Ecovacs Deebot M81Pro REVIEW: Meet The ROBOT vacuum CleaneR with a MOP

Our Rating Reevoo reviews£249.00FromAmazoninc VAT

Packed with features and does a reasonable job for the money

Pros Plenty of features for the moneyDoesn't get gunked up too easilyWi-Fi connectivity and remote controlCons Doesn't get into the edges of your room very wellMop is ineffectiveAdvertisement

It’s an alarming fact, but robotic vacuum cleaners now appear to be mass market products. So much so that manufacturers are struggling, seemingly, to make their products stand out. Take the Ecovacs Deebot M81Pro.

Like so many others, it’s a low-profile disc with motorised wheels that will bumble around your rooms autonomously, sucking up dus as it goes. But this is no ordinary robot vacuum cleaner. Root around in the box and you’ll find an unusual attachment: a water reservoir and a microfibre cleaning cloth. Yup, this little fella will mop the floor for you as well as vacuuming your carpets.

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Ecovacs Deebot M81Pro review: What you need to know

That’s unusual, but at the end of the day you’re going to want to use this to clean your carpets as well, and the M81Pro looks well equipped to do that.

It’s a mid-priced robot vacuum cleaner that can be controlled either with a remote control or via an app on your smartphone. It’s circular in shape, low enough to slide under sofas, beds and coffee tables, and it guides itself around your rooms using a combination of infrared and physical bumper sensors.

It isn’t particularly sophisticated and its cleaning power is mediocre, but it makes up for this in part with its reasonable price, innovative mop attachment and ease of use.

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 Ecovacs Deebot M81Pro review Design and Fetures :

On paper, the M81Pro looks pretty impressive, then. Its reasonably powerful for the money, at 40W, it has a decent run time of two hours and its low-profile means it’ll clean beneath sofas and beds pretty easily.

It comes with a remote control with an LCD display, which can be used to schedule cleaning and select the vacuum cleaner’s various modes, or you can pair it up with your smartphone and drive it from there.

This means you don’t have to be in the same room to start cleaning and the robot’s forward-facing infrared and bumper sensors handle object avoidance, while four downwards-facing sensors prevent the Deebot from falling down the stairs.

Cleaning is done with a combination of a 150mm rotary brush between the main driving wheel and a pair of horizontal spinning brushes on the nose, which sweeps dust from the corners and from the edge of the room toward the main roll

Ecovacs Deebot M81Pro REVIEW: Meet The ROBOT vacuum CleaneR with a MOP

Dust is thrown into a 0.57 liter basket, which is average for this type of vacuum cleaner (this is bigger than the Dyson 360 Eye and smaller than Neato Botvac D5 Connected) and is easily accessible and empty. Turn the panel over the top, pull it out with the handle, remove the HEPA filter door and this is just a simple matter to shake the feathers into the trash. There is also a bladed cleaning tool under this cover, which makes the light work of the uneven hair of the roller and crud of the filter.

That's not all, though. In addition to traditional brush fittings, the M81Pro also comes with a "pel" release. It's not very sophisticated - it comes in the form of a shallow reservoir that you fill with water and microfiber pads that stick under it through a series of Velcro tabs - but this is something different and potentially raised that bit. extra dust from your floor

Ecovacs Deebot M81Pro review: Performance

The Deebot M81Pro is nothing if not thorough. Pop it in auto mode, and it goes into overdrive, scuttling around the floor in seemingly random patterns, going over the same area of floor over and over again.

Every time I set it going it always needed emptying at the end of cleaning – its 40W motor should ensure it picks up a little more than the 23W Miele Scout RX1 – and I was impressed at how little declogging it needed. In my house, with two long-haired young girls and a shedding cat, it coped admirably.

It bumbles its way around most rooms successfully as well, its drop sensors prevent it from catastrophic falls and if you have the charger in the same room, it finds its way back home automatically.

Ecovacs Deebot M81Pro REVIEW: Meet The ROBOT vacuum CleaneR with a MOP

It's not perfect. It seems not too good to overcome the threshold, even the low one though, so I would recommend limiting it to one room at a time. Quickly pick up unsightly scars and scratches and not hug the skirting boards very close.

The roller brush underneath is soft enough and often leaves the larger particles, while the edge brush is handy enough to be cleaned close to the insertion board and into the corner of your room. On the carpet, they are not strong enough to dig into the edges and they are not long enough to get to the corners as well.

Given that the main roller brush is so narrow, this is a problem, especially for clearing a narrow space like a hallway, so you need a hand sanitizer to get the job done.

As for the pelengkapannya, let's just say I'm not sure. All that is visible is just rubing water around the floor. It takes extra dust and dirt, but if you have something close to the right dirt, you need the right mops.

Ecovacs Deebot M81Pro REVIEW: Meet The ROBOT vacuum CleaneR with a MOP

Ecovacs Deebot M81Pro review: Verdict

Ecovacs Deebot M81Pro is not the best vacuum cleaner we've ever encountered. It has various features that are feasible, easy to use, easy to maintain and if you use them often enough, it will do a decent job to keep your carpet clean.

For £ 250, the M81Pro is not bad and the price is too much, but remember that a narrow roller and an ineffective edge brush will require you to do a little extra hard work. If it bothers you and you have a little extra money, I would encourage you to defend Neato instead.

Source: www.expertreviews.co.uk

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