Stick vacuums have a lot going for them — light, attractive, easy to store, and thanks to physics, they don’t require as much suction as upright or canister vacuums to do the same job. The Womow W20 cordless stick vacuum has all those advantages, plus it’s now deeply discounted. Usually $179, right now you can get the Womow W20 cordless stick vacuum for $110 This link is a little different than usual — when you click it, you’ll then have to click a second time to go to the product page, and then everything should be fairly normal from there. Be sure to apply the coupon on the product page and, when you get to checkout, the price should automagically appear as $110. If it doesn’t, you can apply promo code 304SLVMJ. One way or the other, you should be able to get the final price of $110.
CNET hasn’t had a chance to review the Womow W20, but the vacuum has a 4.4-star rating on Amazon, and Fakespot gives it a solid “B” rating, which indicates that most of the reviews are authentic. The 400-watt motor manages 25kPA and 120AW of suction — slightly above average for a vacuum of this size. Perhaps the vacuum’s most interesting feature is the battery, which is removable — if you buy a spare, you can hot-swap batteries for over an hour of runtime. On its own, the included battery should keep you up and running for about 35 minutes.
You also get a handful of attachments (a crevice tool and bristle brush), and the vacuum itself transforms from a full-height stick to a handheld vacuum with just a couple of clicks. The motorized head also has LED headlights that help illuminate the floor when vacuuming under furniture. And the filtration system is built around a high-density HEPA filter that traps 99.7% of fine dust particles.
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