At the end of April a RAMBO alert went out on Twittermoms that Vroom was looking for families to use and review their Vroom Solo vacuum system. I applied immediately. We were accepted and our Vroom arrived just before Memorial Day weekend.
When we returned from our long weekend away my son and I opened the 2 boxes the Vroom came in and looked at the instructions. The mounting instruction were a little daunting so I decided that would be a good project for son and hubby that evening. In the mean time I checked out the measurements of the Vroom and tried to decide where to mount it. I have a very small galley kitchen. I only have 2 regular sized base cabinets in the kitchen and 1 in the dining room. Those cabinets are chock-a-block full of stuff already. I had originally planned on installing the Vroom Solo in the cabinet in the dining room, but upon measuring I found out it wouldn’t fit due to the built in shelf. We finally decided it would fit on the floor in the corner between the cabinet and the microwave stand. Since we weren’t installing it in a cabinet the only assembly was connecting the two parts of the unit together and plugging it in.
We have been using the Vroom Solo for 2 weeks now and it is awesome! There is no need to pull out the broom or the upright vacuum to clean up dry messes in the kitchen, dining room or laundry room. The 24 foot hoses reaches all of those areas. We have used it to clean up messes on the floor, counter, kitchen table and even the dryer lint trap. It has super suction and works in just seconds.
Here we are cleaning up cereal from the kitchen floor.
I love my Vroom Solo. The only things that would make it better is 1) if it also cleaned up wet messes and 2) if it were quieter.
You can purchase the Vroom Solo from your local dealer. The Vroom Solo retails for $299.00. You can also register to win a Vroom Solo on the VroomYourRoom.com website, just click on the “Win a Vroom” button.