Shark Navigator Vacuum Review. Shark upright vacuums use something called Infinity Technology. The creates powerful suction that pulls 99 percent of the collected dirt and debris away from the filter so there isn't any drop in power or suctioning ability. There is a two motor system too. One of the motors operates the brush roll. So all you have to do to transition from bare floors to carpet is switch the motor powering the brush.

Shark upright vacuums are sold with all of the attachments you need for whole house cleaning. There's a stretch hose and wand that extends 12 feet for cleaning bookshelves and furniture tops. The crevice tool is good for cleaning pet hair or crumbs out of cushions and the turbo power brush was designed for the purpose of lifting pet hair from upholstery and stairs.

Shark upright vacuums are simple to handle since they ride along on smooth gliding wheels. They are lightweight, weighing just 15 pounds and have a power cord that stretches 30 feet. You can clean an entire room without having to stop and switch plug-ins. The Shark is easy to push and swivel around furniture and other obstacles.

Shark upright vacuums empty the debris into a collection cup rather than a bag so you won't need to spend money on replacement bags for the Shark Navigator. You also will never have to buy replacement filters as all you need to do to keep the filter in good working condition is rinse it out every six months.


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