Dyson 360 Eye Robot Vacuum Cleaner Price in Hong Kong & Specs

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Dyson 360 Eye Robot Vacuum Cleaner Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
Model360 Eye
DateSep 2016
Power
Runtime45 min
Charging time2.45 h
Power consumption (typical)160 W
Design
Dust container typeBagless
Colour of productBlue, Nickel
ShapeOther
Performance
Dust capacity (total)0.33 L
Stairs detectionYes
Automatic base station returnYes
Integrated sensorsInfrared sensor

Reviews of Dyson 360 Eye Robot Vacuum Cleaner

geardiary.com
Reviewed on 2017-06-01
Ability to schedule a set time each day for the robot to clean, It's less wide than most other robot vacs, so it can get in narrower spaces, You can start an unscheduled cleaning at any time through the app, Battery lasts more than long enough to clean my...
It's very expensive; It won't work well on carpets with fringe or thin carpets; Its powerful suction can attach itself to loose cables or wires (so keep them out of the way); It may not be able to get under lower furniture due to its height
While attending IFA Berlin in 2015, I learned Dyson would have their own robot vacuum coming at some future date. I kept my eye out for it because I like Dyson products, but I'll admit to experiencing a bit of sticker shock when the Dyson 360 Eye Robot wa...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2017-05-05
Powerful cleaning abilities, Accurate navigation thanks to 360-degree camera, Can be controlled by multiple phones, Scheduled cleaning through app
Very expensive, Can't clean under low furniture or in tight corners, Battery life could be longer
While iRobot's Roomba might be more of a household name when it comes to robot vacuums, Dyson has cornered the market on high-end uprights for some time now. And if its first entry into robotics is any indication, iRobot had better watch out. The Dyson 36...
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androidheadlines.com
Reviewed on 2017-02-13
Robot vacuums are becoming more and more common, and with that increasing popularity comes an increase in competition. There are quite a few big names in the vacuum industry, but not many are as well known as iRobot or Dyson, the latter of which fairly re...
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androidheadlines.com
Reviewed on 2017-02-02
Dyson made its name years ago when introducing a brand new look to the generally boring world of vacuum design, but it wasn't just the look that got people's attention back then. Dyson's vacuums performed incredibly well, even with pet hair and full bins...
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slashgear.com
Reviewed on 2016-10-05
Excellent cleaning, Compact footprint more nimble around chair legs, App is straightforward and summaries are useful, Potential for firmware to address shortcomings
Very expensive, Tank tracks aren't infallible, Edge performance can be hit and miss, No way to block off zones or no-go areas
Dyson ‘s first robot vacuum arrives with plenty of fanfare, promising more suction than the competition, more flexible trundling on its tank tracks, and smarter cleaning with vision-based navigation. As with all the British icon's products, however, that...
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geekdad.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-23
Last year, I sent my trusty old bumper-car of a Roomba to that scrap heap in the sky It had served my family well, but the Neato Botvac D80 had claimed its spot as the defeater of dust bunnies in our house It was obedient, intelligent, and, when it wasn't...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-27
Dyson's 360 Eye robot vacuum systematically maps out floors, has a simple companion app for remote access, and is powerful enough to collect a lot of unwanted dirt and grime
It costs $999/£800 and didn't perform as well as the similarly app-enabled $700 Neato Botvac Connected or the $900 iRobot Roomba 980
The Dyson 360 Eye is a solidly recommendable robot vacuum. Of the dozen-plus autonomous floor cleaners we've tested to date, it (mostly) holds its own alongside the best of the best. There's just one not-so-tiny problem -- price.Like Dyson's other small...
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tomsguide.com
Reviewed on 2014-01-23
The mop pads attach to the robot's underbelly, just behind the vacuum opening and two sweepers. The device can also carry up to 6 ounces of water, which it uses to dampen the mop pads as it works.Like many other vacuum robots, the H68 scans the room it's ...
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gizmodo.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-08-22
You'd think that the first robot vacuum from a company like Dyson, who reinvented the vacuum, fan, and hair dryer, would rival R2-D2 when it came to functionality. But with the 360 Eye, Dyson instead focused on creating a robovac that did one thing very w...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-07-27
Dyson's 360 Eye robot vacuum systematically maps out floors, has a simple companion app for remote access, and is powerful enough to collect a lot of unwanted dirt and grime
It costs $999/£800 and didn't perform as well as the similarly app-enabled $700 Neato Botvac Connected or the $900 iRobot Roomba 980
The Dyson 360 Eye is a solidly recommendable robot vacuum. Of the dozen-plus autonomous floor cleaners we've tested to date, it (mostly) holds its own alongside the best of the best. There's just one not-so-tiny problem -- price.Like Dyson's other small a...
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pcauthority.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-07-07
If there's one thing I've learned from passing cleaning duties over to a robot vac for a fortnight, it's that we're a long way from being ruled by an army of AI-powered overlords. Don't get me wrong, the Dyson 360 Eye is astonishingly smart for a vacuum...
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canadianreviewer.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-19
Robot vacuums, flying cars and hoverboardsRobotic vacuums are a category that seems to have been willed into existence by technophiles and fantasists. An autonomous robot that cleans your home is on an esteemed shortlist, it is right up there with the fly...
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whatsyourtech.ca
Reviewed on 2016-08-03
For Dyson, the idea that a robotic vacuum needed to exist is nothing new. The company was already developing a prototype back in 2001 and while Sir James Dyson stressed that the product should be a ‘vacuum first, a robot second,' the very first iteration...
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mobilesyrup.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-20
“Robot vacuums are here,” gestured Mike Aldred with his hand at waist height, one of the key engineers behind Dyson's 360 Eye robot vacuum.”But we want to make them better,” said Aldred, moving his hand level to the height of his head.Given how impressive...
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