OSOTEK HotWave is a new mop vacuum cleaner with a multifunctional charging station that provides hot water mopping, dual self-cleaning, and hot air drying. Since it mops and vacuums simultaneously, it cuts the cleaning time in half. Best of all? After vacuuming, this nifty multi-tasker automatically cleans itself. How awesome is that!
Osotek HotWave Mop Vacuum Features
- Hot water mopping
- Powerful vacuuming
- Dual self-cleaning
- Hot air drying
- Automatic water refilling
- Intelligent IR mess detection
- Intellignet voice prompt
- 3l water tank
- Two-tank tech
Osotek HotWave Cleans Your Floors, And Itself
This multi-task helper is lightweight and cordless and capable of performing 35 minutes of uninterrupted cleaning. It provides nine combined cleaning modes and it comes with an infrared sensor that detects the thickness of messes and stains and adjusts the suction level in real-time. It cleans tiles, hardwood, marble, vinyl, you name it.
The versatile cleaning device boasts up to 7500Pa suction power and a roller brush that rotates at the speed of 1000 RPM for effortless vacuuming and mopping that will leave your floors sparkling clean. And, you can say goodbye to dragging a mop bucket around filled with warm water. Thanks to the cutting-edge Superthermal high-temperature cleaning technology, the station heats and fills the tank with hot water with a press of a button.
And the best part is – when you are done, you are done! You don’t have to remove, wash and dry the roller: the base station automatically takes care of that itself. Every second of mopping, the brush cleans itself 15 times. After it is done, it cleans itself once again in the base station. Then the drying mode switches automatically to drive the brush completely. Osotek HotWave uses hot air to remove moisture and prevent bacteria growth and unpleasant odors.
The mean cleaning machine is available in two colors, Obsidian Black and Ivory White. The super early bird deal is quite a steal as it is currently down to $499.
Learn more at Kickstarter.com.