When it comes to suction power, motors matter most
Cheap motors yield cheaper results. We went all-out with a beefy digital motor that reaches an industrial level of suction. Our efficient, brushless design significantly reduces friction to maintain peak power, high durability, and longer battery life.
Dust bunnies have been living rent-free in the shadows for too long. See more with 6 daylight-bright LED lights in the brush head to illuminate dust and debris under furniture.
There’s a tool for that
Crumbs in the couch? We’ve got a crevice tool for that. Dust on the door frame? We’ve got a brush tool for that. Our array of attachments help you tackle any kind of mess.
3-stage filtration system
First, the vacuum cyclone separates different sized debris. Next, a metal screen filters large particles like dirt and hair. Finally, a high-efficiency HEPA filter removes 99.99% of particles <0.3 µm in diameter.
2. Fully charge the vacuum using the included charger. The LED screen will show 100% when fully charged. Unplug the vacuum from power.
3. To turn on the vacuum and operate in Medium Mode (default), press the Power button and begin cleaning. For change the suction, tap the Mode Shift button on the LED screen to switch to Turbo Mode or Eco Mode.
4. To turn off the vacuum, press the Power button again.
Where can I use Wyze Cordless Vacuum?
The cordless vacuum performs best when used indoors, on dry surfaces, bare floors, and carpets with short and firm textures. It is not recommended to use Wyze Cordless Vacuum on thick or plush carpets. You can switch to handheld use by attaching the accessories after removing the floor brush and aluminum tube.
Use attachments to clean areas like your sofa, bed, ceiling, and stairs.
Note: The cordless vacuum only comes with a Crevice Tool and the 2-in-1 Brush tool. You can purchase additional attachments at Wyze.com.
What is the dust cup capacity of Wyze Cordless Vacuum?
The capacity of the dust cup is 0.7 L.
How loud is Wyze Cordless Vacuum while in use?
The volume is about <80 dBA in Turbo Mode, the strongest mode.
When should I use the attachments for the cordless vacuum?
Use the 2-in-1 Brush tool when a softer touch is required.
Use the mini-motorized brush for a deeper clean to remove dust particles and mites in bedding, carpeted stairs, and more.
Use the extension hose when you need more flexibility when cleaning.
Use the crevice tool to pick up crumbs and dirt in corners, nook, and hard-to-reach areas.
Can Wyze Cordless remove pet hair from clothes and bedding?
Yes, Wyze Cordless Vacuum works great to remove pet hair from all dry surfaces.
Is Wyze Cordless Vacuum a wet/dry vacuum?
No, only use Wyze Cordless Vacuum on dry surfaces to pick up dry debris. Do not use it on wet surfaces or to pick up liquids.
What can I not vacuum up with Wyze Cordless Vacuum? What objects should I avoid?
Liquids, including water and oil.
Chemicals, inflammable and explosive hazardous materials.
Sharp objects such as broken glass, construction waste, screws, etc.
Burning objects such as cigarette butts, matches, and ash.
Can I purchase a back-up battery for Wyze Cordless Vacuum?
Remove the dust cup from the Main Unit, pull out the HEPA filter, and rinse the filter and dust cup with fresh water. Let all parts air dry completely. Do not expose the filters to direct sunlight or high temperatures.
More detailed maintenance instructions are available in the Quick Start Guide.
How does the Wall Mount Base work? Does it have to be near a plug?
Use the included Wall Mount to store your Wyze Cordless Vacuum. It can be used to hold the main unit, crevice tool, and 2-in-1 dust brush. Yes, it does need to be installed near a power outlet for charging.
Does the cordless vacuum stand up on its own?
No, it cannot stand up on its own. Please use the included wall mount for storage.