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Samsung Jet 75 Stick Cordless Lightweight Vacuum Cleaner with Removable Long Lasting Battery and 200 Air Watt Suction Power, Complete with 180 Deg Swivel Brush, Titan Silver Jet 75 Base

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60 MINUTE BATTERY LIFE – Use your vacuum up to 60 minutes of uninterrupted cleaning before a recharge is needed or easily swap the battery with a spare
ADVANCED PERFORMANCE – Clean hardwood, tile, and carpeting thanks to the vacuum’s 200 Air Watts of intense suction power
LIGHTWEIGHT DESIGN – Built to go around your home with ease at a mere 6 pounds, the Jet 75 makes it easy to vacuum stairs, reach beneath sofas or appliances, clean high cabinets, window blinds and more
TURBO ACTION BRUSH – Rotating more than 3,700 times a minute and with 180° swivel flexibility the Turbo Action Brush cleans dust, hair, and other debris on multiple surfaces
JET CYCLONE – Keep debris from building up on the filter with the powerful multi-cyclonic system that pushes dirt into the dustbin

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Style:Jet 75 Base The Samsung Jet™ 75 Complete Cordless Stick Vacuum is equipped for optimal convenience and performance. Use your vacuum up to 60 minutes of uninterrupted cleaning before a recharge is needed or easily swap the battery with a spare.* Use the Turbo Action Brush across multiple surfaces thanks to the stick vacuum’s 200 Air Watts** of intense suction power and 180° swivel flexibility; the 5-layer HEPA filtration system works in tandem with the brush to filter 99.999%*** of microdust, ensuring a complete clean of your home. The lightweight design pairs well with this intense suction power, making hard to reach places all the more easy. Use the cordless vacuum cleaner without interruption as consistent suction prevents dirt build-up on the filter**** and rest easy knowing the filter is dishwasher safe. Additional brush heads and tools round out the Jet™ 75’s arsenal like the soft brush for hardwood and tile, the mini motorized tool for reducing allergens, and the crevice tool for reaching tight or awkward areas. When you’re done cleaning, mount your vacuum on a wall or in a closet to both maximize space and charge your device at the same time.

*Stated run time applies to the minimum power level with a non motorized tool attached. Spare battery purchased separately.
**Tested internally using IEC62885-2. cl.5.9, and IEC62885-2, cl. 5.11 test standards.
***Based on internal testing, using Max mode, in accordance with the IEC62885-2 cl. 5.11 standard.
****Based on internal testing using the IEC62885-2. cl.5.9. compared with Samsung VS80N8014KR/EN.

Specification: Samsung Jet 75 Stick Cordless Lightweight Vacuum Cleaner with Removable Long Lasting Battery and 200 Air Watt Suction Power, Complete with 180 Deg Swivel Brush, Titan Silver Jet 75 Base

Weight 6.2 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 × 9.8 × 44.5 in

16 reviews for Samsung Jet 75 Stick Cordless Lightweight Vacuum Cleaner with Removable Long Lasting Battery and 200 Air Watt Suction Power, Complete with 180 Deg Swivel Brush, Titan Silver Jet 75 Base

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  1. Amazon Addict

    I was surprised to see no reviews for the Jet 75 and there is no youtube videos either. Before I made my purchase I relied on the youtube reviews of the Jet 90 which is essentially the same vacuum but with the mop attachment (as far as I gathered.) Just to give you a little background: We have tiles, laminate and area rugs. I come from using mid range corded vacuums and I have never made such an expensive purchase before for a cleaning tool. We have two dogs, one of which sheds – a mini pincher, the other one does not- wheaten terrier. You might say that given the small size of the mini pincher, I shouldn’t complain about the hair on the floor and furniture but believe me, I vacuum 2 times a day and there is still hair to be cleaned. I initially purchased a cheaper stick vacuum which did not satisfy my cleaning needs but did show me that you can’t beat the convenience of cordless if you vacuum multiple times a day. So here I am, giving you my initial thoughts on this “monster” of a vacuum stick. The Jet 75 is very powerful! You wouldn’t believe it! I am beyond impressed with the suction power and ease of use. Here are my pros and cons: Pros: – cordless (obviously) – power – the low setting is fine (about 110-120 AW), mid level is awesome (around 140-150 AW), and the high is insane (around 200 AW.) It actually makes it a bit hard to vacuum a carpet on high cause it sucks so hard and needs a stronger push -some may consider this a con where I don’t mind it. No such issues on tile or hardwood floors. – attachments – there are plenty with my favorites- fabric/furniture/bedding brush and the elbow flex attachment. – great range of motion all around. Cons: – it’s a bit heavy in the hand- most of the weight is in the battery but that’s not something you can part with to use it. – no LED floor light- it really helps to have it and I don’t know why Samsung chose not to integrate it to the unit. I just purchased a battery operated closet stick led which I plan to mount on the front. Just ordered it today so not sure how well my plan would work yet. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B089JYP45L/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_HywnFbY14M8Z9 – mine came with no documentation- very odd as it didn’t appear to be a used item. All is available online but I guess I’m used to Samsung’s manual books. Overall, this is an amazing stick vacuum! If you are in the market for one, I would highly suggest you add this to your comparing list. Personally, I was torn between the Jet 75 and the LG A9. The mate red LG which is in the same price point as the Jet 75, comes with an additional battery but suction strength is rated at 140 AW. Also, the LG comes with a floor stand should you not want to attach it to a wall or inside a cabinet. I went for the power. But why not a Dyson, you ask? To me Dyson’s are overpriced for the mediocre job they are able to achieve. One of my closest friends has a Dyson stick. The vacuum is a joke. I can’t even compare it to the Jet 75 because you shouldn’t compare apples to lemons . The only suggestion I would give is to look up the suction power and compare. At this time, a 200 AW Dyson costs $1000. It’s insane what good marketing can do for a business lol I didn’t mean to make this review so long but wanted to share my experience. If you have any questions, please free to ask and if I can, I’ll give you an answer. Overall, the Jet 75 is awesome and if you are willing to spend the money, I very highly recommend it.Read more

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  2. Amazon Customer

    Best thing since sliced bread. I am already a samsung fan so I knew it was going to be good. I owned three Dyson vacuums before, and two of them are wireless ( v8 and v10). This samsung completely blew them out of water. Things I think this samsung is superior: 1. It can be used with samsung clean station, which is a godsend for people dreading cleaning the dust bin. 2. I like the samsung interface better. 3. It has three heads for the price. For same price Dyson will give you only two. 4. Charging station is better designed and is more stable after installation. Only minor thing to complaint is that the outer package seal seems opened. Everything inside seems intact and properly sealed and looks brand new; so not going deduct one star just for that. I only used it for one day. I will update if I have complaints in the future.Read more

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  3. Raminak

    It looks as if it has been returned once or twice. The tapes were retaped, there were few specks of dust in the suction casing. Off scratches. Ended up buying one from Samsung directly.Read more

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  4. CP

    Edit: I didn’t get this free, paid for it. Box arrived opened as it was sealed with one piece of tape. The product box looks like it’s been re-taped as well. Returned and ordered from Samsung. This vacuum has a higher peak suction than the V10 but the battery only lasts 6 minutes. I haven’t run scientific testing but the Jet on medium seems to be about as powerful as the Dyson on max. The Jet on max produces 200 air Watts of power (whatever that means) and on shaggy carpet, the Jet can be difficult to push unlike the Dyson. The sound level on the Jet is MUCH quieter than the Dyson V10 on any level. The Jet is heavier than the Dyson, it’s noticeable. Samsung says the Jet is 6 lbs but it feels heavier. The Jet battery is removable/replaceable unlike the Dyson. It comes with a wall dock and charger but there’s no way to plug the charger directly into the vacuum like the Dyson. The dustbin on the Jet doesn’t have a bottom opening hatch. You have to remove the dustbin, take out the filter/center portion and empty the dustbin. It’s kind of a hassle so I got the Clean Station which automagically empties the bin (a special bin that’s included with the clean station). Overall as a vacuum, the Samsung Jet is better than the Dyson. It’s heavier than the V10 but if purchased with the Clean Station, eliminates a big issue I had with the Dyson.Read more

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  5. MyHonestOpinion

    Final thoughts: Should of went with my guts and bought a vac from a company that specializes in vacuum. I pounced on the sale and purchased 2 of them, since my parents are elderly and cannot carry them between floors. One unit heats up very quickly, and if I did not have a second unit for reference, I would just think it’s part of the design but I don’t think it’s suppose to get has hot as it gets. I stupidly tried resolving the issue with Samsung instead of just replacing under Amazons policy when it was still valid and now it’s a complete nightmare dealing with Samsung. It will need to be shipping out to be looked at and determined if there’s a “manufacturing defect” before they will fix it. Spend the extra couple of bucks, buy a Dyson, or even Tineco. ————— EDIT: changing my 3 star review down to 1, not because the product has changed or not performed like usual, it I finally had a chance to go thru the manuals and the “warranty card”. Basically Samsung states that they want to honor the shortest warranty possible, and it sounds like they have all kinds of stipulations before you can make a warranty claim should anything happen to your machine. Samsung is not particularly known for vacuums, so a warranty would of been nice to give you peace of mind, but from the sounds of reading their card that’s placed in every box, and the reviews that has state Samsung makes it almost impossible to make any warranty claims, I don’t suggest this product at all. Tineco has a 2-year warranty that’s relatively hassle-free, that alone is worth going with Tineco over Samsung should you not want to spend on a Dyson. —————————————— Original review: Reading reviews, you’d think this think was actually better then a Dyson. It’s definitely not comparable to the V11, and anyone that tells you it is either never used a Dyson V11 before or trying to make themselves feel better about not getting a Dyson. The dust canister is smaller, and like the Dyson there’s no LEDs on the front of their brush heads. I thought this would be an upgrade from my Tineco but it’s really not, if anything the lack of LEDs makes it less useful and suction doesn’t seem to be on par with the Dyson V11.Read more

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  6. Jim Hickman

    I’ve never had a vacuum cleaner that, on the highest setting, has almost too much suction. A friend of mine has a much more expensive big-name-brand unit — but it doesn’t have this kind of power.Read more

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  7. Mel D’Souza

    Great design and performance. Hoping its built to last.Read more

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  8. Amazon Customer

    Great!Read more

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  9. Amazon Addict

    I was surprised to see no reviews for the Jet 75 and there is no youtube videos either. Before I made my purchase I relied on the youtube reviews of the Jet 90 which is essentially the same vacuum but with the mop attachment (as far as I gathered.) Just to give you a little background: We have tiles, laminate and area rugs. I come from using mid range corded vacuums and I have never made such an expensive purchase before for a cleaning tool. We have two dogs, one of which sheds – a mini pincher, the other one does not- wheaten terrier. You might say that given the small size of the mini pincher, I shouldn’t complain about the hair on the floor and furniture but believe me, I vacuum 2 times a day and there is still hair to be cleaned. I initially purchased a cheaper stick vacuum which did not satisfy my cleaning needs but did show me that you can’t beat the convenience of cordless if you vacuum multiple times a day. So here I am, giving you my initial thoughts on this “monster” of a vacuum stick. The Jet 75 is very powerful! You wouldn’t believe it! I am beyond impressed with the suction power and ease of use. Here are my pros and cons: Pros: – cordless (obviously) – power – the low setting is fine (about 110-120 AW), mid level is awesome (around 140-150 AW), and the high is insane (around 200 AW.) It actually makes it a bit hard to vacuum a carpet on high cause it sucks so hard and needs a stronger push -some may consider this a con where I don’t mind it. No such issues on tile or hardwood floors. – attachments – there are plenty with my favorites- fabric/furniture/bedding brush and the elbow flex attachment. – great range of motion all around. Cons: – it’s a bit heavy in the hand- most of the weight is in the battery but that’s not something you can part with to use it. – no LED floor light- it really helps to have it and I don’t know why Samsung chose not to integrate it to the unit. I just purchased a battery operated closet stick led which I plan to mount on the front. Just ordered it today so not sure how well my plan would work yet. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B089JYP45L/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_HywnFbY14M8Z9 – mine came with no documentation- very odd as it didn’t appear to be a used item. All is available online but I guess I’m used to Samsung’s manual books. Overall, this is an amazing stick vacuum! If you are in the market for one, I would highly suggest you add this to your comparing list. Personally, I was torn between the Jet 75 and the LG A9. The mate red LG which is in the same price point as the Jet 75, comes with an additional battery but suction strength is rated at 140 AW. Also, the LG comes with a floor stand should you not want to attach it to a wall or inside a cabinet. I went for the power. But why not a Dyson, you ask? To me Dyson’s are overpriced for the mediocre job they are able to achieve. One of my closest friends has a Dyson stick. The vacuum is a joke. I can’t even compare it to the Jet 75 because you shouldn’t compare apples to lemons . The only suggestion I would give is to look up the suction power and compare. At this time, a 200 AW Dyson costs $1000. It’s insane what good marketing can do for a business lol I didn’t mean to make this review so long but wanted to share my experience. If you have any questions, please free to ask and if I can, I’ll give you an answer. Overall, the Jet 75 is awesome and if you are willing to spend the money, I very highly recommend it.Read more

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  10. Amazon Customer

    Best thing since sliced bread. I am already a samsung fan so I knew it was going to be good. I owned three Dyson vacuums before, and two of them are wireless ( v8 and v10). This samsung completely blew them out of water. Things I think this samsung is superior: 1. It can be used with samsung clean station, which is a godsend for people dreading cleaning the dust bin. 2. I like the samsung interface better. 3. It has three heads for the price. For same price Dyson will give you only two. 4. Charging station is better designed and is more stable after installation. Only minor thing to complaint is that the outer package seal seems opened. Everything inside seems intact and properly sealed and looks brand new; so not going deduct one star just for that. I only used it for one day. I will update if I have complaints in the future.Read more

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  11. Raminak

    It looks as if it has been returned once or twice. The tapes were retaped, there were few specks of dust in the suction casing. Off scratches. Ended up buying one from Samsung directly.Read more

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  12. CP

    Edit: I didn’t get this free, paid for it. Box arrived opened as it was sealed with one piece of tape. The product box looks like it’s been re-taped as well. Returned and ordered from Samsung. This vacuum has a higher peak suction than the V10 but the battery only lasts 6 minutes. I haven’t run scientific testing but the Jet on medium seems to be about as powerful as the Dyson on max. The Jet on max produces 200 air Watts of power (whatever that means) and on shaggy carpet, the Jet can be difficult to push unlike the Dyson. The sound level on the Jet is MUCH quieter than the Dyson V10 on any level. The Jet is heavier than the Dyson, it’s noticeable. Samsung says the Jet is 6 lbs but it feels heavier. The Jet battery is removable/replaceable unlike the Dyson. It comes with a wall dock and charger but there’s no way to plug the charger directly into the vacuum like the Dyson. The dustbin on the Jet doesn’t have a bottom opening hatch. You have to remove the dustbin, take out the filter/center portion and empty the dustbin. It’s kind of a hassle so I got the Clean Station which automagically empties the bin (a special bin that’s included with the clean station). Overall as a vacuum, the Samsung Jet is better than the Dyson. It’s heavier than the V10 but if purchased with the Clean Station, eliminates a big issue I had with the Dyson.Read more

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  13. MyHonestOpinion

    Final thoughts: Should of went with my guts and bought a vac from a company that specializes in vacuum. I pounced on the sale and purchased 2 of them, since my parents are elderly and cannot carry them between floors. One unit heats up very quickly, and if I did not have a second unit for reference, I would just think it’s part of the design but I don’t think it’s suppose to get has hot as it gets. I stupidly tried resolving the issue with Samsung instead of just replacing under Amazons policy when it was still valid and now it’s a complete nightmare dealing with Samsung. It will need to be shipping out to be looked at and determined if there’s a “manufacturing defect” before they will fix it. Spend the extra couple of bucks, buy a Dyson, or even Tineco. ————— EDIT: changing my 3 star review down to 1, not because the product has changed or not performed like usual, it I finally had a chance to go thru the manuals and the “warranty card”. Basically Samsung states that they want to honor the shortest warranty possible, and it sounds like they have all kinds of stipulations before you can make a warranty claim should anything happen to your machine. Samsung is not particularly known for vacuums, so a warranty would of been nice to give you peace of mind, but from the sounds of reading their card that’s placed in every box, and the reviews that has state Samsung makes it almost impossible to make any warranty claims, I don’t suggest this product at all. Tineco has a 2-year warranty that’s relatively hassle-free, that alone is worth going with Tineco over Samsung should you not want to spend on a Dyson. —————————————— Original review: Reading reviews, you’d think this think was actually better then a Dyson. It’s definitely not comparable to the V11, and anyone that tells you it is either never used a Dyson V11 before or trying to make themselves feel better about not getting a Dyson. The dust canister is smaller, and like the Dyson there’s no LEDs on the front of their brush heads. I thought this would be an upgrade from my Tineco but it’s really not, if anything the lack of LEDs makes it less useful and suction doesn’t seem to be on par with the Dyson V11.Read more

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  14. Jim Hickman

    I’ve never had a vacuum cleaner that, on the highest setting, has almost too much suction. A friend of mine has a much more expensive big-name-brand unit — but it doesn’t have this kind of power.Read more

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  15. Mel D’Souza

    Great design and performance. Hoping its built to last.Read more

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  16. Amazon Customer

    Great!Read more

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