Cord­less vac­u­um clean­ers no longer sur­prise any­one. But they are being replaced (or sup­ple­ment­ed) by new types of clean­ing devices: bat­tery-pow­ered wash­ing vac­u­um clean­ers. Such a mod­el appeared in the Chi­nese man­u­fac­tur­er ILIFE — this is EASINE W100. It allows you to clean up the area up to 200 m2 with­out recharg­ing, and how easy it is to col­lect debris and dust, and to use wet clean­ing.

Appearance and device

The vac­u­um clean­er is almost ready to work out of the box. All that is need­ed is to insert the han­dle into the hole and install the water tanks. There are two of them here: one for 0.6 liters for clean water and 0.5 for dirty. The clean one has a rub­ber cap that needs to be opened to pour water.

A cou­ple of fil­ters are installed in the dirty tank: coarse (reg­u­lar mesh) and HEPA. They can be removed, cleaned and even washed.


All con­trol is car­ried out from the han­dle. There are two but­tons on it: pow­er on and mode selec­tion (there are two of them, ECO and max­i­mum pow­er). There is a trig­ger under the index fin­ger. It serves to sup­ply water to the roller: press it — water comes in, let go — it stops flow­ing. This is a fun­da­men­tal dif­fer­ence from oth­er devices with wet clean­ing, where water is sim­ply sup­plied to the nap­kin in auto­mat­ic mode (for exam­ple, in robot­ic vac­u­um clean­ers). In EASINE W100, the amount of water can be dosed. For exam­ple, pour on tiles with­out hes­i­ta­tion, and on a lam­i­nate or floor — in small quan­ti­ties.


The vac­u­um clean­er has a dis­play — on it you can see the remain­ing bat­tery charge, the cur­rent oper­at­ing time, as well as the set mode. There are also error indi­ca­tors: for exam­ple, if you for­got to pour water into the con­tain­er, the indi­ca­tor will remind you of this.


The vac­u­um clean­er works as fol­lows. You turn it on with the but­ton, the roller starts to rotate and col­lect debris. Behind the roller is an air intake: a pow­er­ful motor draws debris in, as in a con­ven­tion­al vac­u­um clean­er. At any time, you can press the but­ton and start the water sup­ply. It is fed to the upper part of the roller, and is sucked from the low­er part and enters the dirty water com­part­ment. After clean­ing is com­plet­ed, you install the vac­u­um clean­er on the base, and turn on the self-clean­ing mode with a sep­a­rate but­ton. In it, the vac­u­um clean­er sup­plies max­i­mum water to the brush and thus cleans it. All you need to do after that is pour out the dirty water, rinse the con­tain­er under water and dry it.

If hair is wrapped around the roller, self-clean­ing may not work. Then you need to move the latch of the top cov­er and remove it. All this is done sim­ply and effort­less­ly.


In the same place, at the sta­tion, the vac­u­um clean­er is charg­ing. This mod­el uses a 3000 mAh bat­tery — enough to work in wet clean­ing mode for half an hour. It takes about 5 hours to charge, but giv­en that you will not need the vac­u­um clean­er until the next day, the charg­ing time does not real­ly mat­ter.

Impressions from work

The vac­u­um clean­er itself is quite heavy, which is log­i­cal, giv­en the more com­plex (com­pared to con­ven­tion­al mod­els) design and 0.5 liters of water at the begin­ning of clean­ing. But you don’t need to car­ry it: it has large wheels, and it’s very con­ve­nient to roll it on the floor (for exam­ple, to the base when the clean­ing is fin­ished). Dur­ing the clean­ing process, due to the rota­tion of the roller, it also moves eas­i­ly. The only moment when you feel heav­i­ness is dur­ing instal­la­tion on the base.


The roller does an excel­lent job clean­ing on hard sur­faces, even in eco mode. The han­dle and the hor­i­zon­tal “sole” are con­nect­ed by a hinge, which allows rota­tion not only up and down, but also left and right. So it is very con­ve­nient to maneu­ver the vac­u­um clean­er.

If you need to clean the car­pet, it is bet­ter not to use water. Or at least, first walk with a dry roller, and only then wet­ted. It is bet­ter not to dri­ve very fast — oth­er­wise the dirt is sim­ply smeared on the rug.

Self-clean­ing takes a minute. After it, indeed, the brush becomes clean. The water con­sump­tion for clean­ing the apart­ment is actu­al­ly small.


We con­duct­ed the test in a two-room apart­ment with an area of ​​50 m2while the actu­al floor area avail­able for clean­ing was about 22 m2 (it was cal­cu­lat­ed by the robot vac­u­um clean­er dur­ing anoth­er test). It took about 200 ml to clean the entire apart­ment and self-clean­ing cycle. If there was sud­den­ly not enough water, it could be topped up: the con­tain­er can be eas­i­ly removed.


Final­ly, the ques­tion of price. Vac­u­um clean­ers with a wet clean­ing func­tion are more expen­sive than con­ven­tion­al vac­u­um clean­ers. EASINE W100 from ILIFE is sold on T‑Mall for 24,700 rubles, but now there is a sale on the mar­ket­place, and this mod­el, using coupons and a pro­mo­tion­al code, can be tak­en for only 12,990 rubles, that is, at the price of a con­ven­tion­al cord­less vac­u­um clean­er.


All con­trol is car­ried out from the han­dle. There are two but­tons on it: pow­er on and mode selec­tion (there are two of them, ECO and max­i­mum pow­er). There is a trig­ger under the index fin­ger. It serves to sup­ply water to the roller: press it — water comes in, let go — it stops flow­ing. This is a fun­da­men­tal dif­fer­ence from oth­er devices with wet clean­ing, where water is sim­ply sup­plied to the nap­kin in auto­mat­ic mode (for exam­ple, in robot­ic vac­u­um clean­ers). In EASINE W100, the amount of water can be dosed. For exam­ple, pour on tiles with­out hes­i­ta­tion, and on a lam­i­nate or floor — in small quan­ti­ties.


The vac­u­um clean­er has a dis­play — on it you can see the remain­ing bat­tery charge, the cur­rent oper­at­ing time, as well as the set mode. There are also error indi­ca­tors: for exam­ple, if you for­got to pour water into the con­tain­er, the indi­ca­tor will remind you of this.


The vac­u­um clean­er works as fol­lows. You turn it on with the but­ton, the roller starts to rotate and col­lect debris. Behind the roller is an air intake: a pow­er­ful motor draws debris in, as in a con­ven­tion­al vac­u­um clean­er. At any time, you can press the but­ton and start the water sup­ply. It is fed to the upper part of the roller, and is sucked from the low­er part and enters the dirty water com­part­ment. After clean­ing is com­plet­ed, you install the vac­u­um clean­er on the base, and turn on the self-clean­ing mode with a sep­a­rate but­ton. In it, the vac­u­um clean­er sup­plies max­i­mum water to the brush and thus cleans it. All you need to do after that is pour out the dirty water, rinse the con­tain­er under water and dry it.

If hair is wrapped around the roller, self-clean­ing may not work. Then you need to move the latch of the top cov­er and remove it. All this is done sim­ply and effort­less­ly.


In the same place, at the sta­tion, the vac­u­um clean­er is charg­ing. This mod­el uses a 3000 mAh bat­tery — enough to work in wet clean­ing mode for half an hour. It takes about 5 hours to charge, but giv­en that you will not need the vac­u­um clean­er until the next day, the charg­ing time does not real­ly mat­ter.

Impressions from work

The vac­u­um clean­er itself is quite heavy, which is log­i­cal, giv­en the more com­plex (com­pared to con­ven­tion­al mod­els) design and 0.5 liters of water at the begin­ning of clean­ing. But you don’t need to car­ry it: it has large wheels, and it’s very con­ve­nient to roll it on the floor (for exam­ple, to the base when the clean­ing is fin­ished). Dur­ing the clean­ing process, due to the rota­tion of the roller, it also moves eas­i­ly. The only moment when you feel heav­i­ness is dur­ing instal­la­tion on the base.


The roller does an excel­lent job clean­ing on hard sur­faces, even in eco mode. The han­dle and the hor­i­zon­tal “sole” are con­nect­ed by a hinge, which allows rota­tion not only up and down, but also left and right. So it is very con­ve­nient to maneu­ver the vac­u­um clean­er.

If you need to clean the car­pet, it is bet­ter not to use water. Or at least, first walk with a dry roller, and only then wet­ted. It is bet­ter not to dri­ve very fast — oth­er­wise the dirt is sim­ply smeared on the rug.

Self-clean­ing takes a minute. After it, indeed, the brush becomes clean. The water con­sump­tion for clean­ing the apart­ment is actu­al­ly small.


We con­duct­ed the test in a two-room apart­ment with an area of ​​50 m2while the actu­al floor area avail­able for clean­ing was about 22 m2 (it was cal­cu­lat­ed by the robot vac­u­um clean­er dur­ing anoth­er test). It took about 200 ml to clean the entire apart­ment and self-clean­ing cycle. If there was sud­den­ly not enough water, it could be topped up: the con­tain­er can be eas­i­ly removed.


Final­ly, the ques­tion of price. Vac­u­um clean­ers with a wet clean­ing func­tion are more expen­sive than con­ven­tion­al vac­u­um clean­ers. EASINE W100 from ILIFE is sold on T‑Mall for 24,700 rubles, but now there is a sale on the mar­ket­place, and this mod­el, using coupons and a pro­mo­tion­al code, can be tak­en for only 12,990 rubles, that is, at the price of a con­ven­tion­al cord­less vac­u­um clean­er.