We love vacuum cleaners for how easily they clean up mess, leaving us more time to accomplish other household chores. But we love robotic vacuum cleaners more even though they may not be able to match conventional models in suction power or efficiency. It’s the fact that they can be programmed to function on their own that makes them so laudable. But Chinavasion’s simply named Robotic Vacuum Cleaner seems to outweigh those we’re used to seeing in the market, having four cleaning routes with a dock for charging the device.
The 4-cleaning route feature is what sets the Robotic Vacuum Cleaner apart from its peers. With modes like Spiral, Polygonal Spiral, Random and Along the Wall, users don’t need to constantly keep an eye on its movements. Cliff and obstacle sensors and a bumper prevent it from running into objects or falling off stairs.
To save floor space, the Robotic Vacuum Cleaner stands upright when being charged on the dock which takes four hours for a complete charge.
Rotating brushes allow the vacuum cleaner to gather even flyway particles like pet hair from several surfaces including wood, marble and nylon floors.
Additional specs: Cleaning speed of 16.5 to 18.5 cm per second; 0.2 liter capacity; and, usage time of 55 minutes.
The Robotic Vacuum Cleaner costs $89.82 per unit and can be purchased from the company’s website. While there, be sure to check out Chinavasion’s other products like the car vacuum cleaner, LED mood light, night vision baby monitor and the electronic pet dog fencing system.