Bissell 9595a vs 1330: Which Vacuum Is Better?

Whether you live alone or you have a house full of children and animals, a vacuum cleaner is a necessary electro domestic for quick and easy cleaning. The Bissell 9595a and the Bissell 1330 have features and extras to suit any home. We will compare the Bissell 9595a vs 1330 model, so you can pick one of them.

The Bissell 1330 CleanView Vacuum boasts OnePass Technology, as does the 9595a, but there is ore more to both of these vacuums. It’s not just their looks that are different. We are going to examine how they work, their specific features and the extras you will receive in the box. After reading this article you will be able to decide which of the two models is more suitable for you.

Bissell 9595a vs 1330

We will begin by talking about how the Bissell 9595a and 1330 are similar.

The 9595a and 1330 are upright, bagless vacuum cleaners. Both machines have OnePass Technology. The design of the brush allows it to pick up more dirt the first time you pass it over an area. They also have Cyclonic Systems enabling long lasting and powerful suction.

The cord length for these vacuums is 25ft (the average being between 25ft and 30ft) and the hose length is 6ft. This is great because you won’t struggle to reach high up areas.

You will receive a Turbo Brush, Extension Wand, Dusting Brush and Crevice Tool with the Bissell 9595a and 1330. These attachments mean you can vacuum sofas, stairs, cars and curtain rails to name a few.

Finally, both vacuums have a canister capacity of 0.5 gallons. While the canisters are advertised as large, this is actually the lower end of the average.

Bissell 9595a vs 1330

Bissell 9595a

Bissell 9595a

  • Size: 12.2” x 13.5” x 44”/ 15.1lbs
  • Color: Purple and black
  • Cord length: 25ft
  • Hose length: 6ft
  • Filters: Multi-level filtration, washable under the tap
  • OnePass Technology: Yes
  • Bagless: Yes
  • Canister Capacity: 0.5 gallons
  • Extras: Adjustable roller height
  • Attachments: Extension wand/ crevice tool/ dusting brush/turbo brush
  • Warranty: 2 years
Bissell 1330

Bissell 1330

  • Size: 12.5” x 13.5” x 44”/15.5lbs
  • Color: Orange and black
  • Cord length: 25ft
  • Hose length: 6ft
  • Filters: Multi-level filtration, washable. HEPA
  • OnePass Technology: Yes
  • Bagless: Yes
  • Canister Capacity: 0.5 gallons
  • Extras: Triple action brush roll
  • Attachments: Extension wand/ crevice tool/ dusting brush/turbo brush
  • Warranty: 3 years

Now let’s begin with the all-important differences between the Bissell 9595a vs Bissell 1330

Bissell 9595a vs 1330: Appearance

 

The color of your vacuum may not be important to some but others will make their final decision based on it. The average weight of an upright vacuum can be between 15lbs and 20lbs. You should take this into consideration as this will help with how easy it is to carry around. There isn’t much difference n the size of an upright vacuum.

Bissell 1330 CleanView Review

The Bissell 9595a

This model is a deep purple and black. It is 12.2 x 13.5 x 44 inches and it weighs 15.1lbs. It is smart looking and lightweight.

The Bissell 1330

The orange and black is quite striking. The difference in size is minimal, 12.5 x 13.5 x 44 inches and it weighs 15.5lbs, so again, there really isn’t a great difference.

The winner is – A Tie

Bissell 9595a vs 1330: Filtration System

Bissell 1330 CleanView comparison

A filtration system is a vital part of a vacuum. They allow the vacuum to trap dirt and in some systems clear the air reducing pollutants. This is particularly beneficial for those with allergies.

The Bissell 9595a

There is a multi-level filtration system to capture dirt and dust. We like this model because you can release the dirt canister, empty the dirt and then wash the filters out under the tap.

The Bissell 1330

This also has multi-level filtration. While the filters are advertised as washable, it doesn’t say you can run it under the tap. This model comes with HEPA filtration so it is more suited to those with allergies.

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The winner is- The Bissell 9595a

Bissell 9595a vs 1330: Extras

Bissell 9595A CleanView Review

We have already mentioned that both models come with a crevice tool, dusting brush, turbo brush and extension wand.

The Bissell 9595a

You can easily change the height of the roller brush depending on the surface you are vacuuming. This is with one button and you don’t need to turn the vacuum off to change it.

The Bissell 1330

This has a Triple Action brush that will really help to suck out the dirt from deep pile rugs and carpets.

The winner is – The Bissell 9595a

Bissell 9595a vs 1330: The Warranty

The Warranty of a vacuum will often depend on the quality of the parts and the actual cost of the machine. Warranties will vary from 1 year to a lifetime.

The Bissell 9595a

It comes with a 2-year warranty.

Bissell 9595a warranty

The Bissell 1330

It comes with a 3-year warranty.

Bissell 1330 warranty

The Winner is – The Bissell 1330

Pros and Cons

Before delivering our final verdict on the Bissell 9595a and the Bissell 1330, we will go over the pros and cons for each.

The Bissell 9595a

Pros:

  • The fact that you can wash the filter out under the tap is easy and hassle-free
  • It is extremely lightweight
  • Because of the adjustable roller height, it works really well on all types of floor

Cons:

  • Many users have questioned its durability

The Bissell 1330

Pros:

  • The HEPA filter system is ideal for people with allergies
  • The suction is amazing
  • It sucks up all types of dirt, dust, hair, and crumbs

Cons:

  • It falls over very easily when using the hose extension

The Final Verdict

Both vacuums are a good value for money. Their cyclonic system means you have great suction and they are both lightweight. The HEPA filter is the main advantage of the Bissell 1330 if you have allergies. We chose the Bissell 9595a as the overall winner. By far the main reason- the color is not so ‘out there’. We also liked the ease of changing from hard floors to carpet without having to turn the vacuum off. Being able to wash the filter under the tap means you don’t have to stand over a bin knocking out the dust, nor do you have to disassemble the vacuum to clean the filters.

 

 

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