Take A Guess, Can A Shark Navigator Beat A Shark Rotator?
Think about it, vacuum cleaners are one of the most essential and effective home or office devices that you can ever own. Cleanliness is a must and they are the agents created to ensure just that. So, it’s only normal to shop for a vacuum cleaner amongst the myriad of different ones out there. In light of that, what is the selection process you have to pass any product that catches your fancy through? Alternatively, we mean, what are the areas that the following products comfortably passed to be able to make recommendations on their behalf.
Additionally, the products, namely the Shark Rotator (NV752) and Shark Navigator (NV370)—are made from the same manufacturer which is an incentive to pick either one. So, if you’re interested, go through the following to make a choice on which one you prefer.
For a product that needs to be moved around for proper work or better yet, cleaning, to be done, portability/mobility is a feature every vacuum cleaner should have. It’s not until you have a bulky and hard to move device that promises borderline miraculous results that you can enjoy the benefits of a vacuum cleaner.
In that regard, the Shark Rotator (NV752) and Shark Navigator (NV370) are exceptional performers in the area, portability. Both of them can easily be engaged in different scenarios and rooms due to their sleek designs. Furthermore, their designs do not sacrifice their respective overall usefulness. Essentially, you’re well covered on the part of portability and functionality. Regardless, the Shark Navigator offers better maneuverability due to its lightness when compared to the Rotator.
Ease of Use of the Products
Ease of use of a product ultimately results in comfortability and then, excellent user experience. For instance, both of the vacuum cleaners feature powerful suction that easily absorbs dirt, dust, and other such items. This helps reduce the amount of time you use the product, unlike others where you’ll have to repeat the same motion just to clean a single spot.
When you just seamlessly move from one location to another, cleaning dirt and even pet fur, the experience is definitely bound to be good. Especially when you couple the illumination offered by the Shark Rotator (not possessed by the Navigator) during use.
Add this to the weight of the materials used and the features of the vacuum sealers, and they’re one of the best deals currently available for you to invest in. In other words, the materials used in the construction of these aesthetically appealing cleaners are lightweight and thus, easy to carry around. This is as opposed to bulky and heavy vacuum cleaners that are tedious to carry around. In fact, operating such vacuum cleaners will be stressful regardless of any its supposed portability. On the other hand, the features of the vacuum cleaners are useful. Examples are the lift-away canisters and the easily detached dust container that can respectively be used to clean hard to reach places and effortlessly emptied.
The Physical Appeal
From the design to the feel and reliability of the buttons, both the NV752 and NV370 are aesthetically pleasing. The manufacturer spared no room for errors and made products that are compact and eye-pleasing yet, functional in all the required areas. Couple that with the transparent designs and the fact that they come in a variety of colours, and as “Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder” is the saying, these products should definitely please any eye/beholder that catches their fancy.
Price of the Products
Their prices aren’t that high for a vacuum cleaner, though they’re starkly different as well. Meaning, the Shark Rotator is more expensive than the Shark Navigator which, in other words, makes the Navigator budget-friendly. Nonetheless, if price is not an issue, both of them are excellent performers in which either can be chosen with nil regrets.
Attachments and Accessories
These are the parts that make cleaning easier than it already is (at least when it concerns these two vacuum cleaners). Always, there will be spots and areas where a certain amount of finesse is required to clean and the items that offer this are the attachments/accessories. Both the Shark Rotator and Shark Navigator feature HEPA filters and swivel steering. For the former, it’s extremely easy to deep clean certain items (that dirt packed rug for example) in the house since the product forces air through it to clean out the pollen, dust mites, pet dander, etcetera. The latter on the other hand aids maneuverability (also portability), and thus, ease of use in tight corners.
The swivel steering makes cleaning particular places (hard-to-clean) hassle-free. Additionally, the vacuum cleaners have hard floor technology and washable microfiber pads (for smoother polishing). Both of these things together make easy—cleaning bare floors without any stress.
The main technology of note in any device is its primary function, which in this case is the suction capabilities of a vacuum cleaner. Both the Navigator and Rotator have powerful suction capabilities that cut short cleaning time. The two of them are further complemented by the 30-feet long power cords that ensure you continually use the products’ suction capabilities. With that point made, comparing the suction power of both of the vacuum sealers is a bit ineffective due to the similarities in power output and their different prices (the slightly more powerful cleaner is more expensive).
Considering the prices, attachment, portability, etcetera, the Shark Rotator (NV752) and Shark Navigator (NV370) are two of the best vacuum cleaners that can be bought. With that said, you might be wondering about the best one you can choose. And in regards to that, there’s no best especially when you consider that the Shark Rotator has only one concrete advantage ahead of the Shark Navigator which is the illumination it offers. Alternatively, the Navigator’s only counter to the advantage of the Shark Rotator is the budget-friendly price.
The only factors that there hence affect your choice, is the physical design, price, and perhaps, the technology used. So, either of the two vacuum cleaners is good and you could very well give one a buy. Essentially, a Navigator can’t beat a Rotator and vice-versa due to their advantages.