Self-Cleaning Robot Vacuum – Narwal T10

The Narwal T10 is the world’s first robot mop and vacuum that is able to clean itself. The Narwal T10 is a 2-in-1 robot vacuum that includes the vacuum itself, and the base cleaning station which the robot will periodically return to in order to self-clean and offer a hands-free cleaning experience.

In terms of design, the Narwal T10 is quite simple and comes in a minimal all-white finish. The vacuum features a strong motor with 1800Pa suction and dual triangular mops that spin up to 180rpm. The mops spin in alternating directions to ensure a deep clean and that all the dust, dirt and stains are removed. You can also easily change between mop and vacuum modes by simply switching out the module at the bottom of the Narwal, the vacuum will intelligently detect which module is attached and switch modes.

Upon initial setup, the Narwal will automatically charge itself and create a smart map of the room. The Narwal utilizes LIDAR technology to accurately map and navigate your home. Using the application, you can also set No-Go zones for the vacuum to avoid, schedule cleans for various areas. The vacuum includes a variety of smart sensors to help with the vacuum’s navigation and obstacle detection, including wall sensors, cliff sensors, and distance sensors. The Narwal is also relatively quiet during its operation at 45dB, so you can have it running in the background and not be disturbed or interrupted.

The base station for the Narwal is equipped with a clean water tank and a wastewater tank, both of which can hold up to 1.3 gallons each and allows the Narwal to clean up to  2,150ft² of space. The Narwal will automatically detect when its mopping pads are dirty and return to the base station to wash, rinse, and dry itself. Afterwards, it will return to where it left off and continue cleaning. The Narwal also automatically charges itself and has a battery runtime of 3 hours.

The Narwal T10 is available now for $1099. Check out the video below for an in-depth review of the vacuum.