Vacuum takes care of the chore for you – unsupervised.
One of my most hated chores as a child was vacuuming. Now that I’m an adult, I still don’t like it, but I recognize that it’s a necessary part of owning a home. This is the main reason that I’ve really enjoyed adopting robot vacuums to do the dirty work in our house. When we first started using the automated cleaning devices, they simply vacuumed. We had to manually empty dust bins and we still had to clean hard floor surfaces by mopping. Now, we have the NoMo N2 3-in-1 Robot Vacuum Cleaner by Neabot and it can do all the heavy lifting for us.
The NoMo N2 3-in-1 Robot Vacuum Cleaner has several advanced features including a 2.8L self-employing dustbin, LDS 8.0 LiDAR, LED display, 2700Pa suction, auto suction boost on the carpet, 3 suction levels, 250mL water tank, an iOS and Android compatible app, and support for Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. This device is designed so that the user does not have to get their hands dirty by emptying it. So, when the robot finishes its cleaning cycle, it will return to its charging base and automatically remove the dust and debris with the high-power dust collection function.
The oversized dust bag can hold 30 days of trash and you can just throw it away when it’s full. The vacuum has the most advanced LDS 8.0 LiDAR and features obstacle avoidance and 89% high cleaning efficiency. The vacuum also has anti-drop cliff sensors to keep it from falling off of stairs. In addition to the anti-drop cliff sensors, the vacuum also has advanced wall sensors and it can get as close as 1cm for a super close clean.
The electric water tank has multi-level precision water control for mopping. The device can sweep, vacuum, and mop at the same time. The NoMo N2 has a built-in electric mopping system that allows it to monitor and control the water level according to the dryness and wetness of the floor. The vacuum features 2700Pa Ultra Strong Suction power and can pick up dirt, pet hair, and even super fine dust. The app gives users the ability to schedule cleanings, manage maps, divide zones, set up no-go zones, choose the suction power, and select a specific language and voice for the vacuum.
One of the first things I noticed about the NoMo N2 Robot Vacuum was its packaging. The box is not a traditional retail package and is instead more like a shipping carton. The brown cardboard box has some of the details of the product listed on the outside of it and some outlined images of the vacuum. The vacuum is well-identified on the box, but it’s not very nice looking. When you open the outer carton, you will be greeted by a blue cardboard insert that is the quick start guide for the unit. The front-facing side of the cardboard only has the Neabot imprint on it, but when you flip it over, you will see the start-up instructions for the robot, which are very easy to follow.
This is actually the second Neabot robot vacuum I’ve set up and I have to say that the process is one of the easiest I’ve ever walked through. You unbox the elements of the robot – its charging stand, vacuum, and accessories – and remove any protective strips that might be in place. On some units, you may have to install the side brush, which is just a simple snap-on accessory, but mine was pre-installed. Once you have the parts of the vacuum out of the box, you are instructed to download the app. Since I have a previous Neabot vacuum in my home, I already had that app on my phone. You are then instructed to power the vacuum on and charge it.
The NoMo N2 had approximately 75% battery power out of the box so I decided to go ahead and run a cleaning cycle rather than let it charge up to full first. Before you start that cycle, you have to connect it to your home WiFi and the app, which is a painless process. The app directs you through the setup, which takes less than 5 minutes. Once the vacuum is connected you can start it cleaning immediately. On the first cleaning run, the robot will draft a map of your home and clean all the surface areas. I was incredibly impressed with the NoMo N2’s mapping procedure. The first thing it did was to mark off the borders of an area and then it would go back and zig-zag across the flooring to clean the area.
The vacuum was very efficient and in 53 minutes, the vacuum had completed its cleaning cycle and returned to its charging dock without incident. It was the first time I’d ever had a vacuum clean our house without getting stuck somewhere or without it getting confused about its charging dock’s placement. The vacuum did a great job sweeping up dirt, dust, and debris and when it was done with its journey, the dust bin was emptied into the dust collector within the base.
The NoMo N2 robot vacuum is the definition of high-efficiency, hands-free floor cleaning. This is honestly the robot vacuum I’ve wanted for years. I hate having to stop what I’m doing to attend to a stuck robot. I feel as though that defeats the purpose of the robot vacuum. It’s supposed to save you time and take care of one of your household chores, but if it sends you a warning from the connected app saying that it needs attention, you have to take time out of another task to take care of the device. The NoMo N2 has not given me that type of problem yet. If it got hung up, it was able to right itself and I didn’t have to attend to it once during its 53-minute cleaning session. I would recommend this to anyone who wants a robot vacuum. It’s the experience you want.
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