Last year, when most of India was under a strict lockdown, sales of robotic vacuum cleaners rose significantly and for good reason. If you are stuck at home and have a busy family, cleaning every half an hour is neither desirable nor advisable. Even regular vacuum cleaners need a lot of effort if you want to use them most efficiently. Cue robotic vacuum cleaners, which do all the work for you and for added benefits, can spook your cat.
With COVID-19 cases rising in India and lockdown rumours doing rounds again, it would not be a bad idea to consider buying a robotic vacuum cleaner. It will keep your home clean and sanitised, you can relax while the robot does all the work, and of course, your pets will be confused.
Anker is a respected and trusted brand and makes a range of electronic products from projectors to chargers and, of course, vacuum cleaners. With 35,000+ ratings and an overall rating of 4, the product has all the credentials to make for a great purchase. And at a rupee under Rs 15,000 it makes for a great affordable package too.
This model costs nearly three times as much as the Anker model, but it sure packs all the features you will ever need. Its TrueDetect 3D technology is based on 3D Structured Light technology, which lets you scan and collect object information via laser beam projections. The Ecovacs reduces the risk of getting stuck or tangled and enables the robot to clean more quickly and smoothly. With premium features like TrueMapping laser-based mapping and navigation technology, multi-floor mapping and Ozmo mopping, there is little that the DEEBOT cannot do. This explains why it costs Rs 45,000, but with 654 ratings and an overall rating of 4.5, it is a product that will guarantee you years of hassle-free cleaning experience.
Few brands in India have a recall value, like Eureka Forbes. Back in the 90s, it was Eureka Forbes that brought vacuum cleaners to the masses. So, it is almost impossible that we make a list of vacuum cleaners and not mention at least one Eureka Forbes product. The Robo Vac N offers Dry suction + Mop + UV Action and comes equipped with smart sensors and 90-minute runtime. At Rs 19,990, it is extremely well priced too.
iLIfe may not be as famous as other companies on this list, but this product sure packs a punch.
The anti-scratch tempered glass gives ample protection while an infrared sensor evades obstacles and has the drop-sensing tech to avoid falls. The V-shaped tangle-free rolling brush,750 ML Dust Box and 300 ML water tank with anti-scratch wire drawing process metal cover, provides 3-in-1 cleaning Sweeping, Vacuuming, Wet/Dry Mopping.
What’s more, it comes with an imported brushless motor, high suction, low noise, and a touch screen. At Rs 30,000, it is competitively priced too and has 164 ratings and an overall rating of 4.5.
At under Rs 11,000, this is one of the cheaper and more affordable robotic vacuum cleaners on Amazon. But do not think that the price means it comes with compromises. This cleaner claims three times faster navigation than most navigating robots. It has smart sensors to enable efficient and effective cleaning, moving around your home with confidence. The cleaner allows you to sweep, vacuum and mop in one to get you rid of busy housework and always keep the floor clean and shiny. You can also schedule cleaning and adjust suction power and Alexa control.
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