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Old 10-24-2015, 07:52 PM   #11
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We seen a comparison between the Dyson and Shark vacuums. We were sold on the Shark and it was less money. Works well in our RV and it doesn't take up much space. Has a wall mount also.
We take our Shark on the road from home.
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The Shark Rotator for $159. at Sams is far superior to the Dyson. It is corded, but the cord is very long, it comes with detailing attachments, and is very versatile. The boss lady loves it over any vacuum she has ever used.
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Ditto, on the make. If Mama is happy with the Shark, I'm happy also! That leaves me a hundred or so to spend on something else.
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Old 10-25-2015, 10:44 AM   #14
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We just bought a cordless Electrolux at Lowe's for our camper for $150. We based our decision on the online reviews, and we spent enough to get a model with a lithium ion battery. We've used it once when cleaning the camper a couple of weeks ago and we were pleased with the performance.
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