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Shark DuoClean Cordless Vacuum Cleaner with Flexology [Twin Battery] IF250UK with 5 Year Guarantee £229 delivered @ Shark Clean
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Shark DuoClean Cordless Vacuum Cleaner with Flexology [Twin Battery] IF250UK with 5 Year Guarantee £229 delivered @ Shark Clean

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Posted 5th Sep
Featuring Shark’s exclusive DuoClean and Flexology Technologies, this lightweight cordless vacuum cleaner is designed to make every day cleaning easier, faster and more convenient than ever before.

Benefit from exceptional cleaning performance and experience the freedom to glide from carpets to hard floors without having to change brush heads with DuoClean. Charge, store and reach anywhere in your home with Flexology. Clean for longer with this twin battery model.
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Great price on this model with impressive battery life Devinn! Heat added!
Love my shark, made the move from Dyson very impressed. Only down side is the small dust compartment but performance is excellent
BargainVVizzard06/09/2019 07:03

Love my shark, made the move from Dyson very impressed. Only down side is …Love my shark, made the move from Dyson very impressed. Only down side is the small dust compartment but performance is excellent


Also been pleased since moving from Dyson. Once upon a time Dyson seemed leagues ahead of everyone else. Not anymore.
Can't tell from the photos, but does the trigger have a latch to keep it switched on?
Shambles06/09/2019 09:46

Can't tell from the photos, but does the trigger have a latch to keep it …Can't tell from the photos, but does the trigger have a latch to keep it switched on?


Yep, press the button and it stays on until you press it again.
This Vs the Dyson V10. What wins?
Ah, this is a little Shark... kinda like... a.... baaaabyyy.... shark do do do do do do....
Ours is really good for everyday vacuuming, battery life is great and the fact you have two is more than enough even for large houses. We did keep our upright dyson rather than selling it, which we probably use once a month for deep pile carpets which the Shark doesn't quite freshen up as much as you would like. That said - I'd never go back to a normal upright for hoovering every few days / weekly anymore!
Do you know if Shark eu do finance options? Like the Skark UK website
wuddobuzz06/09/2019 10:36

This Vs the Dyson V10. What wins?



I was wondering the same thing... Just saw this video - I think this answers your question

The Shark appears to be total garbage lol


Watch 2:26
aidant79906/09/2019 11:16

Do you know if Shark eu do finance options? Like the Skark UK website


On some Shark models on Amazon there is the option to spread the cost over 5 months with no interest charges or credit check, but this is dependent on your Amazon account having the option available.
preecey06/09/2019 11:48

On some Shark models on Amazon there is the option to spread the cost over …On some Shark models on Amazon there is the option to spread the cost over 5 months with no interest charges or credit check, but this is dependent on your Amazon account having the option available.


Brill thanks preecey
Does the brush roller detach easily? Our current Bush and AirRam get clogged up with hair but the rollers detach in the blink of an eye or the push of a button.

Some of the handhelds I've seen on display in Currys need screws removing to remove the roller brush, and I wouldn't want to have to do that every day.
Be aware that this is the older model with less battery life (22min vs 30min per battery) and no HEPA filter. The new model is the IF130UKTH & IF260UKTH.
No matter - the video above shows it. Don't think I'll order one of these.
Shambles06/09/2019 11:54

Does the brush roller detach easily? Our current Bush and AirRam get …Does the brush roller detach easily? Our current Bush and AirRam get clogged up with hair but the rollers detach in the blink of an eye or the push of a button.Some of the handhelds I've seen on display in Currys need screws removing to remove the roller brush, and I wouldn't want to have to do that every day.


I would say no, I couldnt work out how to remove the brush roller although it hasnt been an issue for me.
Edited by: "Gormond" 6th Sep
Absolute cracker of a hoover.

We picked this model up in the £200 deal a few months back and it's honestly brilliant.

The downsides are the fairly regular cleaning of the filter and very regular emptying and recharging, but I imagine those are standard gripes with any cordless.

As far as getting the job done though this is absolutely brilliant - you'd 100% want the 2 battery model though (which this is).
Amazing price! Double battery is a godsend! Video above is very unrealistic scenario.
We had the shark, we trailed the shark, we gave the shark back. Every thing in the video above is exactly what I found, plus the join in the head kept locking on ours and the dust box was annoying. We have had a V10 since and very happy with it.
38413752-UPWSq.jpgAll this stuff comes invariably from the Big C - we have conventional dysons (2) but wanted a cordless, easy recharge cleaner as well that inc a hand held. A friend had a Dyson that cost him a arm and a leg! We looked at everything, but most are simply in two words, a rip-off! Then another friend showed me his Dibea. It's great so we went for the Dibea (is that Chinese for Dyson? D18 -we paid just over 70 quid for it over a year back. It's now around a 100 quid. It's bloody fantastic for the money. Has the lights so you can hoover in the dark!
Get yourself one before they go up again and annoy your neighbour 'You paid what!!!!'
Ours has gone without charging at times for half-hour easily, sometimes longer (ONE battery, doesn't need two).

Can't give any links as some are banned.
Not surprising. Nobody can compete with this.

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Edited by: "jnigel26" 6th Sep
jnigel2606/09/2019 23:43

[Image] All this stuff comes invariably from the Big C - we have …[Image] All this stuff comes invariably from the Big C - we have conventional dysons (2) but wanted a cordless, easy recharge cleaner as well that inc a hand held. A friend had a Dyson that cost him a arm and a leg! We looked at everything, but most are simply in two words, a rip-off! Then another friend showed me his Dibea. It's great so we went for the Dibea (is that Chinese for Dyson? D18 -we paid just over 70 quid for it over a year back. It's now around a 100 quid. It's bloody fantastic for the money. Has the lights so you can hoover in the dark!Get yourself one before they go up again and annoy your neighbour 'You paid what!!!!' Ours has gone without charging at times for half-hour easily, sometimes longer (ONE battery, doesn't need two).XD Can't give any links as some are banned. Not surprising. Nobody can compete with this.[Image] [Image]



What the hell?? LMAO - Looks more like a Dyson than my real Dyson!!

Stylistically, I think Dibea is slightly ahead of Dyson(!)
The IF250UKT model (same as this with pet attachment) is £242 on ebay with the code PICKME10 ebay.co.uk/itm…369
5.05% TCB through Shark direct, so the £229 2 battery model becomes £217.44.

I wanted sub £200, but the extra £17.44 is worth paying to stop the Mrs whinging on about needing a new vacuum!
Mrsweet06/09/2019 05:25

Great price on this model with impressive battery life Devinn! Heat added!


How come when I click get del the price goes
to £350
deano121109/09/2019 17:48

How come when I click get del the price goes to £350



I think the promotion is probably finished now?
Edited by: "Mrsweet" 9th Sep
deano121109/09/2019 17:48

How come when I click get del the price goes to £350


Phew! Looks like I just got it in time (yesterday)!

No doubt there'll be an offer down to around £200 again soon on one of the cordless models.
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