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SHARK Anti Hair Wrap IZ201EU Cordless Vacuum Cleaner - Orange £199.98 / IZ201EUT - Blue Model with Pet Power Brush £255 @ Amazon Germany

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  • Wireless vacuum cleaner with anti-hair wrap technology - no hair gets caught in the brush rollers during cleaning.
  • Up to 40 minutes* - the removable battery can be charged anywhere
  • Carpets and hard floors – DuoClean glides across all floors without having to change the floor nozzle
  • Flexible Flexology suction tube for effortless cleaning under furniture, folds away free-standing
  • 5 year manufacturer's warranty (2 year warranty on battery)

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I own a large cleaning company serving the entire east of England. I can tell you categorically that no professional cleaner pre vacs with a Dyson. You'd be laughed at and mocked if you did.

You want to know what they use ? Sebo's and Refurb pre EU restricted Henry's, We all do. Don't get me wrong Dysons are ok, as are Sharks, but they're just very well marketed, it's why you pay such a high price for them, not because of the technology inside.

At the end of the day though a vacuum is a vacuum. Being loyal to a brand is ridiculous because they have no loyalty to you. Also the idea that spending £600 on a Dyson means you're going to get a better clean is also ridiculous. Pick up an Sebo or a Henry made before 2016. Those things are insanely powerful.
I must be missing something with these cordless vacuum cleaners - maybe ok for someone who lives alone with no pets but I've got a slightly older model, one without the anti-hair wrap and it the cleaner spends more time with clogged brushes, full dust container, blocked dust filter, flat battery and blocked suction pipe than it does working. The convenience of its portability is lost on all its other faults.

My expensive cleaner now goes mostly unused and in constant need of maintenance, instead I use my old Miele.
daniver13/04/2020 08:46

I must be missing something with these cordless vacuum cleaners - maybe ok …I must be missing something with these cordless vacuum cleaners - maybe ok for someone who lives alone with no pets but I've got a slightly older model, one without the anti-hair wrap and it the cleaner spends more time with clogged brushes, full dust container, blocked dust filter, flat battery and blocked suction pipe than it does working. The convenience of its portability is lost on all its other faults. My expensive cleaner now goes mostly unused and in constant need of maintenance, instead I use my old Miele.


I have a long haired cat who sheds a lot! And I have the Shark that doesn't have this feature. Yet it works fine. I have a 2 bedroom house which isn't huge, but I have a messy child, and a messier wife and we use this a few times a day. Occasionally I have to manually remove hair from the roller, and occasionally have to manually pull out the dirt from the waste bin - BUT I absolutely love it. I've come from a corded Dyson Animal Ball thingy, and would never go back. Granted the battery doesn't last long, but more than enough to do my house, but generally we use it little and often. If it goes below one bar it's charged so we are never caught out.

If it's getting clogged every time, perhaps you're not using it enough!?!
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Is it likely uk online retailers will possibly have this at this price eventually too? (To match).
Great price.

Does anyone know if you can buy just the anti hair wrap head?
I must be missing something with these cordless vacuum cleaners - maybe ok for someone who lives alone with no pets but I've got a slightly older model, one without the anti-hair wrap and it the cleaner spends more time with clogged brushes, full dust container, blocked dust filter, flat battery and blocked suction pipe than it does working. The convenience of its portability is lost on all its other faults.

My expensive cleaner now goes mostly unused and in constant need of maintenance, instead I use my old Miele.
daniver13/04/2020 08:46

I must be missing something with these cordless vacuum cleaners - maybe ok …I must be missing something with these cordless vacuum cleaners - maybe ok for someone who lives alone with no pets but I've got a slightly older model, one without the anti-hair wrap and it the cleaner spends more time with clogged brushes, full dust container, blocked dust filter, flat battery and blocked suction pipe than it does working. The convenience of its portability is lost on all its other faults. My expensive cleaner now goes mostly unused and in constant need of maintenance, instead I use my old Miele.


I have a long haired cat who sheds a lot! And I have the Shark that doesn't have this feature. Yet it works fine. I have a 2 bedroom house which isn't huge, but I have a messy child, and a messier wife and we use this a few times a day. Occasionally I have to manually remove hair from the roller, and occasionally have to manually pull out the dirt from the waste bin - BUT I absolutely love it. I've come from a corded Dyson Animal Ball thingy, and would never go back. Granted the battery doesn't last long, but more than enough to do my house, but generally we use it little and often. If it goes below one bar it's charged so we are never caught out.

If it's getting clogged every time, perhaps you're not using it enough!?!
daniver13/04/2020 08:46

I must be missing something with these cordless vacuum cleaners - maybe ok …I must be missing something with these cordless vacuum cleaners - maybe ok for someone who lives alone with no pets but I've got a slightly older model, one without the anti-hair wrap and it the cleaner spends more time with clogged brushes, full dust container, blocked dust filter, flat battery and blocked suction pipe than it does working. The convenience of its portability is lost on all its other faults. My expensive cleaner now goes mostly unused and in constant need of maintenance, instead I use my old Miele.


Buy yourself a Dyson V10 and you'll see how good cordless can be
jameswalker45713/04/2020 09:39

Buy yourself a Dyson V10 and you'll see how good cordless can be


Agreed , people settle for good enough , but not great products, it’s literally like a Ferrari v Fiat in a race all things considered
jameswalker45713/04/2020 09:39

Buy yourself a Dyson V10 and you'll see how good cordless can be


Agree, buy a Dyson and see the difference.
I live in a 2 bedroom bungalow and would be able to do all the house in about 15 minutes with my cordless Shark if it wasn't for having to untangle my hair from the brush rollers. I wish I'd not bought it a year ago then I could buy the anti-hair wrap version instead! Love my Shark and I keep a pair of scissors to help untangle.
I have a Miele for pets which I love but I have to unscrew the bottom and take out all the hair - a cat, my long hair and my daughters long hair - and I’m wondered if this would be the same? I’ve been looking for a cordless for ages but I don’t know anyone who has this one!
jameswalker45713/04/2020 09:39

Buy yourself a Dyson V10 and you'll see how good cordless can be


Their marketing is certainly good.
HellriderUKDeals6913/04/2020 10:02

Agree, buy a Dyson and see the difference.


Difference is easy to see; it's a very expensive life style accessory. Probably for people who think glamping is a good thing.
My friend has the anti hair wrap head, he said it works to a certain extent but still gets it wrapped round most of the time.
afroylnt13/04/2020 10:37

Their marketing is certainly good.


Not sure about marketing but my personal experience with Dyson is very good.
I know they are very expensive but you can buy manufacturer refurbished ones which are essentially (often) new at very reasonable price. I have corded and V6 cordless which is the oldest model yet still works great.
daniver13/04/2020 08:46

I must be missing something with these cordless vacuum cleaners - maybe ok …I must be missing something with these cordless vacuum cleaners - maybe ok for someone who lives alone with no pets but I've got a slightly older model, one without the anti-hair wrap and it the cleaner spends more time with clogged brushes, full dust container, blocked dust filter, flat battery and blocked suction pipe than it does working. The convenience of its portability is lost on all its other faults. My expensive cleaner now goes mostly unused and in constant need of maintenance, instead I use my old Miele.



I've had a Dyson V6 Animal for years. It was able to fully do my 3 bedroom semi top to bottom. The bucket is a bit small and is usually totally full after doing the carpets upstairs. However, it's never been blocked, and every 2-3 weeks I need to take the roller brush out to de-hair it from the mrs and kids. I now have a 4 bedroom house and it cannot manage top to bottom, as the thick carpets seem to decrease battery life compared to wood floors and my old houses flattened carpets.

Much deeper clean than my Henry ever managed with it's standard head. As I have a Henry I purchased an Airohead. Problem is the Henry's just too much hassle to lug around so still end up using the V6 and charging it between floors.
afroylnt13/04/2020 10:39

Difference is easy to see; it's a very expensive life style accessory. …Difference is easy to see; it's a very expensive life style accessory. Probably for people who think glamping is a good thing.


It is expensive but probably better than paying £199 for a Shark or equivalent that will hardly get used.
umar8813/04/2020 11:00

Not sure about marketing but my personal experience with Dyson is very …Not sure about marketing but my personal experience with Dyson is very good.I know they are very expensive but you can buy manufacturer refurbished ones which are essentially (often) new at very reasonable price. I have corded and V6 cordless which is the oldest model yet still works great.


Had a dyson corded before. It was adequate but awkward to use; once you have had a Miele you won't go back to a Dyson corded.
Edited by: "afroylnt" 13th Apr
Give u some heat for the great product with good price. Don't waste money on Dyson if u can find same kind of specs such as jv or dreamer.
afroylnt13/04/2020 12:43

Had a dyson corded before. It was adequate but awkward to use; once you …Had a dyson corded before. It was adequate but awkward to use; once you have had a Miele you won't go back to a Dyson corded.


Corded are ok. Can be difficult to move around but I think Dyson really shines when it comes to cordless. Either way they both capture dust properly and are easy to empty. Miele is expensive but suspect are good vacuums.
umar8813/04/2020 13:14

Corded are ok. Can be difficult to move around but I think Dyson really …Corded are ok. Can be difficult to move around but I think Dyson really shines when it comes to cordless. Either way they both capture dust properly and are easy to empty. Miele is expensive but suspect are good vacuums.


I have a vax cordless which is ok but to be honest don't use it that much. Miele is in my experience quite a bit better than a Dyson corded. Stick with what works for you.
HellriderUKDeals6913/04/2020 12:17

It is expensive but probably better than paying £199 for a Shark or …It is expensive but probably better than paying £199 for a Shark or equivalent that will hardly get used.


And yet all shark cordless models come with a full 5 year guarantee. I’m still wondering when Dyson are actually going to start offering that especially if you shell out nearly £600 for a top of the range V11 that still only comes with a 2 year warranty.
jordanc9313/04/2020 16:12

And yet all shark cordless models come with a full 5 year guarantee. I’m s …And yet all shark cordless models come with a full 5 year guarantee. I’m still wondering when Dyson are actually going to start offering that especially if you shell out nearly £600 for a top of the range V11 that still only comes with a 2 year warranty.


Warranty won't cover you if you find the performance inadequate after the initial return period. It's like buying a laptop and saying it's running slow after a few months.
HellriderUKDeals6913/04/2020 16:34

Warranty won't cover you if you find the performance inadequate after the …Warranty won't cover you if you find the performance inadequate after the initial return period. It's like buying a laptop and saying it's running slow after a few months.


Still doesn't answer the question. Why does a V11 which is meant to be the equivalent of a full Dyson upright only come with a 2 year warranty? Surely if it's as good as the uprights it would be backed up with the same 5 year warranty that they get. And just to say I've had my cordless shark for just over a year now and not noticed a decrease in performance and nor should anyone else if maintence of machine is followed.
jordanc9313/04/2020 16:50

Still doesn't answer the question. Why does a V11 which is meant to be the …Still doesn't answer the question. Why does a V11 which is meant to be the equivalent of a full Dyson upright only come with a 2 year warranty? Surely if it's as good as the uprights it would be backed up with the same 5 year warranty that they get. And just to say I've had my cordless shark for just over a year now and not noticed a decrease in performance and nor should anyone else if maintence of machine is followed.


No idea about the warranty and it's a valid point you are making.
I have one of these, as well as two dogs (cuddling nicely in my profile picture lol), and it does a fantastic job at keeping my house clean.

Highly recommended.
Have the slightly older model and agree with the comments about the amount of maintenance. So much more convenient than my old corded Dyson but it's forever getting jammed with something.
I own a large cleaning company serving the entire east of England. I can tell you categorically that no professional cleaner pre vacs with a Dyson. You'd be laughed at and mocked if you did.

You want to know what they use ? Sebo's and Refurb pre EU restricted Henry's, We all do. Don't get me wrong Dysons are ok, as are Sharks, but they're just very well marketed, it's why you pay such a high price for them, not because of the technology inside.

At the end of the day though a vacuum is a vacuum. Being loyal to a brand is ridiculous because they have no loyalty to you. Also the idea that spending £600 on a Dyson means you're going to get a better clean is also ridiculous. Pick up an Sebo or a Henry made before 2016. Those things are insanely powerful.
Dyson is unfortunately not as good as people make it out to be, tho it's certainly expensive. Got a £300 animal gathering dust which I've kept as a reminder never to get caught up in any marketing hype again. I've got a small corded Miele and a bigger corded Philips which both cost me less than the dyson and I wouldn't part with either. Got the Philips from Amazon Germany about 5 years ago, it's bagged, it's incredibly powerful and it swallows everything in its path.
I don't need this, but I'm so bored its tempting. Must resist
pelaquin14/04/2020 12:47

I own a large cleaning company serving the entire east of England. I can …I own a large cleaning company serving the entire east of England. I can tell you categorically that no professional cleaner pre vacs with a Dyson. You'd be laughed at and mocked if you did. You want to know what they use ? Sebo's and Refurb pre EU restricted Henry's, We all do. Don't get me wrong Dysons are ok, as are Sharks, but they're just very well marketed, it's why you pay such a high price for them, not because of the technology inside. At the end of the day though a vacuum is a vacuum. Being loyal to a brand is ridiculous because they have no loyalty to you. Also the idea that spending £600 on a Dyson means you're going to get a better clean is also ridiculous. Pick up an Sebo or a Henry made before 2016. Those things are insanely powerful.


A pro cleaner is never going to use a dyson that would require constant charging. Add regular clogging issues and only an idiot would try to use it all day. Given the 500 battery cycle lifespan it would give up after a few months.

I loved my v7 when it arrived. However the head constantly stops working (it clogs with pet hair before it leaves the head), the filter gets full up, things get stuck in it etc. Our miele cat n dog is much better, but I can't be bothered pulling it round the house. We have 2 roborock / xiaomi robot cleaners and they do a great job upstairs and downstairs. The v7 sorts the stairs. The miele does the occasional better clean
UnprecedentedMeasures13/04/2020 09:52

Agreed , people settle for good enough , but not great products, it’s l …Agreed , people settle for good enough , but not great products, it’s literally like a Ferrari v Fiat in a race all things considered


Who owns Ferrari?
Tired hearing how FIAT is supposed to be a second rate brand.

More award winning designs and concepts than a lot of the "acceptable brands to be seen in" combined.
They're cheaper, because they've been designed to fulfill a market segment. Their engines are pretty darned good and a lot more reliable than people give them credit for.
TopTrump14/04/2020 13:06

Who owns Ferrari?Tired hearing how FIAT is supposed to be a second rate …Who owns Ferrari?Tired hearing how FIAT is supposed to be a second rate brand.More award winning designs and concepts than a lot of the "acceptable brands to be seen in" combined.They're cheaper, because they've been designed to fulfill a market segment. Their engines are pretty darned good and a lot more reliable than people give them credit for.


I think you’ve
TopTrump14/04/2020 13:06

Who owns Ferrari?Tired hearing how FIAT is supposed to be a second rate …Who owns Ferrari?Tired hearing how FIAT is supposed to be a second rate brand.More award winning designs and concepts than a lot of the "acceptable brands to be seen in" combined.They're cheaper, because they've been designed to fulfill a market segment. Their engines are pretty darned good and a lot more reliable than people give them credit for.


Okay , I think you’ve taken this a bit too heart, I don’t know why you’ve gone so technical and in-depth , okay let me use this difference then , it’s like a Rolex / Patek Phillipe vs a sekonda from Argos
TopTrump14/04/2020 13:06

Who owns Ferrari?Tired hearing how FIAT is supposed to be a second rate …Who owns Ferrari?Tired hearing how FIAT is supposed to be a second rate brand.More award winning designs and concepts than a lot of the "acceptable brands to be seen in" combined.They're cheaper, because they've been designed to fulfill a market segment. Their engines are pretty darned good and a lot more reliable than people give them credit for.



Haters gonna hate, its the usual 'buy this its better' crap whennthe product suggested is twice the price and not at all a comparable product

May as well compare the best socks to wear with sandals the time spent would be equally as useful.

For my 10 cents i have a vax blade which i find is really good. The comments about maintenance ive found these cordless hoovers require similar maintenance so dont see the issue, they just have smaller dust bins which take seconds to empty.

I have a spare set of filters for my blade so when i wash ouult the dirty ones i can pop the spare ones in while the others dry.

(Quick tip while on the subject, soak the filters in zoflora or similar before drying so vac smells nice while using after )
I've got both a Dyson v10 and the older Shark IF200 (not the model shown above) , and can honestly say the Shark beats the dyson in every department.
smashed14/04/2020 12:57

A pro cleaner is never going to use a dyson that would require constant …A pro cleaner is never going to use a dyson that would require constant charging. Add regular clogging issues and only an idiot would try to use it all day. Given the 500 battery cycle lifespan it would give up after a few months.I loved my v7 when it arrived. However the head constantly stops working (it clogs with pet hair before it leaves the head), the filter gets full up, things get stuck in it etc. Our miele cat n dog is much better, but I can't be bothered pulling it round the house. We have 2 roborock / xiaomi robot cleaners and they do a great job upstairs and downstairs. The v7 sorts the stairs. The miele does the occasional better clean


The clogging I think is problematic of most vacuums whose vacuuming head uses a narrow flexible plastic pipe to join it to the machine.
The repeated stretching and contorting of the plastic corrugated pipe creates fatigue in the plastic and inadvertently leads to the pipe either partially collapsing or even cracking, reducing the suction.

This Shark's foldable pole, uses a plastic pipe within the metal pole, so sooner or later, it's going to fail. Plus, the brush bar's head 'manouverability' is due to the use of the same corrugated plastic piping.

Dyson re-engineered the way the brush bar connects up to the metal suction pole from their V10 onwards. It no longer uses stretchable plastic corrugated piping to connect the moving/twisting head to the rigid pole that connects to the vacuuum, instead they now employ articulated interlocked plastic mouldings which then connect up to the suction pole.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 14th Apr
HellriderUKDeals6913/04/2020 10:02

Agree, buy a Dyson and see the difference.


I don't agree, bought a Dyson V6 Animal in December 2017, by Jan this year the battery is knackered and no longer holds any charge. £60 for a new one? I shouldn't think so 😏

We also have a Henry/Numatic, now that is a good vacuum cleaner!!!
UnprecedentedMeasures14/04/2020 13:11

I think you’ve Okay , I think you’ve taken this a bit too heart, I don’t kn …I think you’ve Okay , I think you’ve taken this a bit too heart, I don’t know why you’ve gone so technical and in-depth , okay let me use this difference then , it’s like a Rolex / Patek Phillipe vs a sekonda from Argos


Same thing applies. Secondas are cheap, because they've been built to be cheap and affordable for Argos to make money whilst selling to the masses.

BTW. Forza Italia!
Edited by: "TopTrump" 14th Apr
TopTrump14/04/2020 13:20

Same thing applies. Secondas are cheap, because they've been built to be …Same thing applies. Secondas are cheap, because they've been built to be cheap and affordable for Argos to make money whilst selling to the masses.BTW. Forza Italia!


Okay it’s like drinking water , and like drinking bleach
the1stcoke13/04/2020 09:00

I have a long haired cat who sheds a lot! And I have the Shark that …I have a long haired cat who sheds a lot! And I have the Shark that doesn't have this feature. Yet it works fine. I have a 2 bedroom house which isn't huge, but I have a messy child, and a messier wife and we use this a few times a day. Occasionally I have to manually remove hair from the roller, and occasionally have to manually pull out the dirt from the waste bin - BUT I absolutely love it. I've come from a corded Dyson Animal Ball thingy, and would never go back. Granted the battery doesn't last long, but more than enough to do my house, but generally we use it little and often. If it goes below one bar it's charged so we are never caught out. If it's getting clogged every time, perhaps you're not using it enough!?!


Hope your wife don't see this message!!!
djames10814/04/2020 13:15

Haters gonna hate, its the usual 'buy this its better' crap whennthe …Haters gonna hate, its the usual 'buy this its better' crap whennthe product suggested is twice the price and not at all a comparable productMay as well compare the best socks to wear with sandals the time spent would be equally as useful.For my 10 cents i have a vax blade which i find is really good. The comments about maintenance ive found these cordless hoovers require similar maintenance so dont see the issue, they just have smaller dust bins which take seconds to empty.I have a spare set of filters for my blade so when i wash ouult the dirty ones i can pop the spare ones in while the others dry.(Quick tip while on the subject, soak the filters in zoflora or similar before drying so vac smells nice while using after )


I do the same with my GTech Multi Gen 2.1.
Spare filter off eBay for 3 or so quid. One always tucked away to be used when washing the one that's come back from tour of duty.
After washing used filter, soak for a few minutes in some Dettol 'Cotton Fresh' diluted concentrate, shake out excess and leave it to dry for at least a couple of days before putting it back in the drawer for later use.

Bye bye stinky germs and no need for Febreeze to destink the room you're vacuuming.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 14th Apr
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