If you are looking for a robot vacuum cleaner that can clean your floors with ease, then the AIPER Elite Pro Wall Climbing Automatic Robot Vacuum Cleaner is definitely not the one for you. The product boasts of being able to climb walls and getting into hard-to-reach places but fails miserably at delivering on its promises largely thanks to it's weak motors and battery - making it's greatest strength, also its largest downfall.
Falls Short of a Good Cleaner
When it comes to robotic pool cleaners, the AIPER Elite Pro Wall-Climbing Automatic Pool Cleaner is not a top pick. Despite its claims of being able to climb walls and provide exceptional cleaning power, this model falls short in several areas.
Lack of True Smart Navigation
First off, let’s talk about what features you get with the AIPER Elite Pro cleaner. It boasts “advanced 3D scanning technology” that allows it to accurately map out your pool for better navigation and more efficient cleaning performance; however in our experience this feature was unreliable at best resulting in random patterns of movement without any real purpose or pattern behind them which caused some areas not getting cleaned properly while others were over scrubbed as if they had been set on repeat mode – definitely an issue when trying to clean a large body of water like your swimming pool!
After testing so many cleaners, the lack of smart navigation is extremely disappointing to see.
No Waterline Cleaning
The AIPER Elite Pro Wall-Climbing Automatic Robotic Pool Cleaner is one of the more expensive robotic pool cleaners on the market today, while not quite at the upper level tier of Dolphin, Aquabot, and Polaris, it still is expensive. It promises to clean your floors and walls, but it misses the most important part, the waterline. Unfortunately, after testing out this product for several months, I can honestly say that it falls far short of what I expected it to clean.
To begin with, while the wall-climbing feature is great in theory, in practice it often fails to work properly. The robot will get stuck on edges or get tilted off balance and need help getting back up and into position again. This means that if you have an irregularly shaped pool or any kind of step configuration then cleaning can be quite challenging as the robot won't always climb these areas correctly and may miss sections altogether. Aiper says the robot will only clean flat floors and walls, so if you have any sort of slope, this isn't the robotic pool cleaner for you.
Finally - if that wasn't bad enough - there are also reports online from other customers who claim their units stopped working after only a few weeks of use; citing problems ranging from power supply issues (the unit needs 8 hours plugged into an outlet) right down to complete mechanical breakdowns where certain components simply broke off during operation! As such (and especially given the high cost associated with buying one) any potential customer should think twice before investing in an AIPER Elite Pro Robotic Pool Cleaner as they could potentially end up spending more money fixing/replacing broken parts rather than actually using them successfully over time like intended.
To sum it up
In summary: while I appreciate what AIPER was attempting here by offering a truly automated solution for those looking for an easier way to keep their swimming pools clean – unfortunately their ‘Elite Pro’ model does not live up to expectations due primarily incorrect navigation systems resulting costly delays plus numerous mechanical failures reported by users at various points during operation… Leading us personally advise anyone considering purchasing one against doing so unless they want risk wasting both time & money unnecessarily!