ECOVACS Launches DEEBOT U2 Series

DEEBOT U2 Series provides frequent, in-depth cleaning at low rates; and offers industry-first, pet-designed U2 Pro 

FREMONT, CA: Smart home robotics company ECOVACS, launched its DEEBOT U2 series, an advanced entry-level vacuum and mop in-one-go robots on the market, setting a new standard for function and value in the category. The DEEBOT U2 and U2 Pro systematically vacuum and mop hard floors, unlike any other random-pattern entry-level vacuum-only robots on the market, more effectively cleaning homes to free up more time for family and fun. The U2 Pro delivers the first and only pet-specific vacuum-and-mop accessories with the U2; this is designed to tackle pet hair and dander efficiently.

Entry-level robot cleaners mostly have random patterns that deliver less efficient cleanings and do not include any mopping functionality. The DEEBOT U2 series presents a systematic cleaning process and an all-in-one-go vacuum and mop system to deliver greater cleaning and bacteria removal to hard floors. For vacuum only jobs, the U2 features three suction powers, including a Max+ for maximum carpet vacuuming. Through the ECOVACS app, users can also schedule cleanings and adjust the water flow level. Magnetic boundary strips, sold separately, will ensure U2s only visits and clean in their user's areas.

Also, the U2 Pro, designed specifically for pet families, additionally comes with:

• A silicone, bristle-free brush for tangle-free cleaning.

• An extra-large, 800 ml dustbin with a three-layer, high-efficiency filter for minute particles including dust, debris, and pet hair/dander.

• A 3200mAh battery for up to 2.5 hours of cleaning time.

"ECOVACS as a company is working to ensure we're innovating at every level to make smart home technology - and cleaning technology - accessible at every level, and with the DEEBOT U2 series, we're bringing the most advanced technology to the entry level of the RVC market," said Eric Bone, general manager, ECOVACS Americas. "We're taking advantage of having an entirely owned supply chain and economies of scale to bring smart products to mainstream consumers."

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