Multifunction robotic vacuum cleaner dropshipper supplier
Technical Specification For Full Function Models
Dry and Wet
Input Voltage of charger:
AC 100-240 V
Output Voltage of charger:
Rated Voltage of battery:
DC 14.8 V
Output Voltage of battery:
2200 mAH Lithium battery
Dust Bin Capacity:
Remote control & Docking Station Parameter For TC-450/650/750
Button cell 2025 x 1pc
“D” Battery X 2pcs
-5°C - 40°C
-5°C - 40°C
-5°C - 40°C
What’s in the box?
|1 X Tocool Robot Cleaner||1 X User Manual|
|1 X Inside Rechargeable Battery ||1 X Cleaning Brush|
|1 X Adaptor (EU,GB,SAA,UL)||2 X Side Brush (Extra)|
|1 X Remote Controller||1 X Mop set|
|1 X Dock Station|
1 X Mop (Extra)
|1 X Virtual Wall|
1 X Filter (Extra)
One-Year Manufacturer's Limited Warranty on TOCOOL Robot Cleaner
One-Year Manufacturer's Limited Warranty on the Rechargeable Lithium-ion Battery.
What is your packaging of robot vacuum cleaner?
It's according to client's requests.we can also accept OEM.
- Q:What do you prefer?
- Vacuum Cleaner
- Q:Is this another rip off vacuum?
- You get what you pay for with new vacuums. What you bought was not high-priced stuff except maybe the Hoover. A high-priced new vacuum could cost $2,000. Go find a good used one at a sales/service place. I have a Filter Queen about 30 years old that just got its first repair. A new motor, $150 installed. I expect it to last another 25 years now because there's hardly anything else to break on it. That vacuum has vacuumed massive amounts of pet hair in the 25 years I've owned it, and anything else except water that would fit through the hose. I just helped a friend of mine buy the same model, $200 with a new motor, 2 year warranty on the motor, a year on everything else.
- Q:i just vacuumed my snake wat shoud i do?
- How would you vacuum up a snake, usually your snake should be in the cage rather than running around the house. If this does happen to be serious, I would try to open the vacuum and open the bag where all the dust and what not goes into.
- Q:Do you know much about vacuum cleaners? I have a problem with mine.?
- Here's okorder.com/... See page 8 for the changing the belt and page 10 for trouble shooting.
- Q:Will future vacuum cleaners have a small black hole to improve suction?
- If you have any troublesome planets you need to vacuum up then perhaps this would be a useful product. Effortlessly cleans away even the stubbornest of Class II Gas Giants! Otherwise I think you're just better off with a good old fashioned electric motor or broomstick! As Quadrillian said much better, technology is only really useful when applied in a practical manner. Never create a car with 16 wheels if 4 will do!
- Q:Is there a vacuum cleaner that ....?
- Dyson probably makes the best bagless vacuum available, closely followed by the Shark Navigator. I've never experienced mess issues with either of these vacuums while emptying them, however further use of the garbage can after the fact can stir the dust quite badly. For this reason I recommend emptying a bagless canister into a separate garbage bag, carefully folding the top over a few times, then putting that into your trash or directly into your refuse bin outside. Cheap knock-off bagless vacuums such as those made by Eureka don't work well to begin with and are horrendously messy to service. The pros of a bagless vacuum is that they do not hold odors like bag vacuums do, and they're easier to empty/service than most bag vacuums are. There are no bags to buy either, which depending on the brand you choose, can be quite expensive. Bag vacuums alleviate the dust issues, but still require the filters be serviced at regular intervals. Filter maintenance is part of vacuum ownership, as is cleaning the brush roll periodically to maintain optimal performance. The real downfall of bag vacuums is poor odor control, particularly if you have pets.
- Q:Hotel? Housekeeping? Vacuum Cleaners?
- Royal has a sturdy, inexpensive line of commercial vacuums. Depending on the size of the hotel, the number of vacuums you need, the type of flooring you'll be vacuuming, and the type of dirt you're expecting to have to clean up, one of these models might suit your situation. Other good models are Oreck and Riccar (very expensive but they last for decades), but every manufacturer has a commercial section. I'd steer clear of Dysons. They're immensely popular with people who are impressed with infomercials and demonstrations and who don't have a clue as to how vacuums actually work. Suction, which is basically everything in the Dyson, is only of minor importance in a vacuum; some vacuums that work as well as Dysons have no suction at all. They're too bulky to fit under furniture, they're not sturdily made, repairs can take weeks, and the Dysons with beater bars don't seem to have much oomph - sure, they have suction, but the beater bar isn't able to dislodge much dirt for the vacuum to suck up.
- Q:Im looking for a vacuum part?
- To search for your part online, you need the Make Model number.
- Q:What is the best vacuum cleaner for hardwood floors AND carpet?
- www.okorder.com/... Look at this one, it would be great for you, i think!!
- Q:cat fur and vacuums...Help?
- I do it a different way. I cover everything with inexpensive cloth covers, and then just put the covers through the washer and dryer frequently. When I open the lint screen of my dryer immediately after this, it's covered with cat hair about half an inch thick. So that means I'm getting rid of the hair. I only use lint rollers on my good clothing, the kind I have to send to the dry cleaner for actual cleaning.
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