Euro-Pro SV75 Shark Cordless Hand Vac Review


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While users report that the Euro-Pro SV75 Shark Cordless Hand Vac is easy to use, its suction power seems to be lacking and the battery is a problem. According to reviews, the vacuum runs for only a few minutes at a time and the battery soon stops holding a charge. The attachments are also not up to par; this machine comes with only a crevice tool.

The main problem with the Euro-Pro SV75 Shark Cordless Hand Vac (starting at $40, Amazon) seems to be the battery. Some users posting Shark hand vac reviews on Amazon say the battery doesn't hold a charge long enough to get through even the first cleaning, or works only a few times before it dies for good. On top of that, users complain about poor customer service. Consumers posting reviews at Best Buy say the same thing: that the battery either loses a charge halfway through a cleaning job or stops holding a charge entirely, rendering the whole machine useless. In a review at Walmart, a user suggests the vacuum itself doesn't last long either: The brush started getting stuck after eight months of sporadic use, leaving the vacuum unable to pick anything up. The Euro-Pro SV75 Shark Cordless Hand Vac doesn't offer much in the way of features. It comes with only a crevice tool and uses a standard filter. This vacuum weighs in at 4.8 pounds and carries a one-year warranty (which may come in handy from the sound of it).

Shark hand vac reviews indicate that neither the battery nor the vacuum itself has a long lifespan and customer service leaves something to be desired. With so many good, cheap handheld vacuums out there, you're likely better off spending your money elsewhere.

Raechel Conover

Raechel Conover is a freelance writer whose work has appeared on Yahoo, blogs, and other websites. She's a self-confessed shopaholic and frugal mom, always scouring the sale and clearance racks for deals and taking full advantage of free community activities and events with her husband and young sons.

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