What is the build quality of a robot vacuum cleaner?
|Exhaust filter||Keep the exhaust air of the robot vacuum cleaner clean and ensure that the dust particles remain in the robot.|
|Battery technology||A Lithium-ion battery is a lot more durable than another type of battery.|
|Distance sensors||Let the robot know that there is an obstacle coming, so that it will not hit it hard.|
|Charging options||The more extensive the robot vacuum cleaner, the more extensive the charging options are.|
|Anti-jam function||If the robot vacuum cleaner gets stuck, with this function it will free itself to continue driving.|
|Thresholds||A robot vacuum cleaner that cannot drive over thresholds will hit this and damage the sensors.|
High-end build quality
You buy top class robot vacuum cleaners because you want to use them for years. These robotic vacuum cleaners last the longest because the risk of damage is smallest. A robot vacuum cleaner with top quality build quality therefore has at least 70% of the specifications from the table above. These robot vacuum cleaners are distinguished by sensors for obstacles, an anti-crash function and the charging options.
Mid-range build quality
The robotic vacuum cleaners with build quality middle class have at least 50% of the specifications from the table above. These robots, for example, do not automatically continue after charging, but do have different sensors and run across average thresholds.
Basic build quality
Robotic vacuum cleaners with build quality basic class have less than 50% of the specifications from the table above. For example, the robot vacuum cleaner fails where the battery runs out, the battery is a lot less durable and the robot does not contain any navigation methods. This is often reflected in the price. If the robot vacuum cleaner is an addition to the vacuum cleaner and especially to skip vacuuming, a basic class vacuum cleaner is sufficient for you.