Small but Mighty: My Experience with the World’s Tiniest Smart Robot Vacuum

ZDNET’s SwitchBot Mini Robot Vacuum K10+ review

Today, the SwitchBot Mini Robot Vacuum K10+ is being launched for the price of $500 and I have been testing it out for about a week. For a limited time, buyers can get $100 off using the code 20K10HOT during checkout. The K10+ is a small robot vacuum and mop with some notable features, such as a self-emptying dustbin and the ability to clean hard-to-reach narrow spaces that other robot vacuums cannot access. However, it lacks AI object detection, only has 2,500Pa of suction power, and its mopping feature is not very effective. When I unpacked the SwitchBot K10+ robot vacuum, its small size immediately caught my attention. With a diameter of only 9.7 inches, it is even smaller than a dinner plate.

The K10+ is designed to clean small spaces and has a self-emptying dustbin and 2500Pa of suction power. It also comes with a bag inside the base station that can hold up to 70 days’ worth of cleaning, effectively reducing the need for frequent maintenance. Despite its compact size, the K10+ has features often found in high-end robot vacuums, such as the self-emptying dustbin, making it a notable choice.

The mopping feature of the K10+ is not very reliable and performs well only for small areas. It uses disposable mop pads, and the mopping plate requires frequent changing during cleaning. Thus, it may not be the best option for those looking for a device primarily as a mop. However, the K10+ is quite effective as a robot vacuum and works best for cleaning dust and debris, making it more suitable for small homes. Overall, the K10+ is a good choice for users looking for a compact and efficient robot vacuum for their cleaning needs.