With more than 15 million home robots sold worldwide, iRobot is a pioneer in the field of automated cleaning.
Since the launch of its flagship Roomba Vacuum Cleaning Robot in 2002, iRobot now offers a broad portfolio of home cleaning bots.
Its latest release is the Braava 380t Mopping Robot, which is now available in Australia through local distributor IXL Home.
The Braava 380 Series Mopping Robot is designed to systematically and efficiently mop multiple rooms and large spaces to tackle everyday dirt and grime.
“The Braava 380t complements our product line by providing a mopping robot that navigates multiple rooms and large spaces,” said Christian Cerda, chief operating officer at iRobot.
It is equipped with the latest technology including iAdapt 2.0 with Navigation Cube that helps it keep track of where it’s been and where it needs to go.
Braava 380t sweeps up to 92 sqm or mops up to 32 sqm in a single cleaning cycle. It sweeps in straight lines back and forth to efficiently pick up dust, dirt, and hair.
Users can expand sweeping coverage to multiple rooms and large spaces with additional NorthStar Cubes.
It can be used for carpets and rugs or hard floor surfaces. You simply attach a cleaning cloth and select MOP or SWEEP. It is also compatible with reusable microfibre cloths.
The Braava sweeps for up to three and half hours or mops for up to two and half hours on a single charge.
The iRobot Braava 380t Floor Mopping Robot can be bought online at www.irobot.com.au and is available in major retail outlets at a RRP of A$599.