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Apr 01

Moneual RYDIS H68 Pro From Above

The day has arrived to clean your place. But the weather is finally nice outside and all you want to do is to take a walk in the park and grab brunch with your friends. There has to be a compromise that will let you do both right? There is and the near perfect solution is from Moneual with their RYDIS H68 Pro combination robot vacuum and mop.

RYDIS H68 Pro Quick Test

Overview:

Sure, you have seen various robot helpers doing everything from cleaning windows to mowing the lawn, but what about actually vacuuming and mopping your floors while you are out having fun? The RYDIS H68 Pro vacuums and mops at the touch of a button or on a schedule. Its cool sports car design gives it a modern look. And it’s super smart too. It finds a way to clean under couches, chairs, TV stands and those hard-to-reach places with its twin side brushes and 3.23″ height.

It barley skips a beat when presented with tough situations, for a robot cleaner, like a multi-texture floor where carpet transitions to tile and then back again several times. And even while doing all of that, it detects spots on the carpet where it will stop, back up and then continue again to make sure it swept up everything with its high powered BLDC motor and multi suction brush.

RYDIS H68 Pro Mop InstalledRYDIS H68 Pro Mop Installed

Moneual says that the H68 Pro does a “beyond satisfactory” job of cleaning floors. After my tests, it certainly reached further than I thought a robotic vacuum cleaner could. I found out that its shadow active cleaning mode is automatically switched on when it detects areas that don’t get direct sunlight. A more concentrated method of cleaning makes sure it sucks up dirt and dust bunnies I can’t even see.

No more was this evident in an area of my place where I have a thick area rug with a large ottoman and tight spaces in between. Initially, it wasn’t able to transition directly onto the area rug. But, it kept coming back to the space after cleaning the rest of the floor. It found a way underneath part of the sectional where the rug was smooth enough to power up onto. It found tight spaces that required several rotations in order to move forward. But then it proceeded underneath another part of the couch. After that, it remembered how much power was needed to transition between the carpet and rug.

Amazingly, it cleaned in spots that I haven’t had a chance to get to in a while. The somewhat small 600cc dustbin completely filled in one 30-minute session. However, I was left with horizontal and vertical brush strokes on a clean carpet and dust free tile in the kitchen. My old manual push vacuum now seems like an antiquated piece that belongs to yesterday’s forgotten cleaning tools. The available appointment mode on the RYDIS H68 Pro lets me focus on having a little more fun come cleaning day because I know it has my back.

Moneual H68 Pro Top ViewMoneual H68 Pro Top View

Conclusion:

Get a Rydis H68 Pro now and have a clean floor in about a half hour for a typical sized room. Other robotic cleaners require two separate devices to vacuum carpets and mop tile or wood floors. This does both in one machine for less than half of what it would cost for two robotic cleaners. The H68 Pro is available at their website in April, just in time for spring cleaning. Thankfully with the Moneual RYDIS H68 Pro, you won’t need to break the bank or your back anymore to get a clean place.

Rating: 4.5/5

Pros:
- Competitively priced combination robotic vacuum and mop.
- Battery lasts long enough to finish a complete vacuum.
- It problem solves through tough to vacuum areas.
- Fun to watch while it performs a cleaning.

Cons:
- The dustbin is somewhat small at 600cc.
- Can get caught up on three layers of stacked carpeting and in super tight corners.

Disclosure: I received a Rydis H68 Pro at no cost for review. I did not receive compensation for this review. Photos are courtesy of Moneual. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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