When it comes to vacuums, we are interested in the ones that have the capability to clean up pet hair.
We’ve listed some of the main features of each vacuum, and considered which one might be better to get.
The information should help you decide whether you want to look further into them or not.
Let’s take a better look at them.
(NOTE: this is a general information guide only, and is not professional advice, or a substitute for professional advice. A qualified vet or animal expert is the only person qualified to give you expert advice in regards to your pet/s)
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Shark Navigator vs BISSELL Cleanview vs HOOVER WindTunnel vs Dyson Ball Animal 2
If you prefer, you can go straight to viewing these vacs here:
- Shark Navigator Lift Away Deluxe (NV360) (on Amazon)
- Shark Navigator Lift Away Professional (NV356) (on Amazon)
- Shark Navigator Lift Away (NV352) (on Amazon)
- Shark Navigator Lift Away Speed (ZU561) (on Amazon)
*With the Shark Navigators – we categorize and break them down by both range and models.
*With the BISSELL Cleanview – we are referring to the BISSELL Cleanview Swivel Pet Upright Bagless Vacuum Cleaner, 2252.
*With the HOOVER WindTunnel – we are referring to the WindTunnel 3 model.
Shark Navigator vs BISSELL Cleanview vs HOOVER WindTunnel vs Dyson Ball Animal 2: Main Differences, & Which To Get?
Each of these vacuum ranges and models are upright, corded vacuums.
But, each model and range from each brand also offers something slightly different (which you can see by looking at the list of features).
Our pick for the best vacuums across different categories would be:
– Affordable vacuum option
We like the BISSELL Cleanview Pet Swivel as an affordable vacuum option.
It has all the basic features you’d need, and can do both floor surface cleaning, and above floor surface level cleaning.
– Mid to high tier vacuum option
We like the Shark Navigator Professional and Deluxe models as mid to high tier vacuum options.
They’re lightweight, but have good suction, brush roll on and off control, and have Lift Away capability.
– High tier vacuum option
We like the Dyson Ball Animal 2 as a high tier/high performance vacuum.
It’s designed for some of the strongest suction of any vacuum on the market, has floor surface and above floor surface level cleaning capability, and is also designed to deal with pet hair.
Shark Navigator vs BISSELL Cleanview vs HOOVER WindTunnel vs Dyson Ball Animal 2: Main Features
There’s several different variations of the Navigator range. You can read comparison guides of each here:
BISSELL Cleanview Swivel Pet Upright Bagless Vacuum Cleaner, 2252
An upright, corded vacuum
Is affordably priced
Can clean carpets, hard floors, and above floor level with hose and cleaning tools
Is a one speed vacuum
Has a triple action BrushRoll – good for picking up pet hair
Has ScatterFree technology – easier cleaning of hard floor
Has Swivel Steering for better movement whilst vacuuming
Has a cleaning path width of 13.5 inches
Has a dirt cup capacity of 1 liter
Has a washable filter
Electrical cord length is 27 feet
Vacuum weighs roughly 17-18 lbs
Comes with pet hair cleaning tools, that can be used with a 6 foot cleaning hose for above floor level cleaning
Motor is 8 Amps
Has a 3 year limited warranty
Does not have an anti allergen seal, or automatic cord rewind feature
Dyson Ball Animal 2
*Note that things such as the warranty length, cleaning accessory inclusions, and features can change over time. Check them before you purchase.
Best Vacuums For Pets
You can read about a list of the top rated vacuums for pets in this guide.
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