Recommendations for Upright, Bagless, (& Cordless) Vacuum?

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  1. Ms. I

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    I don't want to spend more than $50.
     
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    I had one for my classroom. It was a Bissell or Hoover. It was around $100. It was the cheapest I could find.
     
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    Wow, I was in the vacuum market a few months ago... I didn't ever see this one. It looks pretty good. I ended up getting a Shark vacuum. I was going to go refurbished, wanting to stay in that price range (actually ~$100), but I find one on ebay (new, opened box) for $120. So far, I've happy with it. No complaints.
     
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    I vacuumed my whole apt when I got home & I like the vacuum. It's heavier than I thought, but it's good.
     
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    my current one is the best ...Shark Professional Lift Away...but it is under $200 use a 20% off at BBB if you wanted to spend more for a great one.
     

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