Here we will compare Hoover FH50150 Power Scrub Deluxe against FH50220 Max Extract 60 Pressure Pro side by side.
FH50220 has a wider cleaning path and larger tank capacity, whereas the FH50150 is smaller, lighter, and easier to push on carpet.
There is slightly difference on the cleaning results, however, it seems that the FH50220 gets the carpet drier and dry faster than the FH50150 does.
FH50220 vs FH50150
The FH50150 has 128 ounces water tank capacity whereas the clean water tank on the FH50220 is larger that is 147 ounces.
The FH50150 weighs 18.1 pounds versus 21.85 pounds on the FH50220.
The FH50150 has a cleaning path of 11.25″ whereas the FH50220 has a wider nozzle that is 13″.
The FH50150 has 5 counter-rotating brushes whereas the FH50220 has 6 counter rotating brushes.
The Power Scrub Deluxe Carpet Cleaner FH50150 is red whereas the Max Extract 60 Pressure Pro Carpet Deep Cleaner FH5020220 is blue.
The FH50150 is price at $159.99 whereas the FH50220 is priced at $199.99 on February 14, 2015.
The FH50150 has a 8 ft hose whereas it is 9 ft on the FH50220.
FH50150: Crevice Tool, SpinScrub Hand Tool, Upholstery Tool, 16 oz Bottle of 2X CleanPlus, Mesh Tool Storage Bag
FH50220: Upholstery Tool, 16 oz Bottle of 2X CleanPlus
On/Off Switch Location
The FH50150 has a foot pedal control On/Off switch whereas the On/Off control of the FH50220 is at the mid of the unit, near the clean water tank.
Similar Features and Specs
Both of them feature Dual V Suction Technology that generates equal suction to clean carpets evenly and fast, Spin Scrub Brush, Heated Cleaning that speeds dry time, 20 ft power cord, 10 amps motor, separate tanks for clean and dirty water, Rinse Mode that allows you to apply clean water only to remove soap residue, removable nozzle and brushes, and carry 2 year limited warranty.
Overall, if you have large house, the Hoover Max Extract 60 Pressure Pro carpet cleaner FH50220 might be a better choice, otherwise, buy the Hoover Power Scrub Deluxe carpet cleaner FH50150 instead.