Tesvor S6+ Review: Unbox, Setup, and Unlock Ultimate Cleaning
Hello everyone! Today I have something incredibly exciting to share—my hands-on review of the Tesvor S6+ Robot Vacuum Cleaner. If you've ever gone down the rabbit hole of looking for the perfect robot vacuum cleaner, you know how overwhelming the options can be. But let me simplify it for you: Tesvor S6+ is the real deal.
I had the pleasure of unboxing it, setting it up, and testing it out, and I couldn't be happier with the results. Let’s dig into the details.
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Unboxing and Setup
When you open the box, the first thing that hits you is the quality of the components. Tesvor didn't cut any corners in ensuring this machine is top-notch. In the box, you get:
- The Tesvor S6+ Robot Vacuum Cleaner
- A large 270 ml dust bin
- A 160 ml water tank for mopping
- Laser-guiding components
- Remote controller
- Charging dock
- Mop attachment
- User Manual
Setting up the device is easy. Once unboxed, it's just a matter of connecting it to your phone via its dedicated app, and you're good to go.
There's a lot to love about this robot. For starters, it boasts a whopping 4,000 pascals of suction—four times more than most of its competitors. It comes with a massive 270 ml dust bin and a 160 ml water tank, laser-guided navigation (Laser SLAM), and a gyroscope. It’s also compatible with Alexa and Google Home, which means you can control it with voice commands.
Cleaning Performance: Power Beyond Belief
The Tesvor S6+ offers several modes for different cleaning needs. But it's not just the modes that are impressive; it's the actual performance. This vacuum uses 4,000 pascals of suction power in its most potent setting, which makes it ideal for deep cleaning. I put this to the test using pumpkin seeds on the floor, and it sucked them up like they were nothing.
Enhanced Mopping Capabilities
The S6+ is not just a vacuum; it's also a mop. The water tank attachment is simple to install. Just remove the dust bin, attach the water tank, fill it up, and you're ready to mop. The mopping function worked incredibly well. The robot covers every inch efficiently, leaving the floors clean and almost dry to the touch. Its intelligent sensors also help it avoid carpeted areas while in mopping mode, so you don't have to worry about wetting your rugs.
Floor Types: The vacuum was tested on multiple surfaces including hardwood, tile, and medium-pile carpet.
Types of Debris: Common household debris like pet hair, crumbs, dust, and larger particles like pumpkin seeds were used to gauge the vacuum's cleaning capability.
Mode Selection: Various modes from the app—such as Eco, Standard, and Max—were used for different rounds of cleaning to compare the effectiveness.
Floor Types: The mop was tested exclusively on hardwood and tile surfaces to gauge its wet cleaning abilities.
Types of Stains: Water-based stains like juice spills, and grime stains that commonly accumulate in the kitchen were the test targets.
Water Levels: Different water levels—available as settings in the app—were tested to compare the effectiveness of the mopping function.
Hardwood and Tile: At the Max setting, the vacuum left no traces of pet hair or crumbs. It picked up the larger pumpkin seeds without any hiccups, which was particularly impressive.
Carpet: On medium-pile carpet, the vacuum still performed remarkably well in Max mode, picking up most of the pet hair and all of the larger particles. Standard mode also did a reasonable job but left behind some fine dust.
Battery Consumption: The Max mode consumed more battery but managed to clean a 900 sq ft area before needing a recharge.
Stain Removal: The mop effectively removed the juice spills and kitchen grimes. I let the stains dry up before running the mop, and yet the S6+ left the floor spotless.
Water Usage: The highest water-level setting was the most effective, but surprisingly it did not make the floor overly wet, and it dried up quite quickly.
Carpet Avoidance: The robot was smart enough to avoid carpets while in mopping mode, thanks to its intelligent sensors.
The Tesvor S6+ outperformed my old robot vacuum by a substantial margin, especially in Max mode. Even when compared to a conventional vacuum cleaner, it held its own, which says a lot about its suction power and overall efficiency.
Based on the comprehensive testing, it's safe to say that the Tesvor S6+ delivers on its promises. Its vacuuming and mopping functionalities both exceeded my expectations. If you're looking for an all-in-one solution that saves you time and keeps your home impeccably clean, the Tesvor S6+ is definitely worth considering.
One of the stand-out features is its mapping capability. The S6+ maps out your entire house, creating different zones like the kitchen, dining room, and living room. You can also set no-go zones to keep the robot out of certain areas.
The S6+ has an impressive two-hour battery life, ensuring it has ample time to clean larger homes before needing a recharge.
Customizable and Convenient
Through the app, you can schedule cleanings, set no-go zones, and even choose the suction level. What's even cooler is the compatibility with Alexa and Google Home—just say the word, and the S6+ starts or stops cleaning.
Final Thoughts: Is It Worth It?
Absolutely. This robot vacuum cleaner performs exceedingly well in both vacuuming and mopping functions. It comes with a feature set that you'd only find in models costing twice as much. For the current sale price, it’s a steal. The Tesvor S6+ is a premium product without the premium price tag.
So if you're in the market for a new robot vacuum cleaner that delivers both in features and performance, look no further than the Tesvor S6+. It's a big thumbs-up from me, MrYouWho
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