Buy This, Not That: The cordless vacuum that CNN says ‘is making us forget about Dyson’ is now on sale for $161


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The JASHEN V18 350W cordless vacuum is on sale now for $161.50 with code MARKET15. That’s cheaper than on Amazon ($209.99) and Home Depot ($219.99), but should you buy it? 

What we like about the deal: The JASHEN V18 350W cordless vacuum gets good reviews from CNN Underscored, which notes that it “is making us forget about Dyson” and “boasts tremendous suction, useful smart capabilities and a long battery life.” On, the vacuum has received 4.7 stars out of 5, and on it gets 4.6 out of 5 stars. 

The vacuum has a number of notable features, including a 350W brushless motor; automatic suction adjustment; a 2-in-1 dust brush so you can vacuum both carpets and hardwood floors; 40 minutes of run time; an easy-to-read LED screen that shows remaining run time and filter cleaning alerts; a nozzle that can easily get into dusty crevices, and more. It weighs just six pounds and reviewers note that it is very maneuverable. It also comes with a wall mount.

BUY NOW: JASHEN V18 350W Cordless Vacuum for $161.50 with code MARKET15

Other things to consider: On Amazon, the vacuum didn’t score quite as well as on other sites, getting 4.1 out of 5 stars (though it got 4.7 stars in terms of value for the money). If you have more money to spend, the cordless Dyson V7 vacuum is Wirecutter’s top pick for a cordless vacuum, though it is priced at around $300.

Bottom line: Consumers seem generally happy with this vacuum, and it is an affordable alternative to pricier options like the Dyson V7, so if you’re in the market for a new vacuum, this one may be worth a look.

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