Dreame Bot D10 Plus in the test: Comfortable vacuum-mop robot

With automatic suction station: the Dreame D10 Plus.
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The manufacturer Dreame, which is docked to Xiaomi, is continuously expanding its portfolio in Germany. He’s fresh at the start Dreame Bot D10 Plus for just under 500 euros. It is primarily designed as a vacuum cleaner, but can also take on smaller wiping tasks if required.

Simple operation, laser navigation

Like its colleagues, the D10 Plus is very easy to put into operation. To start with, you integrate it into the Xiaomi app, which worked flawlessly in the check. The bot then offers to familiarize itself with its new home without the cleaning function and drives through the premises in quick succession.

It uses pulsed laser radiation (LiDAR = Light Detection and Ranging) to capture the surroundings and thus create a map of the area. For around 100 square meters, he needed almost 10 minutes in the test. After that, the robot returns to the charging station independently and is ready to work.

If you live on several floors, you can have a map made for each floor. Rooms are shown separately on the maps and can also be controlled in a targeted manner. Sensitive areas that you want to exclude from cleaning can be defined in the app.

This can also be used to create time-controlled cleaning plans. If the bot is integrated into Amazon Alexa, it can also be started by voice command.

Automatic suction control

With a maximum of 4000Pa, the suction power offers a lot of power and can be set to four levels in the app. If the Dreame drives on carpeted floors, it automatically increases the output after making the appropriate settings in the app in order to transport the dirt from deeper layers into its 400 ml dust container.

In the test, he cleaned thoroughly – and went to work very carefully. The laser reliably detects obstacles and steers the bot elegantly through the apartment without jostling. Even cables laid on baseboards didn’t throw the D10 Plus out of step, it never got stuck. Of course, like all vacuum robots, it cannot get into tight corners, but it reliably collects most of the dirt.

Control via the app: The D10 Plus creates a map of the living space, if necessary also from several floors.
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Dream-D10-Plus bottoms
The V-shaped brush transports the dirt into the dust container. Almost nothing gets caught, only long hair has to be removed by hand.
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Inside the charging station is a bag like a normal vacuum cleaner. The dirt from the D10 Plus is automatically sucked into this.
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Clean thing: the dust container after automatic vacuuming.
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Automatic suction empties dust container

After the work is done, it’s back to the charging station, which offers a special convenience: it has a sealed 2.5 liter bag in it, into which it simply sucks the dirt from the bot. It works perfectly – after our test, the dust container looked like new. A clean thing, because when you empty it by hand, something usually goes wrong. If the bag in the home base is full, you simply exchange it for a new one. If there are people with long hair in the household, you still have to put your hands on it after vacuuming and free the brush roller from it.

For the wiping function, you dock a small water tank (145 ml) with an attached microfiber cloth to the D10 Plus. The amount of water and intensity can be regulated in the app, after all, parquet does not tolerate as much moisture as a tiled floor.

Our tip: If you primarily rely on wet cleaning, the Dreame Bot W10 very well served. It gets to work with two large rotating mop attachments and automatically sucks up the wiping water instead of the dust.

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Conclusion: thorough and comfortable

The Dreame Bot D10 Plus cleans thoroughly and reliably. He handles the furniture with care and steers unerringly through the rooms thanks to LiDAR navigation. The charging station with automatic suction for the dust bag offers special comfort in the everyday fight against dust and dirt.

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