Saturday, November 20, 2021

This window-cleaning robot saves you back pain

 This window-cleaning robot will save you time and money 


window cleaning robot

A new technology that could become widespread in our homes, a window cleaning robot, has joined the ranks of robot vacuum cleaners.

For the past year, we've seen an increase in the popularity of window cleaning robots, particularly after the launch of a model by Lidl, which, as is customary for this company, sold out after generating a stir.

However, there are alternative window cleaning robots that are both comprehensive and affordable, especially now that we are in the week leading up to Black Friday, with advance discounts in virtually every store.

The Conga WinDroid 870 Connected window cleaning robot, for example, is now only 134 euros on Amazon, the same price as in the official Cecotec store.

Both provide free shipping to anyplace, so you may choose between the two if you want to purchase this equipment. You will have your buy at home in about 2-3 days at no additional expense over the fixed price.

Its operation is simple: it features a suction cup system that "fixes" to the glass, as well as a safety cord in case it falls.

Once corrected, you may start cleaning by pushing the physical button or using the app, where you can also select one of four cleaning modes, each for a different style of cleaning, more or less thoroughly.

It cleans interior and exterior windows, but maybe more importantly, it cleans tiles, so you can leave your bathroom or kitchen looking brand new with it.

It automatically produces a map of the area to be cleaned and cleans it autonomously, stopping when it is finished, so you don't have to worry about anything.

Cecotec is a well-known company, particularly for the popularity of its Conga robot vacuum cleaners, which are international competitors to the Roomba.

Image: Amazon

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