25 Best Stick Vacuums of April 2019

Find the 25 best stick vacuums, based on 68068 reviews

  1. 1.

    Dyson V7 Animal

    $ 299.99 94 %2367 reviews
  2. 2.

    Shark Rocket DuoClean HV382

    $ 219.99 92 %2219 reviews
  3. 3.

    Dyson V8 Absolute

    $ 349.99 92 %7171 reviews
  4. 4.

    Tineco A11 Hero

    $ 299.99 92 %399 reviews
  5. 5.

    Dyson Cyclone V10 Absolute

    $ 526.99 91 %1737 reviews
  6. 6.

    Shark Rocket TruePet DeluxePro HV322

    $ 199.99 89 %2228 reviews
  7. 7.

    MooSoo XL-618B

    $ 149.99 88 %198 reviews
  8. 8.

    Hoover LiNX Signature BH50020PC

    $ 139.99 87 %1026 reviews
  9. 9.

    Dyson V6

    $ 229.99 87 %2800 reviews
  10. 10.

    Tineco A10 Hero

    $ 189.99 86 %1231 reviews
  11. 11.

    Bissell Featherweight 2033

    $ 24.29 86 %1506 reviews
  12. 12.

    Hoover LiNX SH20030

    $ 79.99 83 %3381 reviews
  13. 13.

    Shark Rocket HV301

    $ 125.00 83 %4659 reviews
  14. 14.

    Deik VCS1000

    $ 99.98 82 %266 reviews
  15. 15.

    Deik VC1606

    $ 82 %238 reviews
Dyson V7 AnimalShark Rocket DuoClean HV382Dyson V8 AbsoluteTineco A11 HeroDyson Cyclone V10 Absolute
(2367 reviews)
(2219 reviews)
(7171 reviews)
(399 reviews)
(1737 reviews)
Price$299.99 $219.99 $349.99 $299.99 $526.99
Dust Cup Capacity0.14 gal0.11 gal0.2 gal0.16 gal0.2 gal
Cord Length-- ft30 ft-- ft-- ft-- ft
Battery TypeLi-Ion--Li-IonLi-IonLi-Ion
Removable BatteryNo--NoYesNo
Max. Battery Run Time30 mins-- mins40 mins60 mins60 mins
Detachable Hand VacuumYesYesYesYesYes
Height48.94 in46.4 in49 in43.7 in49.2 in
Weight5.3 lbs9.9 lbs5.75 lbs3.26 lbs5.9 lbs

Choosing the Best Stick Vacuum

One of the major pros of having a stick vacuum is maneuverability mainly because it is much smaller than other types of vacuums. Because of its size, there are a few things to keep in mind when looking for just the right kind for you. Things like what attachments it comes with, battery time if cordless, and dustbin capacity are some points to keep in mind when choosing your next stick vacuum.
  • Best Attachments: If you’re getting a stick vacuum to replace a canister or upright vacuum, a good idea is to make sure you get the right attachments with your new vacuum. One of the more useful tools is the brush roll and an attachment for vacuuming carpet. Another important attachment is the narrow crevice tool. Useful for all the small corners and crevices of your house. An upholstery brush is also a great tool for vacuuming your furniture etc. Some of the newer versions of stick vacuums can be turned into a smaller handheld vacuum for an easy cleaner for the insides of your cabinets and/or the inside of your car.
  • Dust Bin Capacity: Because of its size, the stick will most likely come with a smaller dust bin. So look for one with an easy-to-empty canister, this is also a much more environmentally friendly solution rather than having to buy bags for your vacuum.
  • Cord Length (if any): Most stick vacuums are cordless, which makes them super easy to maneuver around the house. If it has a cord, make sure you find one with a longer cord, so you don’t have to switch outlets more than necessary.
  • Battery (Li-ion vs. NiMH): So because most are cordless, most will be running on rechargeable batteries. Two different kinds that are most common are Lithium-ion and NiMH. Both are quite similar as they can hold a similar amount of power. However, the li-ion battery cells can be charged and discharged more rapidly than the other one. Another thing to keep in mind when comparing batteries is the “memory effect”. When you charge the NiMH battery before it is fully empty this can sometimes diminish a battery’s capacity, because of the so called “memory effect”. A li-ion battery doesn’t have much of that effect, which makes it preferable over the other kind.
  • Charging Stations: Find one with a charging station that doesn’t take up too much space and/or one you can attach to your wall somewhere out of sight.
  • Weight and Dimensions: Look for a stick vacuum with a weight range of 5-10 lbs. Once you go higher than that it starts to become harder on your body to carry it around the house.