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LiNX Signature 18-Volt Cordless Stick Vacuum Cleaner

Retire your dustpan and broom and transform your everyday floor cleaning. This sleek, versatile stick vacuum is always ready to deliver upright performance with Fade Free Lithium-Ion battery power. LiNX Signature has powerful performance on all floor types without the hassle of a cord.

  • LINX Signature Cordless Fade-Free Lithium-Ion Battery System – interchangeable battery with charger
  • Powered Brushroll with WindTunnel Technology – transition from hard flooring to area rugs and low pile carpeting easily
  • Intuitive Power Controls – brushroll on/off switch positioned where it should be – right at your fingertips
  • Fuel Gauge – registers remaining battery life
  • Edge Cleaning Bristles – removes dirt up against edges
  • Wide Cleaner Mouth – cleans up dry spills quickly
  • Low Profile Base – fits under counter edges and furniture
  • Extreme Recline Handle – reach far under furniture easily
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Not a shill; no association. My home has two short-haired cats and one long-haired human. It’s a one-bed apartment. This wad of hair is what this vac got—even after I went over most of the place with two other vacs. 13x9x4 inches. Battery lasted just long enough to hit everything.

I owned an older model of the Hoover Linx Cordless for at least 8 years (on left in photo). It was GREAT! We are an older couple with 3 cats and concrete floors, so it was perfect for our needs. The handle finally started to be really wobbly where it connects to the motor section, but we taped it together and it continued to do the job. I finally decided it had earned a rest, so moved it upstairs where it might only be needed occasionally. And bought this model as a replacement last November. I immediately noticed that it wouldn’t pick up cat litter (big issue at our house) without me going back and forth over it 2-3 times. And the motor sounded quieter, but I’m thinking that was actually LESS POWER. Finally brought the old workhorse downstairs and compared. It won hands down. New one LOST. (Battery hasn’t been a problem like others have said, FWIW). I actually bought 2 as gifts for my kids…now I wonder if theirs is as unimpressive as my new one. Hoover, what did you change? And WHY? Please respond!

Took the new Shark x2 back (too squirrelly) left my arm sore trying to control it. Bought the Linx because of a consumer report stating it was #2 behind V6 Dyson cordless. Price was second reason I bought it. The reason I kept it is because it’s extremely easy to use and the suction is awesome on carpet and floor. I can do at least 3 good quick run throughs on high traffic areas in my house before needing a charge! My run throughs may differ from someone else but point is Linx’s the winner. I still use my plug in Dyson for heavy-duty cleaning but that’s not near as often now that I have my Linx. I even like the clean black slim look. Just my two cents worth but Linx is worthy of my dollars spent.

This vacuum is great for cleanups between deep cleaning days. Great for cleaning up after the kids after dinner. It charges quickly & lasts long enough to do a once-through of our full 1400 sq ft house. There are two modes, one for hard floors & a rotating brush for carpets & rugs. The suction is good enough to clean along the walls & in corners. The bin is easy to remove & empty, it’s not huge but is large enough for a quick cleanup. The one design aspect I didn’t care for is that you have to remove the battery to charge it. I prefer the models that can be set on a charging dock, so they are always charged & ready to use. But I love how slim & light this model is.



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