We recently covered the SwitchBot Curtain 3 that left us enthralled with its automation antics and compatibility with a range of curtain rods. Elaborating its portfolio – combining automation and cleaning – SwitchBot at IFA 2023 has unveiled the S10 Floor Cleaning Robot that’s first of its type in the world with auto water fill and drain system.
Vouched as a true solution for hands free cleaning experience, SwitchBot S10 is able to effortlessly sweep and mop your home without human intervention. Thrusting on a 6500Pa high suction power, it eliminates the need to manually refill its water tank with fresh water and drain out the dirty water; S10 comes with amazing auto water-refilling and self-draining system.
Working on a compact innovative retrofit water station, the vacuum is effortlessly adaptable to all the rooms of your house and it claims to be the only robot cleaner capable of refilling a humidifier. With the elimination of wastewater tank, S10 ensures your home is devoid of foul smells, while its compact design conceals the mop in the main body, as opposed to in the base, usual with other robo-vacs.
The robot vacuum can clean wooden floors and carpets with equal prowess, even though S10 is specifically designed to power up while cleaning the latter. Riding on its self-cleaning roller mop (that cleans at 300 rep/min), it auto dries and adds its own cleaning solution. You can overlook to clear the dirt daily as the S10 can hold dust up to 70 days before requiring you to manually empty its 4L dust collection bag.
The S10 employs an intelligent AI system that allows it to dodge obstacles without a fuss, while advanced LiDAR sensor permits the robot to accurately map designated routes and spaces; it remembers navigation map of specific rooms for advanced cleaning. SwitchBot S10 will make crowdfunding debut on Kickstarter starting October 13, 2023, and is expected to retail at $1199.99.
SwitchBot S10 leverages authority with its automatic feature, making it a strong contender to iRobot’s Roomba Combo j5+ Robot Vacuum.
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