Eureka Blaze Vacuum NES210 vs NES212 vs NES215A what’s the difference?

Eureka Blaze Vacuum NES210 vs NES212 vs NES215A what’s the difference?

According to Eureka customer service, the Eureka NES210 and NES212 are the same, just have different packaging; whereas the NES215A is the same machine as the previous two but with a different color scheme. The Eureka NES210 and NES212 are in black with yellow while the NES215A is in black with blue. So, they are the basically the same machine, just buy the one with the lowest price or color you prefer.

About these Eureka Blaze NES210 series vacuums:

  • They are designed for hardwood, laminate, linoleum, vinyl, tile, other hard floors, low pile carpet and area rugs quick cleanups.
  • They are 3 in 1 vacuum cleaners, they can be a stick vacuum, a hand vacuum, or a stair vacuum.
  • They are corded, NOT battery driven, powered by a 2 amps motor, cord is 18-foot long.
  • They are bagless.
  • They have washable filters, part numbers are N0101 and N0102.
  • Come with a Capture Nozzle that swivels and has a 9.5-inch cleaning path.
  • Come with a crevice tool for cleaning hard-to-reach places such as between sofa cushions, under car seats, and a holder to keep the crevice tool onboard.
  • Weighs under 4 pounds.
  • For cleaning under furniture, they would require an approximate of 6-inch of clearance.
  • Power control is located near the hand vacuum grip.
  • No lock mechanism for the swivel function.
  • Carry one year limited warranty.
  • Dimension are 45.9 x 9.7 x 5.6 inches (HxWxD) .


  • Reasonable price.
  • Light weight to use and carry around.
  • For every day quick cleanup, it does its jobs, efficient for small messes.
  • Easy to empty.
  • Compact vacuum for small spaces, easy to store. If you need an inexpensive vacuum gift for people who live in a small apartment, this is a good one to consider.
  • Has a holder to attach the crevice on handle stick.
  • Easy to put together and take apart.
  • Swivel nozzle helps get into nooks and crannies.


  • It do not stand upright well by itself when used in the stick mode, you may have to lean it against something to keep it from falling over.
  • Dust bin capacity could be larger, but not a big deal.
  • It would be better if it has a HEPA filter, so it can be an option for those who have allergies.
  • Feels a bit flimsy.
  • No brush accessories.

It does its job as a small and light weight vacuum for light every day quick cleanup. But do not expect its suction power to be as good as a big vacuum, or expect it to work on shag carpets.

Some questions and answers:

  • Do they have a rotating brush?
  • Are the filters HEPA filters?
  • Can these vacuums run without the cord?
  • Can you use the them to vacuum wet messes?
    No. They are not wet dry vacuum cleaners.
  • Do they support 100~240V?
    No. The vacuum has a rated voltage of 120V.
  • Are there any other optional tools except for the crevice tool and nozzle?

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