Dyson 360 Heurist Robot Vacuum Cleans Different Rooms in Different Ways
Dyson’s latest robot vacuum cleaner 360 Heurist is the upgraded version of its 2016 360 Eye robot. This new device comes integrated with advanced features, like 20% extra suction power compared to its predecessor.
It uses Dyson digital motor V2and has a fine filter to capture particles less than 0.3 microns and allergens. The best thing about this robot cleaner is that it manages to clean different rooms in your house in different ways. For instance, you can lift its brush bar to clean a room with big rug. The brush bar expands to the entire width of the robot for better edge-to-edge cleaning. It also boasts around 7,000 bristles for quicker cleaning.
All thanks to the integrated eight sensors, this the robot knows exactly where it is in a room for easier navigation. It comes embedded with an advanced navigation system, dubbed SLAM (Simultaneous Localisation and Mapping) to help the robot store room maps for long term usage and to aggregate them. It even boasts a 360-degree night vision to help you clean the house in low-light conditions, which means your house can be cleaned even at night.
It also boasts three power modes to enable uses to change its power levels as per the type of cleaning they want. For instance, Quiet mode is ideal for longer run time with gentle cleaning. On the other hand, High mode and Max mode offers shorter and faster cleaning. But with faster cleaning, it also means that the device would require recharge more quickly.
The device can be connected to your smartphone via Dyson Link app through Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Using the smartphone app, you can easily schedule and control this vacuum cleaner, as well as make certain zones or name rooms on the map for convenient cleaning.
While Dyson 360 Heurist Robot was previously sold only in China, it’s now available for purchase in the UK, Canada, and other European countries for $1,200.