Ecovacs Deebot Ozmo T8 AIVI Review [Robot Vacuum]

The Ecovacs Deebot Ozmo T8 AIVI robot is a genuine robot vacuum that doesn’t not only suck up dust and lint, it but also mops.

Moreover, it also uses artificial intelligence to map multiple rooms, avoid obstacles, and provide sufficient cleaning. It’s consistent with Google Assistant and Alexa, but even more amusing is that its camera can even be used as a security camera. The T8 has a lot going for it at first look. Here’s what I found when I tried it out.

Specifications

  • Vacuum Type: Robotic vacuums
  • Dimensions: 13.7 x 13.7 x 3.6 inches
  • Weight: 7.8 pounds
  • RunTime: 180 minutes
  • Cleaning Path Width: 14.5 inches
  • Bagless & Cordless: Yes 
  • Features: Simultaneous vacumming and mopping, Lidar navigation, AI Intelligent object recognition, Advanced dTOF sensors mapping, On-demand live video, Customized clean, Unlimited Virtual Boundaries, Multi-floor mapping, Missed area notification, Carpet detection, Works with Alexa, App control, High efficient filters
  • Technology: TrueMapping (Laser)
  • Controller Type: Amazon Alexa & Google Assistant
  • Suitable for: Carpet, Engineered woods, Hardwoods

Easy Setup

After you connect the app with the Ecovacs Deebot Ozmo T8 AIVI robot, then you must let it map your whole home. The TrueMapping technology is assumed to map your home floor with a 2x greater range and 4x exactness when compared to the company’s ancient models. If you have a home with a second story, the T8 can also make a separate map for every floor.

Ending of the mapping process can be tough, though. On the other hand, if it gets caught on something and you move it, then it has to start over. If it runs out of juice before its done mapping, it has to start over. Moreover, if it glitches out, it has to start over.

Additionally, to using A.I. to help it eliminate objects, the T8 has big, treaded wheels. They can drive over barriers up to 20mm high, which means it won’t get caught on door sills or little objects, so that sped up the mapping action.

Otherwise, other robot vacs tend to get snagged by these barriers, so it’s amazing that its strong wheels manage them like a champ. You must not need to run to save it from being run through as it mapped!

It mapped extremely fast. In fact, within one minute it had two whole rooms and then some mapped on the app.

Firstly, it has to clean the entire home, as well as check out the rooms, and then come back to its charging dock, or else it won’t save the mapping.

Although the app, you can name several rooms. Then, you can touch the map, and the T8 will trolly off to the venue to start cleaning.

In brief, this is a super-clever feature that gives you more control than other robot vacuuming processes. On the other hand, the problem is, though, you have to switch the app and then remap.

Ecovacs Deebot Ozmo T8 Mopping and Sweeping

For kind information, AIVI means Artificial Intelligence and Visual Interpretation. Ecovacs Deebot Ozmo T8 AIVI says that the improved AIVI technology in the T8 gives it a 200% faster visualization speed for objects and barriers around it, Basically, this means that it will run into and over objects less hourly. It does a good job of avoiding objects and only get stuck once.

Moreover, it also discovers when your floors need more suction to get a better tidy and adjust accordingly.

While it does map fast and eliminates most objects, it seems to miss a lot of spots, runs in random maps, and doesn’t get marges or around furniture much clean. Moreover, it also doesn’t aware you when its bin is full. So, it runs around and thinks its cleaning, but it’s really not.

After it sweeping, the app will tell you where the bot didn’t clean because it ran into barriers. The app will propose that you must move the objects so the T8 can go back and clean the particular area. That’s great, but some of the objects it proposed moving was furniture. That gives you a huge great moment.

the Kovacs Deebot Ozmo T8 AIVI has no problem passing over the transition lay bare to move from one type of flooring to another. As it mops, the robot quits very light water on the floor, which dries quickly.

DEEBOT OZMO vacuum cleaner

The Deebot kills 99.26% of the bacteria on floors

Actually, the moping feature involves just snapping a mopping pad to the bottom of the bot and filling the tank with water. According to the instructions, just water. Can you use cleaning solutions?

 Perhaps, but the manual doesn’t allow that you can. In spite of this, the Hygiene and Microbiology Research Center in Japan claims that the T8 kills 99.26% of the bacteria on floors.

When you mop, the T8 doesn’t suck up a lot of water from its sluice tank. It doesn’t leave much wet in its wake, though, and floors dried quickly on the medium water flow setting. Moreover, you can adjust the water setting, but the higher setting didn’t seem to leave much water on the floor.

Performance of ozmo t8 AIVI

In fact, before running a normal robot vacuum, You must always make sure to pick them up, but it automatically gets them back out and leaves them on your floor for the vacuum to get stuck on.

To put the Ecovacs Deebot Ozmo T8 AIVI’s obstacle-detection technology to test, if you intentionally placed dog toys that have tripped up other robot vacuums in its way.

The good news is without fail, the Ozmo T8 discovered the toys in its path and changed directions accordingly. It gets stuck once on the base of your couch.

Moreover, after the robot ends its job and goes back to the charging station, you get a notification in the app with a map showing the locations of barriers it identified. The app consults you to clear these barriers to improve cleaning skills.

In a brief, the robot works fastly and does an excellent job cleaning hard floors, medium-pile carpet, low-pile carpet, and. Moreover, it cleans in a smart, methodical path, making straight lines.

The robot automatically settles its suction to suit several flooring. If it transitions from hard floor to carpet, for example, it will automatically raise its suction power.

If you test, the battery lasts up to 170 minutes on a charge in auto cleaning mode, slightly shy of T8’s 200-minute estimate. Overall, this is the best battery life of any robot mop or vacuum you’ve tested, making it a fantastic choice for large homes.

Pros and Cons of Ozmo T8 AIVI

Pros

  • Automatically recognizes and avoids barriers
  • Extra battery life
  • Home monitoring with a built-in camera
  • Easy supports virtual boundaries
  • Voice support with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant

Cons

  • Little bit expensive

FAQ’s

Does Deebot Ozmo T8 AIVI perform well in tiles?

Yes. It’s ok with tiles.

Will Deebot Ozmo T8 AIVI recognize and avoid dog poop?

Yes, it recognizes and avoids dog poop.

Is the Deebot Ozmo T8 AIVI safe for hardwood floors?

Yes, it works much well on hardwood floors.

Deebot Ozmo T8 AIVI robot: Verdict

The Ecovacs Deebot Ozmo T8 AIVI robot is a unique robot with part vacuum, part mop, part home monitoring device, etc. It gets proud advanced mapping and navigation features that support it to successfully detect and avoid many barriers other floor-cleaning robots would get stuck on.

Moreover, from its companion app, you can move the robot around and can see a live video stream of what’s happening inside your home.

Justin M. Neal
Justin M. Neal

Justin is a freelance writer specializing in Home Improvement and Technology. He is an avid animal lover since he was a little boy. He lives with his wife Malina, son Oliver, and their purrfect angel cat, Fifi.

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