Kyvol Cybovac E30 Robot Vacuum Cleaner
Stop vacuuming yourself and start living in the future! The Kyvol Cybovac E30 Robot Vacuum Cleaner by Kyvol is a steady robot vacuum cleaner. This autonomous unit was designed to duck under low-sitting furniture. We'd like to highlight one feature: the Gyroscope LiDar navigation. It's the ultimate robot vac for households with domestic animals. It's the best hands-off way to keep your floors clean.
Why people love this robot vacuum
People love this product because it comes with a dust canister that is quite large, and possesses excellent battery life.
Here are the detailed specifications for this Kyvol robot vacuum
Dual (Vacuum + Mop):
Warranty: 18 months
Battery life: 150min
Battery type: Lithium ion
Noise level: 55db
Suction power: 2200pa
Dust bin volume: 600ml
Dimensions: 12.79in x 12.79in x 2.85in
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does it take before the robot vacuum needs to recharge?
High end models can have up to 180 minutes of battery life, which is plenty to clean an entire floor. When the battery does find itself empty, this isn't a problem for the more sophisticated robot cleaners, as they are equipped with a docking station they automatically return to when their battery is about to die. Once fully recharged, the robot will continue cleaning where it left off. Cheaper bots will need to plugged in to recharge.
Can a robot vacuum replace a normal vacuum?
You will still need to use your old-fashioned vacuum cleaner once in a while, because the robot won't be able to clean every little corner of your house, let alone the stairs. Robot vacuums are great for spot cleaning and are the best option if you're looking to reduce general cleaning time.
Can a robot vacuum clean stairs?
There are many things a vacuum cleaning robot is good at, but cleaning stairs is not yet within reach. The machine will stop short of the stairs. You will have to use your regular vacuum to clean this part of your house.
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.