Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Brylane Home- Vacuum

I have worked with Brylane Home many times in the past and love that company.

When I was given the opportunity to review a vacuum from them I was super happy. My previous vacuum had been having numerous problems and wasn't picking up very well. It was time for a new one.

I received the Shark Navigator Vacuum to review. 
Unassembled  vacuum and pieces


The vacuum came with the handle part and brushes unassembled. It was quick and easy to put the pieces together and have the vacuum ready to clean.

The vacuum is lightweight at only 15 lbs., In fact, my husband picked it up and used it to vacuum our bed that my son had an accident on.

One thing that I really like about this vacuum is that it has lifetime filters and belts that never need replacing. This is nice since my old vacuum we were having a hard time finding the replacement filters.

The power switch has 3 modes. Off, Bare floors, and brush roll on. This allows you to clean different floor types with ease.

Features include:
• a powerful 2-motor system
• powered by Infinity Technology and 21 cyclones that never clog
• weighs only 15-lbs.
• easy to maneuver
• powerful pet hair removal
• easy to maintain
• bagless design
• ideal for picking up pet hair
• cleans deep carpets and wood floors
• dimensions: 47"H x 11¼"W x 12"D
• 1200W
• ETL Listed

It comes with a 30 foot power cord and 12 foot stretch hose which makes cleaning multiple rooms a breeze.

The width of the vacuum is a little smaller than our previous vacuum. This is both a negative and a positive. The negative of it being smaller is that it takes a little more time to finish vacuuming the floors. The positive is that it is easier to maneuver in smaller spaces.

This vacuum is designed so that it will never lose suction. The dust cup is quick and easy to clean too.  I love how well the vacuum brush picks up hair.

Overall this vacuum does an excellent job.

Be sure to check out Brylane Home for all your home needs.

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