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iLife V8s

"The iLife V8s Robot Vacuum Cleaner doesn't connect to your phone or support voice control, but it will diligently vacuum and mop your floors"
As posted by pcmag.com
Pros
  • Mops and vacuums
  • Good for low-profile furniture
  • Doesn’t require WiFi or apps
  • Large dustbin
  • Up to 100 min. battery life
Cons
  • No way to block off cleaning specific areas.
  • Rather loud between 60 – 67 dB
  • Poor mopping
  • Lacks app functionality

Overall Rating

81.3%
The overall rating was calculated based on 9283 customer and expert reviews from 11 review sites and 19 stores.
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  • 81.3%
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  • 81.3%
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  • 81.3%
    Dirt Compartment
  • 93.5%
    Battery Life
  • 81.3%
    Performance
  • 81.3%
    Features
  • 88.4%
    Vacuuming

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What experts are saying

The iLife V8s Robot Vacuum Cleaner doesn't connect to your phone or support voice control, but it will diligently vacuum and mop your floors for less than $300.

Pros
  • Affordable.
  • Mops and vacuums.
  • Good for low-profile furniture.
  • Multiple cleaning styles.
  • Supports scheduling.
Cons
  • No way to block off cleaning specific areas.
  • Lacks app and voice control.

A budget robot vacuum that can get around, but doesn’t do much else.

If you’re not ready to shell out five-hundred or more for a robotic floor cleaner, or if you’re not-so-tech-savvy, then look no further than the ILIFE V8s. This budget vacuum and mop in one is simple enough for everyone to use. No need for complicated smartphone apps and WiFi, which might make this a good gift for the grandparents (hint, hint).

Pros
  • Budget-friendly
  • Simple to operate
  • Doesn’t require WiFi or apps
  • Large dustbin
  • Auto-redocking
  • Up to 100 min. battery life
  • 6 cleaning modes
  • iDropping tech with 3 water settings
Cons
  • Scheduling takes several steps
  • Rather loud between 60 – 67 dB
  • No map storage
  • Can’t determine flooring types
  • Only very light-duty mopping
  • Suction nozzle can clog with hair
  • No WiFi or app controls
  • No voice controls

A robot vacuum that can mop up your home at the same time as a traditional clean – but is it any good?

Pros
  • Affordable price
  • Powerful clean
  • Lots of different modes
Cons
  • Poor mopping
  • Often got stuck
  • No app integration

The iLife V8s robot vacuum cleaner is a surprisingly capable machine that won't break the bank. It lacks some of the features of high-end robot vacuums, but will deliver excellent daily cleaning results that leave your home looking fantastic.Read full verdict

Pros
  • Multiple cleaning modes
  • Capable suction and cleaning abilities
  • Intelligent mopping system
  • Long cleaning time
  • Easy scheduling
  • Capable remote control
Cons
  • Lacks app functionality
  • No voice-assistant compatibility
  • No blockage or full dustbin warning system
  • Filters need replacing regularly

Chunky wheels and a large dust box mark out the iLife V8s robot vacuum cleaner as a decent budget option for hard floors.

I wanted to see if the iLife V8s could handle the day to day cleaning of a small to medium office. Here's what I found.

Pros
  • Dry vacuum and mopping feature
  • Two suction settings
  • Remote control override
Cons
  • Poor at sweeping pet hair from carpet
  • Maximum cleaning area 7m x 7m
  • Mop ineffective on filthy floors

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