360 S10 review: Sweeping and mopping robot vacuum with 3D mapping Review

Nancy J. Delong

The S10 robotic vacuum cleaner from 360 appears really interesting. Contrary to most other robotic vacuums, the 360 S10 does not have a LIDAR module on the leading of the unit. In its place, it has a spherical window on the leading of the device with what appears like a fish-eye lens in it.

This smooth leading of the device signifies that, at 3.35 inches high, the robotic can achieve to sweep underneath objects that would cease other robots.

Even so, the 360 S10 does have LIDAR — but it is hidden inside the body of the unit. The LIDAR sensors are at the sides and the entrance of the unit and do perform nicely developing an accurate map of the area.

When the robotic is in use, the fisheye lens window has a hypnotic rotating blue light-weight that is powerful to view — but completely pointless. Presumably, this is the LIDAR scanning for object peak to steer clear of likely underneath goods that will entice the robotic.

It avoids hurdles in its way like slippers and sneakers, so you do not have to go and rescue them from yet another part of the household.

I have barely at any time experienced to rescue the S10 from a threshold, underneath a radiator, or when it has become entangled in a USB cable I have forgotten to obvious up.

360 S10 robot vacuum cleaner review 2-in1 sweeping and mopping with a great app and 3D mapping zdnet

Eileen Brown

Major ZDNET Reviews

The S10 is silent far too in use — at 60dB when in silent manner — and has four modes of suction dependent on the volume of grime and dust you have. It is rated at 3300Pa, which puts it amongst the most powerful robotic vacuum on the marketplace at the instant.

It has a huge five,000mAh battery, so it is not likely to return to the dock in advance of it has concluded its clean. 360 says that the robotic will function for at the very least a few hours in advance of needing a recharge. I tried using to run the battery down but could clean the space at the very least a few moments in advance of the S10 returned to cost.

Contrary to the 360 S5 and S9 products, connecting to the app from the S10 was a breeze. The company has obviously invested a lot of time and effort in generating the app relationship uncomplicated.

The app also has some superior options, far too. You can add all of the Wi-Fi networks in your space so that the robotic will under no circumstances reduce connectivity with the app and change immediately between networks as it cleans.

The robotic will map the area in equally Second and 3D – a really interesting element. The 3D map can be rotated and you can zoom in to an area.

It gives a superior representation of the walls and objects in the space. You can preserve numerous variations of the map so you can use the robotic on diverse floors in your space with no it needing to rescan the area.

The S10 also identifies which regions are carpeted or have rugs, and which regions have tricky floors.

It notes the diverse regions on the map and will boost suction as it crosses onto a carpeted area.

The 360 S10 has a huge 500ml on-board dustbin, which has a nifty way of emptying.

Just push the button when the bin is more than the trash can, and the base of the dustbin releases to drip the grime into the trash can.

360 S10 robot vacuum cleaner review 2-in1 sweeping and mopping with a great app and 3D mapping zdnet

Eileen Brown

Some robots have a fiddly system to vacant the dust, which can include you wrenching the dust bin and lacking the trash can as the dust scatters all over the place. I do like this uncomplicated-vacant element.

I do uncover the onboard voice annoying. If you manually get started the robotic it announces “Cleaning helps make me pleased!” in a cheery voice. This is the most cheerful, smiling voice in any robotic I have at any time examined.

I count on it to chirpily announce “Have a wonderful day” with that lilting inflection you occasionally listen to in outlets.

I found myself chatting to the S10 much more normally — largely telling it to shut up. You can of system turn off the voice in the app by altering its quantity to zero.

The mopping perform is actually relatively superior for day-to-day washing of floors that are not far too filthy, but if you have to have to scrub the floors then this mop will not be satisfactory for your needs.

It wipes more than the floor with a mop that does not vibrate. I usually damp the fabric in advance of I get started the robotic to make absolutely sure that it cleans the area from the get started.

You can specify diverse ranges of water by means of the app, and the 520ml water tank is superior to clean your whole space. The grime seems to be evenly spread throughout the full fabric indicating even stress on the floor.

All in all, the 360 S10 two-in-1 mopping and sweeping robotic vacuum has some really neat options, a extensive app, and voice integration with your voice assistant.

At $555 for the vacuum and accessory kit, the 360 S10 is a cut price for Early Chicken consumers on Indiegogo. If you want a entirely showcased, multi-objective robotic vacuum with a superior app, the 360 S10 really should certainly be on your shortlist.

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