cleaning is a matter of countless people hate, and in the power of science and technology, there are more and more sweeping robot brand come out, so that people’s home life has brought greater convenience. Home Furnishing life cleaning believe that many people are more hate, so some people love to use some smart appliances at home, so that they can comfortably use sweeping robot is the most common, the sweeping robot which brand is good? We understand the ten major brands of sweeping robots, which can make a better choice.

sweeping robot ten brands list NO.1:iRobot

Hunan of high-tech smart division where the limited supply of equipment, ten sweeping robot brand, founded in 1990, the global leader in household robot, pioneered the world’s first domestic cleaning robot, a listed company, the world’s most innovative magazine new invention award, the red dot design award, to enter the world of robot Hall of fame, science and Technology Innovation Award Chinese home appliances Expo Yipu lan.

mainstream models: iRobot 65056708 good partner portfolio, etc.

sweeping robot ten brand list: Ecovacs ECOVACS



robot technology (Suzhou) Co. Ltd., sweeping robot ten brands, key national Torch Plan high-tech enterprises in Jiangsu Province, well-known trademarks, brand-name products in Jiangsu Province, high-tech enterprises in Jiangsu Province, the national demonstration enterprise transformation upgrade of processing trade, Jiangsu Province outstanding innovative enterprises.


from the popular Ding Ding, to the recent explosion of blossoming, and a new upgrade every s.

sweeping robot ten brands list NO.3:Proscenic

Taiwan Pu Sonny grams of Polytron Technologies Inc, ten big brands focus on Intelligent sweeping robot, the field of clean development and production, intelligent sweeping machine industry well-known brands, to create market leading technology industry association, Taiwan permanent council members of the robot design standard for unit, Taiwan won the excellent prize.


sweeping robot ten brands list NO.4: FOMART

Beijing lierpu Electrical Appliance Co., Ltd., FOMART, sweeping robot ten brands, well-known (famous) cleaner brand, founded in 1999 in Sweden, the world’s leading brands of smart household cleaning market, Chinese intelligent vacuum cleaner (robot) leader, one of the first domestic intelligent sweeping machine enterprise.


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