Gtech AirRam MK2 Review
First Gtech AirRam was released in 2012 and it was too basic to solve all your vacuuming needs.
4 years later Gtech developed AirRam Mk2. The new AirRam has some remarkable improvements, which make it more useful.
Firstly a modified suction system has been added, makes it easier to pick up dirt.
Gtech AirRam MK2 Review: Cleaning performance
Its powerful brush bar makes cleaning hard floors very fast and easy.
To be honest, with carpets AirRam Mk2 struggles a bit more.
If you are a pet owner might not be a wise choice, because has some difficulties when trying to remove pet hair that’s been caught in carpet fibers.
Gtech’s AirLOC system it’s helpful to pickup larger debris.
The battery run-time is 40 minutes from a full charge, this is more than enough to clean a medium size home. Has remarkable Lithium-ion battery, so the vacuum doesn’t lose suction power, as the battery gets lower.
It’s lighter than most upright vacuums (3.5 kg), but quite heavier for a stick vacuum.
Great maneuverability, aided by the motorized brush bar, with two large wheels and two tiny wheels – it will feel like it’s gliding, so you don’t have to put any effort.
Another improvement it’s the new bin design that’s easy and hygienic to empty. Good dust capacity 0.8 liter.
Good filtration, Gtech affirm the filter will last for lifetime of the vacuum, but if you want to maintain suction power, you have to clean it.
Cool headlights in case you may have missed some debris.
If you are looking for a vacuum cleaner with a lot of attachments tools, AirRam MK2 it’s not for you, because doesn’t have any attachments.
Price its affordable for a premium cordless vacuum cleaner, so if you don’t have a big house with a lot of children or pets, Gtech AirRam MK2 provides great value for the money you pay.
Its main job is to clean most of your floors and thin carpets.
Gtech AirRam MK2 Review: Gtech AirRam MK2 Pros and Cons
- Powerful suction on hard-floors and thin carpets;
- Decent bin capacity, easy to empty system;
- Li-Ion Battery / Good run time;
- Highly maneuverable;
- Affordable as price;
Cons Gtech AirRam MK2:
- Struggles on deep carpets,
- Not efficient to pick up pet hair;
- Not so efficient on edges;
- There’s no any additional tools