SereneLife Pure Clean PUCRC850
This supersmart handy home item was designed to happily chase the dust bunnies for you
A great feature: its smart-learning capabilities
It's the perfect robotic help for homes with pets
It's the best hands-off way to keep your floors clean
Why people love this robot vacuum
Here are the detailed specifications for this SereneLife robot vacuum
Dual (Vacuum + Mop):
Warranty: 12 months
Surface: hardwood, low carpet
Battery life: 100min
Battery type: Lithium ion
Noise level: 67db
Suction power: 1200pa
Dust bin volume: 600ml
Dimensions: 21in x 15.9in x 5.5in
Frequently Asked Questions
Can you use a robotic vacuum on shag carpets or high-pile carpets?
It is not recommended to use a robotic vacuum on shag carpets or high-pile carpets. Robotic vacuums are designed for low-pile carpets or bare floors. The brushes on a robotic vacuum may get tangled in the fibers of a shag carpet or high-pile carpet and cause damage.
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 clean and maintain a robotic vacuum?
To clean and maintain a robotic vacuum, you should regularly empty out the dustbin, check and clean the brushes, use a soft cloth to clean the exterior and wheels, and vacuum the charging base. You should also make sure to check the filter and replace it as needed. Additionally, you should regularly check the sensors and vacuum system for any debris that may have become stuck in them.
How to choose a robot vacuum cleaner?
When first buying a robot vacuum cleaner, there are a few things you need to consider. Some models offer more suction power than others, which is important if you have pets. It is also worth knowing if you want a WiFi enabled version, or just one who can be launched with a remote control. All robot vacs have the same basic functions and work pretty well, it's the extra feauture that drive up the price. Newer models have self-emptying capacities for instance, or double as a security camera while you're away.