High-end robot vacuums are attractive but not everyone can afford a hefty price tag from $400 to $1,000. Fortunately, there are some low-budget options out there that cost just about $100 to $200. In this post, we’re checking out the dser RoboGeek 23T.
Unboxing & Testing Video
Features & Performance
There is nothing special about design and features of the dser robot vacuum as it looks similar to many other cheap vacuums on the market. Setting up is easy as you will just need to take everything out of the box, plug in the dock, and then it’s ready to use. There are a power and dock buttons on top of the vacuum; You need to use the remote control to adjust other settings.
Inside the box, we have 2 magnetic boundary strips, 4 side brushes, an extra filter, and a cleaning tool. Notably, they use a cotton filter which is washable, so you don’t need to buy a replacement regularly. The dust bin has an inner drawer-type design, so you can easily remove and empty it. The bin is quite spacious with the capacity of 600ml.
Another advantage is the large 2,600mAh battery with the runtime up to 100 minutes. Basically, it can clean my whole floor without the need of recharging.
Unlike my recent robot vacuums, this one uses 2 side brushes, so it is much more effective in dust collection.
The maximum suction power of the dser is 2200Pa which is a huge improvement as compared to its predecessors. It is also quite admirable when comparing to high-end robots.
However, since this is a budget option, it is not equipped with any camera or navigations system. That means the robot will keep bumping into your furniture or any obstacles on the floor, so you should be careful with your fragile items. Besides, it also takes much longer to clean my floor; Specifically, the dser cleans my whole floor in nearly an hour while my recent Roborock S6 MaxV spends just 24 minutes.
Overall, , the dser RoboGeek 23T is a decent product for the price. You will get a great battery and powerful suction. However, if you have ever used a robot vacuum with a navigation system, it is very difficult to come back to this basic vacuum.
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