Hoover Linx Extreme Recline Handle Cordless Vacuum Cleaner

Last updated: March 16, 2023

The Hoover Linx cordless stick vacuum cleaner checks a lot of boxes — it's affordable, powerful and super easy to use. With this model, you'll get a fade-free lithium-ion battery system that lets you easily recharge or swap batteries. It's also great for getting under furniture and sucking up pet hair. In our testing, we found it to be super easy to use.

We looked at the top Cordless Vacuums and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Cordless Vacuum you should buy.

Product Details

Key Takeaway: Super easy to use, powerful and affordable.

In our analysis of 84 expert reviews, the Hoover Linx Extreme Recline Handle Cordless Vacuum Cleaner placed 14th when we looked at the top 16 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

The LiNX® Cordless Stick Vacuum delivers upright performance, with a compact, low-profile design. Long-lasting battery power and WindTunnel® Technology make this stick vacuum a standout.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

Since it also costs significantly less than comparable performers, its value is tough to ignore.
Because the Hoover Linx scored well on carpet-cleaning abilities, its ideal user would have more rugs than hardwood or tile.
Its seat has a backrest, and it has a space-saving folding design
Just like a powerful common upright, only it’s cordless. I love it! …15 mins is enough for me to clean 3 rooms.
It has a decent battery life.
It is ultra Light at just over 7 pounds.
This cordless stick vacuum from Hoover was impressive at carpet-surface and bare floor cleaning and even better at picking up pet hair and getting into edges. The 18-volt lithium-ion battery ran for 18 minutes in our tests and took 3 hours to recharge
Battery life is extremely good.
It has a decent battery life.
The Hoover received excellent performance scores on the bare floor test and very good scores on our test for picking up pet hair from carpet.

What reviewers didn't like

This model doesn't come with brush attachments or any other special features -- it's just a stick vacuum.
Didn’t work on pet hair
It doesn’t have preprogrammed workouts, and its weight limit is only 225 pounds.
The battery last too little for me to vacuum all the house.
It is harder to use.
Emptying the dirt cup is messy.
On bare floors the powerful brush can scatter some debris, there are no tools and it cannot convert to a hand vac.
Skimpy on accessories.
It doesn’t convert into a handheld. We just think a two-in-one design is so useful and necessary for couch and other above-floor cleanups.
Its bottom-release dust cup is easy to remove for emptying, but some of our consumer testers found it slightly difficult to put back.
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