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- Kenmore Progressive Glide
- The Kenmore Progressive Glide performs admirably at a more than reasonable price.
Kenmore Progressive Glide Vacuum Cleaner Review$99.99
With good swiveling capabilities, the Kenmore Progressive Glide is very easy to handle and glides well on both short and high carpet.
Some of the Kenmore Progressive Glide's best features are its cleaner controls. You can adjust height with the slide-down power button on the handle from "Floor" to "Carpet". There is also a foot pedal on the bottom right of the base that allows users to switch between "High", "Medium", "Low" and "Extra Low" powerbrush heights. To the right of the height adjustment setting is the "Belt Reset" button, which is to be pressed if something gets caught in the powerbrush or there's something blocking the belt from turning.
There is also a dirt sensor on the bottom right of the base that indicates via a green (no dirt) or red light (a lot of dirt) how much dirt is present.
Cleaning Tools Use
No cleaning tools came with the Kenmore Progressive Glide.
The Kenmore Progressive Glide's power cord wraps around the back of the vacuum and is 26.5 feet long.
There is no hose on the Kenmore Progressive Glide.
The Kenmore Progressive Glide's Type Z removable dust bag is located at the front of the machine, and after removing the front cover can be a real pain to remove. It was difficult to pull the bag from the nozzle without ripping the bag or the cardboard base at the top that connects to vacuum's body.
Located on the back just beneath the cord holders, you can get to the Kenmore Progressive Glide's HEPA filter with a single click and it can be cleaned with ease too, as it pops right out of slot.
The Kenmore Progressive Glide weighs only 12.66 pounds, which is lightweight for a vacuum that provides good performance.