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Old 09-16-2020, 06:59 AM
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Shark NV360 vs Shark NV352: Which is the “winner” for cleaning hardwoods and bare floors?

While the two Shark vacuum model NV360 and NV352 do not perform well on thick carpets but they are great choices for cleaning hardwoods and bare floors. It is difficult at first sight to differentiate between them but if you deep into details, each of them possesses its strengths and weaknesses. Which vacuum model can give you the maximum satisfaction when cleaning on bare floors?

Instead of spending your time reading two separate product: Shark navigator lift-away deluxe NV360 - The Shark NV360 Reviews, let’s stay tuned for this breakdown of the great functionalities of both vacuum models.

Shark Navigator Lift-away Deluxe NV360 specifications

· Cleaner type: Upright

· Dust collection: bagless

· Corded/cordless: corded

· Dimensions: 115 x 11.4 x 45.5 inches

· Total weight: 12.5 lbs.

· Swivel steering

· Lift-away technology

· Brush roll shutoff

· HEPA filter

· Anti-allergen complete seal technology

· Motor: 1200W, 10 Amps, 120V

· Dirt capacity: 1.2 dry quarts

· Crevice tool: 5.5 inches

· Power cord length: 25 feet

· Cleaning path: 11 inches

Shark Navigator Lift-away NV352

· Has lift-away function that detaches the canister body from the floor base

· Uses cyclonic motor or the so-called “never loses suction” technology

· Applies a HEPA filter and a reusable foam filter

· Swiveling cleaning head

· On/OFF brush roll switch to make it usable on bare floors

· Dust cup 1.2 dry quarts (up to the fill line)

· 1,200-watt motor

· 25-foot power cord

· Weighs 13 pounds

Which one should we buy to achieve the best cleaning experiences for hardwoods and bare floors?

Suction power has conducted many cleaning tests on different floor types to decide on a final winner.

For hardwoods and bare floors, both models take only a single pass to make the floor perfectly clean. Please bear in mind that most affordable vacuums on the market require several passes to help the floor look spotless. These two vacuums can grab the finest dust or the largest debris. According to the Shark NV360 Reviews , it just has a slight advantage compared with the Shark NV352.

Swivel steering feature

Both models are equipped with swiveling cleaning heads for a better cleaning result between furniture. The Shark’s technology allows users to steer the vacuum in any direction easily. The swivel steering of the NV360 is a bit better than the NV352 as the range is mostly the same but the motion of the NV360 has beaten its “brother”.

On/OFF brush roll

Both models have the ON/OFF switch for brush roll to be more friendly with hardwoods and bare floors. You must turn OFF the brush roller when cleaning bare floors and vice versa for carpets to prevent any possible scratches or damages.

To sum up

The breakdown of functionalities of these models has shown that the Shark vacuum 360 is the best choice. Overall, the Shark NV360 offers better cleaning experiences thanks to its smart design and its various cleaning tools and attachments. It is no surprise that the Shark NV360 has been voted many times for the best vacuum of the year. I hope this article about small Shark navigator NV360 review can give you an insight detail about the products. Please share with others your choice of vacuum.

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I had trouble when I tried to use a tail wheel setup with springs, I took the springs out and it works fine, but you need a rugged servo on it. Some guys I know use one servo for the rudder and one for the tail wheel. That way if rough ground damages the tail wheel servo, the rudder servo is still just fine.

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