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A lightweight 2-in-1 Lift-Away upright vacuum with a detachable canister for portable cleaning power. With the push of a button, Lift-Away technology allows you to lift the canister away and easily clean in hard-to-reach areas. This vacuum is also armed with swivel steering for excellent control when maneuvering around furniture, and has a completely sealed system with a HEPA filter to trap dust and allergens. Additionally, it has a Brushroll Shutoff button so you can easily switch between carpet and bare floor cleaning.
Most powerful, light and versatile upright I’ve ever owned- LOVE IT!
2,305 people found this helpful
I bought this in 2010 and it really is what I’ve been looking for in an upright for years! I come from a Hoover Windtunnel that weighs ~ 23lbs and was killing me. I have carpeted stairs, so wanted a lift-off type upright but the Hoover model is too heavy. Then I saw the Shark infomercial. They always have such clever designs but their cordless vac reviews are so bad, I had to check reviews online before I bought this. They clearly are much better at making plug-in vacs over cordless re-chargeables because this one is a keeper! It makes vacuuming kinda fun 🙂 Pros: – light and easy to push, pull and lift! – all nozzles (except crevice tools) swivel- really easy to maneuver! – so quiet, no high-pitched hiss at all, just a soft hum – this thing is only 10 amps and the suction is better than the Hoover’s 12 amp motor- unbelievable! – converts to a light canister- hand held or still on the rolling nozzle base – comes with lots of attachments (I got the extended reach model NV350E which came with the two on-board tools- 6″ crevice and duster, the 24″ extended crevice tool, the air-powered pet turbo nozzle, the funky looking non-motorized bare floor nozzle and the electric motorized standard nozzle.
I love this vacuum! The cats and dogs, not so much
32 people found this helpful
I have been using it for a few months now, and here are the pros and cons. Pros: Picks up all the fur from 2 dogs, 2 cats and dirt and debris from the animals plus 3 people. It works great on the carpet, tile, and hardwood floors. It’s easy to use and switch to any tools if needed, and it is easy to clean. I really like that the rotator brush will stop when it has too much debris, saving the motor, and that the canister can detach giving you a little more reach. And, it has a really long cord, which means I don’t have to switch outlets often. Cons: It is a little top heavy, causing it to sometimes fall over. Secondly, the canister is small and tends to fill up pretty quickly, so I usually have to dump it twice if I am vacuuming the whole house. Thirdly, even though it does work on tile and hardwood floors, it doesn’t suck everything up in one pass, especially when it comes to cat littler. Lastly, all the tools that come with this vacuum do not fit on it, so they sit on a shelf. All in all, it is a great product, and my next vacuum will definitely be a shark.
A Powerful and Manueverable Vacuum, But Oh That Power Cord!
33 people found this helpful
This Shark is a very powerful, compact, and maneuverable vacuum! It pulls more crud out of my carpets than any other vacuum I’ve ever used. The rotating beater bar pulls the unit through even very plush carpets with ease – very similar to the feel of a self-propelled mower. It’s a terrific value, but does have a couple of minor flaws: Power cord – Whoever determined that the power cord should terminate at the base of the unit needs a swift kick in the groin – daily! I’m constantly catching the power cord with my own feet and/or having to try to wrangle it up away from my feet. I understand that the modular design makes the cord placement challenging, but more effort needed to be put into managing the cord so it wouldn’t be a perpetual tripping hazard. I’m convinced the fellow who designed this hasn’t spent more than 5 minutes actually using the product. Also, the cord really needs to be another 6-9′ longer since most “older” homes – y’know, those that pre-date the invention of the compact disc – aren’t peppered nearly so liberally with power outlets as newer, more tech-aware homes.
A good buy with a few flaws
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I bought this vacuum as an open box item for $110. Having said that, it was a very good deal. I replaced my 10 year old Dyson Animal that finally broke. Fixing it was too expensive. This vacuum has suction equivalent to my Dyson when it was new. The lift off canister is a huge help when you’re vacuuming stairs. It also did a great job cleaning up broken glass and soot around our fireplace. The collection tank was easier to empty – pet hair didn’t get stuck as much as in the Dyson. The bad: the machine is top heavy and falls over easily, which is big inconvenience. I also found that the attachments fall off easily despite using my full strength to push them on. Having said this, it’s still a good buy for the money.