Ecovacs launches Ozmo 920 and Ozmo 950, two new models of the Deebot series automatic vacuum cleaners with built-in scrubber function completely redesigned to offer even better house cleaning.
First of all, the company has changed the conformation of the brushes and has improved the suction systems by 21%, thus improving the cleaning especially in the corners and around the table legs.
Thanks to Smart Navi 3.0 technology, they are also able to scan and map up to three floors through the multi-storey mapping system, thus managing to synchronize to keep the whole house clean.
They are also thinner than the others in the series: the height of only 9.3 centimeters allowing them to reach places that are difficult to reach without getting stuck under the furniture and are able to exceed the thresholds of the doors up to two centimeters.
All this without sacrificing design: Deebot Ozmo 920 and Ozmo 950 have already won the renowned Red Dot Design Award, demonstrating how elegant and equally functional products can be made.
Like the others in the series, they can be controlled with the supplied remote control, via the Ecovacs Home app or by voice with Amazon Echo and Google Assistant. They move around the furniture without scratching or overturning it, stop in front of the stairs, do not tangle in the cables or swallow the socks that remain around.
Since they combine the suction system with that of floor washers, it is important to point out that the carpet identification system prevents them from remaining wet or damaged during the washing mode, thus guaranteeing each floor to receive the cleaning it needs.
Both remove ninety-nine percent of all harmful bacteria and can activate Max mode when the floor is particularly dirty, while Ozmo 950 has an even more powerful Turbo mode to be used on these occasions.
Among the other few differences between the two models c the battery, from 3,200 mAh for the Ozmo 920 (on sale at 499 euros also on Amazon) which provides two hours of autonomy before automatically returning to the charging station. That of Ozmo 950 (sold for 599 euros and already available on Amazon) instead of 5,200 mAh and promises up to 200 minutes of autonomy on a single charge.