S.Augrobots are the luxury object in the smart home, as the clever helpers can cost 400 euros or more. Aldi wants to change that and regularly lures people with smart cleaning aids at reasonable prices. The latest trick: On April 26, 2021, Aldi Nord’s MD 19900 will be a Medion vacuum cleaner for a mere 111 euros. The practice test.
The new Aldi vacuum cleaner can do that
What Medion puts in its vacuum robot for the small price can certainly be seen on paper. These are the most important functions and properties at a glance:
- Intelligent navigation systemthat cleans lane by lane and uses various sensors to orient itself in space
- Powered by rechargeable Lithium-ion batteries
- Start and operation conveniently with the included remote control
- Automatic return to Charging station
- Running time: up to 90 minutes, Charging time about 4.5 hours
- Bagless 300 milliliter dust container Capacity
- Dimensions: 8 centimeters high, 30 centimeters in diameter, Weight 2.2 kilograms.
- scope of delivery: Robot vacuum cleaner, charging station, power supply unit, side brushes (plus replacement), filter plus replacement, remote control including batteries, operating instructions
MD 19900 tried out: Quickly ready to go
Practice test: The MD 19900 is so smart
The Medion vacuum cleaner was not squeamish when it came to vacuuming. Despite clever sensors, it often bumped into table legs, floor vases or cupboards. After all: the front bumper gently cushioned most collisions. The bargain vacuum cleaner dispenses with a centrally placed brush roller on the underside – it sucks in dust and crumbs through a slot. Two rotating side brushes push the dirt there until it lands in the plastic box inside the vacuum cleaner. With a volume of almost 60 decibels, the Medion vacuum cleaner boomed about as loud as a dishwasher. The noise level is therefore limited.
Medion MD 19900: test conclusion, price and availability