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Samsung Bespoke Jet Vacuum Review

Tested using Methodology v1.3
Reviewed May 25, 2022 at 09:42 am
Latest change: Writing modified Apr 09, 2024 at 01:38 pm
Samsung Bespoke Jet Picture
7.2
Bare Floor
7.4
Low-Pile Carpet
7.6
High-Pile Carpet
7.6
Pets
8.6
Stairs
8.3
Cars
5.7
Workshop

The Samsung Bespoke Jet is the flagship model in Samsung's lineup of Jet Stick vacuums, with the brand's most powerful 210 airwatt motor. Unlike cheaper models in the lineup like the Samsung Jet 90 Complete or Samsung Jet 70, it comes bundled with the brand's Integrated Cleaning Station, which sucks debris from the vacuum's dustbin into an external dirtbag inside the charging rack, making for a cleaner means of dirt disposal. It also features a unique dual-brushroll floorhead, which is meant for improved debris pickup on bare floors.

Our Verdict

7.2 Bare Floor

The Samsung Bespoke Jet vacuum is decent for bare floors. While its twin brushroll floorhead can occasionally push around bulkier debris instead of sucking them up, it's still remarkably effective in clearing away finer material. It's also pretty easy to maintain, and its Cleaning Station accessory allows you to empty its dustbin without generating a cloud of dust or debris. Its bulky twin-brushroll floorhead makes it harder to maneuver than many other cordless stick vacuums and doesn't offer a noticeable performance benefit over a universal floorhead with a single bristled brushroll.

Pros
  • Cleaning Station allows you to easily empty out dustbin.
  • Comes with two batteries that can be charged simultaneously.
Cons
  • Pushes around larger debris on hard floors.
  • Cumbersome twin-brushroll floorhead.
7.4 Low-Pile Carpet

The Samsung Bespoke Jet vacuum is a satisfactory option for low-pile carpet. It does a great job of clearing away large and medium-sized debris, but you'll need to make an extra pass to clear away finer material like sand. Its bulky floorhead can also struggle with sucking up debris in corners and along walls. Since it comes with two batteries, both of which you can charge at once, you can use it for quite a while, even in more powerful suction modes. It also feels well-built and has a lightweight construction that's easy to pick up and carry, though its large and bulky floorhead does impede its maneuverability in tight spaces.

Pros
  • Cleaning Station allows you to easily empty out dustbin.
  • Comes with two batteries that can be charged simultaneously.
Cons
  • Cumbersome twin-brushroll floorhead.
  • Can get stuck on shag-pile carpeting and rug tassels.
7.6 High-Pile Carpet

The Samsung Bespoke Jet vacuum is good for cleaning high-pile carpet. It easily clears away pet hair as well as medium and large debris on this surface type, though you'll need to make an extra pass to deal with material stuck in corners or along walls. Its Cleaning Station accessory allows you to quickly dispose of any accumulated debris without creating a plume of dust. It also comes with two batteries that you can charge simultaneously, allowing you to clean for longer periods in the vacuum's max suction mode to clear away debris embedded deep in carpet fibers. Unfortunately, there's no height adjustment for its floorhead, so it can sometimes get stuck on very dense shag-pile carpeting.

Pros
  • Cleaning Station allows you to easily empty out dustbin.
  • Comes with two batteries that can be charged simultaneously.
  • Good performance on high-pile carpet.
Cons
  • Cumbersome twin-brushroll floorhead.
  • Can get stuck on shag-pile carpeting and rug tassels.
7.6 Pets

The Samsung Bespoke Jet vacuum is a very good choice for dealing with pet hair. It easily clears away pet hair on bare floors and carpet. Its miniature turbo brush attachment, which has a unique brushroll with silicone fins bracketing hard bristles, is amazing at lifting pet hair from upholstered furniture. You can easily remove both brushrolls from its main floorhead to cut away any tangled hair. The vacuum also features a five-stage filtration system that's quite effective at sealing in fine particles, while its Cleaning Station accessory gives you a hassle-free way of emptying its dustbin.

Pros
  • Cleaning Station allows you to easily empty out dustbin.
  • Compatible with dedicated mopping attachment.
  • Five-stage filtration system.
  • Effective turbo brush attachment.
Cons
  • Terrible stain-clearing performance with default floorhead.
8.6 Stairs

The Samsung Bespoke Jet vacuum is excellent for cleaning staircases. Its cordless design ensures that you don't need to worry about tripping over an electrical cord while climbing up and down flights of stairs. You can easily reconfigure the vacuum as a handheld for cleaning small staircases but it's lightweight enough to be easily carried around even as a full-size stick vacuum, though its floorhead is quite bulky.

Pros
  • Lightweight construction.
  • Effective turbo brush attachment.
Cons
  • Cumbersome twin-brushroll floorhead.
8.3 Cars

The Samsung Bespoke Jet vacuum is a great option for vacuuming the inside of your car. Its cordless design allows you to clean all parts of your car's interior, even if you're parked far from an electrical outlet. You can easily reconfigure it as a handheld vacuum for cleaning tight spots, and it also comes with a wide assortment of tools, including a turbo brush that's very effective in lifting pet hair from upholstered surfaces and a flexible crevice tool that enables you to clean hard-to-reach areas.

Pros
  • Lightweight construction.
  • Effective turbo brush attachment.
Cons
  • Not wet-compatible.
5.7 Workshop

The Samsung Bespoke Jet vacuum isn't designed for workshop cleaning. While it delivers superb performance on bare surfaces like concrete floors and does a great job dealing with debris on low-pile rugs and carpets, it isn't meant for dealing with debris like wood or metal shavings. It also can't be used to suck up liquid spills. It does a terrible job of dealing with stains when used with its default floorhead, though it is compatible with Samsung's Spray Sweeping Brush, which you can use to scrub away dried-on dirt and debris.

Pros
  • Compatible with dedicated mopping attachment.
Cons
  • Pushes around larger debris on hard floors.
  • Terrible stain-clearing performance with default floorhead.
  • Not wet-compatible.
  • 7.2 Bare Floor
  • 7.4 Low-Pile Carpet
  • 7.6 High-Pile Carpet
  • 7.6 Pets
  • 8.6 Stairs
  • 8.3 Cars
  • 5.7 Workshop
  1. Updated Apr 09, 2024: We've added text to this review for the new tests added in Test Bench 1.3. We've also added the Bespoke Jet Pet variant to the Differences Between Variants section of the review.
  2. Updated Apr 09, 2024: We've converted this review to Test Bench 1.3. We've overhauled our floor performance tests and added new 'Hard Floor Pick-Up,' 'High-Pile Carpet Pick-Up,' 'Low-Pile Carpet Pick-Up,' and 'Pet-Hair Pick-Up' tests. You can see the full changelog here.
  3. Updated Oct 20, 2023: We've added text to this review for the new tests added in Test Bench 1.2.
  4. Updated Oct 20, 2023: We've converted this review to Test Bench 1.2. This update builds on our previous 'Suction' test with a new 'Airflow' test that more accurately measures a vacuum's ability to generate air movement. If you'd like to see an in-depth look at the reasoning and methodology behind this change, you can see our full changelog here..
  5. Updated Dec 20, 2022: We've updated the vacuum's User Maintenance score, its Dirt Compartment volume, and performance on bare floors as well as low and high-pile carpet to better accommodate the utility of its Cleaning Station accessory.
  6. Updated Dec 08, 2022: We've updated the 'Differences Between Variants' section of this review to include the Bespoke Jet Complete Extra variant.
  7. Updated Nov 15, 2022: We've updated the 'Recurring Costs' section to include a link to purchase replacement dirtbags on Samsung's US online store.
  8. Updated Jul 28, 2022: Converted to Test Bench 1.1.
  9. Updated May 25, 2022: Review published.
  10. Updated May 18, 2022: Early access published.
  11. Updated May 11, 2022: Our testers have started testing this product.
  12. Updated May 09, 2022: The product has arrived in our lab, and our testers will start evaluating it soon.
  13. Updated Apr 30, 2022: We've purchased the product and are waiting for it to arrive in our lab.

Differences Between Sizes And Variants

The Samsung Bespoke Jet is available in three variants, though they differ only in terms of included attachments. We tested the basic Bespoke Jet model, and you can see our test unit's label here.

Model Name Tools Included Available Colors Notes
Bespoke Jet Jet Dual Brush floorhead, Motorized miniature turbo brush pet tool, Flexible tool, Crevice tool, Combination soft bristle brush and upholstery tool, Accessory cradle, 2x batteries Midnight Blue, Woody Green, Misty White  
Bespoke Jet Pet Jet Dual Brush floorhead, Motorized miniature turbo brush pet tool, Crevice tool, Combination Tool, Accessory cradle, 1x battery Misty White Only sold at Costco retailers
Bespoke Jet Complete Extra Jet Dual Brush floorhead, Turbo action brush head, Soft brush head, Motorized miniature turbo brush pet tool, Flexible tool, Crevice tool, Combination soft bristle brush and upholstery tool, Accessory cradle, 2x batteries Woody Green This variant is also referred to as the Bespoke Jet Extra in some markets

Let us know in the discussions if you come across another variant of this vacuum.

Compared To Other Vacuums

The Samsung Bespoke Jet is a high-end cordless stick vacuum. It differs from cheaper models in the Jet lineup with its included Cleaning Station, which allows you to empty its dustbin quickly and hygienically, has simultaneous charging capability for its two included batteries, and has a redesigned miniature turbo brush attachment that offers much better pet hair-cleaning performance. The twin-brushroll floorhead is also unique to this vacuum, but unfortunately, it offers little to no benefit over simpler single-brushroll floorheads found on cheaper alternatives like the Samsung Jet 70, as it makes the vacuum significantly harder to maneuver and doesn't result in better cleaning performance on most surfaces.

If you're looking for alternatives, look at our list of recommendations of the best cordless stick vacuums, the best cordless vacuums, and the best vacuums for high-pile carpet.

Dyson V15 Detect

The Dyson V15 Detect is better than the Samsung Bespoke Jet. The Dyson incurs virtually no recurring costs, takes up less room when not in use, has a larger dustbin, exerts a stronger suction force at its floorhead, and performs better on bare floors and carpets. However, the Samsung comes with a cleaning station accessory that lets you quickly empty its dustbin, making it easier to maintain. It also comes with two batteries that can be charged simultaneously, giving you a much longer overall runtime. It's also fully compatible with a dedicated mopping floorhead to help deal with dried-on stains, though this attachment needs to be purchased separately.

Dyson V11

The Dyson V11 is better than the Samsung Bespoke Jet. The Samsung feels better built, weighs less, comes with two batteries that can be charged at once, giving it a longer overall runtime, and delivers better overall performance on all surface types. Its Cleaning Station accessory allows you to quickly empty its dustbin without creating a plume of dust. That said, the Dyson pulls ahead where it counts, delivering superior debris pickup performance on bare floors as well as low-pile carpet.

Dyson V8

The Samsung Bespoke Jet is better than the Dyson V8, though the Dyson isn't a bad alternative if you're looking to spend less. The Samsung is sturdier, easier to maintain, and can be used for much longer thanks to its two included batteries. The Samsung vacuum's Cleaning Station also allows you to empty its dustbin quickly and hygienically. However, the Dyson is more maneuverable and smaller, does a better job dealing with debris in cracks and crevices, and incurs virtually no recurring costs. Its single roller head is also better suited to bare floors than the Samsung vacuum's dual-roller arrangement, which pushes around bigger debris.

LG CordZero A9 [A916, A916BM]

The Samsung Bespoke Jet is more full-featured than the LG CordZero A9. The Samsung feels better-built, has a slightly larger dirt compartment, and a more powerful suction motor that allows for improved debris pickup performance on high-pile carpet. It also has a standup charging rack that doubles as a self-emptying station. Conversely, the LG is a little easier to maneuver, performs better on bare floors, and is more effective at clearing pet hair on carpets.

Samsung Jet 90 Complete

The Samsung Jet 90 Complete is a better option for most people than the Samsung Bespoke Jet. The Jet 90 is slightly cheaper, incurs lower recurring costs, has a larger dustbin, is easier to maneuver, does a better job of cleaning debris in cracks and crevices with its fluffy brushroll, and delivers better performance on bare floors. However, the Bespoke Jet does come bundled with a cleaning station accessory, which allows you to empty out its dustbin without making a mess, and two batteries that can be charged simultaneously, giving you a much longer overall runtime. The Bespoke Jet also feels better built, has a far more effective miniature turbo brush attachment, and sucks up more debris on high-pile carpet.

Dyson V12 Detect Slim

The Samsung Bespoke Jet is slightly better than the Dyson V12 Detect Slim. The Samsung delivers superior performance on carpeted floors, feels noticeably better built, has a larger dustbin, and comes with two batteries, giving it a total runtime almost twice that of the Dyson. It also comes bundled with a Cleaning Station accessory, which sucks debris from its dustbin into an external dirtbag inside its charging dock. Conversely, the Dyson is lighter, takes up less space, is much easier to maneuver, and performs better on bare floors.

Samsung Jet 60

The Samsung Bespoke Jet is better than the Samsung Jet 60, though not by a huge margin, despite the large price differential between the two. The Bespoke Jet comes with a Cleaning Station Accessory that enables you to empty its dustbin without releasing a plume of dust. However, you can purchase a comparable accessory for use with the Jet 60. The Bespoke also comes with a second battery that can be charged on its separate accessory rack, allowing you to quickly swap in a new full-charged battery as soon as the one in the vacuum runs out. The Bespoke Jet's twin brushroll floorhead and more powerful 210-AW motor yield better performance on all surface types, though its bigger brushroll makes it harder to maneuver than the lighter Jet 60. The Jet 60 also has a slightly larger dustbin.

Dyson Outsize

The Samsung Bespoke Jet is better than the Dyson Outsize. The Samsung weighs less, feels sturdier, and performs noticeably better on carpeted floors. Its turbo brush attachment is also far more effective for dealing with pet hair on furniture. The Samsung also comes with an accessory rack that allows you to charge both its batteries at the same time. While it does have a smaller dustbin than the Dyson, the Cleaning Station accessory lets you empty the Bespoke Jet's dirt compartment quickly and hygienically. However, the Dyson does a better job clearing away debris on bare floors and in cracks and crevices when used with its fluffy floorhead.

Samsung Jet 70

The Samsung Jet 70 is definitely worth a look if you're looking for a far more affordable alternative to the Samsung Bespoke Jet. The Jet 70 takes up less room, has a much less cumbersome floorhead, weighs a little less, and delivers similarly strong performance on bare floors as well as low and high-pile carpet, despite the fact that it uses a less powerful motor and a more basic floorhead. It can also be purchased with a cleaning station accessory as part of a bundle, though this does raise its price by a significant degree. However, the Bespoke Jet comes with two batteries, giving it a much longer runtime, and has a telescopic wand that allows you to adjust its height to your preference.

Shark Detect Pro [IW1111, IW3511, IW3615]

In most ways, the Samsung Bespoke Jet is better than the Shark Detect Pro. These cordless stick vacuums come with self-empty docking stations, but they work a little differently from one another. The Samsung's dock uses a disposable dirtbag with a higher debris capacity, while the Shark's dock is bagless; in real-world terms, this means the Samsung dock incurs higher ownership costs but is also easier to keep clean. Regarding the vacuums themselves, the Samsung is a little bigger, but not by much, and has a more powerful motor that results in better overall debris-pickup performance. Unlike the Shark, it also comes bundled with two batteries.

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Test Results

perceptual testing image
Design
7.5
Design
Build Quality
Vacuum Type
Stick/Handheld

The Samsung Bespoke Jet feels well-built. It has a slightly sturdier-feeling construction than other Samsung stick vacuums, like the Samsung Jet 90 Complete, with no evidence of squeaks or wiggles while in use and an absence of any loose-fitting joint components. The plastic used in its construction has a metallic finish, giving it a fairly premium look and feel. The vacuum's Cleaning Station also feels very solid, with a dense plastic construction.

Setting up this vacuum is simple. You can quickly clip on the wand and any other accessories. Setup for the Clean Station is also very simple, with quickly accessible dirtbags and filters.

8.0
Design
User Maintenance

The Samsung Bespoke Jet vacuum is very easy to maintain. While you need to remove quite a few parts and service them regularly, they're all fairly easy to access.

  • Dirt compartment: You can empty the dustbin using the Cleaning Station by resting the vacuum in its charging slot and pressing the control button to have any accumulated debris sucked out. If you'd prefer to empty it manually, you can remove the dustbin by pushing the release button near its top edge. After removing the micro filter and cyclone filter assembly, you can shake it out over a garbage can. Since it has a smaller capacity than the Samsung Jet 90 Complete, you'll need to empty it pretty often. You can also wash it with water when needed.
  • Cyclone: Twist the cyclone filter counter-clockwise against the dustbin to separate the two. When necessary, you can use the included cleaning tool to clear away any stuck-on debris. It can also be washed with water whenever you notice a significant buildup of debris
  • Micro filter: The micro filter is located above the cyclone filter and can be pulled free by its grab handle. You should tap it gently to dislodge any stuck-on debris regularly and wash it with cold water once a month. Make sure not to use any detergent or hot water to clean it.
  • HEPA filter: Twist to unlock and remove it from the main body of the vacuum, where it sits above the dirt compartment. You can remove any dust and debris from this filter as needed. You shouldn't wash it with water.
  • Jet Dual Brush floorhead: Push the button on top of the head to unlock, then slide the main brushroll out. You can remove the secondary roller by pulling up the blue release clip at the front of the floorhead. While the main brushroll does collect quite a bit of debris, it's very easy to cut away any tangled hair with a pair of scissors after pulling it free of the floorhead.
  • Motorized brush tool: Use the crevice tool to clean this part whenever you notice a buildup of debris.
  • Clean Station: The fine dust filter, located under the cleaning station, can easily be pulled free. No specific maintenance interval is given by the manufacturer. Meanwhile, the pre-motor filter, which sits just below the dirtbag in the cleaning station, should be inspected monthly. Whenever you notice a significant buildup of debris on either filter, you should shake them out to dislodge any stuck-on material.

Any part you wash with water should be allowed to dry thoroughly, out of direct sunlight, before being put back in the vacuum. There's an LED light on the handle to indicate when there's a clog, brushroll obstruction, missing filter, or when the vacuum isn't assembled properly.

5.5
Design
Recurring Cost
Bag Part Number VCA-ADB953/AA
Filter Part Number Unidentified
HEPA Filter Part Number Unidentified

The Samsung Bespoke Jet does incur higher recurring costs than alternatives like the Samsung Jet 90, mainly as a result of the disposable dirtbags that go inside its Cleaning Station.

  • HEPA Filter: No replacement interval is given for the HEPA filter. However, even if you clean the filter according to the manufacturer's recommendations, it's recommended that you swap in a new one if you notice a decrease in vacuum performance.
  • Micro Filter: No replacement interval is given for the vacuum's micro filter. However, even if you clean the filter according to the manufacturer's recommendations, it's recommended that you swap in a new one if you notice a decrease in vacuum performance.
  • Cleaning Station HEPA Filter: No replacement interval is given for the Cleaning station's HEPA filter.
  • Cleaning Station Pre-Motor Filter: No replacement interval is given for the Cleaning Station's pre-motor filter.
  • Cleaning Station Dirtbags: You should buy a new dirtbag for the cleaning station once it's filled. You can buy replacement dirtbags in packs of five here.

Note: Currently, aside from the Cleaning Station dirtbags, no replacement parts for the Samsung Bespoke Jet are listed on the manufacturer's website. We'll update this review once these parts are available.

6.7
Design
Storing
Height
45.51" (115.6 cm)
Width
12.20" (31.0 cm)
Depth
12.01" (30.5 cm)
Cord Storing
Not Needed
On-Board Tool Storage
No
Vacuum Rack/Station
Yes

The Samsung Bespoke Jet is reasonably easy to store. While the Cleaning Station is somewhat bulky, the vacuum sits against it pretty tightly, minimizing its overall depth and reducing its footprint. The vacuum comes bundled with a separate Charging Accessory Cradle, which features a dedicated charging slot for its second included battery pack and storage for four attachments.

8.2
Design
Dirt Compartment
Bagless
No
Volume
0.69 gal (2.60 L)
Full Indicator
Yes
Bag Included
3

The Samsung Bespoke Jet vacuum has an average-sized dirt compartment, though its Cleaning Station gives it a much more substantial debris capacity. It has a smaller capacity than the Samsung Jet 70's dustbin, but the Cleaning Station makes it a lot easier to empty, requiring only that you seat it on the charging rack and press the control button. This sucks debris from the dustbin into the dirtbag inside the rack station. The dustbin is made of clear plastic, so you can easily check its fill status at a glance.

Design
In The Box

  • Samsung Bespoke Jet vacuum
    • Vacuum body
    • Dirt compartment
    • 'Ultra Fine Dust Filter' (HEPA filter)
    • 'Metal Mesh Grille Filter' (Cyclone filter)
    • 'Washable Micro Filter' (Pre-motor filter)
    • 2x batteries
    • Telescopic wand
    • Jet Dual Brush floorhead
    • User guide
  • Tools and brushes
    • Motorized miniature turbo brush pet tool
    • Flexible tool
    • Crevice tool
    • Combination soft bristle brush and upholstery tool
    • Accessory cradle
    • Accessory cradle power adapter
  • Cleaning Station
    • Cleaning Station base
    • Cleaning Station cover
    • 3x Cleaning Station dirtbags
    • Cleaning Station pre-motor filter
    • Cleaning Station HEPA filter

10
Design
Range
Cordless
Yes
Cord Length
N/A
Hose Length
N/A
Minimum Wand Length
2.82 ft (0.86 m)
Maximum Wand Length
3.28 ft (1.00 m)
Total Range
N/A

The Samsung Bespoke Jet is cordless, so its range is limited only by its remaining battery life and the room left in its dustbin. Unlike cheaper models in the manufacturer's lineup, like the Samsung Jet 60, it has a telescopic wand that allows you to find a height to suit your ergonomic preferences.

8.2
Design
Portability
Total Weight
6.17 lbs (2.80 kg)
Weight In Hand
3.09 lbs (1.40 kg)
Carrying handle
Yes

The Samsung Bespoke Jet is very portable. It weighs roughly the same as the cheaper Samsung Jet 70, making it easy to carry from room to room or to take up and down flights of stairs.

8.5
Design
Battery
Minimum Battery Life
20 min
Maximum Battery Life
130 min
Recharge Time
149 min
Recharge Dock
Yes
Battery Life Indicator
Yes
Removable Batteries
Yes

The Samsung Bespoke Jet vacuum has excellent battery performance. It comes with two 2200 mAh batteries, both of which you can charge simultaneously, with one on the cleaning station with the vacuum and the other on the accessory cradle. This ensures that you won't need to wait for one battery to recharge while using the other. A single battery pack yields more than an hour of runtime in the vacuum's least powerful suction mode, which gives you ample time for spot-cleaning lightweight debris. You'll need to work faster when cleaning more stubborn messes, as using the vacuum in its high-power 'JET' mode cuts its runtime on a single battery to 10 minutes.

Generally speaking, you can expect about 25 minutes of use on a single battery when using the vacuum in its default 'MID' mode with its Jet Dual Brush floorhead.

Design
Quality Of Life Features
Rotating Head
Yes
Power Adjustment
Yes
Self-Propelled
No
Headlights
No
Easy On/Off
Yes
Head Surface Type Adjustment
None

The Samsung Bespoke Jet has a few quality-of-life features. You can swap between four different power modes: the energy-efficient 'MIN' mode, the default 'MID' mode, the higher-power 'MAX' mode, and the 'JET' mode, which is intended for cleaning very stubborn debris. It has a slightly different control scheme compared to the Samsung Jet 90 Complete, with tactile power control buttons, a smaller power button, and a display screen that shows the remaining battery life in real-time as well as the current power mode.

Design
Tools And Brushes
Brushroll
Yes
Brushroll On/Off
No
Removable Brushroll
Yes
Turbo Brush
Yes
Crevice Tool
Yes
Upholstery Tool
Yes
Soft Bristle Brush
Yes
Hard Bristle Brush
No
Extension Wand
Yes
Ceiling Fan Tool
Yes
Pet Grooming Tool
No

The Samsung Bespoke Jet vacuum has a couple of attachments. There's a combination upholstery tool/soft-bristle brush for cleaning furniture or delicate surfaces, a flexible crevice tool that you can use for cleaning tight spaces or hard-to-reach areas like ceiling fans, and a miniature turbo brush for dealing with pet hair, which features a brushroll with silicone fins sandwiching lines of cleaning bristles. The vacuum's Jet Dual Brush floorhead has a secondary soft roller at its leading edge, but unlike the main brushroll, it isn't powered.

This vacuum is also compatible with a couple of other attachments. You can use the vacuum with the Slim Action Brush, a single-brushroll floorhead with a smaller overall profile. While you can buy this floorhead with the vacuum as part of a bundle in some overseas markets, North American buyers need to purchase this attachment separately.

The Samsung Bespoke Jet is also compatible with the Spray Spinning Sweeper attachment, a floorhead with a detergent dispersal nozzle, and a pair of rotating mop pads to saturate and scrub away dried-on stains on hard surfaces. You can use either disposable wet mop pads or washable dry mop pads on this tool. However, like the Slim Action Brush, the Spray Spinning Sweeper isn't currently available in a bundle with this vacuum and needs to be purchased separately at a significant extra cost.

Design
Alternative Configuration
Blower Mode
No

You can use the Samsung Bespoke Jet as a handheld vacuum by detaching the wand and floorhead.

Performance
6.0
Performance
Hard Floor Pick-Up

This vacuum's performance on hard floors is mediocre. While it does an alright job of sucking up finer debris like sand, the unpowered soft roller at the front of its floorhead pushes around medium and large-sized debris like rice or sand instead of allowing the vacuum to suck it up.

7.5
Performance
High-Pile Carpet Pick-Up

Performance on high-pile carpet is good. This vacuum is pretty effective in clearing away large and medium-sized debris, though it tends to leave behind a small amount of this kind of debris along walls. You'll need to make a second or third pass to fully clear away fine debris like sand that's been worked into this surface type.

7.0
Performance
Low-Pile Carpet Pick-Up

This vacuum delivers satisfactory performance on low-pile carpet. As with its performance on high-pile carpeting, it does a good job of dealing with large and medium-sized debris like cereal and rice but leaves a little bit behind along walls and in corners. It also leaves behind a small amount of fine debris like sand.

8.0
Performance
Pet-Hair Pick-Up

This vacuum is impressively effective in clearing away pet hair on low-pile carpet. It'll clear away the majority of hair within a single pass, but you'll probably need to go over the same area twice if you want to fully clear away any shorter remaining strands that are pressed a little more deeply into carpet fibers.

7.4
Performance
Suction
Maximum Hose Suction
98.3 inHโ‚‚O (24.48 kPa)
Maximum Head Suction
4.9 inHโ‚‚O (1.22 kPa)
Normal Head Suction
2.7 inHโ‚‚O (0.68 kPa)
Setting Used For Normal "MID", with (Jet Dual Brush)
Hose Diameter
1.3" (3.2 cm)

The Samsung Bespoke Jet has decent suction power on its floorhead. Despite using a more powerful 210 airwatt motor than the Samsung Jet 70, which uses a 150 airwatt motor, it delivers less suction force at its floorhead. It's likely a result of its suction inlet being at the back of the floorhead, far from the secondary roller at the front of the vacuum, dispersing the amount of force that it can exert.

Note: This vacuum's suction force was also measured using the Samsung Jet 90 Complete's Soft Action Brush, which increases its maximum suction power to 1.56 kPA.

7.6
Performance
Airflow
Maximum Hose Airflow
66.1 CFM (1.9 mยณ/min)

The Samsung Bespoke Jet's airflow performance is good. It uses a slightly more powerful 210 airwatt motor than the other models in the Jet stick vacuum lineup, and that's borne out in the real world as well, as it delivers marginally higher airflow than the Samsung Jet 90 Complete. That also puts it in very good standing for a cordless stick vacuum, as it falls only just behind the Dyson V15 Detect, which is one of the most powerful cordless stick vacuums we've tested.

8.6
Performance
Noise
Bare Floor
69.6 dBA
Low-Pile Carpet
68.9 dBA

The Samsung Bespoke Jet isn't especially noisy. In its default 'MID' mode, it still makes enough noise to drown out most conversations, but it won't cause that much disturbance to people in other rooms. However, it's considerably louder in its high-power 'JET' mode, so we suggest avoiding using that mode for too long if you don't want to disturb people nearby. The vacuum's Clean Station also makes quite a bit of noise when you use it to suck debris from its dustbin, as seen here.

6.5
Performance
Maneuverability

The Samsung Bespoke Jet has okay maneuverability. While the vacuum is pretty lightweight, the Jet Dual Brush floorhead is quite cumbersome, making it more difficult to maneuver than the Samsung Jet 90 Complete with its smaller, lighter single-brushroll floorhead. The Jet Dual Brush floorhead also tends to get stuck on shag carpeting, even on the vacuum's lowest suction power mode, and struggles to climb over low obstacles like electrical cords. Still, its telescopic wand offers a wide range of sizing adjustments, and it's easy to swap out different tools and accessories.

8.5
Performance
Pet Hair Furniture Performance
Sofa Pickup Post Test

The Samsung Bespoke Jet vacuum does an excellent job cleaning up pet hair on furniture when you use it with its Pet Tool attachment. The unique design of this turbo brush attachment, which features silicone fins sandwiching hard plastic bristles, contributes to its improved pet hair-pickup capability compared to the turbo brush attachment included with the Samsung Jet 90 Complete.

Performance
Air Quality
Anti-Allergy Filter (HEPA)
Yes

The Samsung Bespoke Jet does a great job trapping fine particles. Like the other models in Samsung's lineup of Jet stick vacuums, it has a five-stage filtration system that the manufacturer advertises as able to trap 99.999% of microdust particles.

6.5
Performance
Cracks
Wood Cracks Post Test

The Samsung Bespoke Jet vacuum does a reasonable job dealing with debris in cracks and crevices. The secondary soft roller at the front of the vacuum is unpowered and doesn't always rotate smoothly. Since the vacuum's suction inlet is at the back of the floorhead, far from the secondary roller, it doesn't do as well as the cheaper Samsung Jet 70 when lifting debris from cracks and crevices.

3.0
Performance
Stains
Stain Pickup Post Test

The Samsung Bespoke Jet does a terrible job dealing with dried-on stains when used with its default Jet Dual Brush floorhead. However, this vacuum is also compatible with the separately purchased 'Spray Spinning Sweeper' floorhead, which uses a detergent dispersal feature and rotating mop pads to saturate and scrub away dried-on dirt and debris.

0
Performance
Water
Wet Compatible
No
Water Pickup Post Test

This vacuum isn't designed to deal with liquid spills with its default floorhead. However, it's compatible with the separately-purchased 'Spray Spinning Sweeper' floorhead, which uses rotating mop pads that can absorb small amounts of water, though it doesn't suck anything up.

Automation
0
Automation
Physical Automation
Automatic Recharging
No
Automatic Bag Emptying
No
Pathing Algorithm
No Pathing Algorithm
Physical Boundary Markers
No
Scheduled Start Buttons
No
Cycle Control Buttons
No
Navigation Control Buttons
No
0
Automation
Companion App Automation
App Name
No App
iOS Availability
No
Android Availability
No
Software Boundary Markers (No Go Zones)
No
App Scheduled Start
No
App Cycle Control
No
Navigation Control within App
No