Perhaps it's unfair to have our domestic robots take on more human tasks. They already mow our lawns, clean our pools, feed our pets, and vacuum our floors. What more can they do? Well, in the case of floorvacs, they can do the jobs they were built for in the first place. Otherwise, they're just toys for our pets, or in the case of the Moneual Rydis MR6550, a coffee delivery system. But some manufacturers have taken the whole thing a step further. For instance, the Jisiwei S+ will tidy up the floor, keep an eye on the family, and take pictures. For those who prefer less Big Brother and more suction in their robovacs, then maybe the Infinuvo QQ2 Plus is the answer.
The QQ2 Plus can be scheduled to automatically clean up to 7 times per week. Using a 5-step repetitive rotation, it will tackle carpet, hardwood, tile, and linoleum for up to 70 minutes per 3 1/2-hour charge. After cleaning, it will use its UV lightness of being to kill bacteria. Following recharging, it will resume its chores. There is built-in Cliff Sensing technology to help the QQ2 Plus avoid stairs and precipices.
Features include auto-docking and recharging, auto-off, a timer, and a warning beep for when it gets stuck, a trait that seems rather useless if you're away. The robot's remote control is embedded in the top cover and can be used to stop and start the unit as needed. This floorbot runs at 70 decibels, which makes it noisier than the Liectroux Robot Vacuum Cleaner. It functions on a 2500mAh NiMH battery, with a dustbin capacity of 0.3 liters and a cleaning rate of 30 minutes for a 4.8- by 3.2-meter area. There is a slot into which a fragrance can be placed for deodorizing. The washable roller brush is removable, and 3 washable filters are included.
Almost one month to the date after I received the Infinuvo, it stopped charging. It would act like it was going to charge for a second and then beep and hop off its base.
I run it once a day...it is fantastic. It does a great job of keeping the dog hair at a minimum throughout the week...It hops up on the area rugs with no problem at all.
I am completely happy with the performance and it meets all of my needs. The only fault I have so far, is the instruction booklet. It is not very clear.
It’s cheap, it cleans your house thoroughly, and there are very few problems with it as a whole.
It does a great job of picking up all the pet hair, dust, and grit...The only down fall we have found is that it does not do good with rugs.