How to make vacuuming a large house a breeze with Kyvol Cybovac E31
I appreciate a clean house – knowing that visitors can literally open up any room when my back is turned, so the floors and carpets must be super clean. Make no mistake – I’m no lazy slouch, but I often wish I could have some robots around the house to take away some of my tedious house chores.
Even though I’m fortunate to work from home, my job requires me going out quite a bit too, and then I could seriously use a few robot friends.
Robot vacuums – lots to rave about
My older sister was the first one of us siblings to get a robot vacuum, and it’s her waxing lyrical over her one that made me investigate them more and actually get one too.
I became interested in the Kyvol Cybovacx E31 vacuum cleaner after doing some research on the different models – E20, E30 and E31 - and then discovering the E31 had everything I wanted.
I’ve got a large house and large garden complete with pets and kids. My floors and carpets are forever having pet hairs, mud, grass, cold drink- and food spills as well as other things messed onto them. I was looking for something robust and not afraid of hard work to tackle the lot.
10% Stronger Suction needed
I’ve done my research and found that the suction power of both the E30 and E31 is 10% more powerful than the E20.
I was looking for a super-suction vacuum that could tackle all my ‘big house’ woes. Fundamentally, these 3 robot vacuums from Kyvol work much the same. They maneuver themselves around the home on wheels and suction debris from the floors. The vacuum comes with different modes or work-patterns so I found that there is zig zag, edge and spot for instance to choose from.
Just for an example, when I chose the Edge mode, the robot vacuum cleaned the edges along the wall or any furniture. It cleans for about 20 minutes and then make its way back to the charging base.
The spot mode is great when there’ve been spills and a stain is the result. If there’s a certain area that needs a bit of intensive cleaning, the vacuum gives that area about 2 minutes of intensive cleaning before going into standby mode. With my large rooms, I find myself choosing zig-zag quite often as this is the most efficient cleaning route, cleaning up more thoroughly.
There are brushes on the bottom of my robot vacuum as well as spinning side brushes that take up dirt from the floor and wall, guiding the dirt to the suction area and into the filtered bin.