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Why the BS900 Cordless Vacuum Cleaner is a good choice for you? 0

Why the BS900 Cordless Vacuum Cleaner is a                                        Good Choice for You?

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Nowadays, the need to keep a clean home and the advancement of technology has made cleaning products such as cordless vacuum cleaners are more and more required in people's daily life. Today we will review the BS900 Cordless Vacuum Cleaner on its features and advantages in relation to the BS800 Cordless Vacuum Cleaner, and also will compare with other similar cordless vacuum cleaner.

A brief description

BS900 Cordless Vacuum Cleaner, which is an upgrade to BS800, equipped with 25KPA power suction, up to 55 minutes of running time, with longer battery and charging time of 2-3 hours, and with a hard floor brush and carpet brush included for more efficient cleaning of your home.

Why is it better?

- Cost effective

If your current cordless vacuum is not strong enough to suck up the food debris or dust that have been spread on the floor, don't worry, BS900 has a 400W motor, with a rotation speed up to 1500 rpm, and an ultra-strong suction power up to 25k, which powerful enough to keep your house very clean. Sounds great right?

- Maximizing cleaning time

I know, everybody has many occupations and our time is very limited, so as long as we can minimize the time we dedicate to cleaning, we will have more time to complete other pending tasks. For that, BS900 has excellent wireless runtime distributed as follows:

● 55 minutes at 7KPA ,

● 20 minutes at 13KPA ,

● 8 minutes at a maximum of 25KPA

In this way, if you have enough time, you can choose a 7KPA suction cleaning, if your time is short choose 13KPA, and if you are in a hurry 25KPA is the ideal.

- Faster charging time

As mentioned, the time we spend doing something is very important, and it is tiring to be waiting a long time until our product is charged and finally can use it again. Therefore, the BS900 uses a battery with a super fast charging function that allows a full charge in only 2-3 hours, allowing us to save time.

- Clean your floor and carpet at your comfort

Because cleaning on different types of floors is often complicated, BS900 includes two cleaning brushes, one cleaning brush for hard floors and one carpet cleaning brush. In addition, it brings two additional cleaning devices that you can use according to your needs.

- Collect much more dust

The dust container is 0.6 large and removable, enough to collect the dust from the floor and carpets. Moreover, it has a button that allows you to open the lid of the container and easily empty the dust collected into the wastebasket.

- The dust cannot take refuge in the darkness more

Like its predecessor, it uses LED light in front of the vacuum for night vacuuming and clean in dark and hidden places, where debris and dust take refuge and go unnoticed.

- Stylish decoration in your home

It is designed with a black-purple cover and has a bracket that allows you to fix it on the wall, complementing your home with an elegant and attractive decoration.

What's the difference?

Now we review the main improvements of the BS900 over theBS800, its predecessor, to give you a better understanding and to help you in choosing your new cordless vacuum cleaner.


- Suction power capacity

BS900 has a suction capacity of 25KPA, while the BS800 of 23KPA.


- Efficient cleaning time: 

BS900 has 3 speed modes: 55 minutes for 7KPA,20 minutes for 13KPA and 8 minutes for a maximum of 25KPA. 

On the other hand, BS800 has only 2 speed modes: 15 minutes at the highest speed and 30 minutes at the lowest speed.


- Charging time: 

BS900 recharges in a maximum time of 2-3 hours, while BS800 of 4-5 hours. Definitely more efficient.


                                                 The table exemplifies the improvements between BS900 and BS800

Now we will review features between BS900 with its Tineco A11 Master.


- Power-Voltaje: The brushless motor voltage of BS900 is 400W, while Tineco A11 Master has 120W, which means a more powerful motor of BS900.


- Runtime: BS900 runtime is up to 55 minutes in mode1, while Tineco A11 Master up to 50 minutes. However, in mode 2, BS900 up to 20 minutes and 8 minutes at a maximum KPA. 


- Dustbin capacity: The dust recipient capacity in both is 0.6L, which indicates that both are good at collecting dust and debris.


- Charging time: The BS900 charging time is about 2-3 hours, while Tineco A11 Master about 4-5 hours.


- Multi-Use: Both can easily be converted to a handheld vacuum cleaner to clean corners, stairs, etc.


- Design style: Another aspect is that the compact BS900 container is much more comfortable and easy to empty the dust, as well as to disassemble and wash it. 

As we see, BS900 has a pretty good improvement and higher performance over other versions and products of the same type. Therefore, it is undoubtedly a very good investment for your cleaning needs and maintaining a much cleaner home than before. I'm sure that you will be fascinated with  BS900 when you get it. 

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Isui, a design expert specializing in smart home products. Served as a consultant for many well-known smart home brands. His product research report has been rated as the best evaluation standard.

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Do You Really Understand These Signals? 0

Do You Really Understand These Signals?

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Have you ever been embarrassed by all kinds of flashing lights? Besides being blinded by these flashing lights, you still can’t understand what it means. I am your beacon. I know your troubles. So, let me guide you travel the light signals trip.

Flashing red indicator light, 2 beeps

Cause
• Robot’s bumper is stuck
Solution
Tap robot’s bumper several times to dislodge any debris that may be trapped underneath

Flashing red indicator light, 3 beeps

Cause

• Robot’s drop sensors are dirty

• Robot is stuck on the ledge of a staircase and cannot reverse

Solution

• Clean the drop sensors gently with a dry cloth

Place robot in a new location

• Use a physical barrier to block off the problem area

Flashing red indicator light, 4 beeps

Cause

• Robot’s power level is too low

Solution

• Manually charge robot for at least 5 hours

Solid red indicator light, 1 beep

Cause

• Robot’s left / right wheel is stuck

Solution

• Turn off robot and remove any hair or debris from the left / right wheel

Solid red indicator light, 2 beeps

Cause

• Robot’s side brush is stuck

Solution

• Turn off robot and remove any hair or debris debris from the side brush

Solid red indicator light, 3 beeps

Cause

• Robot’s suction fan is stuck.

Solution

• Turn off robot and remove any hair or debris empty the dust collector

• Make sure the suction inlet is not blocked by any hair or debris

Solid red indicator light, 4 beeps

Cause

• Robot’s rolling brush is stuck

Solution

• Turn off robot and remove any hair or debris from the rolling brush

Flashing blue indicator light, while charging in the station, continuous beeps

Cause

• Any robot's internal component is damaged

Solution

• Please contact the seller directly for repair / replacement


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What Should You Do if Your Robot Vacuum Cleaner Falls Down Stairs Suddenly? 0

What Should You do if Your Robot Vacuum Cleaner 

                            Falls Down Stairs Suddenly?

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The life is always full of the unexpected. When you were eating, the lady in the next seat accidentally knocked off the water glass and spilled water all over you. When you call for help in a camping in the wild, you find that the damn cell phone had no power. When you were busy cooking, you answered a meaningless phone call, and returned to the kitchen, the fish was burnt.But life always has surprising warmth and forever hope. In the face of accident, we should not be afraid of it, but need to solve it. 

So what should you do if your vacuum cleaner falls down stairs accidentally? Cry on the street? Or squat on the floor and pray? No.

As we all know, Bagotte robot vacuum cleaner use spinning brushes and a vacuum to pick up dirt or debris, much like traditional vacuum cleaner. In fact, Bagotte robot vacuum cleaner can use various of sensors to avoid dangers and stay on track with its vacuuming tasks.

But, will Bagotte vacuum cleaner really falls down stairs?

General speaking, our vacuum cleaners are equipped with kinds of cliff sensors(also called infrared sensors), which can prevent them from falling downstairs. These cliff sensors will stop them from the edge of stairs as they approach the dangerous edge. However, if they are left unattended for a long time, troubles will still occur.

First of all, before we discuss the limitations of our Bagotte vacuum cleaner, let us see how the sensor work.

Bagotte vacuum cleaner uses kinds of sensors to navigate and perform vacuuming activities. These sensors are connected to the intelligent system of the device, which maintain the safety of the entire device and prevent them from any terrain and environmental hazards. When the device starts to work, its sensors will transmit the corresponding data to the microprocessor. Then the microprocessor can alter the device’s movement locus and cleaning paths that can protect the device.


Besides, Bagotte vacuum cleaner uses infrared sensors on its front and underside to navigate around the floor and avoid bumping. And also, these infrared sensors can aim downwards and continuously transmit and receive signals to let the vacuum cleaner know that it is approaching the ground.


If Bagotte vacuum cleaner encounters stairs and is located at the edge of the stairs, the cliff sensors will say to the intelligent system, “ Bagotte, my dear son, quickly increase the distance to the ground!”. Once the system is notified of the risk of falling, it will automatically calculate the best safe path for the vacuum cleaner to retreat form the edge. 

In this way, the sensor is safe and reliable under short-term unattended conditions. However, as the cleaning activities of the vacuum cleaner increase, the dust generated by the cleaner will cover the surface of the sensor. At this time, the sensor will not be able to send and receive signals, so the cleaner will not know what kind of ground it is approaching. In this situation, the cliff sensors would fail to notify our vacuum cleaner, and finally, it goes to the death road and says goodbye to you. Thus, we should clean our sensors regularly. As you know, the dirt will influence the scatter function of infrared sensor. If the dust concentration is high, it will cause the sensor to work normally, and it is impossible to judge the danger ahead.

Besides, if you find vacuum cleaner accidentally keeps hitting everything hard or accidentally runs backward even there is no obstacle in the front, It's also caused by the accumulation of dust.

So, what should you do for that? 

Well, I believe when you see here, you already know what to do. 

1-Remove everything on the front bumper and wipe it clean with a dry cloth

2-Wipe the sensors located on the bottom of the robot with a dry cloth

By the way, except the situations mentioned above, cliff sensors also have difficulty on the dark or black carpet.

Why? When the cliff sensor encounters a dark or black carpet, especially on a carpet with a very uneven surface, the infrared signal emitted by the sensor will be scattered by the carpet, which will cause the vacuum cleaner to overestimate the vertical distance between the sensor and the carpet.

Therefore, we recommend you using a even and lighter carpet.

Lastly, go ahead! Everyone! Clean your Bagotte sensors regularly!

What’s more, Brushes are cleaning consumables and need to be replaced regularly. You can click the link to buy them.

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9 Tips to get the best performance of your Robot Vacuum Cleaner 0

9 Tips to get the best performance of your 

                         Robot Vacuum Cleaner

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Here at Bagotte we are concern that you can get the best performance of our products that’s why we have prepared a list of a few handy tips that will alloy you to have longer lifespan Vacuum Cleaner. 

1-Clean after each use

After every cleaning cycle, your robot vacuum cleaner will collect dust, hair and a bit everything that it will find on the floor. To make sure its suction performance is at its maximum, you’ll like to do a bit of cleaning after (or before) using it. Empty the dustbin, make sure the brush doesn’t have hair that would interfere with the rolling, quickly clean the filter to remove the excess of dust. These operation won’t take you much time and will help your robot vacuum cleaner giving its best.

2-Remove harmful object

Although Bagotte Robot Vacuum Cleaner is very smart, it is programmed to vacuum and it’ll vacuum for sure. However it cannot make the distinction between regular stuff it can vacuum and things that might damage it. So make your to make a quick inspection to check if there are no metal nails, wire, excess quantity of water on the floor. Any of these might damage your robot.

3-Change the filter periodically

It is recommended to clean the filter after each cleaning cycle however you also need to change them after a while. The periodicity depends on how often you use the vacuum cleaner. If you use it on a daily basis, then we recommend you change the filters every month, if you use it more like once a week then you can change it every 3 to 4 months.

4-Clean the sensors monthly

Sensors for a robot vacuum cleaner is like compass for a sailor, they are the one to make the robot navigate through your house, avoid the stairs or the furniture. After several cleaning cycle, some dust might accumulate on the sensors, which might have an influence on the cleaning performance of your vacuum cleaner. Therefore, once a month, you can use a clean towel or napkin and gently clean the sensors. Do not use any water of detergent.

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5-Check and change the side brushes

As you cleaned every other part of the cleaner, side brushes also need they time in maintenance. When the side brushes are too full of debris, they cannot spin well and that will consume more battery, so once a week you might need to check if so debris like hair, dental floss or other are stuck in the brush, if so, clean it before you launch a new cleaning cycle. Also if the brushes are too worn out, won’t be able to clean as well as new ones (especially on the wall sides). If you find out your robot’s side brushes are worn out, do not hesitate to change them.

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6-Respect the battery charging cycles

The batteries are the heart of the devices, it is important to take care of them. In order to do so and in order to maintain the battery lifespan for a longer time, avoid overcharging the robot vacuum cleaner as well as it is better not to charge the battery when it is still half full.

So we recommend that you launch longer cleaning cycle, to use as much battery as possible and then charge it. Once it is completely charged, unplug the charging base until it is meant to be used again 

7-Do not expose to extreme temperature

Extreme temperature can be harmful to the battery and other sensitive components of the vacuum cleaner. When you set up the charging base or when you have to store the device, avoid such places as garage, attic or balcony as the robot will suffer for overheat that will shorten the battery lifespan.

8-Use Manufacturer’s Accessories Only

Always buy the replacement parts from the genuine manufacturer. These parts are tailor-made for your vacuum cleaner. You sure can find cheaper parts but there are no guarantee about the quality nor about the compatibility with our Robot.

You need replacement parts such as Filters, Brushes or Batteries. we got them here

9-Make sure the rooms are bright enough

The sensors are what the robot vacuum cleaner relies on to move around your home and avoid them to fall into stairs. Make sure your home has enough light to prevent your vacuum cleaner to fall off a step.

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Matthew, a research and development manager specializing in smart cleaning products. Served as product manager in many well-known companies. There are ten years of product development experience and rich product architecture knowledge.  

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