The roof's gutter is the hardest and most dangerous to clean. Lucky for us today, there are many brands of gutter robots now out in the market.
Unlike in the days, with how our grandparents had it, the gutter robot reduces instances of moving the ladder repeatedly. This allows users to attain the safest position even at dangerous heights.
Most importantly, the gutter robot cancels out the risky task of reaching corners that are otherwise unsafe for the cleaner.
Out of the brands we’ve seen online, the iRobot Looj 330 gutter cleaning robot pique our interest. For one, it has a belt clip that keeps the user’s hands-free as he climbs up and down the ladder.
But of course, the most functional feature will be the one-button clean mode. This allows the gutter robot to detect the dirt autonomously. A part of it called the auger stretches until it can sense dried leaves and other debris in the gutter.
Once all debris is cleaned, the drill will recoil back to the robot.
The iRobot Looj 330 is designed with a 4-stage cleaning process. The auger splits apart to penetrate the dried leaves in the gutter deeper. The auger ejectors lift trash and spray them away from the drain.
As debris is thrown away from the gutter, sweepers come next to remove whatever clogs that may stop the gutter robot from penetrating the whole of the drain. After the sweepers, the robot also ejects a scraper that gets rid of smaller debris. The tools also clear the path for the drill to recoil back to the robot when cleaning is done.
The iRobot Looj 330 also has a detachable handle, which also works as the remote control for the machine. The remote control allows the user to manually or automatically control the robot.
We can go on and on about the many features this gutter robot has, but it will be best for you to discover them on your own. We hope you can check out the machine and hoping to hear from you, thank us someday.
|Dimension||15.6 x 2.9 x 2 in|