ILIFE V8s Robot Mop Vacuum Cleaner: Review

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When it comes to robotic vacuums, we are interested in the ones that have the capability to clean up pet hair, and of course general mess.

One of these models is the ILIFE V8s Robotic Vacuum Mop Cleaner, which is a 2 in 1 robo vac and mop cleaner for hard floors and low pile carpets.

In this ILIFE V8s Robotic Vacuum Mop Cleaner Review, we look at the main features and potential drawbacks to this robotic vacuum so you can get a good idea or not whether it’s worth your money.

Let’s take a better look at it!

(NOTE: this is a general information guide only, and is not professional advice, or a substitute for professional advice. A qualified vet or animal expert is the only person qualified to give you expert advice in regards to your pet/s)

 

ILIFE V8s Robot Mop Vacuum Cleaner: Review

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ILIFE V8s Robot Mop Vacuum Cleaner (on Amazon)

 

ILIFE V8s Robot Mop Vacuum Cleaner: Review

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Features

  • A robo vac with both wet mop and dry sweeping/vacuuming capability
  • Has buttons on the vac and an LCD screen you can use to program the vac
  • Has a 750mL dustbin and 0.3 water tank
  • Has an extra large microfiber cloth that removes stains and dirt and won’t damage the floor.
  • Has Advanced i-dropping technology that makes mopping more efficient and reliable. With i-dropping tech, the water tank sprinkles the floor only when V8s is moving, minimizing water consumption for a thorough wet clean. To prevent mechanical overload and floor damage, the water tank stops dispensing water as the robot stops at a spot for mopping. 
  • Has tangle free brushes
  • Has 4 cleaning modes – edge cleaning mode, max cleaning mode (for extra power), spot cleaning mode, auto cleaning mode
  • Can also be scheduled to clean at certain times
  • Also has side brushes to clean walls and edges
  • Can clean up pet hair, and regular dirt/debris
  • For hard floors, and low pile carpets
  • Has a rechargeable battery – with up to 110-120 minutes of battery life
  • Charging time is 200-350 min
  • Is a self charging vacuum 
  • Has a dust container/is a bagless vac
  • Can also clean automatically with the touch of a button
  • Has a low profile design to fit under furniture 
  • Has smart sensors to detect objects, and has anti drop off sensors
  • Comes with a remote control that also allows you to control cleaning
  • Has a 1 year limited warranty

Drawbacks

  • Not for medium to high pile carpets
  • The vacuum container is quite small
  • Not for large areas – more for small to medium sized rooms
  • Not a heavy duty vac – if you want heavy duty, get an upright vac
  • Not a heavy duty wet mop – is only a spot mop – if you want heavy duty, get an upright floor cleaner
  • More for light duty cleaning
  • For low volume, and thinner pet hair – not for high volumes of thick pet hair
  • Can control by a remote, but not by an app, and is not Smart Home Connected
  • Doesn’t have the features that some of the iRobot Roomba models have

Overall

  • As far as robotic vacuums go, the V8s Pro is OK. If you want a light duty vac with different cleaning modes, a wet mop option, and scheduled cleaning, it’s worth you checking it out. Make sure you are aware of the warranty conditions and return policy before you buy to protect your investment. The iRobot Roomba 690, 890, and 960 and 980 models are worth a look if you want some of the most advanced robotic vacs on the market (but be aware they don’t have mopping capability).

View the ILIFE V8s Robot Mop Vacuum Cleaner on Amazon

 

ILIFE V8s Robot Mop Vacuum Cleaner: Buyer’s Guide

Who Might The ILIFE V8s Be For?

Those looking for a:

  • Robotic vac for pet hair
  • Robotic spot mop
  • Robotic vac/mop for hardwood and low pile carpets

 

Who Might The ILIFE V8s NOT Be For?

Those looking for a:

  • Heavy duty vac
  • Robotic vac that is App connected and Smart Home connected
  • Vac for medium to high pile carpets

 

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