Shark UltraCyclone Pro vs Pet Pro Plus: Comparison

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When it comes to vacuums, we are interested in the ones that have the capability to clean up pet hair.

In this guide, we’ve compared the Shark UltraCyclone Pro vs Pet Pro Plus models.

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)

 

Shark UltraCyclone Pro vs Pet Pro Plus

If you prefer, you can go straight to viewing these vacs here:

 

Shark UltraCyclone Pro vs Pet Pro Plus: Main Differences, & Which To Get?

 

Overall

The Pet Pro + might be a better cordless hand vac if you want a detachable and self cleaning vacuum brush designed to deal with pet hair. 

If you don’t need that, the Pro might be a better model to look at.

Other than these UltraCyclone vacuums, it’s worth looking at the BISSELL Pet Hair Eraser Handheld model vacuums first – they are some of the top rated handheld vacuums on the market for pet hair and general cleaning.

 

Similarities

The main similarities between these vacuums are:

– they are both cordless, (lithium ion) battery operated, handheld, light weight vacuums

– they both use two ultra-powerful cyclonic air streams for incredible suction and long-lasting filter and motor life

– they both have a dust cup capacity of 0.45 quarts

– they both have a fabric filter

– they both have a 2 year limited warranty

 

Differences

The main differences are:

– The Pet Pro + has a self-cleaning and detachable Pet Power Brush/Brushroll to deal with pet hair

– The Pro is 2.2 lbs in weight, whereas the Pet Pro + is 2.8 lbs in weight

– The Pro is rated at 65 Watts, whereas the Pet Pro + is rated at 80 Watts

– The Pro is rated at 9 Amps, and the Pet Pro + at 8 Amps

 

Shark UltraCyclone Pro vs Pet Pro Plus: Main Features

Shark UltraCyclone Pro Cordless Handheld Vacuum, CH901

A cordless, (lithium ion) battery operated, handheld, lightweight vacuum

Uses two ultra-powerful cyclonic air streams for incredible suction and long-lasting filter and motor life

Has a dust cup capacity of 0.45 quarts

Has a fabric filter

Is 2.2 lbs in weight

Is rated at 65 Watts

Is 9 Amps

Comes with a crevice tool and scrubbing brush

Has a 2 year limited warranty

 

Shark UltraCyclone Pet Pro Plus Cordless Handheld Vacuum, CH951

A cordless, (lithium ion) battery operated, handheld, lightweight vacuum

Has a self-cleaning and detachable Pet Power Brush/Brushroll to deal with pet hair

Uses two ultra-powerful cyclonic air streams for incredible suction and long-lasting filter and motor life

Has a dust cup capacity of 0.45 quarts

Has a fabric filter

Is 2.8 lbs in weight

Is rated at 80 Watts

Is 8 Amps

Comes with a crevice tool and scrubbing brush

Has a 2 year limited warranty

 

*Note that depending on when and who you buy from, factors like warranty length and conditions (and return policy), cleaning tool inclusions, and features, can be different. Check these factors before you purchase for each model.

 

Shark UltraCyclone Comparison Guide

You can read this comparison of the Shark UltraCyclone models vs other brands of handheld vacuums:

BISSELL Pet Hair Eraser Handheld vs Shark Pet Perfect vs UltraCyclone Pet Pro Plus vs WANDVAC: Comparison Guide

 

Best Vacuums For Pets

If you want to look at more options for vacuums, you can read about a list of the top rated vacuums for pets in this guide.

 

 

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