Anti-Allergen Solutions

Does someone in your household suffer with allergies?

Shark Anti-Allergen Filtration Vacuum Cleaners

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Shark Classic Anti Hair Wrap Cordless Stick Pet Vacuum IZ201UKT
Price
£ 229.99
£ 379.99
0% interest from £19.17/month
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Shark Anti Hair Wrap Upright Pet Vacuum NZ850UKT
Price
£ 189.00
£ 369.99
0% interest from £31.50/month

Cleaning can be troublesome for allergy and asthma sufferers, disturbing settled dust and throwing symptom-triggering allergens into the air. Whether you suffer with hayfever, pollen or dust allergies, or are sensitive to pet dander, discover the best Shark products to help you breathe easy at home.


Some HEPA vacuums don’t effectively seal their filter in, so dust, allergens and irritants can be blown out into your home. That’s why Shark invented Anti-Allergen Complete Seal, containing our high efficiency filters within a completely sealed vacuum cleaner unit. The only route out for the air is through the filter, capturing and trapping 99.9% of dust and allergens inside the vacuum*. Available on selected vacuum cleaners.

Shark Air Purifiers

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Shark Air Purifier 4 HE400UK
Price
£ 179.99
£ 279.99
0% interest from £30.00/month
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Shark Air Purifier 6 HE600UK
Price
£ 199.99
£ 349.99
0% interest from £16.67/month

Efficiently remove allergens, mould, smoke, pollen and more from your home’s air. Shark air purifiers feature Multi-Stage Filtration which traps dirt, dander and particles, captures 99.97% of pollutants and allergens at 0.3 microns, and neutralises odours with a charcoal layer.

Allergy FAQs

Klik ‘n' Flip Technology

What are the most common indoor allergens?

According to the NHS, one of the biggest causes of allergies are dust mites, tiny creatures found in household dust. Other common allergens include domestic pets, mould spores and pollen.

Dirt Grip Technology

How do I get rid of allergens in my home?

Allergy proof your home by cleaning regularly with a Shark high efficiency air filter vacuum and using a Shark air purifier with multi-staged filtration.

Lift-Away Technology

What is the best vacuum cleaner for allergies?

Vacuum cleaners with HEPA filters are often recommended for allergy sufferers, as they are designed to remove even very small dust particles from the air. But filters alone are not enough - that’s why we have developed Anti-Allergen Complete Seal. This technology ensures particles are sealed into your vacuum cleaner and won’t escape back into the air you breathe.

Steam Blaster

Which vacuum accessories are best for allergy sufferers?

Easily remove dust and allergens from surfaces including shelves, blinds and more at a variety of angles, with super-soft bristles and soft felt to lift fine, stuck-on dust.

Included with selected cordless vacuum cleaners and available to purchase separately.

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Shark Anti-Allergen Dusting Brush
  • Compatible with

    IZ201, IZ251

Price
£ 14.99
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Shark Anti-Allergen Dusting Brush
  • Compatible with

    IZ300, IZ320

Price
£ 14.99
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Shark Anti-Allergen Dusting Brush
  • Compatible with

    ICZ300, HZ500, NV602, NV612, NV620, NV702

Price
£ 14.99

*Based on IEC standard 62885-2 Cl. 5.11 at 0.3 to 10 microns.
**Sanitisation studies were conducted under controlled test conditions. Household conditions and results may vary. See Instruction Booklet for details.
Source: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/allergies/prevention/