Bissel is an american company that makes vacuum cleaners and the like since more than one hundred years, so they know a couple of things. The product is extremely well engineered, with a good selection of plastics, with no cost-saving on the number of components, and it generally conveys a feeling of high quality. To give a comparison, it makes a Kärcher looks like a cheap Chinese copy. It does exactly what is supposed to do: clean the floor with the rotating brush, which can be sprinkled with the deterging agent with a button on the handle, and vacuum cleans at the same time. The only defect is that the dirty water tank needs to be emptied quite often, otherwise its content tends to be sucked back on the floor. I read some reviews of people companining about its cleaning power, expecially from people with animals. It that case I think a pre-vacuuming is necessary, because the filter tends probably to clog pretty easily with fur.
For all the other people, it is the perfect aid, and it makes the vacuum cleaning unnecessary.
The other drawback is that is really loud, so forget about night cleanign sessions.
Oh, and it has a cable, which in an era of all battery-operated devices, for me is a guarantee of power throughout the years.…plus