Experobot C200 Robot Vacuum Cleaner

Experobot C200 Robot Vacuum Cleaner

by Experobot


Stop vacuuming yourself and start living in the future! The Experobot C200 Robot Vacuum Cleaner by Experobot is a premium appliance. This user-oriented robot was crafted to happily chase the dust bunnies for you. One special feature we'd like to mention: the Gyroscope LiDar navigation. It's the ultimate unit for larger homes. This is a cleaning lady you'll want to keep.

Why people love this robot vacuum

People love this product because it sucks most pet hair out of rugs and carpets, goes into corners and manoeuvres around furniture with ease and is very sophisticated.

Product Specs

Here are the detailed specifications for this Experobot robot vacuum

Color: black

Dual (Vacuum + Mop):

Warranty: 18 months

Surface: hard floor, carpet

Batteries required:

Batteries included:

Battery life: 120min

Battery type: Lithium ion

Noise level: 65db

Suction power: 1300pa

Dust bin volume: 500ml

Weight: 5.07lb

Dimensions: 18in x 15in x 5in

Frequently Asked Questions

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.

Do robot vacuums work without wifi?

Not all robot vacuums can be scheduled with a companion app, some lower end models work perfectly well with a remote control, although their cleaning routine might seem a bit erratic. A mobile app makes it possible to set personalised cleaning preferences.

What is the difference between a robot vacuum and a robot mop?

A robot vacuum has one main function, to vacuum your floor. A robot mop will use a cleaning liquid to make your floors shine. There are a few robot models on the market that combine both functions. Once the vacuuming is done, the robot starts mopping your floors.

How do robot vacuums navigate?

Most robot vacuums use smart sensor technology to navigate your home. Basic models use infrared sensors that stop them for tumbling down the stairs, while more expensive ones use laser-guided scanners to map their environment in detail. But this system can sometimes fail in low-light environments.