The Shark Detect Pro Cordless Vacuum Is Back Down To Its Lowest Price Ever

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SAVE $100: The Shark IW3511 Detect Pro cordless vacuum with auto-empty system is just $349.99 at Amazon, down from the normal price of $449.99. That’s a 22% discount and matches the lowest price we’ve ever seen.

The world of cordless vacuums is constantly upgrading and innovating with new features and better battery life. Unfortunately, these advances often come with a steep price tag. If you’ve been searching for a more budget-friendly cordless vacuum, today’s deal at Amazon could be your ticket to actually enjoying the task of vacuuming.

As of Feb. 15, the Shark IW3511 Detect Pro cordless vacuum with auto-empty system is just $349.99 at Amazon, down from the standard list price of $449.99. That’s a savings of $100, or a discount of 22%, and matches the lowest price we’ve seen. It’s also priced much lower than some of the beloved Dyson cordless vacuums that can run $700.

The Shark Detect Pro packs some pretty great features, especially considering today’s sale price of under $350; one of the most unique is its auto-empty system. The included dock serves as a convenient place to store the vacuum, but it also serves as its charging system and dust bin. The vacuum automatically empties into the bagless base and can hold up to 30 days’ worth of debris (no dumping for a whole month!). Thanks to the HEPA filter, it does so while capturing 99.97% of dust and allergens.

The Shark Detect Pro also has impressive battery life, operating for up to 60 minutes on a single charge. Shark also designed the cordless vacuum to be lighter so it’s easier to use. You can also use the Detect Pro as a hand vacuum.

If the price of a Dyson cordless vacuum leaves you feeling uneasy, today’s deal on the Shark IW3511 Detect Pro is a great way to enter the world of actually getting enjoyment out of vacuuming. But if you’d rather forget vacuuming even exists, perhaps a robot vacuum is right for you.

Lauren Allain is a freelance journalist covering deals at Mashable. She graduated from Western Washington University with a B.A. in journalism and holds an M.B.A from Webster Leiden. You can find more of her work online from publications including Reader’s Digest, U.S. News & World Report, Seattle Refined, and more. When she’s not writing, Lauren prefers to be outside hiking, bouldering, swimming, or searching for the perfect location for all three.

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