Tineco has manufactured a variety of different stick vacuums, over the years. Since Tineco has manufactured so many different stick vacuums, it’s not always that easy to determine which Tineco stick vacuum is the right stick vacuum for you. There are simply too many options. Getting the right one can be a bit of a challenge.
In this buying guide, we’re going to solve that problem. We’re going to solve that problem by looking at two of the most recent – and best – Tineco stick vacuums, and the different features, design traits, and attributes that they offer.
To start this buying guide, you are going to be learning about the Tineco A11 Hero. You will learn all about this stick vacuum.
And then, you are going to learn all about the Tineco A11 Hero+, and the differences between the two stick vacuums.
By reading about these two excellent stick vacuums, you’ll be able to choose which stick vacuum is the very best one for you!
What Does The Tineco A11 Hero Have To Offer?
A stick vacuum is supposed to be lightweight and mobile, and that’s exactly what the Tineco A11 Hero is. It weighs only 5.5-pounds, which is very light, and every component and feature is contained within a design that feels good to hold and grasp. There is nothing obtuse or uncomfortable about the design of this stick vacuum, so you’ll have a good time using it.
Within the stick vacuum itself, there is a 450W Digital Motor. For a stick vacuum, this is quite good. What this means is that you have access to a lot of suction power. Suction power that is extremely important, because it allows you to vacuum on floors that are made of hard material – such as wood or tile – as well as floors that are made of softer material – such as carpets and rugs. Even though carpets and rugs are quite thick, the Tineco A11 Hero has no difficulties vacuuming on them.
If you need more portability, you can press a button and turn the Tineco A11 Hero into a handheld vacuum. What this handheld vacuum feature allows you to do is to vacuum on upholstery and small spaces.
If you need to vacuum up some fuzz or pet hair that’s on your couch, or a chair, then you can use the handheld vacuum feature to do that. Or, if you need to vacuum in a very tight and narrow space, then you can do that with the handheld vacuum feature.
Sometimes, while you’re vacuuming, you just need more suction power. When this happens, you can use “MAX Mode”, which enhances the suction power that is currently being used. This makes it a lot easier for you to vacuum on surfaces that are dirty. But, one thing to note is that using MAX Mode reduces the battery-life to just 24-minutes, assuming that you intend to use it throughout the entire vacuuming process.
As for the battery-life, sixty-minutes. But, this is because it uses two batteries, which you can take out of the vacuum. Other vacuums only offer one battery, which usually runs around forty-minutes or so.
In the end, if you are looking for a very well-designed, efficient, and useful stick vacuum, then the Tineco A11 Hero should be at the top of your list! It’s an exceptional stick vacuum that gives you quite a bit, even if it is a little expensive.
What Does The Tineco A11 Hero+ Have To Offer?
The Tineco A11 Hero+ is very similar to the Tineco A11 Hero. It borrows all of the design traits and aesthetic choices that the Tineco A11 Hero uses, and many of the features are the same. There aren’t that many distinct differences between the two, and that’s okay, because the basic design was already good.
What the Tineco A11 Hero+ does well is keeping all of the design traits and attributes that worked. It weighs very little, has a nice and clean visual aesthetic, and moving it around feels good. It doesn’t feel clunky or obtuse; it feels good to hold and move around, which makes for a pleasant and enjoyable vacuuming experience.
When you are vacuuming, you have access to the same motor that the Tineco A11 Hero offered. More specifically, you have access to a 450W Digital Motor. It’s a powerful motor that allows for uninterrupted suction, suction that you are able to use for vacuuming on hard and soft floors, as well as upholstery. Even though those surfaces do require more suction, you can vacuum on them with complete ease.
If you need to vacuum in a smaller area or on upholstery, you can turn the Tineco A11 Hero+ into a handheld vacuum. It works in the same way that it does the Tineco A11 Hero.
Just as the Tineco A11 Hero offers a “MAX Mode”, so does the Tineco A11 Hero+. With MAX Mode, you have access to a lot more suction; this suction makes it easy to vacuum on certain kinds of surfaces – namely carpets and upholstery – while also making it easier for you to vacuum on surfaces that are just really dirty.
Everything that you vacuum flows into a small dirt container. In this dirt container, you can hold a total of 0.6-liters of material. When you’re done vacuuming, or when the container is full, you can press a button and take the container to the trash, where you can then dump its contents out.
When it comes to the battery-life, the Tineco A11 Hero+ makes use of the same system that the Tineco A11 Hero does. What this system consists of is two batteries, which each hold a charge of around thirty-minutes. If you only want to use one, and want to charge the other, you can do that. Or, you can use both and have sixty-minutes of total runtime!
Ultimately, the Tineco A11 Hero+ is a very good stick vacuum. It doesn’t improve on much, with regards to the Tineco A11 Hero, but it does offer a bit more power and a smoother vacuuming experience, as well as better filtration. If you don’t mind spending some extra money, then it’s worth it!