iLife A10 Robot Vacuum Cleaner Review

iLife A10 Robot Vacuum Cleaner Review

The iLife A10 robot vacuum’s sucking and navigation capabilities simply don’t match the cost. Superior models are available for less money; examples include the  Wyze Robot Vacuum and the iRobot Roomba 675. There is also the mopping Bissell SpinWave Wet and Dry product available.


The iLife A10 vacuums from iLife employ a built-in lasers bin to collect dirt and allergies while using Lidar to explore your home. The A10 appears to be a much higher-end robot than its  MSRP would imply. The A10’s clamshell bin is a different animal; iLife refers to it as a cellular bin, and it’s designed to collect much dirt as it cleans.

The dock for iLife’s iLife A10 vacuum enhances the robot’s footprint. Even though it is a little bit bigger than the Roborock S4 Max dock, it is still barely noticeable. The cellular plastic structure may be taken apart for cleaning, and the spheres can simply be dusted. Every 3 to 4 usage, dust the excellent performance strainer by tapping it against the edge of a trash can.


Throughout testing and everyday use, the iLife A10 robot vacuum frequently skipped cleaning entire swaths of the floor. It received a mere 76.8 out of 100, much below the Roborock S4 Max’s 96.25 and the Roomba i3’s 90.12. The rubber brush’s biggest advantage, in our opinion, was that hair that was wound around it could be more easily removed. Our dog hair collection test, was remarkably effective even though a lot of the hair was tangled all around the brush disc.

Setup, app, and mapping:

The A10’s WiFi connection required less than 3 minutes to complete and was comparatively simple. On its initial run, it produced a map of my first story with almost exact room partitions. The quantity of debris gathered did not significantly vary when the sucking amount was changed. Only when the A10 is docked can any map modifications or upgrades be made. You’ll want to clear a place more than once, taking into account the vacuum missing regions in our laboratory tests.


  • Beautiful design
  • Many accessories are provided
  • low-key operation
  • broad bin


  • insufficient suction
  • inadequate navigation
  • ineffective automated docking abilities


Although the iLife A10 is a stylish robot vacuum with a huge amount of attachments, its cleaning effectiveness might use some improvement.

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