The market for cheap cordless vacuum cleaners has become so interesting lately. I’ve just tested the Homasy 2-in-1 and was quite surprised with its offerings. Let’s check out the vacuum.
Design & Performance
The product comes in a small box since the stick vacuum is foldable. We have 3 attachments including a crevice tool, a small brush, and a floor cleaner head. Besides, you can also find a charger and a spare filter inside the box.
Attaching and removing the floor head is not as easy as seen on other expensive vacuums. I’m glad that the floor tool is motorized and it has an LED headlight so you can see clearly everything on the floor.
The most interesting feature of the vacuum is that you use it as a stick vacuum or a handheld vacuum. You can remove the body of the vacuum which is pretty small and lightweight, then go cleaning your car, stairs, or furniture.
When you want to recharge the vacuum, you will need to attach it to the stick body. This is not a problem since that stick works as a docking station as well; It can stand on itself and you don’t need to screw anything to the wall.
The battery life of the Homasy is comparable to other handheld vacuums. I use it in the high power mode and it lasted just a little longer than 15 minutes.
It uses a cyclonic system but it’s quite basic and can’t compete with the one on Dyson vacuums. It can separate small dust from larger items but the dust will clog up the filter and make the suction power weaker over time. You will need to clean the filter carefully after every cleaning session. Emptying the dust bin is not so easy and your hands will absolutely get dirty since you will have to remove the filter from the bin.
Overall, the Homasy 2-in-1 cordless vacuum is a good product, considering the fact that it costs just around $50. It has a good design and build quality. If you can accept a weaker suction power and the inconvenient dust bin, this is good enough for small apartments.