Neabot NoMo Q11 review, with its 4000 pa it is the most powerful self-cleaning robot on the market

In one of the latest reviews on a robot vacuum cleaner and floor cleaner with a self-cleaning base, I pointed out how practically all the models currently on the market were produced with practically standard suction power. stops at 2700 Pa. And it was precisely this factor that discriminated for the choice between a more powerful traditional model, or one capable of cleaning itself limited by this factor.

Well, although it is currently still in crowdfunding, apparently there is a company that has solved the problem: because, in addition to design, one of the most important features of the brand new Neabot NoMo Q11 it is just concerning the ben 4000 Pa of suction power, as well as a new 3D navigation system (which does without the laser turret) and a decidedly low noise level.

Neabot NoMo Q11 review, with its 4000 pa it is the most powerful cleaning robot on the market

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As in all the other exponents of the category, the box of Neabot NoMo Q11 it is very bulky. This bulk is clearly due to the presence of the self-emptying base which, probably due to the design, is slightly bulkier in width than those of the other models.

Inside we find:

  • Main body
  • Self-emptying base
  • Dust container envelope
  • Replacement HEPA filter
  • Replacement side brushes
  • Manual

Design and materials

Design experts would probably spend hours arguing about the beauty (or ugliness) of the Neabot NoMo Q11. But if there is an objective certainty, it is that until now we have never seen a robot equipped with a charging and cleaning base like the one that accompanies this model. It's a design that "either you hate or love" and that actually looks a lot like those rigid anklets you have to wear in the event of an injury, but the Neabot NoMo Q11 it almost seems to have been produced in the late 60's with the typical "futuristic" design of that era.

In short, the shapes are rounded to the nth degree, especially in the charging base, but it is such a different and refined design that - once you get used to the certainly non-traditional shape - it is actually very pleasant and, above all, avoids giving that feeling of having a foreign body to one's furniture in the house.

The robot itself, on the other hand, has a rather standard design. Ok, here too the shapes of the upper body are very rounded, but the typical circular structure covered in polycarbonate is probably a factor that will never abandon this kind of products. However, there is a novelty: in the center of the robot there is no laser turret (and no, it does not use the camera to create the mapping of the room but continues to take advantage of LiDAR technology) and a sort of pad has been placed in its place. in which two buttons have been inserted to control the device, surrounded by a blue LED characterized by a nice animation in case of recharging.

Excellent thickness: with its about 8 cm of thickness, the Neabot NoMo Q11 it is able to slip into spaces much smaller than those in which robots equipped with a laser turret can pass, which makes cleaning much more thorough, especially in certain operating conditions.

The dirt and water containers are traditional. The one for dust and dirt has a capacity of 250 ml, while the one for liquids is 300 ml. Capacities that, of course, do not let a miracle cry, but sufficient to clean medium-sized environments without problems.

In any case, the charging base is made definitely fine, on the top there is an opening with which it is possible to access the compartment containing the dirt container bag, which has a capacity of 2.5L, and a motor is integrated with which everything will be aspirated. The automatic emptying process it is very simple: the robot will go up on the charging base from the front, start the emptying (with a very accentuated noise, of about 84 dB) and, when the process is completed, it will start charging.

Application and functionality

Il Neabot NoMo Q11 it is managed by the smartphone through the Neabot Home application which, alas, is only translated into English, French, German, Spanish and Chinese. And I get to the point straight away: although it is a well-made app, I am of the idea that those of Neabot should devote more resources to its optimization, translating it first and foremost into our language, but also simplifying some features.

In any case, after connecting to the wireless network and the first mapping of the house, which I advise you to do by eliminating all the obstacles that the robot vacuum cleaner might find in its path, the control of the different washing and suction modes, all the functions integrated in the robot vacuum cleaner can be modified and managed with extreme simplicity, as long as you are familiar with the application interface, to which some functions have been moved.

Again the maps of the house are created in total autonomy, in the same way we have seen in the other robot vacuum cleaners, and through the section Smart Maps you can add 3 types of areas: those with single pass cleaning, those with double pass cleaning and those to avoid.

Clearly you can choose between three levels of suction available and set the scheduled cleaning (also based on the room and time). There are also three levels of water to be distributed on the floor, and both as regards suction and cleaning, there is the possibility of totally deactivating one of the two functions: and this is a very convenient thing, with which you can operate the robot either only in vacuum mode, or only in washing mode, without necessarily having to disassemble the cleaning mop.

In the settings it is also possible to manage the robot self-emptying mode, but it is not possible to set automatic emptying at each cleaning: the system designed by Neabot evaluates the need to empty the dirt based on the minutes of work of the robot and on three different levels.

Suction power and cleaning quality

Let's get right to the point: with its 4000 Pa, the Neabot NoMo Q11 it is among the most powerful in its class. And not only among robot vacuums and floor cleaners with a self-cleaning base, but in general. There are still few models that are able to reach this suction power and the vast majority of these are not equipped with a charging and dirt emptying base.

And there is poco to say about the quality of cleaning: the Neabot NoMo Q11 is able to suck up practically anything, and to do it with great precision thanks to the 3D navigation system which, assisted by a new technology that uses artificial intelligence, is not only able to create a very precise plan of the house, but also succeeds to overcome obstacles in an almost "elegant" way, even avoiding sudden braking. In short, the absence of the upper laser turret does not weigh at all on the operation of the robot.

What I would have liked to see though, is a second side brush: the Neabot NoMo Q11 it is practically equipped with two brushes, the central one and a single lateral one, which in my opinion would have optimized cleaning even more if they had been accompanied by a third one.

Then there is another note to make: although it is a model capable of recognizing carpets, blocking the water supply and increasing the suction power, it could happen that (only if the carpet is not well spread on the ground) it rarely gets stuck. Let's be clear, it happens once in 5 and only when the carpet is not well spread, but it is important to be aware of this detail.

The noise level is also good. Basically in the maximum mode, that is with all 4000 Pa, the noise reaches around 65 dB, slightly higher than that which occurs in the medium mode (which uses 2500 Pa) and in the normal mode (which reaches 1500 Pa). And considering however that this is an extremely powerful model, I must admit that the noise reduction work done by the company has paid off.

The floor washing process is also good. One of the tricks to be able to understand how well a robot vacuum cleaner and floor cleaner does its job is to evaluate the dirt that accumulates in the mop. And as you will notice from the images, the mop of the Neabot NoMo Q11 it gets dirty very easily, which means that it has a strong contact with the floor.

Battery life

The battery is also excellent which, according to the company, should guarantee a continuous cleaning time of 150 minutes, in rooms of about 200 square meters. Performance that I have also found in everyday life: to clean an area of ​​about 100 square meters, with maximum suction power, the Neabot NoMo Q11 it consumed the battery by 45%, which gives me hope that the promises made by the company are true.

Price and considerations

At the time of writing, the Neabot NoMo Q11 it is still crowdfunding on Indiegogo and can therefore be purchased using early bird prices. The official price will be $ 699, but to date it is still possible to take it home with a 30% discount (i.e. $ 489, or poco more than 412 euros at the current exchange rate). At this price, however, only two copies are available, after which you will have to settle for a 25% discount, which brings the price to $ 529.

And considering that we are talking about a high-end product, characterized by a less "cumbersome" and much more elegant design, but above all that has a suction power of 4000 Pa, I am of the opinion that this is a more than adequate price. to the quality of the product.

Sure, we're still a long way from perfection and yes, I would have liked to have seen the Neabot NoMo Q11 with two side brushes rather than one. But this is a detail: what the company should do is work more on the application, translating it into more languages ​​and slightly optimizing the graphical interface.

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In the world of technology since 2007, a computer engineer by training, he shares his passion for tech with that for animals and good food. He believes that technology must always be within everyone's reach, and for this reason he loves to explain it in the simplest and clearest way possible. Reviews are his daily bread.
review-neabot-nomo-q11 In one of the latest reviews on a robot vacuum cleaner and floor cleaner with a self-cleaning base, I pointed out how practically all the models currently on the market were produced with a practically standard suction power still at 2700 Pa. And it was precisely this factor that was the discriminating factor for ...