Bottom Line: The Shark Vacuums when compared to Dyson does not cost over $600. You will pay 1/3 less the cost to purchase a Shark Vacuum vs. a Dyson model.
Shark Navigator Vacuums all contain the no loss of suction, sealed system and they are quite easy to steer just like the old Dyson, but the new Dyson Animal DC41 is quite comparable to the Shark Rotator Navigator Lift-Away vacuum with some distinguishing features.
Testing has proven that the new Shark Rotator NV500 deep cleans better than the $600 Dyson DC41.(ASTM F-608-11 embedded dirt removal test of shark NV500 v. Dyson DC41)
Most vacuums from the minute you turn them on begin to clog and lose suction. Plus they are so heavy and hard to steer. Dyson solved those problems with their no loss of suction and steering technology. But those solutions cost nearly $600.00.
Compare the Dyson to the Shark Rotator Lift Away:
- Both give you a system that is completely sealed.
- Both provide powerful pet hair cleanup
- Plus their no loss of suction technology and
- Swivel steering
But the new Shark Rotator Lift-Away gives you so much more .
The new Rotator power head with enhanced easy to maneuver swivel steering has patented technology that deep cleans carpets even better than Dyson’s newest vacuum, the Animal DC41. Studies have proven this~
Why spend $600 on a Dyson when the Shark Rotator provides more versatility, for less than $200!
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