Proscenic M7 Pro Robot Vacuum Cleaner
This intelligent autonomous vacuum was crafted to remove all the hair and fur from your floors
A great feature: the laser navigation
It's the ideal robot vacuum cleaner for people who loathe vacuuming
Maximize the amount of time spent cleaning
Why people love this robot vacuum
Here are the detailed specifications for this Proscenic robot vacuum
Dual (Vacuum + Mop):
Warranty: 12 months
Battery life: 150min
Battery type: Lithium ion
Noise level: 72db
Motor speed: 110000rpm
Suction power: 2700pa
Dust bin volume: 600ml
Dimensions: 13.65in x 13.65in x 3.8in
Frequently Asked Questions
How do robot vacuums navigate?
Most robot vacuums use smart sensor technology to navigate your home. Basic models use infrared sensors that stop them for tumbling down the stairs, while more expensive ones use laser-guided scanners to map their environment in detail. But this system can sometimes fail in low-light environments.
Can you use a robotic vacuum on dark or black floors without the sensors getting confused?
Yes, robotic vacuums can be used on dark or black floors without the sensors getting confused. Many models come with sensors that can effectively distinguish between dark and light surfaces, allowing them to navigate the room without any issues. Additionally, newer robotic vacuums are often equipped with advanced mapping and obstacle avoidance technology, allowing them to effectively clean dark and black floors.
How do you clean the interior of a robotic vacuum?
To clean the interior of a robotic vacuum, the following steps should be taken: 1. Empty the dustbin or canister. 2. Wipe down the outside of the vacuum, paying extra attention to the edges and nooks where dirt can accumulate. 3. Use compressed air to blow out any dirt and debris that may be lodged in the crevices. 4. Use a damp cloth to wipe down the interior parts of the vacuum, such as the brushes, dustbin, and dust cup. 5. Allow the vacuum to dry before reassembling the parts and running it again.
Can you use a robotic vacuum to pick up liquids?
No, robotic vacuums are not designed to pick up liquids and should not be used for this purpose.