VEAVON V8 Robot Vacuum Cleaner
This meticulous robot vac was crafted to squeeze into tight spots
One special feature we'd like to mention: its high pet hair score
It's the ideal appliance for people who need an extra hand in the house
You will have a clean house in no time
Why people love this robot vacuum
Here are the detailed specifications for this Veavon robot vacuum
Dual (Vacuum + Mop):
Warranty: 12 months
Battery life: 180min
Battery type: Lithium ion
Noise level: 55db
Suction power: 4000pa
Dust bin volume: 450ml
Dimensions: 13.78in x 13.78in x 3.8in
Frequently Asked Questions
Can a robot vacuum clean stairs?
There are many things a vacuum cleaning robot is good at, but cleaning stairs is not yet within reach. The machine will stop short of the stairs. You will have to use your regular vacuum to clean this part of your house.
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 long does it take a robot vacuum to map a floor?
The time a robot vacuum takes to map the entire room or floor it needs to clean, varies between models. More sophisticated models might take a bit longer to make a detailed map, sometimes up to 3 or 4 cleaning sessions. It's best to leave it be or you'll get annoyed at all the weird moves the robot is making. But once the mapping is done, the vacuuming job will be so easy and straighforward.
What is the difference between a robot vacuum and a robot mop?
A robot vacuum has one main function, to vacuum your floor. A robot mop will use a cleaning liquid to make your floors shine. There are a few robot models on the market that combine both functions. Once the vacuuming is done, the robot starts mopping your floors.