Meet Zoom… The World’s Fastest Vacuum! Weighing only eight pounds, the Ultra Lightweight upright from CleanMax couples extreme maneuverability with tremendous cleaning power to get the job done now! Plus, the Zoom is built to last with tough polycarbonate materials and an aluminum handle tube to ensure this upright will stand up to the toughest tasks day after day.

  • Color: Black
  • Carpet Height Adjustment: Automatic
  • Carry Handle: Yes
  • Belt Type: Standard
  • Bottom Plate Material: ABS Plastic
  • Brushroll Type: Wood with Crimped Brushstrips
  • Cord Length: No Cord
  • Filtration: HEPA Bag
  • Handle Tube Material: Metal Handle Tube
  • Headlight: LED
  • Motor: 480 Watts 8.5 AMPS
  • Motor Protection: Yes
  • Nozzle: 13” with Clear Bumper
  • On Off Switch Location: On Handle
  • Power Amp Watts: 480 Watts, 44 Volt Li Ion Battery
  • Length Of Warranty: 1 Year
  • Wheel Type: 6 Rubber Wheels
  • Auto Height Adjustment Yes
  • Decibel Rating: Less than 70 dBA
  • Certifications: LEED Qualifying UL Approved Carpet and Rug Institute Seal of Approval - Bronze
The CleanMax ZM-800.6 has a powerful 44-Volt Lithium Ion Interchangeable Battery, 2.9 Ah/128 Wh, with approx. 50 Minutes of Vacuuming per Charge. The battery pack keeps the vacuum working at full power the entire run-time and easily swaps out for a fresh pack.

How Do Vacuums Receive a CRI Rating?

Vacuums with the CRI (Carpet and Rug Institute) Seal of Approval must pass a number of tests to ensure they are cleaning effectively and leaving carpets undamaged during vacuuming.

• Soil Removal: vacuums must remove a substantial amount of dirt from carpeting.

• Dust Containment: dust must remain trapped and unable to reenter the air after cleaning to ensure the indoor air quality isn’t negatively affected by vacuuming.

• Surface Appearance Change: carpeting must be undamaged after repeated vacuuming.

If a vacuum cleaner passes these tests, it receives a CRI Seal of Approval, but it’s not a simple pass or fail system. A vacuum that passes the Carpet and Rug Institute’s stringent tests is then ranked gold, silver or bronze based on its combined scores on these tests.