Dreame Bot W10 Self-Cleaning Robot Vacuum And Mop 2022 REVIEW — MacSources
Robot vacuum will clean your house for you — but is it worth the cost?
When I was a kid, we divided up weekly household chores between my brother and me. One of those chores was vacuuming the entire house. This included our living room and three bedrooms. The kitchen and bathroom were linoleum and tile respectively so those areas had to be mopped instead of vacuumed. Those were separate chores. The ‘floor’ cleaning jobs were particularly taxing and my brother and I would try to avoid them at all costs.
This is one of the main reasons I’m so grateful to have robot vacuums now that I’m an adult. Our vacuums run through the house and pick up dirt, dust, and debris left behind from foot traffic. One thing our vacuums can’t do though is mop. That’s why I was excited to try out the Dreame Bot W10 Self-Cleaning Robot Vacuum and Mop.
About Dreame Bot W10
The Dreame Bot W10 Self-Cleaning Robot Vacuum and Mop was originally released about a year ago in November 2021. It combines two cleaning functions into one machine and can clean carpeted and non-carpeted areas. In addition to cleaning flooring, the W10 can also clean itself, which ensures that your mopping pads are always in top-notch shape to do the cleaning.
“Combining mopping and vacuuming functions, W10 easily cleans dirt, dust, wet messes, and dried-on dirt. Picking up debris, cleaning up grime, or mopping up spills are tasks handled with ease by a single automatic cleaning robot.”
The cleaning machine contains a high-capacity battery that cleans up to 300 square meters on a single charge. The W10 returns to its charging based automatically when it’s done cleaning or when the battery is low. The vacuum updates maps up to 12x faster than previous models thanks to an upgraded LiDAR-based SLAM navigation system.
It maps rooms (even in the dark), creates systematic cleaning paths, and can store up to 3 different floor plans. With this advanced navigation, and a D-shaped design…