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QQ3-T Specifications

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14"
14"
the qq3-t weighs 10 pounds

10

remote control included
battery life

90

minutes
self charging
has scheduling

Editorial Review

Infinuvo is a brand that seems happy enough to do basic cleaning, and almost all their cleaners have a sanitizer for when some messes are worse than others. With a 2-stage cleaning process and 5-step repetitive rotation, their QQ3-T sucks up pet hair in addition to run-of-the-mill dust bunnies. Cleaning sessions last up to 90 minutes, and include hardwood, short-pile carpet, vinyl, and tile. Despite a suite of more than satisfactory features, the QQ3-T model is ill-equipped for certain smellier incidents, particularly those involving semisolid excrement to be precise.

Recently a US couple awoke to find their robotic vacuum, having been set to automatically clean while they were asleep, had run over their dog's mess and left a Jackson Pollock-style disaster in its wake. The company is sending the couple a replacement robovac, while accepting no direct culpability. A spokesman for the vacuum company said that this was a common occurrence, for which there's no solution except to make sure not to schedule the vacuum to clean if there are overloaded pets nearby.

The robovac company has a point here, but many of these robotic cleaners are advertised as pet friendly, so it really is incumbent on the owner to remain vigilant. However, there are robovacs aplenty for those who have no pets or at least have better trained ones. The Clean-Mate QQ5 Plus is one of them, a robot that vacuums and sweeps. The Infinuvo Hovo 650 vacuums and wet mops, and lacks a roller brush, which prevents the bot from tying itself in knots. The Infinuvo QQ2 Plus can be scheduled for up to 7 cleaning sessions per week and comes with a slot for deodorizer, which is presumably useful for when Poopmania arrives in town.

The QQ3-T has 2 roller brushes, as an upgrade from prior QQ2 models. This is a self-recharging and auto-docking unit that has a programmable scheduler for automatic cleaning. There is stair detection as well as optional sonic walls to confine the robot's parameters. This robovac comes with a 0.67-liter dustbin, an integrated UV light, and a remote control. Although it consumes only 20 watts of power, the device isn't the most quiet, running at 65 db. You may not hear when it's using pet poo to paint, but at least there's an air freshener package for later.

Infinuvo QQ3-T | Reviewed by Botdb | Rating: 3

QQ3-T Reviews From Around The Web


Inclination

This vacuum gets stuck on everything and I constantly have to move it to continue the vacuuming. That pretty much defeats the purpose of having an automatic vacuum.

Tom's Guide
amazon.com
Inclination

It did not pick up much of anything, trying small hard dog food to the smaller pieces of debris, just carried stuff around and when turning just left it in another spot.

Tom's Guide
amazon.com
Inclination

Overall cleaning capability is reasonable. The suction and sweep get nearly all dirt out of carpets and hard floors...For a budget this is the best bang for your buck

Tom's Guide
newegg.com
Inclination

Much quieter than a regular vacuum...It often leaves dirt marks in places where it gets stuck.

Tom's Guide
newegg.com
Inclination

All the bells and whistles the infinuvo claims doesn't help when it gets stuck on every little rug and furniture.

Tom's Guide
newegg.com