News 2018: ILIFE W400

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News 2018: ILIFE W400

Postby piokrza » December 14th, 2018, 1:44 pm

ILIFE is probably the second in the world after the brand iRobot which has recently launched a floor wahing robot cleaner (no) similar to Scooba. W400, however, has a microfiber roller instead of a bristle brush. Quite similar technology has been popular for a few years in standard, manual vacuum cleaners for wet floor cleaning, which are offered by popular producers (Karcher, Bissell), but only now appeared in the robot version. The model works in a similar way: successively moistens the floor with clean water using nozzles, scrubs it with a rotating microfiber brush, and then collects and squeezes the water into a separate container using a rubber squeegee. The vacuum cleaner is similar to the Dyson 360 Eye due to the brush module protruding from the body. It is equipped with a removable module of transparent tanks with 0.85L water for clean and 0.9L for dirty water, a battery that allows work for up to 80 minutes, a remote control, a stand for drying and charging, and a spare brush. Its dimensions 282mm * 292mm * 118mm Power of the 26 watt. The current price on aliexpress is $ 299. The manufacturer boasts RoHS and CE certificates so it will probably be available outside China.

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Re: News 2018: ILIFE W400

Postby Brett » December 14th, 2018, 10:13 pm

Lets hope this is a good machine that finally cracks the mopping robot gap...

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