1. When the tube with holes in the cyclone gets clogged, it badly. Then you have to clean the cyclone right in the middle of cleaning. Sometimes you have to do this up to two times per cleaning.
2. Weak and thin plastic of the tube walls - burst in the most critical place, where the cyclone tube is mounted on the "gun" (see photo). Everything is within the framework of planned obsolescence, here Samsung engineers did not let us down - at the forefront of the latest trends. I found out in the SC, such a detail costs 700.
3. The battery cover on the handle barely holds on and falls out even from light blows - I attached it with tape (see photo).
4. Too sensitive off on on the handle. I constantly accidentally turn off the vacuum cleaner during cleaning - they could drown it a little inside to protect it from accidental pressing.
5. Absolutely bespontovy three-stage power adjustment. In real life, you can only use the maximum mode, the other two are useless, because. too weak, i. E. none at all. It's bad that there is no intermediate mode between the average and maximum.
6. No vertical carry handle.
7. And most importantly: the on for winding the cord has stupidly fallen into the case 3 times over the past six months. As a result, after almost a year of use, we handed over the vacuum cleaner back to the store, tired of taking it to the service, the money was returned to us after the examination. In general, the Samsung screwed up with the design of this on, winding the cord by pressing on the carrying handle is a fierce trash. On the last Samsung 5345, this was not the case, the on is clic there. And on this model there are serious problems with the winding of the cord - it is very weak here, sometimes it winds, sometimes it doesn’t. As a result, you help to push the cord into the case with your hand. Compared to this, on the previous 5345, the winding is simply reactive.