Australians have something a little out of the ordinary on their Christmas lists this year, with robotic window cleaners in high demand.
One woman couldn’t wait until the big day to open her cleaner – and sent it on its ‘maiden voyage’ a month early.
‘I must say she is very, very noisy. I’m pretty excited to see how well she goes,’ the woman said.
The woman posted a video of her square-shaped robot gliding over her windows – and it was met with enthusiasm showing just how popular the gadgets have become.
‘I have been thinking of ordering one for a while – let me know how it goes,’ one woman said.
‘This product excites me as I hate washing windows,’ said another.
‘You’ve got my attention, we have the robot vacuum, but this looks amazing,’ said another.
Some women questioned whether the machine would be okay for windows which are difficult to access.
Australians have something a little out of the ordinary on their Christmas lists this year – with robotic window cleaners in high demand
But the original poster said it comes with a safety cable and long battery life so shouldn’t be a problem.
‘Thankyou for sharing, this is incredible,’ another person said.
‘I would have walked straight into your windows they are so clean,’ said another.
The video shows the robot gliding along floor to ceiling windows with ease and is not the first robot of its kind to cause a stir.
The video shows the robot gliding along floor to ceiling windows with ease and is not the first robot of its kind to cause a stir
The HOBOT 388 robotic window cleaner, currently on sale for $459, claims it can be ‘used in seconds with no technological know how’.
It works by using a powerful vacuum system with suction force that sticks it to the glass.
The suction then mimics the pressure you would apply to a window when typically cleaning it, as well as removing any potential dust from the window.
Homeowners are rushing to get their hands on a robotic window cleaner that removes dust, dirt and grime from your glass and means you’ll never have to scrub again (pictured)
The HOBOT 388 robotic window cleaner (pictured), currently on sale for $459, claims it can be ‘used in seconds with no technological know how’
The vacuum has been designed to hold to the window whether it’s in a vertical or horizontal position.
The brushless motor is low on noise levels and uses window detergent to dissolve dust and polish windows without leaving watermarks in seconds.
The cleaning cloths are made from microfibre and cotton, and can be washed in your washing machine and re-used again when you need to.
It’s not just windows that you can use the robot window cleaner on.
The vacuum also works with tiles, marble and mosaic walls.
Some who have bought the cleaner said it also works well on glass pool fences.
Thousands who spotted the window cleaner (pictured) online said they couldn’t wait to get their hands on it and it’s ‘worth every cent’
Thousands who spotted the window cleaner online said they couldn’t wait to get their hands on it:
‘Omg this is worth every cent,’ one commenter posted on Facebook.
‘This is so cheap compared to some of the others,’ another added.
A similar model on Kogan is currently sold out.
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