Cleaning up is one of those facts of life like taxes – there’s no getting away from it. The only thing the discerning gent can do regarding the clean up is to make it as easy and quick as possible in the aftermath to deal with. Sometimes, the mess isn’t even your fault. Any man with young (or old actually) children or pets can testify – some of the biggest clean up jobs can be the direct result of children/pets in full chaos-creating flow.
But how does one make the clean-up easier? Cleaners can be employed, but the frequency of cleaning – especially with children or pets – as a daily (hourly for some) occurrence isn’t feasible unless you are of the means to employ a live-in cleaner (btw – well done, you). Cleaning products can help but the cleaning still needs to happen. The practicalities of digging out the big home vacuum every time a mess needs to be cleaned can become a laborious task. In these situations, the ease of having something small, yet powerful, and ready to go at your fingertips is the convenience we all need.
The solution? US vacuum cleaning experts, Shark, recently launched the new Cordless Handheld vacuum cleaner (model WV200UK) in the UK this year. Packed with impressive suction – the kind you’d expect from a corded upright vacuum – is perfect for dealing with spot cleaning required in a busy household. It’s light too, weighing in at a mere 1.3kgs, so you can take it anywhere in the home to clean up dry mess and dirt.
One of the things Elysium Magazine really appreciated about this vacuum is the design aspect. Clearly a lot of thought has gone into the creation of this cleaner – it’s sleek and stylish, resembling an upright wine bottle in silhouette when docked into the small charging unit and finished in matt grey. A 2.5hr charge provides just under 10mins of powerful cleaning. So, what the discerning gent has here is an uber cool cleaner that will help him have the place looking uber clean in no time.
RRP £129.99 for the single battery version but expect price deals during the festive season – for more details, visit Shark.