The Shark Rocket Pro Cordless Stick Vacuum combines powerful suction and a self-cleaning brushroll with Dirt Engage to deliver unbeatable cleaning on hard floors and carpets vs. all Shark cordless vacuums with no hair wrap. Its ultra-lightweight design and removable hand vacuum add to its cordless convenience for floor-to-ceiling cleaning while the XL dust cup features CleanTouch technology for hands-off debris disposal.
I’ve been using this about 3 weeks and I’m just not thrilled with the power.
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This is my second Shark battery stick vacuum. So far no complaints. My first vacuum was the Shark Ion F80 Multiflex (duo clean), which I also liked, but then I started seeing the commercials for the self cleaning roller. What I found was that you couldn't get the duo clean rollers with a self cleaning brush unless you went with a plug in model. So I went with this model, which isn't a duo clean (two rollers), but the single roller works just fine. This one also doesn't have a battery that you can swap quickly, so you are limited to the one battery. So far this isn't a problem for me - I don't vacuum long enough in one session to need two batteries. You can replace this battery if necessary, but it requires some simple disassembly with a screwdriver. In some ways I prefer this over the more expensive Ion F80 Multiflex. Reasons: - This one is lighter - The vacuum detaches from the wand much easier - The self cleaning roller works. If anyone is wondering the attachments are not compatible between the Ion F80 Multiflex and this one - I wish they were. This one is also multiflex which makes it easy to vacuum under furniture.
We bought this vacuum for our newly finished basement with LVP flooring and a few area rugs. For the most part it works well, but I am a little disappointed in the sucking power. There is a boost trigger to boost the power but it drains the battery. Good design concept but it proves the point that sucking power is a problem. To be fair to Shark, all cordless vacuums struggle on this area.