Dreame Bot L10 Pro: test / review I bought my first robot cleaner a long time ago and the world has changed since then. After testing the excellent Yeedi, it's now Dreame's turn with its Lidar sensor out of a science fiction movie.
Dreame T20 : test / review I am not used to testing vacuum cleaners but the Dreame T20 had titillated my curiosity and was offered at a competitive price on Indiegogo. This will be the first time one of my tests will help me with household chores.
Yeedi Mop Station: test / review I have tested several robot vacuums/cleaners but the Yeedi Mop Station is by far the most interesting, it is the first robot with a really efficient floor cleaning.
Lefant M210s: test / review For less than £200 the little Lefant M210s will fit almost anywhere under your furniture and suck up most of the dust. It's not as powerful as a Yeedi but it's definitely cheaper.
Dreame H11 Max: test/review The Dreame H11 is a curiosity in the world of hoovers, half hoover and half cleaner, it is able to remove stubborn dirt without any effort.
Yeedi Vac 2 Pro: test / review The Yeedi Vac 2 Pro is a vacuum at the crossroads between a vacuum and a cleaner, it uses a vibration system to make cleaning more efficient without sacrificing suction power.
Jimmy HW10: test / review I tested a new Chinese curiosity with this Jimmy HW10 which combines the function of a broom vacuum cleaner with that of a cleaner. The idea is interesting but does it work?
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