Which are the Best Morphy Richards Vacuum Cleaners?

Written by James Hall | 2 Comments| Last Updated: April 30, 2018

Are you struggling to choose a Morphy Richards vacuum cleaner? You’ve come to the right place! Here are four of the best Morphy Richards vacuum cleaners in terms of price and performance.
A guide to Morphy Richards vacuums

Morphy Richards is a brand that needs little introduction. The company manufactures a huge range of home appliances, from bread makers to irons, with most at the lower end of the price spectrum.

This is certainly the case with Morphy Richards vacuum cleaners. Most of their best models are relatively cheap – often in the £75-£150 range – and are built for mobility.

While Morphy Richards produces many vacuums, including cylinder models, the company specialises in cordless vacuums. These tend to be lightweight and easy to use, although Morphy Richards has a habit of manufacturing more and more models which can make it difficult to choose.

For this reason, we’ve put together a list of our top 4 best Morphy Richards vacuum cleaners. Any type of vacuum can make the list, although it currently only contains cordless models simply because the company produces more of these. So let’s get started!

Note: You can also view all our top models in the cordless category at https://spotlessvacuum.co.uk/cordless-vacuum-cleaners/.

4 Best Morphy Richards Vacuum Cleaners

ImageNameTypeCapacityWeightRun-Time
Morphy Richards Supervac 734030Cordless0.5 litres3.9kg60-Minutes
Morphy Richards Supervac 734055Cordless0.5 litres3.5kg30-Minutes
Morphy Richards 732008Cordless0.3 litres4.5kg30-Minutes
Morphy Richards 732000Cordless0.3 litres3.9kg20-Minutes

1. Morphy Richards Supervac 734030 32V

SuperVac 734030

Let's kick off with one of Morphy Richard's best cordless vacuums - the SuperVac 734030. This is an upright cordless with a 32V battery, impressive 60-minute run-time and a handheld mode for greater versatility.

How does it compare to ​other cordless vacuums though?

Let's start with price. The 734030 is more expensive than most Morphy Richards cordless vacs, although it's cheaper than those sold by Dyson and Bosch. Like many modern vacs, it has a detachable handheld mode for cleaning window sills, stairs and other awkward locations.

In terms of performance, the vacuum does a capable job on both hard floors and carpets. It's not the most powerful cordless - we still think the Dyson V8 takes this particular award - but it's no slouch either and provides good value in this regard. It also provides surprisingly strong pet hair performance.

There are some drawbacks which kept it off our list of the best cordless vacuums though. The filtration system is poor, so allergens and other small particles can escape. If you suffer from allergies, this probably isn't the vacuum for you. It's also not the lightest cordless vacuum on the market - and if you want the best performance you'll need to run it on high-power mode which halves the battery life.

Even so, it's a decent cordless vacuum that won't break the bank. If you can't afford one of the more expensive models on the market, it might be worth considering.

Note: There is also a 734050 model available. This is marginally more expensive, but comes with a lighter "stick" mode that's useful for cleaning under furniture.

Key Features:

  • Strong cleaning performance
  • Surprisingly effective at removing pet hair
  • 2-in-1 design

Specification:

  • Price Range: ££
  • Weight: 3.9kg
  • Dust Capacity: 0.5 litres
  • Filter Type: Standard

2. Morphy Richards Supervac Deluxe 734055

Deluxe 734055

If the 734030 is outside your budget, a cheaper option is the Morphy Richards Supervac Deluxe 734055. It's a 3-in-1 vacuum with an easy-to-empty canister and two power settings, along with a lithium-ion battery for faster charging.

Like the other models on this list, the 734055 is a cordless vacuum that's designed to be highly mobile. The 18V battery provides a maximum run-time of 30-minutes, so it's not as suitable for long cleaning sessions as the 734030. 30-minutes is often enough for most tasks though - although the run-time is reduced when you use the high-power mode.

The 734055 is a capable vacuum when cleaning hard floors and stairs. It provides reasonably strong suction power and the detachable handheld is useful for awkward areas. It's never going to match the performance of high-end cordless vacs, but it provides good value considering the low price.

Unfortunately, it also suffers from some of the same issues as the 734030.​ These include an ineffective filtration system, lack of important accessories (such as a upholstery tool) and a small 0.5 litre capacity.

It's also not great on carpets. This is common for low-end cordless vacuums, but is something to keep in mind if your home has lots of rugs and thick carpets.

Even so, if you want a cordless vacuum that doesn't cost a fortune, it might be worth considering.​ We only recommend it if you have lots of hard floors and don't suffer from allergies though.

Key Features:

  • 3-in-1 cordless vac with handheld mode
  • Easy to use
  • Decent performance on hard floors

Specification:

  • Price Range: ££
  • Weight: 3.5kg
  • Dust Capacity: 0.5 litres
  • Filter Type: Standard

3. Morphy Richards 732008 Supervac Upright Cordless Vacuum

Morphy Richards 732008

The first two models on this list are relatively expensive for a Morphy Richards cordless vacuum. What if you want a cheaper option?

In this case, the Morphy Richards 732008 SuperVac upright vacuum cleaner could be one to consider. It’s a basic model compared to the 734-series, but still comes with a 36V battery that provides up to 30-minutes run-time.

The 732008 is a sleek and stylish model with many of the features you’d expect from the SuperVac range, including a foldable handle, lightweight design (although this is the one of the heaviest cordless models on this list at 4.6kg) and an easy-to-empty dust canister. 

We like how quickly the vacuum charges, so you don’t need to wait too long between uses. The 732008 also comes with a simple battery indicator so you know when it’s full or needs charging.

How does it perform though?

It does a decent job of quick clean-ups and is surprisingly effective at removing pet hair. It can’t rival top cordless models such as the Dyson V8, however, and struggles with thick carpet. The upright design also makes it awkward in cars or above furniture.

Even so, the Morphy Richards 732008 is probably the best Morphy Richards cordless vacuum available for less than £100. It’s also the cheapest model on this list. Don't expect it to replace your corded vacuum though - it's just not powerful enough.

Key Features:

  • Versatile cordless vac
  • 30-minutes run-time
  • Foldable handle for easy storage

Specification:

  • Price Range: ££
  • Power: 110W
  • Weight: 4.6kg
  • Dust Capacity: 0.3L
  • Filter Type: Washable

4. Morphy Richards 732000 2-in-1 Cordless

Morphy Richards 732000

Another popular Morphy Richards cordless is the 732000. It’s a versatile model that comes with both handheld and upright modes, along with a 20 minute run-time.

Other features of the 732000 include recharging cradle, collapsible handle and sleek appearance. The vacuum also comes with an easy-empty dust canister, several accessories (such as a crevice tool and dusting brush) and a 14V battery.

Is it worth buying though?​

We think the 732000 provides decent value for quick cleanups - but only because it's relatively cheap. Don't expect it to dig into carpets or to match more expensive models, but for a whip round before guests arrive it's a capable machine.

To summarise, if you’re looking for a relatively inexpensive cordless vacuum cleaner that’s perfect for quick clean-ups, the Morphy Richards 732000 is a good option. It provides decent value for money and is handy for easy jobs.

It will, however, struggle with tough cleaning jobs, so it's important to have realistic expectations. If you're expecting the performance of a Dyson or Bosch cordless, or even a corded vacuum, you're going to be disappointed.​

Key Features:

  • Versatile cordless vacuum cleaner
  • Several included accessories
  • Designed to be easy to store

Specification:

  • Price Range: £
  • Power: 100W
  • Weight: 3.9kg
  • Dust Capacity: 0.3 litres
  • Filter Type: Washable

Conclusion

Morphy Richards manufactures some of the most popular vacuums in the UK – and it's easy to see why. The best Morphy Richards vacuum cleaners are lightweight, easy to use and provide decent value for money.

It's important to have realistic expectations of a Morphy Richards vacuum though. The company doesn't try to compete with Dyson, Miele or Bosch when it comes to cleaning performance. Instead, Morphy Richards manufactures relatively cheap vacuums that can still provide reasonable suction power and performance.​

Each of the four models on this list has received many positive reviews from buyers, so none of the vacuums are likely to disappoint. If you’re looking for the best cordless Morphy Richards vacuum, however, then we recommend the Morphy Richards Supervac 734030. It’s the most expensive cordless on this list, but provides the strongest performance and a 60-minute run-time.

Do you have any questions about Morphy Richards vacuum cleaners? Or do you think there is a model we should add to this list? Let us know in the comments!

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