Lefant T800 Robot Vacuum Cleaner
This timesaving cleaner was created to squeeze into tight spots
We'd like to highlight one feature: the BoostIQ technology for adaptive suction power
It's the ultimate housecleaning robot for those who share their home with a few furry friends
It's a worthwhile investment
Why people love this robot vacuum
Here are the detailed specifications for this Lefant robot vacuum
Dual (Vacuum + Mop):
Warranty: 12 months
Surface: hard floor, carpet
Battery life: 120min
Battery type: Lithium ion
Noise level: 60db
Suction power: 2000pa
Dust bin volume: 600ml
Dimensions: 12.6in x 12.6in x 3.1in
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.
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 do you replace the batteries in a robotic vacuum?
To replace the batteries in a robotic vacuum, you will typically need to open the battery compartment, which is usually located on the bottom of the vacuum. Once you have accessed the compartment, you should disconnect the old batteries and replace them with new ones, ensuring the polarity is correct. Finally, close the battery compartment and your robotic vacuum should be good to go.
Can you use a robotic vacuum on stairs?
No, robotic vacuums are not designed to be used on stairs.