Samsung VU7000 Motion Sync Bagless Upright Vacuum Review

VU7000-2 The Samsung VU7000 Upright vacuum makes my life easy,The detachable handheld vac can be quickly removed to clean in tight places traditional vacuums can’t access. With the VU7000, you get the assurance of a 5 years warranty from Samsung that ensures your $449 investment goes a long way. Unique to the Samsung VU7000 is the hose-less design and separate motor allows for more freedom of movement and the built-in accessories ensure you don’t waste time looking for lost tools..The strong centrifugal forces in all 9-cyclonic chambers delivers powerful, powerful suction and filters more than 99% of fine dust and debris. The superior separation means filters last longer. This vacuum cleaner features an advanced HEPA filtration system, which is one reason why it is Certified asthma & allergy friendly™ by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA). It helps remove and capture 99% of dust and fine particles from the floor. Plus, it’s easy to remove and replace. The one-touch bagless dust bin is simple to remove and empty without spilling dust back on the floor. You can quickly open it with the push of a button, tip the contents into the trash and then effortlessly slide it back into place.

The Quickly transition from hard floors to carpet with the push of a button. For hard floors like wood or tile, turn off the brush roll for scatter-free suction. When returning to carpet, simply turn the brush roll back on. A one-touch bagless dust bin is simple to remove and empty without spilling. Then with the same easy you can easily detach the upright to have a vacuum that you can use on hard to reach corners an high ceilings. Overall this is a great vacuum to use and one I would recommend.


  • Motion Sync Design – Superior Swivel Steering Ensures Easy Maneuverability
  • Detachable Handheld Vac – Hose-less Design, Perfect for Hard-to-Reach Places
  • Cyclone Force Multi Separation Technology – 9 Chamber Cyclonic System
  • Multi-Surface Cleaning – Easily Transitions from Carpet to Hard Floor