Let down by unreliable domestic help in keeping your house clean? Turn to this robot specifically designed to clean wet floors, which is now available in India for the first time.
Domestic robot manufacturer Milagrow Humantech on Thursday said it had launched a new robot—Aquabot 4.0—which comes with an advanced full wet mopping system along with a small water reservoir for the purpose.
This boasts other features such as robotic "sixth sense", powerful suction and automated suction power control, UV radiation cleaning, automatic obstacle and fall detection, high efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filter, and all-surface cleaning.
"In urban India, people no longer have leisure time on their hands. As a result, they have to turn to human helpers for their domestic cleaning requirements. These domestic helpers are not only becoming incrementally costlier by the day, but can often be a cause of security concern, considering the rise in petty crimes in the country," said Milagrow founder and chief executive Rajeev Karwal.
"In Aguabot 4.0, we have provided the Indian urban workforce with a technology-powered comprehensive cleanliness solution that will address their domestic cleaning requirement and gift them unparalleled convenience of robotic dry and wet cleaning in a single device. Now you no longer need to remain dependent upon unreliable domestic help to take care of your home," he added.
The remote-control enabled Aguabot 4.0 also has a battery backup of 120 minutes when fully charged, allowing it to cover 3,000 sq ft on a single charge.