Where would humans be without robotic floor cleaners? They'd either be hiring maids, or possibly googling ways to build a floor cleaning robot from scratch. Maybe they would even resort to cleaning the floors themselves, though such rash behavior is improbable in all but extreme cases. Luckily for us, floorbots have existed since the debut of the Electrolux Trilobite, a machine that was named after an extinct ocean-dwelling, bottom-feeding arthropod. The Trilobite vacuum is still around, and its descendants now come in a small variety of shapes -- round, followed by square, then squarish -- and sizes. A lot of them do other tasks besides vacuuming, with mopping, sweeping, and disinfecting prominent among them.
The Lilin B2005Plus is an intelligent floor bot that can automatically adjust its suction power to accommodate different flooring. It can sterilize, sweep, and mop, although it has a bit of difficulty with the latter task. The Segarty Ilife V5s is a part-time mopper as well, even possessing a little water tank for wet mopping duty. This is a fairly quiet vacuum that can climb tiny molehills while still reaching under the couch. The Techko Maid RM403 is a square floorbot that specializes in wet or dry mopping linoleum, tile, and marble, yet even this task is apparently too daunting for it.
The Techko Maid RV318-S is a multi-tasking domestic bot, a 3-in-1 Super Maid. This one is supposed to vacuum and sweep carpeted floors as well as sweep and mop wood, linoleum, tile, and marble. It features fall prevention, digitally coded light source sensors, and one-touch button operation. For mopping, the RV318-S utilizes standard sized disposable cleaning cloths which are then wrapped around the floorvac's mop pad attachment. This not-so Super Maid comes with rechargeable batteries and an AC adapter. It is another one that speaks to the allure of that googled robomaid.
I have been using this robotic vacuum for over 6 months now and I am very pleased with it's performance thus far!
Haven't had it long , but so far we love it. So far it thus everything it supposed to, it is small and goes under furniture with ease.
Runs about an hour and a half but picks up everything under the bed. Nice to have for pre-mop.