In 2017, a woman named Grace noticed how cumbersome home products had become—bulky, heavy, hard to use. She decided it was time for sleek, user-friendly products that don’t compromise on quality. So she created the Levoit brand.
For years, Levoit engineers have researched consumer pain points and responded with better designs, better technology. We focus on user-friendliness, energy-efficiency, and functionality. As a result, our products have created a global community of home wellness enthusiasts, brightening their daily routines with products that do what they promise.
Now, after becoming the #1 selling air purifier brand in the US*, we're introducing the Levoit VortexIQ™ 40 Flex Cordless Stick Vacuum.
What’s Different About This Vacuum
Vacuuming is one of America’s most dreaded chores. Dragging a heavy object from room to room is tiring, not to mention vacuuming the same spot over and over again—because are you sure you got everything?
Enter the sleek VortexIQ 40. Though the vacuum weighs just over 7 pounds, its 130AW suction power is strong enough to pick up a 6.5-pound weight. This makes the vacuum ideal for both small and large tasks, whether you’re cleaning carpet or hard floors.
Next up, Auto Mode. DPC (Dynamic Power Control) Technology™ uses an infrared sensor to detect debris, while Auto Mode adjusts the suction power accordingly. This means you don’t have to keep your vacuum on high the whole time, optimizing runtime (up to 40 minutes) and cleaning efficiency.
The VortexIQ 40 also uses 4-stage HEPA filtration to help stop particles from being released into your air while you vacuum. Two HEPA-type filters trap dust, pollen, and pet dander, while a metal filter protects them from large debris, such as crumbs and pet hair, that has been separated out by the strong cyclone effect.
Combined, these thoughtful features create an energy-efficient vacuum that seamlessly cleans messes and eliminates guesswork—taking the stress out of the mess.
*Source: The NPD Group / Retail Tracking Service, US unit sales, 24 months ending December 2021. According to Amazon sales.