Tue. Mar 28th, 2023

Features: LiDAR navigation, 5,200mAh battery

If you’re wanting a robot vacuum that has LiDAR technology, an auto empty base, high suction power, but don’t want to spend a ton of money, the DreameBot D10 Plus sits at $500 but you can usually catch a sale to get all of this technology for $400. Once you order and receive your unit, you’ll send the D10 Plus on a mapping run. The LiDAR navigation had a solid map and understanding of my house after one run, which is almost never the case for other vacs I’ve tested. There aren’t many robot vacuums I let clean my carpets, but the 4,000PA suction does a great job of getting that ingrained dog hair out of my carpet fibers and leaves some very satisfying carpet lines. After the D10 Plus completes a job, it will navigate back to its auto empty base where it will quietly suction out the dirt and debris from the vacuum into a bag. And when I say quietly, I mean quietly. This is the quietest auto empty base I have tested to date.

At $400, you’ll be giving up some features that other higher end robot vacuums offer. For starters, the mopping functionality of the D10 Plus is subpar and not a feature that I would recommend using. The vacuum alone is worth the price though, so don’t let that deter you from going with this unit. The DreameBot D10 Plus also doesn’t come with object detection or avoidance, so if you’re someone who doesn’t have time to pick up shoes, cords, or other items each time you turn the robot on, you may want to look in another direction. But for me, taking a couple of minutes to pick things up not only benefits the D10 Plus, but makes me tidy up my home as well. 

We tested the DreameBot D10 Plus so be sure to check out our full review below.

Read the review: Dreamebot’s self-emptying robot vac comes with a dreamy price tag

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