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Yeedi has a vacuum cleaner robot with a mopping function, in whose charging station the two rotating mops are automatically cleaned. In combination with a battery charge of up to 180 minutes, it is possible to have large areas cleaned fully automatically. This is particularly interesting for hard floors, i.e. for wooden floors, laminate, PVC, tiles and stone. But even if you have carpets in your apartment, that shouldn't be a problem. These are recognized and bypassed in wipe mode. You can find more information, technical data and a look at reviews from previous users here.
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Robot vacuum cleaners have been around for a long time, and models with a wiping function are not new either. The first simply had a mopping cloth with a water tank on the underside. Newer models now also use these rags to exert pressure on the floor and may move a bit. Better cleaning is already possible with this. The Yeedi model now thinks wet cleaning a step further: Two rotating mops are used, which act in a similar way to the side brushes of robotic vacuum cleaners. With the combination of vacuum cleaning with 2.500 Pa suction power and strong wiping power thanks to pressure and rotation, Yeedi promises fully automatic cleaning of the floor.
To make this even more convenient, the vacuum and mopping robot comes with an extensive charging and cleaning station. This has two 3,5 liter tanks. One is the fresh water for cleaning the mopping attachments. The dirty water produced during cleaning is pumped into the other. The robot drives automatically to the station, where cleaning then takes place. Then he continues on his path, which he should follow smartly thanks to modern mapping of the individual rooms in the apartment. A 5.200 mAh battery is available for this, which should provide runtimes of up to 180 minutes.
But what about after cleaning the floor when the vacuum cleaner robot is in the station and the freshly washed mops are wet hanging in the cleaning tub? You shouldn't have to worry about that with the Yeedi device either. Because the station not only has the cleaning function described, but also a drying function. The integrated dry fan is designed to prevent the formation of odors and mold. So if you are looking for a truly fully automated floor cleaning solution, this offer might be just right for you.
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If the above text is too extensive for you, you will find an overview of all the important technical data of the device here. So you can see at a glance whether the Yeedi vacuum cleaner and mopping robot with its washing system is something for you.
With this vacuum cleaner robot, its mopping function and the charging station for self-cleaning, Yeedi is aimed at everyone who doesn't like getting their hands dirty or who simply have too much to do. If you want to keep the floor of your apartment clean despite the lack of time, you can take a look at the device. It should also be able to cope with animal hair and larger pieces of dirt. You will find the opportunity to buy along with ratings and reviews from previous users on the Amazon product page.
The reviews of the device and its functions on Amazon are quite mixed. While some users are completely enthusiastic about the cleaning performance on laminate, PVC, wooden floors, tiles and the like, others complain about carpet cleaning. A few of the users are not satisfied with this and one or two of them reportedly had error messages about blocked main brushes. Unfortunately, none of the reviews is very detailed (room size, type of carpets, cleaning time, information on the cleaning station).
What do you think about it? Is the Yeedi robot worth trying or do you have another favorite? Feel free to leave a comment on the topic :)
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After graduating from high school, Johannes completed an apprenticeship as a business assistant specializing in foreign languages. But then he decided to research and write, which resulted in his independence. For several years he has been working for Sir Apfelot, among others. His articles include product introductions, news, manuals, video games, consoles, and more. He follows Apple keynotes live via stream.
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