SYSPERL V50 Robot Vacuum Cleaner

SYSPERL V50 Robot Vacuum Cleaner



Outsource the most tedious chore of all! The SYSPERL V50 Robot Vacuum Cleaner by SYSPERL is a solid autonomous device

This industrious vacuum cleaning robot was designed to remove dust and pet hair before it becomes a nuisance

You will love: the Smart Eye System that creates a real-time map of your home

It's the ideal cleaning machine for those who need some help when cleaning

This will make a great gift for granny, or for yourself

Why people love this robot vacuum

People love this product because it starts cleaning runs right from your smartphone, boasts some killer features and moves closely around obstacles to get to the difficult-to-reach areas

Product Specs

Here are the detailed specifications for this SYSPERL robot vacuum

Color: black

Dual (Vacuum + Mop):

Warranty: 12 months

Surface: hardwood, low carpet

Batteries required:

Batteries included:

Battery life: 90min

Battery type: Lithium ion

Noise level: 60db

Suction power: 1800pa

Dust bin volume: 600ml

Weight: 8.53lb

Dimensions: 17.56in x 16.1in x 6.14in

Frequently Asked Questions

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.

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 troubleshoot problems with a robotic vacuum?

1. First, make sure that the vacuum is charged and the power is turned on. 2. Check if there are any obstructions that could be blocking the robotic vacuum from moving, such as furniture, wires, or other objects. 3. Make sure that the robotic vacuumโ€™s sensors, brushes, and any other moving parts are not damaged or clogged. 4. Check the filter and cleaning brushes to make sure they are not clogged with dirt or debris. 5. Check the settings, such as the suction, timer, and scheduling to make sure they are properly set. 6. Check for any software updates that may be available for the robotic vacuum. 7. If the issue persists, you may need to contact the manufacturer for more assistance.

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.