Bug I

The robotzoo Bug Floor Cleaner. A nimble little floor sweeper that’s evolved to get int tight spaces in-between, around and under furniture. This is the most simple of robotzoo’s robotic floor sweepers, with the key features that are needed to get the job done.

What’s in the box?

  • 2000 mAh, 14.8V lithium battery, fully charges in 3-4 hours.
  • 19 watt motor, runs for 100-120 minutes on full charge.
  • Whisker brushes (x2) sweep dust & lint into central suction slot (no brush roller).
  • Dust gets sucked into into small 183 ml bin.
  • Dimensions – diameter of 29 cm and low profile height of 6.5 cm.
  • Remote control operable within 10 meter range.
  • Australian compliant AC Adapter.
  • Bump sensors as well as IR obstacle detection sensors.
  • 3 speed automatic cleaning action.
  • Accessories – AC Adapter, IR Remote + batteries, Dust Filter x1, Whisker Brushes x2.


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Want to know more about the robotzoo Bug?

Robotic floor cleaners are not that new, are they? They have been around for more than 10 years. But the pricing until now has put them out of the reach of most households. Now these little labour saving devices get better and better, and cheaper and cheaper as time goes on. The ç Bug floor cleaner and  RobotZoo Beetle floor cleaner put these bots within the reach of anybody’s budget.

What’s special about the robotzoo Bug floor cleaner?

The robotzoo Bug Floor Cleaner is a nimble little floor sweeper. It’s evolved to get into tight spaces in-between, around and under furniture. The robotzoo Bug is the most basic of robotzoo’s robotic floor sweepers. It has just the key features that are needed to get the job done.

The robotzoo Bug floor cleaner comes with an Australian compliant power supply. There’s an ongoing availability of accessories and consumables from the robotzoo homesite. robotzoo provides a 12 month BotCare warranty. And there’s benefits of being a robotzoo Member for anyone who takes one home.

What do you need to know about safety?

Floor cleaners are generally safe to run, when they’re used properly. They usually operate indoors in a dry environment rather than in the wet. They run on rechargeable batteries rather than mains power. And they operate at relatively low power and speeds. It’s hard to hurt yourself using a robotic floor cleaner, but there are some things to watch out for.

Electrical Safety?

The AC Adapter is all important. It must comply with Australian standards, carry the RCM mark, and include the standard 3 pin Australian wall plug. robotzoo is very careful about these points. Heavy fines and jail sentences apply to anyone selling electrical equipment in Australia that is non-compliant with Australian electrical safety standards. And so they should.

Many suppliers, particularly on Ebay, Amazon or Alibaba will ignore these points, either wilfully or out of ignorance. Especially those overseas suppliers selling online who are out of reach of Australian law. There is no protection for Australian consumers who try to save a few dollars buying from these overseas suppliers. So buyers beware!

Device Safety?

If the floor cleaner goes over a ledge, it could fall and hit someone below on the head, or even worse, become damaged itself (just kidding). That’s why some models of our floor cleaners have a step sensor underneath to detect when the floor falls away, and allow the device to back off.

Proximity Safety?

Sometimes, you will want to stop the floor cleaner from entering (or exiting) a certain space, eg. wet areas, or even pool areas.  That’s why some models of our floor cleaners have an electronic ‘virtual wall’ that emits an infrared signal to tell its device not to go beyond a certain point.

Weight 2.3 kg
Dimensions 39 × 36 × 11 cm













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