The Noesis F10 Pro Is the Only 2-in-1 Robot Vacuum I’ve Seen That Automatically Changes Its Disposable Mop Pad

The Noesis F10 Pro Is the Only 2-in-1 Robot Vacuum I’ve Seen That Automatically Changes Its Disposable Mop Pad

The humdrum of daily life is punctuated by the constant battle against dust and dirt, but it doesn’t have to be. I’m no stranger to robot vacuums, but one in particular caught my eye: the Noesis F10 Pro that uses disposable mop pads. Speaking from personal experience, the Noesis F10 Pro is the only one I’ve seen with this feature. Indeed, the company does claim that it is the world’s first 2-in-1 robot vacuum and mop that automatically changes its disposable mop pads.

The idea behind this design (Noesis calls it the Mop Pad Auto Change 2.0 technology) is to ensure cleanliness throughout the home. It achieves this by using a fresh mop pad for every cleaning session. This keeps the base station clean, eliminating the need for manual scrubbing by the user and reducing bacterial growth.

Unlike traditional robot vacuums that rely on noisy, time-consuming mop washing and drying cycles, the F10 Pro simplifies the process by changing pads, which reduces its downtime and eliminates the noisy mop pad washing and drying process. Its high-flow air duct design and powerful suction ensure thorough cleaning, while the anti-tangle rubber roller brush effectively tackles debris and minimizes hair tangles, especially in carpets.

The replaceable mop pads also absorb liquids and debris. This design means that there is no dirty water tank to mess around with inside the base station or the robot itself. Let’s face it, no one wants to dump out dirty mop water, and it can be a breeding ground for bacteria and germs. Once replaced, the mop pads are stored safely until disposal.

With a D-shaped design that allows it to sweep into corners and edges, the Noesis F10 Pro combines function with an elegance that will appease even the most demanding housekeeper. Further, its Dynamic Scrub technology scrubs harder by pressing down and vibrating the mop pad up to 420 times per minute, lifting stubborn stains.

It is not a robot without some sort of autonomy. Equipped with a wide-view LDS sensor, the F10 Pro can quickly map the home and chart out an efficient cleaning path. Its Dual NeuralVision Obstacle Detection guides it deftly around obstacles, such as furniture, shoes, wires, and cables.

The Noesis F10 Pro normally costs $1,799 on Amazon.com. However, for Father’s Day, the company is not only knocking off $300, but is also including a set of side brushes, extra disposable mops, an additional rubber roller brush, and a fragrance cube for free.

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