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Shark SV736 Cordless Handvac Review

General Review

Shark SV736 Cordless Handvac executes the task of promoting ‘Twister Technology’. In fact this handy little vacuum acts as one of the finest cleaning machines as well as being cordless and powerfully rechargeable hand vacuum within its class.

Manufacturer’s Specifications

  • Motor Volts: 15.6 V

  • Item Weight: 6.5 pounds

  • Measures Approximately 10 by 4 by 6 inches

  • Hepa Filtration

    Special Features

    • Color: Green

    • Cordless: Yes

    • Washable filter; can be easily detached

    • Replacement bags not required; thanks to extremely convenient ‘dust cup design’

    • Inclusive of crevice tool

    • ‘LED’ charging indicator

    • Variation in colors

    • Motorized brush detachable

    • Twister Cyclonic Technology

    • Cordless


      Shark SV736 Cordless Handvac has been provided with limited warranty of 1 year. This means that within a year of date of purchase, one can get parts/motor of this hand vacuum replaced or repaired; that too, absolutely free-of-cost. Of Course, a company technician would be the sole person offering this service. An outsider would, on the contrary, end up giving a ‘paid service’ tag to the same. It must be noted that company would not bear the responsibility of losses incurred by customer due to defects caused in this hand vacuum.


    • Twister Technology

    • Hard surfaces can be easily cleaned


    • Charging time-span of around twenty hours required initially

    • A bit tough to get ‘in and out’ of the charger

      Overall Review

      Shark SV736 Cordless Handvac has been solidly built. It has been well-balanced; along with being substantial in hand. The device is capable of holding charge for around 30 minutes. Also, it makes provisions for a lot of ‘suction power’ to vacuum up just around any mess found.

      One can find the mentioned hand vacuum perfect with regards to hard surfaces and upholstery. A motorized brush is provided with this handy little machine which does a splendid job of having loosened pet hair and the other debris from ‘fibers’.

      A portable ‘crevice tool’ has also been provided with the device; which can be used to clean corners; apart from the other petite spaces wherein there is a likelihood of dirt getting collected.

      This machine is said to require charging time-span of 20 hours on the initial level. Hence, one must wait for some time prior to counting on the use.

      The user must also plan out on ‘regular emptying’, filter replacement, and filter cleaning every 3 months for enabling the unit to run smoothly.

      A wall-mounting bracket (optional) has been included with this unit. This bracket needs access to outlet having voltage of 120 V; apart from a petite drill to install.

      Unlike certain models, the machine happens to charge in ‘nozzle-upward position. Due to this, it can seem of being somewhat awkward in terms of getting in as well as out of charger.

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