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iLife A4s Robot Vacuum Review

iLife A4s robot vacuum review

The iLIFE A4s vacuum cleaner is built in a circular shape and contains a bumper wall at the head of the unit, which connects to a solid wall at the base of the unit. The design on the top of the vacuum is quite simple, as there is only an ‘Auto” button and the iLIFE logo.

Once you move down to the side of the iLIFE A4s, the filter and dust bin can be found at the base of the unit, within the wall, and a power switch is also located within this wall. Neither of these items stick out away from the vacuum, as both provide a flush and clean look.

If you flip the vacuum over, the dust bin can be seen once again, in addition to the front wheel, two charging pins, two spinning brushes, two bigger wheels, and the roller brush.

When it comes to aesthetics, the iLIFE A4s has a sleek, modern look. A majority of the unit is grey, but a thin chrome line breaks up a portion of the top of the vacuum cleaner. This combination creates a nice aesthetic, in my opinion.

bObsweep Pet Hair Robot Vacuum Review

bObsweep PetHair robot vacuum review

The bObsweep Pet Hair robot vacuum has a bold design with technology integrated into a 3×5″ LED screen on the vacuum face. Aesthetically, the bObsweep comes in two different colors. One has a bright red body with a black bumper at the front of the vacuum while the other is a lighter champagne color, also with a black bumper on the front.

From the LED screen, you can see various features like battery power, program settings, and different cleaning modes (UV mode, auto mode, spot cleaning, wall edge clean, or docked.)

The bObsweep PetHair does not have WiFi connection or app control, but it does have a remote control. The remote control allows you to turn on the UV mode, clean corners, initiate an automatic cleaning cycle, spot clean, charge the vacuum or adjust the speed. You can also use the navigation arrows to ‘drive’ the bObsweep vacuum to specific areas to clean or pause a cycle entirely. As a general rule, the bObsweep remote control works up to approximately 10 feet away from the vacuum, assuming there are no obstructions blocking the signal.

Dyson V6 Handheld Vacuum Review

Dyson V6 Trigger handheld vacuum review

The Dyson V6 Trigger cordless handheld vacuum takes the classic look of the Dyson, but in a compact, cord-free design. If you think you’ve heard of the Dyson V6, chance are that you have. Dyson released the following vacuums under the V6 collection:

V6 Trigger
V6 Baby + Child
V6 Top Dog
V6 Mattress
V6 Car + Boat
While the colors for the other V6 models varies, the Trigger handheld vacuum uses the signature gunmetal gray with royal purple accents. The purple is used to highlight the suction and filtration system.

This handheld vacuum has a large handle on one side with easy access to the power trigger which controls the unit. The Dyson V6 has a max suction power of 100AW and runs off of a Lithium-Ion battery.