Robotic vacuum cleaners from Hoover

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Hoover RBC 009

They are not brand new, but somehow Hoover's vacuum cleaner robots were missing from RobotBG.com. I finally added all five of Hoover's robotic products to our database, and here are the details of the company's two vacuum cleaner robot line: the Robo.com RVC and the Robo.com2 RBC lines.

One of the model of the Hoover Robo.com RVC line is the 0010 model that is basically a re-branded version of the Ecovacs Deebot D73. It is a randomly moving robot with a fairly small (0.3 l - 10 fl oz) dust bin and a docking station. The robot runs for about 60 minutes on a single charge and can be scheduled to run twice a day. Using this scheduling, the robot is capable of adequately cleaning apartments up to 60 sq m (645 sq ft) in size. The other Robo.com RVC model is the 0005, that is designed for single rooms or very small apartments. It also comes with a docking station, but lacks some of the features of the larger model.

The Robo.com2 line has three different models that mostly differ in the amount of time they can run. The RBC 003, RBC 006 and RBC 009 run for 60, 90 and 120 minutes respectively. All three of these robots sport a touch sensitive user interface, and they come with an RF remote control. The Robo.com2 robots are only 8.5 cm (3.4 in) high (lower than most vacuum cleaner robots), therefore can get under furniture easily. The RBC 006 and RBC 009 models supports with scheduling, while the latter one also comes with a virtual wall (can vary from country to country). All three have a moderately sized (0.5 l - 17 fl oz) dust bin, and they should be fairly quiet with the 60 dB noise level given on the specifications page.

These five robots are already available in several European countries.

Hoover RBC 003
Hoover RBC 003
Hoover RVC 0010 011
Hoover RVC 0005

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