And if you’re curious how powerful the suction actually is, Shark promises deep cleaning power that picks up everything from larger debris to dust and hair.
Compatible with hardwood floors, tile, carpet and rugs, this programmable vacuum offers row-by-row cleaning and a multi-surface brush roll that won’t catch or tangle hair. The vacuum cleaner will automatically return to the charging station when it needs to be charged and, after charging, will continue cleaning from where it last stopped. The Shark IQ is also compatible with Alexa, Google Assistant and the Shark app, which allows you to create a map of your home and easily schedule vacuuming times and customize cleanings.
If you’re not quite convinced that a $300 discount is enough reason to buy now, read on for some promising reviews from lucky Shark robot vacuum owners.
Promising Amazon reviews:
“This thing is worth every penny! My floors throughout my house are luxury vinyl planks, so I can’t comment on how it would perform on carpet, but it does exactly what it’s supposed to do on hard floors. But there is much more behind it! My household consists of my two teenage daughters and myself. Women usually lose a lot of hair – we’re no exception. We also have a pet dog who is short haired but also sheds like crazy. I’ve had this vacuum for three months now and it picks up hair, dirt, glitter and everything just like a vacuum should. Second, I only had to remove the brush 3 times to get rid of something that had bound it and even then it wound up at the very end of the roller and just pulled off the end like a little cap…no cutting and unwinding like all other vacuum rollers, I’ve ever wrestled with.” — Rocky Stillwell (This review has been edited for length. Read the full review.)
“This vacuum is great if you have back problems. You don’t have to go all the way to the ground to empty the canister. There is a button at the top of the handle that separates it from the base of the docking station, making it much easier to deflate than having to bend all the way over to pick up the robotic unit. I’ve only had my robot for a day, but it’s already got to know my 1,000 square meter space on the ground floor. It finds its docking station very easily and only got stuck twice because I underestimated its toughness and it crossed a threshold I thought would stop it. The robot easily overcomes thresholds, from carpet to tile and back. It’s a little louder on the tile than on the carpet, but it’s MUCH quieter than a regular handheld vacuum no matter what surface it’s on.” — smartass (This review has been edited for length. Read the full review.)
“I bought this vacuum cleaner [in] November 2022 and so far I’m really loving it. We have a few (six) pets who all pass out and our house has tile and hardwood floors. The vacuum cleaner itself is a little warrior and does a really good job keeping pet hair and desert dust under control. I run it every other day and forget about it until I occasionally turn off the dust bin on the docking station. The trash can is a testament to how much work this thing puts in and I’m always amazed. I have to say that it has minor flaws that I think every vacuum cleaner of this type has, e.g. B. that it doesn’t get into every nook and cranny, no matter how small, but overall I can’t complain about the suction power. The floors will definitely be cleaned up. It’s a bit noisy, but not loud or annoying. The app and house mapping seem super easy to use and straightforward. It saves me so much time and I really think the performance is worth the money. I would say that we use it extensively and haven’t had any problems so far. Honest, [I] Encourage you to buy it if you think about it.” — amanda