New For 2017 Shark Powered Lift Away DuoClean Vacuum Cleaner Demonstration

In this video I unbox , assemble and demonstrate the new Shark NV800UKT Powered Lift Away with Duo Clean technology.

Details below from Shark’s website:

The ingenious combination of two innovative technologies brings you the Shark Powered Lift-Away with Duo Clean. Engineered to save you both time and effort whilst delivering the incredible cleaning performance and satisfying results only found in Shark Products.

The first innovation is Duo Clean Technology. Unlike conventional vacuum cleaners that use one brush bar, DuoClean gives you 2 brush rolls working in unison to remove 3 different types of dirt from your floors and carpets: Large, small and stuck on particles. That’s Triple Particle Cleaning.

The soft, velvet like brush roll comes in direct contact with all hard floors, removing stuck-on dirt, fine dust and large objects whilst restoring your floors natural lustre. On carpets, the second bristle bar works alongside the first brush roll, cleaning deep into the pile and carpet fibres to remove embedded hair and fine dirt. With DuoClean there’s nowhere for dirt to hide and no more ‘snow ploughing’ and spreading mess, just brilliant cleaning performance in a single pass.

Seamlessly go from hard floor to carpet with the dual control conveniently located on the handle. Onboard tools including the Duster/Crevice tool allow for easy access to edges, tight spaces as well as dusting surfaces like tables and shelves. The Upholstery brush is perfect for your sofas and soft Furnishings, teamed with Sharks extended reach for curtains and ceilings, good all round cleaning is finally within your reach.

The second innovation, Powered Lift-Away sets you free. Lift-Away means that the main unit can be detached from the wand at the click of a button, turning your upright vacuum into a portable vacuum cleaner. Powered Lift-Away goes one step further delivering power directly to the brush roll head even in Lift Away mode. The direct power drives the brush roll to rotate, unlike other vacuums that rely on suction alone. Finally bringing ease and comfort when cleaning those usually troublesome stairs.

This vacuum cleaner also features Shark’s Anti-Allergen Complete Seal Technology, which captures and holds over 99.9%* of dust and allergens inside the vacuum and not back into the air you breathe.
We’re changing the way you clean with our 5 star customer rated products, hear what people have to say about Sharks innovative products in our customer reviews.

*Particles 0.3 microns or larger

Shark proudly are the only Vacuum brand with Powered Lift-Away technology. Lift-Away means that the main unit can be detached from the wand at the click of a button, turning your upright vacuum into a portable. Powered Lift Away delivers power directly to the brush roll head even in Lift Away mode. The direct power drives the brush roll to rotate, unlike other vacuums that rely on suction alone.


Jimmy Long says:

Between the rocket and the lift away which do you prefer? It seems that the lift away did slightly better picking up everything on the carpet.

Benjamin Cox says:

I can’t wait to get my hands on one these, amazing review.

Conway W says:

Shark’s website started selling this model (NV801 and NV801W) as of yesterday. For those asking about the motorized hand tool, it is included in the NV801W package. FYI, as you have probably guessed, this is the same model vacuum as the Rotator Powered Lift Away Speed, so all attachments that fit the Speed will also fit the NV801 series.

Benji 101 says:

Man that shark just gets rid of every peice of dirt

JT Christober says:

I was really disappointed by this review. It seemed like shark paid you to do a commercial.

John Smith says:

What really also annoys me is the first generation was the only one with fingertip on off… these are on the main unit, bummer. But you get to attach the power head to the handle

TC says:

Hello. Nice video. Do you prefer this Powered DuoClean Lift-Away or the Powered Lift-Away Speed? I mainly have hardwood floors and some large area rugs.

josh woodall says:

I work in a residential home and we use a shark vacuum cleaner it is absolutely fantastic

Emma Waterman says:

I am looking at getting one of the lift away hoovers but stuck between nv800 and nv680.
Which one would you recommend for a house with a long haired terrier!

Brian Torobin says:

Roger, is that a new kitchen floor I see? Looks nice! I am always concerned that these rotating brush rolls will scratch a finished floor, or at least dull the finish. Would it not be safer to use that floor mop attachment they provide with their older machines – you know…the one with the washable fibre pad?

King Louie's Castle says:

Does it have a hepa filter?

Alex Johnson says:

Stick is heavy for the continuous cleaning on sealing, fans and other side pick ups. Not sure how in the world Shark designed something like this. Going back to Dyson.

Dennis Massie says:

Purchased this yesterday in USA. Waiting for delivery. Thanks for input.

endrit TORA says:

Ryan Hoover’s big ben

Andy Kirk says:

The agitation on the Shark vacuum cleaner is very impressive.

tiredrummertube says:

Have you noticed this newest model Shark has returned to the circular filters; kode1996 video shows more debris gathers on the square type filters (2nd gen)!

melati putih says:

that a giant shark

Rosa Davis says:

What the strongest shark sold for hard floors

Bry Gee says:

Well done Roger, great demo


Thanks for your video. I have an obsession with all things Shark!!! I use the liftaway Speed for my house cleaning business and the original powered liftaway for my home. My question is. Does the new floor nozzle fit last years modles? I would love to be able to just change the floor nozzle if possible. Also, do you find that the new Duoclean head works fine getting in corners of kitchen cabinets?

Jon Patrick McConnell says:

Also, great note about the brushroll NOT turning on when the top brushroll door is off, I hadn’t latched both sides firmly and was stumped for a few minutes until I noticed and closed the door firmly lol.. so it’s the same safety feature for the Rocket Complete DuoClean. You’d have saved me a few minutes and a swear word or two Lol if I’d seen this first. Thank you

Eric Walker says:

Great review, love my 3 year old Shark Rotator. Not looking to upgrade now, but it looks like Shark is working on some great upgrades. This vacuum seems perfect except for 1 big thing I want, cordless. I know that’s a big thing, but I’d be willing to pay for it.

Neil McLaughlin says:

I got my NV800 today and just had a good go around the house which is a mix of hard floors (downstairs) and carpet (upstairs). Can’t fault the performance, it replaced an old Dyson DC07 which I thought did a good job but the Shark really went to town on my floors. I think the dust capacity is a little small as I had to empty the bin a couple of times whereas I could use the Dyson for weeks without having to empty it. It does give you a bit of workout however as it tends to try and run away with itself, particularly on carpet, anyone else feel this is the case?

Selma Unsley says:

Sexy vac x

louise stirton says:

brilliant review Roger, can`t wait till i get mine probably wont be for a couple of months though hopefully it will have a price drop by then

Josiah 101 says:

How do you get you vacuums free

Tim Joseph says:

Last month Shark just released this in the U.S. on its informercial.

Micaela Montagne says:

What are the dimensions (height) of the power head, for example, how tall would a couch have to be for it to fit underneath once you lift away the canister? Thank you for the demo.

Johndereen Sy says:

This vacuum still suck for hairs…. Have you ever think about your wife hair to remove from the floor or wood without stuck in the rolling brush? This is more harder to clean it… I wont buy it!!!!!!

Doug Maverick says:

Which do you think is the better vacuum, the Shark Powered lift away DuoClean NV800 or the Shark Rocket Complete with DuoClean HV380?

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