With its Legee 7, Hobot expands its range of floor mopping robots and enriches it with many features, starting with a laser rangefinder that allows it to locate itself in space and carry out methodical navigation.
Hobot Legee 7
The Hobot Legee 7 is the worthy successor of the Legee 688 to which it brings great improvements. His laser rangefinder allows him to methodically navigate, map his environment and install virtual beacons to prevent the robot from accessing certain places. It will be necessary to provide some around the carpets on which this floor scrubber tends to climb shamelessly. Intelligent and versatile, it effectively cleans all surfaces. Thanks to the multiple functions of the application, it makes it possible to obtain an almost tailor-made cleaning. The most painful thing is that he cannot cross the threshold bars on his own, which then forces him to pass him manually from one room to another.
- Wipe vibration system that brushes and polishes the floor.
- Laser rangefinder.
- Many features in the application (virtual barriers, etc.).
- Cleaning efficiency.
- A little high.
- Does not cross threshold bars.
- Does not recognize surfaces.
Hobot Legee 688
The Hobot Legee 688 is a real nice surprise. Intelligent and versatile, it scrupulously and effectively cleans all surfaces. The application is full of options that allow you to obtain an almost tailor-made cleaning. Among its few small flaws (lack of virtual beacons, high noise level), we especially regret that it cannot cross the threshold bars alone, forcing us to carry it to move it from one room to another. Still, the Hobot Legee 688 is a serious competitor to iRobot’s generally more expensive Braava Jet m6.