Elicto Everybot RS500 Robotic Spin Mop and Polisher – Your New Favorite Cleaning Robot
Nobody wants to spend their free time cleaning, but most cleaning robots just don’t get the job done. They have a hard time getting into corners, don’t have enough cleaning options, and aren’t great on hardwood or tile floors. The Elicto Everybot RS500 Robotic Spin Mop and Polisher aim to solve all these problems.
The Everybot is a friendly-looking little robot, but don’t be deceived. The 5,600 rpm motor is plenty powerful enough to leave your hard floors sparkling clean. The motor powers a rotating spin mop that removes dirt and polishes at the same time. The mop features ultra-soft microfiber that cleans without scratching, so you can feel good about giving the Everybot free reign over your recently re-furbished hardwood floors.
An auto water-supply system keeps the mop surfaces wet, while the dual water tank design means you don’t have to fill the robot up halfway through a cleaning session.
The Everybot utilizes a one-touch operation for ultimate simplicity. But it also comes with a remote (more about that in a second). The compact design means the Everybot is at home in even the smallest apartment.
The best part about the Elicto Everybot RS500 is the seven unique cleaning modes. Let’s run through them real quick.
Auto Mode: The default mode. Moves around your house mopping, polishing, and utilizing a sensor to avoid obstacles and walls.
Intensive Mode: In this mode, the Everybot moves slowly across a small predetermined area to provide maximum cleaning power. Great for sticky spots or stubborn, ground-in dirt.
Corner Mode: A lot of cleaning bots miss corners. Not the Everybot. A series of 180-degree rotations make sure your corners are as clean as the center of your kitchen.
Manual Mode: Here’s where the remote comes in! Use the remote to direct the Everybot to specific areas of the house for targeted cleaning.
S-Curve Mode: Trying to get the house clean five minutes before your mom visits? Activate S-Curve mode. The Everybot’s S-curve pattern will clean the most floor in the least amount of time.
Y-Curve Mode: Moving out? You have to get that security deposit back. Put the Everybot into Y-Curve mode and watch as the overlapping pattern erases the evidence of all your ill-advised parties.
Handy Cleaning Mode: The best mode, in our opinion. Once the Everybot is in this mode, you can use the handle to pick it up and wet mop all kinds of surfaces: windows, walls, cars, tubs, you name it!
The Elicto Everybot RS500 Robotic Spin Mop and Polisher usually costs $279 but is currently on sale for $239. That’s a great value considering how much time you’ll save. Why mop when a robot can do it for you? Welcome to the future!