iLife A9 robot vacuum has 600ml cellular dustbin, 4 different cleaning modes with with two different main brushes for effective cleaning. This vacuum also features the new CV-SLAM algorithm, a built-in gyro, an upgraded Gen 2.0 Panoview technology to professionally guide it to navigate the rooms systematically while cleaning.
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iLife A9 also comes with 22 set of sensors to intelligently avoid obstacles or cliffs. You can also place an invisible boundary using Electrowall for no go areas during cleaning. This vacuum support ILIFE APP for full access and control of your vacuum, it is Alexa compatible and can automatically self recharge.
iLife A9 Key Specs & Features
- Up to 1000Pa Suction Capacity
- Gen 4 CyclonePower Cleaning system
- 600ml Cellular Dustbin
- Gen 2 Panoview technology
- CV-SLAM algorithm
- 4 Cleaning Modes
- 22 sensors
- I-voice Assistant
- WiFi-Connected App
- up to 120 minutes Run Time
- Automatic Recharging
- Low Noise Operation
At a glance, the iLife A9 is similar to other robot vacuum cleaners with simple round body made of strong, abrasion-resistant aluminum alloy in hairline finish, with a silver aluminum power switch and accent circle at the top.
This design is refers to as a classic vinyl record exterior. Its ultra slim body makes it possible for the vacuum to easily access hard-to-reach areas and removing hidden dirt
In addition, A9 has a large 600ml dustbin which fit perfectly into the 7.6cm thick body. There is also a silver-grey bumper ring that makes the A9 look different from most vacuums.
When flipped over, the iLife A9 vacuum has a large brush, a silicone rubber roller, two edge brush, a power port, a caster wheel, two rubber wheels and array of sensors.
iLife A9 robot vacuum features Nidec brushless powerful motor for superior suction, low noise and effective vacuuming. It also comes with the new impressive Gen 4 CyclonePower cleaning system, that can deliver up to 1000 Pa of suction pressure for efficient dust and debris pickups.
Furthermore, the vacuum has a cellular dustbin where the dirts picked up are stored. This dustbin helps separate dirt by size. As a result, fine dust travels with the air through to the bottom of the conical cylinder, and large particles are isolated and retained in the outer cyclone to prevent it from clogging the filter.
The A9 supports four cleaning modes, all of which are activated from the remote or app. In Auto mode, the robot create a path through the room using gyro sensors and cleans in a zigzag pattern.
In Spot mode, it will clean an area of concentrated dirt in a spiral pattern. It is best to use a higher suction power for deep cleaning in this designated area. Furthermore, in Edge mode, the A9 navigates to clean edges and corners. The Max mode can be activated when stronger suction power is needed.
For accurate and stable navigation this vacuum adopts the new CV-SLAM algorithm and a built-in gyro, upgraded Gen 2 Panoview to help direct its movement.
The PanoView navigation system consists of a 360-degree live-vision camera and CV-SLAM graphics algorithm and three processors. These features combined give ILIFE A9 cleaning effectiveness a significant boost, and presenting cleaning of the future.
Likewise, this high-definition camera scans the ceiling to generate real-time panoramic images and perspective of its surroundings. Through the CV-SLAM graphics algorithm, visual information collected will be immediately transmitted to the three processors. This also helps in easily generating the map of your home.
In addition to the navigation system this robot has 22 set of sensors including an accelerometer, infra-red cliff sensors and a gyro to help navigate and intelligently avoid obstacles or falls during cleaning.
It can also has a good climbing ability, and can climb up to 12 mm height and cross thresholds up to 2cm high.
iLife A9 comes with an Electrowall that helps creates a virtual barrier to keep the vacuum out of forbidden rooms and areas. The A9 also has Alexa integration so you can control it by using your i-Voice Assistant.
The i-Voice technology also gives ILIFE A9 the ability to communicate with the users by reporting work progress or giving alerts in case of malfunction.
This vacuum can also be app controlled. Therefore, you can download ILIFE APP, a WiFi-connected app to get full access to A9’s functions anytime and anywhere. Furthermore, you can easily setup your cleaning schedules, starting a cleaning cycle, or tracking task progress with the cleaning map. There is also a remote control for the A9, to schedule and control it.
Above all, iLife A9 robot vacuum cleaner has a charging base which it can easily return to when low on power and when cleaning processes are completed. There is a LED light on the A9 start/pause button which pulse until the vacuum is fully charged, and then the light will switch off. The robotic vacuum cleaner can clean for up to 120 minutes on full charge.
iLife A9 robot Vacuum Cleaner Price and Availability
The iLife A9 price starts at around $219.99. It is available at retailers like Gearbest, Banggood, AliExpress, and Amazon US.
iLife A9 Vacuum Cleaner Specs
Here are a few specs of the iLife A9 Vacuum Cleaner:
- Type: Robotic Vacuum Cleaner
- Functions: Vacuum
- Suction Power: 1000pa
- Cleaning Range: Up to 100 square cm
- Dry Cleaning: Yes
- Wet Cleaning: –
- App Control: Yes, iLife App
- Dimension: 330*320* 76mm
- Weight: 3.1kg
- Water Tank Capacity: –
- Dust Box Capacity: 600ml
- Noise (dB): ≤50-65dB
- Auto Docking: Yes
- Filter Type: Dual filter
- Anti-Collision System: Yes
- Drop Avoidance System: Yes
- Battery Capacity: –
- Charging time: up to 4 hours
- Run Time: 120 minutes
- Auto Charging: Yes
- i-Voice Assistant
- 22 Sensors
- 2-in-1 Roller Brush
- 20mm Climbing ability
- Auto charging.
- Anti-drop / Cliff Sensor
- Remote control.
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