New range of robotics.

After making its debut in the Australian market with the Deebot Ozmo 930 wet and dry robotic vacuum cleaner, Ecovacs is now extending its robotic range with the Deebot Ozmo 610, Deebot R98 and Winbot X window cleaner, unveiled at an exclusive media event held in Sydney’s eastern suburbs.

Ecovacs Robotics country manager, Damian Commane said, “We have a vision of a robot helping every Australian family, freeing up time from cumbersome chores such as window and floor cleaning that will enable people to do more of what they love.

“With 500 world-class R&D employees, a strong and ongoing commitment to R&D and a presence in over 40 markets, it’s fantastic that we are now able to introduce our brand into Australia and we are very hopeful that Australians will embrace the innovation that we are introducing.”

Ecovacs Robotics country manager, Damian Commane with Ecovacs Robotics general manager, Wenning Liu at the official launch in Sydney

Deebot Ozmo 610

Joining the Deebot Ozmo 930 (now compatible with Google Home), the Deebot Ozmo 610 is equipped for both mopping and sweeping. Compatible with Amazon Alexa, users can also schedule and monitor a clean using the Ecovacs app.

Cleaning modes include Auto Mode for general daily cleaning, Spot Cleaning for spot intensive cleans, Edge Mode for cleaning specific edges, and Max vacuum for stubborn floor messes.

The 610 is currently available at Bing Lee, Betta Home Living and select Harvey Norman stores with an RRP of $899.

Deebot R98

Featuring both a robotic vacuum and cordless hand-held vacuum for door corners and high ceilings, the Deebot R98 (pictured) goes through a five-stage cleaning system; sweep, lift, vacuum, mop and dry in a single pass. It also features a self-emptying dustbin meaning longer clean time and less time emptying the dustbin. It can also be controlled by the Ecovacs app.

The R98 is currently available at Bing Lee and Betta Home Living with an RRP of $1,399.

Winbot X

The Winbot X cordless robotic window cleaner made its debut at this year’s CES in Las Vegas. Designed for both indoor and outdoor use, the Winbot X is powered by an internal battery and is able to move freely along windows, navigating itself using a tether system. A warning signal will sound if a problem occurs.

Ecovacs’ Damian Commane demonstrating the Winbot X

It features a four-stage cleaning process, starting with an automatic cleaning mode focusing on the space beneath the robot, while Deep Clean mode ensures the surface is revisited a second time as part of the process. Advanced fan technology and edge detection technology ensures the space is fully cleaned.

RRP and availability is yet to be confirmed.