LG CordZero ThinQ Robot Vacuum
This efficient robot vacuum was crafted to squeeze in all the narrow and difficult-to-reach gaps
We like this feature: the 3D Dual Eye Technology
It's the perfect hoover for those who are short on time
Turn a tiresome chore into something fun
Why people love this robot vacuum
Here are the detailed specifications for this LG robot vacuum
Dual (Vacuum + Mop):
Warranty: 120 months
Battery life: 100min
Battery type: Lithium ion
Noise level: 68db
Suction power: 2330pa
Dust bin volume: 600ml
Dimensions: 20in x 12in x 9in
Frequently Asked Questions
How much dust can a robot vacuum hold?
No matter the model of robot vacuum you buy and no matter the price, the basic dust capacity is rather low. You will need to empty it more frequently than your regular vacuum cleaner. The most sophisticated models do have a self-emptying feature, which enables them to empty themselves into a larger bin at the docking station.
How do you empty the dustbin on a robotic vacuum?
Most robotic vacuums have a dustbin that can be emptied by pressing a button, pulling it out of the robot, and emptying the contents into a trash can. Some robotic vacuums may have a removable filter that needs to be cleaned out periodically. It is important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions for emptying the dustbin and cleaning the filters.
How do you troubleshoot connectivity issues with a robotic vacuum?
The first step in troubleshooting a connectivity issue with a robotic vacuum is to check the power source. Ensure that the vacuum is plugged in or charged and the power switch is on. If the power source is functioning properly, the next step would be to check the connection between the vacuum and the router or other device it is connecting to, such as a smartphone or tablet. Check that the vacuum is in the correct range and that the device is in range of the router. Reset the router and vacuum if necessary, and ensure that the router is working properly. If all else fails, contact the vacuum manufacturer for more specific troubleshooting advice.
How does a robot vacuum find the charger?
The docking stations of self-charging robot vacuums emit an infrared signal. When the battery is about to die, the vacuum starts looking for this signal. When the robot finds it, it follows the signal back to its station to charge.