Proscenic P11 Smart Cordless Vacuum Review
Proscenic P11 Smart Cordless Vacuum Review
2023/01/12 04:37
The Proscenic P11 smart cordless vacuum cleaner has three adjustable suction power levels, up to 30KPa (Max mode) makes it easy to vacuum up dust and debris from floors and carpets. It also has multi-stage filtration system that captures 99.99% of the particles ejected during cleaning and locks in small particles without leakage, providing cleaner air for the environment and the ultimate cleaning experience. The Proscenic P11 Smart is a cordless “stick” vacuum cleaner that never seemed like a necessity to me. Prior experience with cordless vacuums showed me the batteries never lasted very long and they were never powerful enough to be useful. I was content to just be stuck with my heavy plug-in floor vacuum to get the job done until now. After using the Proscenic P11 Smart cordless stick vacuum cleaner I will be reaching for this a lot more often. Battery technology and brushless motor advancements have turned this cordless vacuum into a must-have for me It can connect using the Proscenic App (via Bluetooth) monitor the status of accessories in real time, check errors, and track your cleaning reports. There's also troubleshooting help and online customer contact to help you solve problems faster. It has 450w brushless motor, the rotation speed can reach 130000rpm and generates 25000pa suction, far exceeds that of cordless vacuum cleaners from another brand. With 25000pa suction, it can suck the dust, hairs, or even the shells of nuts. LED touch screen, visual interface, battery level, error codes, and suction modes can be shown on the screen and can choose the suction level by touch screen, very fluid. It has quick charge technology, it can finish charge in 2.5 hours, saving 2 to 3 hours than another vacuum. The P11 smart supports the use of a pet brush set (Sold SEPARATELY, ASIN: B09NDFXW25), which allows you to use several brush heads for pet hair care. Not only to comb, clip and remove pet hair, but also to absorb dust from its hair surface, while also collecting hair into the vacuum cleaner in time to keep your home clean and avoid scattering hair around the house. This portability and the attachments enable you to sweep dust and crumbs off furniture, get into the nooks and crannies between your wall and your refrigerator, or even behind a toilet with no effort. We will note that it isn't an exceptionally lightweight stick vacuum, which becomes readily apparent when using it in handheld mode. Instead, it weighs just around ten pounds. For reference, a gallon of milk weighs eight. If you need to vacuum something above torso height, such as your blinds, curtain rods, or the top of your door jambs, you may find that this quickly becomes somewhat tiresome to hold. Still, it isn't the worst. The Proscenic P11 smart vacuum may be a cordless vacuum cleaner, but it doesn't mean it's a pushover when it comes to cleaning power. The manufacturer claims that it can get up to 30,000 Pa of suction. For reference, a standard upright, corded vacuum gets 20,000 Pa. We thought the vacuum did well, exceeding our expectations when picking up dirt, hair, and crumbs. It worked well on carpets and exceptionally well on hardwood floors. When used with the floor attachment, we especially appreciated the ball joint at the head of the sweeper. It allowed us to maneuver easily around table legs and under coffee tables. It features three suction modes that you can switch between on the fly. By default, the vacuum starts in automatic mode. This mode allows the Proscenic P11 to switch power levels as needed, increasing power on carpet and dirtier surfaces and decreasing it on linoleum and hardwood floors. Eco mode is a lower power mode that is ideal for routine cleaning. It uses the least amount of power, allowing you to vacuum for longer. Even in Eco mode, we were impressed by how well the vacuum did. Max mode is perfect for stubborn spots that need a little extra help. For instance, we loved this mode for sweeping in corners, around baseboards, and the under the lip of the cabinets in our kitchen. When it inevitably comes time to empty your vacuum, all you'll need to do is push a single button and dispose of the dirt in the nearest trash receptacle. Being cordless, a battery-operated vacuum can have a somewhat short battery life. That's true of the Proscenic P11 Smart vacuum as well. You'll get about an hour of run time when in Eco mode. This is our preferred mode for our Sunday afternoon cleaning routine. It allows us to vacuum all the rooms in our apartment without stopping to recharge and works great to pick up your standard level of dirt. We already use a robotic vacuum that sweeps regularly, so Eco mode is perfect for picking up anything the robot may have missed. Max mode runs for a shorter period of time — only about 10-15 minutes at the absolute most. However, it's unlikely that you'll need to use Max mode when sweeping your entire house. Max mode is best reserved for those especially dirty jobs or areas you clean infrequently. Of course, if you're like us and you clean a few high-traffic areas of your home a few times a week, automatic mode is an ideal way to make sure you're getting all the gunk out of your carpet and not wasting your battery life on your hard floors, too. To recharge the vacuum, you place it on its recharging cradle. Like many others on the market, the cradle can be screwed into the wall, though if you rent your apartment, you can also attach the cradle to the vacuum in a less destructive way. Recharging from empty took us about two and a half hours. Overall, it is good quality of vacuum and if you're in the market for a cordless vacuum, there's a lot to like about the Proscenic P11. It's compact enough to store in a closet when not in use, and its attachments allow you to keep your home and car dirt free.
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