Proscenic M6 Pro Robot Vacuum Cleaner Review
Proscenic M6 Pro Robot Vacuum Cleaner Review
2022/01/10 20:17
I don't know about all of you but i find it very hard to believe that even people who can hardly use a smartphone own at least one robot vacuum cleaner. This is not an exaggeration since where i live robot vacuums have become extremely popular, even among people of well over 50 years of age. If that's not enough to pique your interest however according to official sales statistics between 2016 and 2019 well over 32 million robot vacuums were sold for domestic use worldwide. These numbers however are of course far from surprising since robot vacuum cleaners are indeed very useful and even though they can't replace "manual" cleaning entirely they can actually do a pretty decent job. As for me well since i have not one but four pets at home I’ve been very interested in reviewing robot vacuum cleaners which is why for the past 2 weeks I’ve been testing the latest M6 Pro by Proscenic. Proscenic" is a combination of “prosperous” and “scenic”, which symbolizes the future of intelligent life. The company was founded in 1993, it is a comprehensive home appliance manufacturer integrating R & D, manufacturing and sales. The company established branches in Japan, United Kingdom, Germany, France, to build a solid foundation for the brand's localized marketing and after-sales service, strives to build Proscenic into a leading brand in the smart home appliance industry in the next 5 -10 years. Just like the previous reviewed M7 Pro robot vacuum cleaner the M6 Pro is also an LDS (laser distance sensor) 3D mapping model that utilizes the IPNAS 3.0 navigation system and fully supports smart home integration for voice commands via either Amazon Alexa and/or Google Assistant. That's just about where their similarities end however since the M6 Pro features a motor with 2600Pa suction power, a total of 15 laser sensors positioned around the vacuum (these include the already mentioned LDS distance/mapping sensor along with several anti-collision, anti-fall and edge cleaning ones), single side brush, 3200mAh lithium-ion rechargeable battery pack (according to Proscenic it's just enough to cover areas up to 150 square meters), electric water tank (can control the volume of water via the app), remote control (convenient for older people) and of course WiFi 2.4GHz connectivity. This time over Proscenic however bundles two different bins with the M6 Pro, an 550ML dust bin and a dual compartment bin which can also be used for mopping (300ml for dust and 180ml for water). Of course, just like with the M7 Pro the Proscenic Home Android/iOS App allows you to fully utilize the M6 Pro by choosing several functions/commands such as selective area, zone, spot, edge and two times (twice) cleaning, virtual walls and scheduling.
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