Robot mop cleaner review

Robot mop cleaner review

Robot mops are at their finest in the garage. They work at their worst in a house. On the one hand, they make vacuuming more manageable, allowing you to set your robot to go on a specific floor of the house, run it over a prescribed route, and be done with it. But on the other hand, they make mopping simple, but the mess isn't really on the floor anymore. It's all in the sink. The dirty mop heads end up on the floor. They are water-waste weapons rather than simple wands that clean.

Overall performance and efficiency

Three Spin Robot mop is one of the best robot cleaning technologies on the market, but sadly, it falls far short of cleaning a traditional vacuum cleaner. Of course, it's not meant to be.


Robot mop cleaner reviews

When it comes to robot mop cleaning, there are two brands that are making some serious noise. The Three Spin Robot mop is known as a hot new robot mop—and with good reason. At just under $349, this robot mop from Bissell will do the dirty work on its own, cleaning floors for you. And the best part? It also packs rechargeable power and intelligent tech to control and schedule cleanings. The Three Spin Robot mop hasn't quite been tested in my household (we have two small children who might puke on it the second it gets within a foot of their butts), but in tests in tech websites, the EVERYBOT has done a stellar job. The Bissell model only features a four-foot cable, which would be great for smaller houses or spaces. The other robot mop you need to watch out for is the iRobot Roomba 960.


Most sophisticated robot mop

 Three Spin Robot mop is generally designed for use on hard floors, but our robot vacuum cleaner can tackle various types of flooring.

You'll find a selection of robot mops in the robot vacuum cleaner reviews, but below are the most advanced models for 2017.

See the robot vacuum cleaners we've tested

Neato Botvac D3 Connected

  • Packs a wallop
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Alexa, Google Assistant
  • Robust cleaning technology
  • Design isn't the most attractive
  • Filling tray is flimsy

It's hard to know where to begin with a Neato. While they might not be perfect, they're hard to beat. Not only are they incredibly reliable, but their cleaning abilities are peerless. This Neato is the last of its breed in terms of capabilities and value.



 For the most part, Robot Mop cleans just fine. However, it can't effectively clean pet fur or other large, messy filth because it has no suction. I also don't like that it breaks down dust bunnies into fine dust that can get trapped between vacuum hoses and hair and just can't be picked up. However, it does help your floors, and when used the proper way, it certainly cleans far better than a standard mop.

Robot mop prices range from $60 to $1000. It's not a bad product, but it's one that isn't worth splurging on unless your cleaning needs are just that bad. "This robot mop is an awesome product for the price, it can mop and dry to wipe up a spill in about the time it takes me to get a mop out and wring it out.