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Botslab M20 Self-Cleaning Mopping Robot Launches Crowdfunding

The Botslab M20 promises a whole range of convenience features that conventional mopping robots like the iRobot Braava jet m6 (about €400 on Amazon) do not offer. These include automatic carpet detection, a longer battery life of three hours, better navigation thanks to LiDAR scanners, and the ability to automatically clean the mop pads in the base station and dry them with an air stream.

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The Botslab M20, a new mopping robot, is currently being funded on Indiegogo, promising extra-thorough cleaning thanks to four rotating mopping pads. With a LiDAR scanner for reliable navigation and a cleaning dock, the robot is expected to impress with intelligence and convenience.

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Smart Home Launch

360 Smart Life, the company behind the 360 Robot Vacuum Cleaner S10, which has already been successfully funded on Indiegogo in 2021, has unveiled another interesting robot, the Botslab M20. While the M20 can’t vacuum floors, it can mop them all the more thoroughly, using four rotating pads that are supposed to tackle stubborn stains by applying 10 Newtons of pressure.

The Botslab M20 promises a whole range of convenience features that conventional mopping robots like the iRobot Braava jet m6 (about €400 on Amazon) do not offer. These include automatic carpet detection, a longer battery life of three hours, better navigation thanks to LiDAR scanners, and the ability to automatically clean the mop pads in the base station and dry them with an air stream.

The base station has separate tanks for fresh and dirty water, so users only need to fill or empty them every now and then. The arrangement of the four mopping pads is also said to allow the robot to thoroughly mop corners or around table legs – places that traditional mopping robots often can’t reach. The LiDAR scanner sits flat in the housing rather than in a small “turret” like many competitors, making the robot only 7.9 inches tall to fit under lower furniture.

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Pricing and availability

The Botslab M20 mopping robot is currently being funded via Indiegogo, so far raising €8,815 from 17 customers, with 15 days left in the campaign. A Botslab M20 including a docking station costs $399 plus shipping and import costs in the “Super Early Bird” offer, after the campaign the price is expected to rise to $629. Delivery is expected to start in January 2023.

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