Shark AI Ultra 2-in-1: a new robot vacuum that doesn’t run out of air?

A new robot vacuum cleaner called AI Ultra 2-in-1 has recently, and discreetly, joined the catalog of the American Shark. Available with or without automatic emptying – respectively under the references RV2600WSEU and RV2600WDEU -, this one does not however intend to relieve the user of the maintenance of his mop like so many other models today. However, it stands out from the competition as from its elders by integrating a new (and intriguing) feature called CleanEdge.

A jet of air to clean hard-to-reach areas

Supposed to allow more efficient cleaning of edges and corners, CleanEdge consists of a jet of air that Shark’s new robot propels forward from its left side. The air must thus bounce off the walls and, on its way back, repel dirt from hard-to-reach areas in its path.

The CleanEdge feature of the Shark AI Ultra 2-in-1

The Shark AI Ultra 2-in-1 with self-emptying function

No bag to replace with the Shark AI Ultra 2-in-1 RV2600WSEU station!

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For better results, Shark also renews its UltraClean mode which pushes the robot to double the passages over a defined area, and the RV2600WDEU inherits the automatic emptying of the RV2500SEU as a bonus. Shark, however, offers a new station and abandons the bag to return to a system similar to that of the RV1000WDEU, with all the same the promise of retaining 99.9% of dust and allergens.

Shark’s new robot is already available for sale, at the recommended retail price of €499.99 for the version without automatic emptying. The station providing this function obviously increases the launch price: €649.99.

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