New and Updated Robot Window Cleaner is finally available in the US market.


The robot HOBOT 298 is designed to clean medium and large windows. It is equipped with a 5m power cable and a safety rope for outdoor use. It works in two modes - a single zigzag pass with horizontal lines and a single pass with vertical lines. In one cycle there is a double, maximum surface cleaning. There are two types of pads used for washing. The first is yellow for wet washing. The second is blue for polishing. The cleaning speed is one square meter in 2.4 minutes.

The HOBOT 298 window cleaning robot has a function of wetting the surface to be treated while it is working. In simple words, the robot periodically sprays a cleaning solution onto the surface, thereby increasing the quality of cleaning, especially for heavily dirty windows. The liquid container can be easily removed during cleaning to refill and continue cleaning. The final step in the process is to polish the window with blue pads, turning on the double-pass function.

The HOBOT 298 is equipped with a gyroscope sensor, laser sensors, and a navigation system with AI-Technology 3.0, which controls the movement of the robot. The robot automatically detects the size of the surface and cleans large areas up to 6 meters wide. The minimum size of the area to be cleaned is 40x40 cm. Thanks to the laser sensor, it also cleans frameless glasses and mirrors without any problems. For ease of control, a separate Start / Pause button has been added to the robot's body. For more control, HOBOT can be connected to proprietary application on your smartphone and receive notifications about the cleaning progress.

HOBOT 298 window cleaning robot is essentially a continuation of very popular HOBOT268/288 line of robots that are already known to all in the US and around the world.

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