in|
During our thorough research, we have read hundreds of reviews from real buyers. This is what most people think of Bissell CrossWave 1785:
5 reasons to buy
- Most users agree that this wet/dry vacuum is built well, and is robust enough for everyday use.
- The Bissell CrossWave 1785 is said to work very well on most types of hard floors, including tiles, wooden floors, and concrete.
- While this is a multifunctional vacuum for both wet and dry vacuuming, several users agree that it works well for both wet AND dry vacuuming separately.
- Its design makes for a user friendly and light experience, suitable for everyday cleaning, or brief cleanings between more thorough and deep cleanings.
- Due to its design, it gets close to edges and baseboards, so you don’t have to manually clean those areas afterwards.
5 reasons not to buy
- Although many users agree that it’s a well built and robust vacuum, some parts are fragile and might lead to the vacuum being unrepairable.
- Some users had issues with the vacuum leaving streaks across floors during cleaning, and as a result making the floor look dirty.
- A few users experienced similar issues with the solution not pumping into the brush compartment, causing it to not work properly.
- Some users mentioned that it’s difficult to empty the water bin, as dirt is nestled at the bottom and has to be digged or rinsed out.
- While most users are happy with its ability to vacuum both dry and wet areas, some users mention it’s weaker than most regular dry vacuums.
The Bissell CrossWave 1785 is a popular wet/dry vacuum, with added functionality in form of the built in cleanwater- and soap tank, which gives it multiple purposes. It works as a dry vacuum, a wet vacuum and a floor mop, which makes it a great buy. Most users think it works great for all its purposes, but some users thought it didn’t clean their floors thoroughly, and some even had issues with streaks being left across the floors, as the vacuum simply “pushed” the dirt around, and made it to mud from the water solution added while cleaning. A few users mention that this wet/dry vacuum is probably best suited for smaller households with hard floors and a frequent cleaning schedule, as it seems to work best on floors with light amounts of dust and dirt. Some users also said they used it for spot cleaning or cleaning in between deep cleanings, which makes perfect sense. All in all, this product is most likely a great addition to your exisiting equipment, and it is very likely to make everyday cleaning easier as well.