The Yeedi Vac Station mops and comes with a self-emptying station. Here’s what we thought of this self-sufficient robot vacuum. There are lots of robot vacuums out there but if you want to set up cleaning schedules without having to remember to empty the bin each time, or if you hate poking around removing dust and dirt by hand, you should consider one with a self-emptying bin.
The Yeedi Vac Station
The Yeedi Vac Station mops and comes with a self-emptying station. Here’s what we thought of this self-sufficient robot vacuum. There are lots of robot vacuums out there but if you want to set up cleaning schedules without having to remember to empty the bin each time, or if you hate poking around removing dust and dirt by hand, you should consider one with a self-emptying bin. There are two types of self-emptying stations available in the business world: fixed and mobile. Fixed stations are typically attached to a wall or workstation, and mobile stations are always connected to the cloud. Fixed stations are also called “stationary,” while mobile stations can be mobile, fixed, or both. These types of handheld vacuums are great for general cleaning or mop duty, but the Yeedi Vac Station is the first and only fully operational handheld vacuum on the market. It cleans in all stages of cleaning from root Bud to floor Mary. It even cleans the stairs. It comes with a two-stage filter system, so you can choose between a more powerful 500w or a cheaper 200w model to get the job done right. The low-power 500w model works great for DIY projects and general cleaning, while the higher-powered 200w model works great for commercial applications, delivering even better results.
Unlike the handheld models that come with a nozzle, the Yeedi Vac has a hose that you can attach to a base to create a powered suction line. This feature is absolutely necessary for oil and water neighborhoods where lots of dirt gets stuck. Weighing just 4.5 pounds, the Yeedi is 100% robotsafe and comes with a two-stage dirt filter that works on a daily or hourly basis. This means it keeps your floors, stairs, and other hard surfaces clean for up to 24 hours on a single charge. And because it’s powered by the belt drive system, it can be packed into a small suitcase.
Efficient fuel tank
The same belt-driven system that powers the vacuums also makes the Yeedi and other handheld vacuums efficient at filling up the fuel tank. Weighing just 2.6 pounds, the handheld Vac has a tank that holds 80 cents worth of debris and holds 77 cents worth of fuel. The tank is filled with air and the motor is setup to do so as well. With 47 hours of run time on a single charge, the vacuuming system is efficient and uses less fuel than other handheld vacuums on the market.
Noise level control
Many handheld vacuums feature programmable sounds to let you know when and how much to vacuum. The Yeedi Vac has no sound alerts whatsoever. You set the mode, select which areas need to be mopied, and the vacum is auto-dislodexed. This means there is no tedious manual work or the need for an operator to manually clear the mop from the floor.
Travel with you
Travel with you is key to any handheld vacuum. The smaller the travel mug, the more often you’ll be using it. The more frequently you use the handheld, the more often you’ll need it. The more frequently you need it, the more often you’ll want it.
Travel with you is another key to handheld vacuuming. Small travel bags with included brushes and filters are essential. Get the right brushes and you’ll be fine. Get the right filters and you’ll be smooth as silk. The more frequently you use the handheld, the more often you’ll need it. The two most important factors to keep in mind are how often you clean the bag and how often you “shovel.” One you’ve got the basic fundamentals down, you can go from there.
Bundling up on a handheld vac is never a good idea. The less-than-optimal conditions under which the handheld is used and how often you need to use it can wreak havoc on your hard-disk-based home theater system, for example. You should generally clean the handheld once a month or once a week, depending on your cleanliness standards. The handheld should be stored in a plastic bag or a zip-loc bag with a built-in collar to keep it from pulling up your back. If you keep the handheld in the garage, a large plastic grocery bag would do just as well.
If you want an efficient, quiet, and travel-free handheld vacuum, the Yeedi Vac Station is the one to buy. It cleans everything in its path, even the most difficult of floors. It is packed with useful information that will help you clean your home better than ever.