Smart Wireless Vacuum Cleaner Dry Wet Cleaning Machine Charging Intelligent Vacuum Robot
- Switch mode: Press the host switch, and the Robot Vacuum Cleaner enters the working mode working lamp to light up. Press the host switch again and turn off the Robot Vacuum Cleaner.
- Charging mode: Connect the Micro- USB head of the USB cable to the charging port of the Robot Vacuum Cleaner and connect the USB head to the converter for charging.
- Charge Status: The charging indicator light is on. indicating that the charging is being charged and the OFF indicates that the charging is complete and the general charging time is about 2-3 hours
- Power (W): 3w
- Voltage (V): 6V
- Function: Mopping & Sweeping & Suction Type
- Dust Box Capacity (L): <0.5 L
- Dust Storage Type: Dust Box/Dust Bucket
- Battery Life: 1 hour and 30 minutes-2 hours
- Bag Or Bagless: Bagless
- Timing Reservation: No
- LCD: No
- Remote Control: No
- Special Suction Nozzle: Wiping & Absorbing Ground Brush
- Filter Type: HEPA
- Model Number: HEPAModel
- Turbo Brush: NO
- Cord Length (m): Wireless
- Cleaning Route: Random Type
- Type1: Robot Vacuum Cleaner
- Type2: Robot Cleaner
- Type3: Vacuum Cleaner Robot
- Type4: Robot
- Type5: Robot Vacuum
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C. Nixon –
like draft excluders. I maybe do this if i just want him to quickly do soley between the kitchen island and the workspace (the area that gets gross the quickest).
-he is quite thick so is too big to go under my sofas, which i personally prefer, but if that was what you were wanting, make sure to measure the gap before purchase.
-he is very sturdy. He does detect barriers but he will boop them quite a bit and because hes thick, weighty and sturdy, he can be a bit of a thud but his curved front mean that it does not do any damage to any furniture or surface or to himself.
For a first robotic vacuum i have loved having Rob. If in the future if were to get another, I would upgrade to a few more functions but I was cautious about investing. So this model is a REALLY GOOD STARTER if you have never had one before. If you have, its still a solid, stable and effective machine, but nothing special in how it functions.
Raffles K –
I wasn’t sure if a robot vacuum cleaner could be of any use, so I went for something that seemed reasonably priced, but not the cheapest. In the event, I have been very pleasantly surprised by the performance of the Bagotte, since it really does do most of our vacuum cleaning for us. We can just leave it going, and all we have to do is lift our feet off the floor whenever it approaches. It will not do stairs (of course), and occasionally gets stuck in cables (we lift them out of the way now), but compared to actually doing all your cleaning manually, these considerations are trivial. One thing we did not expect is that it has become like a pet (my wife has actually named it). When the battery runs down and it starts to look for its charger, you actually feel sorry for it. Odd.
Only had it a week but have to say I’m impressed. Have seen similar products that friends have owned and have to say, on first impressions it seems far better than others I’ve seen.
It does get stuck on the wire of the clothes rack sometimes but that’s no fault of the product. Would recommend.
Gavin B –
Great vacuum easy to use and very quiet. But the mop compartment is not included, and cost 25 pounds. We brought the mop compartment and have found is very worth while on our hard wood floors.
Sam K –
I bought it in the month of March 2022. I love it. I call it Darling as it keeps my flat clean. I live on my own and used to struggle to vaccume my flat due to depression. Since, I got the Bagotte, cleaning my flat became a fun and favourite game for me. Its operation is easy but I just can’t leave it on it’s own to clean my flate as there are things on the floor which I need to move to make sure that place is cleaned. So far, I didn’t have any problem. Some times it goes to a same place to clean again and again, then I would operate it with the remote. If my there are no bouncing areas and things to move on the floor I could leave it on timer. However, Thank you Bagotte 🙂
Any J –
I must admit I don’t normally leave as may reviews as I should. However I must say I felt like I had to for this item.
I have been looking at robot cleaners for a while and having 5 cats and 4 dogs 3 kids a partner and a full time job I have to hoover continuously when I come from work. So I decided to take the plunge on prime day.
I am not disappointed.
It’s only been one day and I am still figuring this out but whilst doing so I was able to run the machine after 5 hrs of charging and leave the robot hoover to do it’s thing.
Cats aren’t best Impressed but I am.lol.
I will be recommending this to everyone I know.
Thank you so much.
And if ever anyone is wondering whether it’s worth it than I cannot shout this enough.
TAKE THE PLUNGE, u won’t regret it. 😃😃😃
Brain Henderson –
Have to say this one of the good ones. Dog hair… no problems for it. Only thing I wish is that it could mop and hoover at the same time. Have to swop over containers. But it’s great at what it does 👌
Peter Gx –
I purchased this cleaner based on other positive reviews. I’ve now had the cleaner for about a month and I’ve genuinely been surprised at it’s effectiveness. I have both hard floors and carpets/rugs of varying thickness and the cleaner deals with them all without missing a beat. It’s easy to use with either the supplied remote control or simply by tapping the start button on the top. The rechargeable battery provides about an hour of operation, following which it returns to it’s charging point automatically. Our bungalow has a floor area of about 130 sqm and two hours of automatic operation covers the entire area, but it does appear to still be learning the layout (probably doesn’t help that we do move chairs between use) . Occasionally it has managed to get wedged against chair legs but otherwise it’s navigated itself seamlessly around our bungalow. Based on this relatively short experience I would recommend this product.
Cm Smith –
I bought this vacuum after reading all the great reviews, then worried they were fake, as there were so many good reviews and no bad ones. So I’m here to offer an honest, undiluted opinion of this bot-vac, which I’ve had for a couple of weeks. I’ll come back with an update in a few months to let you know if it’s still working!
So far, it’s brilliant – despite having, in my opinion, a slight design fault, otherwise I’d have given it 5 stars.
This fault can be seen in the pictures I’ve taken. The first shows the vacuum as it comes, with a thin rubber cushion at the bottom to mitigate the impact of it bumping into furniture, which it does. However, there isn’t one along the top edge and this may not be a problem for many, but I have furniture with slanted legs, which means the top ridge of the vacuum cleaner comes into direct contact with the furniture and the bottom, rubber-protected part, doesn’t!
This was remedied with a trip to B&Q to buy a rubber draught excluder and some strong, double-sided tape to make a makeshift rubber bumper at the top. It doesn’t look very nice but it seems to be protecting my slant-legged furniture. (the draught excluder is not an ideal solution as it’s a bit flimsy but it was the best I could find – a thin but robust rubber strip would be best.)