Shenzhen, Guangdong (PRWEB) February 09, 2013
Linolium, tongue and groove wood floors, tiling or even lush carpeted floors will pose no problems whatsoever to the latest robot vacuum from robot vacuum cleaner specialist Chinavasion.com says the company.
Two detachable oscillating brushes loosen dirt on hardwood floors, and get dust out of carpet and even the tightest of corners, while a detachable belt driven dusting paper leaves floors bright and shiny.
The result is a clean house from the front to the back according to Chinavasion PR manager Rose Li, no matter what flooring lies in the way.
"While other companies might solve the hardwood/carpet problem with separate devices which cost several hundred dollars a piece, we saw another way," says Li. "Automatic vacuum cleaners have the capability of achieving much more than a few simple parlor tricks, they can clean the entire house."
And as the dock is set up so the cleaner lies vertically against the wall, rather than horizontally against the floor, it also takes up much room than other models, says Li.
While having the hardware to handle any floor cleaning task it also has the smarts to cope in the modern household as well according to Li.
"With obstacle sensors, bump sensors and cliff sensors very little can obstruct the robot vacuum cleaner in its line of duty," says Li. "And with four different programs you shouldn't have trouble finding the cleaning motion that suits you.
Li also says the vacuum cleaner comes with a much more competitive price tag than others on the market. "Customers will be spending less than $100 as opposed to a lot over $300."
Rose Li is the PR manager for Chinavasion. With over five years experience and more than 350,000 customers in 120 countries Chinavasion is a global leader in marketing wholesale home appliance products to international buyers. For more information, Chinavasion's storefront is located at: http://www.chinavasion.com