The Samsung Jet 90 Complete is a lightweight cordless stick/handheld vacuum that sits near the top of Samsung's Jet vacuum lineup, above cheaper models, less powerful models like the Samsung Jet 70, but just below the flagship Samsung Bespoke Jet. It features a powerful 200W motor and has a wide assortment of attachments, including a pair of floorheads intended for use on bare floors and carpets.
The Samsung Jet 90 is great for cleaning bare floors. when used with its soft roller, it easily clears away small and bulky debris from bare surfaces like hardwood and linoleum flooring. It's also fully compatible with a dedicated mopping floorhead for scrubbing away stains on hard surfaces. Recurring costs are low, and it's easy to maneuver, even in cluttered spaces. However, it's worth mentioning that its mainly plastic construction does feel a tad fragile in places.
The Samsung Jet 90 is good for cleaning low-pile carpets. It has little trouble dealing with larger debris, but you might need to make an extra pass to clean fine material. It has good maneuverability, but it's not the easiest to maintain and has a somewhat plasticky build quality. Unlike some other high-end cordless stick vacuums, it also can't adjust its suction power automatically.
The Samsung Jet 90 is very good on high-pile carpets. It's impressively effective in handling both large and fine debris on this surface type. It has demanding maintenance needs, but no parts that need regular replacing, so recurring costs are very low. Unfortunately, it lacks a surface detection system.
The Samsung Jet 90 is an outstanding choice for cleaning up after pets. It easily clears pet hair from both bare floors and low and high-pile carpeting. The brushrolls for both of its included floorheads are also easily removable, enabling you to clear away any tangled hair. Its five-stage filtration system also does a great job of sealing in fine allergens. You can use it in a handheld mode to clean furniture or even your pet's bed, though its miniature turbo brush is somewhat unwieldy.
The Samsung Jet 90 is a fantastic choice for cleaning stairs. It offers versatile performance and is very portable, and its cordless design ensures that you won't trip over a power cable. Also, you can use it in a handheld mode, and it comes with several tools, including a turbo brush. Unfortunately, it's not the easiest vacuum to maintain.
The Samsung Jet 90 is great for cleaning car interiors. It's very portable and has practically unlimited range since it's cordless. You can use it in a handheld mode, which helps clean tight spots in your car. It also comes with several handy attachments, like a turbo brush and upholstery tool for cleaning carpets and seats, as well as a crevice tool.
The Samsung Jet 90 Complete is okay for light workshop cleaning, though that isn't its intended use. It performs very well in clearing solid household debris on hard surfaces, but you can't use it to suck up water or heavier debris like wood or metal shavings, which could damage its internals.
The Samsung Jet 90 Complete cordless stick vacuum is available in two color variants, 'Titan Silver' and 'Black'. We tested the 'Titan Silver' variant, but the 'Black' version is mechanically identical and consequently will deliver the same overall performance. You can see the label of the unit we tested here. You can also bundle it with an extra batter or a 'Clean Station' base station, similar in function to the rack bundled with the Samsung Bespoke Jet, which lets you automatically empty the vacuum's dustbin into a dirtbag inside its charging dock.
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The Samsung Jet 90 is a stick/handheld vacuum with a free-standing storage and charging rack, similar to the LG CordZero A9 Ultimate. It has a long maximum battery life and is very good at clearing pet hair from both bare floors and carpets. However, if you want to adapt it to different surface types, you need to manually switch the brushroll, which can be a bit inconvenient.
The Dyson V15 Detect is better for more uses than the Samsung Jet 90 Complete. The Dyson has fewer maintenance requirements, incurs virtually no recurring costs as long as its filter is regularly cleaned, and delivers superior performance on bare floors as well as low and high-pile carpet. It also has a longer runtime in its least powerful suction mode, though it takes much longer to recharge than the Samsung. The Samsung also has a slightly larger dirt compartment and is fully compatible with a mopping floorhead that you can use to deal with stains.
The Samsung Jet 90 Complete and the Dyson V11 are very similar vacuums, but the Samsung is better for most uses. The Samsung picks up more large debris like cereal from bare floors and has a slightly better overall performance on high-pile carpets. On the other hand, the Dyson is significantly easier to maintain and has longer maximum battery life.
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 90 Complete is a better vacuum for most uses than the Dyson Cyclone V10. The Samsung has a slightly better performance on bare floors and is much better on high-pile carpets, where it clears more debris like sand and baking soda. It recharges faster and has a manual surface-type adjustment feature. On the other hand, the Dyson vacuum picks up more debris from low-pile carpets and incurs fewer recurring costs.
The Samsung Jet 90 Complete is better than the Samsung Jet 60. The Jet 90 comes with a telescopic wand, has a longer battery life, features a small status display, and has a wider array of tools and accessories. Its soft-roller floorhead yields superior performance on bare floors, while its universal Turbo Action floorhead struggles less with pet hair getting tangled around its brushroll. The Jet 90 also comes with a rack station that has room for a second battery to charge at the same time as the vacuum, though only one battery is included. However, the Jet 60 is notably lighter.
The Dyson V8 and Samsung Jet 90 Complete are fairly evenly-matched overall, but one may still be a better fit for your needs. The Dyson has fewer parts that need regular cleaning, incurs virtually no recurring costs, and does a better job sucking up fine debris like baking soda on low-pile carpet. Meanwhile, the Samsung charges faster and has a longer max battery life, though that can vary in the real world. It also comes with two swappable brushrolls, one meant for bare floors and the other for carpets, and outperforms the Dyson on both bare floors and high-pile carpet. The Samsung also has a bigger dirt compartment which doesn't need emptying as often.
The Samsung Jet 90 Complete is a better option for most people compared to 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 similar overall performance on bare floors and low-pile carpet. 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.
The Miele Triflex HX1 is a better vacuum than the Samsung Jet 90 Complete for most uses. The Miele has a much better build quality, fewer recurring costs, and is easier to maintain. Its performance on bare floors is somewhat better and it has an automatic surface type adjustment feature. On the other hand, the Samsung delivers a significantly better performance on high-pile carpets, where it's more effective at picking up fine debris like baking soda.
The Samsung Jet 90 Complete and Dyson V12 Detect Slim are somewhat evenly matched cordless stick vacuums with differing strengths. The Samsung has a much bigger dirt compartment and a stronger suction motor that allows it to clear away debris on carpets and in crevices more effectively. It can also be bundled with a dedicated mopping floorhead to scrub away dried-on stains. However, the Dyson is smaller and lighter, making it easier to maneuver. It also has a more effective turbo brush attachment, while its automatic power adjustment capability allows it to change its suction power on carpeted floors or whenever it detects an area with a high concentration of debris.
The Samsung Jet 70 delivers similar overall performance to the pricier Samsung Jet 90 Complete. The Jet 70 has fewer parts needing regular cleaning, weighs a little bit less, is a little quieter, charges faster, and, despite its less powerful 150W motor, is more effective on low and high-pile carpet. However, the Jet 90 comes with a rack station that has an additional battery charging slot, has a telescopic wand, and has longer battery life. Its more powerful 200W motor, combined with its included soft-roller floorhead, makes it a better option for clearing debris in cracks and crevices.
The Samsung Jet 90 Complete and LG CordZero A9 are somewhat evenly-matched vacuums, though each has slight advantages in different areas. The LG has fewer parts that require regular maintenance and clears slightly more debris on high-pile carpet. Meanwhile, the Samsung has a more potent suction motor, incurs lower recurring costs, has a larger dustbin.
The Samsung Jet 90 Complete is better than the Tineco PURE ONE S11. The Samsung incurs lower recurring costs, lasts longer on a single charge, takes less time to recharge, and has a more powerful suction motor that enables it to clear away more debris on low-pile carpet and in cracks and crevices. It's also easier to maneuver. Conversely, the Tineco is quieter in operation, weighs a little less, and has a turbo brush attachment that does a better job dealing with pet hair on upholstery.
The Samsung Jet 90 Complete is better than the Dyson V7. The Samsung has a larger dustbin, charges much faster while lasting longer on a single charge, and performs better on bare floors and high-pile carpet. It comes with two swappable brushrolls, one for bare floors and the other for carpets. Conversely, the Dyson is a little more effective on low-pile carpet and has fewer parts that need regular cleaning.
The Samsung Jet 90 Complete is better for most use cases than the Dyson Outsize. The Samsung is more portable, easier to maneuver, and delivers superior performance on low and high-pile carpet. However, the Dyson has a larger dirt compartment that doesn't need to be emptied as often, incurs virtually no costs, is less demanding in terms of maintenance, and has a longer total runtime by virtue of its included second battery.
The Samsung Jet 90 Complete is better than the Tineco PURE ONE X for most use cases. The Samsung has a much larger dustbin, charges faster, is easier to maneuver, and delivers better performance on carpeted surfaces. Meanwhile, the Tineco is lighter, lasts a little longer on a single charge, and has an automatic suction power adjustment feature.
The BISSELL CrossWave Cordless Max and Samsung Jet 90 Complete are different types of vacuums, though both offer some mopping functionality. The Samsung is a more conventional cordless stick vacuum that you can bundle with a somewhat unique 'Spinning Sweeper' floorhead, which uses rotating mop pads to scrub-away stains. However, this floorhead only scrubs away at stains, and the vacuum isn't capable of dealing with liquid spills, unlike the BISSELL. That said, the Samsung vacuum is considerably better at everyday vacuuming tasks. It performs much better on carpeted floors with its multi-surface floorhead, is easier to maneuver, weighs considerably less, and has longer battery life.
The Samsung Jet 90 Complete is slightly better than the Shark Vertex Pro Lightweight. The Samsung takes less time to recharge, comes with a miniature turbo brush, and clears more debris on low and high-pile carpet. It also comes with two swappable brushrolls for its floorhead, one for bare floors and the other for carpets. However, the Shark is fitted with a larger dustbin, has fewer parts that need periodic cleaning, feels slightly better built, and comes with a flexible wand that makes it easier to clean under chairs and tables without needing to crouch too deeply. Unlike the Samsung, you can't swap out its floorhead's primary brushroll, but it does have two surface settings that allow you to change the rotational speed of the brushroll.
The Samsung Jet 90 Complete is better for more use cases than the Roborock H7. The Samsung feels better-built, has fewer parts that need regular cleaning, features a larger dustbin, has a floorhead with two swappable brushrolls, and sucks up more debris on bare floors and low pile carpet. It exerts a stronger suction force, resulting in superior crack-cleaning performance. However, the Roborock can be used as a bagged vacuum and has a longer battery life, though its battery pack isn't removable and takes more time to recharge than the Samsung.
The Samsung Jet 90 is a better vacuum than the BISSELL Adapt Ion. The Samsung has a better overall performance on both bare floors and carpets. It also has a bigger dirt compartment and longer maximum battery life. On the other hand, the BISSELL is similarly good at clearing pet hair from all surface types and is more maneuverable.
The Samsung Jet 90 Complete and the Shark WANDVAC System have different strengths, and you may prefer either one depending on your needs. The Samsung does a better job of cleaning bare floors. It also has a bigger dirt compartment and a better battery life. On the other hand, the Shark does a better job of cleaning carpets. It's also more portable, and its storage rack takes up less space.
The Samsung Jet 90 Complete is better than the Simplicity S65. The Samsung has a longer maximum battery life and takes less time to recharge, incurs slightly less recurring costs, and clears debris more effectively on bare floors and low-pile carpet. Meanwhile, the Simplicity is less demanding in terms of regular maintenance and weighs slightly less.
The Samsung Jet 90 has alright build quality. It's mostly made of plastic but feels fairly sturdy and has a premium look. The wand is also plastic and has a metallic finish. However, the dustbin and motorhead, which are made of clear plastic, feel like they could break if dropped. If you're looking for a cordless stick vacuum that feels slightly more solid, you could consider the Dyson Gen5detect/Gen5detect Absolute.
Assembling the vacuum is easy and intuitive. The charging station is easy to put together, but you may need to look at the instructions.
The Samsung Jet 90 is pretty easy to maintain, though there are a few parts that need to be removed and serviced regularly.
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.
The Samsung Jet 90 incurs low recurring costs.
The Samsung Jet 90 is okay to store. It comes with a charging station that holds the vacuum upright without being mounted to a wall. The rack is fairly narrow. It's deeper than many storage stations, so it sticks out farther from the wall than the rack for the LG CordZero A9 Ultimate. It can hold two tools, so you need to find somewhere else to store the rest of them. Unlike the cheaper Samsung Jet 70, it has a telescopic wand that you can collapse to reduce its vertical footprint and a rack station with room to charge two batteries at once. However, you have to buy the second battery separately because it's not included. There's room to store the power cable behind the station.
The Samsung Jet 90 has an adequately-sized dirt compartment. It holds a little less debris than the manufacturer advertises, but it's still not a bad size for a stick/handheld vacuum. It's made of see-through plastic and has a max fill line so you can see when it's full.
As a cordless vacuum, the Samsung Jet 90 has an unlimited range as long as it has battery life remaining and room left in its dirt compartment.
The Samsung Jet 90 has great portability. It's light and doesn't feel very heavy in your hand when you use it as a stick vacuum. It also has a carrying handle to make it easier to carry up and down stairs or between rooms.
The Samsung Jet 90 has a satisfactory battery performance. If you use it on the 'LOW' power setting with the combination tool attached, it provides roughly 60 minutes of continuous use, which matches the advertised maximum battery life. Set to 'Max' mode with the 'Turbo Action Brush' and wand attached, it lasts for only about 10 minutes. The vacuum takes roughly two and a half hours to recharge. There are three indicator lights on each side of the battery, and when all three are solid blue, it's fully charged. Consider the A916BM variant of LG CordZero A9 if you're looking for a cordless stick vacuum with a second battery in the box.
The Samsung Jet 90 has an on/off button and power adjustment controls on top of its handle. There are three suction power settings: 'LOW' 'MED', which is the default setting, and 'MAX'. Unlike the Dyson V15 Detect, there's no automatic surface type adjustment feature, but it comes with a soft brushroll for bare floors and a 'Turbo Action Brush' brushroll for carpets. You can manually switch between them to adapt to different floor types.
The Samsung Jet 90 comes with a variety of tools and brushes that clip onto the vacuum or wand. It has a combination upholstery tool and soft brushroll tool. There's also a flexible tool that you can clip on before attaching another tool or brush. It has an articulated joint you can use to adjust the angle of the tool, which helps clean out-of-reach spots like ceiling fans or high-up shelves. There are also two brushrolls you can switch between when you're using the vacuum in its stick configuration.
You can use the Samsung Jet 90 as a stick vacuum or reconfigure it into a handheld mode by detaching the wand.
The Samsung Jet 90 has a fantastic performance on bare floors. With the soft brushroll equipped, it has no issues sucking up bulky debris like cereal or smaller material like rice. Its ability to pick up smaller debris, like rice, drops slightly when the dirt compartment is half full, but overall it has a very consistent performance.
The Samsung Jet 90 has a very good performance on low-pile carpets. With the 'Turbo Action' brushroll attached, it clears away a good amount of larger debris like sand and finer debris like baking soda.
The Samsung Jet 90 has great performance on high-pile carpets. While you might need to execute another pass or two, it still does a good job dealing with larger debris like sand and finer material like baking soda.
The Samsung Jet 90 is remarkably effective in dealing with pet hair on a variety of surfaces, ranging from bare floors to low and high-pile carpet.
The Samsung Jet 90 has good suction power on its floorhead. Despite using a more powerful 200W motor than the Samsung Jet 70, which uses a 150W motor, its suction force in its high-power 'MAX' mode is notably inferior. You can attribute some of this difference to the differences between each vacuum's Turbo Action Floorhead, which, despite outside similarities, generate different suction results when the vacuum is run in its 'MAX' suction mode, as shown below:
This vacuum has decent airflow. It isn't that far behind market leaders in this respect, like the Dyson V15 Detect, and it won't have trouble lifting away most kinds of solid debris.
The Samsung Jet 90 Complete is pretty quiet. Using it in an enclosed room does help block out most of the noise, though its suction motor emits a slightly louder noise than the less powerful Samsung Jet 60. It's a somewhat high-pitched noise, which can mask the sound of nearby conversation.
The Samsung Jet 90 has good maneuverability. It doesn't weigh very much, and the suction power settings on the handle are easy to reach. The wand is telescopic, meaning you can adjust its length. The tools make it easy to clean furniture, although you may need to crouch to reach under low-lying couches and coffee tables. However, it's a bit annoying to manually switch the brushroll when you move from cleaning bare floors to carpets and vice versa. It can also get caught on rug tassels and fluffy carpets.
The Samsung Jet 90 does a decent job dealing with pet hair on furniture. Generally speaking, turbo brush tools are the best choice for cleaning pet hair on upholstered surfaces. In the case of this vacuum, its loose attachment hinge and inability to collect really fine hair make it hard to use while holding the vacuum in one hand. While the upholstery tool has a narrower suction inlet, it's also easier to use on this surface type. It's recommended that you use the combination tool in conjunction with the turbo brush for optimal pet hair-cleaning performance on upholstered furniture. You can see a video of both tools in action here and the results of said performance test here.
The Samsung Jet 90 Complete 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 90 does an excellent job clearing away debris in cracks and crevices. Its soft brushroll head generates a pretty tight seal against the contact surface, allowing it to clear away debris in shallow cracks and crevices and is effective for collecting debris in shallow cracks and crevices. That said, it's better to use the vacuum's dedicated crevice tool for this application.
This vacuum does a good job of dealing with stains when used with the Spinning Sweeper floorhead, which is available as part of a bundle with this vacuum and uses rotating pads to clear away dried-on debris. However, the mop pads become quite dirty while cleaning, so you'll need to replace them pretty often when dealing with larger stains. Thankfully, they're quite easy to install on the floorhead, as you can see here.
The Samsung Jet 90 Complete does a terrible job dealing with stains when used with its Turbo Action Brush floorhead. You can see a video of the floorhead being used on a stain here and a picture of the contact surface after being cleaned here.
This vacuum isn't rated to suck up water. However, it's compatible with the 'Spinning Sweeper' floorhead, which you can use with reusable microfiber mop pads to clear away water. Unfortunately, this attachment isn't very effective in dealing with spills, as unlike the BISSELL CrossWave Cordless Max, it doesn't suck up liquids. The reusable microfiber mop pads are initially quite effective in absorbing water but quickly become saturated and begin to spread the liquid around. When used with this floorhead, the vacuum is best used for dealing with liquid spills smaller than an ounce.