I finally purchased a Shark “Rotator Lift Away Professional” vacuum cleaner. Would you like to know what I think of this lightweight, inexpensive, and much-touted appliance? Here goes:
I think the Shark Rotator Lift Away REALLY SUCKS.
It really sucks up the dust from my 200-year-old hardwood floors.
It sucks up the embedded pet hair on my staircase carpeting.
It sucks up the invisible-to-the-naked-eye lint and debris on my antique rugs.
Shark’s suction is INTENSE. In a nutshell, it swallows everything my Kenmore canister routinely left behind.
The aforementioned Kenmore was expensive to buy (about $400). Furthermore, it demanded monthly ransom payments for disposable bags.
Like myriad other vacuum cleaners on the market today, the Shark is a bag-less picker upper. Its removable dust bin is super easy to clean.
Is a Shark vacuum cleaner right for you? Check with your doctor. Side effects may include:
1) Smiling while effortlessly maneuvering the Shark around couches, tables, and chairs
2) Avoiding social obligations because you’d rather stay home and vacuum
3) Frequently pressing — without bending — the “lift away” button that permits the easy cleaning of staircases and other cumbersome spaces
I have not lived with my Shark long enough to evaluate it thoroughly. Still, I’ve employed it in almost every room of this monstrous house. It’s fun to watch the gadget greedily imbibe all of the crumbs, pet hair, and other flotsam that my hefty and pricey Kenmore merely pushed around like unappetizing food on a plate.
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In the comments field below, tell me about your own vacuum cleaner. Is it a Dyson? A Miele? Something else? And do you love the appliance — or loathe it?