Hoover Commercial HushTone
Based on 69 reviews
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- Great for high pile carpet
- Suction is good in regular mode
The Hoover Hushtone with the Intellibelt gets my vote. It's assembled in America and it has a squeegee to get by on hard floors. And it will match your Concept One.
Quieter than my old kenmore vacuum. Suction is good in regular mode. High carpet mode works fine with regular house carpet. High traffic is a little low for regular carpet but it is great to really get in and deep clean on boost mode. So far we like it
Good Commercial Vacuum with its Quirks
I have worked in the vacuum industry for a number of years and recently moved onto a retail environment. I had my eye on this vacuum for quite a while and upon getting to my new job knew that I needed to replace to beat up and abused Oreck XL commercial vacuum that was previously being used. We now ...
Best Commercial Vacuum Cleaner Competition
After tallying up the scores, you can see that the hoover hushed tone has won our best commercial vacuum competition by a large margin. It has a lot of power. It's the only one that picked up all the debris on both hard floors and carpets
This vacuum is specifically designed to clean our new high pile carpet. It does a wonderful job!
): Stripped down commercial version of the SEBO Felix [(see differences here)]([URL REMOVED] without any attachments or a brushroll shutoff button. Hair removal is super easy on these models, for what it's worth. 2. Hoover Hushtone ($280) + Numatic James/Henry ($270-330): Very solid upright/canister combo for each of your floors.
After one month of use
I bought this vacuum about a month ago, so my review is just based on initial reactions. I had originally gotten a Bissell in November, and three months later the plastic portion that makes the cord "rewind" completely ripped off after it hit my bed frame. Next, I ordered a Shark because I skimmed t...
Hoover Hushtone Commercial Upright Vacuum Review CH54013 / CH54115
It had a perfect score with no statistical increase from the baseline, which is only the third vacuum in this series to pass this test, and probably the best overall, the name Hoover hushed own suggests that it's ultra quiet, but in our tests I found it to be Just a little quieter than normal, the sanitary on quiet, clean and the protein were actually slightly quieter. But the point is that, with the exception of the super loud sanitary tradition and Oreck XL, the Hoover hushed tone was quiet, but not exceptionally.
Great value with features found on much higher priced brands. Love it!
Bought this to replace our 10 year old Kenmore. We looked at a number of higher end models as replacements primarily Miele, Ricarr and Simplicity brands. This was after looking at our go-to of Costco where every vacuum was a swivel head and had a vast majority of parts and components made from plast...
* Requires frequent belt changes (every 2-3 months) due to antiquated design. * Hose usage is a pain, would generally be easiest to bring the Miele upstairs for above-floor cleaning. **Hoover Hushtone w/Intellibelt ($280)**. * U.S.-assembled commercial upright.