Solid performance bagless vacuums at competitive(low) prices. They are not a luxury brand, like Miele or Riccar, and don’t have high-end build quality. That’s my experience with Shark. You won’t get 20 years out of these vacuums, but they pack a lot of features and versatility. They’re good at what they do. Is the best
Shark Rocket TruePet Vs. Dyson Ball Compact Animal The Shark Rocket Series may look like the Dyson V6 and V8 vaccums, but many people don’t realize at a glance that the Shark Rocket vacuums are corded. Check out the comparisons I did between the Shark Rocket and Dyson V6 and V8 vacuums here. I think
Important Notes Before Comparing Shark and Dyson The Shark Rocket and Dyson V6 (and V8) Series vacuums look very much alike, but have one major difference: The Shark Rocket is not cordless. They look a lot alike, obviously, and that’s why people tend to want to compare them. They have the same style and form-factor
When I think of an ideal canister vacuum, the Miele Classic C1 Titan has not only the features but the quality that I would want. Electric Powerbrush and HEPA AirClean filtration? Those are great features. The build quality to last 20 years, and not diminish its performance? That’s quality. Miele’s Classic C1 series peaks with
Recommended For: Bare floors Low-pile Carpet and Rugs Stairs (carpetted or hardwood) RV’s, Vehicles 50 minutes of cleaning (about 2500 square feet) One of the features that most cordless vacuums didn’t get from their corded predecessors is a detachable hose. This vacuum is essentially the Air Cordless 3.0 Upright but in a hybrid lift-off form.