bObsweep PetHair Robotic Vacuum Cleaner and Mop, Rouge
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- Specially designed for cleaning up pet hair and paw prints
- Simultaneously sweeps, vacuums, mops, and UV sterilizes all types of floors
- 1-Liter dustbin is the largest in the industry
- HEPA filtration removes harmful allergens from the air
- Personalized cleaning schedule and automatic self-charging
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The pet that cleans after your pets!
Luxury Meets Utility
bObsweep PetHair is an elegant solution to the part of pet ownership we all like the least: the clean-up. Adopt a robotic pet who can sweep, vacuum, and mop—without any training! Bob’s sleek, practical design makes him a handsome and helpful cleaning companion.
5-in-1 Cleaning Technology
A whopping 7500 RPM TurboLift Motor pulls dust, dirt, debris, and hair from the deepest reaches of all carpet types.
Bob combines the power of a rotating, full-contact brush with a squeegee-style dust sweeper to clear a path through dust and hair.
Clip on Bob’s micro-fiber cloth and he will sweep and polish your floors simultaneously, surpassing the limits of a standard vacuum cleaner.
UV sterilizing and air purifying
A 400 NM Ultra-Violet lamp sterilizes the floor below, while a HEPA filter removes sub-micron particles from the air around you, including mold, dust mites, and viruses.
A Spring-Actuated Surface Automator adjusts Bob to match the level of any surface for maximum, continuous floor contact.
Lithium X-AMPlified Battery (2-Year Warranty)
Thanks to his high-capacity, quad cell lithium-ion battery, Bob works for over 1 hour and 15 minutes on a single charge.
Bob’s cavernous, 1000 ML dustbin is the largest in the industry. Its three-layer filtration system prevents small particles from escaping back into the air.
You can control Bob’s every movement and function, from his cleaning speeds to his cleaning modes, with his fully functional infrared remote.
- Side brush sweeps along walls, corners, and other hard-to-reach places.
- Edge sensors detect edges and drops, including stairs and platforms.
- Infrared sensors perceive and avoid objects along Bob’s cleaning path.
- High-sensitivity dirt sensors alert CPU to focus on a soiled area.
- RoHS Compatible: no materials harmful to humans, animals, or the environment were used in any component.
- OBD-R (On Board Diagnostics Robotic): self-checks all components for proper functionality and reports potential errors.
- Automatic charging: returns to charging station when battery falls below 15%.
- Large, interactive 5x3 inch LCD screen.
- bObsweep PetHair
- Charging Station and Charging Adapter (110V/240V compatible).
- X-AMPlified Lithium-Ion 2200 mAh Battery (installed).
- Remote Control.
- Mop Attachment and Micro-Fiber Mopping Cloths x 2.
- Side Brushes x 2.
- Additional Blue Main Brush.
- Additional HEPA Filters x 2.
- Blindfold and Bumper Stickers.
- Maintenance Tools (screws and Phillips head screwdriver).
- Cleaning Tool.
- Owner’s Manual and Quick Start Guide.
- Warranty Card.
3 Different cleaning modes
In Bob’s three cleaning modes, he will navigate through a room using sophisticated Waffle TrackTM, Wall TrackTM, and Spiral TrackTM technologies.
Robot / Auto Pilot: automatically maneuvers across all surfaces for a thorough clean; docks to charging station when battery falls below 15%.
Quick Clean: automatically maneuvers across a medium-sized area for a quick and efficient clean; goes on standby mode after 30 minutes.
Touch Up: automatically maneuvers across a small area for a speedy touch up; goes on standby mode after 15 minutes.
Sealed with care
Here at bObsweep, we want to ensure that your purchase of Bob remains among the best decisions you have ever made. It is therefore our priority to provide you with exemplary service and support.
Once you purchase Bob from an authorized retailer, you are entitled to a 30-day money back guarantee, 1-year warranty, 5-year subsidized repair, and unlimited lifetime after-sale support.
Receive a genuine bObsweep that is unused, unmodified and sealed with care by avoiding third-party, unauthorized retailers.
Cats and dogs can live together happily thanks to bObsweep PetHair, the friendly robotic vacuum who sweeps up your pets' discarded dander. He features the most spacious dustbin in the industry at a liter large and a mop that can clean laminates and tiles. When he finds a paw print that refuses to come off the floor, Bob increases his vacuum and brushing power until the spot is wiped clear off the map. He journeys across hardwood, tile, and carpet while eliminating bacteria with his trusty UV light to give your floors a clean smile.
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|Sold By||Available from these sellers||ECOVACS ROBOTICS||Avalon Direct||Amazon.com||Amazon.com||Nevada Flash Sales|
|Item Dimensions||13.78 x 13.78 x 3.94 in||13 x 13 x 3.1 in||11.8 x 11.8 x 3 in||13 x 13 x 3.6 in||11.8 x 11.8 x 3 in||13.78 x 13.78 x 3.94 in|
|Item Weight||7.7 lbs||6.7 lbs||4.9 lbs||7.8 lbs||4.5 lbs||7.7 lbs|
|Runtime||60 minutes||—||—||60 minutes||—||60 minutes|
|Additional Features||Automatic self-charging||smartphone control||Mopping, Pet hair care||Powerful performance, Thorough coverage, 60 min runtime, Wi-Fi connected||cordless||HEPA filter and Automatic self-charging|
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I have wanted a robotic vacuum for a long time, so I was excited last year when I saw a deal on Groupon for a robotic vacuum called Bobsweep. I hadn't heard of the company and had always planned on getting a Roomba, but the price was right and the reviews seemed decent. I have no had my Bobsweep for about a year and it has caused more stress than relief. I had to send it in for repairs after only a few months and it came back working better, but shortly all of its flaws became apparent again.
Why I bought a Bobsweep Pethair:
1. Larger dustbin- I thought this would increase its convenience as I don't have to empty the dustbin as often. I think the large dustbin may contribute to its other flaws, however.
2. Mop attachment - I thought this would be great for my hardwood floors, but the mop attachment cannot go over any kind of obstacle, making it pretty much useless. When the mop attachment is on, the Bob gets stuck on transitions between rooms and gives an error signal almost immediately.
3. UV Light to kill bacteria - the light is on and it seems to work.
4. Both side and under-brushes - these seem to work as advertised
5. Pethair model - is supposed to handle pet hair and more readily detect and avoid pets and small children - I don't know how well the normal model's sensors work, but Pethair model has no problem chasing down my daughter and easily gets bogged down with human hair.
Why I dislike my Bobsweep Pethair:
1. Bottom sensors cannot detect dark spots - The first thing I noticed was that the Bob would give me an error message whenever it tried to vacuum our area rug. I tried to figure this out for weeks and finally realized that it was because dark spots on the area rug made it think that it was going over an edge and try to turn around. Unfortunately, because my rug has a pattern it confused the Bob and it couldn't handle it. Bob comes with blindfold stickers that blindfold these sensors, making them useless but making it so that he'll go over darker colored areas of your floor/carpet.
2. Bob can't find his way home - I can have Bob run out of battery life within 15 feet of his docking station and start looking for home and it won't find the docking station. At first I thought it might just need to learn my home and was smart enough to figure things out, but this is not the case. I have had him for nearly a year and sent him in for warranty repairs once. In more than 300 days of cleaning, he has made it back to his docking station on his own two times. Even when set immediately in front of the docking station, and within ten feet of it, he will often approach it and then turn around still searching for his home.
3. Bob can't get over the hump - we have small wooden transitions between some of our rooms. These are tiny, maybe 1 cm off the ground. Bob struggles immensely to get past these and often gets stuck.
4. Bob can't transition - We have mostly hardwood floors with some runners and area rugs throughout the house. Bob does fine on the hardwood floors and helps eliminate dust and dirt in areas we just don't clean that often. However, he can't get over the lip of my rugs half of the time. Because he works in different patterns, he will often waste all of his battery life attempting to get from the hardwood floor onto a simple carpet. Then, once he gets onto the carpet his battery life drains 10x as fast as on the hardwood. I have purposefully set Bob, fully charged on the carpets because they needed the most cleaning. He will often run out of battery life within 5 minutes when I do this and almost never finishes cleaning a single area rug.
5. Bob wanders aimlessly - I understand that robotic vacuums work on algorithms and do not take the normal course I would while vacuuming. Bob, however, seems to wander completely aimlessly. Some days he'll stay in the same room all day and never leave, cleaning the same corner over and over again. I know that he supposedly has sensors that let him know that an area is dirtier and he may stay on that area longer if needed, but often times he just wants to clean a very clean area of my house a lot. He never seems to make it back to his home base and just goes to the strangest places where he decides to spend all of his battery life before running out and trying to dock, despite his eternal struggle to find his home.
6. Bob is loud - At first, I thought I might have Bob run downstairs while I slept. Nope, way too loud. And he gets louder the longer I have him. With each passing day he seems to have less suction and more noise. I have run all the diagnostics and he's passed. I've sent him in for repairs and he returns with the same problems. I can only assume this is how he's supposed to work. It's not very effective.
Finally, I don't hate everything about Bob. I just really really wish that he worked like he was supposed to. Things I like:
1. It does cleaning that we often don't find the time for.
2. It has a large dustbin.
3. It has a fun name.
Our friends with a Roomba say that the Roomba always returns to its dock. I've listened to it, it is much quieter. It seems to know where it's going and to find its way home. I've watched it easily get onto an area rug and off. It's battery seems to last. Bob? He gets lost a lot. He gets stuck a lot. He never finds his way home. And he's pretty loud. Every day he runs it stresses my wife out. He was supposed to make life easier, instead on a weekly basis I'm checking error codes and running diagnostics that tell me everything is okay. Watching Bob work, I see why a robotic vacuum can be so helpful. Owning Bob has made me want a Roomba even more. Anybody want my Bob? Maybe I can get some of my investment back and start saving up for a decent robotic vacuum...
I decided to take the plunge with Bobsweep (aka “Bob”) in June 2016
I hate cleaning so I can’t overstate how much of a revelation he is. On a first pass of a "clean" floor the pan was jam-packed with dog hair. What he didn't get on the first pass is blown away from the wall so it can be caught later within the same cycle. Hard floors are kept clean with mop attachment, which grabs rogue hairs and catches dirt. The key with this attachment is to lightly dampen it, rather than fully soaking it before use, otherwise the wheels will spin. I just spray it with a general household cleaner (Lysol, Simple Green, etc) and that does the job.
My vacuum only comes out for a particularly shaggy rug, otherwise it sits lonely and unused in the closet.
I imagine with any robo vacuum there is a learning curve of observing how the unit works. With Bob it was a very quick learning process, and the device is simple and easy to use. Any robo-vacuum will get stuck or jammed if obstructions are not addressed. So if it does get stuck, it’s likely due to the user not moving cables or blocking obstacles, etc. Once you create a space that prevents roadblocks, he’s unstoppable! For Bob I use a well placed chair or similar to block areas with cables or high thresh-holds etc. I also put "shims" under low furniture to give Bob enough clearance.
Our family became instant fans of Bob, and now my in-laws, brother, and neighbor each have units of their own. We got our second Bob in Feb 2017 so we can have 2 going at once, I havent tried to put them in the same room for a robot battle ... yet. We cycle them around the house. We pull out a mop once every 6 months for a deep clean.
Additionally, their customer service is incredible. When I experienced issues with my first Bob I began a customer service dialogue with Ricky@Bobsweep in august 2016. Ricky has been my personal customer service rep. to this day - no ref #s and no extension #s to remember, just email Ricky! Any issues, I drop Ricky a line. He checks in and does follow up after repairs and responds fast ( I prefer emailing vs phone, I havent tried calling but can only imagine the phone service is just as good) For a nominal fee they even replaced one of my Bob units when the motherboard board went out, even though the units warranty had expired. PLUS they refunded the cost of previous parts I had recently ordered for that unit. Whoa. I was stunned that a company would do this. Bobsweep’s customer service is the absolutely the best Ive ever experienced. Closest customer service Ive gotten at this level is from Patagonia or LL Bean - they dont make vacuums.
A friend has a Roomba vacuum that has more "bells and whistles" and a hefty price tag, which I briefly considered but ultimately they both do the same job - suck up dirt! For my money Bob outshines his Roomba. The service is a huge seller for me, they are committed to the product. Know that every brand vacuum will eventually breakdown, especially when its running almost daily, pick the company that will standby their product get it back up and running fast! I rarely write amazon reviews, as you will see from my profile, but wanted to share my amazing experience. I love you Bob
Most recent customer reviews
This is a great product. I simply turn it loose in the house and it sweeps and mops for you.Read more