Cleaning is one time-consuming household task that you simply can not do away with. It is also among those you have to do often if you have kids or furry animals around. Good thing the Pure Clean automatic robot vacuum cleaner is here to reduce your cleaning tasks by taking on the duty of sweeping and vacuuming your floors with only one-touch of a button. But how well does it hold up to its promise?
Read on and find out!
Features of the Pure Clean Automatic Robot Vacuum
- Is a low-lying cleaner with dual spinning side brushes to lift debris from hardwood, linoleum, tile, stone, or even carpet floors
- Features a one-button operation, an auto-start activation, an obstacle-detection technology, and advanced programming that keep it from getting stuck and allow it to climb obstacles
- Has three cleaning pattern modes: auto or random, spiral, and edge.
- Can be operated through a single button
- Is fitted with anti-fall sensors and protective bumper housing
- Replete with a HEPA filter that keeps the air pure and traps fine dust particles in, as well as a ‘bag-less’ dust collection bin for quick disposal
- Has a dust bin capacity of 0.2L and a run-time of 55 minutes on a four-hour charge
- Measures 11 x 11 x 2.9 inches
- Weighs 3.53 pounds
- Comes with a rechargeable battery, charger, a pair of side brushes, and a washable dust filter
- Being only 2.9 inches in height, it can access hard to reach places such as areas under the bed or couch.
- With its anti-fall sensors, you don’t have to worry about it suffering damage from falls.
- For an entry-level robotic device, it does a good job of removing dust, dander, fur, and small objects from the floor.
- It alerts you with a beep when it gets stuck.
- Because it’s a one-button operation robot cleaner, it’s easy to use.
- Its filter is also washable, so you spend and produce fewer wastes.
- It comes at a reasonable price.
- At work, the Pure Clean automatic robot vacuum can be noisy but not as loud as a regular vacuum cleaner. You can still watch TV though while it’s on.
- It doesn’t have as much suction power as that of a vacuum cleaner so it will only pick up visible objects, which is enough when working on non-carpeted surfaces but not adequate on carpeted floors.
- You may need to move thick rugs and keep away cords on the floors for a smooth operation.
- The operation can be too simple and basic. It would have been great if you can have control over the navigation pattern or even a timed setting.
- The collection bin fills up quickly even though it’s far from being full.
- It needs some babysitting since it can get stuck in one room or on a thick carpet or rug.
- It doesn’t have a dock, so you need to look for it when it’s done or when its batteries are out.
Pure Clean Automatic Robot Vacuum Summary
A lightweight and compact housekeeping tool with a modern design. Because it’s only 2.9 inches tall, it gets to go under heavy furniture to collect dust bunnies and all other secret things lying underneath.
This robot cleaner is also engineered with anti-fall sensors and protective bumper housing, so it is safe from damages which could be incurred from falls and bumps. It also beeps when it gets stuck on a cord, a thick rug, etc.
There is definitely room for improvement on this product though. One of them is the small dust collection bin, which aside from getting full quickly without really maximizing the space, is just downright undersized. With this, you might need to dispose of the collected debris more often than you’d want to.
Another is the lack of control for a few settings, including time and navigation pattern. For a smart housekeeping tool, it’s somewhat disappointing to have none of these features. But it is—as advertised—a one-button operation robot cleaner.
The Pure Clean Automatic Robot Vacuum Cleaner performs exceptionally well in gathering dust and trash around the house. The secret is in the suction power it is equipped with. Unlike some robot cleaners, it doesn’t only use a sweeping stroke but also a suction power to manage dirt and dust.
This suction power though is not as great as what you can find in a vacuum cleaner, so it’s somewhat limited with what it can take on. Still, for an entry-level robot cleaner, it cleans the place pretty well.
The suction power though comes at a cost—noise. While it’s not as loud as that of a regular vacuum cleaner, it’s still loud enough to wake up light sleepers in the room.
Price: For what this robot cleaner can do, its price is a steal. There are some more expensive robot vacuum cleaners out there that under perform compared to this keeper.
The Ecovacs Deebot N79 Robotic Vacuum Cleaner makes a strong case against our product in review. Its three-tier cleaning system—sweep, vacuum, and brush roll, makes it effective in cleaning surfaces.
To top it off, its remote control feature through a smartphone app makes it truly a smart robotic vacuum cleaner. And while it shares an anti-fall sensor feature with PureClean, it goes another step higher with its anti-collision component. Plus, this one comes with a dock for charging.
So, what might probably dissuade you to get this one? The price. It’s more than double the cost of the Pure Clean Automatic Robot Vacuum.
The Pure Clean Automatic Robot Vacuum is upgraded and is a trusty entry-level robot cleaner. It’s great to have around for light cleaning duties. It sweeps and vacuums dust, dander, and small debris efficiently.
But as a smart housekeeping tool, it’s a bit wanting in the intelligent feature department. There’s no way that you can have it perform automatic cleaning based on a pre-set schedule. And you can’t have control over the type of cleaning you want.
Still, for the price you’re paying for this robot vacuum cleaner and the luxury of it handling light cleaning tasks effectively for you, it’s a good buy.