MACH launches first V1 Ultra cordless stick vacuum with steam mop
Anker Innovations’ smart home brand Eufy has announced the launch of its own premium cleaning brand – MACH. This new brand will offer smart home cleaning products, including the “world’s first cordless stick vacuum with steam mop,” the MACH V1 Ultra.
The flagship product from MACH “sets a new precedent as the world’s first cordless vacuum with steam-mopping capabilities,” as put by Anker Innovations. The product has a range of forward-thinking features that simplify the home cleaning experience.
For one, the product features SteamWave technology, which works by dissolving a stain before the surface is vacuumed and mopped. Steam is released at a temperature of 110°, which is ideal for the removal of dirt and bacteria.
To protect itself from overheating, the V1 Ultra can pause steam delivery when the vacuum is lifted above the ground. Anker Innovations says that this technology means the V1 Ultra is the “the world’s first cordless stick vacuum with steam and mopping capabilities.”
V1 Ultra implements latest technology to clean the home
Beyond that, the vacuum is built with Eco-Clean Ozone Disinfection and Tesla Valve Mixing Technology. The sterilisation technology works by sanitising the surface of the floor being cleaned, before the vacuum and its rolling brush are sanitised.
After the floor has been disinfected, the “ozone” is broken down into non-toxic air. The Technical Inspection Association and Environmental Protection Agency conducted a study which showed that ozone technology can reduce germs by up to 99%.
Also included in the V1 Ultra is a built-in generator with aforementioned Tesla Valve Mixing technology. This feature mixes cleaning solution with water, and releases just the right amount of liquid for “optimal cleaning.” Anker Innovations says the vacuum can store cleaning solution for up to 30 days.
Furthermore, the vacuum features JetStream Powerful Suction, with suction power of 16,800PA. The product is also fitted with noise-cancelling technology, so that noise levels are capped at 65dB, which is apparently the same as a dishwasher.
JedBlade and long-last battery among design features
A transparent body gives the V1 Ultra a forward-thinking design, giving users the option of seeing the dirt and mess that they clean. The stick vacuum is lightweight and even offers alerts and updates via an LCD display on the handle.
Other design highlights include the JetBlade Anti-Slip, a feature which uses air to dry the floor as the mop cleans. This apparently helps to minimise the risk of slipping when mopping on hard floors.
There is also the Triple Self-Clean System, a three-ford self-cleaning system that simultaneously cleans, disinfects and dries the vacuum’s rolling brush, tube and body.
Furthermore, by using Anker’s “industry-leading” battery technology, the V1 Ultra can offer up to 82 minutes of cleaning on one charge.
“MACH represents a major breakthrough for the Eufy brand,” said Steven Yang, CEO of Anker Innovations. “MACH is more than just a measurement of supersonic speed. It is about setting new standards and achieving the impossible, which is the philosophy behind Eufy’s new MACH brand.
“For a product to fall under the MACH umbrella, it must challenge the status quo, offering technology and innovation that defy expectations. The V1 Ultra is just the beginning, and we look forward to sharing details of other products under our new MACH brand soon.”
News of the launch of MACH and the V1 Ultra follows Anker Innovations’ release of the ultra-high-capacity Anker PowerHouse 767 power station, described as “the industry’s first portable power station to incorporate GaN technology for a longer lasting battery life and overall lifespan.”
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