Kenmore Intuition Canister Vacuum Cleaner - BlueItem# 02028014000 | Model# 28014
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Specifications & Dimensions
|Cord Length (Feet):||26|
|General Warranty:||1 year limited|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||25.85|
|Accessories Included:||Crevice Tool, Dust Brush/Upholstery Tool, Bare Floor Tool with swivel. Pet PowerMate Tool, Ceiling Fan Tool|
|Controls on Handle:||Yes|
|Power Cord Included:||Yes|
|Bag Type:||UltraCare Kenmore Q Canister Allergen Filtration Vacuum Bag|
|Cleaning Width (in.):||14|
|Features:||Asthma & Allergy Friendly, Bagged, Bagless|
|Number of Amps:||12|
|Number of Filters:||2|
|Number of Height Adjustments:||4|
|Number of Motor Speeds:||3|
|Pile Height Adjustment:||Manual|
|Other Features:||CrossOver Nozzle|
|Attachment Type(s):||Crevice tool, Combo Dust Brush/Upholstery Tool, Bare Floor Tool, Pet PowerMate and Fan Tool|
|Attachment Reach (ft.):||12|
|Number of Onboard Attachments:||5|
|Total Attachments Included:||5|
|Belt Item Number:||02053013000|
Ratings & Reviews
Kenmore 28014 Canister Vacuum - Versatile Power
The Kenmore Intuition 2801 is AAFA certified with true HEPA filtration that provides cleaner air while vacuuming the floor. For even more powerful cleaning, Kenmore 28014 comes with an infrared dirt sensor on the handle that detects embedded dirt, and an LED light on the wand shines into dark spaces to reveal hard-to-see dust and small objects. the Kenmore Intuition makes cleaning easier and more convenient thanks to its hybrid power nozzle with a removable bare floor brush, and fingertip electronic controls.
- Two-motor system provides optimum carpet and bare floor cleaning, with one motor for suction and another that powers the agitator brush
- Built-in bare floor nozzle detaches so you can clean all floor surfaces without bending
- Motorized Pet PowerMate and the Pet Hair Tool pick up the most stubborn pet hair from furniture, stairs and other surfaces
- True HEPA cloth dust bag captures 99.97% of particles up to 0.3 microns size
- Infrared dirt sensor helps you find and remove embedded dirt
- Swivel nozzle increases maneuverability
- Light on the wand illuminates dark areas to help you see what needs cleaning and to avoid items that you don’t want to vacuum up
- Electronic control pad handle puts settings and indicators at your fingertips
- Variable speed control adjust for all your cleaning needs
- Quick release and deluxe tools are onboard to make above-floor cleaning a snap
- Telescoping wand and 8-foot hose reach ceiling fans, corners and high places
- Quiet Guard 2 provides sound insulation for quieter vacuuming
- Stair Grip keeps vacuum upright for worry-free stair cleaning
- Evo-compatibility connects to the wand for powerful, lightweight cleaning in every room
Added on July 26, 2010
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Most Helpful Reviews
Started fine but broke just after warranty expired. Paid $560 for something last lasted only a year. And it was really only used a few times, since we had house cleaners. Used to be loyal Kenmore customer but now considering other brands.
Don't buy it. I loved it and took good care of it, but then all of the sudden the suction motor wouldn't work. It got power to the power mate but the suction motor was not getting power. Apparently there is a flaw between the canister and the wand through the hose and hand wand in the electrical wiring. Kenmore hasn't fixed the flaw either.
Santa Clara, CA
I bought this vacuum cleaner in 2012, my previous Vacuum cleaner had last me almost 17 years. I had most of the problems other had, but now suddenly the long handle broke off! it just came of where it connects to the head! Could not believe for over $459.00 I got such a junk after 2 years. This is totally wrong, for a the top of the line Sears product!
I have had this vacuum for about a year. It was fantastic at picking up pet hair and dirt in my home. I loved the detachable hard floor unit for my mostly tiled house. It had a couple small plastic parts break but still worked wonderfully BUT then the motor just went and I have only had it for a year. $500 down the drain. You are better off buying a cheap one knowing it will go in a year and then buying another cheap one. Get yourself 5 years of vacuuming for the the same price that I paid for 1 year!
I've waited several months to post this review because I was so unhappy after my first time using it. I have used ONLY a Kenmore canister vacuum for the past 39 years. I bought my first in 1975 and my second one sometime in the 90s. Both were incredible machines. This one will never last that long. Although it provides great suction, it has several design flaws. The telescoping wand (and I'm only 5 ft 3 in. tall) collapses with the slightest pressure. It is impossible to pull the canister in a straight line. It careens in one direction or another into walls and furniture. The cord retracts very sluggishly and I suspect will soon quit altogether. The bag compartment is too small to fit a bag into it without folding it under. The ONLY positive design feature I can see in this design over my old model is that the on/off switch is on the hose end and easier to reach than having it on the canister itself. I will definitely look elsewhere when I replace this machine.
Kennett Square, PA
The performance and usability of this is great out of the box - good suction and easy to push on the carpet. That is why it received such high marks from Consumer Reports. However, the big problem with this vacuum cleaner is that the power head is made from cheap, thin polystyrene plastic and after a time the housing parts break. Honestly, it is not much of a step up from a Revell plastic model kit. I'm not a heavy user but have replaced numerous parts on the head set as they break off (at least three in the past four years). One of the big failures is the electrical connection in the head. It comes loose or one of the connections fail and only sends power to the rotary brush when you pull back and cuts out when you push forward. The vacuum cleaner repair shop where I took mine said this is a common problem and gets 5-10 per week. I really loved this vacuum cleaner until it started breaking on me.
Owned less than 6 months. As others have experienced, the adjustable wand eventually spontaneously collapses with even modest downward pressure. I've resorted to using duct tape to hold it in place. Suction is fine. Integrated tools are good and generally useful. Cord still fully retracts, but with much less force. I suspect this will eventually become an issue. The collapsing wand is incredibly annoying and renders this almost unusable. Sears should replace it.
I went from a Rainbow to this vacuum. I was tired of the water basin. This one won't steer in a straight line, the telescoping mechanism broke the first time I used it, hubby had to finally take a screw and make it permanently 'out'. Really designers?!? Plastic on metal?! Who thought that was a brilliant idea? The retractable cord is great, but you have to pull it all the way out every time or it gets so hot that the plastic cover goes mushy, and then when you eventually try to retract the cord, you have to pull it out anyway or it won't pull it all in. As for suction, that is about the only thing that does work right. Which is good, because this is one of those things in life that you do want to suck! And now it looks like this has been discontinued.....big surprise? I think not.
I love this vacuum. It's easy to maneuver, get's the edges super clean, tells you when the area you're vacuuming is clean, and it's quiet. The tools and accessories are easy to use, and the pet power-mate tool picks up my corgi's fur like magic! The fact that you can cross over from carpet to floor with one simple motion makes this a perfect vacuum.