If you can get the Morphy Richards 732007 cordless vacuum cleaner for less than £100 this might be the best value for money hoover on the market.
If your home is medium to low maintenance then you would be wasting your money with a Dyson or another premium brand because your home may never require the deep clean suction that Dyson or Shark provide for very high price.
This is a budget cleaner but it doesn’t mean that it does a budget job. It’s all about finding value for money and this cleaner does a great job for the price.
If your home is filled with deep pile carpets that accumulate a lot of dirt and maybe a lot of hair from pets then this is not the cleaner for you.
If you want a cheap vacuum cleaner that does that job you are better off with a great cylinder cleaner like Henry the Hoover. However, you will have to put up with dragging a cable around with you and plugging it in and out. What you gain in performance you lose in convenience.
So if you have a smaller home that doesn’t have children running around making huge amounts of mess and perhaps you have just one dog or cat or no pets then this is a perfect fit for you.
Although this is available at a very attractive price it is Morphy Richards top of the range 2 in 1 vacuum cleaner.
This model is the 732007 and the other three end in 2,3 and 5. All of those 3 have a smaller battery meaning they won’t last as long as this one and the suction is not as good.
The 732007 with a 24 volt battery is definitely the best value for money out of the 4 of them and will give you 40 minutes of cleaning from one charge.
Probably the first thing to say is that you can easily pay more than the entire cost of this hoover for a hand held cleaner on its own and this is a 2 in 1 that easily converts to a handheld within a few seconds
There are two levels of power and to be honest the normal power is not brilliant but you need to be careful not to compare it to something like a Dyson because it costs only 20% of the price of a Dyson.
For hard floors it will work fine on the normal setting but on carpets you will need to ramp it up to max and that will reduce the amount of time you get from a single charge.
We would recommend keeping it on maximum power throughout the clean and you will be surprised at how well it does for the price.
Usage will be reduced to around 20 minutes if you keep it on maximum power all the time. Switch between the 2 and you will get 30 minutes out of it which is plenty for most people.
Unusually for a hoover at this price the cleaning head comes with illuminated lights enabling you to see the accumulating dust in darker areas like under the bed or sofa.
At 5kg in weight it’s not the lightest cordless cleaner but still nowhere near heavy enough to bother you lifting it up the stairs and around the house.
A lot of hoovers have their price bumped up by loads of different accessories that you will never use but in order to keep the price down this cleverly comes just the 2 accessories. A crevice tool perfect for skirting boards and down the sides of the sofas and a dusting brush for higher level surfaces like window sills and desks and stairs.
It comes with a wall mount as well for easy storage but if you don’t want to bother with that then it folds in half making it much easier to find a place for it in a cupboard.
The waste container isn’t big at 0.4 litres but again it’s a very reasonable size for a hoover at this price and will probably need emptying every couple of cleans.
The head swivels easily around 90 degrees making it easy to get into the corners.
Don’t buy this Hoover from Morphy Richards if you have a large home that needs deep cleaning on a regular basis BUT if you are a couple or a small family in a small to medium sized home that you don’t fill with dirt every day then this is going to be perfect for your needs.
Its great with dust and the suction on max mode is surprisingly strong and will certainly do the job.
One of the best budget Hoovers out there and is a steal if you can get it sub £100.