- Be Able to Detect Dirt Levels
Along with handling all types of surfaces, these autonomous vacuum cleaners can tackle all kinds of dirt and dust, as well. From barely-settled dust to deeply-embedded debris from your carpet, most of these vacuums are designed with powerful suction capabilities, regardless of their compact size.
Leveraging built-in sensors, the machines can detect the cleaning amount required in different situations as well as repeatedly going over areas until they are clean. This level of detail, once it comes to cleaning, is not matched in other similar items.
- Sets Boundaries
One more advantage of the robot vacuum cleaner is its inherent ability to perform in a given space they are programmed for.
Let’s say, if you have kids playing in another area while the unit is operating, you may want to set virtual walls in its programming function to prevent it from going across doorways as well as other openings. Similarly, if you have cats, etc. alone at home when the model is operating, you can limit its scope so it will not frighten them.
- Easy to Store and Small, Compact
A robot vacuum is smaller than uprights or canister vacuums and, as such, can be stored in almost every space, say, under a bed, in a closet, or wherever your house has rooms. It makes the product ideal for homeowners who have limited storage space or are trying to downsize the belongings.
The robot vacuums can also be transported between locations because of their size. You will not have to clear out the trunk or borrow a truck to move the machine from one place to another. For another benefit, the product’s small, low-slung nature means that it can get under your furniture as well as reaching areas that a regular model cannot.