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Kogan Compact Robot Vacuum $79 + Delivery @ Kogan


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The Kogan Compact Robot Vacuum provides up to 60 minutes of working time, and when you’re finished it can be fully charged within 6 hours.

Volume Dust Tray: 0.2L
Diameter 290mm
Height 76mm
Power Cord Length 1.5m
Weight 1.8kg
Continuous Working Time 40 - 60 minutes
Suction Power 400 - 500pa
Battery Voltage 14.4V NI-MH 850mAh
Charge Time 4 - 6 hours
Input Voltage 100 - 240V
Output Voltage 24V DC, 0.6A

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  • +6 votes

    when you’re finished it can be fully charged within 6 hours


  • +2 votes

    Beware it spreads dust and you end up buying Xiaomi vac to actually clean floors

  • +3 votes

    How many people own a Kogan Compact Robot though?

  • -1 vote

    "*Please Note: Due to advanced safety features, this product’s navigation response can be triggered by dark coloured carpets and may cause the unit to shut off. If your house contains dark flooring, you may wish to consider another model from our robot vacuum range."

    So the one room i was thinking it would be good for has dark purple carpet….


    How old is the design of this if it has Ni-Mh batteries? On the plus side, it's probably too old to be spying on you.


      Wow Mulder. Live a little.

      Pay a tip to robot restaurant.


      eneloops never old

    • -1 vote

      NiMh batteries are better than li-ion batteries in some circumstances.

      The main advantages of li-ion batteries are lower weight and slightly smaller size. Neither of these is much of an advantage for a vacuum cleaner.

      On the plus side for NiMh batteries, there are lots of places that will make a replacement battery pack for you, if you can't get a genuine replacement part at a reasonable price. For devices with li-ion batteries, you're out of luck. AFAICT, no business in Australia will re-pack li-ion batteries.


        Lithium ion also has a higher energy density and output, not to mention safer than NiMh in some circumstances, i also believe they dont suffer from the memory effect that NiMh do.


          NiMh have never suffered from memory effect. Ni-cad batteries did.

          Lithium ion also has a higher energy density

          I covered that when I said "slightly smaller size". It's not a huge difference, and not really relevant for devices that aren't hand-held.

          Lithium ion safer? How? I've never heard of a NiMh battery bursting into flames, but I've heard of lots of lithium-ion batteries doing that.


        Yes I agree, those are advantages of NiMh. Do you think they use this battery type because of those reasons? Or because the design is about 6-8 years old?


          I think the added weight is an advantage, in a device that depends on its wheels not slipping for correct navigation. When the cleaner bumps into something, a lighter device might spin its wheels on carpet, losing track of its position.

          I don't know if this device actually uses navigation, it might just be using a random movement pattern.

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