Our Shark NV752 vs. NV751 Vacuum Comparison for 2020

Do you want all the functionality of a Dyson without the crippling price tag?

If so, Shark is an industry legend with a hard-won reputation for producing top-tier, technology-driven vacuums at a very reasonable price point.

With so many models up for grabs, choosing the best model can seem confusing.

Today, we’ll compare 2 of Sharks bagless models from the Rotator range. We’ll be looking at the NV751 and the NV752 so you can see at a glance which of these mighty uprights makes the best sense for your cleaning requirements.

We’ll dive straight in by breaking down the key features of each Rotator.

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Features

NV751 Deluxe Features

The Rotator packs 3-in-1 functionality. Hitting a button allows you to move from a capable upright through to a canister and a handheld pod with a motorized brushroll for all your cleaning needs.

Controls are ergonomic and within easy reach, so you can move confidently from surface to surface without breaking your stride.

Specifications
  • 3-in-1 functionality
  • Ergonomic controls
  • 1200-watt motor
  • LED headlights
  • HEPA filter
  • Hard floor genie

The 1200-watt motor gives you all the suction you need while the 12-inch cleaning path helps you power through your work.

If you’re cleaning in dim environments, the LED headlights are a nice touch.

With Shark’s Complete Seal technology and superb HEPA-filtration system, it eliminates even the finest airborne pathogens. So, the air in your house ends up as clean as the floors.

A Hard Floor Genie is an awesome feature if you want to buff up your bare floors. As well, the mini pet attachment helps quite a bit if you need to suck up any animal hair and dander.

NV752 Features

The majority of the basic features on the NV752 are shared with the NV751.

You’ll get the same potent 1200-watt motor along with impressive 3-in-1 functionality and LED headlights.

While the TruePet also boasts Complete Seal technology to complement its HEPA filter, this animal-oriented model is an excellent design thanks to the TruePet technology.

Specifications
  • 3-in-1 functionality
  • Ergonomic controls
  • 1200-watt motor
  • LED headlights
  • Complete Seal technology
  • HEPA filter
  • TruePet motorized brush

Alongside the mini pet tool, you’ll also enjoy a TruePet motorized brush for any stray and stubborn hairs.

This is also great for cleaning up any impromptu messes your furry friends leave behind without needing to break out the whole vacuum.

If you have cats or dogs at home, it’s well worth focusing on this model to get the job done thoroughly and immaculately.

Design

NV751 Design

The Rotator looks quite similar to a Dyson, and it has many transparent plastic sections to watch the inner workings of the unit.

Finished in a muted silver-gray, this vacuum has a low-to-the-ground look due to its wider bottom. Because of this, you can get more done in less time.

What really stands out about this model is how you can easily switch between a full upright, a canister and a neat little handheld.

The way in which the design mimics that of Dyson seems a deliberate part of Shark’s marketing strategy. Given the enormous price savings you’ll make if you opt for a Rotator instead of a V8, this Rotator hits all the design buttons and serves you up with a sleek-looking appliance.

Shark NV751

NV752 Design

Available in a choice of red and blue, the NV752 looks similar to its counterpart, which is one of the reasons for our comparison.

As with the cheaper alternative, this TruePet model is also designed to break down into smaller units, catering to all your cleaning projects in one nifty vacuum.

Since you can watch the inner workings of the Rotator, you can see at a glance when the dirt container needs emptying out.

With both these vacuums, aesthetics plays an important role as performance. However, this is certainly not a case of form over function.

Shark NV752

Pet Power Brush

NV751 Pet Power Brush

The NV751 deluxe is not expressly designed for animal-lovers. Although, you will get a Pet power brush included which is still great when cleaning up rogue hair.

Where the Hard Floor Genie attachment is not particularly effective, the little brush for dispatching hair certainly gets the job done.

If you have a small pet or separate vacuum for your pets, this lack of pet-specific features shouldn’t be a deal-breaker. If, however, you have a house full of dogs and you prefer the convenience of a single vacuum for all your cleaning requirements, it makes better sense to consider the TruePet.

NV752 Pet Power Brush

As the TruePet name makes abundantly clear, this variant of the Rotator is manufactured with the animal lover in mind.

The independent handheld motorized brush does a fantastic job of eliminating even ground-in and stubborn hair, allowing you to stay on top of the mess left behind by your precious pets.

As an inbuilt bonus, the motor, although supremely potent, also runs very quietly. This is ideal if your cat or dog is skittish and terrified of the average vacuum cleaner.

If you’re wondering where the extra money goes with the TruePet, it’s largely into this additional pet-friendly side of things. So, for anyone with a menagerie of animals in the house, the TruePet is a wonderful weapon.

The Difference Between The Two

Performance and Power

Both versions of the Rotator have the same 1200-watt motor and wide cleaning path, enabling you to surge through your vacuuming in no time.

Never Loses Suction technology is in place on both models. With it, you’ll get fade-free performance even as the dirt container starts to fill up.

Swivel steering helps you to move both models around with ease.

The HEPA-filtration each of these Shark Rotators features gets rid of even the finest of airborne irritants. As such, you can enjoy superior air quality as well as immaculate flooring.

There’s very little to choose between these vacs when it comes to the power and performance side of things.

Attachments

The basic accessories bundled with the Rotators are more than generous.

With both vacuums, you’ll get a Hard Floor Genie, a dusting brush and upholstery brush for buffing up the furniture, as well as a canister caddy. There’s also a bag supplied to keep everything safe and close at hand.

With the NV752, you’ll also get the TruePet tool, a must-have attachment to get rid of any debris left behind by the animals at home.

While a crevice tool would have been appreciated, the way in which both Rotators transform into smaller units at the push of a button gives you all the freedom you need for cleaning in tight spots.

HEPA Filter

Shark provided true HEPA-filtration on both uprights.

To qualify for this rating, the filters must get rid of 99.97% of particles down to as small a size as 0.3 microns. To put this into perspective, that’s hundreds of times thinner than a human hair, so you get great air quality with very little by the way of irritation.

Alongside the HEPA filter is Shark’s Complete Seal Technology that keeps all those nasty pathogens safely tucked away inside.

Controls

With each of these Rotators, controls are the same.

Everything you need sits nicely on the vacuum’s handle. There’s no tedious stopping and bending when you want to manipulate the settings. This comes in especially handy when you’re moving from hardwood floors to carpeting, so you can glide across without breaking your stride or damaging the floor.

Cleaning the house is a tiresome task, and having a carry-on vacuum might be the better option.

We’re not going to pretend vacuuming is an enjoyable chore, but at least with the Rotators, it’s not painful either.

Transforming the upright into the smaller components is as simple as pushing a single button. Then, as the name suggests, it simply lifts away.

Which One Is Better?

With the core functionality and design of these vacuums being almost exactly the same, it’s tough to choose an outright winner.

If money is not your primary concern and you have animals at home shedding lots of hair, you should opt for the NV752. The extra pet tool provided gives you a valuable extra line of defense against the menace of pet hair.

For anyone who doesn’t suffer from hair and dander caused by animals, save a few bucks and choose the NV751. You’ll get all the firepower of its more expensive brother, yet you won’t need to pay more for an attachment that will go unused.

Conclusion

When you’re looking into a Shark Rotator NV751 or NV752, you can rest secure knowing they are both mighty fine cleaning machines.

As the TruePet name makes perfectly clear, the NV752 is designed with animal hair in mind. The choice is a no-brainer if you’ve got cats and dogs at home.

Whichever of these solid vacuums you decide to invest in, you’ll get all the oomph you want alongside first-class filtration.

The final kicker is that both vacuums come with Shark’s legendary 5-year warranty. That means, you can buy either one with complete peace of mind.

Olivera Jancikin

I’ve been a dedicated writer for Clean That Floor for approximately 3 years. I’ve written about various topics, mostly focusing on cleaning products, vacuum cleaners, mops, and simple cleaning solutions for homeowners. I enjoy testing tips and tricks on house maintenance, reviewing both the process and results.

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