The Wyze Handheld Vacuum is a cordless, handheld vacuum. It comes with a fairly wide assortment of tools and accessories and has a relatively long battery life for a cordless handheld vacuum. It offers good overall performance on a wide variety of surface types too. Unfortunately, it has a small dirt compartment that needs emptying quite frequently. You can only purchase it from the manufacturer's website.
The Wyze Handheld Vacuum is decent for cleaning bare floors. It does a fantastic job of sucking up pet hair and small debris like rice but struggles somewhat with bulkier debris like cereal. It's also fairly sturdily built and easy to carry around. Its relatively alright battery life should also give you enough time to deal with most messes on a single charge, though that can vary with real-world use. While it comes with a reasonably wide assortment of accessories, you can't use most of the included tools if you lose its included attachment adapter. Its dirt compartment is also very small.
The Wyze Handheld Vacuum is a satisfactory option for cleaning low-pile carpet. It clears pet hair without an issue, but it might be necessary to take one or two extra passes to clean fine debris like baking soda or larger material like sand from this surface type. It isn't too demanding in terms of regular maintenance, and recurring costs are low, with the filter assembly being the only part that needs periodic replacing. However, its small dirt compartment needs frequent emptying.
The Wyze Handheld Vacuum is good for cleaning high-pile carpet. It sucks up pet hair and larger debris like sand with little issue but can have a harder time clearing fine material like baking soda. Its lightweight design and included extension hose make it fairly maneuverable, too, while its dense plastic construction feels sturdy. Its maximum battery life of over 30 minutes is particularly notable for a handheld vacuum, but this can vary in the real world.
The Wyze Handheld Vacuum is an excellent choice for cleaning up pet hair. It clears shed hair easily on almost every kind of surface type and comes with a HEPA filter to trap allergens as you clean. It's also well-built, decently easy to maintain, and incurs few recurring costs, as only its filter assembly needs replacing periodically. Unfortunately, it lacks a turbo brush or a dedicated pet grooming tool.
The Wyze Handheld Vacuum is great for dealing with messes on stairs. Its cordless design and compact, lightweight construction make it easy to carry up and down staircases. It delivers good overall performance on a variety of surface types too. However, while it comes with a fairly broad assortment of tools, you have to make sure not to lose the included attachment adapter to keep using them. It also lacks a turbo brush to clear messes on upholstered surfaces.
The Wyze Handheld Vacuum is impressively well-suited to cleaning the inside of your car. Since it's cordless, you don't need to worry about staying close to an electrical outlet. It delivers good performance on low-pile carpet and comes with a wide selection of tools and accessories, including a crevice tool for tackling messes in tight corners as well as a short extension hose to slightly extend your reach, though it lacks a turbo brush.
The Wyze Handheld Vacuum feels well-built. It's mainly made of solid-feeling plastic, though its clear plastic dirt compartment feels a little flimsy and could crack over time. That said, it still feels more solid than the eufy HomeVac H11's dirt compartment. No assembly is needed out of the box, and removing its dirt compartment or pulling out its filters are simple processes. Unfortunately, you won't be able to use the extension hose, crevice tool, or soft bristle brush if you lose the included attachment adapter.
This vacuum isn't too hard to maintain.
All parts you clean with water should be left to dry for at least 24 hours before putting them back in the vacuum.
The Wyze Handheld Vacuum's recurring costs are low.
This vacuum is fairly easy to store. It isn't especially big and comes with a draw-string carrying pouch, though the bag isn't big enough to hold the vacuum and all of the included accessories at once.
The Wyze Handheld Vacuum has a small dirt compartment that needs to be emptied frequently. Thankfully, it's larger than that of the BISSELL AeroSlim.
The Wyze Handheld Vacuum is cordless, so its range is limited only by the remaining battery life and the room left in its dirt compartment. That said, its included hose is very short, which can make it tricky to clean hard-to-reach areas.
This vacuum is fantastically portable. It's similar in weight to alternatives like the BISSELL AeroSlim and is easy to carry around.
The Wyze Handheld Vacuum's battery performance is okay. It supplies over 30 minutes of runtime when used in its default power setting, which drops to a little over 10 minutes if you run it continuously in its Max Power Mode. However, this can vary in the real world. It features a trio of battery indicator lights, allowing you to check the estimated remaining charge at a glance.
This vacuum has a a few quality of life features. You can increase its suction power by quickly pressing the easily-accessible main power button while the vacuum is on. Holding the button down turns the vacuum on or off.
This vacuum comes with a relatively wide assortment of tools and accessories. Its upholstery tool can be fitted directly to the vacuum, but the rest of the included accessories can only be attached using the included adapter. These include a crevice tool for tackling messes in tight corners and a soft bristle brush for dusting off delicate surfaces. You can use the included extension wand to make it easier to clean hard-to-reach areas.
You can only use this vacuum in a handheld configuration. You can use its attachment adapter and crevice tool to clean tight spots or fit the extension hose in place to extend your range.
The Wyze Handheld Vacuum delivers good performance on bare floors. It sucks up pet hair and small debris like rice without an issue. However, it struggles somewhat with bulkier material, like cereal.
The Wyze Handheld Vacuum does a good job of cleaning debris on low-pile carpet. It easily sucks up pet hair and does a relatively good job of dealing with debris like baking soda, though you may need to do an extra pass to clear it all. It has a slightly harder time dealing with larger debris like sand, but its performance in this respect is still fair overall.
The Wyze Handheld Vacuum delivers impressive performance on high-pile carpet. It clears pet hair and most larger debris like sand. However, it can struggle slightly when it comes to fine material like baking soda.
The Wyze Handheld Vacuum has good maneuverability. While it isn't well-suited to cleaning large areas, the included assortment of tools and accessories make it easier to clean hard-to-reach areas, like the crevices between couch cushions or underneath tables.
The Wyze Handheld Vacuum is only available in one color variant: 'Black', and you can see its label here.
Let us know if you come across another variant, and we'll update our review.
The Wyze Handheld Vacuum is a compact cordless vacuum designed for spot cleaning. It's similar in size to vacuums like the BISSELL AeroSlim or eufy HomeVac H11 with longer maximum battery life, an onboard HEPA filter, and slightly better performance when clearing bulkier debris like cereal.
The Wyze Handheld Vacuum is better than the Shark ION W1 WANDVAC. The Wyze delivers better performance on bare floors and high-pile carpet, comes with a broader assortment of tools, lasts longer on a single charge, and has a larger dirt compartment. Meanwhile, the Shark has virtually no recurring costs and does a better job of sucking up fine debris, like baking soda, from low-pile carpet.
The Shark UltraCyclone Pet Pro+ is better for most uses than the Wyze Handheld Vacuum. The Shark is easier to maintain, has a larger dirt compartment, and comes with a turbo brush for cleaning messes on upholstered surfaces. It also clears debris more effectively on bare floors as well as low and high-pile carpet. That said, the Wyze incurs lower recurring costs, is easier to store, lasts longer on a single charge, and comes with an extension hose to extend your reach.
The HoLife HM036E and Wyze Handheld Vacuum each have their strengths, so one might be a better fit for you compared to another. The HoLife can be used to clean up liquid messes, though we don't currently test for this, and you should thoroughly clean the vacuum following this kind of use. The HoLife also struggles much less with bulky debris such as cereal and has a larger dirt compartment. Meanwhile, the Wyze has a suction power adjustment feature, a longer maximum battery life, and struggles less with larger material like sand on high-pile carpets.
The Wyze Handheld Vacuum and Black+Decker dustbuster AdvancedClean+ Pet perform better under different use cases, so one may be a better fit than the other, depending on your needs. The Wyze is smaller, lighter, delivers slightly better performance on low and high-pile carpets, and has an allergen-trapping HEPA filter. Despite taking much less time to recharge, it also has a similar battery life to the Black+Decker, though this can vary in the real world. However, the Black+Decker clears debris more effectively on bare floors, comes with a turbo brush, and has a bigger dirt compartment that doesn't need emptying as often.
The Wyze Handheld Vacuum is better for most use cases than the Black+Decker dustbuster CHV1410L. The Wyze is more compact, easier to carry around, has a much longer maximum battery life, and comes with more tools and accessories, as well as a HEPA filter to trap allergens as you clean. It also clears debris more effectively on low and high-pile carpet. Meanwhile, the Black+Decker has a much bigger dirt compartment and incurs fewer recurring costs.
The Wyze Handheld Vacuum is better for most uses than the BISSELL AeroSlim. The Wyze has a larger dirt compartment, an allergen-trapping HEPA filter, more tools and accessories, and delivers superior overall performance on bare floors, low-pile carpet, and high-pile carpet. Meanwhile, the BISSELL has virtually no recurring costs.
The iRobot H1 and Wyze Handheld Vacuum have their advantages; one may suit you better than the other, depending on your needs. The iRobot has a bigger dirt compartment that needs emptying less often, a turbo brush for dealing with messes on upholstered surfaces, and superior performance on low and high-pile carpet. The Wyze does a better job of cleaning bare floors, is less demanding in regular maintenance, and incurs fewer recurring costs. It's also more maneuverable thanks to its smaller size.