Avg. consumer rating = 77/100
This Hoover machine has been designed to vacuum, wash and dry floors. Its an ambitious idea that Hoover almost pulls off - almost. Owners give this unit fairly average ratings and while some feel it does a good job washing floors a number also highlight shortcomings in its vacuuming/washing/drying capabilities. It is reasonably priced however and can often be found for between $100 and $150.
Avg. consumer rating = 79/100
Dyson touts the new Hard DC56 as the first machine that uses a wet-wipe and vacuums at the same time. There may be a reason for this - it is hard to get this configuration to be effective. Overall we'd have to say that this machine has been something of a disappointment to consumers, and even to some die-hard Dyson fans. It is expensive, leaves streaks and the vacuum component, when used with the wipe plate, is a bit weak. All is not lost however as the machine is useful for light cleaning of smaller areas, and the handheld component works well.
Avg. consumer rating = 82/100
This is an interesting vacuum cleaner. A review of hundreds of comments seems to indicate that you either love this machine or you hate it. This is a tricky review and it could be that consumers expectations of a wet/dry vacuum cleaner are quite varied. We see comments that it is too loud, followed by comments that it is fairly quiet, and several buyers feel that it does an excellent cleaning job while others are not as convinced. It may also be (and we have read this too on occasion) that it requires a little practice to learn to use properly and one has to get the settings just right. Having said that, there are clearly more consumers that like the vacuum as seen by the scores in Consumer Rating Table.