+ Friday November 22nd, 2019

ECOVACS is one of the biggest manufacturers of robotic cleaners including vacuums and they have just released an upgrade to their flagship model with even more features than before.

The new DEEBOT OZMO 950 caters to multi-level homes with multi-floor mapping technology offering a more intuitive clean with smarter and more efficient capabilities.

It’s ability to retain the floor map of several levels of a house obtained using their upgraded laser mapping and navigation technologies provides a “nothing missed” experience. Its larger battery allows it to function for around 200 minutes allowing larger homes (up to 200m2 to be cleaned on a single charge.

ECOVACS ROBOTICS designed the DEEBOT OZMO 950 to meet growing consumer demand for a smarter, more affordable vacuum robot with premium features that include vacuuming, mopping and smart-home capabilities. Our combination of navigation technology, energy-efficiency, longer battery life for bigger homes, and a new design for the robot to enhance mobility and cleaning efficiency ensure a “Nothing Missed” experience.Karen Powell, Head of Aust & NZ ECOVACS ROBOTICS

As someone who has always wondered just how powerful these robot vacuums are the DEEBOT OZMO 950 promises suction power of up to 1500Pa (sounds impressive). The DEEBOT OZMO 950 is more than a vacuum though — it can vacuum and mop in one go with its large water tanks. But what about the carpet? It has carpet detection technology to increase suction in these areas and also to avoid them while mopping.

Of course, what good is a smart vacuum without an app — there is an ECOVACS Home app which is compatible with both Google Assistant and Alexa providing that extra convenience and intelligence while cleaning.

The DEEBOT OZMO 950 will be available by the end of October at JB Hi-Fi, Godfreys and Appliances Online for $999. For more information on all their robot vacuums including this one head on over to the ECOVACS website.

Scott Plowman   Editor

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