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Alfawise V10 Max vacuum robot: Budget model launched with LDS

Alfawise V10 Max vacuum robot: Budget model launched with LDS

Of course, an LDS is no longer a unique selling point, after all, laser space measurement via the small turret on the top is the ultimate in precise measurement. Every new top model comes with the technology. Now also a budget model; the Alfawise V10 Max. You can read here why this is something special with this robot. 











Alfawise V10 Max Laser Navigation Robot Wet and Dry Vacuum Cleaner 2 in 1 Sweeping Mopping Auto Recharge Resumption Smart APP Control Support Alexa Google Home EU Plug


$285.08


$259.99






Alfa…what?

 Alfawise is one of the many own brands of the Chinese shop GearBest. The robots are not manufactured by GearBest itself, but by manufacturers experienced in this field such as ILIFE, Roborock and others. Who produced the V10 Max was unfortunately not revealed to us, but here again an “ODM”, an “Original Design Manufacturer“, was at work. If I had to guess the choice of engine, parts and functions, I would rely on Roborock. But that’s just speculation.



The V10 Max is not the first Alfawise model, almost chronologically the V8S Pro E30B and V9S BL517 appeared before. The latter also brought a laser distance sensor (LDS). At least visually, the models are very similar to the Xiaomi, Roborock and Qihoo models, but the general round shape plus LDS also offers little scope. And in order to choose (gender-)neutral and nevertheless modern colors, the robots are all black or white. 

Alfawise V10 Max: More than budget?

 You have already seen the technical data in the table above and you are certainly surprised as I am: For a robot of this price class you get a lot of functions and at least according to the technical data sheet good to very good values. 2200 pa suction power, 2 h working time for (according to the manufacturer) up to 250 m² living space, 0.45 l large water tank and adjustable water quantity (low, medium, high) are only some of the core data. But what’s even more exhilarating is a total of 32 built-in sensors. If this is true, it must have a positive effect on the navigation. 


For those who like to use Amazon’s Alexa or Google Home at home, voice control is certainly interesting. However, as with most current models, this will be limited to the voice commands “Stop”, “Start” and at most the scheduling of working hours and sending back to the charging station. But here we like to be taught better. 

If you want to learn more, you can also watch the GearBest advertising video, but this won’t be too informative for those experienced with vacuum robots: 

We like competition on the market, even though it is getting a bit confusing with the many manufacturers and models. We are not one hundred percent convinced of what the Alfawise V10 Max can do in the household and do not want to be carried away by hasty assessments. But the price is tempting. Hence the question to you: Do you find the model so interesting that we should test it? 

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