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There is a new vacuum cleaner robot from the manufacturer Tesvor: the T8. The Tesvor T8 combines smart navigation with a lightweight design and a running time of up to 100 minutes. In addition to the 1.800 Pa suction force, two side brushes and a middle brush are used. The water tank in the back of the device holds 350 ml of water - a mopping attachment connected to it ensures that the floor is cleaned efficiently. Without the wiping function, the robot vacuum cleaner can also be used on carpets; He should easily manage hurdles up to 2 cm. Sensors ensure that it does not fall on edges and stairs.
For comparison with similar devices, such as the Roborock S50, I give you the following technical data from the Tesvor T8 data sheet. The scope of delivery of the device is also included.
Currently the Tesvor T8 is already for 349 EUR on offer. If you want to save an additional 50 EUR, you can use the following code at checkout so that the vacuum cleaner costs only 299 EUR: TNEWT8
I just tried the voucher code and everything worked. In the shopping cart, click on "Apply Coupon" to display the field in which you can then enter the code. As far as I could see, the code is valid until 30.9.2019/XNUMX/XNUMX.
Using a camera, gyroscope and other sensors, the Tesvor T8 creates a map of the rooms on which it should then work efficiently. With straight, parallel paths (similar to the Xiaomi models), a high coverage of the area to be cleaned should be achieved in a short time. The robot for floor cleaning can be addressed via the app on the smartphone, via Amazon Alexa, via Google Home and via the supplied remote control. Among other things, according to the manufacturer, it can also be used to set schedules so that the Tesvor T8 can be cleaned automatically on a regular basis. With one battery charge it should be up to 150 m2 can be cleaned.
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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.