|Peso del artículo||4.5 Libras|
|Dimensiones del producto||29.97 x 29.97 x 7.62 cm; 2.04 kg|
|Volume||37800 Centímetros cúbicos|
|¿Se requiere ensamblaje?||No|
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ILIFE V3s Pro Robot aspiradora, succión sin enredos, aspiradora robótica de Carga automática, Limpieza de horarios Diarios, Ideal para el Pelo de Mascotas, Piso Duro y Alfombra de Pelo bajo
|3 meses sin intereses||$1,939.28||$5,817.85|
|6 meses sin intereses||$969.64||$5,817.85|
|Nombre del modelo||V3s Pro Robotic Vacuum,|
Acerca de este artículo
- Con una tecnología para el cuidado del cabello de mascotas sin enredos, se centra en recoger el cabello, la suciedad, los desechos en suelos duros.
- Diseño de perfil bajo para limpiar debajo de las camas, muebles donde la suciedad se esconde. Ideal para madera dura, azulejos, laminado o piedra.
- Autocargable, programable programable, sensores inteligentes para anti-golpes y anti-caída. Tiempo de funcionamiento 90-100 minutos
- Fácil operación con control remoto, o botón de limpieza automática de un solo toque en el robot.
- Consejo: fácil mantenimiento, vaciar el cubeta de basura y limpiar el filtro después de cada uso. Reemplace el filtro cada mes.
- Un equipo de servicio al cliente de 12 meses y Estados Unidos le proporciona tranquilidad y un gran servicio.
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|Vendido por||Amazon México||Anker México||Amazon Estados Unidos||Amazon Estados Unidos|
|Dimensiones Artículo||29.97 x 29.97 x 7.62 cm||32.50 x 32.50 x 7.25 cm||34.04 x 34.04 x 8.99 cm||7.52 x 28.02 x 28.02 cm|
|Peso Artículo||2.04 kg||2.59 kg||2.26 kg||1.60 kg|
Descripción del producto
Robot Aspirador ILIFE V3S Pro máquina de succión ideal para mascotas Anti-olisión y características de carga automática: Especificación 100 ~ 240V, 50/60Hz, funciona en la mayoría de los países. 2 modos de carga: Automático/Manual (Consejos: cuando se carga el interruptor en el cuerpo debe estar encendido), 3 sensores de acantilado en la parte inferior que hacen que la aspiradora robot no se caiga (> = 6 cm de altura). 4 modos de limpieza: modo automático, modo punto, modo borde, modo programación. cubeta de polvo de 300 ml con más capacidad. La tela de nano-fibras está disponible para una limpieza más profunda. Capacidad de aspiración: rango de 600 Pa. Capacidad de escalada: el grado máximo de 15 mm. 80-150 metros cuadrados de limpieza automática para el hogar y la oficina grande Batería duradera: 2600 mAh Li-batería dura largas horas de trabajo Bajo ruido: <55dB Control remoto con visualización LCD sirve para un fácil funcionamiento. Indicadores LED en el producto que muestran el estado de trabajo. Horario de limpieza: establecer la hora de inicio y hacer la limpieza todos los días a la hora establecida todavía no está en casa u oficina. Carga automática: esta aspiradora robótica puede volver a la base de carga cuando está fuera de energía. 8 cm de grosor para limpiar cualquier piso debajo de los muebles. Doble protección contra impactos: 1. Sensores OBS en el cuerpo para reconocer la barrera y evitar ser golpeado. 2. En caso de que el cuerpo toque la barrera, la estructura de amortiguación y el parachoques de TPU en la parte delantera para proteger el filtro y los muebles. Capacidad de grado: 15 grados, posibilidad a obstáculos cruzados: ≤ 12 mm, tensión de trabajo: 19 V.
Más información del producto
Easy to use
Auto clean by pressing the mechanical button on the robot or choose from 3 cleaning modes with the remote, auto mode, edge mode & space mode
Low-profile design can reach under sofa or bed where dirt hides
No roller brush=tangle free
With powerful suction passage, V3s Pro does a impressive job on picking up dirt,dust, pat hair and fur without tangling caused by hairs blocking into roller
Schedule cleaning in advance
Preset a working time to get your V3s Pro to start its daily routine cleaning.
3 built-in underneath infrared sensors intelligently detect stairs to avoid falling off, making sure V3s Pro in safe cleaning condition
10 sets of front infrared sensors recognize and avoid obstacles.
V3s Pro automatically searches charging dock and returns home when battery gets low.
With extra large RoadRover wheels, V3s Pro can glide across from hard floor to low-pile carpet or ride over door trims to realize smooth cleaning. Max climbing height 10mm.
|V3s pro||V8s||A9||Shinebot W400|
|Navigation||-||Path planning||Mapping Navigation||Path planning|
|Mopping||-||✓||-||Floor Washing Robot|
|Run time||up to 100 mins||up to 120 mins||up to 120 mins||up to 80 mins|
|APP control + Compatible with Alexa||-||-||✓||-|
|Use orientation||Hardfloor > Carpet||Hardfloor > Carpet||Hardfloor=Carpet||Hardfloor|
Please ensure the power switch is 'On' before using or charging.
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Las mejores reseñas de México
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Respecto al envío todo en orden y a tiempo.
Barre muy bien el pelo de perros, es increíble cómo me ha ayudado a mantener la casa limpia (tengo 4 perros y es de mucha ayuda).
Es el mejor regalo de las madres que pude haberme hecho!!!!
Tanto a mi esposo como a mí nos sorprendió la forma de trabajar al ver los resultados en el piso de la casa como ver toda la basura o "pelusa" que recoge.
Supuestamente, la casa está cerrada 90 - 95% limpia. ILIFE, de dónde saca tanta basura? A pesar de que mi hija muestra una reacción alérgica al pelo de gato, en esta ocasión que nos visitó, en ningún momento estornudó. No había polvo o pelusa en el aire. Gracias ILIFE. La recomiendo 100%.
Estamos encantados en casa. Además da la impresión de tener personalidad, y un alto sentido de responsabilidad.
La tratamos con mucho cuidado, y procuramos evitarle obstáculos, y trampas donde se pueda atorar, ponemos todos los sillones inclinados en dos patas para que pueda pasar libremente. Nos tiene deslumbrados.
Esta es la limpieza del futuro. Nuestra casa tiene un piso de madera muy rústico y desigual, y la barredora funciona perfecto.
Mejores reseñas de otros países
Update: Had it for months and we still love it!
I have all hardwood floors and tile. I also have a few throw rugs, some thick, some thin. Simon does a perfect job on the floors, and has no problems navigating over the throw rugs (though he might turn up a corner, but he will run back over it and still get it clean). I don’t think your robot friend would work very well if you have a lot of or mostly carpet. If you have hardwood or mostly hardwood, you will love your new robot friend.
Simon mostly gets from room to room okay – the “up” entry points he cannot do on his own. For example, he cannot get over the hump into my kitchen, but he can get down the hump. He also cannot get over the hump to get in the bathrooms. This is actually fine for me, because I prefer to control when he goes into the kitchen anyway so that I can shake off the rugs and/or pick up the cat food and water bowls and any shoes or other things that might be on the floor. I just put a bar stool in his way to keep him from exiting the kitchen when it’s time for him to clean in the kitchen.
Simon will clean for about 3 or 3.5 hours. He does not have a “plan” so to speak, not like a person would say go from corner to the center of the room, but he is still very thorough, and obviously, his plan is way better than mine since my floors are so much cleaner than they ever were when I was in charge. My advice is to just trust the process and let your robot friend find his way around on his own! Just make sure that you pick up any cords, especially small cords like phone charging cords, and shoe laces or the like, so that he doesn’t accidentally grab onto something he shouldn’t. Simon also has sensors so that when he comes to a piece of furniture or a wall, he will slow down so as to gently bump it before he turns off into a new direction. I have also noticed that if he comes into contact with a chair or table leg, he will often go in a circle all the way around the leg to clean around it.
Once your robot friend is done doing your dirty work for you, he will go back home on his own. If your robot friend cannot find his way home, you may not have provided him enough space. Is that any way to treat your new best friend?? Make sure that he has several feet of clear space in front of his charging station, and that there are a few feet of clear space on the sides of the charging station as well. Also, make sure to empty out his dust bin after every use.
One of the fortunate side effects of having my new robot friend, is the “give a mouse a cookie” effect it seems to have had. Give a person a clean floor, and the person may say oh, it looks so clean in here, let me pick up this shirt and put it away. The person then notices that the bathroom trash can is full; since the floors look so nice, the bathroom should be clean, too *cleans bathroom*, and so on.
The only thing about my new robot friend, which isn’t enough to bother me at all, is that he is, well, he’s not super loud, but he’s not very quiet either. So, if you are watching tv, you may need to turn it up just a bit if you are running your robot friend while you’re at home. Well worth it for the service he provides, though.
Overall, I do recommend this little robot. I am very pleased with this purchase. If you’re in the market for a robot floor cleaning wizard, don’t hesitate to click that Buy Now button.
We have no pets, I have long hair, the other person occasionally cuts their hair using clippers in one room and our floors are mostly oak to pale, with one room in terracotta red tile, one room in dark grey lino and rugs – two of which are dark grey and dark brown.
It vacuums for about 1h 40m for us before turning off suction and making its random way home. In this time it covers about 95% of the floor area of the ground floor or basically all of the first floor in our two storey 3 bed home with small kitchen extension and conservatory. It has made it back to base every time, although in one case it took 17m and was looking decidedly tired. It will never vacuum within about a 1m radius of the docking station as it actively avoids this area unless trying to get home (so don’t put the docking station next to an area you want cleaning!). Most of the time it is in random mode, but will occasionally decide to follow an edge and clean that.
I would recommend it for daily cleaning of tiles, lino and laminate (including dry food crumbs but not wet/damp spillages or e.g. vegetable peelings) and for light vacuuming (‘whisking’) of carpets and rugs.
• This may not be for you if you are going to be in the house while it’s vacuuming and would find it irritating or frustrating watching it repeatedly move round randomly and never learn or if you want it to do the whole clean quickly – it wanders around randomly until the battery starts getting low then goes home and doesn’t learn.
• This is not for you if you expect it to be your only vacuum and you have carpet or steps.
Detail from us that are others might find useful (this is the longest most detailed review I have ever written but covers things I was wondering before purchasing this).
• It generally copes with most of our floor with no issue including joining strips between laminate/tile/lino/carpet at the same level.
• It has no issue with getting down minor level changes with or without joining strips.
• When going up, the ‘harder’ the level change the more restricted the angle it needs to be successful and so the more tries it usually needs to get up.
• It generally (3 times out of 4) gets up a join we have that involves a level change of 3/4cm with a 5cm wide joining strip that is pretty horizontal and has a 1/2cm gap between the edge of the joining strip and the lower floor. Once it appeared to get stuck on this while in its ‘go home’ behaviour pattern (see below for ‘go home’ behaviours).
• It usually (once in every 2 attempts) gets up a sharp step change we have in tile that is 1cm high.
• It occasionally (once in every 10 attempts) gets over a level change we have that is 1cm high with a joining strip that is 5cm wide at roughly 30 degrees.
• It has never fallen down the steps (but see steps section below).
We have 4 rugs.
• It will get on to the low flat grey and black heavy duty rug (woven textured top, rubberised back) although it will occasionally back away from it and it won’t pick much up. But our normal vacuum doesn't either so we generally shake it out the back door.
• It will get on our 2cm thick brown coconut fibre mat but won’t pick up much and there are bits of this rug in its collection box when we empty it. But our normal vacuum doesn’t either so we generally pick off any hair and shake it out – and when we shake this rug out we get far more loose fibres coming out than I find in the collection box.
• It will push around and fold up and climb on top of our white bathroom rug with short squashed down tassels and a partly rubberised back – it’s brushes get under the rug but then there is clearance for the rug to go under the cleaner so the rug ends up concertinaed around the front of it until it all gets too much and it mountain climbs over it. As the rug is normally hung on the side of the bath rather than on the floor we don’t mind this.
• We haven’t let it near our very long haired reindeer skin rug
Programming the schedule
This is quite easy once you know what’s happening but I needed to read the instructions carefully and they are not that clear, also see accessibility section below.
• You can only program something to happen daily – it doesn’t distinguish between days of the week.
• Make sure the vacuum is turned on (switch on the side)
• You need to tell it what time it is. Press the ‘clock face' button then use the up and down arrow keys to set the hour, then the left and right keys to change to minutes, then press the ‘clock face' button again. It’s a 12h format with am/pm so watch out for that.
• You need to tell it when to start vacuuming. Repeat the above step but press the button with the ‘Alarm bell' icon inside a circle in it instead of the ‘clock face’at the beginning an end. The vacuum will beep to let you know it’s got it.
• The remote control will now show two times – the current time and the vacuuming time.
If you turn off the vacuum cleaner using the switch on the side it will forget this programming when you turn it back on but confusingly the display on the remote won’t change. This is what the instructions say will happen, and is the way of getting rid of any schedule.
Whether you’re happy with this depends on your reaction to sounds. Doesn’t bother me, but the other person in the house prefers turning it off when working at home.
• The volume on hard flooring is about as loud as a hairdryer on a medium power setting and when on carpet as if the hairdryer is on a low setting.
• The suction noise is pretty constant.
• It makes some clunks as it goes over level changes and when it bumps into things (see ‘obstacles' below).
In principal it moves around quite rapidly, and keeps an eye out. If it sees anything it slows down and then stops just before hitting it. I’d say this works about 95% of the time and the rest of the time the bumper comes into play (it knows if it’s hit something with the bumper and the bumper is spring-loaded). Areas where it doesn’t stop before bumping things don’t seem random (ie it has the issue repeatedly) and are:
• Anything that is 1m away from its charging point in a straight line – the only time it will reverse any significant amount is when coming out of the docking station at the beginning of cleaning, and for this distance it can’t see behind it and the bumper is in the wrong place.
• Any furniture in the conservatory – not sure if this is because of brightness or heat or both.
• Plastic in matt silver grey when approaching at right angles (washing machine, bin, fridge).
• Very black polished marble edge (hearth).
• Dining chair legs – from certain approaches doesn’t seem to stop in time (but does slow down so knows there’s something there, just not exactly where).
• Black size 7 trainers – note these are light enough that even when it hits them the bumper doesn’t trigger so it pushes them around until they reach a wall and the bumper does trigger.
It doesn’t damage any of these obstacles, although it might if they were fragile.
We didn’t manage to make it suck up a cable. By itself it just pushed them out of the way. We could feed one under but they didn’t get sucked up or wrapped round the axle and after a time the random moves ended up with the vacuum wandering off and leaving the cable behind.
It reliably stops at the top of our stairs (medium pile light coffee colour carpet), but to us it isn’t worth risking it falling down the flight, hurting itself and potentially damaging the floor at the bottom. We tend to leave it in one upstairs room at a time and move it after 20 mins or so and just vacuum the landing with the old vacuum at the same time as we do the stairs. Any method we have thought of to ensure it will never fall off involve putting something physically across the top of the stairs which doesn’t seem sensible when we might forget to take it up and fall over it!
Loose laminate beading
Ahem… so we may have not got round to sticking the beading down around the edge of our living room’s laminate floor. When it cleans around the ‘external corner’ around the hearth (the bit you’d worry about a child falling over and damaging themselves on) it lifts the beading, pings it out of the recess its in and then pushes the beading around. It doesn’t do this in any of the rooms where the beading is stuck down.
None of this causes me issues and I’m not an expert but I couldn’t remember other reviews commenting specifically on these areas.
• Remote control buttons. The direction buttons are black, other buttons are medium blue and the images on the buttons are in white. Decent size buttons which are fine for thumbs.
• Remote control display. The time display is about 7mm tall. The alarm time display is about 6mm tall. The am/pm on both of these is about 1.5mm tall. The display is not back-lit, and has about as much contrast as a typical calculator.
• Emptying the vacuum. You can open the vacuum to access the collection box with one finger by pressing the lid on the top. You can lift the box out with one finger using the plastic handle but it feels more secure using two hands. Opening the box is much easier with two hands than one. You’d have to be a lot more dexterous than me to remove the filters with one hand (you need to remove the main L-shaped filter to empty It). Emptying it can be done with one hand but is easier with two. Cleaning the filters is much easier with two hands (one to hold the filter, one to use the brush). Reassembling the collection box can be done with one hand as can putting it back in the vacuum and closing it up. It’s helpful to have a surface near your bin to put things down on while doing this. It is possible to put things back together wrongly or put the box back in the vacuum the wrong way round but if you do either the box won’t fit in the vacuum or the lid won’t close. A careless type could break it by trying to force it rather than fixing it.
• Noise. Both in vacuuming mode and getting home mode it makes enough noise so you shouldn’t accidentally stand on it unless you have the TV or music on at a level that covers the noise up or are hard of hearing.
• Vacuum colour contrast. It is shiny white with highly contrasting good size black sections on the side and on top. There are small blue LED lights on the top but these aren’t always on.
• Speed. It doesn’t travel too fast, but someone who’s wobbly on their pins would need to be careful of it.
• Getting in the way. If it bumps into you/your foot it will take a few moments to get out of the way, and because it’s random, it might be up to about 30 seconds in a normal worst case unless it’s trying to get home (see below) or is in one of its edge clean moments (it will go in circles around the obstacle for a bit until it decides to change back to random) when it could take a lot longer. It feels very odd if it bumps into your toes (but doesn’t hurt).
• We have not had to connect it to the internet. It doesn’t seem to have it’s own built in internet (if it does its not always on). So in our opinion the risk of it sucking up data about us and beaming it back to the manufacturers for onward sale is acceptably low.
You can rotate it with the left and right buttons on the remote (it rotates a specific amount, not just for how long you hold the buttons down for) and also tell it to move in its forward direction with the up arrow. This does work but can be frustrating as it carries on doing it’s thing while you’re doing this. You can tell it to rotate right, but it might immediately decide to rotate right again. And when it does make a random decision it feels like it stops listening for instructions from the remote for maybe half a second.
Spot clean and edge clean seem to work but not relevant if you just stick it on while you’re out. But could be handy in some circumstances.
Get home behaviour
Understanding the ‘get home' behaviour seems key to whether it will be able to get home!
It vacuums randomly until it thinks it’s battery is getting too low. Then it turns off suction and carries moving. This seems less random and is basically a mix of random/edge following (more edge following than normal) with occasional long straight line moves if it hasn’t found home yet. Once it gets into a zone that’s within about 4m of the docking station and is within 45 degrees of directly in front of it and is pointing it’s sensors in the right direction it suddenly changes what it’s doing! It slows down, and moves towards a point that is directly in front of the docking station. It then straightens up and moves slowly towards it. When it reaches it it gives a happy beep and goes to sleep. Points we have noticed:
• If the docking station is positioned so it’s unlikely to come within 4m while pointing at it (ie in a corridor pointing towards the nearest wall) this reduces the chance of it finding home before it runs out of power.
• If there is an obstacle in its way once it’s doing the last approach it will back off and try again, but it will keep doing exactly the same thing - this isn’t random any more – so if it didn’t work the first time, it’s not going to work. Our example is a dining chair that had been pushed back so the leg was directly in the way.
• If you have a level change on the final approach it has to approach from an angle to get over it it’s gonna just sit there beached on the level change trying to slowly approach the station – none of its sensors are going to tell it anything is wrong and it doesn’t seem to realise it isn't getting closer so won’t back off and make another random move (which it would do in normal cleaning mode).
• If it is under a dining table when it gets tired it can spend a long time trying to get out as the ‘get home’ behaviours don’t seem very effective at getting it out from under a table with 4 times 6 chair legs.
For info, after trialling various locations the docking station is currently under an 80cm wide cupboard next to a pair of weighing scales with a clear space of 3m in front of it (this space is a corridor) and the vacuum gets home reliably. It does mean we have to get it out to empty it though.
Couple of snags with this all cables and floors must be tidy before setting the vac off and any 'black furnishings' (our dining table and chairs) must be arranged in such a way they cannot 'trap' ths vacuum in a small place (it cant see black). But actually this works well. I have a 5 min tidy round before work leave all ground floor doors open and put kids toys away and sort dining room furniture Means I now come home to a clean tidy house. Which makes a huge difference to our home life.
+encourages tidy house which is nice to come home to.
+way less dust and muck on floor.
+really effective on laminate.
+finds charger 90% of time.
-slightly less effective on carpet (still enough)
-cant just 'stick it on' as it'll get stuck on cables or behind dark furnature.
-misses corners of rooms more often than not.
-better set off when out as not always quick or very quiet (noise not bad though).
For the price cant fault it though.
She automatically turns on every morning and goes until she gets low on battery. She then docks herself to charge. The first few runs, we had to empty the container every 20 minutes, but now. It can hold a day's worth pretty easily.
Keep it away from thinner (charging) cords! It really messed up a brush the first week we had her.
(The photo is her next to what she got over about 3 days)
Note: Definitely more effective on hardwood than carpet. She does get dust and dirt out of carpet, but she leaves bigger debris like strings and fuzz