Samsung aren’t just about market leading phones and kick-ass TVs, they even make robot vacuum cleaners. The kit from the South Korean conglomerate cleans up your dirt and debris, but where do you turn to mop up a spill or buff your surfaces to a high shine? Now, Samsung has come up with the Jetbot Mop – able to do some serious cleaning of your vinyl, laminate, tile, or hardwood floors. You can even use it the conventional way and manually clear walls and windows, too. Your floor gets a good buffing from the spinning pads, giving you sparkling surfaces on which to walk on. The tanks automatically dispense fluid and only require a refill after 50 minutes of runtime.

Built into the Jetbot Mop are smart sensors to make navigation of your home a breeze, keeping it out of the way of hazards like furniture or carpets. It’ll even get right into the edges of the roon to make sure your home is thoroughly cleaned. What’s going to really surprise you, as it did for Patrick Hearn when he tried one out for Digital Trends, is it’s versatility. Pick up the Jetbot Mop and you can use it as a handheld cleaner for your walls and windows. You can get the build up of grime off your bathroom tiles or clean up your windows with ease.

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Christmas isn’t too far off, meaning the annual thoughts at how to keep everything clean with trees indoors, friends and family trudging through everywhere, and the general chaos of the holidays. Your robot vacuum can take over much of the day to day cleaning, but who’s got time to clear is the flour your spill whilst baking? Samsung offers an alternative with the Jet Stick Vacuum.

You get a cordless vacuum when you buy the Jet Stick Vacuums, ready to be used in asy space, including on the floor. They’re lightweight and have up to 200 watts of suction power and a five-layer HEPA filtration system that traps up to 99.99% of dust particles and allergens. Allergies season isn’t too far away with fall around the corner. Using the Jet Stick Vacuum may reduce your sneezing with less dust particles flying around your home. 

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Once charged, you get 60 minutes of use out of the Jet Stick Vacuum. The battery removes easily so you can swap if for a spare if you’ve got big spaces to vacuum. The vacuum takes 3.5 hours to charge and comes in at just six pounds, with a 180-degree swivel head which makes it a breeze to clean under furniture.

You can get a Jetbot Mop for $250 and a Jet 90 Cordless Stick Vacuum for just $600. Samsung is working at making cleaning your house loads easier, and makes stuff like cooking and doing the laundry loads easier. 

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