Product Name: Shark Navigator Lift-Away Professional Vacuum
With the push of a button, Lift-Away® technology allows you to lift the canister away and easily clean in hard-to-reach areas
Extension hose extends up to approx. 5 feet
Features Anti-Allergen Complete Seal Technology® and a HEPA filter to trap 99.9% dust and allergens inside the vacuum
Suction; Due to the huge suction power of this vacuum, it may become necessary at times to adjust the suction release on the handle.If the vacuum seems difficult to push or pull or if it is lifting up area rugs, adjust the suction release by rotating the collar 90° counterclockwise to open the valve. Rotate the collar clockwise to close the valve when you need high suction and for vacuuming floors. (From Shark Manual)
Swivel Steering provides excellent control
The XL-capacity, easy-to-empty dust cup provides extended cleaning without interruption
With brush-roll shutoff, you can easily switch between carpet and bare floor cleaning
Pet power brush grabs hair from carpeted stairs and upholstery
@bleedmichigan@djslack Cordless Dyson is the boss all around. I have all hardwood floors, and 1 area rug and the thing is a beast. Does everything our old corded ball Dyson does without the size and cord hassle. I bought mine as a refurb and many years later its still going strong and the battery still holds enough charge to vacuum the house. I’m telling you, the Cordless Dyson is the top of the list.
Dyson can suck it! I Just replaced my Dyson with the Shark NV752 (which looks a lot like this one) and will never look back. The shark is easier to to handle, easier to clean, and suckier. The only drawback is it tends to fall over, so getting the canister holder probably helps.
James Dyson is an utter wanker too.
I bought a Shark Navigator Lift-Away like six years ago on a whim and I want to replace it with a newer model just for newer features like an onboard headlight and the like, but there’s nothing wrong with mine. It’s perfect, it runs like the day we got it, still doesn’t slow down when packed full of pet fur.
I literally can’t justify replacing it because of New Toyitis when it has zero wrong with it and it sucks.
There’s a reason Dyson stopped manufacturing corded vacuums – they can’t compete with the better and cheaper Shark. Dyson was great when it first came out. Bu that was many years ago. Newer competitive companies have out shined Dyson.
Great vacuum. Own one for our camp, bought one for my son. Handles easily, empties simply, cleans as well as any I have ever owned (better than most of them in fact). Got mine refurbed for slightly less than this, never looked back.