For the past couple years I’ve been using a Shark Light and Easy Steam Mop. It has done a good job, but I have found myself frustrated waiting for it to warm up. I have even plugged it in while I clean another room and come back to find it not fully up to the full steam temperature. Once it reached the temperature I wanted it at – I would be able to mop.
The Agile will work on carpet, fabric, wood, tile and even laminate. In the past I had been worried about using the steam mops for laminate floors. The stairs to our basement have older laminate so I’m usually at a loss on what to use on them. I was very happy to find that the Agile was a great way to clean this space in our house.
There are several things that the HAAN Agile offers – so many that I even put them in a vlog for you! Please forgive Godiva’s appearance and if she distracts me a little (I think she really wants to blog about this).
The overall build of the Agile seems sturdier than the Shark model, and while they’re both about the same size they have a few differences. Check out the chart below!
Easy of Filling
Heat Up Time
11.75″ W x 6.94″ D x 46.5″ H
12 inches (more with pad)
Multi-directional, left right up and down clicks in place
Removable tank to fill and replace
2 floor clothes, 1 stand mat, 1 carpet guard
Shark Light and Easy
10.25″ W x 5″ W x 24.5″ H
10.25 (11 inches with pad)
Pivots but limited in directions
Fixed tank must pour into machine
2-5 minutes (or more)
1 floor cloth, 1 carpet cloth, 1 pouring cup
Now the HAAN Agile retails at $119.95, which is more than you will find the Shark Light and Easy listed at. But is it worth the price difference? Absolutely! It provides an overall better clean, more flexibility and the time saved not waiting on the warm up means a quicker cleaning job!
Special Discount Code:
Right now until September 26th at 12:01 am you can save $15 on a HAAN SI40 Agile Steam Mop! Visit their Website and use code SEPW99 – This is a special discount just for Week 99er readers!