Black&Decker SmartSelect Steam Mop w/Handle Command

**Item: **Black+%26Decker SmartSelect Steam Mop w/Handle Command
Price: $69.99
Shipping Options: $5 Standard OR $12 Two-Day OR $15 One-Day
Condition: New

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Mop up some info on the Product Page

Time to learn all about the warranty

If you don’t need the bling here but want to move up from a dry pad, this one
Libman Freedom Spray Mop
is a really nice choice. Reservoir/hinge/spray mechanism/pad attachment system all well made. Soft pad rinses clean easily, even when attached.

Looks like a much better tool than “The Shark,” which I loved until it needed a simple part and the company would not service it or sell me the part.

But NewEgg.com sells this everyday for $79.99 with no tax or shipping…

http://204.14.213.185/Product/Product.aspx?Item=0G1-0024-00004&Tpk=0G1-0024-00004

[MOD: Different model.]

This is different than the unit on Newegg for 79. The Newegg model you mention is the bdh1720. The model here on Woot is the bdh1760 at 119.99. This is a solid Woot!

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=0G1-0024-00006&Tpk=Bdh1760

4.0 out of 5 stars on Amazon Doesn’t look to bad.

5 star: (18)
4 star: (14)
3 star: (5)
2 star: (0)
1 star: (4)

This looks a lot like the Shark I bought a couple years back. It left water spots on both hardwood and my basement stained concrete floor. Wouldn’t pick up dried liquid such as spilled milk or orange juice and left a hazy film also. Worst purchase ever and returned to store bought from.

The Shark worked great for us on our glossy white tile, but it broke after only a few months, and like Barnz said above, we had no luck getting the manufacturer to repair it.

Been looking for a replacement from a reputable brand, and I think Woot just delivered exactly what I was looking for :slight_smile:

Yeah, Shark isn’t real big on customer service are they? My Shark stopped producing steam after only 4 uses. When I called Shark, their response was basically “We don’t know why it doesn’t work and nor do we care.” So helpful…