***Disclosure: I received complimentary samples to facilitate my review. No other compensation was provided, and all opinions are 100% honest and have not been influenced in any way.***
One of his least favorite chores would have to be vacuuming. We have a bulky, overly expensive canister vacuum which admittedly is a major pain in the rear to move from room to room. I can't blame him for running and hiding when it's time for his daily chores.
So recently, when I got the opportunity to try the brand new Rocket Ultra-Light Upright vacuum from Shark, I was curious to see how his attitude surrounding housework would be effected, if at all.
The Shark Rocket is a pretty amazing little machine, weighing in at under 8lbs, and it harnesses the power of extreme suction to clean better than top selling full-sized vacuums without the added bulk.
About the Shark Rocket :
The Shark Rocket never loses suction or power, and it seamlessly switches from carpeted surfaces to hard surfaces with no extra effort or attachments needed.
Here are some simple specs :
- Leaner and lighter
- Full power
- Deep cleans
carpets and rugs
- Cleans Bare Floors
- Extra long 32' cord
- Swivel steering
- No loss of suction
- Wall mount storage
A Teen's Take :
The Rocket's powerful motor is housed near the handle, making emptying and maneuvering a breeze. The only issue Kyle has expressed having about this design is that it is quite top heavy. If you need to pause during vacuuming, you must rest the unit against a wall or it WILL tip over. This, in my opinion, is well worth the super lightweight design.
Check out how much dirt is filling the canister, and this was after only a couple minutes worth of use!