Tineco Pure One S11 cordless vacuum cleaner with app & display for $319.99/£209.00/261,00€ at Amazon
Tineco combines powerful household aids with smart technology. A cordless vacuum cleaner should not be without a display and app connection. What else does the Tineco Pure One S11 have in store?
- Tineco Pure One S11
Illuminated main brush & more
The color of the Tineco S11 is quite unusual, as blue and white elements can be found on the cordless vacuum. In addition to the cordless vacuum and rigid suction tube, we also find the motorized and illuminated main brush with hard roller, a mini brush, a 2-in-1 brush for surfaces and a crevice nozzle in the scope of delivery. For cleaning the cordless vacuum, there is also a tool for the pre-filter and a tool for removing caught hair on the brushes.
So that all the brushes do not have to fly around the apartment, there is a wall mount with charging station, which can likewise accommodate the accessories.
Automatic adjustment of the suction power
To make cleaning as pleasant as possible, the Tineco Pure One S11 has a dust sensor that can control the suction power. This is called iLoop at Tineco. The cordless vacuum can call up to 22,000 pa suction power and should thus also achieve a good result on carpets. This is also supported by the hard roller, which, according to experience, achieves a better result on carpets than soft rollers, but still performs very well on hard floors.
Meanwhile, the battery-powered vacuum lasts 10 minutes on the highest suction setting, while up to 40 minutes of runtime are possible on the lowest setting. Dust and dirt are collected in the 0.6-liter dust chamber, which can be emptied at the touch of a button on the bottom.
Display & app
Status messages about the battery-powered vacuum are shown on the display. This makes it easy to see if something is blocked. But also the dirt detection of the iLoop dust sensor is visually displayed. Probably the least represented among the competition is the Wi-Fi status display.
This is because the Tineco Pure One S11 has an app connection that provides information about the battery-powered vacuum cleaner, such as filter status or battery status. Cleaning protocols can also be viewed. The question is whether the whole thing is a gimmick or really helpful. That is probably in the eye of the beholder.
The Tineco Pure One S11 looks quite interesting, although the app integration begs the question of whether it makes sense. The price is also not the slimmest, although it naturally offers a lot with the dust sensor, display and some suction power. I’m curious about the battery-powered vacuum cleaner in practice.
What do you think about the app? Gimmick or useful?