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Best Cordless Vacuum of 2023

What is the best cordless vacuum?

The best cordless stick vacuums are lightweight and maneuverable without sacrificing the cleaning power of a corded model (and without costing too much, either). After years of testing dozens of models, CNET’s ultimate favorite is the Tineco Pure One S11, which offers top-tier cordless cleaning power, a lightweight design and a lower asking price than comparable models from the likes of Dyson, Samsung and other top manufacturers.

That said, there are plenty of other perfectly capable cordless vacuums that we can recommend, too. To find them, we’ve spent countless hours testing the top models from brands like Shark, Bissell, Dyson, Tineco, Eureka and Samsung at the CNET Home product testing lab in Louisville, Kentucky. Specifically, we run a rigorous slate of tests to determine each cleaner’s capabilities when it comes to picking up a variety of messes on a variety of different floor types. Whether it’s sucking fine particles like dust and sand out of thick, plushy carpets or collecting crumbs and pet hair off of hardwood floors, we take a complete look at how each vacuum performs in a controlled setting before recommending anything.

So which cordless vacs did the best in our tests? Glad you asked. Our picks for the best cordless vacuums are listed below — and keep checking back, because we’ll update this list periodically whenever new models make their way through our lab.

Best cordless vacuums of 2023

Cordless vacuum price scale:

  • $ = Budget: $299 and below
  • $$ = Average: $300 to $500
  • $$$ = Premium: $500 and up

These reflect MSRP or list prices. Sales and other price fluctuations may cause a vacuum to move within the scale for a given period of time. 

Other cordless vacuums with great cleaning power

Tineco Pure One S15 Pet: Another top performer from Tineco, the Pure One S15 Pet is nearly identical to our top pick, the S11, but it costs an extra $100 at a retail price of $500. For the money, you’re essentially getting the same basic cleaner as the S11, but with an anti-tangle brush head that’s better designed for tackling excess amounts of pet hair, as well as a free-standing dock design that doesn’t need to be drilled into your wall. It was a top five finisher in both our sand and rice tests, but the S11 actually edged it out on both fronts with even better cleaning power at an even better value.

Samsung Jet 90: Our toughest cordless vacuum cleaning challenge is the mid-pile sand test, where we see how much sand each vacuum can suck out of thick, plushy carpet. Only three of the 15 cordless vacuums we’ve tested in recent years have been able to average pickup percentages better than 80% in that test: the Dyson V15 Detect, the Tineco Pure One S15 Pet, and the Samsung Jet 90, which led the way overall with an outstanding mid-pile sand pickup percentage of 98%. It’s a splurge for sure at a retail price of $650, but it’s still worthy of consideration if you have lots of thick carpets in your home.

Samsung Jet 75: Nearly identical to the Jet 90, the Samsung Jet 75 offers comparable cleaning power and a similarly attractive build, as well as the same 60-minute battery life, the same HEPA filtration, and the same 200 air watts of suction. Build-wise, the main difference is that the Jet 90 uses a free-standing dock while the Jet 75’s dock needs to be drilled into your wall. It wasn’t nearly as strong a performer as the Jet 90 in that mid-pile sand test, but the Jet 75 still performed well overall, and at $600, it retails for a little less.

Dyson V11 Torque Drive: With a motor that automatically adapts to the type of floor it’s cleaning and a fancy LCD display, the Dyson V11 Torque Drive certainly feels the part of an upgrade pick. At a retail price of $700, with sale prices often bringing that number down closer to $500, it’s priced like one, too. The good news is that the vacuum lived up to the hype with highly consistent cleaning power across all of our tests, but it was outperformed by newer models like the Dyson V15 Detect, as well as competitors that cost less from Tineco and Samsung.

Other cordless vacuum value picks

Shark Rocket Pet Pro: Our previous pick for best value, the Shark Rocket Pet Pro remains a solid budget option in 2023 provided you can find it in stock. Typically retailing for less than $300, it offers excellent cleaning performance on hardwood floors and with crumbs and other small bits of debris, along with satisfactory pickup power on carpets and with dust. It features HEPA filtration and a self-cleaning, anti-tangle brush head that’s helpful for preventing pet hair clogs, and it also converts to a convenient handheld cleaner when needed.

Moosoo XL-618: It wasn’t a strong performer in our toughest tests, but the Mooso XL-618 proved perfectly capable for basic cleaning — particularly with crumbs and on hardwood floors. It also converts to a handheld vac you can use to clean your car or clean furniture. Retailing for $150 and frequently on sale for closer to $100, the XL-618 is about as inexpensive as cordless vacuums get, so if you’re willing to sacrifice some cleaning power in order to save some cash, it’s worth a look.

How we test cordless vacuums

Putting cordless vacuums through their paces isn’t as complicated as testing a robot vacuum cleaner, but it still takes lots of time and careful effort to find the best cordless vacuum.  

To get started, we hauled in 15 of the latest models from leading vacuum brands with high user ratings and reviews, and ran them through a series of tests designed to measure overall proficiency. We also tested cordless vacuums in a range of prices to see how much of a difference you can expect when you opt for a pricier model over a budget pick.

Testing cordless vacuums on different flooring 

We run each vacuum in a straight line across three different surfaces (hardwood, low-pile carpet and midpile carpet). On all three test beds, the test area is 30.25 inches long.

The width of the test bed is proportional to the vacuum’s nozzle width, which we measure ourselves. We also use nozzle width, plus the flooring type, to calculate the soil density for each test, per International Electrotechnical Commission guidelines. The IEC is a global standards body responsible for managing testing procedures, among other things, for vacuum manufacturers.

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We test vacuums on three types of floor surfaces.

Tyler Lizenby/CNET

Testing the cleaning ability of each cordless vacuum

We use three types of soil. To simulate small particle size, we use a mix of play sand and landscaping sand. To emulate larger dirt particles, we use uncooked black rice. To see how vacuums deal with pet hair, we use a mixture of clippings sourced to us through our local pet groomer. 

We run tests in a straight line across all three floor types.

Brian Bennett/CNET

We perform three runs (at minimum) on each floor type. We also test suction power with sand and rice separately. That comes to at least 18 tests per vacuum. To measure the results, we weigh the vacuum’s dust bin both before and after each run.

From there we can calculate the percentage of dirt and debris pickup for every run and the average amount of soil a vacuum manages to remove. Additionally, we run anecdotal (visual) pet hair tests for each vacuum, on all three floor types, to help us select the best cordless vacuum.

Which cordless vacuums cleaned up in CNET tests?

Let’s get right to the numbers, starting with our sand tests. The table below tells you the average percentage of sand each vacuum was able to remove from each of our three test surfaces. The vacuums are listed in order of overall sand removed in total, from the most to the least, so feel free to think of this as something of a sand test leaderboard.

Percentage of sand removed

Dyson V15 Detect 96.93% 95.28% 88.43%Samsung Jet 90 93.05% 85.71% 97.73%Tineco Pure One S11 98.77% 93.38% 78.43%Tineco Pure One S15 Pet 100.00% 88.33% 81.43%Samsung Jet 75 98.61% 90.56% 78.89%Tineco A11 Hero 98.47% 82.50% 72.45%Samsung Bespoke Jet 94.87% 81.25% 77.08%Dyson V11 Torque Drive 99.59% 78.43% 71.57%LG CordZero ThinQ 97.12% 80.88% 67.97%Shark Rocket Pet Pro 100.00% 67.59% 72.41%Eureka RapidClean Pro 94.44% 64.81% 60.37%Dyson V8 Absolute 97.94% 68.30% 52.12%Bissell IconPet 89.74% 66.16% 54.04%Moosoo XL-618 99.07% 41. 30% 52.22%Aposen Cordless Vacuum 67.09% 27.95% 37.67%

  • Sand removed from hardwood floors
  • Sand removed from from low-pile carpet
  • Sand removed from mid-pile carpet

Note: Results listed are the average percentage of total material removed from test surface

As you can see, the Dyson V15 Detect is our top overall cleaner in these sand tests, but note that the Samsung Jet 90 actually outperformed it by a considerable margin on thick, plushy mid-pile carpet. Sucking sand out of carpets like those is a real challenge — most of the vacuums we test can’t even remove 80% of the stuff when all is said and done. The Jet 90 managed almost 98%, which is pretty outstanding. If you have thick carpets like those in your home, it’s definitely worth a look.

Meanwhile, the Tineco Pure One S11 is the only cordless vacuum in the top 5 of our sand tests that retails for less than $500. At a price of $400 (or less, if you catch a sale), it offers a high level of performance at a strong value relative to the competition, which is a large part of the reason why it’s our top recommended cordless vacuum.

That does it for sand — now let’s take a look at how the cordless vacuums we tested handled uncooked black rice, our stand-in for crumbs and other larger-sized bits of debris.

Percentage of rice removed

Tineco Pure One S11 100.00% 100.00% 100.00%Tineco Pure One S15 Pet 100.00% 100.00% 100.00%Shark Rocket Pet Pro 100.00% 100.00% 100.00%Moosoo XL-618 100.00% 100.00% 100.00%Tineco A11 Hero 97.48% 99.37% 97.63%Dyson V11 Torque Drive 98.25% 100.00% 94.68%LG CordZero ThinQ 95.65% 98.51% 98.27%Dyson V8 Absolute 100.00% 100.00% 92.13%Samsung Jet 90 93.05% 98.19% 97.73%Samsung Bespoke Jet 89.74% 98.21% 97.47%Samsung Jet 75 90.28% 98.41% 96.03%Dyson V15 Detect 96.93% 95.28% 88.43%Bissell IconPet 89.74% 93.80% 93.07%Eureka RapidClean Pro 71.76% 88. 62% 76.72%Aposen Cordless Vacuum Cleaner 43.35% 49.06% 46.90%

  • Rice removed from hardwood floors
  • Rice removed from from low-pile carpet
  • Rice removed from mid-pile carpet

Note: Results listed are the average percentage of total material removed from test surface

As you can see, the black rice test is less of a challenge than the sand test, and a number of the vacuums we tested, including the top-rated Tineco Pure One S11, finished with a perfect rating across all three surfaces. Interestingly, that shortlist of perfect-rated cleaners includes two of our value picks, the Shark Rocket Pet Pro and the Moosoo XL-618. Neither one was a standout with sand (in fact, the Moosoo model was among the worst in those tests), but with larger crumbs at least, both are perfectly capable.

The Bissell IconPet features headlights and a nice-looking black and green build, but it wasn’t a top performer in our tests.

Ry Crist/CNET

Other considerations when choosing a cordless vacuum

When choosing the best vacuums in various categories we considered other factors associated with each. We noted any vacuums with especially short battery life or a particularly heavy weight that might make them a less desirable option. 

Cordless vacuum battery life and runtime

Most of the vacuums on our list feature a runtime of 40 minutes before needing another charge, though a growing number of models are starting to offer higher-capacity batteries with runtimes of 60 minutes per charge. In truth, it’s a rare occasion that one would need more than 40 minutes of runtime for a single vacuuming session, and the prevalence of charging docks makes it easy to recharge in between cleaning runs. Because of this, battery life was not weighted as heavily as other features.

Cordless vacuum weight, size and bin capacity

All of the cordless vacuums we tested were between 4 and 7 pounds, but none was so heavy that it affected our recommendation. All of the vacuums on this list were also very similar in height and overall size. The Dyson models are both roughly 49 inches, while the Tineco A11 is shorter at just 43 inches tall. 

The Dyson and Tineco models all have bin volumes of about 0.6 liter, which is fairly common across the category. Our alternate budget pick, the Moosoo XL-618, has double that capacity (1.3 liters) so you’ll need to empty the bin less often.

Cordless vacuum warranties

Cordless vacuum warranties will vary by manufacturer and by model, but the majority of models we’ve tested will offer at least a year of coverage, if not two. The Dyson and Tineco models we tested each offer two years of coverage, as does the Samsung Bespoke Jet, though Samsung only offers a single year for its Jet 75 and Jet 90 cleaners.

Why you should trust CNET testing

Our team of CNET experts, editors and lab technicians has been testing vacuums in a smart home and testing warehouse located in Louisville for over 10 years. In that time, we’ve refined our testing methods and assessments in a controlled environment to measure the proficiency of robot vacuums, full-size models and cordless stick vacuums alike. For more details, check out this in-depth article on how we test vacuums at CNET. 

Cordless vacuum FAQs

Best Cordless Vacuum of 2023

What is the best cordless vacuum?

The best cordless stick vacuums are lightweight and maneuverable without sacrificing the cleaning power of a corded model (and without costing too much, either). After years of testing dozens of models, CNET’s ultimate favorite is the Tineco Pure One S11, which offers top-tier cordless cleaning power, a lightweight design and a lower asking price than comparable models from the likes of Dyson, Samsung and other top manufacturers.

That said, there are plenty of other perfectly capable cordless vacuums that we can recommend, too. To find them, we’ve spent countless hours testing the top models from brands like Shark, Bissell, Dyson, Tineco, Eureka and Samsung at the CNET Home product testing lab in Louisville, Kentucky. Specifically, we run a rigorous slate of tests to determine each cleaner’s capabilities when it comes to picking up a variety of messes on a variety of different floor types. Whether it’s sucking fine particles like dust and sand out of thick, plushy carpets or collecting crumbs and pet hair off of hardwood floors, we take a complete look at how each vacuum performs in a controlled setting before recommending anything.

So which cordless vacs did the best in our tests? Glad you asked. Our picks for the best cordless vacuums are listed below — and keep checking back, because we’ll update this list periodically whenever new models make their way through our lab.

Best cordless vacuums of 2023

Cordless vacuum price scale:

  • $ = Budget: $299 and below
  • $$ = Average: $300 to $500
  • $$$ = Premium: $500 and up

These reflect MSRP or list prices. Sales and other price fluctuations may cause a vacuum to move within the scale for a given period of time.  

Other cordless vacuums with great cleaning power

Tineco Pure One S15 Pet: Another top performer from Tineco, the Pure One S15 Pet is nearly identical to our top pick, the S11, but it costs an extra $100 at a retail price of $500. For the money, you’re essentially getting the same basic cleaner as the S11, but with an anti-tangle brush head that’s better designed for tackling excess amounts of pet hair, as well as a free-standing dock design that doesn’t need to be drilled into your wall. It was a top five finisher in both our sand and rice tests, but the S11 actually edged it out on both fronts with even better cleaning power at an even better value.

Samsung Jet 90: Our toughest cordless vacuum cleaning challenge is the mid-pile sand test, where we see how much sand each vacuum can suck out of thick, plushy carpet. Only three of the 15 cordless vacuums we’ve tested in recent years have been able to average pickup percentages better than 80% in that test: the Dyson V15 Detect, the Tineco Pure One S15 Pet, and the Samsung Jet 90, which led the way overall with an outstanding mid-pile sand pickup percentage of 98%. It’s a splurge for sure at a retail price of $650, but it’s still worthy of consideration if you have lots of thick carpets in your home.

Samsung Jet 75: Nearly identical to the Jet 90, the Samsung Jet 75 offers comparable cleaning power and a similarly attractive build, as well as the same 60-minute battery life, the same HEPA filtration, and the same 200 air watts of suction. Build-wise, the main difference is that the Jet 90 uses a free-standing dock while the Jet 75’s dock needs to be drilled into your wall. It wasn’t nearly as strong a performer as the Jet 90 in that mid-pile sand test, but the Jet 75 still performed well overall, and at $600, it retails for a little less.

Dyson V11 Torque Drive: With a motor that automatically adapts to the type of floor it’s cleaning and a fancy LCD display, the Dyson V11 Torque Drive certainly feels the part of an upgrade pick. At a retail price of $700, with sale prices often bringing that number down closer to $500, it’s priced like one, too. The good news is that the vacuum lived up to the hype with highly consistent cleaning power across all of our tests, but it was outperformed by newer models like the Dyson V15 Detect, as well as competitors that cost less from Tineco and Samsung.

Other cordless vacuum value picks

Shark Rocket Pet Pro: Our previous pick for best value, the Shark Rocket Pet Pro remains a solid budget option in 2023 provided you can find it in stock. Typically retailing for less than $300, it offers excellent cleaning performance on hardwood floors and with crumbs and other small bits of debris, along with satisfactory pickup power on carpets and with dust. It features HEPA filtration and a self-cleaning, anti-tangle brush head that’s helpful for preventing pet hair clogs, and it also converts to a convenient handheld cleaner when needed.

Moosoo XL-618: It wasn’t a strong performer in our toughest tests, but the Mooso XL-618 proved perfectly capable for basic cleaning — particularly with crumbs and on hardwood floors. It also converts to a handheld vac you can use to clean your car or clean furniture. Retailing for $150 and frequently on sale for closer to $100, the XL-618 is about as inexpensive as cordless vacuums get, so if you’re willing to sacrifice some cleaning power in order to save some cash, it’s worth a look.

How we test cordless vacuums

Putting cordless vacuums through their paces isn’t as complicated as testing a robot vacuum cleaner, but it still takes lots of time and careful effort to find the best cordless vacuum. 

To get started, we hauled in 15 of the latest models from leading vacuum brands with high user ratings and reviews, and ran them through a series of tests designed to measure overall proficiency. We also tested cordless vacuums in a range of prices to see how much of a difference you can expect when you opt for a pricier model over a budget pick.

Testing cordless vacuums on different flooring 

We run each vacuum in a straight line across three different surfaces (hardwood, low-pile carpet and midpile carpet). On all three test beds, the test area is 30.25 inches long.

The width of the test bed is proportional to the vacuum’s nozzle width, which we measure ourselves. We also use nozzle width, plus the flooring type, to calculate the soil density for each test, per International Electrotechnical Commission guidelines. The IEC is a global standards body responsible for managing testing procedures, among other things, for vacuum manufacturers.

Enlarge Image

We test vacuums on three types of floor surfaces.

Tyler Lizenby/CNET

Testing the cleaning ability of each cordless vacuum

We use three types of soil. To simulate small particle size, we use a mix of play sand and landscaping sand. To emulate larger dirt particles, we use uncooked black rice. To see how vacuums deal with pet hair, we use a mixture of clippings sourced to us through our local pet groomer. 

We run tests in a straight line across all three floor types.

Brian Bennett/CNET

We perform three runs (at minimum) on each floor type. We also test suction power with sand and rice separately. That comes to at least 18 tests per vacuum. To measure the results, we weigh the vacuum’s dust bin both before and after each run.

From there we can calculate the percentage of dirt and debris pickup for every run and the average amount of soil a vacuum manages to remove. Additionally, we run anecdotal (visual) pet hair tests for each vacuum, on all three floor types, to help us select the best cordless vacuum.

Which cordless vacuums cleaned up in CNET tests?

Let’s get right to the numbers, starting with our sand tests. The table below tells you the average percentage of sand each vacuum was able to remove from each of our three test surfaces. The vacuums are listed in order of overall sand removed in total, from the most to the least, so feel free to think of this as something of a sand test leaderboard.

Percentage of sand removed

Dyson V15 Detect 96.93% 95.28% 88.43%Samsung Jet 90 93.05% 85. 71% 97.73%Tineco Pure One S11 98.77% 93.38% 78.43%Tineco Pure One S15 Pet 100.00% 88.33% 81.43%Samsung Jet 75 98.61% 90.56% 78.89%Tineco A11 Hero 98.47% 82.50% 72.45%Samsung Bespoke Jet 94.87% 81.25% 77.08%Dyson V11 Torque Drive 99.59% 78.43% 71.57%LG CordZero ThinQ 97.12% 80.88% 67.97%Shark Rocket Pet Pro 100.00% 67.59% 72.41%Eureka RapidClean Pro 94.44% 64.81% 60.37%Dyson V8 Absolute 97.94% 68.30% 52.12%Bissell IconPet 89.74% 66.16% 54.04%Moosoo XL-618 99.07% 41.30% 52.22%Aposen Cordless Vacuum 67.09% 27.95% 37.67%

  • Sand removed from hardwood floors
  • Sand removed from from low-pile carpet
  • Sand removed from mid-pile carpet

Note: Results listed are the average percentage of total material removed from test surface

As you can see, the Dyson V15 Detect is our top overall cleaner in these sand tests, but note that the Samsung Jet 90 actually outperformed it by a considerable margin on thick, plushy mid-pile carpet. Sucking sand out of carpets like those is a real challenge — most of the vacuums we test can’t even remove 80% of the stuff when all is said and done. The Jet 90 managed almost 98%, which is pretty outstanding. If you have thick carpets like those in your home, it’s definitely worth a look.

Meanwhile, the Tineco Pure One S11 is the only cordless vacuum in the top 5 of our sand tests that retails for less than $500. At a price of $400 (or less, if you catch a sale), it offers a high level of performance at a strong value relative to the competition, which is a large part of the reason why it’s our top recommended cordless vacuum.

That does it for sand — now let’s take a look at how the cordless vacuums we tested handled uncooked black rice, our stand-in for crumbs and other larger-sized bits of debris.

Percentage of rice removed

Tineco Pure One S11 100.00% 100.00% 100.00%Tineco Pure One S15 Pet 100.00% 100.00% 100.00%Shark Rocket Pet Pro 100.00% 100.00% 100. 00%Moosoo XL-618 100.00% 100.00% 100.00%Tineco A11 Hero 97.48% 99.37% 97.63%Dyson V11 Torque Drive 98.25% 100.00% 94.68%LG CordZero ThinQ 95.65% 98.51% 98.27%Dyson V8 Absolute 100.00% 100.00% 92.13%Samsung Jet 90 93.05% 98.19% 97.73%Samsung Bespoke Jet 89.74% 98.21% 97.47%Samsung Jet 75 90.28% 98.41% 96.03%Dyson V15 Detect 96.93% 95.28% 88.43%Bissell IconPet 89.74% 93.80% 93.07%Eureka RapidClean Pro 71.76% 88.62% 76.72%Aposen Cordless Vacuum Cleaner 43.35% 49.06% 46.90%

  • Rice removed from hardwood floors
  • Rice removed from from low-pile carpet
  • Rice removed from mid-pile carpet

Note: Results listed are the average percentage of total material removed from test surface

As you can see, the black rice test is less of a challenge than the sand test, and a number of the vacuums we tested, including the top-rated Tineco Pure One S11, finished with a perfect rating across all three surfaces. Interestingly, that shortlist of perfect-rated cleaners includes two of our value picks, the Shark Rocket Pet Pro and the Moosoo XL-618. Neither one was a standout with sand (in fact, the Moosoo model was among the worst in those tests), but with larger crumbs at least, both are perfectly capable.

The Bissell IconPet features headlights and a nice-looking black and green build, but it wasn’t a top performer in our tests.

Ry Crist/CNET

Other considerations when choosing a cordless vacuum

When choosing the best vacuums in various categories we considered other factors associated with each. We noted any vacuums with especially short battery life or a particularly heavy weight that might make them a less desirable option. 

Cordless vacuum battery life and runtime

Most of the vacuums on our list feature a runtime of 40 minutes before needing another charge, though a growing number of models are starting to offer higher-capacity batteries with runtimes of 60 minutes per charge. In truth, it’s a rare occasion that one would need more than 40 minutes of runtime for a single vacuuming session, and the prevalence of charging docks makes it easy to recharge in between cleaning runs. Because of this, battery life was not weighted as heavily as other features.

Cordless vacuum weight, size and bin capacity

All of the cordless vacuums we tested were between 4 and 7 pounds, but none was so heavy that it affected our recommendation. All of the vacuums on this list were also very similar in height and overall size. The Dyson models are both roughly 49 inches, while the Tineco A11 is shorter at just 43 inches tall. 

The Dyson and Tineco models all have bin volumes of about 0.6 liter, which is fairly common across the category. Our alternate budget pick, the Moosoo XL-618, has double that capacity (1.3 liters) so you’ll need to empty the bin less often.

Cordless vacuum warranties

Cordless vacuum warranties will vary by manufacturer and by model, but the majority of models we’ve tested will offer at least a year of coverage, if not two. The Dyson and Tineco models we tested each offer two years of coverage, as does the Samsung Bespoke Jet, though Samsung only offers a single year for its Jet 75 and Jet 90 cleaners.

Why you should trust CNET testing

Our team of CNET experts, editors and lab technicians has been testing vacuums in a smart home and testing warehouse located in Louisville for over 10 years. In that time, we’ve refined our testing methods and assessments in a controlled environment to measure the proficiency of robot vacuums, full-size models and cordless stick vacuums alike. For more details, check out this in-depth article on how we test vacuums at CNET. 

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Touch Display Yes
For whom Universal
Features Shockproof, Alarm Clock, Bluetooth Music Playback, Water/Dust Resistant, Heart Rate Monitor, Sleep Tracker, Calorie Counter
Display type MIP
Built-in memory Up to 2 GB
Housing material Polymer
Strap material Silicone
Display Diagonal 2. 63
Sensors Accelerometer, Blood pressure monitor, Calorie counter, Heartbeat counter, Movement speed, With thermometer, With barometer, Heart rate monitor, Pedometer
Housing color Midnight Black
Strap color Black

Description

The Garmin Swim 2 is a GPS swimming smartwatch designed to monitor your heart rate and track distance, pace, stroke count, SWOLF and more in the pool and open water. Just add water.

WRIST PULSE

Get heart rate data underwater without a chest strap. Check your heart rate right on your wrist while swimming and resting, and then analyze the data after swimming in the Garmin Connect™ app.

OPEN WATER SWIMMING

Using the built-in GPS, you can train in lakes, oceans and rivers by recording distance, pace, stroke count, stroke rate, stroke distance and SWOLF.

POOL SWIMMING MODE

Dive into the water and start recording distance, pace, strokes, stroke type and SWOLF; Take advantage of advanced pool features including automatic rest.

CRITICAL SPEED

Guide your workouts and track your progress when you know your critical swimming speed, which approximates your anaerobic threshold speed.

WORKOUT REGISTRATION

Track time and distance for exercises such as take-off, one-arm swimming or stroke.

AUTO REST

When you need to take a break, the Garmin Swim 2 smartwatch lets you track your rest time with two types of timers.

PACE ALERTS

Turn-by-turn pace alerts make it easy to stay on course and reach your goals.

POOL SWIMMING WORKOUTS

Create your own custom workouts in the Garmin Connect app and display them on your workout watch.

PERFORMANCE MONITORING

Track heart rate zones, calories, aerobic and anaerobic training effects and more to train smarter and harder.

STRESS TRACKER

Find out if your day is calm, balanced or stressful. Reminders to relax will even tell you to do a short breathing exercise.

BODY BATTERY™ ENERGY MONITORING

Track your body’s energy levels to find the optimal time to be active and rest.

FITNESS TRACKING

As you walk, Garmin Swim 2 tracks steps, intensity minutes and more.

BUILT-IN SPORTS APPS

Change your workout routine with activity profiles for cycling, cardio, running and more.

SMART NOTIFICATIONS

Receive emails, texts and alerts directly to your watch when paired with a compatible smartphone.

SUPPORT FOR MULTIPLE GLOBAL NAVIGATION SATELLITE SYSTEMS

With access to multiple global navigation satellite systems (GPS, GLONASS and Galileo) you will know how far and fast you have swum during the longest open water swims.