Electrolux Ergorapido Review

Are you a fan of stick vacuums? These compact and easy-to-use units are taking the world by storm with how simple and efficient they are.

If you’re looking for one such unit, you might want to consider the Electrolux Ergorapido Lithium Ion stick vacuum. It looks attractive, but there’s more to what it delivers than just looks.

This stick vacuum is among the best ones on the market for people who need a simple unit that’s easy to use. Though it doesn’t come with many accessories, its impressive suction and overall performance will probably win you over.

This Vacuum isn’t For You:

  • If you have a large house – the Electrolux Ergorapido Lithium Ion has a relatively short battery life that might not last long enough for you to clean your entire home.
  • If you need a large bin – its dust bin is also somewhat small due to its overall construction. As a result, you’ll maybe have to empty it after each use.
  • If you like wall-mount charging – unlike many other sticks, this one doesn’t charge when mounted on a wall. It sits on the floor without being securely attached to the mounting of any kind.


You can convert this stick vacuum into a handheld vacuum for some more convenient cleaning of tight spaces. The feature makes it ideal for above-floor surfaces and car interiors.

Electrolux Ergorapido Lithium Ion features an easy-to-empty dust bin and ergonomically-designed handle for easier maneuverability. It features the well-known cyclonic system that helps its suction and overall performance.

Though it doesn’t have any other significant features, the unit does a good job on basic household vacuuming tasks.


This one has an eye-catching design and a sharp aesthetic. It’s a 2-in-1 design that allows you to use the vac in two different ways depending on your needs. It converts from stick to handheld vacuum for easier and more comfortable cleaning of above-floor surfaces.

Its cordless design allows you the freedom of not thinking about power sockets. It doesn’t come with a stand, but there’s a “nail slot” in the back for if you want to hang it on a wall.

Size & Dimensions

This is a slim and compact stick with a modern aesthetic. It looks much like all sticks having a slim body and a wide cleaning path.

The Electrolux Ergorapido Lithium Ion measures 42.5’’ in height and has a low-profile head. This allows the vac to fit under low-lying objects like tables, dressers, beds, and others.

It weighs some 5.5 pounds in total. It’s relatively lightweight for you to carry it and move it around different areas of your home.


It has enough suction power to pick up most dust and debris in a house that’s regularly maintained. Things like dust, dirt, debris, pet hair, and allergens are a no match since the Electrolux Ergorapido Lithium Ion will most likely pick them up.

Its bagless cyclonic system enhances the suction power and allows it to work seamlessly. Suction doesn’t fade but remains continuous throughout the battery run time. If you notice the suction weakening, it might be due to clogging.

Accessories & Parts

Its primary parts are the HEPA filter, charging cable, dusting brush, and a crevice tool. These parts work together to deliver the best possible results.

Keep in mind that all its parts should be replaced over time. You’ll probably have to replace the filter before the crevice tool, but they’re all quite inexpensive to replace if you do it regularly.


This Electrolux stick vacuum comes with a five-year warranty. It’s a good deal, but keep in mind the warranty is quite limited. While it covers for original defects in material and craftsmanship, it doesn’t cover damage caused by misuse, neglect, unauthorized repair, or normal wear and tear.


This one performs well on all indoor floor surfaces. Because it has a motorized brushroll, it’s suitable for all kinds of floors.

Some pieces are easier to pick up than others, but that mainly depends on the floor surface you’re cleaning. Keep in mind that low-pile carpets are almost always easier to clean than bare floors.


High- and low-pile carpets are relatively easy to clean with the Electrolux Ergorapido Lithium Ion depending on the type of dirt. For example, the vac picks up things like sugar, rice, and kitty litter with ease.

On the other hand, it struggles to pick up things like cereal, even if the rug is not as thick. It does a better job on carpets than bare floors due to its motorized brush.


The Ergorapido does a decent job of picking up different debris from hardwood. It picks up pet hair, dust, sand, sugar, kitty litter, and even tiny particles and allergens.

However, it might not do such a great job of cleaning cereal from hardwood. Smaller pieces should be a problem for the vacuum, but some larger ones tend to be tricky to pick up. In most cases, even when the vac sucks them in, they don’t make it to the dust bin.


For maneuverability, the manufacturer included swivel steering as it’s one of the best ways of making cleaners easier to handle. Thanks to this addition, the Ergorapido Lithium Ion is fairly easy to work with and move around furniture, stairs, and different obstacles.

Its handle is comfortable and allows you to control the vac with one hand. Also, its weight makes it easy for most people to carry the cleaner around.


Apart from having to empty the dust bin, there’s nothing else you’d have to do as often. Other parts do require maintenance, but not as frequently.

HEPA is replaceable, and you should get a new one every three to six months. Also, you should inspect its brushroll and wheels since hair tends to tangle there. This can mess up its performance, so make sure to do regular checkups.


Much like all vacuums, this Electrolux stick vacuum makes some noise while operating. For comparison, it sounds like city traffic, for example.

Because it’s not too loud, the people in your house will hear it, but it’s unlikely that the noise would disturb them.

Battery (Charge Time)

This one features a 10.8V lithium-ion battery which is at the lower end of the Ergorapido series. Still, the battery charges in four hours and offers some 21 minutes of run time.

This might not seem like much battery life, but it’s quite impressive for such a small stick. Even when you use it as a handheld, it maintains the same amount of battery run time.

Cordless or Cord?

This is a cordless vacuum cleaner that’s battery-operated. It runs on a lithium-ion battery that’s durable and offers a decent longevity of battery life.

Because it’s cordless, it offers some more maneuverability than what you’d get with a power cable. It’s slightly more convenient, but make sure always to recharge it before use.

Bag or Bagless?

The Ergorapido is bagless and has a dust bin for all the debris and dirt you pick up. Keep in mind that the capacity of its dust bin is quite small, and you’ll probably have to empty it a few times during the cleaning process.

For this reason, people usually use this Electrolux for maintaining floors between cleaning them with a full-size vac.


It has an inner and outter filter that trap most of the allergens, hairs, and dust. The outside filter cleans well, although it’s a bit tricky to get out. It’s washable; just make sure to let it dry before using it again.

The unit has a HEPA filter that’s among the industry-leading options for allergy-prone people.


Some pet owners have to vacuum as often as every day. It’s due to the daily mess pups and cats tend to make such as scattered litter, kibble or just plain dirt.

Kitty Litter

Kitty litter is often tricky to clean because the pieces are usually large and heavy. However, Ergorapido cleans it well if the litter is on a bare floor or a low-pile carpet.

The only thing you should pay attention to is for the litter pieces to be dry. Wet litter can damage your vacuum in a way the warranty doesn’t cover.

Pet Hair

The Ergorapido vacuums pet hair quite easily regardless of the surface. It does a good job on both carpets and hardwood, and upholstery as well.

However, make sure to inspect its motorized brush roll and wheels regularly because hairs tends to get stuck there.

Is The Electrolux Ergorapido For You?

This is a good option if you need a small unit to use for maintaining your floors clean between using a full-sized vac.

It’s a compact model that has a small dust bin but powerful suction and efficient filtration system. It’s suitable for pet owners and combined flooring.

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