Mopping iRobot Braava 380j for sale in Japan

Sales On Demand Corporation, iRobot's authorized Japanese reseller, is going to start selling mopping cleaning robot Braava 380j on July 4.

Braava 380j offers you 2 cleaning modes: Wet Mode and Dry Mode.

Wet Mode is usually good for removing greasy dirt or house dust and pollen. While Braava 380j cleans, it moves back and forth like the movement of mopping the floor. The attached wet cleaning pad feeds regularly a certain amount of water to the cloth to keep it wet.

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Dry Mode lets Braava 380j move like traditional iRobot products. It moves straight and turns at obstacles. When choosing Dry Mode, you should set it with the accompanying dry cloth. You can also use a regular commercial disposable dry cloth.

With the built-in NorthStar Navigation System,Braava 380j is capable of understanding the shape of a room and the location of furniture in order to systematically clean the room.  

  • Price: ¥33,000
  • Size: 244x216x79mm
  • Weight: 1.8kg
  • Battery: 2,000mAh Nickel-Metal Hydride battery
  • Maximum running time: 4 hours (Dry Mode), 2.5 hours (Wet Mode)

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