Shark cordless stick vacuum reviews: The 6 Best Shark Vacuums of 2023: Reviews

The 6 Best Shark Vacuums of 2023: Reviews

  1. Table of Contents
  2. Intro
  3. Review Updates
  4. Best Vacuum
  5. Best Upper Mid-Range
  6. Best Mid-Range
  7. Best Budget
  8. Best Robot
  9. Best Handheld
  10. Comparison
  11. Lineup
  12. Page Updates
  13. Conclusion
  14. Discussions

Updated Jun 05, 2023 at 01:03 pm

By Evan Jakab

We’ve currently tested over 25 Shark vacuums. Shark manufactures homeware goods like irons and mops in addition to vacuums. Unlike other brands like Samsung or BISSELL, which focus on a limited range of vacuum designs, Shark offers a little bit of everything, including robot vacuums, secondary handheld configurations, and corded and cordless designs. Their vacuums come at a variety of price points, so you can find something that fits your budget.

For more recommendations, check our articles for the best vacuums for stairs, the best vacuum cleaner brands, and the best car vacuums.

Updates

  • 06/05/2023

    Shark Cordless Pro [IZ562H, UZ565H] reviewed

  • 05/25/2023

    Shark Pet/Rocket Pro Cordless [IX141, UZ155, WZ240] reviewed

  • 04/19/2023

    Shark ION Robot AV753 Series updated

  • 04/07/2023

    Shark Stratos Upright [AZ3000, AZ3002] reviewed

  • 03/17/2023

    Shark Navigator Lift-Away Deluxe [NV360, UV440] updated

Best Shark Vacuums

  1. Best Shark Vacuum

    Shark Stratos Cordless

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    Low-Pile Carpet

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    High-Pile Carpet

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    Pets

    7.4

    Stairs

    8.6

    Cars

    7.8

    Workshop

    6.0

    Vacuum Type

    Stick/Handheld

    Bagless

    Yes

    Cordless

    Yes

    Anti-Allergy Filter (HEPA)

    Yes

    Wet Compatible

    No

    See all our test results

    The best Shark vacuum we’ve tested is the Shark Stratos Cordless. This cordless stick vacuum sits at the top of Shark’s lineup of cordless stick options and features a broad range of convenience features. One of the most significant is its Clean Sense IQ system, which uses infrared sensors to measure how much debris is collected and adjust its suction power as necessary, resulting in improved performance on most surfaces compared to its immediate predecessor, the Shark Vertex Pro Lightweight.

    It also features an odor-neutralizing system that works via a replaceable cartridge in its floorhead, which is handy for pet owners. Its folding wand makes it easy to clean under most furniture while reducing its vertical footprint when it’s stowed away. It has the newest iteration of Shark’s DuoClean twin-roller floorhead, comprised of a soft roller and a self-cleaning finned roller. Despite this self-cleaning billing, pet hair can still get trapped in it, and since this primary brushroll isn’t removable, it can be a bit of a nuisance to clean.

    This vacuum can run for up to an hour on a charge, which is pretty good by the standards of other cordless vacuums. If you don’t want to worry about running out of charge, the Shark Stratos Upright is a solid option with a substantially greater debris capacity, though it lacks the cordless model’s automatic power adjustment feature and has a much bulkier upright body.

    See our review

  2. Best Upper Mid-Range Shark Vacuum

    Shark Cordless Pro [IZ562H, UZ565H]

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    Low-Pile Carpet

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    High-Pile Carpet

    7.6

    Pets

    7.3

    Stairs

    8. 3

    Cars

    7.5

    Workshop

    5.5

    Vacuum Type

    Stick/Handheld

    Bagless

    Yes

    Cordless

    Yes

    Anti-Allergy Filter (HEPA)

    Yes

    Wet Compatible

    No

    See all our test results

    Check out the Shark Cordless Pro if you’re looking for something a little cheaper, as it’s the best cordless Shark vacuum in the upper mid-range price bracket we’ve tested. This cordless stick vacuum shares quite a bit with the flagship Shark Stratos Cordless, with the same Clean Sense IQ automatic power adjustment system and odor-neutralization system. However, its lower position in the lineup leaves it with a less potent suction motor and a smaller-capacity battery, which can only offer a max runtime of about 40 minutes.

    That isn’t to say it isn’t a good overall performer. It can easily clear away debris on hard floors, and while it’s less potent than the Stratos, it’s still capable of handling most kinds of messes on carpets too. It uses a different floorhead design compared to the Stratos as well. Instead of a dual-roller setup, it has only a single fluffy roller with angled fins that reduce the chances of hair buildup and provide surface agitation on carpets.

    This also dovetails into its one major advantage over the Stratos, not to mention most other Shark vacuums: this brushroll can be completely removed from its floorhead. While this may seem like a fairly minor change in design, it results in a big improvement to user maintenance, as you can now easily clear away any stuck-on debris or tangled strands of hair, making it the best Shark vacuum for pet hair that we’ve tested.

    See our review

  3. Best Mid-Range Shark Vacuum

    Shark Stratos UltraLight

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    Low-Pile Carpet

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    High-Pile Carpet

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    Pets

    7.5

    Stairs

    8.1

    Cars

    7.5

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    Vacuum Type

    Stick/Handheld

    Bagless

    Yes

    Cordless

    No

    Anti-Allergy Filter (HEPA)

    Yes

    Wet Compatible

    No

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    The Shark Stratos UltraLight is a great choice if you’re looking for a Shark vacuum that’s a little more affordable and among the best Shark vacuums for pet hair that we’ve tested. It’s the flagship corded stick model in Shark’s lineup and borrows some features from the pricier Shark Stratos Cordless and Shark Stratos Upright. Like those two other vacuums, it features a replaceable cartridge to tamp down on foul odors as you clean, as well as the newest iteration of Shark’s twin-roller DuoClean floorhead, which features a primary brushroll with fins meant to reduce the chances of hair getting tangled in the mechanism.

    Performance on bare floors, as well as low and high-pile carpet, is excellent, though unfortunately, there’s no height adjustment for its brushroll, meaning it can get tangled in thicker carpeting. Unfortunately, build quality is noticeably inferior to the Shark Cordless Pro, and it has a smaller dirt compartment that’ll need to be emptied more regularly.

    See our review

  4. Best Budget Shark Vacuum

    Shark Rocket Corded

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    Low-Pile Carpet

    7.8

    High-Pile Carpet

    7.0

    Pets

    7.1

    Stairs

    7.4

    Cars

    6.9

    Workshop

    4.4

    Vacuum Type

    Stick/Handheld

    Bagless

    Yes

    Cordless

    No

    Anti-Allergy Filter (HEPA)

    No

    Wet Compatible

    No

    See all our test results

    The Shark Rocket Corded is the best budget Shark vacuum we’ve tested. Compared to a higher-end model like the Shark Stratos UltraLight, it’s pretty stripped down in terms of convenience features, feels flimsier, and has a less potent suction motor, so you’ll probably need to make an extra pass or two to fully clear away the same amount of debris. Nevertheless, this is still a good option for something affordable. At just over eight pounds, it’s a little lighter than the Stratos, making it even easier to maneuver in tight spots or to pick up and carry around.

    Unfortunately, this vacuum is a bit of a hassle to keep clean; its floorhead’s brushroll isn’t removable, making it hard to clear away any tangled hair. In addition, it can be tricky to access the latch that opens its dustbin. Despite its relatively compact dimensions, it also takes up a bit of room when not in use.

    See our review

  5. Best Robot Shark Vacuum

    Shark AI Ultra Robot

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    High-Pile Carpet

    6.4

    Pets

    4.8

    Stairs

    5.8

    Cars

    4.6

    Workshop

    4.3

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    Robot

    Bagless

    Yes

    Cordless

    Yes

    Anti-Allergy Filter (HEPA)

    Yes

    Wet Compatible

    No

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    The best Shark robot vacuum we’ve tested is the Shark AI Ultra Robot, and it’s worth a look if you don’t need the deep-cleaning performance of a manually-operated vacuum like the Shark Cordless Pro. This robot vacuum can automatically empty its dustbin into an external dirt compartment mounted to its charging dock, reducing hands-on maintenance requirements. The AV2501AE variant has an extra-large dock with room for 60 days’ worth of debris. Its LIDAR mapping sensor allows for quick and precise room mapping; you can also use its companion app to schedule cleaning sessions or set up no-go zones to prevent the vacuum from entering an area where it might get stuck or knock over something delicate.

    However, it’s worth noting that the SharkClean app is slow and buggy and occasionally provides incorrect status updates. This robot vacuum doesn’t have a surface detection system that would allow it to change its suction power mode automatically. To adjust its cleaning mode, manually select it through its companion app for every cleaning job.

    See our review

  6. Best Handheld Shark Vacuum

    Shark UltraCyclone Pet Pro+

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    High-Pile Carpet

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    Cars

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    Yes

    Cordless

    Yes

    Anti-Allergy Filter (HEPA)

    No

    Wet Compatible

    No

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    The Shark UltraCyclone Pet Pro+ is the best cordless Shark vacuum with a handheld design that we’ve tested. Unlike the Shark Rocket Corded or any other Shark stick vacuum, it’s only intended for quick spot-cleaning sessions. It does a fantastic job dealing with pet hair and solid debris on flat, even surfaces and delivers a superb overall performance on carpets and rugs. It feels well-built and has a simple design that incurs few recurring costs. The CH951 variant comes with a crevice tool for tackling messes in tight corners, a hard-bristle brush to dislodge stuck-on dirt and debris, and a turbo brush for cleaning furniture, though unfortunately, the latter isn’t very effective for dealing with pet hair on upholstered surfaces.

    Its battery life of little over 10 minutes isn’t especially noteworthy, even by the standards of other cordless stick vacuums, and you’ll need to work fast when cleaning bigger messes. It also has terrible air filtration performance, so it isn’t the best option if you suffer from allergies. If that’s a concern, consider the Shark WANDVAC, which does a much better job of sealing in allergens like pet dander; you can further bolster its filtration performance by purchasing an aftermarket HEPA filter. However, it’s pricier than the UltraCyclone and has a much smaller dustbin.

    See our review

Compared to other brands

  • Virtually no recurring costs.
    Most Shark vacuums have parts you can wash or clean, so you may never have to replace them as long as you properly maintain them. Even though some models have a small dirt compartment, they’re typically bagless, which further helps cut recurring costs.
  • Tools and brushes included.
    While they may not have specialized tools like a pet grooming brush or a ceiling fan tool, they come with a solid selection of tools and brushes to help get the job done.
  • Can be configured into a handheld vacuum.
    Shark vacuums tend to be reconfigurable into a smaller, handheld mode so you can access more difficult-to-reach messes.
  • Okay build quality.
    Shark vacuums tend to have a plasticky build, and certain parts, like their dirt compartments, seem especially prone to cracking if dropped.
  • Quite a few maintenance needs.
    Most Shark vacuums have several parts that need ongoing maintenance, depending on your usage.
  • Manual cord storage.
    Corded Shark vacuums usually require manually winding the electrical cord for storage instead of automatically storing it away.

Shark vs Dyson

When comparing their lineup of cordless stick vacuums, Dyson’s offerings tend to offer better debris pickup performance than most Shark models and tend to come with a broader range of attachments, as well as unique quality-of-life features like automatic power adjustment. However, they’re also notably pricier than comparable Sharks, which usually feel better built. You can see a more detailed comparison of the strengths and weaknesses of each brand’s offerings in this comparison article.

Shark vs BISSELL

BISSELL vacuums are generally cheaper than comparable Shark models, though that lower price tag is often reflected in inferior build quality, debris pickup performance, and air filtration performance.

Shark produces a variety of different vacuum types at various price points. They’re smartly designed to reconfigure into a handheld design if you need a closer clean, and cordless options are available. When comparing their stick vacuums to Dyson’s offerings, Shark vacuums feel better built and sturdier. However, they also tend to have a similar but slightly worse performance on carpet. Their upright vacuums usually perform better on all surface types than BISSELL vacuums.

Lineup

Shark has a diverse lineup of vacuums, and their naming convention can sometimes be very confusing to parse out. In broad strokes, you can outline their model lineup as follows.

Upright Models

  • Navigator: Entry-level upright models.
  • Rotator: Mid-range upright models.
  • APEX/Vertex/Stratos: Flagship series of upright models, with the Vertex lineup superseding the APEX lineup and the Stratos lineup replacing the Vertex lineup.

 Stick Models

  • Rocket: Entry-level corded and cordless models, usually equipped with first-generation Zero-M anti-tangle brushrolls.
  • Cordless Pet: Mid-range cordless stick vacuums with PowerFin brushrolls and/or Anti-Allergen-filtration.
  • Cordless Pro: Upper mid-range cordless models with automatic power adjustment capability, self-cleaning brushrolls, and an odor-neutralization system.
  • APEX/Vertex/Stratos: Flagship cordless and corded models with twin brushroll floorheads. Newer cordless Stratos models feature automatic power adjustment and an odor-neutralization system.
  • UltraLight: Lightweight versions of existing corded stick vacuums with reduced debris capacity.
  • WANDVAC: Lightweight cordless models with small dustbins and short battery lives; intended for quick clean-ups.

Canister Models

  • Canister: Comes with a PowerFins single-roller floorhead.
  • Vertex Canister: Comes with a DuoClean Powerfins floorhead. Otherwise identical in design to the entry-level model.

Robot Models

  • ION: Entry-level robot vacuums with random bump-pathing navigation.
  • EZ/IQ: Mid-range robot vacuums that use VSLAM navigation, with some models offering self-emptying capability.
  • AI: Flagship robot vacuums with self-emptying capability. Newer AI Ultra models use a LIDAR sensor to navigate. Available in vacuum/mop and vacuum-only variants.

Common Terminology/Features

  • Zero-M: Brushroll design with bristles and angled fins meant to reduce hair wraps. This marketing term is most commonly used with single-brushroll vacuums in the Navigator and Rotator upright lineups, as well as Rocket stick models.
  • PowerFins: Updated version of Zero-M brushroll design, which eliminates the use of widely-spaced bristles found on Zero-M rollers.
  • DuoClean: Twin brushroll floorhead design that uses one unpowered soft roller and a bristled Zero-M main brushroll. The system is used in APEX upright and stick models.
  • DuoClean PowerFins: Revised version of the DuoClean floorhead design, with the main brushroll featuring angled fins instead of bristles, reducing the chances of long hair jamming the mechanism. The system is used in Vertex upright and stick models.
  • DuoClean PowerFins Hair Pro: A further updated version of the DuoClean PowerFins floorhead design. Only found in Stratos upright and stick models.

Recent Updates

  1. Jun 05, 2023:
    Replaced Shark APEX Upright with Shark Cordless Pro [IZ562H, UZ565H] as ‘Best Upper Mid-Range Shark Vacuum’ pick.

  2. May 05, 2023:
    Replaced Shark Vertex Pro Powered Lift-Away with Shark APEX Upright as ‘Best Upper Mid-Range Shark Vacuum’ due to current pricing. Replaced Shark Rotator Lift-Away ADV with Shark Stratos UltraLight as the ‘Best Mid-Range Shark Vacuum’ due to current pricing.

  3. Apr 14, 2023:
    Ensured all main picks are still in stock and remain the best fit for user needs.

  4. Mar 16, 2023:
    Replaced Shark EZ Robot with Shark AI Ultra Robot as ‘Best Robot Shark Vacuum’.

  5. Feb 17, 2023:
    Replaced Shark Vertex Pro Powered Lift-Away with Shark Stratos Cordless as ‘Best Shark Vacuum’ pick. Replaced Shark Cordless Pet Plus with Shark Vertex Pro Powered Lift-Away as ‘Best Upper Mid-Range Shark Vacuum’ pick.

Conclusion

Shark is a good household manufacturer that produces items like mops and irons alongside vacuums at different price points and styles. You can also use many Shark vacuums as handhelds, which is nice if you need to clean hard-to-reach places. If you want an easily portable model, Shark sells some cordless vacuums. However, they tend to have a few maintenance needs, and some models can be a little more tricky to clean.

Test results

Shark Cordless Stick Review – which vac?

Introduction

The Shark cordless stick vacuum is Shark’s offering to the handheld-upright-hybrid of vacuum cleaner than so many people think of when they think cordless.

In this review we’ll go through the various model variants available from Shark. Unfortunately Shark’s offering isn’t straightforward, they have a few different models available, and they all have very unflattering names. Our aim here is to cut through the noise, give you the key facts about each variant of vacuum, and then our recommendation for the best model to go for.

Performance

Performance overall for the Shark is good. Better suction and pick up than other vacuums at this price point. After a few uses carpets in particular are noticeably cleaner than other brands.

There are 3 power settings; ‘off’, ‘Bare Floor’ and ‘Carpet’. Pretty clear what each is for, but interestingly it’s a different take to power settings than most cordless vacuums, who tend to opt for a ‘normal’ mode and a ‘turbo’ mode. Shark’s way of doing things can be better or worse for you depending on the layout of your home.

Shark cordless stick works on carpets and hard floors effortlessly

We have a mixture of hard floors, carpeted rooms and high pile rugs, so we spent a lot of time in the ‘Carpet’ setting. This had a noticeable impact on battery life, but also led to cleaner floors.

The powered brush bar is very good. The combination of traditional brush bar and roller worked well, but after a bit of use you do need to clean it, especially the roller.

Design and Features

The Shark comes into its own with its design and features. The first thing you notice when you start using it is the flexible neck. It’s a solid nice with a flexible hinged section. It quickly becomes apparent what this is used for when you encounter a table, chair or legged sofa – the Shark cordless stick bends to allow the roller head to reach exactly where it needs to.

“Flexology” – flexible neck

It’s interesting when you compare the Shark to a Dyson, whose original ‘sphere’ design on their uprights was revolutionary. The hinged areas on the Shark are totally different to Dyson’s, but it makes quite a big difference when trying to reach certain areas.

The Shark Cordless ‘Flexology’ make it easy to reach without bending down

I actually own a Dyson V11, and when vacuuming the lounge and dining room have to bend my knees and back to allow the vacuum head to reach the harder to get-to areas, but the Shark had no trouble whatsoever with this. I was able to stay upright while the vacuum did all of the bending, saving my back in the process.

Flat head and brush bar

The vacuum head – the part that comes into contact with the floor – is wide, flat and deep. It has a bevelled front shape to get the front of the vacuum underneath any objects that might get in the way.

The brush bar on the vacuum has 2 parts to it; a traditional brush bar and a fur roller. Both spin when the vacuum is on. The bristles of the brush work with the roller to dislodge dirt from both the ground that is being cleaned but also from itself. Without the brush bar the roller would become full of dirty, and without the roller the brush bar would get tangled. It actually works really well.

Shark Cordless Stick Vacuum has a powered brush bar and a roller

However – we highly recommend then you clean the roller regularly. The nature of it means that it can quickly get dirty, and while that’s sort of its job, you should clean it as regularly as you can.

Folding Away

The Shark has a hinge half way up the neck to allow it to be folded up for storage. This may not seem like much but there are very few cordless vacuums that can be stored in this way. Take Dysons as an example, they all come with a bracket as they’re designed to be hung on a wall. That’s all well and good, but most people don’t have somewhere to hang their vacuum, nor do they particularly want to fasten them to a wall.

Shark Cordless Stick can fold away for easy storage

The Shark’s head offers stability for when its folded to stand on its own, so it takes up less space than a traditional upright and you can store it anywhere. For me, this is a huge bonus.

Headlights

The Shark cordless range all have headlights on the front of the head unit. I personally love a vacuum with this feature. It serves two distinct purposes:

  • You can see in dark places, such as under the sofa, to ensure they’re clean

  • It highlights dirt and dust that needs to be cleaned by forcing it to cast a shadow

One of the best ways to see how clean your carpet off is to wait until night time, turn the light off and put a torch on the floor. Any bits of dirt and debris cast a huge shadow across the room. It might sound a bit silly, but having a light on the front of the vacuum does the same – it makes it clear where the dirt is so allows you to pick it up.

Weight

All of the Shark cordless stick vacuums weigh in at 4kg. That’s quite a bit heavier than alternatives on the market. For a direct comparison the Dyson V8 weighs roughly 2.6kg, and the Bosch Athlet 3kg. The Athlet in particular, although slightly heavier than the Dyson, distributes its weight well due to its design, something the Shark doesn’t do.

However – a heavier vacuum isn’t necessarily a disadvantage – just something to be aware of. A heavier vacuum will naturally push down onto the floor its cleaning more. The more it pushes down the more dirt it will dislodge and, in theory, the cleaner your floor will be. That just comes at the cost of having a more heavy unit to move around the house, so really, like so many of these points, it comes down to personal preference and situation rather than a hard and fast recommendation.

Maneuverability

We’ve covered how easy the Shark is to move about due to its flexible neck. We’ve also covered its weight. Those two things are at odds with each other in terms of manoeuvrability.

Is the Shark cordless stick vacuum manoeuvrable? Yes, very much so.

Is it the easiest to carry around the house? No. It’s larger and heavier than other brands vacuums.

The hinge point half way up the Shark’s neck also doubles as the section that detaches to allow other tools to be fitted.

The optional motorised pet tool makes cleaning sofas easy

The Shark cordless stick includes a crevice tool, which makes it fairly easy to reach into nooks of a room, but it isn’t as manoeuvrable in this sense as other brands such as the Vax Blade.

Battery Life

Time to talk battery life – something extremely important to anyone buying a cordless vacuum. Officially the Shark cordless stick vacuum boasts “Up to 40 minutes run-time”, but when you check the small print:

In ION power mode, with non-motorised tool.

To translate that for everyone, it basically means that you get 40 minutes in low power mode, which is only really suitable for hard floors with little dirt on. If you live in a small apartment with only hard floors this might not be much of a problem, but if you have carpets, rugs and multiple rooms then you’re going to want to know what sort of battery life you really get.

In our tests, which consisted of carpets, hard wooden floors and some high piled rugs you were able to clean the whole house on a single charge, but there wasn’t much battery left after a single pass. Testing the battery we got 22 minutes out of a single charge consistently, which isn’t too bad. We were able to do a 4 bed detached home in about 17 minutes, so there’s room to spare.

The vacuum’s battery can be removed to charge, which also means its easy to replace in the future if you need to. Shark also sell batteries and you can buy a model with 2 batteries in the box if you wish, this means you can always have a battery on stand-by.

Worth noting is that we didn’t notice a reduction in suction as the battery was running low, at least not as much as other brands. This is something very important that people often don’t consider with cordless vacuums; it’s not so much the time the battery lasts, but how long it lasts at full suction which is really important. Shark don’t really talk much about this in their marketing, but the suction didn’t dissipate much when the battery was running low, so that’s a huge bonus.

The Models

OK, so there are a few models available. To be clear: the Shark cordless stick core offering is the same, the only difference between models is:

  • Aesthetics – it’s a different coloured neck for each model

  • A slightly different brush bar

  • A motorised pet tool

  • Extra battery

Let’s compare models.

IF 200 UK

This is your bog standard core model. You get:

  • Main unit

  • Crevice tool

  • Upholstery tool

  • Dusting brush

  • 1 battery

  • 1 charger

Great, pretty standard. This is also the cheapest model.

IF 200 UKT

The ‘T’ means you get a motorised pet tool. That’s it. Besides the colour of the neck it’s exactly the same.

IF 250 UK

OK, this pack is slightly different:

IF 250 UKT

You can probably guess, but it’s everything you get with the IF 250 UK, and the motorised pet tool.

The Shark cordless stick vacuum is great. It’s a very powerful vacuum, with key strengths in areas that other vacuum brands neglect. Lets cut through the noise and highlight its call out advantages:

You only need the IF 250 if you need the extra battery. Again, get the UKT if you have a pet, but don’t bother if you don’t.

Shark cordless vacuum cleaners – Huge selection at the best prices

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New, Used & Certified Refurbished Shark Cordless Vacuum Cleaners

You’ll be ready to tackle any mess with a cordless vacuum cleaner. Shark is a well-known manufacturer of vacuums, and many of their models have a convenient cordless design. eBay is the place to purchase new, used, and eBay Refurbished Shark cordless vacuum cleaners.

Certified Refurbished Shark Cordless Vacuums

While you have the choice between new and used products on eBay, you can also shop Certified Refurbished items. These Shark vacuums are sold by eBay-approved sellers. Each of these products comes with a like-new guarantee (including accessories, instruction manuals, and packaging), a free 30-day return/replacement policy that begins when you receive the vacuum, and a 2-year hassle-free warranty. That means you get the same performance as someone who bought new, often at a significant savings. We also regularly monitor Certified Refurbished sellers to ensure they’re meeting our stringent quality control metrics.

Upright Models

Shark manufactures several types of cordless upright vacuums. These models offer the convenience of a cord-free design with plenty of suction power to keep your floors clean.

Cordless Stick Models

There are more options if you’re interested in buying a Shark cordless stick vacuum. These are all compact and easy to use. Models include:

  • ION F80 MultiFLEX: This vacuum can operate for up to 80 minutes before the rechargeable batteries run out of power. Two ION Power Pack batteries are to thank for this extended run time. The vacuum comes with an upholstery tool, a crevice tool, and a charging cord.
  • Rocket Pet Pro: Specifically designed to address pet hair in addition to regular dust and debris, the Pet Pro comes with Anti-Allergen Complete Seal Technology to keep allergens inside the cleaner.
  • Rocket Pro: An advantage to using this model is that it has a self-cleaning brush roll with the Dirt Engage feature, meaning that you won’t have to be concerned about hair or fibers wrapping around the roll. It has a MultiFLEX wand, which can bend to fit under furniture. Plus, the vacuum can fold to become more compact during storage.
  • Rocket: This cheap cordless model can be used for up to 40 minutes at a time. It can transform into a handheld if you’re cleaning the car or another tight spot. It weighs 3.13 kilograms and uses an 8.38-amp motor.

Bagless Handhelds

There are a few small Shark bagless handhelds that you may want to consider because of their convenience. They include:

  • WANDVAC: This model uses a brushless motor that operates at a high speed. It has a tapered nozzle and ergonomic handle.
  • Cordless Pet Perfect XL: The Pet Perfect comes with a detachable motorized pet brush to get hair off upholstery.

Smart shopping with eBay Refurbished

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Shark Vacuum Cleaner Review: Power and Innovation

Probably few people have heard of the SharkNinja here in Italy, but it’s actually not quite the latest arrival. This is an American brand specializing in home goods and small appliances, which also debuted in Bel Paese about a couple of months later.

Large electric fryers, food processors, special ovens, etc. etc. are part of the catalog of a company that seems ready to compete in the Italian market with products that follow the same thread: quality / price ratio.

Common thread also found in Shark Electric Broom IZ320EUT Cordless , a cordless cyclonic vacuum cleaner with a rich set of features such as a dual motorized brush, two batteries per pack and an accessory designed to remove pet hair even from sofas and carpets.

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Scope of delivery

Packaging Shark IZ320EUT cordless electric broom is very simple, but full of accessories of all kinds.

Inside we find:

  • Shark electric broom;
  • Spear accessory 30 cm;
  • tool with multiple surfaces;
  • anti-allergic brush;
  • Pet accessory with PowerFins;
  • accessory bag;
  • 2 Li-ion batteries;
  • double charging base.

Design & Materials

Design Shark IZ320EUT Cordless Electric Broom is one of those who “either hate or love each other”. The lines of the device are somewhat reminiscent of those of the Proscenic and are characterized by a design with fairly clean cutouts and made of very resistant plastic, to which a motor is connected at the top with a corresponding dirt container, and at the bottom is a motorized brush, which the brand calls DuoClean, and yes, this is one of the the most innovative brushes I’ve seen in a while.

Let me be clear, given the size of the motorized brush (although I must say plural), the removable and replaceable battery with the second one included, and the whole construction of the vacuum cleaner, which is very strong and durable. stable, Electric broom Shark IZ320EUT cordless it is certainly not the lightest on the market: it weighs about 4 kg, but it is very convenient to use both thanks to the excellent adhesion of the brush to the floor and due to good weight balance.

Built-in LED display above the tank where you can check the remaining battery power, select the type of surface you want to clean (which can range from carpets to marble) and set the appropriate cleaning modes: there are 3 and no, automatic mode is not integrated .

The tank is very large and, thanks to its volume of 0.7 liters, is slightly above the market average. A 4-stage HEPA filtration system is installed inside, which can be disassembled and washed under running water, and which is capable of filtering up to 99.99% particles, also eliminating bad odors.

The handset also differs from the vast majority of the category. To connect the motorized brush to the main structure of the Shark IZ320EUT cordless electric broom , thinks of a tube that the company calls “Flexology” and which, in a nutshell, at the touch of a button, can be folded in such a way as to make it easier to clean under beds, furniture and all other low places they find it difficult to reach with a traditional snorkel.

And also thanks to this tube Shark Electric Broom IZ320EUT Battery it can be simply positioned vertically when not in use. This means that there is no need for a charging base or wall support, and the batteries can be charged using a small base that can be positioned completely independent of the vacuum cleaner and is capable of charging two of them at the same time. time.

Suction power and cleaning performance

To revive Electric broom Shark IZ320EUT battery this is taken care of by a 59 W motor, which, yes, guarantees good suction power, but at the same time contributes to a significant increase in the overall noise of the device, which can reach 80 dB. In short, this is a rather noisy cyclonic vacuum cleaner, also because there are two rollers that rotate in the main brush.

The DuoClean system with PowerFins improves cleaning performance Shark IZ320EUT cordless electric broom . In a nutshell, this is a double brush that has been designed to provide maximum cleaning not only on hard surfaces such as parquet and floors, but also on carpets to suck up more particles and dirt from the first pass.

And if the system really makes a difference on the floor, as far as carpets are concerned, I really should do it: firstly, I noticed that the Shark IZ320EUT cordless electric broom works best with short pile carpets, but in these cases I I advise you to reduce the suction power, because it can happen that with a typical movement that is done when cleaning, the vacuum cleaner pulls the carpet, which makes everything much more uncomfortable.

And that’s why I would like to see there Electric broom Shark IZ320EUT cordless is equipped with sensors with which you can determine the type of material on which it will work: this is the only real drawback of this model, and it would be very convenient if completely offline Electric broom Shark IZ320EUT rechargeable was able to figure out when he ran on the carpet and how much on the floor.

Also included in the main brush is a highly functional anti-tangle system designed to prevent hair or hair from curling around the brush during suction. And after trying the product in a house with four dogs, I can tell you: it works very well.

All brushes can be connected directly to the motor as well as to the suction pipe and do their job without any problems. There’s an upholstery brush like sofas or mattresses that has a tighter grip to mimic the “beat” effect and suck up dust and particles that settle in fabrics, and there’s an accessory that I liked. many: one for pet hair.

In fact, this accessory makes it easy to vacuum pet hair that sticks to sofas and mattresses: it’s very easy to use and really does a very good job.

Battery life

At minimum suction power The Shark IZ320EUT cordless electric broom is capable of about 50 minutes of battery life on a single charge, which exceeds poco 10 minutes when used at maximum power. In the package, however, two rechargeable batteries come out of the vacuum cleaner completely autonomously, which, in a nutshell, tends to double the charging time.

In short, with two charged batteries, you can easily clean the house even at maximum power. But most of all I liked the battery charging base, which can be easily stored anywhere in the house and which does not require the use of a vacuum cleaner. Great idea.

Sale price and considerations

The sale price of Shark IZ320EUT cordless electric broom is 529. 99 euros, but both on Amazon and the official website of the brand, you can buy it at a discount for 449.0 euros. And yes, it is certainly not the cheapest model on the market, but there is no doubt that in this price range it is difficult to find an alternative that can offer the dynamism and accessories inherent in the Shark product.

Whether or not you have pets at home, Shark IZ320EUT cordless electric broom is a product that can guarantee deep cleaning of your home, and the idea of ​​a double roller brush, an animal hair accessory and a charging base for two batteries wins.

It’s a pity, however, that the brand didn’t think of introducing some kind of sensor system to automatically recognize dirt and materials, and yes, in fact, considering the suction power and technology, this is a rather noisy cordless cyclonic vacuum cleaner.

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