The Shark Navigator Lift Away and the Shark Rotator offer great benefits at reasonable prices, reports BestVacuumInfo.com
Charlotte, NC -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/11/2014 -- Best Vacuum Info, the vacuum cleaner review site, has announced the arrival of two new reviews: One for the Shark Navigator Lift Away, and another for the Shark Rotator Vacuum. These reviews join its already plentiful body of vacuum cleaner reviews and information.
"The Shark Navigator Lift Away is a mid-priced model with a good amount of features," said Barbara Seaman, a representative for Best Vacuum Info. "Even though it isn't self-propelled, it's light enough that pushing it won't be a bother for most people. Even better, it has many aspects that used to be found only on high-end vacuums. Cyclonic technology, a standard HEPA filter, swivel steering, and an attached cleaning wand are some of the most notable of these features."
According to the review, which can be found at http://bestvacuuminfo.com/shark-navigator-lift-away/, the Shark Navigator Lift Away is very easy to use. Its dust container is huge compared to those of similar models, which makes it so that users don't have to spend as much time emptying the bin. When it is time to empty it, doing so requires no more than opening two latches. Once the container has been brought over a suitable trash can, pushing a button is all it takes to dump the dirt. The filtration system is another point worth keeping in mind. A set of three washable filters provides foam, felt, and finally, HEPA filtration.
"The other vacuum we've reviewed this month is the Shark Rotator," Seaman said. "Its full name is the Shark Rotator Pro Lift Away, and it offers several features that aren't found in the Navigator version. One of the most notable is its ability to be used as three kinds of vacuum: An upright, a canister, and a portable vac. These things make it somewhat top heavy, but its powerful motor and swivel steering offset that minor negative."
Like most uprights, it comes with a beater brush for getting dirt out of the deeper parts of a carpet's fibers. What makes it a bit unique is the ability to turn off the brush so that it will work well on hardwood floors and tile. The brush also stops when the vacuum is put in the fully-upright position, which makes it possible to rest without feeling like the brush is going to dig a hole into the carpet. This also makes it quieter when it's at rest. More information on this vacuum can be found at www.bestvacuuminfo.com/shark-rotator-vacuum/.
"Another important benefit of the Shark Rotator is the fact that comes with plenty of accessories. This means it takes a bit more room to store, but it's well worth it considering the versatility these attachments provide," said Seaman. "These and other factors make Rotator models good deals at $200-$300."
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