Robot Vacuum Cleaner 2015 remote control 6 In 1 Multifunctional

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2015  remote control 6 In 1 Multifunctional

1,autonomous navigation, cleaning and charging automatically, remote controller, free choice, easy operation.

 

2,suitable for home or office floors, woodiness floor, artificial plastic floor, waterproof carpet, ceramic tile, undercoat carpet.

 

3,ultra-thin design can clean thoroughly and neatly.

 

4,with ultraviolet sterilization and fragrance

 

5,five cleaning routes: spiral, special bounce,along wall, S shape, polygonal spiral

 

6,with obstacle, cliff and bumper sensitive sensor

 

7,dust-bin easily disassemble and assemble.

 

8,with LED indication

 

9,fireproof material and anti-static design ensure safety.

 

10,lower noise (less than 65db)do not affect household life

 

11,super artificial memory functions: intelligent vacuum cleaner can continue to finish remaining cleaning task after charging completed.

 

12,battery rechargeable and low consumption electric. intelligent vacuum cleaner can work continuously 90minute when it is full of electricity.

 

13,display interface: LED display

 

 

SPECIFICATION

Color

Black, white

Running Time

Min. 70 minutes

Voltage

DC 14.4V

Working Area

4.8M*4.0Min 20 min.

Power

25W

Charging Time

2.5hours

Noise Level

Max.65dB

G...W

4.7KG

Size

825px*200px(Dia*H)

N. W

3.7KG

Battery

Ni-MH2800mA

Gift box size

1317.5px*975px*347.5px

Dust Bin Capacity

320ml

Carton Size

54*58.5*1025px(4PCS/CTN)

 

What`s in the color box?

1 XMain unit

1 X Charging base

1 X box of spare parts ( side brush *2 + filter* 2 )

1 X Remote Control 

1 X SonicWall 

1 X Battery pack

1 X Charger

1 X Manual

1 X Cleaner brush ( on the top of dust bin)

1 X Rolling brush cleaner ( on the back of charging base )

 

Robot Vacuum Cleaner 2015  remote control 6 In 1 Multifunctional

FAQ

1. How long is the lifetime of machine? How long the battery can be used? How long we can use after one charge?

 

Answer: Please be assured that the life of V-BOT could be 5 years, as materials are very durable, generally will not bad, unless one day you are in a bad mood, kick it, it is estimated that will leave scars. 
Battery can be used from 800 to 1000 times, an average of once a day can also be used for more than 2 years. Here we have all the accessories for machine, there is need to call us, ready supply! Machine filled with battery, you can use about one hour or so, if you use mopping mode alone, using time will be longer.

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Q:Is there a term for phobia of vacuum cleaners?
L A Z Y
Q:Does anyone happen to know the name of those vacuum cleaners that travel room to room on their own?
the ROOMBA and many people love it especially old people
Q:Can someone know why my vacuum cleaner won't suction?
Vacuum cleaners are simple machines. They only NOT work because the intake line is clogged, the bag is full, the motor doesn't work, or the exhaust vent is clogged. If you can start unhooking hoses and vents, find out what works, then re-attach hoses and vents until something doesn't work. If the motor spins and the bag is replaced, I'll bet you've got a clog in the intake hose. Disconnect it from the rest of the cleaner and jam a garden hose down the length of it. You may dislodge a wad of yuck or a golf ball or sock or something.
Q:bagless vacuum cleaners?
I love mine! I will ABSOLUTELY NEVER own a bagged vacuum ever again! I do understand the dust issue, but I've found that dumping it out creates a minimal mess, which is contained in a small area around my garbage bin. That gets cleaned up when I sweep the kitchen floor. What was wrong with the bags? The one in the machine was always full, and I never had replacements. Buying them was a huge process, because they were never available in anywhere near convenient. I always had to go to the department store where I purchased the vacuum cleaner, or a specialty store to find them. And making sure I got the right ones was also a hassle...did I need type J, or was that the last vacuum cleaner we had? Maybe it's type I. For me, the small amount of dust created in emptying the can is well worth the opportunity to vacuum whenever I need (as opposed to whenever I could, depending on whether or not the bag was full). The good news is that bagged vacuum cleaners are still readily available. If the bagless doesn't work for you, then shop for a bagged option that does. :) Edit: Hmmm...I was just reading the link that AdamG provided. It, too, suggests that bagless machines create a horrible dusty mess if emptied inside. This makes me wonder if it's a brand-specific issue, 'cause I have definitely not had that problem. There's a small (less than 2-feet across) dust cloud that's created when I bang the filter against the inside of the garbage bin, but most of that settles inside the garbage bin (and again, the rest is easily cleaned up later). Do y'all find that you're getting more dust than that?
Q:small vacuum cleaners?
About a year ago I bought a bagless Bissell at Wal-Mart for $42.00 and I just love it. It's small, light weight, has attachments on board and I don't have to buy bags for it. The canister and filter are easy to clean too. I was surprised I liked it so well because the one I had for 11 years without a problem was a Simplicity and I really liked it. The Bissell I bought is smaller, lighter and now that I've used it for about a year, I think I like it better than my old one that cost me over $200 because its easier on my back.
Q:How many people worldwide have vacuum cleaners?
Oh My! I don't believe anyone would even want to conduct such a survey; but so far with the previous answer there are 4!!!!
Q:Why do you think there are headlights on vacuum cleaners?
To see under things and to see small things on the floor.
Q:consumer reports vacuum cleaners?
If you go online to Consumer Reports you can access their archive files for a fee. However, you can get the info free if you go to your local library and ask the reference desk for that report.
Q:is it typical for a 5 year old to be very knowledgeable on vacuum cleaners, sear, kenmore etc?
In my experience, some kids are like that. They may focus on a particular television show or character, may act like an important person in their life, or may just be innately curious in nature. My 19 mo is always digging into things, something my 4 yr old rarely did. My nephew is 4 and can tell you how a toilet works, some of the names of the parts, etc. I believe that they will outgrow that fascination and others may take their place, but it is not abnormal behavior for that age from my experience.
Q:cat fur and vacuums...Help?
I have a lint brush that picks up one way and cleans out the other. I give it to my six year old grandchild and she goes over the furniture for me . She is amazed at the wads of lint and cat hair she picks up and thinks it is great fun.

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