TOCMOC T3 Robotic Vacuum with LiDar Navigation

TOCMOC T3 Robotic Vacuum with LiDar Navigation



Give your back a break! The TOCMOC T3 Robotic Vacuum with LiDar Navigation by TOCMOC is a hardworking vacuum

This accurate product was created to cover every inch of your floor

A great feature: the laser-based navigation system

It's the ideal robotic cleaner for people who have pets

You'll get to spend more time with your family instead of vacuuming

Why people love this robot vacuum

People love this product because it presents a high suction power for a spotless clean, will rid your carpets of most pet hair and possesses excellent battery life

Product Specs

Here are the detailed specifications for this TOCMOC robot vacuum

Color: black

Dual (Vacuum + Mop):

Warranty: 12 months

Surface: multi-surface

Batteries required:

Batteries included:

Battery life: 200min

Battery type: Lithium ion

Noise level: 63db

Motor speed: 18000rpm

Suction power: 3000pa

Dust bin volume: 500ml

Weight: 12.82lb

Dimensions: 18.5in x 18.9in x 11.81in

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does a robot vacuum cleaner cost?

On the lower end of the price spectrum, you can get a robot vacuum cleaner for about $150, but it might not be WiFi enabled. The most expensive robots sell for about $1000, and for that price you will get all the bells and whistles. Just remember that more expensive doens't always mean better performing. It all depends on your household needs.

Can you control a robotic vacuum with your voice using a virtual assistant?

Yes, you can control a robotic vacuum with your voice using a virtual assistant such as Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant. You can use voice commands to start, pause, and stop the robotic vacuum, as well as set cleaning schedules.

How much dust can a robot vacuum hold?

No matter the model of robot vacuum you buy and no matter the price, the basic dust capacity is rather low. You will need to empty it more frequently than your regular vacuum cleaner. The most sophisticated models do have a self-emptying feature, which enables them to empty themselves into a larger bin at the docking station.

How loud are robot vacuums?

Robot vacs are no louder than traditional vacuums. They have an average noise level of 60 to 70 decibels. This sound is generally not too troubling, since the robots are mostly programmed to clean when you're off to work. The most silent ons are at around 50 decibels, which should be like a the gentle hum of a hairdryer.