Vacuum cleaners have come a long way in recent years. You won't have to lug about an enormous plastic hose attached to a cumbersome, wheeled container the size of a Galapagos tortoise any more. You don't even have to get up from your couch. There are a variety of good robot vacuums on the market that can help you get rid of dust, pet hair, and other dirt in your home without lifting a finger. Which one is the best for you? We've picked up our favorite robot vacuum --- Lefant F1, as well as some recommendations to help you select the right one.
Robot vacuums vs. canister and upright vacuums
Robot vacuums, as opposed to more traditional canister or stick vacuums, are autonomous and (for the most part) intelligent machines. The Lefant vacuums we've tested are outfitted with motherboards, sensors, Freemove technology and even Wi-Fi, allowing them to roam around your home without the need for human intervention. With a few notable exceptions, you will have little to no interaction with them.
Simply place the charging port in a location that is accessible to the robot, and the bot will return on its own before the battery runs out of power. Then it will rest for a while until it has recovered enough energy to go back outside and continue to suck up dust where it left off. You can even create timetables for most bots to wake up and begin a cleaning operation, allowing it to be completed while you are away from home. In other words, you may be able to avoid all personal contact until the vacuum needs to be cleaned out completely.
Unlike many typical vacuums, the Lefant F1 does not require the use of bags to collect the dust, hair, and other dirt that they collect. Instead, it makes use of a dustbin that is simple to remove and empty into a nearby rubbish can, which is easily accessible.
The Lefant F1, the latest robot vacuum from Lefant, has been presented a period time. This robot vacuum is a successor to the Lefant M210, which was debuted two years ago and has a series of sensors integrated Freemove technology onboard that allow it to avoid obstacles and guide it around past sofas, chairs, and other low-profile furniture.
The Lefant F1 is designed to be more user-friendly than any previous Lefant model. It comes with a charging base and include a garbage bin that is slightly larger than those found on previous models. Although Lefant F1 is 0.1’ shorter than other models, it has significant suction power about 4000pa that can keep your home clean effortlessly.
The F1 links to Lefant's app, just like some older versions, and can also hook up with popular virtual assistants, such as Amazon's Alexa or Google Assistant, to start and stop the clean by voice commands. The new robot is also capable of changing cleaning modes or initiating new ones via remote control. This allows owners control it to get to various small spaces by the app, meaning you can order Lefant to clean the designated place when you're away and it should do so.
In general, Lefant series are capable of cleaning both hardwood floors and pet hair without difficulty, especially Lefant F1. If you want to pick up pet hair, you'll need a robot vacuum with a lot of suction force on it. Most firms in this market advertise power in pascals (Pa), which is the metric measure of pressure; Lefant F1 is about 4000 Pa. Generally speaking, the higher the Pa, especially if you have low-pile carpet, the better the performance, but battery life and obstacle avoidance capabilities also play a role in overall performance of the vehicle. Due to its unique input port design without brush roll, it will never get entangled with any hairs. And it is equipped with the visible dust box and user will clearly see the whole process of garbage being sucked into the dust box and will know whether it is full.
If you have both carpet and hard flooring throughout your home, you might want to try a hybrid vacuum and mop, like the Lefant F1, which can do both functions. It can be changed to a mop easily. You just stick the included 2 wipes or 10 disposable wet wipes at the bottom of the machine, then get a robot vacuum with a mopping function. Unfortunately, it doesn’t has water tank. So you have to wash the mop pads by hands and can’t use cleaning solution.
Some of the most advanced robot vacuums are equipped with artificial intelligence technology, however, the Lefant F1 is geared with Freemove3.0 technology that allows it to automatically detect and avoid objects like as shoes and toys on the floor. You can even adjust the sensitivity on the app, so that the impediments such as stairs, walls, chair and desk legs and a kitchen stove in front of the F1 may be felt in advance and will not be crossed arbitrarily, when the maximum gear is turned on.
Taking advantage of discounts at Christmas, you can send yourself a robot vacuum cleaner with mop and vacuum function as a gift. Just spending $254.99 on the top-of-the-range choices that are jam-packed with features and truly enable you to hand over the floor cleaning fully is required. Imagining cleaning your floors by yourself may soon be just a memory.