This review is from: Shark Navigator Lift-Away Professional Vacuum - Model NV356 (Kitchen)
The Shark Navigators design had defeated the purpose of what a vacuum is supose to do what it is for and that is to vacuum dust and dirt high and low from the floor to your shelves, tv and cabinets.
This is why...When my wife came home with the Shark Navigator, my first thought was it's just another upright vacuum cleaner.
As I started to read the directions and started to put the Navigator together I notice the really bad idea the engineer had added to the design
And ever since then every time I use or put the Navigator to use I just want to shut it down.
First of all we all want a good vacuum cleaner yes, and not have dust blowing everywhere but you have to understand that is what the Shark
Vacuum does everytime you plug the damn thing in and start it up. First of all you're facing ahead pushing forward pushing and pulling your vacuum
back and forth and hoping that the dust will be kept in the vacuum and the filtration will work as the product clams but what's the use of claiming all of that
when you design a vacuum that have the exhaust in the Front of the SHARK NAVIGATOR, Facing the dusty area you are trying to vacuum.
All you are doing is Blowing the dusty area that you are trying to vacumm everywhere and when you start sneezing and seeing dust you'll know
Damn what are you really doing? You're just Blowing Dust everywhere, it's gonna go everywhere because you have to understand the Damn vacuum
Exhaust is totally in the front sorta like where the dust and dirt is in the front and now you're moviing the lose dust flying around the room.
Don't believe it, test it the next time you vacuum with the Shark Navigator, but you have to not lie to yourself, you must be Honest.
Put you hand in front of the Exhaust and feel the pressure, well that is how fast and strong your dust will push and fly around before you even
pick up any dust and dirt particles. You ever notice even the poorest vacuum cleaner they add or put the exhaust blower in the rear or the back of the vacuum
just for that fact so it does not blow dirt and dust before being picked up by the vacuum, but in the Navigator's case they reversed their design and it's a bad flaw of a design
and they went with it as though people are just damn tadpoles and dumb that we just will never notice the flaw, especially dust on the higher and upper levels such as shelves or even
bags boxes that have dust on them as you lower the arm and the Exhaust shoots upwards that dust will be flying around like a hurrican been there.
One test go into an empty room put Dust on the floor and on higher levels have the Navigator a distance away but in front of the dust start the Shark Navigator up and start moving forward
as you get closer watch the dust push forward and fly around you and the room. So what is the product really used for?
Yes I like the design but not have the Exhaust in the front of the machine. Even a damn car never has the exhaust in the front end of a car.
unless you want exhaust fumes blowing back into the car.
For all those that claim they love the vaccum well you better ask yourself did you really clean your house that day or are there dust somewhere else and perhaps on your dinner table on your food on your bed.
Sorry this is only my opinion. I give it a very poor mark 1 star, only because the engineer is a damn tadpole.
Plus I never like vacuums that cannot clean under the bed and the attachments are too short for cleaning jobs under the bed and of course the exaust blowing the dust again.
Hey think what you may but I'm just being an honest consumer and we have the damn product.