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Bagless vacuum cleaners are currently dominating the market but they aren’t the best option for people with hayfever, allergies to pet hair and the like, or those who have a sensitivity to dust.
The reason for this is that, no matter how efficient their HEPA filter, when you empty the vac into your kitchen bin, you’re still going to get a face full of dust and very probably have to mess around getting wedged bits of fluff out of the filter.
This leaves people who prefer a bagged vacuum cleaner with fewer options when it comes to the latest stick or handheld vacuum cleaners (although the fantastic little Halo Capsule is a solid option if you have a flat or smaller home).
But, if you buy a compatible Samsung vacuum cleaner, you can get a Clean Station and turn your bagless vac into a bagged system. The Clean Station only needs emptying every month or so (depending on how often you use it) and because it has vacuum suction, pulls the dust out of the vacuum cleaner filter. It's much more efficient than just dumping it into the bin. That means no more manually cleaning the filter.
The difference between the two is that the Pro comes with a spinning mop head. We think this is the most effective vacuum cleaner mop we've tested. It's actually more effective than mopping by hand, which is not usually the case for these kind of attachments.
Samsung’s Jet 90 is one of the best vacuum cleaners we’ve tested. It’s light (2.8kg), powerful and has a removable battery. It also comes with a wealth of great attachments, including a telescoping wand and a joint that allows you to bend the cleaning head 90 degrees to vac the top of shelves and cupboards.
If you already have a compatible vac, you can buy the Clean Station separately from Samsung, for £199.
Interested in more vacuum cleaner options? Have a look at our round up of the best vacuum cleaners we've tested.