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Shark NV105 Navigator Light Upright Vacuum Cleaner (Refurbished)

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Does anyone know how much power the NV105 uses? i live in an old house and the last vacuum i used gave me issues with the amount of power it was using and the i used to have to reset the circuit breaker regularly, trying to figure out if this would cause the same issue.
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I had one of the previous models, though i can't remember offhand what the model was, I must say boy did it really suckLMAOLMAO (i know..... bad joke) my 8-year-old was vacuuming and he was doing a great job until he got down on the floor and managed to get his hair stuck in it......
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Shark vacuums are one of the best, I have one for about 8 years, we bought it refurbished for $60 we abused it so much, we even pressure washed it a few times, it still worked.
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Apparently we need a vacuum with an attachment that can get to cobwebs on the ceiling. I see photos of ppl cleaning furniture with a hose, but it's unclear if this vacuum has Long enough attachment to get to the ceiling.. is anyone here familiar with this model?
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I found it very funny and also satisfying to know just how well it sucks.
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Any comments on how well these work on hard floors?
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Shark vacuums are crap. We've had 3 over the years and each one lasted 1-2 years max. Finally learned our lesson and got a Miele. You've been warned 😉
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any thoughts on the stick vacume for a apartment with hardwood floors, but small carpet spaces (like kitchen and entry way)?
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I've had a Shark Navigator Lift-Away vac for almost 9 years and it has never failed. Still does a fantastic job and the only maintenance I've done is changing the hepa filter at the 5 year mark. I'd say it's about %90 as good as my sister's Dyson for about half the cost. Her Dyson had better suction but broke down sooner. Very happy with my Shark.
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I'v heard good things about this brand, and on the fence of getting one. I have most carpet and small area of hard wood floor, then consider something has good suction. What the most popular model of shark for the money? Please
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Does anyone know how much power the NV105 uses? i live in an old house and the last vacuum i used gave me issues with the amount of power it was using and the i used to have to reset the circuit breaker regularly, trying to figure out if this would cause the same issue.
They use pretty powerful motors. My 1970s house lights dim when I run these. My Dyson would do the same. Anything less powerful would leave some less desirable results in terms of cleaning power. I would really inspect your wiring and consider upgrading as it may pose as a potential fire hazard.
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I still own an Infinity vacuum (pre-Shark) that to this day outperforms my Dyson DC41. I keep one of them upstairs and one downstairs and lately have been carrying the Infinity around to do a better job. Should I be concerned about a refurb?
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