Eureka AirSpeed All Floors Giveaway

Disclosure: Eureka provided us with a new AirSpeed All Floors vacuum in order to facilitate this review. No other form of compensation was provided.

This giveaway is closed! Marilyn Mawara and Angela are the winners. Congrats!

With two kids and three dogs at our house it’s not exactly easy street at our house when it comes to keeping the floors clean. When Eureka asked me to be part of a blogger campaign to put their new AirSpeed All Floors model to the test, I didn’t hesitate to say yes.

My Eureka AirSpeed All Floors arrived in a box which I quickly unpacked. It literally took me less than 5 minutes to assemble and I was ready to rock and roll. Call me a nerd, but I got a wee bit giddy about a shiny new vacuum.

Eureka AirSpeed Review

The Eureka AirSpeed ALL FLOORS has AirSpeed Technology uses an efficient floor-to-cup airpath which is basically fancy talk for explaining how this vacuum sucks up debris, dust, etc. with limited twists and turns, thereby decreasing the distance all that not so fun stuff needs to travel and increasing airflow, providing maximum suction power.  Long story short, this Eureka AirSpeed vacuum sucks. (In a good way.)

I like that the Eureka Air Speed All Floors is engineered to clean both carpet and hardwoods, especially since we have both. Although some vacuums claim to clean “all” floors, the Eureka AirSpeed All Floors really does a great job of switching from our carpet to our hardwoods. The vacuum adjusts for high or low carpet and also is very efficient when it comes to eradicating all the sneaky “dog” bunnies (dog hair) from our hardwood floors. It also has a unique Smooth-Glide pivoting base that makes it easy to get under and around furniture as well as a long cord, making it not so difficult to reach all the area in a large room.

I was asked to put the Eureka Air Speed All Floors through a cleaning challenge and I chose the Confidently Clean Your Carpet test to show how well this Eureka model conquers spilled snacks. Not only did I purposely spill something on our carpet (gah!) but I chose dried oatmeal with little bits of dried fruit just to add to the challenge. You can see how well the Eureka did in my video below.

The Eureka Air Speed All Floors has accessories to help with the deep cleaning like furniture, stairs, corners, and blinds.  I’ve tried it on both stairs and our sofa and was truly impressed with its power.

Some more details about my new favorite house cleaning tool:

  • The new Eureka AirSpeed ALL FLOORS is equipped with patented AirSpeed Technology that gives you a confident clean, so you can take on whatever life throws at you. #bringiton #EurekaPower.
  • Unlike most other vacuums, Eureka AirSpeed ALL FLOORS’ AirSpeed Technology uses an efficient floor-to-cup air path with limited twists and turns that decreases the distance dust needs to travel and increases airflow, providing maximum suction power.
  • Based on independent testing, Eureka AirSpeed ALL FLOORS cleans carpets better than the Dyson DC41. I don’t know about you, but I know Dyson fans are very loyal and vocal about their love of their vacuums. I haven’t owned a Dyson, but the Eureka AirSpeed does an amazing job on removing dog hair from our carpet.
  • Engineered to clean a multitude of surfaces in your home, the Eureka AirSpeed ALL FLOORS features a brushroll that can be turned on to deep clean carpets, and off to safely remove dirt and debris from bare floors.
  • The vacuum’s suction control valve lets you direct all of the power to the floors or to the tools, so you can deep clean to stairs, furniture and crevices.
  • With a unique Ultra-Glide pivoting base, the Eureka AirSpeed ALL FLOORS is easy to push across carpets. One side note, it is a heavy vacuum so it was a little difficult for my 9-year-old to push.
  • The Eureka AirSpeed All Floors retails for just less than $100 (a FABULOUS deal) and is available at your local Walmart:


TWO lucky BlondeMomBlog readers will win a new Eureka Airspeed All Floors vacuum.

To enter, just leave a comment on this post letting me know what features you look for in a new vacuum. Cost? Positive consumer reviews? Power? Tools?

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I’ll select TWO winners from all eligible comments using; giveaway closes at midnight CST Friday, April 25. The giveaway is open only to U.S. residents, ages 18+.


  1. Liz Taylor says:

    I have hardwood floors throughout my house so a vacuum that can adjust accordingly is what I look for, and of course, the price needs to be right too. Sounds like this one would be perfect, and I’m in need of a new vacuum!

  2. Lisa Brown says:

    I look for good suction and no after market costs, like buying bags

  3. Katie Rushton says:

    I have 3 dogs, one of which is a Golden Retriever. I could vacuum every day, and it still wouldn’t be enough! 🙂 With that said, I look and research to try and find the best vacuum out there for dog hair, but I also don’t want to pay several hundred dollars for a vacuum (so cost is pretty important) too!!

  4. Katie Rushton says:

    I follow BlondeMomBlog on FB. That’s where I saw your review (and your fab video demonstration)!!

  5. Rodney Bowen says:

    Hi, Jamie

    I am so excited to see your review & giveaway for a new vacuum. Though my wife and I only have 1 little one, we definitely could use the power of a new vacuum. 🙂 When we ship for a new vacuum, we look for one that is within our budget and has a great number of positive consumer reviews. Secondarily, we want something that is somewhat lighter weight to navigate our carpeted staircase.


  6. Kyle Harrington says:

    I look for light, something that will pick up pet hair (since I have a little dog), and one that is bag-less.

  7. Peggy Johnson says:

    I have a dog and a cat, so being able to adjust the vacuum for hard floors and then the carpet is great

  8. Michelle Weaver says:

    I look for how powerful is the suction and is it a vacuum that can reach hard to reach places. I also look to make sure it has positive reviews mostly.

  9. Jessica says:

    Power would be #1, so I don’t have to go over the same patch of carpet five times to get it clean! I’m pretty frugal, though, so price really matters.

  10. Sue Ellison says:

    When vacuum shopping I look for good suction and one with an attached wand to get in all the cracks and crevices.

  11. Marilyn Nawara says:

    This sounds like a terrific vacuum for the price. When I choose a vacuum it has to be an upright with detachable hose for using the tools. Weight and suction are both very important.

  12. Marilyn Nawara says:

    Let me know if you are a fan of BlondeMomBlog on Facebook – Done Marilyn Nawara or Marilyn.nawara.3

  13. Marilyn Nawara says:

    Let me know if you are a fan of Eureka on Facebook – Done Marilyn Nawara or Marilyn.nawara.3

  14. Jammie says:

    When I am looking for a new vacuum, the reviews weight heavy on my final desicion. I also factor in price, I am willing to pay a little extra if it’s a good vacuum. sweepmorey at gmail dot com

  15. Crystal F says:

    Power/suction is a huge thing for us. My girls loose hair like you wouldn’t believe so I need something that can get all of that up. Thank you!

  16. Shannon @ Bake.Frost.Repeat says:

    I need to have my vacuum loaded with accessories. I like a removable stretchy hose as I don’t have a dust pan, so I use the vacuum to suck up all the stuff that I sweep. I also run it along the baseboards when I’m feeling extra productive

  17. Susan says:

    I look at cost, ease of use, and good reviews. I have a canister vac now that is kind of a pain to deal with up and down stairs. I think I’d like to go back to the all-in-one type!

  18. Sandy says:

    I start with price first, then work through force, tools, ease of use. I try to get the best deal for our money but stay within budget. This giveaway comes at a good time! Our vacuum is about to die!

  19. Tari Lawson says:

    Cost is definitely a factor. I also look for customer reviews. I need a vacuum with good suction that isn’t to heavy.

  20. Susan Chester says:

    I always research consumer reviews before I purchase. I like a vacuum that lasts a long time!

  21. christine jessamine says:

    The best features I look for in a vacuum are ones that I dont have
    to replace bags and something that does good with pet hair

    christinejessamine at hotmail dot com

  22. Taylor says:

    Durability and versatility! My vacuum gets more than its share of use since I am the proud owner of a (very Large) German Shepherd/four legged little boy covered in fur. With a house of 3 and a large dog, a vacuum that can stand the test of reapeated use is a must. It must also be easy to use and move around so that getting in all those “nooks and crannies” is a breeze.

  23. @txmere says:

    I look for weight, versatility, and durability. My 10-year-old vacuum died a few weeks ago and I was totally planning to get a Dyson! But I’m reconsidering now…

  24. Jennifer Marie says:

    I look for a good price in a vacuum as well as good attachments to help with sweeping up cat hair.

  25. Nicole D. says:

    I look at consumer reviews, and at cost. I need a vacuum that is also light enough to carry upstairs! Thanks!

  26. Cori Westphal says:

    It HAS to be lightweight. I hate lugging a big dinosaur around. Also, it has to have a good cord length. I can’t stand having to vacuum half a room, stop unplug, find a closer outlet, and then continue vacuuming. Annoying!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  27. Paula Michele Hafner says:

    I look for positive reviews, durability, washable filter, canister you can empty, easy to use attachments, and good suction power.

  28. Jennifer Reed says:

    A feature I always look for in a new vacuum is that the unit is light weight and still has great suction.

  29. Diane Baum says:

    I look for strength and quality, with 4 pets I need something that is capable of picking up fur and built to last.

  30. Evelyn Driver says:

    I am looking for a vacuum that is strong enough to suck up the cat hair, but light enough to carry up and down stairs. I like you and Eureka on FB Evelyn Driver

  31. Hanna says:

    I would love a vacuum that still has good suction on hardwood floors and tile! The one we have now just spits everything back out on those surfaces.

  32. Stephanie Galbraith says:

    I look for the amount of stuff it can pick up. I would much rather spend lots on a really good vacuum than super cheap on something that picks up nothing.

  33. Laurie Emerson says:

    I look for features like how much power it has and if it is bag less or not. Also the size of the vacuum.

  34. Christine says:

    My number one concern is cost and then after that I look into reviews of products and try to find a low cost product with a high review.

  35. RICHARD HICKS says:

    I look for a powerful motor, light weight, and able to get into those nooks and crannies as best as possible

  36. Beverly Metcalf says:

    I like to check out how much power a vacuum has and the price is important too. I would love an Eureka. Thanks for having this contest.

  37. Brian E. says:

    Thanks for the giveaway… we check out Consumer Reports for most purchases; the features we look for are the tools included i.e. Stair & Upholstery Turbo Brush, and the power of the motor.

  38. Nancy Loring says:

    I look for good suction, a wide base for more contact. Different levels for floors, carpet. I also like a long hose for getting those high spaces, (cobwebs). I also like a vacuum that is easy to clean. You don’t have 20 different pieces that have to come out and be cleaned and then figure out how it all goes back together.

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