Coredy R650 Robot Vacuum Cleaner
This consistent housecleaning robot was created to help keep Bailey's fur off the floor
One special feature we'd like to mention: the different cleaning modes
It's the perfect product for owners of four-legged friends
It's great at doing the one thing it needs to do well, and that's vacuuming
Why people love this robot vacuum
Here are the detailed specifications for this Coredy robot vacuum
Dual (Vacuum + Mop):
Warranty: 12 months
Surface: hard floor, carpet
Battery life: 120min
Battery type: Lithium ion
Noise level: 65db
Suction power: 1600pa
Dust bin volume: 500ml
Dimensions: 12.8in x 12.7in x 2.77in
Frequently Asked Questions
How do you clean the sensors on a robotic vacuum?
To clean the sensors on a robotic vacuum, you should first turn off the power, then use a dry cloth to gently wipe away any dust or debris that has built up on the sensors. If any of the sensors are covered in a sticky residue, you can use a damp cloth to clean them. You should avoid using any chemicals or solutions, as this could cause damage to the sensors.
Do robot vacuums clean corners?
To make sure your robot vacuums cleans corners, you'll need to make sure it is equipped with corner brushes. There are now some D-shaped vacuum robots on the market, that are more efficient in corners.
Do robot vacuums get stuck?
Yes, robot vacuums can occasionally get stuck. The best thing you can do is make sure your floor is as empty as possible before launching the robot, so that it doesn't become entangled. That being said, the newer vacuum models are equipped with powerful sensors that will avoid any obstacles.
How do you clean the camera and other sensors on a robotic vacuum?
To clean the camera and other sensors on a robotic vacuum, you should use a soft, lint-free cloth and a cleaning solution specifically designed for electronics. The cloth should be dampened slightly (not wet) with the cleaning solution and then used to gently wipe down the camera and sensors. Additionally, you should use compressed air to blow away any dust or debris that may have collected on the camera or sensors. Finally, you should inspect the camera and sensors to make sure all dust and debris have been removed.