Shark TruePet Lift-Away Canister Upright Vacuum

Last updated: June 1, 2023

This Shark vacuum excels on hardwoods and carpets and is great for getting a deep-down clean, even if you've got pet hair to contend with. The canister can be easily separated from the floor tool, making it possible to clean under furniture.

We looked at the top Shark Vacuums and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Shark Vacuum you should buy.

Product Details

Key Takeaway: You'll really feel the deep-down clean with this vacuum, specifically designed for households with pets.

In our analysis of 55 expert reviews, the Shark TruePet Lift-Away Canister Upright Vacuum placed 7th when we looked at the top 14 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Shark’s original, full-sized 2-in-1 Powered Lift-Away upright vacuum with detachable canister for portable cleaning. With the touch of a button, Powered Lift-Away technology allows you to lift the canister away and deep clean hard-to-reach areas while still delivering power to keep the brushroll spinning. Armed with Advanced Swivel Steering and powerful LED lights on the hand vac and nozzle, this vacuum has a completely sealed system with a HEPA filter to trap dust and allergens. The Fingertip Controls allow for easy powering on/off and quick transition between hard floor and carpet mode. The Hard Floor Hero attachment is perfect for picking up debris of all sizes and dusting your bare floors, while the TruePet Motorized Brush gives you deep cleaning power in the palm of your hand.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

You can separate the canister from the floor tool making it possible to clean under furniture without the need to move it and it has large dirt capacity
The motor powered Lift-Away feature makes it exceptionally versatile. It has strong cleaning performance on both carpet and hardwood floors.
The Shark Rotator NV752 particularly shines in its performance on carpet, hard floors and stairs and in efficiency (ease of cleaning, noise level and suction). The Rotator delivers what’s arguably most important in a vacuum: consistent performance across floor types. Reviewers said they were amazed by the amount of dirt they were able to remove from their carpet with the vacuum. The device excelled in other areas too. It came away with a perfect 10.0 score for stair cleaning, pet hair pickup, ease of cleaning the machine and noise. The vacuum fared well in homes with a dog, cat or even multiple pets. Users particularly loved the combination of strong suction power and a quiet motor. Reviewers also appreciated the device for its design features, including its easy-to-clean dirt collection chamber and its TruePet Mini Motorized Brush attachment.
The Shark True Pet NV752 has a full-sized Powered Lift Away. It has a canister that can be easily detached to a deep cleaning giving the hassle-free feeling of cleaning up those hard to reach areas without interrupting the power of the vacuum so that it can still work smooth and nicely and keep the brushroll spinning.
This vacuum is very good at picking up pet hair. It is easy to maneuver, not too loud and easy to empty the dust canister.
The NV752 TruPet gives you a combination of a lightweight upright along with a detachable lightweight canister vacuum (with powered brushroll). Never loses suction Technology gives this vacuum consistent suction power.

What reviewers didn't like

Even though it’s cheaper than the Dyson, it will still cost over $300. It is heavy and easily trips over if you’re not careful pulling the hose.
The 15.6 pounds is somewhat lighter than other full-size uprights, however it still may be an issue if your home is multi-level.
Despite its stellar ratings, some users noticed a few areas where the Rotator didn’t quite hit the mark. These included weight and maneuverability. This Shark came in with its lowest rating in the weight category, scoring just 7.4. Some users thought carrying the vacuum up and down stairs was daunting. As for maneuverability, some said the swivel steering made it difficult to angle the vacuum the correct way without it straying off path.
The canister for the dirt is hard to clean and the stick is too tall and cannot be adjusted.
Hard floor genie is only adequate and shorter folks may find the handle too long.
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