From Dyson to Miele, Here Are the Best Vacuums to Buy Online

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Vacuums are one of those annoying household appliances that everyone needs, but no one really wants to spend money on. That said, it's also a game-changer when you have a great one — so, since it's a necessity, you might as well get a top-rated vacuum that will last a lifetime.

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We've rounded up a few different kinds of vacuums that will fit your lifestyle and serve your home well. From stick vacuums to robot vacuums to stand up vacuums, there's something for everyone to make this chore as enjoyable and efficient as possible.

The Best Large Floor Vacuum

If you just can't give up your large-and-in-charge floor vacuum, that's completely OK. They still bring the power in a way that's unmatched by other models.

Shark APEX DuoClean with Self-Cleaning Brushroll Lift-Away Upright Vacuum, $399.99

Not only is this vacuum five-star rated by more than 4,000 reviewers on Amazon, but it's also currently $150 off. Plus, it has a self-cleaning brush roll so you never have to worry about it getting clogged, as well as a dusting brush and pet crevice tool so that you can get all of those little nooks and crannies.

The Best Robot Vacuum

Robot vacuums are definitely one of the best convenience-based cleaning supplies. They're best if you have a large living area, and especially great if you are constantly cleaning up pet dander or facing off with constant dust bunnies.

Shark ION Robot Vacuum with Wi-Fi, $299

If you're sick of vacuuming your own home, employ the robots to do the work for you. This little Robo-vacuum can traverse carpet, wood, or tile flooring. It's also WiFi-enabled so you can control it with your smart home device. Finally, it contains three brush types and a sensor that will keep it from bumping into your walls and furniture.

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The Best Stick Vacuum

Cordless stick vacuums are the ultimate choice for most homes. They're convenient, they're easy to use and they still have the suction to get your home clean. In fact, we couldn't even narrow it down to one because they're that good — here are our top four favorites.

Dyson Cyclone V10 Absolute, $549.99

If you've had your eye on a Dyson vacuum, it's with good reason: They're simply the best. It's cordless, lightweight, and comes with lots of attachments for those hard-to-reach spots. It has three power modes, nylon bristles and it can last for up to 60 minutes on one charge. It also easily transforms into a powerful handheld vacuum.

Dyson V8 Absolute $449.99

This cordless stick vacuum can run for up to 40 minutes and has two power modes. Don't worry, it's still great for all flooring types and it has an array of attachments so that no dustball goes unnoticed.

Samsung Jet 90 Complete Cordless Stick Vacuum, $649

This stick vacuum is super compact and easy to store, while still maintaining its power. It has motorized brushes that are designed for all types of flooring and a filtration system that will capture even the tiniest dust particles.

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Tineco A11 Hero Cordless Lightweight Stick, $319

This vacuum is small but mighty. It features a 450-watt motor, as well as 120-watts of suction power. When it's fully charged, it can run for a full 40 minutes, so you'll definitely have time to make a quick trip around your house. It also has an extra-large dustbin so you're never stopping to empty it mid-vacuum.

The Best Canister Vacuum

Canister vacuums are the real powerhouses. This is the perfect option if you have a retail space, large area to cover, or deal with a lot of pet hair.

Miele Classic C1 $299

If you are looking for an industrial-strength canister vacuum at an entry-level price, this is the option for you. It has 1,200-watts of suction power, a universal head, and at only 13 pounds, it's pretty lightweight.

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Brittany is a freelance lifestyle writer who loves stand-up comedy, dogs and pretty interiors. She's a former staffer for CBS News and NBC's TODAY Show.

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