The best vacuum cleaners for the home of 2022

In the store, all vac­u­um clean­ers seem sim­i­lar — design, hose con­struc­tion, hous­ing. But in fact, there is a huge dif­fer­ence between dif­fer­ent devices. KP talks about the best vac­u­um clean­ers you can buy in 2022
The best vacuum cleaners for the home of 2022
The best vac­u­um clean­ers for the home. Pho­to: pixabay.com

Top 10 Home Vacuum Cleaners of 2022

1.Atvel G9

Atv­el G9. Pho­to: market.yandex.ru

The wire­less mod­el from the Amer­i­can com­pa­ny Grand Stone demon­strates an inno­v­a­tive approach to clean­ing. The vac­u­um clean­er itself is able to deter­mine the type of sur­face and select the appro­pri­ate suc­tion pow­er. This elim­i­nates the need for the user to switch modes and saves bat­tery pow­er. Despite the high pow­er, the device can be used for an hour with­out recharg­ing.

The vac­u­um clean­er has two unique fea­tures: 1) 6‑stage clean­ing sys­tem, con­sist­ing of cyclones and two HEPA fil­ters at once, which pro­vides a record air fil­tra­tion rate of 99.996%. 2) Patent­ed noz­zle with two rotat­ing brush­es, which simul­ta­ne­ous­ly effec­tive­ly removes large and small debris, as well as comb­ing wool and hair from car­pets. Thus, high effi­cien­cy of clean­ing var­i­ous con­t­a­m­i­nants and deep clean­ing (air up to aller­gens) is achieved.

Pros and cons

Light­weight (1.6 kg) and no wires, high degree of air purifi­ca­tion and pol­lu­tion removal
Not the cheap­est device
Edi­tor’s Choice
Atv­el G9
Cord­less Upright Vac­u­um Clean­er
The proces­sor selects the opti­mal pow­er depend­ing on the load and pro­vides opti­mal pow­er con­sump­tion
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2.Atvel F16

Atv­el F16. Pho­to: market.yandex.ru

The man­u­fac­tur­ers of this mod­el tried to do every­thing to ensure that the clean­ing of the premis­es was not only of high qual­i­ty, but also fast.



The vac­u­um clean­er simul­ta­ne­ous­ly car­ries out dry and wet clean­ing of premis­es, at the same time at a pro­fes­sion­al lev­el. Unlike many sim­i­lar devices, this device does not just rub mois­ture over the sur­face, but it wash­es the floor with a rotat­ing roller, squeez­ing dirty water into a spe­cial con­tain­er. In addi­tion, the vac­u­um clean­er is able to col­lect not only dry garbage, but also spilled liq­uids, as well as any “wet” pol­lu­tion — cof­fee, bro­ken eggs, baby food. The mod­el is com­plete­ly wire­less, suit­able for wash­ing any coat­ings, incl. car­pets and par­quet, humid­i­fies the air and is equipped with a self-clean­ing func­tion. The HEPA class 12 fil­ter pre­vents even the small­est dust par­ti­cles from remain­ing indoors.

Thanks to wet clean­ing and high air fil­tra­tion, the mod­el is per­fect for aller­gy suf­fer­ers, while the cord­less for­mat, suc­tion of liq­uids and self-clean­ing make the F16 a con­ve­nient and mul­ti­func­tion­al assis­tant for every day.

Pros and cons

Dry and wet clean­ing at the same time, suck up liq­uids, self-clean­ing
No voice alerts, only dis­play
Edi­tor’s Choice
Atv­el F16
Wash­ing Cord­less Vac­u­um Clean­er
F16 will clean floors from sweet juice, choco­late, col­lect bro­ken eggs, milk, cere­als, dry garbage, liq­uids, hair and dust
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3. Kobold VK200

Kobold VK200. Pho­to: market.yandex.ru

If you don’t just want reg­u­lar clean­ing but are very seri­ous about it, the VK200 is the one you should con­sid­er first.

Despite the high price, it removes 99% of aller­gens in the air, has an A+ ener­gy effi­cien­cy rat­ing and is com­plete­ly silent.

Anoth­er fea­ture is the auto­mat­ic elec­tric brush, which starts an intel­li­gent floor type recog­ni­tion sys­tem as soon as the user turns on the vac­u­um clean­er.

Pros and cons

Excel­lent clean­ing of car­pets and hard floors, stun­ning space design

4. Dyson Cyclone V10 Absolute

Dyson Cyclone V10 Ulti­mate. Pho­to: market.yandex.ru

The cord­less V10 Absolute is one of the best vac­u­um clean­ers Dyson has ever made. Revised cyclone tech­nol­o­gy pro­duces more suc­tion pow­er than ever (new V10 dig­i­tal motor is 20% more pow­er­ful than the pre­vi­ous V8).
The Cyclone V10 has a more ener­gy-dense bat­tery than pre­vi­ous mod­els. True, at the high­est set­ting, the bat­tery runs out in about five min­utes.

Pros and cons

Wire­less, works great on any sur­face
Elec­tric under­floor heat­ing under tiles

How to do the instal­la­tion your­self: pho­tos and expert advice

5. Miele SKCR3 Blizzard CX1 Excellence

Miele SKCR3 Bliz­zard CX1 Excel­lence. Pho­to: market.yandex.ru

Attrac­tive fea­tures of this unit include wire­less on/off con­trols, vari­able pow­er and self-clean­ing fil­ters. True, the Bliz­zard CX1 isn’t great with pet hair, and it’s also too big and heavy to car­ry up stairs. But over­all it’s an extreme­ly effec­tive vac­u­um clean­er for every­thing from tiled kitchens to car­pets and cur­tains.

Pros and cons

Great per­for­mance on any sur­face, vir­tu­al­ly silent
Pret­ty big

6. Dyson V8 Absolute

Dyson V8 Absolute. Pho­to: market.yandex.ru

The Dyson V8 Absolute is the gold stan­dard for cord­less vac­u­um clean­ers. Unfor­tu­nate­ly, it is sold at a high price. But at the same time it is in anoth­er league!
A larg­er bat­tery means twice the run time — up to 40 min­utes with non-work­ing clean­ing heads and about 30 min­utes with motor­ized clean­ing heads. This is more than enough for reg­u­lar clean­ings.

When it comes to clean­ing, the V8 out­per­forms many mains pow­ered devices while remain­ing incred­i­bly light and easy to use.

Pros and cons

Suc­tion pow­er, oper­at­ing time
Expen­sive for the declared char­ac­ter­is­tics

7. Numatic HVR200-11

Numat­ic HVR200-11. Pho­to: market.yandex.ru

The HVR200-11 is one of the favorite devices among pro­fes­sion­al clean­ers. And with good rea­son: it’s a great work­horse for small offices and shops, as well as just a good home vac­u­um clean­er.



One of the fea­tures is a huge bag with a vol­ume of 9 liters. This means you don’t need to emp­ty it often. The device works equal­ly well on all sur­faces.

Our only major warn­ing is that at 8.5kg it is quite heavy, mak­ing it a poor choice for any­one with back prob­lems.

Pros and cons

Pow­er­ful, easy to han­dle

8. Dyson Big Ball Multifloor Pro

Dyson Big Ball Mul­ti­floor Pro. Pho­to: market.yandex.ru

The main focus of the Big Ball Mul­ti­floor Pro is user-friend­li­ness. The mov­able han­dle with three degrees of free­dom allows easy and com­fort­able clean­ing in a range of 360°. Con­tain­er vol­ume is 33% larg­er than pre­vi­ous Dyson Cinet­ic cylin­dri­cal vac­u­um clean­ers.

The long pipe of the device helps to reach hard-to-reach places. It increas­es to 125 cen­time­ters for clean­ing in hard-to-reach places. And 28 cyclones arranged in two rows gen­er­ate pow­er­ful cen­trifu­gal force to col­lect more micro­scop­ic dust and aller­gens, direct­ing them into the con­tain­er.

Pros and cons

Ease of use, qui­et
No pow­er adjust­ment

9. Miele SHJM0 Allergy

Miele SHJM0 Aller­gy. Pho­to: market.yandex.ru

SHJM0 Aller­gy is pri­mar­i­ly intend­ed for the care of car­pets. A dis­tinc­tive fea­ture of this mod­el is the brush shaft, which gen­tly and effec­tive­ly removes any dirt.

The design of the device pro­vides LED illu­mi­na­tion of the work­ing sur­face, which sim­pli­fies clean­ing. The Com­fort­Twister swiv­el mech­a­nism guar­an­tees high maneu­ver­abil­i­ty of the device. The vol­ume of the dust col­lec­tor is six liters, which ensures long-term trou­ble-free oper­a­tion of the equip­ment.

Pros and cons

Big but light, vir­tu­al­ly silent, cable could be longer
Not detect­ed

10. Vax U86-AL-BR

Vax U86-AL-BR. Pho­to: market.yandex.ru

Handy and easy to use device with great maneu­ver­abil­i­ty. If nec­es­sary, it can be used as a hand­held vac­u­um clean­er with hose and pipe. At the same time, he does not need any dock­ing sta­tion.

It has two bat­ter­ies, and they are remov­able. From one it works 25 min­utes (which is quite enough for the whole apart­ment). They charge on the charg­er, not in the vac­u­um clean­er.

The main fea­ture is that it is very pow­er­ful. But hence the main dis­ad­van­tage — the device is quite noisy, unlike most com­peti­tors.

Pros and cons

Maneu­ver­able and light, well assem­bled

How to choose a vacuum cleaner

Choos­ing a vac­u­um clean­er is a very respon­si­ble mat­ter. When buy­ing, you need to be guid­ed by sev­er­al para­me­ters: do you suf­fer from aller­gies, do you have pets and what lev­el of ener­gy effi­cien­cy does the device have. “KP” gives advice to cus­tomers in the form of a small memo on choos­ing a vac­u­um clean­er.




When choos­ing, you need to look at whether it is easy for you to oper­ate, pull and lift the vac­u­um clean­er. If pos­si­ble, check the oper­a­tion of the device on dif­fer­ent sur­faces — car­pets, hard floors and oth­ers. A num­ber of prob­lems are often found in the process: rebal­anc­ing on ver­ti­cal machines, lack of flex­i­bil­i­ty, heads stick­ing on hard floors due to poor­ly designed clean­ing heads.


Look for a vac­u­um clean­er with a noz­zle that match­es the floor types in your home. Car­pets — Tur­bop­ump with rotat­ing brush to help you remove dust and dirt. Wood­en or tiled floors — wash­ing and with gen­tle clean­ing modes for such coat­ings.


The fil­ter is anoth­er impor­tant thing to con­sid­er when buy­ing a vac­u­um clean­er. Ide­al­ly, it should have a HEPA fil­ter that will ensure that even the small­est par­ti­cles of dust and microor­gan­isms are removed.


Ease of use is anoth­er impor­tant point to con­sid­er when it comes to buy­ing a great vac­u­um clean­er. You don’t have to “strug­gle” with the device every time, it has to do its job eas­i­ly, be ergonom­ic, effi­cient and safe.


It is nec­es­sary to remem­ber the area to be cov­ered with the rosary and the sur­face to be cleaned.
If the area to be cleaned is large enough, then it would be bet­ter to pur­chase a vac­u­um device with a large cord and a long han­dle. This will help you eas­i­ly reach the whole area and you will also be able to move com­fort­ably with the vac­u­um clean­er.