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- Hoover UH70120 Windtunnel Rewind
- Users should look past the Hoover UH70120 Wind Tunnel Rewind's user-friendly features and focus on its lack of performance.
Hoover UH70120 Wind Tunnel Rewind Vacuum Cleaner Review$129.99
Though the Shark NV352 Navigator Lift-Away ($170 MSRP) costs about $40 more than the Hoover UH70120 Windtunnel Rewind, it's just as big of a letdown in performance.
If the Hoover UH70120 Windtunnel Rewind struggled on high carpet (24.3%), then the Shark NV352 Navigator Lift-Away fell off of a cliff with only 10% dirt sucked up. The Shark NV352 Navigator Lift-Away did, however, perform better on both short carpet (70.5%) and hardwood (76.7%).
The Shark NV352 Navigator Lift-Away doesn't offer the carpet height adjustment that the Hoover UH70120 Windtunnel Rewind does and its dirt container isn't nearly as user-friendly. The Shark NV352 does have an edge with its hose, though, as it extends 80 inches, which is a big help to users with high ceilings.
The Hoover UH70120 Windtunnel Rewind is a little below average in noise with 73.8 decibels and the Shark NV352 Navigator Lift-Away is a touch above average with 75 decibels.