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AEG RX9-2-4STN Bagless Robot Vacuum review

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AEG RX9-2-4STN Bagless Robot Vacuum review

AEG RX9-2-4STN Bagless Robot Vacuum review I hadn’t tested a robot vacuum cleaner before giving the AEG RX9-2-4STN Bagless Robot Vacuum a run for its money, and this wasn’t a problem – it was so easy to set, use and maintain. If you, like me, hadn’t owned (or used) a robot vacuum before then this could be a good one for you so our review is well worth a read. We’ve recently had our kitchen and dining area made open plan which made this the perfect playground for a robot vacuum to roam freely. The door to our front room was left open, too, so it could come and go as it pleased. Being completely level means that it is well suited for robot vacuum cleaners, with no split level to lift up-and over – this is upstairs in our house. Upstairs there are three bedrooms and the family bathroom, which is on another level and is somewhere the vacs don’t go. With so much house to run, a young daughter to entertain and working during the week, having the opportunity to review a robot vacuum was a welcomed relief. I was keen to find out just how automated the AEG RX9-2-4STN Bagless Robot Vacuum, since it has a big claim that ‘you don’t have to worry about a thing’ which sounds good, doesn’t it? We have a mixed bag of flooring throughout the home, too – porcelain tiles, solid wood flooring, coir matting and wool carpets and rugs – so I was looking forward to seeing how the robot took this on. Keep reading to find out how we got on then, take a look at our best robot vacuums buying guide to draw some comparisons. Ideal Homes rating 4.5 out of 5 stars Although this robot vacuum is mid-range, it’s ease of use and impressive suction power is to be commended. Once it has mapped out your floor plan and you’ve blocked off areas where you don’t want it to go into, the AEG RX9-2-4STN Bagless Robot Vacuum will work its way around the home (whether you’re there or not) until it has either run out of juice or the job is complete. Reasons to buy Really easy to set up Really easy to use Looks good Reasons to not buy Gets a confused when returning to base Mapping isn’t always clear AEG RX9-2-4STN Bagless Robot Vacuum Image credit: AEG Product specs: Cleaning time: 40 minutesCharging time: 2.5 hoursNoise level: 75 dB(A)Dustbox size: 0.7 litresNo. of settings: 3 Who will the AEG RX9-2-4STN Bagless Robot Vacuum suit? Busy family homes which need daily cleaning. Whilst the children are at school and you’re at work, the AEG RX9-2-4STN can be scheduled to vacuum around its designated area so it’s one less chore for you to worry about. If you have pets then it would be worth upgrading to the AEG RX9.2.4ANIM which has an ultra-filtration system and quicker charging time. A household it may not be well suited to, however, is a more cluttered home. There is nothing wrong with having a cluttered home but as with all robot vacuums their route will need to be clear. It could get quite annoying having to constantly move things out of the way of the vac so unless you’re happy to do this each time you run a scheduled clean or want a impromptu clean then the AEG RX9-2-4STN Bagless Robot Vacuum may not be for you. How easy is the AEG RX9-2-4STN Bagless Robot Vacuum to set up? Image credit: Future Plc / Jennifer Oksien Setting up the AEG RX9-2-4STN Bagless Robot Vacuum was initially something which I was dreading. I’m really not very techy and don’t have much patience so I thought this was going to be a challenge and a half, but I was relieved to discover that it is dead easy and all I needed to basically do was to download an app. I was a little confused as to which app I needed to download. On the Google PlayStore the AEG RX app was the most logical to opt for so I was surprised to see the message; ‘This app is no longer available. The AEG Wellbeing app has replaced the AEG RX app.Download and sign in with your existing Electrolux username to get started.’ At least it was signposted. With the AEG Wellbeing app installed you’ll just need to follow the step-by-step on-screen instructions which is very easy. You’ll also need to pop the side brush on and set up the base station in a corner of the room which the vac can easily access. There is some juice in the battery but as I found it didn’t last very long so best to return it to base and give it a full charge for a couple of hours. You can use this time to get more familiar with the app. It is quite basic, the app, and it’s not overly complicated to get your head around. You’ll see that you can schedule tasks, view and edit maps (when the vac has completed its maiden voyage), set one-of-three modes and view various elements to your profile. I also tried to connect the AEG RX9-2-4STN Bagless Robot Vacuum to Google Home, partly for the purpose of the view and also if I’m feeling super duper lazy or don’t have my phone on me so I can just say ‘Ok Google’ for a clean to begin. The key word here is ‘tried’. I failed to write down my password when setting up the vacuum and it seems that the only way I could reset it was to delete the device from the app and start the set up all over. This is something which I’ll come back to this review for with an update on whether or not I managed to get it to work with Google Home. What is the AEG RX9-2-4STN Bagless Robot Vacuum like to use? Control lies with the app although at a very…

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