DEEBOT N8+
DEEBOT N8+
DEEBOT N8+
DEEBOT N8+
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DEEBOT N8+

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The disposable Wet Mopping Pads are antibacterial, which when combined with the professional mopping technology of DEEBOT, can be used to effectively remove Staphylococcus aureus, E. coli and mold.

  • Removes up to 99.9% of bacteria and mites with the disposable Wet Mopping Pad.
  • Protects against skin irritation with dust and mite removal.
  • Prevents bacterial growth with quick mopping and drying.
  • DEEBOT releases fragrance to effectively remove mold, pet odors and other odors.
  • Dual-direction cleaning with two side brushes gives DEEBOT a larger cleaning range.
  • Smart, 360-degree LDS laser mapping can measure 1800 points per second.
  • Ultra-wide floating main brush removes dust from gaps and crevices.
  • Effective removal of cola, flour, juice, dust, soy sauce, coffee, salad dressing, tomato sauce and hairs.


Note: Supplied together with Auto-Empty Station as standard for DEEBOT N8+.


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M
10/27/2021
MM
Very smart one

I have a cat in my house, so usually there are a lot of pet hair at home. The robo helps me a lot. By the way it has voice prompt when working, very smart.

S
10/27/2021
S.Mitchell
China China
So nice robo vac

It's easy to connect to the internet and my phone, allowing me to put my feet up and enjoy my extra free time. Recommended to buy it!

E
10/18/2021
Eddy
wonderful robot vacuum

It's easy to connect to the internet and my phone, allowing me to put my feet up and enjoy my extra free time. Recommended to buy it!

C
04/15/2021
Customer
My new best friend

Have had experience with a number of robot vacuums and this Deebot has been the best i've tried so far. It is incredibly easy to easy to set up, though I had to put mine on a 2.4ghz network as I had trouble connecting at 5ghz. Download the app, remove all of the plastic and you're ready to start your first cleaning/mapping. Be sure to wait until the battery is fully charged though, this does go through it's battery fairly quickly. I watched it periodically while it did the first run and I was amazing by how different it was from other vac's. It knew not to go under my living room chairs (my previous vacuum always got stuck) and it wasn't running into walls or furniture. Once done, it gave me a perfect map for my home and it even marked the different rooms! I was then able to label each room which is super handy when I only want to clean a specific area. The vacuum is super quiet and did an amazing job going from hardwood to carpet. Once it was done, it emptied it's bin by itself into the bin attached to the charging base...amazing! Next step was mopping. I was chose the two rooms with tile/hardwood and was amazed by how disciplined the vac was around carpet and area rugs. It only mopped where it was supposed to and my floors look fantastic! I've had robot vacs and mops, this does both jobs better than all of them while not having to have two different devices. I love it!

C
04/14/2021
Customer
Still Room for Improvement

The Ecovacs Deebot N8+ comes with a lot of features. I replaced a less intelligent Shark robot vacuum which did an ok job but seemed to randomly bump around as it cleaned. The Deebot promised a smarter and more efficient clean, with added features like mapping, area clean and mopping. The Deebot ships in a big box, accommodating a large robot vac and a large charging station/dust empty station. Set up is fairly quick and the quick-start guide covers most (but not all ?more on that later) setup functions. They were located under the Deebot top-flap which helped to get up and running without hunting through the included manual. You are strongly recommended to let the Deebot charge up all the way before sending it out. I did not and it sort-of worked but I would suggest waiting for the full charge as it will help with first-time mapping. I have remapped a few times since so it wasn't the end of the world in my case. You can run the vacuum from its onboard button but the best way is to download the app, set up an account and add the Deebot. You can do this with a QR code which is an easy way to register it in the app. You also need to add it to your Wi-Fi network but I found this to be fairly easy and similar to adding any other devices. For the Deebot, it worked first time whereas other devices have been problematic. From this point, you click the Auto button in the app and send the Deebot on its way, focusing on mapping but also giving a quick vacuum as it goes. My Deebot made it around most of the 700 square feet of the 1st floor on its first run but then had to head back to the charging station and charged up for about 3 hours before heading out and quickly finishing off the rest. I have not tried it on my upstairs floor as it is not as heavily used but it is possible to store multiple floor maps. The vacuuming seems to be quite powerful for an autonomous unit. It makes less noise than my Shark but will increase power when it detects carpet. It rarely hits furniture or cabinets as its 360 degree sensor seems to be very aware of surroundings. It seems to have a set speed for vacuuming and a faster speed when it scoots between locations which speeds up travel between non-connected areas to clean. Mapping: The mapping feature is necessary for area or custom cleaning. After the initial map run, you can go into the app and start to separate out areas so they can match the room function. For example, you should be able to name your kitchen, living room, bathroom and then later you can send the Deebot to just a specific area to clean and then return, without having to do the whole map. The map also helps the Deebot to clean more efficiently, in a planned, mowing-the-lawn fashion, as much as possible. The actual mapping is impressive and rendered a floor plan that matched my first floor with just a few artifacts, probably from reflections through a patio door or low cabinet glass door. They don’t affect the Deebot as it goes about its tasks, it just looks a little messy on the map. Once you save your map in the app, you can edit and label areas as well as set virtual boundaries, where you don’t want the Deebot to clean in future. The labeling could be better ?for instance, you have to use the preset labels and can’t customize your own. This seems like a bit of a flop. I had to label a couple of my rooms with names we never use so that was disappointing. Similar with the editing of areas, where you can separate areas in separate rooms. The vertical boundary lines seem to work to divide rooms but I struggled with a horizontal one that just would never separate my kitchen from my dining room. They even have a doorway between them but the Deebot would just refuse to separate them. As one is carpet and one is laminate floor and the carpeted dining room doesn’t need to be cleaned to the same extent as the kitchen, I thought this another miss. If you move your charging station, you have to remap from scratch again. The only time this would not be a problem is if you move it between floors and put the station in the same spot each time. Mopping: I tried the mopping feature a couple of times but frankly, I have to say it is very poor and I won’t be using it again. I would describe it as dragging a damp microfiber cloth around the area but that to me is not mopping. You can set the area to be mopped and the amount of wetness left behind but I’m not really sure who would be satisfied with that. To me, mopping is removing footprints, dried up water spots and leaving a shine. This feature just drags a wet cloth around behind it which is not the same. The Deebot detects when it has the detachable mop connected and then goes into mopping mode. It will then avoid carpets and rugs and only wet hard surfaces. This will be a problem if you intend to use the mopping mode and site your charging station on carpet ?once you attach the mop, the Deebot will get confused as it won’t cross carpet with the mop on, probably to protect the car