Why You Should Try a Bagged Vacuum Cleaner?

Bagged vacuums are a great option if you have allergies, want to be more environmentally friendly or need to clean a lot of mess. These models can also do an excellent job on carpets, so if you’re looking for something that can tackle both hard floors and carpets, bagged vacuums could be just what you’re after.

1) Efficient performance

Our bagged vacuum cleaners keep the dust and dirt in its bags rather than in a bin – this helps it maintain suction ahead of cyclone vacuums over time and offers optimum cleaning performance. If the suction is kept high, it takes less time to clean than low suction vacuum cleaners do and therefore uses less power. Overall, this means our bagged vacuum cleaners are more energy efficient

2) Affordable and accessible

The Gtech HyLite’s vacuum bags are available to buy online. They’re also incredibly affordable, with packs of 15 bags costing just . The Gtech Pro 2’s vacuum bags are also available to buy online with packs of 10 bags costing just . What’s more, both can be delivered to your home in just a few days, making cleaning even easier.

The Pro 2 K9 uses carbon bags which help neutralise odours for a fresher clean. You can get a pack of carbon bags for just .

All our dust bags are available with free delivery, so even if that’s all you’re buying, you’ll never have to pay any extra.

3) Low maintenance and ideal for allergy sufferers

With our bagged vacuum cleaners, you don’t have to worry about filters getting clogged with dust or other particles. They’re easy to clean and maintain, which is perfect for busy families who want to keep their homes looking clean and tidy. With our bagged vacuums, there are no filters to replace or clean out – just throw out the used bag and replace it with a fresh one!

The triple layered bags have been specifically designed to be rip resistant, so they’re less likely to tear during use or disposal. That makes cleaning more hygienic, which is perfect for homes with kids! The bags trap dirt and dust within the 3 layers, minimising the risk of a dust cloud when they’re being thrown away. This is perfect for allergy sufferers, as those clumps of dust or bits of pollen (yep, it can even pick up particles as small as pollen) are kept within the bags.

4) Do your bit for the environment

Our bagged vacuum cleaners are some of the most eco-friendly on the market. We’ve worked hard to ensure that our bags are made from a breathable material, which helps them be more environmentally friendly when compared to bagless vacuums. As we mentioned earlier, bags make disposal easier and cleaner, so there’s less risk of a huge dust cloud erupting every time you get rid of them.

A lot of bagless vacuums need to be emptied into plastic bags in order to prevent the dirt flying back out around the room. Don’t believe us? Check your bagged vacuum’s instruction manual! This kind of disposal is often advised to help you avoid letting dirt back into your home, but it increases your use of plastic and is much worse for the environment.

5) Longer lasting

There are a lot of things to think about when choosing the right vacuum cleaner. The biggest one is whether you want a bagged or bagless model. Bagged vacuums have bags – unsurprisingly! – that cover the insides of the dirt containers. This protects the vacuum cleaner itself from the build up of grease that household dirt contains. Bagless vacuums don’t have anything protecting the dirt containers (their bins), which means they’re more likely to become clogged up over time. Bagged vacuums don’t get damaged in this way, so they can keep running at an optimum level for much longer and won’t need replacing as quickly as bagless ones

6) Years of performance cleaning

If you don’t look after a bagless vacuum cleaner properly, it won’t last very long. This can be down to owners not cleaning filters in the appropriate manner, or maybe not at all. The other issue is having to buy bags for every single vacuum cleaner in your house, something that can quickly become expensive. Buying a bagged model means you only have to buy bags once, and they’re really easy to swap out.