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Five Things/Factors to Consider When Buying a Robot Vacuum Cleaner

Looking for a robot that is capable of cleaning your entire home? If so, but don’t know where to start or are not sure what makes the best robot is, then you have come to the right place.

In this article, we will show some of the important things to look for when shopping for one. Robots, on the other hand, are not created equal that is why you need to be careful when choosing.

Nevertheless, if you are now ready to have a cleaner environment without putting too much effort and hard work, then let’s get started.

  1. Auto-Scheduling Feature

Some robot vacuum cleaner users opt for a model that makes cleaning faster by simply pressing the start button, while others prefer a robot vacuum that provides auto-scheduling features.

This feature is very useful especially if you do not have time to clean your home or you are always out of your home during the day. Furthermore, with the auto-scheduling feature all you have to do is to set the robot’s schedule it could be every other day, weekly, daily, or every hour. After setting the schedule it will run automatically.

The newer models of robot vacuums like Eufy Robovac comes with more advanced scheduling feature.

  1. Power Requirements and Battery Charge

As we all know, robot vacuum cleaners are powered using batteries. Batteries need to be replaced or recharged. For this reason, it is very important to judge or look the quality of a certain robot vacuum when it comes to the power requirements.

Even so, a decent robot cleaner has a run-time of one hour, afterward, the robot needs to be returned to the base by the user

Conversely, latest robot vacuum cleaners have the capability to return to its own charging base automatically it the battery status became low. As a matter fact, recent robot vacuums can recharge as well as start again right where they exactly left off.

Either way, high-end robot vacuum cleaners have the ability to return to the base functionality and longer battery life.

  1. Cleaning Performance

This is possibly the most significant feature of a robot vacuum. In other words, how well does a robot vacuum cleaner actually clean.

However, when it comes to the cleaning performance every robot varies. For example, a certain robot can offer an excellent cleaning performance but have a hard time dealing with particular corners or surfaces. While some of them are specifically designed for light maintenance vacuuming.

  1. Size of the Dust Bin

Unluckily, a robot’s dust bin needs to be emptied by the user. As such, as a customer, it is very important to look at how big a certain robot’s dustbin is before making a purchase.

However, for smaller apartments or houses with minimal dander or dirt, a normal size dustbin is worth considering because you do not need to empty the bin after each cycle. In fact, you can empty it after three to four full cycles. But if you are vacuuming large areas regularly then go for a robot vacuum cleaner that comes with a larger dust bin.

Nevertheless, don’t be scared with robot vacuums that have a dustbin that can be filled up quickly. Simply because it is a good sign that a small robot is more efficient when it comes to collecting dust compared to big ones, but not all of them.

  1. Maintenance Requirements

The main reason why many homeowners want to purchase a robot vacuum is to save time.

But the thing is, robot vacuum cleaners still need regular maintenance. However, because of advancements in technologies newer robot vacuums only needs lower maintenance requirements. In fact, they have also lessened the amount of physical contact required.

Nevertheless, newer models still need some attention, since they still need to be emptied especially when the dust bin is already filled. While its battery packs and filters need to be changed over time.

Conclusion:

Now that you already know some of the important things to look for when buying a robot vacuum, maybe you have now an idea how to choose the best one.

A post by Kidal D. (3315 Posts)

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