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Shark Rotator vacuum, Professional Upright Corded Bagless Vacuum for Carpet and Hard Floor with Lift-Away Hand Vacuum and Anti-Allergy Seal (NV501), Red
The Shark Rotator vacuum is a lightweight 2-in-1 Lift-Away upright vacuum with a detachable canister for portable cleaning power. With the push of a button, Lift-Away technology allows you to lift the canister away and easily clean in hard-to-reach areas. This vacuum’s nozzle has LED lights and Advanced Swivel Steering for excellent visibility and control when maneuvering around furniture. It has an XL-capacity dust cup and a completely sealed system with a HEPA filter to trap dust and allergens.
Shark Rotator Professional Lift-Away Upright Vacuum
This Lift-Away upright vacuum features a detachable canister, LED lights, advanced swivel steering, XL-capacity dust cup, Anti-Allergen Complete Seal Technology and a HEPA filter, and a Premium Pet Power Brush.
The Professional Lift-Away Upright Shark Rotator vacuum features a detachable canister for portable cleaning power.
-With the push of a button, Lift-Away technology allows you to lift the canister away and easily clean in hard-to-reach areas.
-Features Anti-Allergen Complete Seal Technology and a HEPA filter to trap dust and allergens inside the vacuum.
-This vacuum comes with advanced swivel steering with LED headlights allowing for excellent control when maneuvering around furniture.
-It includes an XL-capacity dust cup for extended cleaning without interruption.
1. The Rotator line has a wider cleaning path and tends to be a little heavier than the Navigator line of vacuum cleaners.
2. The Rotator line comes equipped with headlights; the Navigator line does not have headlights.
That’s it. Those are the only *common* differences between the Navigator and Rotator lines. Beyond that, both lines share the same basic features. The same power and convenience options are also available to both lines and vary, predictably, with a corresponding jump in price. Take your time to decide exactly what you need and shop around. Prices for the same exact model can vary considerably among various supplier websites.
The uncertainty that exists concerning the difference between the lines is something that Shark needs to address and soon. They have far too many models within too many lines of vacuum cleaners that far too often lead to annoyingly tiny differences in options and performance. Furthermore, the models shown on the website are only the tip of the iceberg; many other Shark models exist, not shown on their website, that is sold only by certain vendors, making it even more difficult for the consumer to make a well-informed choice. That being written … and only in the hope of preventing additional confusion for fellow Amazonians, I feel it necessary to call out problems with the well-meaning, but, incorrect answers are given previously in response to this question:
1. “Amazon Customer” is mostly correct. The only correction here is that not all Rotator models come with a caddy. Actually, most currently do not.
2. The answer given by “Luke” is completely incorrect. Both the Navigator and Rotator lines of vacuum cleaners can be purchased with the “Lift-Away” feature, or, both lines can be also be purchased in a conventional, nonconvertible upright configuration. It is the Shark Rocket line of vacuum cleaners that don’t offer the “Lift-Away” option.
3. The answer is given by “Happy Consumer” is also incorrect. Actually, the Rotator line of vacuum cleaners is wider than the Navigator line.