Prainskel F20-AI Robot Vacuum Cleaner
This ideal device was crafted to squeeze itself under the tightest spots
One special feature we'd like to mention: the dual rubber brush system
It's the perfect vacuum cleaning robot for people who don't like dragging around a traditional vacuum-cleaner
Let the appliance do the work for you
Why people love this robot vacuum
Here are the detailed specifications for this Prainskel robot vacuum
Dual (Vacuum + Mop):
Warranty: 12 months
Surface: hardwood, low carpet
Battery life: 120min
Battery type: Lithium ion
Noise level: 65db
Suction power: 1500pa
Dust bin volume: 650ml
Dimensions: 12.6in x 12.6in x 3.35in
Frequently Asked Questions
How do you clean the charging dock or base of a robotic vacuum?
To clean the charging dock or base of a robotic vacuum, you should use a soft, wet cloth or microfiber cloth to wipe down the surface and remove any dust or dirt. You can also use a vacuum cleaner with a brush attachment to clean the dock or base. To disinfect the surface, you can use a mild detergent or a mixture of vinegar and water. Make sure to dry the charging dock or base thoroughly before plugging the robot in for charging.
How do you set up virtual boundaries or no-go zones for a robotic vacuum?
Setting up virtual boundaries or no-go zones for a robotic vacuum involves using the appropriate app that comes with the vacuum. The app can be used to draw virtual boundaries or no-go zones for the robotic vacuum to avoid. The robotic vacuum will then recognize the boundaries and will not cross over them. Some robotic vacuums also come with special magnetic strips that can be placed in areas where the robotic vacuum should not go.
How do you change the beater brush or main brush on a robotic vacuum?
To replace the beater brush or the main brush on a robotic vacuum cleaner, you would need to first locate the brush compartment on the vacuum and open it. Then, you would need to remove the old brush and replace it with the new one. Make sure to ensure that the beater brush or main brush is correctly positioned in the compartment before closing the lid.
How do you prevent a robotic vacuum from falling down stairs?
The best way to prevent a robotic vacuum from falling down stairs is to install virtual walls or boundaries to create a perimeter. These virtual walls or boundaries will emit infrared signals that the robotic vacuum will recognize and use to detect where it is allowed to go and where it is not. Additionally, some robotic vacuums have sensors built-in to detect stairs and other obstacles, which can help to further prevent the vacuum from falling down stairs.