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DreameL10 Prime Robotic Vacuum and Mop


Retail: R23,000

Our boss didn’t want to bore you with lengthy discussions about mundane topics. Instead, he aims to explain why you should choose this Robotic Vacuum Cleaner over others. If your main priority is an automatic vacuum, you can save money by purchasing elsewhere or considering a different product. However, if mopping holds great value and importance for you, this product is the perfect fit.

Not only does it possess active, fast-spinning rotary mops, but they also self-clean and dry themselves upon completion, eliminating any unpleasant odours. When the robot returns to the base station, all the dirty water from the mops is suctioned into the dirty water storage, which is then refilled with clean water mixed with a solution you have added.

Now, you may wonder about its compatibility with hard floors and carpets. Rest assured the robot effortlessly lifts itself up when it detects carpets and does not wet them. When it detects a hard floor, it lowers itself down and begins rotary mopping. All of this is facilitated by AI intelligence and a lidar/laser on top of the vacuum, enabling it to navigate precisely where instructed.

Now, onto the standard details (from the manufacturer).

P.S. This device will continue cleaning your house even when you need to light another candle.

Product Features
  • Automatic Mop Self-Cleaning: L10 Prime automatically returns to the base station during cleaning to wash its mops and scrub them against studs in the removable base plate before continuing cleaning.
  • Automatic Mop Drying: At the end of the cleaning process, the mop will be washed and dried with the wind from the built-in fan at the dock. Air drying helps prevent Mold, unpleasant odors, and bacterial growth.
  • Upgraded Automatic Mop Lifting – 7mm* – Highest in Market: When carpet is detected, the bottom of the mop pads can be lifted to 7mm from the floor to avoid wetting the carpets and then vacuums your carpet in a single clean.
  • Advanced Dual-Rotary Mops + Bristleless Rubber Brush: Out with the OLD, say no more to one piece cloth for mopping! By upgrading to the dual rotary mop pads, it spins at 180RPM under firm pressure. The rubber brush is designed to minimize hair tangling.
  • Ultrasonic Carpet Detection: Accurately identifies carpets and rugs, automatically boosting the suction power for a deeper clean. Alternatively, set your robot to avoid medium and high-pile carpets to protect them from getting wet.
  • Superior LiDAR Navigation & Detailed Mapping: With upgraded LiDAR navigation and an advanced SLAM algorithm, L10 Prime rapidly generates a 3D map to expertly clean and navigate your home.
  • Customizable Cleaning: Manage your cleaning via the app to clean precisely the way that you want. Set preferences, like cleaning mode, suction power, cleaning pattern, and more for specific rooms or areas of your home.
Product Specifications

Robot Vacuum

  • Auto mop self-cleaning
  • Auto mop drying
  • Auto mop lifting (7mm)
  • Dual rotary mops
  • 4000Pa suction power
  • Ultrasonic carpet detection
  • Product Dimensions: 350 x 350 x 103.8mm
  • Weight: 3.65kg
  • Battery Capacity: 5,200mAh
  • Dust Box Volume: 450mL
  • Threshold Crossing: 2cm

Base Station

  • Product Dimensions 350 x 350 x 103.8mm (13 x 13 x 3in)
  • Weight: 3.65kg (8.05 pounds)
  • Battery Capacity 5,200mAh
  • Dust Box Volume: 450mL
  • Maximum Suction: 4,000Pa
  • Threshold Crossing: 2cm (0.78in)
  • 1 Year warranty
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