iRobot Braava 380t Robot Mop is a robot cleaner designed for cleaning hard surfaces like laminate floor, tile floor, gloss tile, etc. This robot has 2 cleaning modes: the dry mode to vacuum, remove debris from carpets and floors and the wet mode to polish your floor without any hassle.
It is a great product to clean pet messes and highly recommended for busy pet owners. However, this Braava 380t Robot Mop has a relatively weak suction compared to a standard robot vacuum cleaner (it is not a vacuum), and it does not connect to Wifi too.
Should you buy iRobot Braava 380t Robot Mop?
If you have large areas that accumulate dust and dirt easily, iRobot Braava 380t Robot Mop can be a right solution for your home. You should bear in mind that it is designed for hard floors so it is not suitable for vacuuming or cleaning carpets.
Here are a few features of Braava 380t Robot Mop:
Triple pass mopping action – clean amazingly hard surfaces
The Braava 380t Robot Mop will clean your floors with 3 passes on the same area to remove dirt and grime on the floors 2 cleaning modes: Braava 380t Robot Mop can do Mopping and sweeping. You can also uses different cleaning cloths for polishing your floors: either a reusable microfiber cloths or other disposable cleaning cloths are all applicable
Smarter navigation- move efficiently
iAdapt 2.0 Navigation is used on Braava so it can “remember” your floors while cleaning and clean more efficiently
Ideal for large spaces – Clean the whole house in just a single charge
Fast charging system – fully recharged in 2 hours
Fast charging with the Turbo-Charge Cradle. .
The package of iRobot Braava 380t Floor Mopping Robot includes:
- 1 iRobot Braava 380t Floor Mopping Robot
- 1 NA Adapter
- 1 2000 mAh NiMH Rechargeable Battery
- 1 NorthStar Navigation Cube, Channel 4 (requires 2 C batteries, included)
- 1 Microfiber Mopping Cloth, 1 Microfiber Damp Mopping Cloth
- 1 Multi-Purpose Cleaning Pad
- 1 Pro-Clean Reservoir Pad
- 1 Turbo Charge Cradle
Specifications of iRobot Braava 380t Floor Mopping Robot
- Dimensions: 15 x 4.5 x 13 inches
- Package Weight: 8.7 pounds
- Robot Dimensions: 3 x 8.5 inches
- Robot Weight: 4 pounds
Pros and cons of Braava 380t
- Cleans Effectively
- Easy To Use
- Hassle Free Operation
- Cleans Under Furniture
- Long Run Time
- Misses Spots
- Long Charge Time
- Can Get Stuck
- Difficult To Clean
- Small Debris Bin
Recommendation of of iRobot Braava 380t Floor Mopping Robot
- Hardwood Floors
- Large Rooms
- Small Rooms
- High Traffic Rooms
- Pet Hair
- Tile Floors
FAQs of iRobot Braava 380t Floor Mopping Robot
Does Braava work with the Turbo Charge Cradle?
Only Braava 380t is compatible with the Turbo Charge Cradle.
Braava 320 cannot be used with the Turbo Charge Cradle because it does not have charging parts on its back.
What kind of floors can Braava clean?
Braava is recommended for cleaning hard-surface floors such as: wood, tile, vinyl, laminate, etc.
Is Braava a vacuum?
No, Braava is not a vacuum. Braava uses cleaning cloths to both sweep and mop hard surface floors to keep them free of grit and grime.
Irobot braava 380t troubleshooting
If you are having problems with Braava 380t and would like to find troubleshooting, so here it is:
Troubleshoot when Braava 380t won’t turn on
What you see: Your Braava does not move, lights will not turn on. This can be due to 4 reasons: the Battery is not charged, the battery is no longer holding charge, the battery is not connected or the power button is defective.
Troubleshoot: check the battery carefully, replace the battery if necessary or fix the button power.
Troubleshoot when Braava 380t won’t move
What you see: Your iRobot Braava 380t turns on but it does not move. This can be due to the wheel system. The robot wheels are worn, stuck or broken. Sometimes, the wheel motor can be a problem too.
Troubleshoot: check the wheel system, replace worn wheels, check the side view to see if there are any pet hairs that get stuck on the wheel.
Troubleshoot when Braava 380t won’t move normally
What you see:Your iRobot moves in circles, not turning around. Again, this can due to the wheel system, either it is defective or is jammed with hairs. Sometimes, the mop head is not attached properly and can also cause this.
Troubleshoot: check the wheel system and the mop head.
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