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Shark NZ801UKT Anti Hair Wrap DuoClean Pet Vacuum Cleaner - £199.99 @ Argos
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Shark NZ801UKT Anti Hair Wrap DuoClean Pet Vacuum Cleaner - £199.99 @ Argos

£199.99£34943%Argos Deals
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Posted 19th Jan

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Thought it was a good price seen as the non-pet one is 349.99
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Tired of removing hair from your brush-roll? Perfect for carpets and hard floors, Shark's DuoClean floorhead is now enhanced with Anti Hair Wrap Technology, helping to leave your brush-roll tangle-free. Designed for homes with pets, comfortably clean stairs, under furniture and up high in portable mode with Powered Lift-Away.

Anti Hair Wrap Technology - Tired of hair wrapping around your brush-roll? Anti Hair Wrap actively separates and removes hair with a unique bristle-guard, helping to leave the bristle brush-roll tangle-free. Perfect for long, short and pet hair.

DuoClean Technology – Two brush-rolls in one floorhead. The bristle brush-roll cleans carpets, while a soft front brush draws in large debris, small particles and stuck-on dust from hard floors. Clean all floors without stopping to switch heads.

Powered Lift-Away – Instantly transform into a portable vacuum cleaner. Lift the canister away from the wand to comfortably clean stairs, ceilings and under furniture without heavy lifting. Easily clean high up with extended reach and on-board tools.

Perfect for Pet Owners – Enhanced with Anti Hair Wrap, the purposefully-designed Pet Tool easily removes embedded pet hair from sofas, stairs and upholstery. Signature LED headlights illuminate hidden dust and pet hair pile-ups.

Vacuum cleaner features:

  • Suitable for carpets, hard floors, stairs and upholstery.
  • Weight 6.5kg.
  • Size H117, W26, D30cm.
  • Power boost option for adjustable suction power.
  • HEPA filter - traps small particles and pet dander, making it excellent for allergy sufferers.
  • Motorised floor head.
  • Adjustable floorhead.
  • Pet tool included.
  • Includes crevice nozzle, upholstery nozzle, dusting brush, turbo brush and combination floor nozzle.
  • Length of hose 0.8m.
  • Hose stretches up to 1.5m.
  • Aluminium extension tubes.
  • Capacity of dustbin 0.83 litre.
  • Dustbag full indicator.
  • 8m power cord.

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It cleans very well because it's got two rollers that pick up different types of dirt well, fluffy one and a brushy one.

However that's two rollers to maintain and the plastic in front of the front roller has snapped off mine with no way to replace it and I've only used it 4 times for half an hour each time.

It's heavy, fiddly, hard to manoeuvre and poorly made compared to my dyson dc25 which shrugs off a proper beating and is engineered so that even though the thing as a whole is heavy, moving it around and the stress on you is easier.

Can see this needing a load of upkeep and breaking more parts but if you don't mind that, it does clean well. Got a few Dysons and they're all fit for purpose and well engineered with good plastics and screws etc and easy to fix yourself and restore to new when they eventually have any problems.

Excellent pickup: Shark
Longevity and good pickup: Dyson
Less hassle, more reliable, cheaper, versatile for all the dirty jobs: Henry
Jack.Heddon20/01/2020 22:02

Been strongly told to avoid this anti hair wrap model by a salesman in …Been strongly told to avoid this anti hair wrap model by a salesman in curry's exeter. The hair wrap doesn't work and what's worse is they've made it harder to access it to remove the hair as Shark believed the anti hair wrap was adequate and access wasn't required.


Wouldn't trust a Curry's salesman to give any form of reliable advice. The brush roller is accessed the same way as it is on all previous sharks, you just flip the floor head over and turn 3 plastic screws to unlock position and then bottom plastic cover comes off to expose the brush bar.
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Does it ever get any lower that £199 lol been waiting for months might have to just get it for this much
Is this the new model ?
It’s been this price on sharks website and amazon for a few days. I’m waiting on it going lower - hopefully!
sharkclean.co.uk/pro…kt/

This is the new model. On the Shark website it is 349£. It has the Anti Hair Wrap. Got mine today. Great hoover but heavy when using as an upright
Isn’t the dust container too small?
It cleans very well because it's got two rollers that pick up different types of dirt well, fluffy one and a brushy one.

However that's two rollers to maintain and the plastic in front of the front roller has snapped off mine with no way to replace it and I've only used it 4 times for half an hour each time.

It's heavy, fiddly, hard to manoeuvre and poorly made compared to my dyson dc25 which shrugs off a proper beating and is engineered so that even though the thing as a whole is heavy, moving it around and the stress on you is easier.

Can see this needing a load of upkeep and breaking more parts but if you don't mind that, it does clean well. Got a few Dysons and they're all fit for purpose and well engineered with good plastics and screws etc and easy to fix yourself and restore to new when they eventually have any problems.

Excellent pickup: Shark
Longevity and good pickup: Dyson
Less hassle, more reliable, cheaper, versatile for all the dirty jobs: Henry
abz123_201319/01/2020 21:16

Does it ever get any lower that £199 lol been waiting for months might …Does it ever get any lower that £199 lol been waiting for months might have to just get it for this much


Yes was £164 on 20th November when I bought one from Amazon
Edited by: "DealHunterz" 20th Jan
azmahhafsa19/01/2020 23:36

Isn’t the dust container too small?


Only if you have a really dirty house
I've got a Shark True Pet that I bought on a crazy cheap deal early last year. I have very long hair and two long-haired house cats. Hair wrapped around the rollers is a common occurrence and has been for many many years 😹
I have an old battered Stanley knife in my toolbox and and once every couple of weeks just slice down the groove on the roller of the Shark. It literally takes seconds. I've done the same with every vacuum I've owned.
IMO this latest hair roller gadget thing is just another marketing feature to make people buy
I got it for 154 from very on black Friday. It was 179 and honey found me £25 off code. Excellent vacuum
royaltee20/01/2020 01:42

It cleans very well because it's got two rollers that pick up different …It cleans very well because it's got two rollers that pick up different types of dirt well, fluffy one and a brushy one.However that's two rollers to maintain and the plastic in front of the front roller has snapped off mine with no way to replace it and I've only used it 4 times for half an hour each time.It's heavy, fiddly, hard to manoeuvre and poorly made compared to my dyson dc25 which shrugs off a proper beating and is engineered so that even though the thing as a whole is heavy, moving it around and the stress on you is easier. Can see this needing a load of upkeep and breaking more parts but if you don't mind that, it does clean well. Got a few Dysons and they're all fit for purpose and well engineered with good plastics and screws etc and easy to fix yourself and restore to new when they eventually have any problems.Excellent pickup: SharkLongevity and good pickup: DysonLess hassle, more reliable, cheaper, versatile for all the dirty jobs: Henry


Have you tried contacting Shark? They sent me a replacement part with mimimum hassle when I accidentally broke a bit of mine.
Kookykat20/01/2020 10:31

I've got a Shark True Pet that I bought on a crazy cheap deal early last …I've got a Shark True Pet that I bought on a crazy cheap deal early last year. I have very long hair and two long-haired house cats. Hair wrapped around the rollers is a common occurrence and has been for many many years 😹 I have an old battered Stanley knife in my toolbox and and once every couple of weeks just slice down the groove on the roller of the Shark. It literally takes seconds. I've done the same with every vacuum I've owned.IMO this latest hair roller gadget thing is just another marketing feature to make people buy


I did confirm with Shark last week that the new anti-hair wrap nozzle/brush bars can be fitted to some older models (mine included) but they're out of stock and about £65 at present.
stek201020/01/2020 19:38

Have you tried contacting Shark? They sent me a replacement part with …Have you tried contacting Shark? They sent me a replacement part with mimimum hassle when I accidentally broke a bit of mine.


It’s a part that’s not attached with screws or anything and part of the front. They might replace it, but I didn’t smash it in to a wall or anything and it shouldn’t break like that so quickly. So it’s good if they have good customer service but if it was a dyson I wouldn’t be needing the customer service for years. I prefer it not to break instead of having good customer service.
Been strongly told to avoid this anti hair wrap model by a salesman in curry's exeter. The hair wrap doesn't work and what's worse is they've made it harder to access it to remove the hair as Shark believed the anti hair wrap was adequate and access wasn't required.
royaltee20/01/2020 01:42

However that's two rollers to maintain and the plastic in front of the …However that's two rollers to maintain and the plastic in front of the front roller has snapped off mine with no way to replace it and I've only used it 4 times for half an hour each time.


I would return it as faulty
UltraMagnus20/01/2020 22:06

I would return it as faulty


I am going to yes. Bought the latest ball dyson to see what the pickup is like
royaltee20/01/2020 20:44

It’s a part that’s not attached with screws or anything and part of the fro …It’s a part that’s not attached with screws or anything and part of the front. They might replace it, but I didn’t smash it in to a wall or anything and it shouldn’t break like that so quickly. So it’s good if they have good customer service but if it was a dyson I wouldn’t be needing the customer service for years. I prefer it not to break instead of having good customer service.


In all fairness people have good and bad experiences with both brands. In my case a DC33 required an engineer visit from Dyson around once a year for 4 of the 5 year guarantee because of the crap plastic body cracking near where the handle attached to the vacuum. Then their is the dyson dc40 I've had two engineer visits in 18 months both times for the main body plastic cracking and separating from the ball assembly. In each case it has also taken Dyson around two weeks to get an engineer to me. Have one of these sharks and had very little trouble, the floor head has needed to be replaced once but that was simple to sort and had a brand new one sent within 3 days with no hassle.
Jack.Heddon20/01/2020 22:02

Been strongly told to avoid this anti hair wrap model by a salesman in …Been strongly told to avoid this anti hair wrap model by a salesman in curry's exeter. The hair wrap doesn't work and what's worse is they've made it harder to access it to remove the hair as Shark believed the anti hair wrap was adequate and access wasn't required.


Wouldn't trust a Curry's salesman to give any form of reliable advice. The brush roller is accessed the same way as it is on all previous sharks, you just flip the floor head over and turn 3 plastic screws to unlock position and then bottom plastic cover comes off to expose the brush bar.
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Dyson is more classy than this unknown fish brand. You see Dyson in celebrity houses and is a trend setter.
Shark used to be a budget brand, I bought one 5 years ago for £100, now the prices seem to have doubled, I presume to look more "premium", the Apple effect.
jordanc9320/01/2020 22:15

Wouldn't trust a Curry's salesman to give any form of reliable advice. The …Wouldn't trust a Curry's salesman to give any form of reliable advice. The brush roller is accessed the same way as it is on all previous sharks, you just flip the floor head over and turn 3 plastic screws to unlock position and then bottom plastic cover comes off to expose the brush bar.[Image] [Image]

To be fair to the salesman, the one in store was a tangled mess. The anti hair wrap clearly wasn't doing its job. He showed me some vidoes of it he'd made against the Dyson small ball, and the small ball performed far greater at picking up smaller particles. Also, the small ball had a larger collecting cylinder. Granted, it appears you can access the brush on this model, but I'm not sure it's removable which is handy. Im thinking now it's the Az910uk model which is the one he showed me which is a pain to access the brush.
Jack.Heddon20/01/2020 22:39

To be fair to the salesman, the one in store was a tangled mess. The anti …To be fair to the salesman, the one in store was a tangled mess. The anti hair wrap clearly wasn't doing its job. He showed me some vidoes of it he'd made against the Dyson small ball, and the small ball performed far greater at picking up smaller particles. Also, the small ball had a larger collecting cylinder. Granted, it appears you can access the brush on this model, but I'm not sure it's removable which is handy. Im thinking now it's the Az910uk model which is the one he showed me which is a pain to access the brush.


Yes but what had the salesman done to it for it look like that? You don't know unless he did it all live in front of you. Was their perhaps more of an incentive for him to sell you the dyson who knows. For a more measured and controlled test watch this video which came to the conclusion the shark out performed the dyson when it came to hair:
Jack.Heddon20/01/2020 22:39

To be fair to the salesman, the one in store was a tangled mess. The anti …To be fair to the salesman, the one in store was a tangled mess. The anti hair wrap clearly wasn't doing its job. He showed me some vidoes of it he'd made against the Dyson small ball, and the small ball performed far greater at picking up smaller particles. Also, the small ball had a larger collecting cylinder. Granted, it appears you can access the brush on this model, but I'm not sure it's removable which is handy. Im thinking now it's the Az910uk model which is the one he showed me which is a pain to access the brush.


AZ910 also has same way to access brush bar as shown in pictures above.
Kookykat20/01/2020 10:31

I've got a Shark True Pet that I bought on a crazy cheap deal early last …I've got a Shark True Pet that I bought on a crazy cheap deal early last year. I have very long hair and two long-haired house cats. Hair wrapped around the rollers is a common occurrence and has been for many many years 😹 I have an old battered Stanley knife in my toolbox and and once every couple of weeks just slice down the groove on the roller of the Shark. It literally takes seconds. I've done the same with every vacuum I've owned.IMO this latest hair roller gadget thing is just another marketing feature to make people buy


Doesn’t your Shark come with the hair tool?

youtube.com/wat…4Y0
Jack.Heddon20/01/2020 22:02

Been strongly told to avoid this anti hair wrap model by a salesman in …Been strongly told to avoid this anti hair wrap model by a salesman in curry's exeter. The hair wrap doesn't work and what's worse is they've made it harder to access it to remove the hair as Shark believed the anti hair wrap was adequate and access wasn't required.


Curry's salesman.
Very good Hoover this so far. Very impressive performance in last 4 months.
royaltee20/01/2020 20:44

It’s a part that’s not attached with screws or anything and part of the fro …It’s a part that’s not attached with screws or anything and part of the front. They might replace it, but I didn’t smash it in to a wall or anything and it shouldn’t break like that so quickly. So it’s good if they have good customer service but if it was a dyson I wouldn’t be needing the customer service for years. I prefer it not to break instead of having good customer service.


You work for Dyson and I claim my 5 pounds
Kippers20/01/2020 23:12

You work for Dyson and I claim my 5 pounds


What’s the £5 joke? I’m out of the loop. And my favourite hoover is a Henry. Dyson’s are nice if you are loaded. I got the new on off their ebay outlet for same price as this.
jordanc9320/01/2020 22:08

In all fairness people have good and bad experiences with both brands. In …In all fairness people have good and bad experiences with both brands. In my case a DC33 required an engineer visit from Dyson around once a year for 4 of the 5 year guarantee because of the crap plastic body cracking near where the handle attached to the vacuum. Then their is the dyson dc40 I've had two engineer visits in 18 months both times for the main body plastic cracking and separating from the ball assembly. In each case it has also taken Dyson around two weeks to get an engineer to me. Have one of these sharks and had very little trouble, the floor head has needed to be replaced once but that was simple to sort and had a brand new one sent within 3 days with no hassle.


Fair point. The shark felt to me loose and disconnected from my movement, I move, then the handle moves, then the body moves and eventually the head moves. Like driving a Kia compared to a VW, or opening an ikea rubbish bin compared to a posh expensive bin etc. You have to work out whether The subtle difference is worth the extra 4million quid they charge.
I’d love to be able to buy a Dyson one day, but it’s the Shark brand for now

Cheap and cheerful and I like how they seem to always be on sale at an affordable price!!
It’s midnight and I’ve just read this whole thread about vacuum cleaners!!!! It’s official, I am old.
negativec21/01/2020 00:07

It’s midnight and I’ve just read this whole thread about vacuum cle …It’s midnight and I’ve just read this whole thread about vacuum cleaners!!!! It’s official, I am old.


With no life.
leon_gx20/01/2020 22:19

Dyson is more classy than this unknown fish brand. You see Dyson in …Dyson is more classy than this unknown fish brand. You see Dyson in celebrity houses and is a trend setter.


You is funny.
I've owned a couple of Dysons, a Henry and a G-Tech. None come close to the Shark in terms of picking up pet hair.
royaltee21/01/2020 00:11

I’m switching my phone off I swear


I don’t even need a hoover and I’m still reading
jordanc9320/01/2020 22:15

Wouldn't trust a Curry's salesman to give any form of reliable advice. The …Wouldn't trust a Curry's salesman to give any form of reliable advice. The brush roller is accessed the same way as it is on all previous sharks, you just flip the floor head over and turn 3 plastic screws to unlock position and then bottom plastic cover comes off to expose the brush bar.[Image] [Image]


Well, seems like the salesman was sort of right. My shark that I just bought, definitely isn't accessed the same way as yours. For mine you just push 2 buttons on top, then simply lift out the roller. It does seem much simpler this way.

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Edited by: "jambone" 21st Jan
With the anti-hair models both rollers are removeable and have the little hook tool.

Not all of the shark vacs have the same 'anti hair' brush config. I am after a Shark upright and am only considering the NZ801UKT, AZ910UKT and AZ950UKT for this reason.
Edited by: "COYS61" 21st Jan
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