Pure Clean PUCRC25 vs PUCRC26B vs PUCRC50 vs PUCRC90 vs PUCRC95 vs PUCRC96B vs PUCRC15: Comparison Guide

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Pure Clean have different models in their robotic vacuum range.

We take an interest in them, because they have a capacity to help clean up low volumes of pet hair in the house as well as general mess of course.

We’ve put together Pure Clean Robotic Vacuum Comparison Guide outlining the differences and similarities of their different models.

You should be able to get a quick idea of which one is best for you based on your needs.

Let’s take a closer look at them!

(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)

 

Pure Clean PUCRC25 vs PUCRC26B vs PUCRC50 vs PUCRC90 vs PUCRC95 vs PUCRC96B vs PUCRC15: Comparison Guide

If you prefer, you can go straight to viewing these robo vacs here:

 

Pure Clean PUCRC25 vs PUCRC26B vs PUCRC50 vs PUCRC90 vs PUCRC95 vs PUCRC96B vs PUCRC15: Which To Get

In our opinion, the PUCRC25 is probably the best basic model to get if you want a mix of value for money and performance. It is a one button control vac.

The PUCRC95 is probably the best model that comes with wireless hand remote control, and a dry mop attachment.

These would be our two picks.

Otherwise, if you want smartphone app and Alexa controlled robo vacs, perhaps check out the iRobot Rommba 690, 890, 960 and 980 models, or the Neato Botvac D3 through to D7 models.

 

Pure Clean PUCRC25 vs PUCRC26B vs PUCRC50 vs PUCRC90 vs PUCRC95 vs PUCRC96B vs PUCRC15: Differences

As a guide, some of the major differences are:

  • Pure Clean Robot Vacuum PUCRC25 – one button touch automatic clean
  • Pure Clean Robot Vacuum PUCRC26B – one button touch automatic clean
  • Pure Clean Robot Vacuum PUCRC50 – one button touch automatic clean, comes with water tank mopping attachment
  • Pure Clean Robot Vacuum PUCRC95 – one button touch automatic clean, but also works with a wireless remote, works with dry mop but doesn’t come with one
  • Pure Clean Robot Vacuum PUCRC95 – one button touch automatic clean, but also works with a wireless remote, comes with dry mop
  • Pure Clean Robot Vacuum PUCRC96B – can be controlled with a wireless remote, and comes with a mop attachment.
  • Pyle PUCRC15 Pure Clean Smart Robot Vacuum Cleaner –  one button touch automatic clean

Apart from these differences, you will also find small differences in these features between the models:

  • Dust container capacity
  • Types of cleaning modes
  • Accessories they come with
  • Whether the battery is lithium or NiMH
  • Whether is does scheduled cleaning or not
  • Runtime of the battery
  • Whether is automatically docks and recharges or not

 

Pure Clean PUCRC25 vs PUCRC26B vs PUCRC50 vs PUCRC90 vs PUCRC95 vs PUCRC96B vs PUCRC15: Similarities

  • All are robotic vacuums
  • All can be used for all floor surfaces – carpet, and hard floors 
  • All have an edge sweeping brush which sweeps debris away from edges and corners
  • All allow single press cleaning on the vacuum – no programming required
  • All have different cleaning modes
  • All have cliff and object cleaning sensors
  • All have rechargeable batteries
  • All use dust containers
  • All have dust filters
  • All come with warranties

 

Pure Clean PUCRC25 vs PUCRC26B vs PUCRC50 vs PUCRC90 vs PUCRC95 vs PUCRC96B vs PUCRC15: Reviews

 

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