Self-cleaning ovens and ranges have been things for years, to the point of becoming somewhat commonplace. The Roomba 980 and Dyson 360 intelligent robot vacuums are in a neck-and-neck sprint to set the standard for intelligent, semi-autonomous robot vacuums. Now that we have robots to manage the lighter tidying, the Mopet gives us an adorable robotic mop – complete with a set of included cutesy decorative face stickers.
At this point, why the hell should we expect to have to do any cleaning? This is why we now have robot minions.
Beware, dust bunnies. The Mopet senses your fear. It can’t be bargained with. It can’t be reasoned with. It doesn’t feel pity, or remorse, or fear. It can run for up to six hours straight – or in ten-minute timed bursts – until you are all swept up.
What really sets the Mopet apart is its maneuverability. Specifically, it penetrates crevices, nooks and crannies that are just too tight a fit for a regular-sized cleaning robot. In the end, its microfiber coat also detaches easily for brushing or more thorough cleaning by either hand or machine.