Shark Rocket vs Navigator what’s the difference?


The major difference between Shark Rocket and Navigator is the design. Shark Rocket is an upright/handheld 2 in 1 light vacuum while the Navigator is only an upright.

Shark Rocket vs Shark Navigator

 Shark RocketShark Navigator
Shark Navigator
DesignUpright / HandheldUpright
Power SourceCordedCorded
Cord LengthFrom 27 feet to 32 feet, depends on the model you buy, HV300 = 27', HV301 = 30', HV302 = 30', HV302Q = 30', HV300W = 32'30 feet
Technical Specifications120V., 60Hz, 500 Watts, 4.2 Amps120V., 60Hz, 1200 Watts, 10 Amps
Bagged or BaglessBaglessBagless
Dust Cup Capacity0.472 dry quarts2.4 dry quarts, much larger than the Shark Rocket.
Brushroll Speeds2 speeds, slow and high speeds for cleaning different surfacesone speed
Suction ControlNo
no control to regulate the suction.
No
Weightunder 8 pounds
much lighter than the Navigator
about 15 pounds
Dimensions46" x 9.8" x 10.5" (H x W x D)43.7” x 14” x 11.9”
HEPA FilterNoNo
Wall MountYesNA
HeadlightsNoNo
Swivel SteeringYesNo
Manual Height AdjustmentNo
no way to adjust the height of the vac manually to match carpet's/rug's pile height.
No
ColorOrange and BlueLavender/Purple
ManualShark Rocket Manual Download Link from Official SiteShark Navigator Manual Download Link from Official Site
Warranty5 year5 year
CostShark Rocket is more expensive than the Shark Navigator.

Overall, if you want a lighter, more portable and versatile vacuum cleaner, then the Shark Rocket better fits your needs; if you need a compact upright with a larger dust cup, then go with Shark Navigator.

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