By Louis DeNicola, Cheapism.com
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Knock, knock. If you're not expecting a guest or package or pizza delivery, do you answer the door? It could be a Girl Scout selling $5 cookies -- or it could be a salesman selling a $1,500 vacuum. It's hard to justify spending that much no matter how well the vacuum works. Consumers on the lookout for a new cleaning machine can find many good choices for a fraction of the price.
Cheapism.com compared features and reviews of upright vacuums to find the best models available for less than $150. All four recommended vacuums include hose attachments, such as crevice tools and dusting brushes, as well as extension wands to help users vacuum hard-to-reach spots. Two models use bags to collect debris and the other two are bagless. Each type has its advantages, and the choice comes down to personal preference: Some shoppers would rather have aRead More »from 4 Best Upright Vacuum Cleaners Under $150