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Automate cleaning tasks with this Coral One onyx two-in-one vacuum. The battery lasts up to 90 minutes, so there's plenty of power to handle extensive tasks before having to recharge. This Coral One onyx two-in-one vacuum automatically returns to the dock for recharging once cleaning is finished, saving both time and energy.
Keeps carpets and hard floors looking great
Care for surfaces of all types with flexible cleaning options.
Helps you transport the vacuum from room to room and floor to floor.
Saves time and energy with no bags to buy or replace.
Allows you to clean in tight spaces. Combination dusting brush/upholstery tool helps you clean your furniture thoroughly.
0.1-gallon dust cup
Holds an amount of dirt, so you can empty it less.
Help enjoy a healthy living environment
A HEPA filter traps particles, so your living space can remain mostly free of allergens.
Lithium ion battery
Provides up to 90 minutes of run time per full charge.
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Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Owned for 7 months when reviewed.
It works... my Mobility is limited so I use it. It has no pattern whatsoever in which the area it covers it may cover a particular Area 15 times before covering a different area so it takes a very long time to clean a small room.
It would also be good if the suction strength could be increased, there may be a way to adjust it if I read the booklet again...
Likely the worst product I have ever bought. a) The noise is unlike any robot cleaner I owned (not merited vs suction power, i.e. is just noise) b) gives error messages for no reason (as if it were blocked by phantom objects) c) gets stucked by a mouse f art (like any tiny little thing makes this vacuum give up) d) can't find home base even if you put it right in front (decides to take off in the EXACT oposite direction where the home base is, regardless how close, then take an around the world trip bumping into anything and 20 mins later finds the home base/charger).
The robot worked great for 6 weeks then it quit working. I have cleaned brushes, checked the suction, and tried to charge it with the charging station. The handheld portion works. I have tried to contact the company's support several times and get no answer.
This is our first robot vacuum and I'd say it's a good one. Bought it for half the price as a deal of the day. The Coral One does a good job vacuuming our carpet and hardwood floors. It has a brush in the corner for edges and it cleans up pet hair well. The handheld vacuum (which is the motor you take out of the floor vacuum) has the standard attachments and it also came with an extender. Oh and it has a simple remote, too.
The motor and air sound isn't that loud (except on turbo mode). The sensors do stop the vacuum from slamming into things or falling downstairs. It does slowly return to the charger on its own. One unexpected thing is that it stops and tells you when it's full and needs to be dumped. It's gotten stuck a couple times in tight places and does go over the same area again sometimes. I guess at first it's supposed to learn the layout of the floor and right now the path it takes seems very random. The floor vacuum is pretty high, so it won't fit under low furniture. It did run at the advertised 1.5 hours before running low on power.
There are a couple minor flaws. It gave an error a couple times while on the charger. Also, it didn't quite center itself when it returned to the charger one time, and had to be placed in the center by hand. The one bigger complaint is that it's supposed to clean everyday on a schedule set by us, but we haven't gotten it to leave the charger on its own after the scheduled time is reached. That's really ok with us since we'd rather just use it every couple days or when necessary.
I wish it had a setting for multiple floors and that it would shut off or make a notification when it gets stuck. All in all, I think the Coral One is a good product at a good price.
The vacuum liked the edges of each room --in about a 2 hour time period, it never went to the middle of any of the rooms. It continually got stuck up against a wall or corner--it would just run in the same spot, seemingly unable to maneuver it's way out. When this happened, I could smell the unit heating up as it sat in one spot not moving --kind of a very faint burning smell. I only kept this for 2 hours --boxed it up right after trying it, and returned it for a Roomba!
I did like the idea of the handheld vacuum and everything went together easily --it was also easy to empty the dirt that was vacuumed up... Disappointed that it didn't do the job I was hoping for.
Quality seemed very good --Value was fine --Ease of use was very good --it just didn't work.
A:AnswerThe handheld vacuum is essentially the motor of the floor vacuum that you pull out with the handle. It's the heaviest part of the whole vacuum. I'm pretty sure it would be able to clean a car very well. Ours came with an attachment to collect the dirt, standard attachments, and an extender for cleaning higher areas. The floor vacuum doesn't have any accessories.
A:AnswerIt is supposed to but ours has successfully returned to the charger just once. Other times, when returning to the charger, it roams around and then runs out of power. I don't know why it can't just head straight for the charger. Ours did return a second time but it was at a weird angle and wasn't touching the contacts to be able to charge.