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Kenmore Progressive Glide Vacuum Cleaner Review

The Kenmore Progressive Glide performs admirably at a more than reasonable price.

$99.99 MSRP
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Introduction

The Kenmore Progressive Glide ($99 MSRP) doesn't come with a hose or any cleaning tools, but would be a perfect fit for customers who have an office or wall-to-wall carpeting. It sports a thin, lightweight design, has multiple cleaning settings, and did its best work on carpet. With similar performance to machines that are harder on the wallet, this vacuum represents good value.

Comparable Products

Before you buy the Kenmore Progressive Glide, take a look at these other vacuums.

Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Design
  3. Cleaning Performance
  4. Usability
  5. Noise & Efficiency
  6. Hoover Presto Comparison
  7. Electrolux Nimble EL8602A 3-in-1 Comparison
  8. Panasonic MC-UL815 Jet Turn Comparison
  9. Conclusion

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