Robot Vacuum Cleaner with Mopping function #CNRB702

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Model: CNRB702

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Type: Ultra Fine Air Filter 

Bag Or Bagless: Bagless 

Function: Dry 

Certification: CE, EMC, EMF, GS, RoHS 

Power (W): 25 Voltage (V): 14.4  

Brand Name: OEM 

Place of Origin: Zhejiang, China (Mainland) 

Input: AC100-240V 

Dustbin Capacity: 0.14L 

Charging Time: 8hrs 

Working Time: 30/70mins 

Battery: 800/1500mAh NI-MH battery 

Packaging Details:


GB size: 34*34*14.5cm 

Carton size(4pc/ctn): 56.5 *36.5*37cm Container 

loading: 20ft": 1488pcs; 40ft": 2850pcs, 40HQ:3580pcs

Delivery Detail:30 days

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Which attachments should I look out for?

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