Best Shark Rocket Vacuum

Best Shark Rocket Vacuum – We’ve currently tested over 7 Shark vacuums. Shark is a manufacturer of homeware goods like irons and mops in addition to vacuums.

Unlike other brands like Samsung or BISSELL that focus on a limited range of vacuum designs, Shark offers a little bit of everything, including robot vacuums, secondary handheld configurations, as well as corded and cordless designs. Their vacuums come at a variety of price points, so you can find something available that fits your budget.


1.Shark IZ163H

Pros & Cons

The Shark Rocket Pet Pro with MultiFlex IZ163H is the best cordless Shark vacuum we’ve tested. This cordless stick vacuum delivers superb performance on bare floors, easily clearing pet hair as well as small and bulky debris. It also performs amazingly well on low-pile carpet and does a very good job on high-pile carpet, though it can struggle with very fine material on this surface type.

While you can’t remove its primary brushroll from its floorhead, it has angled plastic fins meant to prevent hair wraps. Suction performance remains consistent as its dustbin fills up, which is good if you have multiple messes to deal with. Depending on your choice of attachments and suction power setting, it should supply roughly 10 to 40 minutes of runtime on a single charge.

2.Shark LA502

Pros & Cons

The Shark Rotator Lift-Away ADV is the best Shark vacuum for bare floors that we’ve tested. This corded upright easily cleans pet hair as well as small and bulky debris on flat, even surfaces like tile or hardwood. Suction performance remains consistent even as its fairly large dustbin fills up, so it shouldn’t need emptying very often.

There’s a two-level suction power adjustment feature and two distinct surface settings for bare floors or carpets, which gives you a fair amount of flexibility if you need to clean the occasional low or high-pile rug. The vacuum’s ‘Lift-Away’ design allows you to decouple its canister from its body and carry it around while allowing you to clean hard-to-reach areas with its wand.

3.Shark QU602QBL

Pros & Cons

The best Shark vacuum for carpets that we’ve tested is the Shark APEX UpLight. This corded stick/handheld vacuum does an excellent job cleaning debris on low-pile carpet and delivers good performance on high-pile carpet, where it easily sucks up pet hair and the majority of larger material like sand, though you may need to make an extra pass to fully clear finer debris like baking soda.

It feels decently well-built, while its bagless design and washable allergen-trapping HEPA filter also result in a near-total absence of recurring costs. It’s easy to maneuver, even in cluttered areas, and you can detach its main wand and carry around the canister while vacuuming with its extension hose to deal with messes in hard-to-reach areas. However, its vacuum hose is short.

4.Shark Vertex Pro

Pros & Cons

The best Shark Vacuum for pet hair we’ve tested is the Shark Vertex Pro. This cordless stick/handheld vacuum does an outstanding job sucking up pet hair on a wide variety of surface types.

Its floorhead has two brushrolls, one of which has angled fins meant to reduce the incidence of hair wraps, though you’re not meant to take this primary brushroll out, which can make removing hair wraps a little hard. It has an allergen trapping HEPA filter, and as long as you regularly clean it and the pre-motor filter assembly, you shouldn’t need to worry about recurring costs.

5.Shark AV911S EZ

Pros & Cons

The best robotic Shark vacuum we’ve tested is the Shark EZ Robot Self-Empty AV911S. This robot vacuum has a fairly advanced suite of automation features, most prominently its self-emptying function, which lets it dump debris from inside its dustbin into an external dirt compartment on its charging dock without needing any manual intervention.

This vacuum also performs very well on bare floors and high-pile carpet, though it can struggle somewhat with especially fine debris on low-pile carpet.

6.Shark VM252

Pros & Cons

Capture dry debris and spiff up your hard floors with a multi-purpose vacuum, like the Shark VACMOP. It is designed for use on sealed hardwood, tile, or laminate floors, and glides effortlessly on them all. A tank for Shark cleaning solution, which is included in your purchase, is built into its body.

The floor head uses replaceable mop pads that include a unique chamber for collecting debris, and features an easy-release button so you don’t have to touch the dirty pad when your cleaning session is done, too.


Pros & Cons

Weighing 1.4 pounds, the Shark WANDVAC Cordless Handheld Vacuum is the smallest member of the Shark vacuum family. However, despite its size, it offers powerful suction for small messes. While we didn’t test this pick in The Lab, The Spruce’s home product tester put the vacuum through real-world testing, trying it out on pet hair, crumbs, dust, and debris.

They noted that it picked up everything so quickly, but was pretty loud when doing so. In addition, although assembly was simple, the handheld pick needed to be charged fully before use, which took about two and a half hours.


Best Shark Rocket Vacuum – Shark is a good household manufacturer that produces items like mops and irons alongside a selection of vacuums at different price points and styles. You can also use many Shark vacuums as handhelds, which is nice if you need to clean hard-to-reach places.

If you want an easily portable model, Shark also sells some cordless vacuums. However, they tend to have quite a few maintenance needs, and some models can be a little more tricky to clean.