Unlike other mops on the market, this one comes through as a self-cleaning robot that washes and dries. I have been running the Narwal every day for about a week and what I love the most is the charging base. You can see a display that shows the current cleaning status, my den alerts, and other things.
Not only that, the robot itself looks really good too. The mop and magnets can be easily attached and removed which makes it user-friendly.
Instead of manually taking the robot out of the base, you can simply attach the exit button and it will leave the station. This future is convenient when you need to switch the cleaning model or enter the dustbin and you can send it back to the base which if you don’t know the base has two large water depths for clean and dirty water.
Each container holds five liters of water, which is the biggest in the industry. The clean water tank is used towards them and empties the dirty water. It will return to the base every once in a while, to clean itself and then gets back to finish the job you can choose between three mop settings, dry, normal, and wet, and select going in cycles up to three times per room.
I tried inputting concentrated coffee stains to test the modern performance and I let it dry. After two mops, Narwal removed the stains almost completely. For the second test, I used coffee and two types of sauce, and Narwal removed all stains except for maybe a tiny bit of what was left. The only reason why is it can’t vacuum and mop at the same time. Which honestly isn’t a big issue but if you make a mess you might want it having suction while it’s also mopping.
There’s a capacity of the dust being is 400 milliliters, which is from the smallest site. You can see a HEPA filter and the model has two magnets. So installing is really easy, there is no clean and brush on the suction port but there are two side brushes on the display. You can see currently in progress to tell us the cleaning performance on hard floors.
It’s scored 91% at the end which is good and not only that but Narwal has the largest battery in the industry. It lasts for up to three hours on a single charge. I was truly impressed by the corner’s ability because of its shapes.
I wouldn’t recommend getting any other vacuum other than Narwal because many of the others we’ve reviewed do not support saving multiple maps, don’t have a big battery, isn’t good with carpet, and don’t have the robotic-like functionality.
Narwal truly is a masterpiece robot that cleans itself, charges itself, has a base station to empty out dirty water, and can talk to you. No other vacuum on the market has this many capabilities.