Bagotte BG600Max

For multiple rooms

For multiple rooms

With mop

With mop

Climbing height

Climbing height

0.63 in

App control

App control

Mapping

Mapping

Suction power

Suction power

2000 Pa

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Review of Bagotte BG600Max

Review methodology:
1.0
Date published:
23-04-2021
Last modified:
23-04-2021

Pros

  • Quiet
  • Strong suction power
  • Supports six cleaning modes
  • Carpet boost
  • Low height
  • Two side brushes
  • Inclusive of magnetic strips
  • Has a designated remote control

Cons

  • No mapping capability
  • No app or voice integration
  • Can get stuck often
  • Unable to work well with high pile carpets
  • Random navigation
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Specifications

Battery
Max runtime
100 min
Charge time
360 min
Type of battery
Li-ion
Battery capacity
2600 mAh
Recharge and resume function
No
Automatically docks and recharges
Yes
Cleaning
Sound level
60 dB
Suction power
2000 Pa
Maximum climbing height
0.63 in
Dustbin capacity
0.6 L
Carpet Boost
Yes
Scheduling function
Yes
Shape
Round
Number of side brushes
2
Mopping
Mopping function
No
Navigation
Mapping-Sensor
None
Object recognition
No
Stair sensor and object sensor
Yes
For multiple rooms
No
Control
App control
No
Remote control
Yes
Voice control
No
Alexa voice control
No
Google Home voice control
No
Base station
Automatic dirt disposal
No
App-functions
App control
No
Interactive mapping
No
Real Time Tracking
No
Digital Blocked Area
No
Zoned Cleaning
No
Multi Floor Maps
No
Selected Room Cleaning
No
Dimensions and weight
Height
2.72 in
Width
12.99 in
Depth
12.99 in

Specification comparison

Updated July 13, 2024

Who should buy Bagotte BG600Max

  • If you are looking for a budget robot vacuum, and don't have a need or want an app or voice control, the BG600Max might be for you.
  • If you have different floor types, from hard floors to medium-pile carpets, the BG600Max is suitable for you. It can seamlessly transition between different floor types, and has a carpet boost feature that can automatically increase suction on carpets.
  • If you have a lot of low-lying furniture, you should consider the BG600Max; the low profile can easily clean areas that are hard-to-reach.
  • If you are working from home, or have noise sensitivity, you might be satisfied with the low noise level of the BG600Max, which is as quiet as a microwave.
  • If you are new to robot vacuums, the BG600Max is an excellent option for you to explore since it doesn't cost much, and is easy to set up.
  • If you don't have Wi-Fi in your home, the BG600Max might suit you well, since it doesn't need Wi-Fi connectivity to have more access to its controls.

Who should NOT buy Bagotte BG600Max

  • If you prefer robot vacuums that can be controlled through an app or voice integration, you might want to check other robot vacuums such as the BG800, that also has a mapping capability.
  • If you are looking for a hybrid robot vacuum and mop, the BG600Max is not for you, so you might want to check the Eufy RoboVac G10 Hybrid, that can vacuum and mop simultaneously.

Verdict

The BG600 Max is one of the budget robot vacuums that balances affordability, with functionality. Since it has a low price point, it only supports the basic functions of a robot vacuum, making it an excellent starting point if you want to explore the world of robot vacuums.

The BG600Max can vacuum fine dirt, pet hairs, small crumbs, and debris easily because it has a strong suction of up to 2000Pa (stronger than the other budget robot vacuums like the BG700 that only supports 1600Pa). The BG600Max has a carpet boost feature (that the BG600 lacks), which can automatically increase its suction power when it detects carpets. This feature allows the robot vacuum to optimize its battery life, since it only increases its suction power in areas needing a more potent suction.

If you have low to medium-pile carpets, you should take advantage of the BG600Max's carpet boost suction. However, if you have high-pile carpets, the BG600Max might encounter difficulties maneuvring, since it can only climb up to 0.67 inches. Moreover, even if it was able to go over the thick carpet, it would not be able to vacuum well and might leave some debris behind.

It has six cleaning modes within the remote control: spot cleaning, edge, single room, auto, scheduling, and adjustable suction. These various cleaning modes allow you to manipulate the robot vacuum according to your cleaning needs.

Unlike other, more expensive robot vacuums, such as the BG800 with a mapping capability, the BG600Max navigates randomly. By randomly, it means that it navigates the floor by bumping into furniture with no specific pattern. However, it is capable of cleaning the entire floor gradually, with the help of its infrared sensor that prevents it from falling down the stairs, and bumping into an obstacle. However, it might get stuck often since it doesn’t have an advanced navigation system.

The BG600Max has a low profile of 6.85cm, which is common in budget robot vacuums, since they don't have the laser turret that robot vacuums with mapping capability have. The low height of the robot vacuum allows it to go under furniture such as beds, sofas, cabinets, or other hard-to-reach areas.

Aside from a low price and low profile, it also has a low noise volume of up to 55dB, which won't disturb or irritate you since it is the same noise level as a microwave oven.

The magnetic strip allows you to set barriers for areas where you don't want the robot vacuum to go, such as areas with water bowls, or areas where there are many cables or wires.

Overall, the BG600Max is an excellent choice if you are fine with a robot vacuum that doesn't have an expensive mapping capability, as long as it can get the job done.

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Pros

Higher suction power (2000 Pa vs. 1500 Pa)
Larger dust bin (0.6L vs 0.5L)
Carpet boost

Cons

More expensive

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Max runtime 100 min 240 min 200 min
Charge time 360 min
Type of battery Li-ion Li-ion Li-ion
Battery capacity 2600 mAh 5200 mAh 5000 mAh
Recharge and resume function
Automatically docks and recharges
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Cleaning area 3228.9 ft2 2152.6 ft2
Sound level 60 dB 67 dB
Suction power 2000 Pa 5500 Pa 3000 Pa
Maximum climbing height 0.63 in 0.79 in 0.79 in
Dustbin capacity 0.6 L 0.47 L 0.3 L
Type of filter EPA 11 HEPA
Carpet Boost
Scheduling function
Shape Round Round Round
Number of side brushes 2 1 1
Washable filter
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Mopping function
Water tank capacity 0.35 L 0.25 L
Vibrating mop
Rotating mopping pad
Automatic mop lift
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Mapping-Sensor None LiDAR LiDAR
Object recognition
Stair sensor and object sensor
For multiple rooms
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App control
Remote control
Voice control
Alexa voice control
Google Home voice control
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Automatic dirt disposal
Dustbag capacity 2.5 l 3.0 l
Automatic water tank refilling
Automatic mop washing
Automatic mop drying
Type of mop drying
Automatic addition of cleaning solution
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App control
Interactive mapping
Real Time Tracking
Digital Blocked Area
Zoned Cleaning
No mop zones
Multi Floor Maps
Selected Room Cleaning
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Height 2.72 in 13.78 in
Width 12.99 in 13.9 in
Depth 12.99 in 3.8 in
Weight

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