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Samsung VC15F50 Vacuum Cleaner

1,500W Cylinder Vacuum Dry 5.5kg Apr 2015
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Maximum Input Power Type Cleaning Type Weight Release Date Energy Efficiency Rating
Average user reviews
Good suction
Good size
6 Reviews

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Reviews

Average User Reviews

This vacuum has an average user rating of 77 out of 100 based on 6 user reviews. Over 83% of reviewers gave this vacuum cleaner either 4 or 5 stars.

Samsung Has Good Reviews for Its Vacuum Cleaners

On average Samsung high maximum input power vacuum cleaners have good ratings as do all vacuums built by Samsung.


Good Suction

Several Samsung VC15F50 owners who reviewed the Samsung VC15F50 agreed that it had good suction. Joan Kay mentioned in his review of the Samsung VC15F50 “Great suction”. Kimberley wrote in her review on Amazon “Excellent suction (that can be adjusted), lifts all pet hairs, reasonably light”. Martin Childs he said in his review in October last year “It has a powerful suction and is coping extremely well with all the work we put it through”.

Easy to Empty

One Samsung VC15F50 reviewer who purchased the Samsung VC15F50 thought it was easy to empty.


Weight & Dimensions

Good Size

One Samsung VC15F50 reviewer said in their reviews that it was easy to carry around.

Average Weight

The VC15F50 has a fairly typical weight (5.5 kilograms) compared to most of the other high maximum input power vacuum cleaners that have been on the market for more than two years.

We compared all the other 5.5kg heavy vacuum cleaners to this vacuum and we think because of it's better review score, the Airbelt K3 Vulcano, and the Airbelt K3 Premium both from Sebo or the Nilfisk Buddy II 18T (£94.29) is also worth considering.

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Audio

Acceptable Noise Level

One Samsung VC15F50 owner said that the product was quiet. Martin Childs gave it a score of 80 out of 100 and he mentioned in his review of this vacuum cleaner “Very easy to empty (much easier than any other machine we've had) and it's so quiet considering how much suction power it has”.


Packaging Content

Has a Turbo Brush

The Samsung VC15F50 has a turbo brush, as do most of the other high maximum input power vacuum cleaners that have been around for around the same time as this vacuum cleaner.

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Power

Supports Variable Power

The VC15F50 supports variable power. Most of the other vacuum cleaners of this age and type also support variable power.

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Average Suction Power

At 370 Watts, the VC15F50 has a relatively standard suction power compared to most of the other high maximum input power vacuum cleaners that have been available for more than two years.

Other 370W suction power vacuums currently available that you might want to look at include because of it's better review score, the FC8631, or the FC863 both from Philips.

If you would prefer a higher suction power then you might also want to consider the SINGER SVCB 4527 ECO (420W), the Samsung SC21F60 (530W), or the Nilfisk Power Cleaner (£159.99) (550W) which also has a higher rating.

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Ergonomics

Has an Automatic Cord Rewinder

The Samsung VC15F50 has an automatic cord rewinder. Most of the other vacuums of a comparable age and spec to this vacuum cleaner also have an automatic cord rewinder.

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Performance

C Carpet Cleaning Performance Class

This vacuum cleaner has a C carpet cleaning performance class, which is typical of many vacuums of a comparable age and spec to it.

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Average Noise Level

The Samsung VC15F50 has a fairly typical noise level (80 decibels) compared to most of the other vacuums that are a similar age to this vacuum cleaner.

Alternative 80dB noise level vacuum cleaners currently available which you might also want to look at include the Einhell TH-VC 1815 (£49.99), the Sencor SVC 45, or the Bestron Puro (£83.99) which has better reviews.

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Other

Released Over Two Years Ago

Samsung released the VC15F50 in April 2017.

Product Identifiers

Manufacturer Part Numbers samsung vc15f50hdtrrd, samsung vc15f50hdur, vc15f50hu1uen, vc15f50hdtreu, sc15f50ht
Barcodes 08806086247238, 08806086428538, 8806086247221

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