The Proscenic 850T Vacuum Cleaner is a robotic vacuum and mop with a mighty 3000 Pa of suction power. This robot has been designed to fully automate cleaning processes on any floor surface, be it carpets, hard floors, or wooden surfaces thanks to its Vboost capabilities. The vacuum the Proscenic 850T can be set to vacuum, mop, or to do both at the same time and is controlled via an app to plan and monitor the activities of the device. In this Proscenic 850T review, we will look at the features, pros, cons, and whether it is a cleaner worth considering. You may also enjoy: Goovi d380 ReviewNeato D8 vs Roborock S7 1-Minute Review The Proscenic 850T is a budget automatic vacuum cleaner that you should certainly consider if you want a reliable and powerful cleaning companion. The robotic vacuum comes with very strong suction and helpful features coupled with good software, equating to great value for your money. Simply put, it has some serious cleaning power capable of removing hardbound gunk on any surface. However, as with many other models in this price point, there is a lack of home mapping, but it still does a great job in efficiently cleaning a room logically. Without smart mapping, you will not be able to set any no-go areas via the app, but this can be solved by the accompanying magnetic strip. It also meant that the Proscenic 850T will not recharge and resume where it stopped if it has to return to the charging base, it will start cleaning from the start again. However, above all, for its price, it offers excellent performance and value. The Proscenic 850T is certainly a robot vacuum cleaner truly worth considering. Amazing Suction PowerLarge water tankCompatible with smart devicesThe long battery life of 2600 mAH No smart home mapping capabilitiesNeeds guidance as it sometimes enters restricted areasSometimes does not complete a full cycleA bit hard to maintain Full Proscenic 850T Review How does it work? The Proscenic 850T automates cleaning through logical pathing using anti-collision sensors. The device travels to every inch of your surface and vacuums, mops, or simultaneously mops and vacuums it using its strong hardware. It follows a very efficient manner which leaves no spot untouched. Users can also choose restricted areas by using the magnetic strip. To avoid device damage, it has anti-fall sensors. Also, its very compact design allows it to fit under many furniture such as sofas, beds, and cabinets. The operation of the 850T is seamless and smooth. Performance The Proscenic 850T robot vacuum does a good job in automating cleaning and vacuuming for any floor area. It does not matter whether your space is large or not, this cleaner will tidy it up in a very logical manner. The dual side brushes do a good job of sweeping dirt in front of the main brush roll when the fantastic 3000 Pa suction power will have no problem picking up dust, pet hair, and any other debris. It is more than enough when dealing with hardwood, rugs, and low to medium pile carpet. The robot has three different power settings so for harder surfaces when it doesn\u2019t need full power it will run quietly, but thanks to the V-boost carpet detection it will automatically switch to maximum suction power. As for the rear end, the vacuum comes with two different containers, a generous 500ml dust bin and a combination container which is a 300 ml electric water tank with a 280 ml dust bin for mopping duties. Personally, I\u2019m not a massive fan of robotic vacuum and mop combos (although the Roborock S7 may be able to change this) as the mopping performance is almost always disappointing. this is why I love the fact this package containing both options as you\u2019re not sacrificing dustbin space for a water tank you may not want to use. A 500ml dustbin is a nice size for a robot vacuum as it won\u2019t require emptying all that often. Of course, self-emptying robot vacuums take this to another level of lazy, but 500ml should be sufficient for most of us. With regard to the mopping tank, using this will require more intervention and regular emptying. The mopping has 3 levels of moisture to suit the type of floor you are cleaning, however, no matter how wet the cloth, it is just like passing a damp cloth over a surface once without much pressure. If you are expecting it to clean up spillages, you may end up disappointed. This is why I always recommend a separate mopping robot if you have a lot of hard floor surfaces. It\u2019s also worth noting that the robot is not smart enough to recognize rugs and carpet, so if you are using the mopping feature and have carpeted areas, be sure to make use of the magnetic strips to block off areas you don\u2019t want to get wet. While the Proscenic 850T does have an element of intelligence in its route planning, the lack of smart navigation means it doesn\u2019t actually recognize where it is in the house. This can result in problems when it comes to self-docking on the charging port as it gets lost. One final thing I want to mention is the height. At just 2.87 inches (7.3cm) it is up there with some of the slimmest robot vacuum cleaners on the market such as the eufy models, great for cleaning under beds and furniture. Key Features So let\u2019s take a closer look at some major selling points of the device. Voice & App Control If you have a Wi-Fi connection, you can configure Proscenic 850T with its native app for better control, planning, and even monitoring of the robot. You can even prompt to start or stop the cleaning process anytime at the tip of your fingers. You can also issue very simple commands via Amazon Alexa devices or Google Assistant. Automatic Charging and Systematic Cleaning The Proscenic 850T does not randomly clean the house. Instead, it follows a highly efficient and logical algorithm to cover every inch of your unit. Combine this with an automatic charging function in which the device returns to its dock when battery life is low, then you have a smart cleaning solution that provides seamless operations. Long Run Time The 2600 mAh battery of the Proscenic 850T can help it reach up to 2 hours of active cleaning time. Do not worry, as it goes back to its job after automatic charging is complete. No-go Zones with Magnetic Tapes Do you have areas that you do not want to be cleaned? No problem as Proscenic 850T got you covered! Magnetic tapes included with the purchase helps in restricting the mobility of the robot. This results in a flexible cleaning process that is dependent on your choices. Great Hardware Amazing suction power combined with a large electric water tank and dust containers make the Proscenic 850T a great companion for clean-up. There will be no need to frequently dispose of the bins nor add water to them as the storage capacity is enough for multiple sessions. To add, the strong suction power means that no dirt escapes the vision of this smart robot. Ease of set-up and use Even a person who has difficulties operating with machines will find the Proscenic 850T easy to use. To start your journey with the device, you need to make sure that cords and wires are out of sight, as the suction power of the 850T can absorb them. To prepare the device, you must assemble the dust tank, water tank, plug, and dock or charging station of the device. The magnetic strip should be kept in case you need it in the future. Remove the tabs on the side of the device and take off the stickers. Check if the components are complete and flip the device over to install the edge cleaning brushes. If all components are ready, you can either use the remote or the app to proceed. If you choose to proceed on the app, install the Proscenic Home app and turn on the robot\u2019s switch. Log-in and add the device. You should see the 850T and connect it to the router. After confirmation, the button should be held, and you now have control over your robot. This gives you greater control over your choices. Screenshots from the Proscenic app Note: the device only connects to 2.4ghz WiFi and there have been some reports of trouble connecting to dual-band routers that have support 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands. When I had this issue with my Proscenic 820s, this is the fix I used and if you are having trouble connecting your Proscenic 850T to your WiFi, I recommend trying it. My problem was that my router 2.4 and 5GHZ signal names were too similar and it was confusing the system. To fix it I managed to log into my router, change the name of the 2.4ghz signal, reconnect the app and the robot vacuum, and just like that, I could connect it to my Wi-Fi. If you are changing your WiFi name, I recommend changing it to something along the lines of \u201cFBI surveillance van\u201d, just to worry your neighbors. You can also find a bit more information in this Quick Start Guide. If you want a more in-depth guide, you can click here to read the full Proscenic 850T manual. Reliability The 2 hours of run time makes the 850T a great companion. However, the lack of mapping capabilities for virtual use makes it a bit behind compared to its competitors. As mentioned above sometimes the inability to locate its dock for recharging can be frustrating. These issues, however, can be fixed with added human intervention. The device settings such as auto-cleaning, deep cleaning, mopping, and spot-cleaning. A schedule can also be built to tailor the device based on your needs. Overall, it is a fairly reliable device that can be used without the app, as the remote is also great in directing the 850T to do your desired tasks. Ongoing Maintenance Ongoing maintenance of the device involves cleaning the dust bin and HEPA filter, refilling the water tank, and removal of gunk on its brushes. A tool to help with clean-up is included in the package, so there is no need to purchase one for yourself. To open the dust bin, you must pull out and remove the component to throw the content away in a trash bin. To access the brushes, you can flip the device and use the tool to scrape out the hard dirt trapped in it. Remember to not use water in the HEPA filters, as it can cause damage. Extra Purchases and Ongoing Costs Extra purchases on the Proscenic 850T solely depend on your choice and lifestyle. You can increase the devices\u2019 restriction capabilities by buying more magnetic strips on Amazon. As for the components such as brushes and bins, there is no need to purchase additional ones, since they come with the robot. The only ongoing cost that you will spend with the device is for electricity usage. However, with an active life of 2600 mAh, this will not be an issue. FAQs Does the Proscenic 850T work with Alexa and Google Assistant?Yes, the integration with Alexa and Google makes it a great device that can be voice-controlled by a smartphone. This makes it a highly interactive robot capable of bringing you what you need anytime, anywhereWhat are the cleaning modes available?\u00a0The Vboost technology of the device automatically increases its suction capabilities once a carpet is detected. It has multiple modes called Edge Cleaning, Spot Cleaning, and Auto Cleaning which you can use based on your needs.\u00a0Does it work without WiFi?Yes, the device has a remote which allows control even without an internet connection.Does the Proscenic 850T support no-go zones through the app?No, it does not support a no-go zone through the app. To restrict areas, the magnetic strip must be used.Will it recognize a carpet while mopping?No, it recognizes carpets and floors as the same entity. You can put magnetic strips on the carpet to avoid mopping it. Final thoughts on the Proscenic 850T The Proscenic is a great budget vacuum cleaner robot that has amazing hardware and fair software. For its price, it is capable of handling heavy cleaning tasks on its own. However, the lack of mapping and virtual restriction means that extra human intervention is needed. Despite such problems, the suction power and cleaning capabilities of this device make it a robot worth considering if you want to purchase a great value robotic vacuum cleaner.