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|Robot vacuum cleaner||Suction power|
|Ecovacs Deebot X1 Turbo||
|Ecovacs Deebot X1 OMNI||
|Dreame D9 Max||
|Proscenic M8 PRO||
|Xiaomi Mi Mop Pro 2+||
|Laresar L6 Pro||
A robot vacuum cleaner’s suction power is measured in Pascals (Pa), and varies from 850 Pa to 5000 Pa.
You can see the distribution in suction power in the following chart:
You will typically find a robot vacuum with a high suction power in the medium to high price range, and it is definitely worth the investment. With high suction power, a robot vacuum can easily pick up everything from fine specks, to large crumbs and pet hairs, off any type of floor. It can also remove the fine particles trapped between wooden floors, and deep-clean your carpets down to the very roots. This feature is perfect for those who want a robot vacuum that will thoroughly clean their homes, and leave their floors looking spotless.
To sum up, the advantages of a robot vacuum cleaner with a higher suction power come down to:
The disadvantages are:
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