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Shark Rocket Corded Hand Vac (HV292)
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- Portable and ultra-lightweight. Less than 4 pounds in total.
- TruePet Motorized Brush for handheld deep cleaning.
- Easy-to-empty dust cup. No bag needed and empties with the touch of a button.
- 15-foot-long power cord. You never have to recharge, while giving you freedom to clean the whole room.
- Never Loses Suction. Powerful cleaning from start to finish.
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From the manufacturer
TruePet Motorized Brush extracts dirt, dust, and allergens from deep inside upholstery
- Model: HV292
- Power: 400 Watts
- Surface Cleaning Types: Any Surface
- Swivel Steering: N/A
- Cord Length: 15 ft
- Product Weight: 3.7 lbs
- Filtration: Washable Filters
- Suction Control: No
Shark Rocket Corded Hand Vac (HV292)
This is the most powerful handheld that Never Loses Suction or Power. It's great for quick pick-ups and cleaning above floor surfaces, stairs and car interiors. Accessories include a crevice tool, dusting brush, TruePet Motorized Brush and a stretch hose. The long, 15 feet power cord provides great cleaning reach without worrying about batteries.
- Never Loses Suction or Power
- Powerful cleaning above floors, on stairs and in car interiors
- Easy to empty dust cup
- 15 foot power cord
TruePet Motorized Brush Accessory
This accessory picks up pet hair, loose debris and powerfully deep cleans surfaces. Great for stairs, car interiors and furniture.
Easy to Empty Dust Cup
Hold the dust cup over the trash and press the bottom door release button on the front to empty.
Zero maintenance costs. The filters are washable and reusable.
What's in the Box?
- 12” crevice tool
- Dusting brush
- TruePet Motorized Brush
- Extended-reach stretch hose
At less than 4 pounds, the Shark Rocket Hand Vac is ultra-lightweight and convenient for cleaning. It comes with the TruePet Motorized Brush for deep cleaning in the palm of your hand and an easy-to-empty dust cup. With a 15- foot-long power cord and Never Loses Suction technology, you can clean a whole room from start to finish without interruption.
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The hose is a nice addition, although for most tasks I use it for it is not needed. I just stick the tool directly onto the nozzle on the motor and it provides more stability when vacuuming stairs or a floor. I use the hose when I'm trying to get into crevices behind my fridge or other hard to reach areas. It's plenty flexible and can stretch out quite a bit. This comes with all the attachments you could need. I bought it because my main vac is a Shark Powerhead (awesome vacuum by the way) and it doesn't have any attachments. Needed something for my stairs and for quick clean ups. The cord is also plenty long for anything I would use it for. There is no cord management piece though, you just wrap it around the motor when you're done. Doesn't look as nice that way but that just doesn't matter to me. The noise is pretty standard, it was actually quieter than the Eureka so with that in mind I'd say the noise level is ideal for a vacuum. They're loud, that just how it is.
It really is worth the money. I tried to save a few bucks buying the Eureka, and I never should have wasted my time. I've owned two other Shark vacuums and they're fantastic so I should have just stuck with Shark from the beginning. Honestly it's not the most expensive option anyway...I researched quite a bit and found others that were 2x or 3x the price, which after having owned this I'd say is unnecessary. I love it!
The problem with the cordless vacuum is it is fairly weak and the charge doesn't last a long time and wife hates the weight of the upright vacuum. This Shark hand vacuum has both the power of upright(almost) and quick accessibility of a cordless vacuum. It came with a few attachments to fit different needs and fairly light for a quick vacuum. But if you are vacuuming a large area your hand will get tired. The attachments are interchangeable with the upright attachments which I like. I use the long extension cord for hard the reach area.
I use this hand vacuum on daily basis to clean around my bird cage and carpet around the cage to pick up feathers and any where I see a need of a quick vacuum. I have put away my upright and use it only for whole house cleaning.
This hand vacuum has 2 different filter pads to filter the air. Currently I am not sure if it is same pads for HV300 series.
Enter a few years ago, when we purchased our first home. It's a split-level, so now I have to deal with stairs every week while vacuuming. I also find myself vacuuming other floor surfaces more regularly (bathroom floors covered in hair, kitchen floor for dust/cat fur floating around), and lugging around that bonus canister vacuum has gotten really annoying. It's heavy, the cord doesn't stay looped around the back properly, and essentially it's too cumbersome to use on a regular basis, which leads to less cleaning, which leads to and even more annoying vacuuming task when I eventually do get around to doing it.
I researched hand vacuums for maybe a week, max. This one has excellent reviews for its suction and accessories, so once I'd had enough of the canister vacuum while on maternity leave (nothing like a crying baby and trying to clean your home to finally say "enough is enough, I'm spending the $ on a new vacuum!") I decided to take the plunge on this model.
Overall, it's lightweight and excellent at doing what it's intended to do: vacuum stuff up. I love that it doesn't have a bag that requires replacement. I'll admit it's a bit annoying to clean out, but it's either one or the other. I don't believe cleaning the filter monthly will be a hassle, either, and I'll likely take the opportunity to wipe out the dust bin, too. The cord is a bit weird to deal with, and slightly shorter than my canister vacuum's cord, but I put a nice cordkeeper around it and it works fine for doing the areas I need to do; I just need to move it around to different plugs a bit more often. This actually leads to slightly more thorough cleaning, since I move it around, clean some, move it again, clean more, etc.
I would highly recommend the purchase of this vacuum. Why only 4 stars? Because it needs better hand attachments. Good news: this is possible with an existing vacuum on which you like the attachments, plus a less than $10 adapter piece sold by nearly any 3rd party.
The long crevice tool is fine. The motorized pet brush is neat, but I find it nearly useless on my stairs or furniture because the thing is too wide and large. It also moves horizontally/vertically, and makes a super loud clicking noise when it's switching between positions, which was just annoying enough for me to not want to use it. I occasionally use it on my bathroom mats, and it helps pick up hair and dirt as advertised. My most used tool for cleaning stairs/furniture on my previous vacuum was the dust brush, but this one is just weird enough for me to not like it as much. The brush is on the outside of the front of the tool, so you have to hold it funny to pick anything up that well. I don't use it, to be honest.
Finally, the hand tool that's missing is a soft bristle brush for simple dusting of solid surfaces, like moldings, window frames, furniture, etc. The brush on the dust brush is WAY too hard, so it doesn't pick up dust on flat surfaces well, and the plastic will catch on anything you're not super careful about banging around on. I had this soft bristle brush on my previous vacuum and found I just couldn't live without it while vacuuming. I ended up purchasing a 3rd party vacuum attachment adapter that works like a dream...and I ignore basically all the attachments that came with this hand vac.
Tl;dr: buy this vacuum if you want something lightweight but powerful for vacuuming stairs or rooms around your house. When you buy it, also purchase an adapter so you can use any vacuum attachment you want with it, because the ones that come with it aren't great.