Samsung’s Bespoke Jet: get $200 off now

The Bespoke Jet is Samsung’s soon-to-be released cordless vacuum cleaner. As the name suggests, it’s a new model in Samsung’s range of Jet vacuums. But it’s had a major redesign and has two stand-out features: it’s self-emptying and it’s available in a range of colours, just like Samsung’s Bespoke fridges.

It’s now available to order in the US. Ordinarily priced at $899, you can currently buy it for $699, if you order now. You won’t get it right away, though.

When you’ll receive it depends on the colourway you choose. Buy it in Woody green and you’ll get it by March 30. Opt for Midnight Blue and it’ll arrive by April 12. If you want misty White, it’ll be with you by 3 May. 

What does the Bespoke Jet cost?

The price for the Bespoke Jet in the US is $899. However, there’s currently a pre-order deal on, allowing you to buy for $699.

As yet, there’s been no UK price for the Bespoke Jet. However, the Jet 90, which is Samsung’s current top-of-the-line cordless cleaner, is priced at £599, so we’d expect it to be higher. It may well have an RRP of around £799. In South Korea, the Bespoke Jet is priced at 1,399,000 won, which is around €1,017/ £860/ $1,180. 

Bespoke Jet in blue

When will be Bespoke Jet be released?

In a global press release written out of Korea in May 2021, it was announced: “The new Bespoke Jet™ will be available in three colors and launches in U.S., Europe, CIS and Southeast Asia in the second half of 2021.”

However, various worldwide supply chain issues slowed the launches. Although it’s now available in the US, it’s not yet on sale in the UK and Europe. 

What are the Bespoke Jet’s features?

The Bespoke Jet’s key feature is that it is self-emptying. When you return it back to its base to charge, the dock will automatically empty the vac via suction. The dirt and dust is stored in a bag in the dock, which needs to be changed much less often – perhaps monthly.

This transforms a bagless cleaner into a bagged system, which will benefit people who suffer from a sensitivity to dust or a related allergy. As there’s no emptying into your kitchen bin, there’s no dust cloud in the face, and you’ll never have to poke around in your vacuum cleaner’s bin to dislodge fluff and rubbish. It does, however, mean that you’ll have to invest in bags for the dock.

Essentially, the Bespoke Jet is an upgrade to the Jet 90 cordless vacuum cleaner, which can be bought in conjunction with Samsung’s Clean Station (a vacuum bin). When you’ve finished a clean, you pop out the full bin, stick it into the top of the Clean Station, and it’ll be emptied via suction.

The Bespoke will fulfil the same function but it’s eliminated some of the steps and streamlined the process into one automatic action when it’s docked.

The Bespoke Jet will also be lighter than the Jet 90, have more powerful suction and a redesigned grip for greater comfort.

Bespoke Jet in white

Another key feature is its LCD screen, which will display information on battery life, troubleshooting and suction level.

It also has a multi-layer filtration system to prevent small dust particles from being blown back out into the air. 

What colours will the Bespoke Jet be available in?

Samsung’s Bespoke home appliance ranges were inspired by the not-incredibly-wild idea that appliances are visible in our homes, we look at them everyday and it might be nice to give customers an option where colour schemes are concerned.

Samsung Bespoke Jet colour options

In Korea, the Bespoke Jet is available in four colourways (blue, green, white and yellow) across several different models. However, only the blue, white and green models will be made available in the US and Europe.

We’ll update this article as more information becomes available. In the meantime, to see what we thought of the Samsung Jet 90 cordless vacuum cleaner and the Clean Station, check out our reviews. Or for more vacuum cleaner options, have a look at our round-up of the best vacuum cleaners we’ve tested.


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