- With a tangle-free pet hair care technology, it focuses on picking up hairs, dirt, and debris on hard floors.
- The low profile design cleans under beds and furniture where dirt hides. It is ideal for hardwood, tile, laminate, or stone.
- Self-charging, programmable schedule, smart sensors for anti-bump and anti-fall. Runtime 90-100 minutes.
- Easy operation with remote control, or one-touch auto clean button on the robot.
- Tip: Easy maintenance, empty dustbin and clean the filter after each use. Replace filter every month.
Yikes. My first robot vacuum. Had no idea how much I was missing with a small dog and cat in the house. It's a great every day runner on my low pile carpet downstairs. It gets places I can't really reach now that I'm a little immobile following knee replacement (getting better, but still not moving stuff to vacuum).I run it for a 30 - 45 minutes or so every day in a room that's about 25 x 25. It's usually good about getting around obstacles but sometimes gets stuck trying to get onto the cat tree (the base of the cat tree isn't tall enough for it to "bump into" and leave alone). It has really helped keep the room cleaner. I like it so much that even when I'm back to full speed following my knee surgery I can see it saving me time and letting me focus on other things.
After window shopping Roombas and being put off by the high price I took a chance on this thinking "Well if it doesn't work great it isn't that expensive." I have mainly used this in a large downstairs with all wood and area rugs. I had dry mopped and wet mopped it just 4-5 days previous and figured it wouldn't get much but i wanted to see how it figured the place out. i ran it two times before checking the bin and wow -- so much hair, dust, and other little bits i could not believe. It even seems to take care with many things not to slam into them but it can't notice things like a chair leg as well. On an area that is many hundred square feet there were not a whole lot of places it missed but frankly - if you run it often it will go and get the the next time. And it finds its way back to the base just great - I would recommend making sure you have it clear enough to have a good path to find its home.Overall I'm very impressed. Not alot of additional features like apps and stuff but for what it does, well worth the purchase. Will see how long it lasts.
I had a Roomba that crapped out on me recently. My dogs spilled their water bowl while I was at work, and I had the Roomba set on a timer. It ran over the spilled water and fried everything. I have two pugs that shed like mad so I knew I had to get another robot vacuum ASAP. I didn’t want to fork over the cash for a Roomba, so I went with this brand and model instead. I was super apprehensive about buying from a brand I didn’t recognize, but let me tell you - I’m so glad I did. This thing picks up way more than my Roomba, runs much longer, and is much quieter. It’s also a great price. I highly recommend this product!
Today was the second day I use this vacuum cleaner. It charges maybe in four hours and that lasts for two hours of operation. That little sucker (literally) has gone all around my apartment and has made my self esteem regarding how clean I thought I was go down below the minimums. The first day collected so much dust and hair from the floor that the dust bin was full after the two hours of operation, so it is important to clean it after every use. Today in it's second round was less dust to vacuum so you can see how effective it is. This thing goes up the three carpets I have in my apartment, the thickest one being maybe six milimiter tall. It went under the bed in the room, between chairs, in the bathroom, closet and kitchen. My apartment is relatively small 70 square meters, and in two hours it easily made two runs in every room. So, very happy with the product, until now it does all it's supposed to do. I walked behind it to see how it behaved, didn't get stuck and worked on the edges and the center of the room. Finally after two hours it goes in home mode and docks in its charger without any problems. Something to have in mind is that I have no pets, so the hair laying on the floor comes mostly from my head and my chest, I like to run around with little to no clothes. I named it Rosey as in the Jetsons and I'm so satisfied with Rosey that my wife made me choose between her and the vacuum cleaner. Too bad, I'm going to miss my wife.In a few days I'll update the review.
I think your happiness with a robot vacuum depends upon your expectation(s). I think I've had it for about a month and half now. The things I love most about this product are that (i) it goes under my coffee table (which has low clearance and which we refer to as the "black hole"), sofas and beds; (2) it gets up against my baseboards and toekicks in the kitchen; and (3) it keeps my floors tidy on a regular basis. Before the robot, I used to vacuum about once a week. I run the robot (or "release the Hound" as we say) a couple of times a week and I don't feel bad if I have unexpected guests. I have a mixture of flooring types, and the robot generally transitions well among them. It occasionally gets caught on a small area rug, but my regular vacuum would get sucked up right away. Don't expect it to go over any rugs that don't have a rubber backing, it will just push them around. Also best to keep small cords tucked away. I have used twist ties in some cases to secure them. Even though it is round, because the brushes stick out, it gets into corners pretty well. I don't expect this to replace my regular vacuum, but it sure helps me a lot. I don't have any pets at the moment, so I can't say anything about that. I would recommend running the regular vacuum before your first use because the dust canister probably won't hold all of the dust it picks up. Each time I run it there is less in the dust canister, so I feel confident that it is working well. My husband has allergies and I am hopeful that it will pick up dust and pollen and help ease his seasonal allergies.