Shark Rotator Upright Vacuum Reduced by 42% For A Limited Time

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The same company who brings you remarkable quality in blenders does the same with vacuum cleaners. In case you aren’t aware, the company in question is Shark/Ninja. Their products are fantastic! This year, they have teamed up with Amazon during Prime Day week to bring you tremendous savings on some of their best-selling products. For example, The Shark Rotator Professional Upright Corded Bagless Vacuum is 42% off right now. It retails for $299.99, but you can purchase today for only $173.31! The Shark Rotator works great on hard floors as well as carpets. Plus, there is a lift-away hand vacuum for smaller messes. It is also equipped with a special allergy protection feature, including an anti-allergen seal and a HEPA filter which traps 99% of all dust and allergens it encounters and keeps them inside the machine.  Additionally, the product includes a premium pet power brush to collect hair.

 The Shark Rotator measures 45.7 X 12 X 12.2 inches and weighs 15.5 pounds. It uses 1200 wattage and 10 amps and comes with a 25-foot cord. The hose is 8.4 feet long and there are LED lights on the floor nozzle to illuminate dark crevices.  It also includes a n extra-large dust cup for extended cleaning without interruption. This popular best-selling vacuum has advanced swivel steering and excellent control for maneuvering around furniture. Reviewed by 4,858 Amazon customers, this item maintains a 4.4-star rating. Recent reviews include “best vacuum I’ve purchased,” “effective, easy to take apart and clean, and intuitive to use.”  One customer even said, “Shark is great! It is less than Dyson with the same quality.”

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Anne Kocsis