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The Easyin W100 is in a device category that I was previously unfamiliar with. It is basically a vacuum cleaner with the dust container and the motor on the stick. To do this, however, it works completely independently of sockets. Last but not least, it also has a tank for cleaning liquid and a waste water tank, which shows that it can even clean wet.
The manufacturer made the Easine W100 available to me free of charge. Nevertheless, my wife and I took a close look at the wet and dry vacuum cleaner with an open mind and presented it with some challenges in our household with children, cats and a dog. So you can be sure that this report reflects my honest opinion.
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There are a couple of technical specs I'd like to get rid of before the actual review:
The Easine W100 comes with a microfiber brush, a small cleaning brush, a power supply, a replaceable filter, a bottle of cleaning concentrate and a charging station, which is also suitable for storing and drying the parts. This is supplied with the 27V power supply, which is included in the scope of delivery.
However, we did not use the cleaning concentrate because it is heavily perfumed and simply gave us too much peach scent. Instead, you can also use any all-purpose cleaner in a diluted form, as you would mix it as cleaning water.
The main feature of the Easine W100 is without a doubt that it vacuums, scrubs and mops - all in one go. While there are many robot vacuum cleaners that vacuum and mop as well, in most cases mopping means dragging a damp cloth behind them. One can imagine that this does not achieve a particularly good cleaning effect.
It is different with the Easine W100, because the rotating microfiber brush also has a few rubber corners that are stuck in the roll. These are too soft to scratch the floor, but tough enough to loosen stubborn dirt.
A very practical thing about the Easine wet and dry vacuum cleaner is that it has two separate tanks for fresh water and waste water. As a result, the cleaning result is very good and it does not distribute the dirt, as is known from some mopping robots.
I have to admit that the review of the Easine W100 is mainly based on my wife's experience, because she spent most of the time with the wet and dry vacuum cleaner and accordingly gained more experience.
She is quite enthusiastic about the Easine W100 - even if it does not necessarily fall into the lower price segment with a purchase price of almost 300 euros.
It is very easy to use and although, as always, I did not read the operating instructions, it was immediately clear where the cleaning water comes in and how the device works. The large LED display provides information about the remaining battery life, the current cleaning mode and the current water consumption.
When it comes to the type of flooring, the Easine W100 is relatively undemanding. It gets along just as well with wooden floors, tiles and natural stone floors as it does with laminate.
With laminate, however, you should make sure that you use the detergent only very carefully. This type of floor should only be wiped with a damp cloth so that no water penetrates the cracks in the laminate.
The device comes in a look that should probably appeal to the women among us. In various places, elements are colored in rose gold, but otherwise the W100 is quite elegant.
It is operated using buttons that can be reached directly on the handle of the device. Here you can switch on the wet and dry vacuum cleaner, select the cleaning mode and - with a button on the underside of the handle - control the water supply to the brush.
The operation works, is uncomplicated and works reliably. Thanks to Easine for doing without any touch controls.
I admit, we don't necessarily have the best floors to test wet vacuum cleaners. Most of our living space is covered with softwood floorboards, which we clean with Nordic soap. Since the soap settles on the floor and is supposed to form a kind of patina, you shouldn't just use another cleaning agent on it, because the soap washes itself off the wood in places and a stain is created.
That is why we used the Easine W100 in the entrance area and in the bathroom, where there are tiled floors and a large doormat.
My wife likes to use the wet and dry vacuum cleaner to clean the dirt trap, as it can hardly be cleaned any other way. If you wanted to clean it otherwise, you would have to hang it in the shower and shower, then scrub it with detergent and then let it dry for three days.
With the Easine W100 you simply go slowly over it several times and add a lot of cleaning water using the spray water button. After about two minutes, the large doormat is perfectly clean and can even simply dry on the floor as it is not completely soaked.
That the doormat actually gets clean is a small miracle, because this is where muddy rubber boots, muddy dog feet, leaves and dog hair come together and form a neat mix of dirt that you can never get away with a normal vacuum cleaner.
The Easine W100 also got the tiled floors in the entrance area and in the bathroom perfectly clean. This is mainly due to the fact that the microfiber brush actually scrubs properly and thus loosens dirt stains well.
You get the best cleaning result when you move the vacuum cleaner relatively slowly in lanes. It takes a bit of getting used to normal vacuuming, but it is easy to learn.
A small drawback of the Easine W100 is that the brush does not work or can not work without a rim, because the housing always takes up some space. This means that you always have one to two centimeters at the edge of a wall that the brush cannot reach and which therefore remain dirty.
This “indelible” area is particularly annoying from my point of view, because most of the dirt tends to collect at the edge. This is then left for cleaning, which is a shame.
This is not so tragic for our application, because our entrance area is so dirty again in a few hours by the dog that you can't see any difference to the edge. In addition, we simply wipe every few days with the bucket and - by the way, very recommendable - Vileda UltraMat through and then the edge is clean again.
Cleaning with the Easine W100 naturally also includes the preparation and subsequent cleaning of the device. Both are relatively quick and do not cost more time than getting a cleaning bucket, filling in detergent and water or packing everything away and cleaning it up afterwards.
For cleaning, the Easine W100 even has a self-cleaning function, which you start with the push of a button when it is in the base. In doing so, it fetches water from the water tank and rinses both the brush and the pipes. The dirty water then ends up in the appropriate tank.
Despite the self-cleaning, the following steps are part of "tidying up":
It's all very easy to do and from my point of view is no more effort than normal cleaning.
My wife doesn't want to be without the Easine W100 anymore. She said that just for the entrance area and our giant doormat it was worth the purchase.
I think it shows its strength primarily when you want to wipe certain areas in the apartment more often. If we had large areas, I would perhaps use a mopping robot with proper cleaning brushes, but we cannot use them because of the special wood treatment.
There is absolutely nothing to complain about the workmanship and handling of the Easine W100. The water tanks can be removed quickly and easily and the brush can be removed and cleaned in seconds.
If you are interested in the wireless Easine W100 wet and dry vacuum cleaner, you can currently find a 30 EUR coupon on the product page on Amazon. You can also get there with this product box:
Easine is focused on hand and stick vacuum cleaners / wet and dry vacuum cleaners that offer an additional level of cleanliness. In the past few decades, Easine has expanded its business to Asia, Europe, America and over 30 countries, helping millions of families around the world enjoy clean living conditions.
With a strong desire to develop efficient cleaning products, Easine designs innovative products that are both versatile and useful in everyday use. The products are manufactured with an eye for technology and aesthetics - and yet the Easine devices should be affordable for everyone.
Jens has been running the blog since 2012. He appears as Sir Apfelot for his readers and helps them with problems of a technical nature. In his free time he drives electric unicycles, takes photos (preferably with his iPhone, of course), climbs around in the Hessian mountains or hikes with the family. His articles deal with Apple products, news from the world of drones or solutions for current bugs.
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