Kyvol V20 cordless vacuum cleaner review

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Kyvol V20 cordless vacuum cleaner

REVIEW – Clean Freaks Unite! Most of the time, my home is ship-shape. I enjoy keeping it orderly and scrubbed, but that’s not always possible with my furry friends and active family. Always in need of a quick cleanup, I jumped at the opportunity to give the Kyvol V20 cordless stick vacuum a few laps around my domicile.

What is it?

The Kyvol V20 cordless vacuum is a battery-operated, motorized sweeper with large and small agitating brush heads and crevice tools for cleaning indoor floors and surfaces.

Hardware Specs:

  • 300W brushless motor
  • Up to 25KPa suction
  • Motorized LED head
  • 40-Minutes run time
  • 2500mAh Samsung detachable battery pack
  • Two section levels
  • Includes floor and furniture motorized heads, brush and crevice tools
  • Four-Stage cyclone vacuum
  • HEPA filter

What’s in the Box?

  • Kyvol V20 vacuum
  • Battery pack
  • Wall charger
  • Wall mount, anchors, and screws
  • Motorized floor brush head
  • Mini motorized brush head
  • Crevice nozzle
  • 2-in-1 brush head
  • Spare HEPA filter
  • Instruction manual

Design and Features:

The Kyvol V20 vacuum comes well-packed and protected to ensure it arrives on your doorstep in pristine condition.

The first step was charging the battery, a four-hour process. As the vacuum charges, three blue LEDs show status, eventually turning solid when charging is complete.

The charger is a 26.5-volt, 500mA wall-wart transformer. The vacuum end plugs into a coax-style socket on the top.

I would have preferred a charger that connects when the Kyvol V20 vacuum is placed into the wall charger, but this design is simple and gets the job done.

The battery is detachable and can be charged independently of the vacuum, a great feature! If your vacuuming needs are greater than 40 minutes, replacements can be purchased. Battery life is accurate. I measured 45 minutes of run time on carpet and bare floors.

Assembly is intuitive and made even easier with well-written instructions from the manual.

The Kyvol V20 motor is activated with the pull of a trigger. The vacuum defaults to the lower power setting. Toggling between the lower and higher modes is done with a pushbutton atop the vacuum assembly.

Even on the higher setting, the V20 is surprisingly quiet and suction was great.

I was impressed with the amount of kitty and bunny hair, cracker crumbs, and wayward kibble that whirled around in the dust bin after the first spin around the carpet.

Long hairs and threads might get wrapped up around the motorized beater bar in the vacuum head, but I had no trouble freeing them with a pair of scissors.

The dust enclosure pops open to release debris into any convenient waste bin. There are no bags or need to touch the dusty interior of the vacuum unless there is a need to clean the dust bin more deeply.

Kyvol’s design makes it simple to completely disassemble.

The larger motorized head is equipped with LEDs to illuminate those hard-to-see corners. I wish all vacuums had headlights!

The mini motorized head is ideal for cleaning chairs, curtains, and carpets!

The head is equipped with an interesting swivel that allows for optimal cleaning angles, another nice feature!

Also included are a 2-in-1 brush tool and crevice nozzle. Both are useful in poking around couch cushions and subduing the occasional spider that mistakenly chooses my bedroom as its sanctuary – fat chance arachnid invader! The V20 is here to save me!

What I Like

  • Removable batteries that can be charged independently of the vacuum
  • A mini motorized brush head is included

What I Would Change

  • Add a charger integrated into the wall mount

Final Thoughts

I love “grab and go” stick vacuums for fast cleanup and the Kyvol V20 does not disappoint. With two motorized heads, removable batteries, abundant suction, long battery life, and easy disassembly, the Kyvol V20 is a winner in my book!

Price: $144.49
Where to buy: Walmart
Source: Sample for this review was provided by Kyvol.

7 thoughts on “Kyvol V20 cordless vacuum cleaner review”

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  2. Excellent review Dave. Is a second battery expensive and is Walmart a good place to get the product? I wonder if Walmart does extended warranties?

  3. @Helpman My boyfriend is experiencing these lint bugs and yes i did think he was crazy until i saw them for myself. Any idea where there things come from? What state do u live in? We are in delaware. Any suggestions other than what you already wrote?thank you, Dorian

  4. Margaret Sheppard-Johnson

    I love my vacuum, but the battery is waring out. I have my vacuum for 10 months now. I just love not having to plug it in!!

    I need a replacement battery bad. I would suggest to have a back up just in case.

  5. Do not buy this vacuum. The battery will gradually degrade in 5 months with no replacement option that I know of. Worked great when received, now worthless since dedicated battery will not hold a charge. In 2020, this vacuum (along with many other KYVOL items) was sold on Amazon with a promise from KYVOL that a replacement battery will be available in early 2021. Did not happen. I looks like Amazon removed ALL KYVOL products in 2021. I wonder why. If they are now on Amazon, they have to be operating under a different company name unaware to Amazon. They are selling all the same products now at Walmart. Beware.

  6. I have two of the V20 cordless stick vacuums. Kyvol support services says this about their battery: It will last 5-8 min on maximum, 15-20 min on medium (default), and 45-50 min on minimum. BOTH batteries on my two units last less than 10 minutes when running on “minimum”. I’ve test run several times just to be sure of their ability to last and nothing changed.
    Kyvol does not have replacement batteries and because I’m outside the warranty period, I’m left to figure it out on my own.
    The vacuum does a good job cleaning, but the battery has something to be desired.

  7. Where can a extra/replacement battery be purchased? We thought the charger was the issue, so we bought another one, but the battery won’t hold a charge longer than a minute

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