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The Tefal Air Force 360 ($599) does a decent job on hard floors and low-pile carpets; it managed to suck up a lot of hair, dirt and unseen dust from the latter, but tends to get trapped on deeper-pile rugs. Boost mode worked well on large particles and debris like cereal, and we like that it is able to run quite a long and continuous time on Boost mode. There are four other nozzles for spot cleaning — a crevice tools for nooks and crannies, a sofa brush for getting hair and dust off fabric upholstery and two brush heads that can be integrated into the rod (so you don't have to keep taking them off) for tabletops or ceilings. The main roller head’s built-in LED light strip helps boost visibility in darker areas. For its price, the Tefal air Force 360 is very handy for daily cleaning of hard floors and tabletop or upholstery messes, and easy to maintain with many removable features.