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LG Hom-Bot Square Robotic Vacuum quietly cleans every corner of your home (VR65502LV)
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- Contoured corners and longer side brushes to reach dust in corners
- Revolutionary Dual Eye 2.0 mapping system that learns your home's layout for a precise clean
- Identifies objects to avoid; less bumping into furniture and household items
- Automatically adjusts to all floor types including carpets, hardwoods, ceramic tile, stone and more
- 7 cleaning modes
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LG Hom-Bot Square Robotic Vacuum
With square corners like the ones in your home and Dual Eye 2.0 camera that precisely maps your floors, the LG Hom-Bot adds a whole new dimension to automated vacuuming.
- Type : Robotic Vacuum Cleaner.
- Dust Collection : Bagless.
- Cleaning Time : 100 minutes.
- Recognized for its unique, innovative design in Forbes Magazine as 'the iPad of robotic vacuums'.
No More Cutting Corners
Hard-to-reach places aren't so hard to reach with Hom-Bot.
You can't fit a round robot in a square corner, so the Hom-Bot has contoured corners and longer side brushes to reach dust where it hides.
This Square Goes Around
Advanced navigation system maps your home's layout.
The LG Hom-Bot features the revolutionary Dual Eye 2.0 mapping system, which learns your home's layout for a precise clean.
Bumping Just Got Bumped
Collision-safe digital bumper keeps Hom-Bot moving.
The Hom-Bot learns where to go and identifies objects it needs to avoid, so less bumping into furniture and household items.
From Smart To Finish
Get the job done with smart cleaning modes.
The LG Hom-Bot lets you select between seven different custom cleaning modes, each uniquely suited to different tasks.
Unfill ‘er up
Hom-Bot is easy to empty and clean.LG Hom-Bot makes disposing of dirt a snap.
When the dust bin is full, removing it and putting it back is tidy and quick, so the LG Hom-Bot can get back to business in no time.
The LG Hom-Bot is the quiet way to clean floors.
Gone are the days when vacuuming drowns out the TV and stirs household pets into a frenzy. The LG Hom-Bot, operates so quietly, it barely gets noticed.
Been There. Done That
Hom-Bot gets right back on track automatically.
If cleaning is interrupted or if the Hom-Bot is moved to a new area, its Auto-Resume allows it to continue cleaning where it left off.
At Your Surface
Vacuum that Sweeps too.
Hom-Bot sweeps and vacuums for versatile cleaning needs.The Hom-Bot is ready for anything.
Not all floors are cleaned the same way, so the Hom-Bot has been designed to work with carpets, hardwoods, ceramic tile, stone and more.
On Your Own Time
Clean on your schedule.
Schedule cleaning for when it's most convenient for you.
|LG Hom-Bot Square Robotic Vacuum with Mop VR65704LVM||LG Hom-Bot Square Robotic Vacuum VR65502LV|
|Cleaning Mode||7 types: zigzag, cell by cell, spiral, my space, turbo, smart turbo and repeat||7 types: zigzag, cell by cell, spiral, my space, turbo, smart turbo and repeat|
|Noise level||60dB Normal 68dB Turbo||60dB Normal 68dB Turbo|
|Running time||100 minutes||100 minutes|
|Charging time||3 hours||3 hours|
|Extra side brush||2||No|
|Dust bin capacity||20.29 fl oz / 1.27 pt||20.29 fl oz / 1.27 pt|
Simply and effectively clean with the LG hom-bot with dual eye 2.0 and square design. This robotic vacuum does all the dirty work so you don't have to.
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|Item Dimensions||13.4 x 13.4 x 3.5 in||13 x 13 x 3.1 in||13.4 x 13.4 x 3.5 in||9.06 x 9.44 x 4.72 in||12 x 12 x 2.5 in||13.2 x 12.7 x 3.9 in|
|Item Weight||6.6 lbs||6.7 lbs||6.6 lbs||5.38 lbs||5.8 lbs||16.8 lbs|
|Runtime||100 minutes||—||100 minutes||75 minutes||150 minutes||120 minutes|
|Additional Features||7 cleaning modes||smartphone control||7 cleaning modes||—||Automatic charging and daily scheduling||Wifi enabled|
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Out of the box, the sleek metallic red finish is eye catching and the shape is a pleasing rounded square. It is about the size and height of my Roomba 880 and 560. (See photo 1.) The base is larger with spongier feet to help hold it and limit robot re-docking misses. It plays “Happy Birthday” when you first plug it in, and if you do something you’re not supposed to, like not turn on the main switch when charging, it gives a firm “You’re doing it wrong” and tells you what to do. (Okay, it doesn’t say that, but it sounds like it is.)
I charged it for a full day before first use and then put it through its paces. The start was less than auspicious. I put it in the recommended zigzag mode, figuring it would stick to moving back and forth in just the one room using its sensing technology, but in just a few minutes, it wandered off to the powder room and closed the door on itself. Unlike the Roomba, which you can coax by blocking its movement and kicking the sensor plate, the LG insists on going where it wants to, once it thinks there should be an open space there. I finally did manage to wrangle it back into the main room, but it took a while. Five minutes after that, I heard my first error message which was “Clean the foreign objects from the rollers.” The LG ‘bot was firmly entangled in the fringe of the area rug in the next room over. After I untangled it, I decided this would be a good opportunity to test its home finding abilities, and I pushed the home sensor. LG says that this thing “remembers” its starting point and can go to it with less searching, but in practice, that is wishful thinking. In fact, the LG wandered around the music room and smashed into me multiple times. I finally had to pick it up and move to directly in front of its base and try again for it to finally find home and dock up.
A couple of features that I do like are the low power suction on hard floors, which is enough to get up the dirt but much quieter than other vacuums and robots. Then, when it hits carpeting, it boosts the power to get dirt off the rug or carpet. It seems like it would be taxing on the battery, but it worked well and was quiet enough that I could potentially see even running this at night. I also like the way the unit backs up when it bashes into something so that it can calmly and carefully look for a way around the object. When it does this while in zigzag mode, the display is constantly blinking, making it look almost sentient. The side brushes go nearly vertical when the unit is picked up, which means they have superior cleaning force on floors and walls as they go by. The home finding feature has not been great, but assuming that it will eventually learn the layout, I think that is potentially one of its best features. It also comes with a couple of different cleaning modes, from the wide and general zigzag, to cell-by-cell cleaning, to spot cleaning. You can use the remote to control it from your “cleaning command center” (reclining chair), and even program specific areas to stay within. (This is a valuable feature, since there’s no electronic way to contain the robot – keep reading.) With this many positives, you would think this would be an easy sell, but unfortunately, the negatives stack up quickly as well.
First off, there are no “virtual walls” or electronic barriers to limit the cleaning area. I have a large ranch-style house that is about 3,000 square feet on one level. With no way to contain the robot, there is no way for me to tell what is cleaned, what is missed, how far the robot got, how it handled obstacles in different rooms, etc. etc. without actually watching the thing work the whole time. As already mentioned, this doesn’t have a sensing plate for objects and while it does slow down for walls and larger objects, it steams headlong and hard into everything else. Thankfully, its mapping technology limits this after the first few runs, but as it is learning the layout, it’s like a linebacker at two-a-day summer camp. When the robotic cleaning is done, then it’s time for the human cleaning, and this unit comes with not one, but two types of cleaning brushes. (See photo 2, which is taken above the dustbin handle – the whole bin removes for cleaning.) The manual suggests (!) the use of scissors to clean entangled hair and debris from the brushes. The deal breaker for me, though, is, it recommends using a vacuum cleaner to clean the dust box filters. Really? If I wanted to vacuum, what would I have gotten the robot for in the first place?
If you have a smallish place with small well enclosed rooms and you prefer cleaning brushes and filters over vacuuming, this could be a really good choice for you, especially if the rooms of your abode are of one specific floor type or another. For larger places with tougher cleaning demands, most will find the LG lacking. I thought it was remarkably similar to my older Roomba 560, which required lots of cleaning, frequently became entangled in things, and was not nearly as efficient and as easy to maintain as my current Roomba 880. All in all, this LG ‘bot exhibits tons of potential, and I’m sure as the technology improves and they do more thorough testing and development, this will be one of the better robotic vacuums in the market place. As it is at the moment, however, it’s more like an untested beta version, making it an average three star robotic cleaner.
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