The Shark UltraCyclone Pet Pro+ is a cordless handheld vacuum designed for powerful suction. It comes with a motorized self-cleaning Pet Power Brush that eliminates hair wrap, a lithium-ion battery, CleanTouch dirt ejector, and more, at only 2.8 lbs.
Ultra-Powerful Cyclonic Air Streams
Help maintain suction and deliver long-lasting filter and motor life.
Self-Cleaning Pet Power Brush
Detachable, self-cleaning Pet Power Brush eliminates hair wrap from floors, upholstery, and the brushroll.
Clean everywhere faster and easier with a portable cordless vacuum weighing only 2.8 lbs.
Easy filter cleanup for suction that lasts.
CleanTouch Dirt Eject
Easy hands-free debris disposal with the push of a button, so you keep clear of the mess.
Lithium-ion battery technology ensures lasting power and performance.
Comes with a crevice tool and scrubbing brush to help clean hard-to-reach places and remove stuck-on dirt.
XL Dust Cup
Extra-large dust cup capacity to handle big jobs.
Shark UltraCyclone Pet Pro+ CH951 Cordless Hand Vac with Self-Cleaning Pet Power Brush
Self-cleaning pet power brush, crevice tool, scrubbing brush
A:AnswerThe vac includes a 2000ma battery. The motor is rated for 8amps draw (87w), which if you plug in those numbers to: https://www.digikey.com/en/resources/conversion-calculators/conversion-calculator-battery-life, you get 15m. Of course if you use the pet powered brush, it consumes ‘12w’ as rated by its sticker. That’s 1.1a additional, bringing our calculated runtime down to 13m. Empirically - that bears out - as I’ve gotten about 15m of runtime before it shuts down without the pet brush. I haven’t used the pet brush longer than 10m, but I’d assume it’d be pushing near the bottom fifth of the battery.
It’s just cool to see the math, and designed capacities bear out in real life. As with any lithium battery, it will lose capacity over time, but hopefully it’ll last much better than the old NiCad batteries of yesteryear. Hopefully this helps!
A:AnswerDust on keyboards is tricky. Suction - this would do fine. But channeling that suction and getting the appropriate ‘scrubbing’ bristles to get it moving is the challenge. The scrubbing attachment found here is pretty short - so if we’re talking about a laptop keyboard, maybe. Otherwise I’d recommend looking at something with the appropriate nozzle sizes. There are a lot of cheap options on amazon, but also Shark has sold attachment sets for its other standard upright vacuums in the past with hoses, and detail nozzles/brushes. Unfortunately those won’t work with this nozzle design, but if you have another shark vacuum search for “Shark Micro vacuum accessory kit” and you should be able to find a kit that will give you a small hose and detail brushes.