Milagrow iMap10

Milagrow iMap10

by Milagrow

4.1

Can't find a kid to do the vacuuming for you! The Milagrow iMap10 by Milagrow is a clever cleaning machine. This nifty device was crafted to use your time and energy for something you actually like. One special feature we'd like to mention: the LiDAR mapping technology. It's the perfect robotic hoover for any busy household. It makes easy work of one of the most time-consuming chores.

Why people love this robot vacuum

People love this product because it adapts its suction power to the surface type, pulls out hair lodged deep in carpets and rugs and possesses excellent battery life.

Product Specs

Here are the detailed specifications for this Milagrow robot vacuum

Color: white

Dual (Vacuum + Mop):

Warranty: 12 months

Surface: multi-surface

Batteries required:

Batteries included:

Battery life: 120min

Battery type: Lithium ion

Noise level: 60db

Suction power: 2700pa

Dust bin volume: 450ml

Weight: 8.36lb

Dimensions: 13.78in x 13.78in x 3.94in

Frequently Asked Questions

Can a robot vacuum go up the stairs?

Unfortunately, robot vacuums can't climb stairs. The best they can do at the moment is pass from hardwood floors to carpet level. You will need to carry your robot up and down the stairs if you want multiple levels cleaned. Or if your budget is a bit higher, you could invest in a second robot vacuum for the other level.

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.

Can a robot vacuum go over rugs?

Robot vacuums have no problem whatsoever cleaning carpets and rugs. The suction capacity varies depending on which type and brand you buy, but all models do a really good cleaning record.

How do you keep your robot vacuum from falling down the stairs?

Robot vacuums can do many things, but they still need a little helping hand when it comes to staircases. Luckily, you don't have to worry about it taking a tumble anymore. Robot vacuums can be programmed with virtual walls they cannot cross. Their multiple sensors will prevent the appliance from falling.