Shark Navigator Professional NV70 Upright Vacuum – Bagless – HEPA
- Anti allergen complete seal technology a hepa filter; Traps 99.9 percent of dust and allergens inside the vacuum
- Extra large capacity, easy to empty dust cup; Extended cleaning without interruption
- Powerful and lightweight; Portable and versatile at only 15.2 pounds
- Swivel steering; Excellent control for maneuvering around furniture; The XL capacity, easy to empty dust cup provides extended cleaning without interruption
- Brushroll shutoff; Deep carpet and gentle bare floor cleaning; The power cord is 25 feet long
A powerful, lightweight XL-capacity upright with swivel steering for excellent control when maneuvering around furniture.
It has a completely sealed system with a Hepa filter to trap dust and allergens inside the vacuum.
The extra-long wand and hose provide extended reach for versatile above-floor cleaning.
Product Features: Traps 99.9% of dust and allergens inside the vacuum Extended cleaning without interruption Portable and versatile at only 15.2 pounds Excellent control for maneuvering around furniture.
Deep carpet and gentle bare floor cleaning.
Dimensions: 11.4 x 12.2 x 45.5 inches.
Weight: 15.2 pounds.
Wattage: 1200 watts.
Specification: Shark Navigator Professional NV70 Upright Vacuum – Bagless – HEPA
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Rachel Myers –
I was afraid to to get this after my mom’s review. Her Shark has a couple quirks that drive her crazy. She complained that hair gets wrapped up to easily in her brushes, it loses suction too quickly if you don’t clean the filter frequently, and the tools don’t turn for different angles. Mine picks up hair without getting caught in the brush at all, I don’t mind cleaning the filter weekly as suggested in the manual, and my brush attachment DOES swivel!Here’s my pros and cons because those are always helpful in the reviews.Pros:The suction is so strong that the brush almost makes it drive itself.But-You can also adjust the suction and vacuum right over a small rug without it being eaten upIt’s awesome on hard floors, too. You just flip the power switch to the middle position and you can ride right on to the next floor.Previous vacuums I’ve owned, used to spit the dirt out of the back when vacuuming hard floors, but this just sucks it right up. I credit the incredible suction for this.Let’s talk about the attachments for a second… I prefer a longer crevice tool, but this one works just fine and because of the vent holes near the base of it, you don’t have to worry about blowing up your vacuum when you shove it down better the curtains.The brush tool is super awesome. It turns around for different angles making it easy to sweep different areas. For example, under my counter and vanity, by the kick boards, there’s an area that seems to collect webs and hair pretty frequently, but this moveable tool makes it easy to get up under there without haven’t to be on my hands and knees and upside down.Now, the Upholstery tool! Oh. My. God! So, you know those lint brushes that are red and pick up everything on your coat or black dress pants? The upholstery tool has little strips of those on both sides! Not just that, but again, you can adjust the suction to sweep more delicate areas. We don’t have mini blinds, we have bamboo shades that are pretty delicate and a brush tool just doesn’t cut it. On the “less suction” setting, it’s the perfect tool. On the full suction setting, it’s the perfect step tool. I have previously had the pet attachments with the rolling brush and I loved them for doing the carpeted stairs, but this upholstery tool is all I’ll ever need.The flex hose is long enough for anything I would use it for. I can reach right up to my ceiling with no problem.The machine isn’t too heavy or hard to push.It’s easy to empty the canister, but because of the static, I like to wipe it with a dryer sheet.Now, some cons. If you can even really call them that. I think it’s just more me being picky.There’s no place for the upholstery tool to ride on the machine. Once the cord is wrapped up I just wedge the tool in there for storage.Which brings me to my next con… I miss the automatic rewind feature of my previous vacuum. Not that it takes a long time to wind it, it was just one less thing for me to do.Ok, one last complaint, if I’m really thinking about it. It’s also about the power cord. If it was 2 feet longer, I could reach more rooms without having to change plugs.Seriously, that’s it. With three kids, it’s important for me to have a good vacuum that does a lot and this one doesn’t disappoint. I would recommend it to everyone. Well worth the money. Even if something should happen to the one I have, I’d buy this again in a heartbeat. Thank you, Shark, for making my life a little easier.
Mrs. Robinson –
I wouldn’t really recommend this vacuum. As far as performance goes, it’s fine. I was trying to solve some issues that I had with my previous vacuums (Bissels), but this vac has different problems.The good:1) My Bissells were too heavy and hard to maneuver, especially on my thick carpet. The Shark Navigator is much lighter and easier to steer because of the swivel function. It seems to pick up as much debris and dust as my previous vacs.2) The hose has excellent suction, best I have seen.The bad: These are issues that I didn’t consider until I realized they were deficient in the Shark Navigator.1) Edge cleaning. I have small children. They leave a trail of crumbs, paper sniplets, and beads in their wake. Running the vacuum along a wall or next to furniture (couch) leaves a trail of debris next to the wall. The Bissells I have had before, cleaned all of that and didn’t leave anything visible on the edges, so I didn’t even use the hose/crevice tool edge cleaner every time I vacuumed. Now, with the Shark, it’s absolutely necessary. Which brings me to my next point:2) The hose. The hose is very long and extendable. HOWEVER, the rigid part is less than 2 feet long, and not extendable. So you have to bend over to run the crevice tool along the edges where the wall and floor meet, which as stated before, you have to do EVERY TIME! You can’t reach the hose up to the fan or corners of your ceiling to get cobwebs, you have to drag a stool around the house. When I vacuum, it’s usually a rush job and I don’t have time for all this extra work and prep! It doesn’t seem like much but it adds up. And another thing that slows me down:3) The cord. I don’t know the exact stats of the cord, but it is SHORT. By far the shortest cord of any vacuum I have owned. I can’t do my whole living room or bedroom without moving to a different outlet. I have to move several times to do the whole house. Again, a time waster when I”m trying to squeeze in a 10-minute vacuum.I wouldn’t but this particular vacuum again. Too many negatives, even though it solved the problems I have had with previous vacuums.
I’m very impressed. After Dyson and Hoover, this is the best of the 3 machines I’ve owned. After my 14×12 bedroom was vacuumed by a housekeeper with whatever she was using, then me with the Hoover…this thing pulled quite a bit of yuck out of the carpet. (See photos) The house is vacant and being sold, so no people or pets have been in the room since the other two times it was vacuumed. I took this one over there for a final cleaning before closing day. Not only that, but it weighs less and is much quieter than the others. The long reach hose is very convenient, and it really pulls pet hair and cat litter out of the carpets. Easy to use on hard floors too with the brushroll off feature, and seems a lot more solidly built than the Hoover React it replaced…which broke after two months and Hoover wouldn’t honor the warranty. Also was $50 less than the Hoover. Great product!
Christi House –
Vacuums come to my home to die. Seriously; we have to buy a new one every year! Typically within the first 3 few months, they start breaking down. I’ve had mine for a few months now and I am happy to report that this vacuum is the very first of MANY vacuums to last this long in my large home. We are a family of 7; along with 2 dogs and 2 cats. 11 rooms in my home with either rugs or carpet and half are hardwood floors; I can use this vacuum on both surfaces. We live in the country with lots of dirt and dust….this vacuum hasn’t lost its suction yet and works just as well as it did the first time I used it. I vacuum 1-2 times a week! I clean it out after every 3-4 rooms (typically twice overall each time I use it.) I will note the only “problem” that I have had is that about a week ago (after 25 plus uses), I had to cut hair off of the roller as it was getting caught and wrapping around the roller; after that, I decided to clean the filter, and clean out the hoses really well; and I have used it 4 times since then and have had no other issues.
Lyn Fabiani –
This vacuum is very lightweight and very powerful. I was extremely impressed with the way it cleaned the very first time I used it. So far very happy with my purchase
I use it for carpets and tile floor it picks up everything and deep cleans carpets getting all dirt out.