Lefant Robot Vacuum Cleaner with Upgraded 6D Collision Sensor
This autonomous robot vac was designed to happily chase the dust bunnies for you
We'd like to highlight one feature: the FreeMove technology with anti-collision infrared sensors
It's the perfect robotic help for homes with pets
Enjoy a dust-free home
Why people love this robot vacuum
Here are the detailed specifications for this Lefant robot vacuum
Dual (Vacuum + Mop):
Warranty: 12 months
Surface: hardwood, low carpet
Battery life: 100min
Battery type: Lithium ion
Noise level: 55db
Suction power: 1800pa
Dust bin volume: 500ml
Dimensions: 11.02in x 11.02in x 3.15in
Frequently Asked Questions
How do you set up a robotic vacuum to return to its charging dock when it's low on power?
Most robotic vacuums will automatically return to their charging dock when they are low on power. To ensure that the vacuum is able to return to the dock, make sure that the dock is in a clear, open space and that the charging pins are aligned properly. Additionally, ensure that the vacuum is able to navigate to the dock without any obstacles.
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.
How do you troubleshoot problems with a robotic vacuum?
1. First, make sure that the vacuum is charged and the power is turned on. 2. Check if there are any obstructions that could be blocking the robotic vacuum from moving, such as furniture, wires, or other objects. 3. Make sure that the robotic vacuum’s sensors, brushes, and any other moving parts are not damaged or clogged. 4. Check the filter and cleaning brushes to make sure they are not clogged with dirt or debris. 5. Check the settings, such as the suction, timer, and scheduling to make sure they are properly set. 6. Check for any software updates that may be available for the robotic vacuum. 7. If the issue persists, you may need to contact the manufacturer for more assistance.
Can robotic vacuums be used in homes with pets?
Yes, robotic vacuums can be used in homes with pets. Some robotic vacuums are specifically designed to handle pet hair, and they come with extra features like pet hair collectors and dust filters to help reduce allergens.