While we do not have a hands-on review of the A10 Mopping, we do have a review of the successor to the A10, the iLife A11 which also has both mopping and vacuuming.
Review the dimensions, color and other physical and visible characteristics of the robot vacuum.
The sensors and navigational aids the robot vacuum uses to move and assess floor surfaces and condition.
Run and recharge time for the robot vacuum cleaner.
The cleaning modes the robot vacuum cleaner is equipped with.
Additonal cleaning characterstics of the robot vacuum including its filter, cyclonic action and if it is rated for use in homes with pets.
If and how the robot vacuum integrates with mobile apps, smart home platforms and other technologies.
The surfaces the vacuum cleaner is capable of cleaning.
The manufacturer warranty and certifications for the vacuum.
The A10 Mopping has a length of 12.99 inches, a width of 12.6 inches and is 3.74 inches tall.
Yes, the A10 Mopping is both a robot vacuum and mop.
No, the A10 Mopping does not have HEPA filtration.
Yes, the A10 Mopping can store multiple maps, allowing it to be used on different floors of a home.
According to iLIFE, the A10 Mopping can run for up to 100 minutes before running out of battery power. Do note that maximum run time is calculated with the robot vacuum running in its lowest suction power setting. If the A10 Mopping runs out of battery power while vacuuming, it will return to its dock, recharge, then resume cleaning where it left off.
It takes the iLIFE A10 Mopping approximately 380 minutes to fully recharge its battery.
No, the A10 Mopping is still being manufactured by iLIFE and is a part of their family of Robot Vacuums.