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house is hardly a home until it has at least one vacuum cleaner. Whether it's to suck up the cereal your toddler spilled or to rid your rugs of dog hair, a good vacuum is essential for effortless cleaning. And because it's the kind of device you pull out on a near-daily basis, you'll need one that you trust without a second thought.

We spent several days PEOPLE Testing 28 vacuums in our lab to determine how easy they were to set up, their effectiveness, maneuverability, ease of emptying, noise level, versatility, and portability. We also tested each vacuum on several types of floors (including hardwood floors and high-pile carpets), plus evaluated how many passes it would take to suction up different items, such as popcorn kernels, Cheerios, and hair.

After days of testing, this vacuum was the obvious winner, picking up top scores in nearly every category. Shark has made a product that's not only easy to use but also powerful enough to effortlessly suction up stubborn particles on the first pass.

Our testers noted that the Shark Navigator Swivel Pro Complete Upright Vacuum was incredibly straightforward to put together out of the box, with everything sliding together in just three minutes. No matter what surface they ran the vacuum over — including hardwood floors and low-, medium-, and high-pile carpets — it was a breeze to maneuver, effortlessly gliding across even the thickest of rugs. The vacuum has multiple settings for carpets and hardwood floors, which made it seamless to switch between the two surfaces.

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We liked how easy it was to empty the dust cup and appreciated how large it was, allowing you to clean the whole house without stopping and removing dirt before you're done cleaning. For a powerful vacuum, our testers noted that it's pretty quiet. Plus, the vacuum can be converted to a handheld device and used in conjunction with the included crevice and upholstery tools to target furniture and drapes.

The cons: Unlike other vacuums we tried, this one is not cordless. Testers also noted that it is a little bulky, which prevented them from fully reaching under big pieces of furniture like couches and coffee tables.

Unboxing this vacuum, however, is a little more complicated than our winner. Since each included piece is individually wrapped, it's a little tedious to pull everything out before you can even begin to build it. Yet despite that extra plastic, the vacuum cleaner is still able to come together in under five minutes. On hardwood floors, the vacuum sucks everything up instantly no kernels or pieces of cereal flying around and it effectively picked up debris on three types of carpets on the first go. We also appreciated how little effort it takes to use and move the machine.

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Vacuum is so narrow and slim, it's easy to bend and maneuver under the couch and coffee table. It also has LED headlights, illuminating all the dust and hair you may have otherwise missed. And it's quiet for a powerful device, although it does become louder when it rolls over bigger pieces of debris. Users can operate the vacuum cleaner for up to 60 minutes at a time before it needs to be recharged.

The cons: This vacuum doesn't have a big canister, so our testers had to empty it much more often than competing devices. The vacuum also does not have any place to house its attachments on its slim body, so you'll need to store them elsewhere. Plus, for the budget-minded, the vacuum is still on the expensive side.

Users often gravitate toward canister vacuums if their homes are mostly hard floors and low-pile carpets — which is what the Miele Compact C1 Turbo Team Bagged Canister Vacuum is best on. Our testers shared that this vacuum "gobbled up" hair on hardwood floors and picked up everything in one go over low-pile carpets. Even on thicker carpets, it only needed a few passes to successfully suction popcorn and hair.

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Testers explained that thanks to the slim hose design, the vacuum is able to maneuver under couches and coffee tables and effortlessly reach into tight corners. This vacuum is also among the quietest of the devices we tried, with one tester sharing that it's "so quiet, it's ridiculous." And although the vacuum isn't cordless, it does have an auto-rewind feature that pulls in the cord in a snap.

This vacuum cleaner has a bagged canister, allowing you to use it until it's full before tossing it. Plus, it has a three-tiered filtration system, capturing super small particles and making the air in your home cleaner while you vacuum an excellent feature for someone with allergies.

If your home is mostly hardwood floors and low-pile rugs and you're looking for a device that'll help with allergies, choose the Miele Compact C1 Turbo Team Bagged Canister Vacuum.

If you live in a small apartment without any furry friends, you'll likely want a more compact model with a smaller dust cup, whereas if you're running a big house with kids and pets, you need a bigger device. Vacuums can range wildly, from just $50 to well over $700. A less expensive device often won't come with extra attachments or HEPA filters. Our testing has indicated that for around $200, you can snag a vacuum that's highly reviewed, comes with useful accessories, and has enough power to suction up big debris.

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Like the size of the machine, you'll want to seriously consider the size of the dust cup. If you vacuum regularly (daily or close to it), you may not want to empty the dust cup often.

We created the PEOPLE Tested seal of approval to help you find the very best products for your life. We use our unique methodology to test products in three labs across the country and with our network of home testers to determine their effectiveness, durability, ease of use, and so much more. Based on the results, we rate and recommend products so you can find the right one for your needs.

But we don't stop there: We also regularly re-review the categories in which we've awarded the PEOPLE Tested seal of approval because the best product of today might not be the best of tomorrow.

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As many households across the country prepare to transition back to commuting and in-person learning as a result of expanded vaccine eligibility, there’s a continued interest in keeping private spaces free of outside germs and particles. And even if you’ll be stuck at home for a while longer, a powerful vacuum can help keep your home clean and will be an asset throughout spring cleaning season.

cleaning means removing trash and clutter, wiping and mopping visible dirt or dust and getting rid of unpleasant odors. However, the “dirtiest” place in your home may be the invisible air you breathe, explained environmental consultant and building materials specialist Marilee Nelson, co-founder of Branch Basics.

And that’s where upping your vacuum game comes in handy -- it’s not just up to an air purifier to help keep the air clean. The type of vacuum you invest in can impact both the dirt on your floors as well as the air you breathe.

Suppose you're the weekend cleaner who likes to do it all at once or use the same machine for all flooring types. In that case, Denny Rutten of Rutten's Vacuum Center recommends Miele for both its cleaning ability and durability. He appreciates the ease of use and its filtration that removes 99.9 percent of dust and dirt through a HEPA AirClean filter system. From the six different power settings to the ability to perform on a range of flooring, this vacuum gives entire homes a heavy-duty clean.

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