Shark Vacuum Cleaners

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Shark vacuum cleaners are made by a company called Euro-Pro. Euro-Pro itself manufacturers many different appliances and used to manufacture its own line of vacuum cleaners, but now it sells them under the Shark vacuum cleaner brand. What follows is a quick summary of the vacuum cleaners by Shark.

Some know Euro-Pro vacuum cleaners from the many 'infomercials' on TV. Whilst 'infomercials' can engender a somewhat down-market image on the products they promote, it would be a mistake to think that a Shark vacuum cleaner is a second-rate product. Shark vacuums are sold in many respectable retailers such as Sears; these retailers have a reputation to protect and will only sell products they believe will not tarnish their name. Finally, for those who use the web, Shark vacuum cleaners can be bought online very easily. Many retailers now use the web to sell their products and one big advantage about buying a Shark vacuum cleaner is just how many retailers sell Euro-Pro vacuums at very competitive prices. Spare parts are also easy to come by on the internet.

Of the many consumers who have bought and used a Shark vacuum cleaner, the vast majority will attest to the suction power of these vacuums. Many Shark vacuum cleaners come with HEPA filters that are washable and some vacuums come as specialist pet-hair removers. Shark also makes bagless and cyclonic vacuum cleaners.

You can buy uprights, canisters, industrial and hand-held vacuum cleaners from Shark.

Shark vacuum cleaners tend to be cheaper than equivalent machines with other brands, so they can be a good choice for those wanting to save money.

However, there have been some complaints about the Shark vacuum cleaner. Many consumer reviews have slated the canister vacuums from Shark; their uprights receive better reviews. The bagless units seem to have smaller dust cups than other brands; anyone who's used a bagless vacuum know what a drag it is to empty the dust cup. There have been reports of over-heating. Some models of Shark Vacuums tend to clog rather easily. However, the most serious complaint has been about customer service; either from the retailer or the company itself. It's very hard to verify if this complaint is justified. People complain about a lack of service even when a retailer appears to be bending over backwards to find a solution to the problem.

Shark vacuum cleaners are a good buy if you're looking for a cheaper vacuum that has suction power comparable to other, more expensive, brands. But, because you're paying less, you should expect the appliance to have fewer features and attachments. When you buy a Shark vacuum cleaner you're getting a good vacuum cleaner at a fair price, if you want the best, then you should probably look at buying another brand.
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This article was published on 2010/01/28