Interesting robotic vacuum Ultenic D7 Pro coming soon


D7 Pro

Robotic vacuum cleaners are already ruling with iron fist in many households around the globe. After all it’s really quite comfortable to leave all the cleaning duties to your robotic gadget. The advanced ones will take care of both dust collection and mopping, so your floors and carpets are top notch. And there will be very soon yet another very interesting model coming to the market. New Ultenic D7 Pro, as the successor to the D7, will be bringing quite some specs with it too.

Ultenic D7 Pro is once again a 2-in-1 vacuum and mop combo product, but this time coming with an extra twist. Because the robotic cleaner also comes with a big station not just for charging. It can also store 3.75 liters of dust, so you can go for estimated 60 days without any maintenance whatsoever. And when necessity arrives, then the one-piece dust bag is easy to throw out. Automatically emptying the dust bin of the robot is really quite a big benefit.

And the actual robotic sweeper is brimming with features too. For starters it’s very slim with 7.15cm height, so it will easily fit under the furniture. And the maximum 4000Pa suction power can deal with more or less anything. With eight infrared sensors and high precision ST inertial sensor it can navigate your home with ease and even climb some small obstacles. All of that with advanced app controls and even voice controls through Alexa or Google platforms. And the built-in 2600 mAh battery should be good for roughly two and half hours of cleaning.

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Ultenic D7 and D7 Pro will be launched through the Indiegogo platform and the prices will start from $239.99. Such an interesting model of 2-in-1 robotic cleaner with a dust collector certainly deserves the attention. You can find more information about it on their official website too.

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