Packed with a laser navigation, 3,000Pa suction, and a removable mop, the Xiaomi Mi Robot Vacuum Mop 2 Pro is competitively priced compared with more expensive models. It's quite capable of sucking up dirt and loose fur, and the mop also works well to give your place a scrub.
- Google Assistant control
- High-frequency sonic vibration mop
- 3,000Pa suction
- App control
The Mop 2 Pro is pretty easy to set up, just find a good spot and put down the charger dock. The mop attachment comes separate, but snaps on the bottom. I do note you have to undock it first since the mop module is located on the charging side. This is unlike the Ecovacs Deebot T9+, which lets you switch modules without having to undock.
Much like most modern robot vacuums, the Mop 2 pro does map your house, and is pretty accurate. However, trying to divide the rooms on the Mi Home app is a bit clunky. I can't easily divide the rooms I wanted at certain areas, which is odd. But you can set no-mopping areas, and you'll need to do so, because the vacuum doesn't automatically avoid carpets unlike the Deebot T9+. So don't use the mopping function before setting no-go lines!
Performance is great, the robot vacuum does a great job of sucking up all the loose pet hair in my house. It's not too loud, either, at the default setting. The bot uses a standard back and forth pattern to clean. I like that you can choose from vacuuming only, mopping only, or both together. You'll have to empty the 450ml bin manually. There's no auto-emptying add-on. It's pretty simple to do so, though. A run takes about 52 minutes to clean a 45 sq metre area. The 5,200mAh battery looked capable of doing at least two runs.
Retailing at S$549, the Xiaomi Mi Robot Vacuum Mop 2 Pro is a bit pricier than the usual Xiaomi offerings. While it's not as fully featured as the Deebot T9+, it's still worth considering for its mopping and suction strength. Get it from Shopee or Lazada.
Note: Review unit provided by Xiaomi.
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