The market for robot vacuum cleaners is flourishing, and the thing is that they are such useful devices that there are few who resist having one at home, and those who bought the first one a few years ago now want to bet mostly on a better model, more powerful and more complete.
The iRobot Roomba are the dominators, but they have a lot, a lot of competition, for example in the Cecotec Conga, but there is more: the Chinese brand Dreame has arrived in Spain with a strong footing, with aggressive prices and premium features in its robots, such as the Dream D10 Plus that you can now get for only 347 euros on Amazon.
There is another store, ElectroDepot, that sells it even cheaper, if possible, and that is a robot that has practically everything that can be asked of a model like this, including the self-emptying and cleaning base, which normally shoots up the price.
In both cases the shipping is free and in just a few days you will have it at home, only 24 hours in the case of Amazon if you have a Prime account, a real luxury.
Obviously there are many models that are also worthwhile, but this one from Dreame has several features that are especially striking.
LiDAR scanner and 4,000 Pa of power
Beyond the self-emptying base that we have already mentioned and that makes it possible for you to forget for weeks about having to clean the solids tank, the Dreame D10 Plus also has a LiDAR scanner.
It is, for example, the system used by autonomous cars to navigate the roads and detect obstacles and signs. In the case of a robot vacuum cleaner, it is used to make a much more precise map of the house and measure distances in conditions. On this map you can divide rooms by rooms, for example, only clean the bathroom or kitchen when you need it.
To top it off, the power is nothing less than 4,000 Pa of suction, so it can handle practically any particle, including large ones or pet hair.
Like almost all models –except the Roomba– it has a water tank in case you want to use its mops to scrub the floor to complement the vacuum.
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