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    Default Dyson or Shark navigator?

    We're trying to decide on a new vacume cleaner.
    I want a dyson multifloor, and DP wants a shark naivgator lol.

    Any reviews on either?

    We have wooden floor boards.

    Thank you

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    Dyson fan here

    They're powerful and the stuff it lifts out of our near new carpet is alarming!

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    Mum got the shark for Christmas and step dad is a professional cleaner. He would use it over his big industrial one if there wasn't so much chipboard and stuff where he works. They used the big industrial one and then the shark over the top and it filled halfway with dust, just in the lounge room!

    It's also very light weight and interchangeable nozzles make it so easy to use and it can get anywhere you need it to I'd recommend it any day but I don't have any experience with the dyson.

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    Enjo floor care kit, what 1/3 the price of a dyson (no idea how much the shark thing is) and it doesn't need recharging plus you wont scratch your floorboards. Oh and you cover 3 times more floor in the same movement.

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    Is the shark that purple vacuum at big w?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mopoke View Post
    Is the shark that purple vacuum at big w?
    yep

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    I was choosing between the 2 at the end of last year, I ended up getting a dyson as it just seems a lot more sturdy and does have a good name and I had heard nothing about the shark except from those ads on TV which I'm always reluctant to believe haha! It was a wedding gift from my mum so money wasn't an issue however if it was I may have actually tried the shark and looked into it properly.
    My post doesn't really help at all haha as I don't know much about the shark just that it looks a lot more flimsy than the dyson and I wanted one that would last for ages!

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    We have had an upright Dyson ball vacuum for about 4 years. Out of all the products you purchase for a home, I could not more highly recommend them! We have four pets that are in & out of the house, the Dyson munches through the excess hair quickly & easily! Love it

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    Get the Dyson, I have the smaller one, can't remember the exact name but it currently on sae at Target for $400, and in my place it does tiles, carpet and lino. I love it and honestly would still have the same one, even if I had an enormous house.

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    I have a shark and love it! My sister has a dyson and I would pick the shark over the dyson any day


 

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