Clean any mess with the Toppin cordless stick vacuum on sale for $72

Toppin Cordless Stick Vacuum
Toppin Cordless Stick Vacuum

Sometimes the worst part about accidentally making a mess is just how obnoxious it can be to clean it up. Simplify how you clean. Grab the Toppin VC002 cordless stick vacuum (opens in new tab) on sale for $71.83 at Amazon. It normally goes for around $90. This isn't the only Toppin vacuum on sale (opens in new tab) today either, so you can upgrade and still save if you want.

The cordless stick vacuum is powerful enough to clean up just about anything. It can work on both hard wood aand low-pile carpet. It has a 250W brushless motor with 23kPa suction power, which means it can clean up pet hair, spilled food, or any other kind of mess you happen to leave around the house. It even has three different suction modes so you can adapt to your situation without draining the battery unnecessarily.

The most vulnerable part of owning a cordless vacuum is the battery. Will it last long enough for you to finish whatever you're working on? With the Toppin, you get six 2200mAh batteries that only require up to five hours to fully charge. They'll last you up to 34 minutes, which is plenty of time to clean your floors.

There's a built in high-density filter that helps clean the air while you're using your new vacuum. It is washable, too, so you can clean it yourself to prevent suction loss or blockage. The vacuum also has four LED headlights, a 180-degree rotatable brush that makes it easy to clean corners, and an ergonomic handle.

John Levite
Deals Editor

J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now covers deals for Android Central, iMore, and Windows Central. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.

  • Does it run Windows 11?
  • What the hell does this have to do with Windows? I mean, the wall to wall advertising on the site is a necessary evil to keep you guys employed, I suppoese, but do you really have to shill for cleaning products on a tech website to make ends meet, FFS?