Hoover UH70210 T-Series Pet Rewind Review – Corded Upright Vacuum
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If you’re looking for a good bagless vacuum cleaner around $100 that can handle pet hair, the Hoover UH70210 T Series WindTunnel Pet Rewind is one of the best options available on the market today. It even has some more expensive features like a handle that folds down for more compact storage and a brush roll that shuts off for vacuuming hardwood floors.
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Hoover UH70210 Use & Maintain –
As a “daily driver”, this Hoover Windtunnel T-Series hits many of the marks you look for in a good all-around machine that’s good for many different types of floors and surfaces.
First, it has 5 different height adjustments that go low for bare floors and high for deep pile carpets. As long as you have the appropriate height selected for the type of floor you’re cleaning, it remains very easy to push, pull and maneuver.
Also, since you have the option to turn off the brush roll (using the foot lever), practically a necessity for hardwood, linoleum or other types of bare floors, little bits of dirt and dust (even kitty litter) won’t get scattered or blown around before they get sucked up into the dirt canister.
Because you can shut off the brush roll, there’s no chance the Hoover UH70210 will scratch any of your floors. As an added bonus, it also has a no-scuff bumper so it also won’t leave marks along your baseboards or cabinets.
A few features we wouldn’t expect on a budget vacuum are also incorporated such as an automatic rewind for the cord so you don’t have to bend over and wrap it up when you’re finished. Another feature it has that most vacuums in all price ranges do not is headlights. While most of us don’t vacuum in the dark, it’s nice to have that extra burst of illumination in corners and under furniture where normal household lights tend to leave shadows.
Another convenient design feature is that the handle can be folded down for easier and more compact storage. While it doesn’t make the unit less bulky, it certainly makes it shorter so it may be easier to store for some users.
Pet Hair on Floors & Furniture
As far as picking up pet hair, the UH70210 does a good job, and the tools you get work well too. It comes with the basic crevice tool but also an air powered hand tool that is great for getting animal fur off carpeted stairs as well as upholstery. The other hand tool included is a pet tool but has rubber blades. This is especially helpful for scraping up pet hair from fabrics or car seats. The brush roll on the main unit also automatically shuts off when the tools are in use, so the bristles won’t be digging into the carpet when the unit is sitting still.
In user reviews, people are impressed that the brush roll doesn’t seem to get clogged or too tangled with pet hair, but if it does, it’s easy to access to remove any built-up hair or debris, making maintenance a whole lot easier. The same is true if you ever need to change the belt, as there are two quick-release switches that allow you to remove the plate on the bottom of the cleaner head.
Speaking of pet hair, the T Series Pet Rewind also has a HEPA filter included which helps keep pet dander (as well as pollen, dust and mold) out of the air you breathe. Instead, the Windtunnel technology traps these allergens and forces them into the dirt cup to be disposed of in the trash. This is good news if you or anyone in your home suffers from allergies.
Included Tools & Accessories
- Pet hair turbo brush
- 12’ extension wand
- Crevice tool
- 8’ extension hose
- Pet furniture nozzle with rubber blades
- Color: Blue
- Dimensions: 32.5” x 16” x 12”
- Cord Length: 27’ with auto rewind
- Weight: 17.8 lbs.
- Filters: Washable with HEPA filter and dirty filter indicator
- Additional Features: Headlights & No-scuff bumper
- Warranty: 2 years
- Good suction, even for pet hair
- Doesn’t scratch hardwood floors
- Tools work well for pet hair on upholstery
While many users in their review love this Hoover T Series, one of the few complaints is that it is too high-profile to fit well under furniture. It is very thick on the bottom, meaning you will probably not be able to fit it all the way under the bed to clean. One option is to use the extension hose and tools to get the job done.
In user reviews, consumers give the UH70210 4 out of 5 stars, which is very high rating for a vacuum in this price range. If you have pets and are on a budget, this Hoover WindTunnel T Series Pet Rewind has the ability to handle even pet hair stuck on furniture and does a good job on all different types of floor surfaces and carpets as well. While it’s a bit bulkier than more expensive vacs like the Shark Rotator TruePet, it also has a smaller price tag.
Overall, if you only have around $100 to spend on a cleaner, this is a good one to buy and according to many a review from users who have had it for quite some time, it holds up well over time. If you’re interest in getting one,