Which handheld vacuum has more suction power, cordless or corded?
- Md DalourLv 44 weeks ago
A vacuum cleaner does its job by suctioning the dirt and debris. A vacuum cleaner power and price determine how powerfully suck the debris and dirt.
It is suctioning the dirt, and a vacuum cleaner needs more power.
However, a cordless and corded vacuum have the same power to suck the dirt properly.
A corded vacuum has the power to suck the dirt, but it is for a little time.
There is no difference in suction power between corded or cordless vacuum.
Only time makes differ.
A corded vacuum can suck whenever you need and unlimited time.
Otherwise, a cordless vacuum can suck when it is charged.Source(s): https://homecleaningtalk.com/
- A Yahoo UserLv 74 weeks ago
It depends on the vacuum
a corded appliance will be more powerful than a similar cordless appliance.
- QuentinLv 71 month ago
It depends how much you are willing to pay. Note that cordless are more expensive for the same power because of the cost of the rechargeable battery and associated circuitry.
Also consider how long the battery charge lasts before there is zero suction. The bigger the battery the more expensive it will cost. An expensive brand like Dyson lasts 40 minutes for the handheld. But a corded one will last all day without losing power.
Also with each charging the battery gets weaker. So you can charge it about 500 times, for a top of the range Dyson, which the manufacturers say means it lasts 4 years because you don't use it every day.