Best Cordless Vacuum 2019 - Dyson vs Shark vs Tineco vs Hoover vs Bissell vs Moosoo

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  • Published on:  Friday, October 18, 2019
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    Vacuum Wars Reviews of all the vacuums in this video:
    - Tineco S12 Plus/EX:
    - Dyson V11:
    - Shark Ion P50:
    - Shark F80:
    - Tineco A11 Master:
    - Jimmy JV51:
    - Moosoo K17:

    Our Favorite Robot Vacuum Mop Combos
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    Our Favorite Robot Vacuums
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    Our Favorite Cordless Vacuums
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    Our Favorite Upright Vacuums (Corded)
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    Our Favorite Carpet Cleaners
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    00:00 Best Cordless Vacuum 2019
    01:02 Disclosures
    01:19 Budget Vacuums
    04:50 Budget Winners
    05:20 Mid Range Vacuums
    08:00 Mid Range Winners
    08:17 Premium Vacuums
    10:35 Premium Winners

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