ABOUT JASHEN

JASHEN Corporation registered in Asia as JASHEN Tech Ltd., is a Chinese privately owned vacuum cleaner and floor care product manufacturing corporation headquartered in Shenzhen, China

JASHEN establishes long-term partnership with world-leading enterprises, aiming to provide outstanding products and reliable support for our customers and the lowest TOTAL cost for our partners.

JASHEN is now serving more than 60 countries and regions across Asia, Europe, America, Middle East and Africa.

 

Develop History:

2018: Established JASHEN brand and launched on Amazon US, Europe, and Japan with J series cordless vacuum cleaner launched with design by Korean Designer.

2020: JASHEN established a local office in Kanagawa, Japan, as well as a local warehouse and customer service staff in the United States and Germany, as a result of its 500 percent yearly sales growth.

2021: Launched M16 cordless electric mop cleaner, type-D vacuums. Launched F12 and F16 wet & dry vacuums in China.

2022: Launch V19(450W cordless stick vacuum), F12 and F16(wet & dry vacuum), and type-S LDS robot vacuum in the US(by Walmart), Europe, and Japan market. Established Jashen self-owned factory in Shenzhen, China

★ Reviews

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Battery replacement

I love my Jashen vacuum so much I have 2 of them. My only complaint is how soon the battery runs out. It runs maybe 15-20 minutes.
Otherwise I love it (them)

Works well

The replacement cord works just like the one that came with the vacuum.

Professional

Transaction seem less.

Works, but was hard to purchase and expensive

First, I had my vacuum for less than a year before it needed a new battery. I had to diagnose this issue myself, because the web info wasn’t helpful. And when I decided to try a new battery, I couldn’t find it on the official website. By reading others’ reviews, I saw that I needed to make the purchase from the company’s Facebook page. (What’s that about??). I wasn’t 100% sure that I could trust the Facebook page, nor was I 100% sure a new battery (at $62! I only paid $130 for the vacuum on a flash sale!)—but the site was legit, and the battery arrived as promised. Turns out it is the right fix. We’ll see how long this one lasts. I’m doing the math because at some point I will decide I should have bought the Dyson stick….) The vacuum itself is good!