The Shark Navigator Never Loses Suction is a smaller upright vacuum, which sells for around $180. In this review, I’ll go over the Shark Navigator Never Loses Suction vacuum’s best features and it’s biggest weaknesses. Here’s a list of this models most prominent features: motorized roller brush, 30 ft cord length, crevice tool and dusting brush, 11 inch cleaning path, lifetime filter and it only weighs 14.7 lbs. I was also surprised by the suction power on this little vacuum – I guess they were confident in naming this model for a reason.
Now, I’ll go over the Shark Navigator Never Loses Suction’s potential weaknesses. First off, the dust cup is pretty small. If you use this vacuum for more than a room or two, you’ll be emptying it out often. Also, it’s not the lightest model out there, even though the company tries to claim it is super lightweight. I also wish the cleaning path were just a little wider. It can take longer to vacuum a room with a narrow cleaning path. All in all, I really like the Shark Navigator Never Loses Suction vacuum cleaner. It’s a very powerful model, which costs a lot less than a Dyson or other high-end model. I’m giving it a 4.5 / 5 star rating.