Samsung Jet 90 Stick Vacuum Review: Dust cannot escape from this one


Samsung Jet 90 Complete Stick Cordless Vacuum Cleaner

“Dust cannot escape the suction power of the Samsung Jet 90 Complete Cordless Stick Vacuum, and no dirt is disposed of.”

  • HEPA filter catches fine dust

  • Versatile set of cleaning tools

  • Including charging station

  • Lightweight construction

  • The brush can still get tangled up with hair

  • 3.5 hours charging time for the battery

Cordless vacuums seem to be all the rage these days. Businesses have paid a lot of attention to them because of their powerful suction, versatile accessories, and ability to fit into the tightest nooks and crannies. The Samsung Jet 90 Complete Cordless Stick Vacuum offers all of these basic features and takes home air quality seriously with a clean station that removes all debris – so dust and allergens don’t get back into the air after every cleaning. Do you really need an automatic disposal system for your vacuum? Let’s find out.

Easy contender grabs a punch

Compared to other vacuum cleaners I’ve tested, the Samsung Jet 90 Complete Cordless Stick Vacuum is one of the slimmer options out there. It’s certainly lighter and not that bulky, which is always good, but I’m surprised at how slimmer it looks than the mighty Dyson V11 Torque Drive. Weighing 6.17 pounds, it can be easily handled for all types of cleaning.

Samsung Jet 90 Complete base station for battery stick vacuum charging stationJohn Velasco / Digital Trends

When cleaning floors and carpets, I like how the Turbo Action Brush can be expanded to accommodate everyone – big or small, it can be adjusted correctly. With a suction power of 200 watts, the Jet 90 perfectly catches embedded debris and dust that is stuck deep in carpets. I was impressed with the amount of fine dust particles that could be caught with the 5-layer HEPA filter system, but you should set the suction power to Max for best results. Although it is capable of pulling in hair, I still found a few little tangles with the Turbo Action Brush.

It is powerful enough to suck deeply embedded particles from carpets.

For hardwoods and tiles, the soft brush supplied has a gentle surface that does not scratch the floor. It’s also particularly handy for picking up cat litter from the floor as it holds the trash in place when the brush runs over it.

It may seem quaint, but the Samsung Jet 90 Complete Cordless Stick Vacuum’s 0.8-liter trash can is a bit larger compared to its competitors – the Dyson V11 Torque Drive and LG CordZero A9 have a 0.75-liter and 0.75-liter trash can, respectively 0.39 l.

Samsung Jet 90 Complete cordless vacuum cleanerJohn Velasco / Digital Trends

Overall, it’s an excellent all-round performer who can tackle almost anything. Sure, its suction isn’t as strong as the Dyson V11 Torque Drive, but it has enough pressure to suck deeply embedded particles from carpets.

Ingeniously designed accessories

Samsung offers a range of accessories for the Jet 90, including the Turbo Action Brush, Soft Brush, Splitting Tool, Brush Tool, and a combination tool that is ideal for furniture. The design of these accessories shows a degree of ingenuity as some of them can be articulated beyond their standard actions. For example, you can use the splitting tool to get a little more stretch – so that even more suction is applied.

What’s even better is that the package includes a charging station. We are seeing more and more cordless vacuum cleaners offering this, but it gets better here because it includes some accessories too. However, only two accessories can be hung on the base station, so three need to be placed elsewhere (you can of course attach one of the brushes to the vacuum).

Samsung Jet 90 Complete accessories for cordless vacuum cleanersJohn Velasco / Digital Trends

However, once it clicks into place, the 2850 mA battery will recharge. This battery is designed for 60 minutes on a full charge, which is exactly what I clocked with the vacuum. However, it takes a whopping 3.5 hours to charge. There’s actually another dock out there that can charge a spare battery, but you’d have to buy one separately for $ 150.

Do you really need an automated disposal system?

Car disposal systems are becoming more common among robotic vacuum cleaners. It only makes sense because they are self-sufficient autonomous and clean, which is good for us as the entire cleaning process means very little to no interaction from us humans. Now it looks like the trend is coming to cordless vacuum cleaners too.

The Samsung Jet 90 is the first cordless vacuum cleaner I have tested to offer an optional automatic disposal system, the Samsung Clean Station. It can be mistaken for a kind of charging station, but it has a 5-layer HEPA filter system that sucks in the contents of the Jet 90’s trash can so that dirt and debris do not get into the house. It can be difficult to empty a trash can over a trash can.

With the Samsung Clean Station, however, you simply take the garbage can out of the vacuum cleaner and put it in the compartment – and it sucks in the contents at the push of a button. As simple as that.

But is that really necessary? I honestly don’t think so, mostly because it will get you back another $ 199 to pick up the Samsung Clean Station. You just might be more careful emptying the vacuum cleaner’s trash can. However, for those who are special or more prone to dust, this is an option.

Our opinion

The Samsung Jet 90 Complete Cordless Stick Vacuum is a great model that has what it takes to make it an effective home cleaning tool. It’s pricey at $ 500, but it’s still less than the comparable Dyson V11 Torque Drive ($ 600) and LG CordZero A9 ($ 550). Alone you get a solid cordless vacuum that is easy to maneuver, swallows dirt, and comes with smartly designed accessories and base station.

How long it will take?

It’s mainly made of sturdy plastic, which adds to its lightweight feel. It feels well made and solid, so it should last a long time. Samsung offers one 1 year limited warranty that covers parts and labor due to defects.

Is there a better alternative?

If you prefer suction, the Dyson V11 Torque Drive can clean carpets more thoroughly – and the brush does not tend to tangle hair there. You pay more, but suction power is hard to beat. Alternatively, the LG CordZero A9 offers something similar with its package while inserting a spare battery to give users a longer cleaning time.

Should you buy it?

Yes, you will be amazed at the fine dust particles it can absorb and contain.

Editor’s recommendations