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DreameBot L10s Ultra: Never lift a finger cleaning your home again


Back in the day, robot vacuum cleaners were pretty rare. They were also seen as somewhat of a novelty largely due to the fact that the tech still had kinks to be worked out, plus they were also pretty basic and expensive. These days, robot vacuum cleaners have become increasingly common, and if you’re in the market for one, then perhaps you might want to check out the DreameBot L10s Ultra robot vacuum cleaner.

Automated cleaning

We all lead busy lives. Whether it’s school or work, there are many things we need to do in a day. This means that when it comes to our home’s upkeep, that might take a backseat. This is one of the main selling points of a robot vacuum, and the DreameBot L10s Ultra is no exception to this rule.

Users can easily set a schedule for when they want the robot vacuum to start cleaning. This works even if you’re not at home. So, if you’re at work or school and want to come home to spotless floors, simply create a schedule and the DreameBot L10s Ultra will get to work!

Obviously compared to more traditional vacuum cleaners, the dust bags on robot vacuums aren’t as big. You might be worried that this could result in the L10s Ultra’s bag getting full and your cleaning session is interrupted. That won’t be the case here. This is because when its bag is full, it will be able to go back to its base station and empty itself.

This also applies to refilling the water on its mops (more on that later). This is useful for people who might have particularly large homes and where the built-in water tank might run out before the job is finished. It can also self-dry the mop heads to prevent the growth of mold and also to cut back on any funky smells.

Basically all you need to do is set a schedule and you’ll never have to think about it again.

AI, 3D navigation

Now, a robot vacuum is only as good as its navigation. Back in the earlier days, robot vacuums weren’t that great with navigation. To be fair, the tech was still kind of new so it would run into problems. These days, especially thanks to the development of AI and self-driving car technology, we’re seeing some of that tech trickle down to robot vacuums.

With the DreameBot L10s Ultra, the company has equipped the robot vacuum with AI smarts. Paired with the additional use of an RGB camera and 3D structured light, the robot vacuum will have no issues automatically generating its own paths. It will also be able to detect obstacles that are in its way. It can also map out the room that it is cleaning which can then be used again for future cleaning sessions.

One of the benefits of using 3D structured light is that even in the dark, the robot vacuum will be able to make out and identify and analyze objects. We’re not sure how often you might want to run the robot at night, but if you do, the 3D structured light will help with that. According to Dreame, the L10s Ultra is also smart enough to identify and label your rooms. In turn, it can even suggest cleaning strategies on how best to clean a particular room.

Mop and sweep at the same time

These days, it’s not uncommon to find robot vacuum cleaners come with a sweeping and mopping mode. Mopping is generally preferred if you want a deeper clean and to get rid of any stains on the floor, so the DreameBot L10s Ultra has no troubles fulfilling that role.

The robot vacuum has 5,300Pa of suction power. This will allow the vacuum to suck up pretty much anything in its path, such as debris on carpet, hair on hard floors, and more. It can also boost its suction by raising the mop pads off the floor slightly.

The built-in mop is also pretty awesome. Some robot vacuums with mops are kind of basic where it drags a wet cloth across the floor. It’s better than nothing, but obviously this isn’t as deep a clean as some of you might like. The DreameBot L10s Ultra has dual mop heads that rotate as it cleans, which in turn adds a scrubbing effect to help remove stubborn stains.

We mentioned earlier that the robot vacuum can raise the mop heads to improve its suction power, but there’s another added benefit. This saves users time from having to remove it manually, especially when it comes to cleaning carpets where you don’t want a wet mop dragging along it. Also, if there is any residue, it will prevent the vacuum from dirtying your floors while it returns to its station.

Speaking of stations, the base station can help empty out the dust bag in the vacuum while also rinsing out and drying the mop heads, allowing the robot to get ready to go again when needed.

Other features

As you might expect, the DreameBot L10s Ultra comes with an accompanying app. This app allows users to schedule their cleaning sessions. There is also a built-in camera that lets you see through the eyes of the robot while it cleans.

As for battery life, the robot vacuum has a built-in 5,200mAh battery. According to Dreame, this will last for up to 160 minutes in vacuuming and mopping in Quiet Mode, or 210 minutes only vacuuming in Quiet Mode. This is quite a decent amount of time. It should also be more than sufficient to clean your entire home in a single run.

Pricing & availability

If you think that you’re sold on the DreameBot L10s Ultra and want to use it to clean your home, you’ll be able to pick one up from Dreame’s website. The L10s Ultra is priced at $699.99. This is actually a discounted price from its original asking price of $899.99. So do check it out if you want to save a bit of money!

Tyler Lee
A graphic novelist wannabe. Amateur chef. Mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Writer of tech with over a decade of experience. Juggles between using a Mac and Windows PC, switches between iOS and Android, believes in the best of both worlds.

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