When it comes to vacuums, we are interested in the ones that have the capability to clean up pet hair.
In this guide, we’ve compared the Eureka AirSpeed vs PowerSpeed.
We’ve listed some of the main features of each vacuum, and considered which one might be better to get.
The information should help you decide whether you want to look further into them or not.
Let’s take a better look at them.
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Eureka AirSpeed vs PowerSpeed
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Eureka AirSpeed vs PowerSpeed: Main Differences, & Which To Get
Both the AirSpeed and PowerSpeed are upright, corded, vacuums.
If you want a corded vacuum cleaner, you’d look at potentially buying them.
However, in terms of what the differences are between the models:
A lighter, less powerful vacuum compared to the PowerSpeed models.
Compared to the base 182 PowerSpeed …
– The AirSpeed has a smaller dust cup capacity, shorter cord, slightly shorter above floor cleaning reach, and thinner cleaning path width.
– It doesn’t come with additional extras like a pet turbo brush.
– It also only comes with a 6 Amp motor instead of 8 Amp
– Comes with less accessories/cleaning tools
The PowerSpeed models are bigger, more powerful, and extra features the AirSpeed doesn’t have.
We rated the 182 PowerSpeed as one of the best vacuums for pets on the market. The BISSELL Cleanview is another good value for money option.
Compared to the base 182 model, additional features of the other models are …
– The 181 has a Pet turbo brush
– The 188A has a Pet turbo brush, and LED headlights
– The 202 has a Pet turbo brush, and LED headlights, and auto cord rewind
*You should also check the warranty lengths of each vacuum model.
Eureka AirSpeed vs PowerSpeed: Main Features
An upright, corded vacuum
Is affordably priced
6 Amp motor
2.7 L dust cup capacity
18 foot electrical cord length
6.8 foot above floor cleaning reach (has a quick release handle for above floor cleaning)
10.5 inches wide cleaning path
Eureka PowerSpeed (NEU182A)
An upright, corded vacuum
Is affordably priced
Can be used on carpets, hard floors and area rugs – has 5 different height settings for different surfaces
Also has a quick release handle for above floor cleaning, and has a 7 foot above floor cleaning reach
Has a cleaning path width of 12.6 inches
Has a light weight – 10lbs
Has a 4.1 litre dust cup capacity
Has a 25 foot electrical cord
Motor is 120V, 960W, 8A
Comes with several different cleaning tools
Doesn’t come with a pet turbo brush, LED lights or auto cord rewind
Has a 1 to 2 year limited warranty
Other Eureka PowerSpeed Models – NEU181, NEU188A, NEU202
The differences with the other Powerspeeds are:
Weight – NEU181 is 10lbs, NEU188A is 11.8lbs, and NEU202 is 12.lbs
Dust cup capacity – NEU181 and NEU188A are 4.1L, and NEU202 is 3.8L
Cord length – all three are 25 feet
Above floor cleaning reach – 7 feet, 8 feet, and 10 feet respectively
Cleaning path – all 12.6 inches wide
Pet turbo brush – all have the pet turbo brush
LED lights & clear brush window – NEU188A and NEU202 have the LED lights and clear brush window, whereas the NEU181 doesn’t
Automatic cord rewind – only the NEU202 has auto cord rewind
Accessories – each model comes with slightly different accessories and cleaning tools
*Note – make sure you check the warranty length & conditions, features, and inclusions of each vacuum before you buy, as they can change over time.
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