'I couldn't believe the amount of crud': This beloved Bissell vac is nearly $70 off

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Three Bissell stick vacs in red
The Bissell Pet Slim is designed to suck up all sorts of fur, dander, dirt and whatever else the cat drags in. (Photo: HSN)

For many of us, our vacuums have seen better days. They've been with us for years, stalwart soldiers of suction, but they're past their prime. Yet, we keep using them, even if an hour of vacuuming leaves more dust in the room than in the bag, because getting a new machine can often be an expensive hassle.

Which is why we're so excited about HSN's markdown on this Bissell Pet Hair Slim. It's just $130 right now, down from $196. Yup, it's time to pounce.

Don't want to pay all in one go? Opt for three Flex Pay installments of just $43.33 instead. Plus, if you're a first-time HSN shopper, you can grab an extra $10 off with code HELLO10.

With a few cunning clicks, you can clean up big-time (in more ways than one). There has truly never been a better time to upgrade your vac game. Scroll for more details.

$130 $196 at HSN

Man using vacuum on furry rug with dog on dog bed nearby
Remove embedded pet hair from upholstery, dog beds, and other above floor surfaces with ease. (Photo: HSN)

First, let’s talk pets. If your beloved four-legged friend leaves so much fur on the ground you're amazed they have any left, listen up: This vac is for you. It's designed to suck up all sorts of fur, dander, dirt and whatever else the cat drags in. Plus, it’s got a 30-foot long power cord, so you can clean large rooms without having to constantly find a new outlet.

With a (literally) household name like Bissell, it's no surprise this device is built to handle heavy messes. But even fans of the storied brand will be stunned at just how ready for anything the Bissell Pet Slim is. Its patented Tangle-Free Brush Roll is designed to never get wrapped up in hair, while the handheld attachment allows for a quick and easy transformation to clean upholstery, stairs, and other soft surfaces following those little accidents that Fido or Fluffy sometimes have. That being said, it'll make short work of the messes made by your home's two-legged creatures, too.

$130 $196 at HSN

Woman using handheld style with crevice attachment on her sofa
Multiple attachments ensure a clean for every type of mess! (Photo: HSN)

Shoppers are hooked. “I couldn't believe the amount of crud this vacuum pulled out of carpets I had vacuumed the day prior to using this in a house I am moving into so the traffic there is minimal and my pets have not been there yet.I actually texted photos of what it extracted to a friend to show her what a great product this is!I only wish it had a larger collection cup as I will need it when my pets arrive! I have several different expensive vacuums and in my opinion this performs more effectively than all of them.”

Equipped with swivel steering for zippy, targeted cleaning, a compact design and ergonomic handle, this clean machine is easy to transport from floor to floor or room to room. The Pet Slim also comes with an extension wand for those hard-to-reach spots around your home—both high and low—where pet hair is often hiding.

“I have a long haired dachshund who is like my child, however he sheds like crazy so I'm constantly cleaning. This vacuum is awesome and I love the attachments and how I can detach the top portion and get up high, like ceilings and vents.”

$130 $196 at HSN

 

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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