The Samsung Jet 75 is a mid-range model within Samsung's lineup of cordless Jet stick vacuums. With a 200 AW suction motor, it sits above the less potent Samsung Jet 60 and Samsung Jet 70 but slightly below the similarly-equipped Samsung Jet 90. The Jet 75 is a stripped-down version of the latter, as it uses the same motor but comes with a fixed-length wand, fewer attachments, and a single rack battery charger. Regardless of its position in the lineup, it shares many of the same strengths as other Jet stick vacuums, including a lightweight design, relatively high-capacity dustbin, and a five-stage filtration system that's very effective in sealing in allergens.
The Samsung Jet 75 is great for bare floors. It easily clears away pet hair and small and bulky debris on this surface type. It's also very easy to maneuver thanks to its lightweight construction and easily reconfigurable design. Build quality is sturdy, and user maintenance is very simple, especially if you spring for the Clean Station accessory, which automatically empties the vacuum's dustbin without generating a cloud of debris. The inclusion of a second battery on some model variants also makes it suitable for longer clean-up sessions, though since it comes with a single-slot charger, you can only charge one at a time.
The Samsung Jet 75 is very good for low-pile carpet. It easily clears away fine debris and pet hair on this surface type and is reasonably effective when clearing larger debris, though a second pass might still be necessary. It's also lightweight, maneuverable, and pretty easy to stow away when not in use. User maintenance is also fairly simple, especially if you spring for the self-emptying dock, but be aware that the Clean Station does incur its own set of recurring costs.
The Samsung Jet 75 is a great option for high-pile carpet. It has a powerful suction motor that enables it to draw out pet hair as well as solid debris embedded within high-pile carpet fibers. It also comes with two batteries, giving you extra time for longer cleaning sessions at more powerful suction settings, but since it only comes with a single charging rack, you can only charge one at a time. Unfortunately, while it doesn't have any trouble maneuvering on medium to high-pile carpets, its floorhead can get tangled on shag-pile rugs, forcing you to turn the vacuum off to free it.
The Samsung Jet 75 is a decent choice for pet owners. It doesn't have any trouble dealing with pet hair on bare floors or low and high-pile carpet. However, many variants of the Jet 75 don't come bundled with a miniature turbo brush attachment, forcing you to rely on its upholstery tool to deal with hair on furniture; while this attachment is pretty effective for dealing with longer strands of hair, the narrow suction aperture makes it impractical for cleaning larger areas. On the plus side, this vacuum has a five-stage filtration system that's very effective in sealing in allergens like pet dander. It also isn't any noisier than most vacuums of this type, which is good if your pet is sensitive to loud noises.
The Samsung Jet 75 is excellent for vacuuming stairs. Its lightweight construction makes it easy to carry up and down flights of stairs, while its cordless design ensures that you won't trip over a power cord while climbing and descending stairsteps. It delivers strong performance on a variety of surfaces and can be easily reconfigured into a handheld vacuum to clean tight spots.
The Samsung Jet 75 is impressively well-suited to cleaning the inside of your car. Its cordless design ensures that you won't need to park close to an electrical outlet to access every inch of your car's interior. You can quickly reconfigure it into a handheld vacuum to clean tighter spots, and it comes with a handful of helpful attachments. Most Jet 75 variants come with an extendable crevice tool that can help you clean tight corners, like the recesses between your car's front seats and the center console, as well as a combination tool that's decently effective for cleaning upholstery or delicate surfaces.
The Samsung Jet 75 is mediocre for workshop cleaning, though that isn't its intended use case. It isn't designed to deal with liquid spills, and using it to clean heavy-duty debris like wood or metal shavings is likely to damage its internals. Its strong suction motor and lightweight design make it a solid fit for dealing with lighter household debris on hard surfaces like concrete floors or worktables.
There are quite a few different variants of the Samsung Jet 75, but they differ only in terms of included attachments and accessories. We tested the Jet 75 Complete with the Clean Station, and you can see its label here.
|Model Name||Tools Included||Available Colors||Notes|
|Jet 75 Pet||Turbo action brush head, Motorized miniature turbo brush pet tool, Crevice tool, 1x battery||Copper|
|Jet 75 Turbo||Turbo action brush head, Flexible tool, Crevice tool, Combination tool, 1x battery||Silver/Teal|
|Jet 75 Complete (Variant 1)||Turbo action brush head, Crevice tool, Combination tool, 2x batteries||Silver||Can be bundled with Samsung's Clean Station|
Jet 75 Complete
|Soft brush head, Motorized miniature turbo brush pet tool, Flexible tool, Crevice tool, Combination tool, 2x batteries||Silver|
|Jet 75 Complete+||Turbo action brush head, Crevice tool, Combination tool, 2x batteries||Comes bundled with Samsung's Clean Station|
|Jet 75 Extra||Turbo action brush head, Motorized miniature turbo brush pet tool, Flexible tool, Crevice tool, Combination tool, 2x batteries||Silver/Teal|
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The Samsung Jet 75 is a well-rounded mid-range cordless stick vacuum. It lacks some of the conveniences found on pricier models like the Dyson V12 Detect Slim, with no onboard particle sensor or automatic power adjustment capability. However, it executes very well on the fundamentals, with a powerful suction motor, a lightweight design, a relatively spacious dustbin, and a fairly long battery life. You'll get two batteries if you spring for a pricier variant of this vacuum, making it suitable for longer cleaning sessions.
The Dyson V11 and Samsung Jet 75 each have their strengths, meaning one might suit you better than the other, depending on your needs. The Dyson lasts slightly longer on a single battery, comes with a wider assortment of attachments, has a telescopic wand, and has an automatic power adjustment feature that lets it increase its suction power to match the surface you're cleaning. Conversely, the Samsung feels sturdier, performs better on high-pile carpet, and is fully compatible with a self-emptying base station, which is somewhat pricey and does incur high recurring costs but also makes it even easier to maintain. Pricier variants of the Samsung also come with two batteries, giving it a longer overall runtime.
The Samsung Jet 75 is better than the Dyson V8. The Jet 75 feels better built, is easier to maintain, especially if you buy it with the Clean Station self-emptying dock, has a larger dirt compartment, and comes with two batteries, each of which charges faster than the Dyson. The Samsung vacuum also has a more powerful suction motor, resulting in superior deep-cleaning performance. On the other hand, the Dyson comes with a wider array of attachments and weighs a little less.
The Samsung Jet 90 Complete and Samsung Jet 75 are effectively the same vacuum, with slight differences in included equipment. The Jet 90 differs by coming with a broader set of attachments, including a secondary soft roller for bare floors, a telescopic wand, and a second battery charging rack so that you can charge two batteries at once.
The Samsung Jet 75 is better than the Samsung Jet 60, though the two vacuums are outwardly almost identical. The main differences come from the Jet 75 having a more powerful 200 AW suction motor as well as a display screen showing the current power mode. The Jet 75 also comes bundled with Samsung's Turbo Action floorhead, which is more effective on most surfaces compared to the Jet 60's Jet Fit multi-surface floorhead.
This vacuum feels well-built. It shares quite a bit with the Samsung Jet 90 Complete, with a mainly plastic construction that looks fairly premium and feels rather sturdy. There's some looseness to the attachment point between the body and hose, but it isn't too noticeable. While the Clean Station is of a different design to the combination charging rack included with the pricier Samsung Bespoke Jet, it feels similarly robust.
Assembling the vacuum is easy and intuitive. The charging station is easy to put together, though you do need to screw its charging rack into a wall.
This vacuum is pretty easy to maintain. While quite a few parts need to be removed and serviced regularly, they're all fairly easy to access.
Any part that 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.
When bundled with the Clean Station, the Samsung Jet 75 incurs high recurring costs.
This vacuum is impressively compact. Its low-profile wall-mount charging station has storage slots for two of its included tools. However, since its wand isn't telescopic, you can't set it to a lower height to have it take up less vertical space. Unlike the Samsung Jet 90 Complete, there's no secondary battery charging rack, so you can only charge one of the two batteries at once.
Note: The Clean Station's dimensions are as follows:
The Samsung Jet 70 has a decently-sized dirt compartment. It holds a little less debris than the manufacturer advertises, but it's still larger than that of other cordless stick vacuums like the Dyson V8. It's made of see-through plastic and has a max fill line so you can see when it's full.
The dirtbag inside the Clean Station has a capacity of 2.5L, which is similar to that of full-size canister vacuums like the Miele Complete C3.
This is a cordless vacuum, so its range is limited only by the remaining battery life and the room left in its dustbin.
The Samsung Jet 75 is impressively portable. At under six pounds, it's considerably lighter than other cordless stick vacuums like the Dyson V11, making it very easy to use for extended cleaning sessions.
The Samsung Jet 75 has great battery performance. It comes with two batteries, but unlike the Samsung Bespoke Jet, which comes with a secondary battery charging cradle, you can only charge one pack at a time. It means you'll need to wait for one battery to recharge while using the other. A single battery can provide about an hour of runtime in the vacuum's least powerful 'MIN' suction mode, which gives you ample time for spot-cleaning lightweight debris when using the vacuum in its handheld configuration. 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 a little under 10 minutes. Average single-battery runtime will fall somewhere between these two extremes, with the vacuum being able to run for about 20 minutes in its stick configuration in its default 'MID' mode.
This vacuum has a few quality-of-life features. You can swap between four different power modes using the power adjustment buttons above the handle: the energy-efficient 'MIN' mode, the default 'MID' mode, the higher-power 'MAX' mode, and 'JET' mode, which is intended for cleaning very stubborn debris. Unlike the Dyson V12 Detect Slim, there's no surface detection system that would allow it to automatically adjust its suction power on different floor types.
This Complete variant of the Samsung Jet 75 only comes with a combination soft bristle brush/upholstery nozzle and an extendable crevice tool to help you reach hard-to-reach corners. That said, it's fully compatible with attachments found on other Samsung vacuums, like the flexible extender and the Motorized miniature turbo brush pet tool.
This vacuum can be used in a handheld configuration by detaching its wand and floorhead.
This vacuum delivers superb performance on bare floors in its high-power 'JET' mode. It easily clears away small debris like rice and bulky debris like cereal.
This vacuum's performance on low-pile carpet is good. When used in its 'JET' suction mode, it's highly effective in handling fine debris like baking soda, but you'll probably need to make an extra pass to fully clear away larger debris like sand.
This vacuum delivers exceptional performance on high-pile carpet in its 'JET' power setting. Its Turbo Action floorhead provides the necessary level of surface agitation to clear away fine debris like baking soda and larger debris like sand.
The Samsung Jet 75 does a fantastic job of clearing away pet hair on a variety of surfaces. The brushroll in its Turbo Action floorhead does tend to collect long hair, but it isn't especially difficult to clean. Make sure to clear away the hair that can get tangled in the brushroll bearings.
The Samsung Jet 75 has good suction power on its floorhead. It uses the same 200W motor as the Samsung Jet 90 Complete, which is quite powerful for a vacuum of this type and generates enough power to draw out debris embedded in carpets or shallower crevices.
The Samsung Jet 75 isn't especially noisy. In its low-power 'MIN' mode, it still makes enough noise to drown out most conversations, but it won't disturb people in other rooms too much. However, it's considerably louder in its higher-power 'MAX' and 'JET' modes, so you should avoid using either setting for too long if you don't want to disturb people nearby.
Note: The Clean Station also makes quite a bit of noise when you use it to suck debris from its dustbin, as seen here.
The Samsung Jet 75 has good maneuverability. It's pretty lightweight and has a smoothly-pivoting floorhead, making it pretty easier to maneuver in tight spots or to lift over obstructions. That said, the top-mounted dirt compartment requires you to twist the vacuum sideways to clean under most tables and chairs. It's easy to reconfigure into a handheld vacuum to clean on top of furniture. Unfortunately, the Turbo Action floorhead is somewhat tangle-prone, as the vacuum can get caught on rug tassels and shag-pile carpeting.
This vacuum does a decent job of handling pet hair on upholstered furniture. The upholstery nozzle on the combination tool is pretty effective in handling longer strands of hair, but it tends to leave shorter strands behind. Its narrow suction inlet also makes it impractical for cleaning large areas. If you plan on cleaning pet hair from furniture regularly, you should consider purchasing a miniature turbo brush attachment.
The Samsung Jet 75 is effective at sealing in fine particles. Like all other Samsung Jet stick vacuums, it has a five-stage filtration system that the manufacturer advertises as being able to seal in 99.999% of microdust particles.
The Samsung Jet 75 does a decent job of handling debris in cracks and crevices. This variant of the vacuum doesn't come with a soft roller, which helps generate a tight seal with hard surfaces to clear out debris in deeper cracks. Still, its powerful suction motor makes it pretty effective when clearing out debris in longer, shallower crevices, like grout lines on tile floors.
Note: Since the 'Spray Spinning Sweeper' attachment isn't available as part of a bundle with the Samsung Jet 75 and needs to be purchased separately, the vacuum's score for this section remains based on its stain-clearing performance with the standard floorhead.
The Samsung Jet 75 does a terrible job dealing with stains when used with its Turbo Action Brush floorhead. However, it's fully compatible with Samsung's 'Spray Spinning Sweeper' floorhead, which uses a water spray to saturate dried-on stains and a pair of rotating mop pads to clear them away. You can see a video of the vacuum clearing away stains with the 'Spray Spinning Sweeper' attachment with disposable wet pads here, and a picture of the contact surface after being cleaned here.
Note: Since the 'Spray Spinning Sweeper' attachment isn't available as part of a bundle with the Samsung Jet 75 and needs to be purchased separately, the vacuum's score for this section remains based on its water-clearing performance with the standard floorhead.
This vacuum isn't rated to suck up water. However, it is compatible with the 'Spray Spinning Sweeper' floorhead, which uses rotating mop pads to clear away water when used with dry microfiber mopping pads. You can see a video of the vacuum clearing away water with this attachment with dry microfiber pads here. The dry microfiber cloths are effective in picking up small spills, but more than half a cup of liquid will likely saturate the pads and prevent them from absorbing any more liquid.