The Tineco Pure One S12 is an impressive vacuum cleaner comes with a ton of accessories that make cleaning almost any surface easier. Dual batteries are a useful way to extend the operating life, while the iLoop system intelligently adjusts power on the fly. Dust recovery is generally good, although we sometimes need a few extra sweeps to pick up the dust compared to the competition. Yet for the money you get a lot of vacuum cleaner.
- Excellent range of accessories
- Decent cleaning performance
- Super price
- Bright controls
- Small trash
- Automatic feeding mode can leave dirt
- Price of examination: $570
- Cordless vacuum with two batteries
- 1194 x 254 x 152mm
- Motorized Floor Brush, Mini Motorized Floor Head, Flat Squeegee, Soft Brush, Expandable Flat Squeegee, Dust Brush, Filter Cleaner
- 0.6 liter
- 100 minutes run time / four hour charge time
You probably have not heard of Tineco before, but the relatively new company of vacuum cleaners belongs to Ecovacs, manufacturer of some quality robotic vacuum cleaners, including Deebot Ozmo 930. For its first vacuum cleaner, the Tineco Pure One S12, the company decided to make every effort. There are two versions, standard and Plus, delivered with different accessories but with the same main features, including a soundproofing system that automatically adjusts the power of the vacuum, dual batteries, many accessories, an LCD on the screen. empties itself and controls applications. .
It’s mostly a successful vacuum cleaner, with some of the sharpest controls I’ve seen, and a proper dusting. A feeling a little cheaper than his rival Dyson V11 Absolute and some problems with the artificial intelligence system a little delay this vacuum cleaner, but the Pure One S12 remains one of the smartest vacuums I’ve tested.
Tineco Pure One S12 – What you need to know
- General vacuum cleaner: Tons of accessories mean that you can enter virtually any place
- Carpet test: The vacuum cleaner attracted the most dust but left a trace behind the skirting board
- Hard floor test: Decent performance, even if a few grains of rice were pushed
- Collection of animal hair: Short work of our cat hair on the carpet
The Tineco Pure One S12 contains all the accessories you may need
The first thing you notice when you open the box is the number of accessories you get. In addition to the main unit, you have an extension cord, a multi-purpose direct drive brush with LED lamps, a mini motorized head, a crevice tool, of a soft brush, an extensible nozzle and a dusting brush.
If you opt for the Plus, more expensive model, you also have a motorized hard floor roller, an inclined accessory making access to the top of cabinets and cabinets, as well as easy access. 39, a flexible extension hose. I am not convinced that these options are worth the extra expense.
The combination of tools, even with the standard Pure One S12, is powerful and allows you to clean virtually anywhere you want. With the long pole and the crevice nozzle, it is easy to clean in height to clean cobwebs and others.
On the ground, the motorized brush is handy and allows to easily bypass the legs of the furniture. This is partly due to the angular seal on the brush head, but the wheels at the back help.
The only problem that the system poses to you is that of storage, because there are many extras to keep. Tineco offers a wall-loading station, which can accommodate the vacuum with its extension and floor, as well as three of the smaller accessories. This still leaves a lot of other add-ons to put somewhere.
It’s a pity that there is no adapter to clip on the pole to be able to carry at least one accessory. the Dyson V11 Absolute has a clip for two accessories and the Vax Blade 2 Max has a clip for an accessory.
Apart from the standard cleaning accessories, Tineco provides some useful extras. First, there is the pre-filter cleaning tool, which clips into what looks like another floor head. This attaches to the vacuum cleaner, so you can just vacuum clean. Of course, you need a prefilter on site to use the vacuum cleaner. You will find a spare in the box. Tineco recommends cleaning the filter after each use. There is also a HEPA filter on the back, which can be cleaned under a flowing faucet.
There is also a spare battery in the case, which plugs into the wall charger, thus allowing you to keep your spare supply while you vacuum and exchange it when you’re short. d & # 39; energy. Finally, there is a detangling brush to remove obstructions and cut hair wrapped around floor brushes.
The Tineco Pure One S12 has excellent controls and its LCD screen is useful, but the app seems a little niche
While Dyson is packed in a small LCD screen at the back of the V11, the Tineco Pure One S12 goes even further with a large circular screen that dominates the summit. When the vacuum is on, the display shows the battery life in percentage (unfortunately, not in minutes as the Dyson V11 does), and can highlight if there is a blockage. A ring also surrounds the outside: it is red while the vacuum sucks the dust and becomes blue as your house becomes cleaner.
You can also see the current power setting on the screen, with the handle controls allowing you to adjust it. The auto button allows you to activate the iLoop AI system of the vacuum cleaner, which regulates the power supply according to the amount of dust detected. If you want to increase or decrease the power manually, simply use the slider on the vacuum handle. These commands are intuitive, which facilitates the use of the cleaner. It is also a silent vacuum, ranging from 65.3 dB in minimum power to 71.9 dB in maximum power.
As with most wireless vacuums, the Tineco Pure One S12 is equipped with a trigger switch, the cleaner only operating when the trigger is depressed. However, there is also a switch that locks the power supply, which is convenient for cleaning large areas or for people who do not have much dexterity in their hands.
In addition to directly controlling the vacuum cleaner, an application allows you to connect your vacuum cleaner. You can see the current state of the load and adjust the power of the vacuum cleaner, although this is much more difficult than using the built-in controls.
More useful, you can see the life of the filter shown as a percentage, so you know when it’s time to exchange and clean the prefilter. And, if there is a blockage, the app can tell you – and show you – how to fix it. You can also see the cleaning performance, although the numbers do not mean much, showing measures like 83 dust / 1 min.
Although the vacuum cleaner is connected, the truth is that once I looked at the app once, I never felt the need to take it out again.
Both batteries give you enough energy to continue cleaning with the Tineco Pure One S12
Delivered with two 2500mAh batteries, the Tineco Pure One S12 has enough energy to clean large houses. The exact life of the battery is difficult to define, especially in automatic mode, as the vacuum will increase and decrease as needed. In automatic mode, what I can say is that the battery life is pushed as far as possible according to the required cleaning.
According to the specifications, each battery can last 50 minutes when it runs at low power, for a total of 100 minutes, which is pretty epic. At maximum power, you get 10 and a half minutes per battery, or 21 minutes for both. Expect to go somewhere in the middle. Do not forget that the life of the battery corresponds to its actual use time (or trigger time, as it is often called), and spend a lot of time passing the battery. vacuum cleaner is moving furniture and walking. As such, the Tineco Pure One S12 should be able to cope with big houses with both batteries.
It takes three to four hours to charge a dead battery. You will need a pause to allow both batteries to recharge before you can resume cleaning.
The iLoop AI system generally works well, but it left dirt
The heart of the Tineco Pure One S12 is the iLoop system, which monitors dust as small as 15 microns and adjusts power on the fly. When you switch the vacuum cleaner to automatic mode, you can see the power level going up and down, which is pretty good. And unlike the Dyson V11 Absolute, which can only adjust power if you use the motorized floor head, the Tineco system works with all accessories.
For the most part, it’s a good job, although with our hard rice test, the vacuum cleaner left some pieces of rice when using the Plus model soft floor brush, and I had to increase the power of it. suck everything. On the carpet, the cleaner sucked in the dust, although he could not get into the edges as well as his rival Dyson V11.
Where the automatic mode is not so good is to treat things like spider webs. As you lift the robot, the artificial intelligence system switches to a weak power because it detects little dirt and does not give enough power to suck the spider’s web. However, the simple commands meant that I could log in as needed and then return to automatic mode.
Once the 0.6-liter tank is full, which will be more regular than the 0.9-liter tank of the Dyson V11, you can empty it by pressing the button below to open the door. For convenience, the entire basket can be removed, but even so, I had to shake it to empty it and found myself with a little dust on the floor.
Should I buy the Tineco Pure One S12?
Since this is the first vacuum cleaner I’ve seen from Tineco, the results are impressive. The large number of accessories has to be applauded, making the Pure One S12 a powerful cleaner for all jobs. Then there is the thought of its design: the controls are easy to use, the iLoop system adjusts power on the fly, and there are two batteries for extended battery life. The application is neat when you use it for the first time, although it does not serve much in everyday life.
The cleaning performance is generally very good, although the iLoop system does not always work properly and we had to spend some time picking up all the rice we had poured for our hard soil test. The peak performance is not as good as on the Dyson V11, which forces us to use a crevice tool to recover the remains of our flour.
Overall, the Dyson V11 Absolute remains the king of wireless vacuums, with the power to handle most jobs in a single pass, while the Tineco Pure One S12 often takes a little longer to complete. to return. That said, the Pure One S12 is cheaper than its rival, which is even more impressive if you take into account what you get in the box. Given the cleaning performance (see next page for more information), I would like to opt for the cheaper standard model because the Plus model soft floor brush makes no noticeable difference.
Tineco Pure One S12 Review
Since this is the first vacuum cleaner I've seen from Tineco, the results are impressive. The large number of accessories has to be applauded, making the Pure One S12 a powerful cleaner for all jobs.
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