Ecovacs takes care of your outdoor cleaning

You can just put out the garden furniture while Ecovacs takes care of clean windows and a freshly mown lawn.

By / 10 April 2024 - 11:19 am
Ecovacs takes care of your outdoor cleaning

Ecovacs has expanded its range of window cleaning robots with the introduction of the Winbot W2 and Winbot W2 Omni.

The Winbot W2 is equipped with five different cleaning modes and several advanced features, including a wide-angle spray function, an anti-slip drive system, and intelligent position memory. These technologies contribute to efficient cleaning with precise water pressure and a vacuum capacity of 2800 Pa, designed to ensure clean windows both indoors and outdoors, the manufacturer promises.

Ecovacs Winbot W2 Omni
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The Winbot W2 Omni is said to be the first model in its category to include a portable station. This station offers features such as one-button cable retraction, on/off, start/pause, and options for either quick or deep cleaning. With powerful batteries, the Winbot W2 Omni allows for window cleaning without the need for direct connection to a power supply.

Both Winbot W2 and Winbot W2 Omni are available now, with prices starting from €499 for Winbot W2 and €599 for Winbot W2 Omni.

GOAT range expands with two new robotic lawnmowers

Ecovacs has also expanded its GOAT range with two new robotic mowers, the Goat G1-800 and Goat G1-2000, designed to make mowing more efficient as the spring season begins.

The Goat G1-800 model is aimed at smaller lawns of up to 800 square metres and is highlighted for its automatic limit setting feature that can significantly reduce time spent mowing, the manufacturer claims. According to Ecovacs, what used to take several hours can now be done in about 20 minutes using an app-enabled limit function.

The model includes a TrueMapping multi-fusion localisation system that ensures accurate and efficient mowing, as well as AIVI 3D technology that allows the robot to avoid obstacles such as trees, garden furniture, and animals. In addition, the Goat G1-800 offers video surveillance of the garden via the Smart Garden Keeper feature, which allows the user to monitor the garden in real time through two cameras controlled via an app. The model is available in grey and white.

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The top-of-the-range Goat G1-2000 is designed for larger areas of up to 2,000 square metres and comes with a garage to protect the robot from the elements and ensure durability throughout the season.

Both models, the Goat G1-800 and Goat G1-2000, are available now at prices starting from €999 and €1,799 respectively.

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