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Philips AquaTrio Cordless 9000 Review : Wet And Dry Cordless Vacuum Cleaner | Tech Reviews

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Philips aquatrio cordless 9000 Review : Wet And Dry Cordless Vacuum Cleaner | Tech Reviews

 

 

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What a multi-talent: In the AquaTrio Cordless 9000, Philips combines a vacuum mop, a canister vacuum cleaner and a hand-held vacuum cleaner. Dirty compromise or clean idea? The test by FADVICES clarifies it.

The Philips AquaTrio Cordless 9000 inspires as an ingeniously versatile high-tech floor cleaning device that cleans very thoroughly in all operating modes and is easy to use overall. The cleaning result in pure suction mode is impeccable. The only thing that bothers us during wet-dry cleaning is the somewhat carelessly tilled edges. The fact that it can also reach problem areas under flat furniture and can be converted into a handheld vacuum cleaner makes the Philips device a practical all-rounder. The replaceable battery and a useful display round off the strengths of the operating concept. The clunky click closure and the cumbersome emptying of the dust container are blemishes that are not noticeable in the convincing overall picture. The all-rounder concept from Philips works and therefore justifies the high price of 850 euros.

Pros & Cons

Pros
  • Good cleaning performance
  • Very manoeuvrable
  • Battery changeable
Cons
  • No thorough edge cleaning
  • Dust container difficult to empty
  • High price for device and extra battery
If you want a particularly clean home, it is better not to rely on vacuum robots . Your own muscular strength and nose tackle stubborn dirt or crooked corners most thoroughly. Time-saving combi devices that remove wet and dry dirt from the floor in one go. For Philips’ new battery-powered vacuum wiper AquaTrio Cordless 9000, even carpets and the couch are no restricted areas. In order to clean things that don’t tolerate getting wet, the high-tech cleaning device can be converted into two pure vacuum cleaners in large and mini format. Can the expensive all-rounder replace the purchase of several devices?

Philips AquaTrio in the test: that’s in it

First vacuum, then wipe with a damp cloth – with the Philips wet-dry vacuum cleaner, these two steps become one. With two constantly moistened brushes, it wipes away spilled muesli or red wine as well as dust fluff or cat hair in one go. Clever: The brush duo rotates in opposite directions. Therefore, it always throws the dirt into the suction tube, no matter whether the device is moving forwards or backwards. Not all vacuum wipers clean that cleverly. These are the other talents of the Philips AquaTrio Cordless 9000:
  • Dry with a click: damp cleaning could ruin carpeting or sofa upholstery. For these cases, the combination device can be converted into a pure vacuum cleaner without a wiping function. The handle, which also includes the motor and display, is released at the push of a button. Then it is connected to a blower housing with dust container, to which an extra suction pipe with suction nozzle fits. The suction tube can be exchanged for a mini motorized brush or crevice nozzle for more manageable use. The change sometimes requires several attempts because of the spongy click fastener.
  • Removable battery: A service life of up to 25 minutes vacuum wiping or a maximum of 45 minutes vacuuming are possible. The battery is not permanently installed. If it runs out of breath in the middle of cleaning, it can be exchanged for a full energy store. But it costs 150 euros extra. Alternatively, a charging pause on the Philips power supply is necessary.
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  • A little water means a lot: clean water flows onto the brushes from a 450-milliliter tank. The suction wiper pumps the dirty liquid into a 400-milliliter container. Other devices offer more capacity. In the test, repeated refilling and emptying was required. Nevertheless, the water consumption is significantly lower than with a mop and bucket thanks to the clever dosing. Philips puts a bottle of its own liquid cleaner (18 euros) in the box, but has nothing against third-party products.
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  • LC display with buttons: Pressing a button increases the water flow and the suction power if required. Self-cleaning can be activated during a pit stop in the docking station. A color display next to the buttons shows the current operating mode and the remaining charge level of the battery. It is easy to read while cleaning.
  • Put away neatly : when the doorbell rings, the AquaTrio can be laid on the floor without hesitation. Nothing leaks from the tanks. However, the device cannot stand on its own. A docking station is required for an upright posture. It’s well thought out. All accessories can be found there. The side-mounted guide arm for the vacuum cleaner unit can be clamped to the right or left of the center column – depending on how it is more accessible. With dimensions of 48×34.5×52 centimeters, the station needs quite a lot of space.
  • Cleans itself: If the brushes are dirty at the end of the shift despite a long shower, a four-minute wash cycle in the docking station can help at the touch of a button. In most cases, the self-cleaning ensures clean results. Only if the suction wiper has previously cleaned up particularly thick mush does some of it sometimes stick to the wide edges of the brush housing and drip from there into the brush tray of the docking station. Luckily, it can be removed and rinsed under the tap.
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The Philips AquaTrio cleans so thoroughly

The vacuum wiper from Philips masters its main task with ease. In tests, it usually removes large puddles of ketchup, yoghurt, mustard and soy sauce straight away. The AquaTrio had to scrub over dried coffee stains several times in the test. This is completely right. It wouldn’t be faster with a mop, but it would require more force. The water flow is finely dosed. Tiles and laminate are not unnecessarily soaked. The fast-rotating brushes throw the dirty liquid into the suction pipe without any problems. Nothing spills. It is only in the case of very large, viscous pools that something sometimes runs back onto the ground and only disappears without a trace during subsequent manoeuvres. The gray water tank can be easily detached and emptied with a click fastener. The AquaTrio Cordless allows itself weaknesses in dirt, bordering furniture edges or baseboards. Because of the wide edges of the closed brush housing, the cleaning device does not catch all of it. In the test, a remaining strip of jam could only be removed by hand. This would not happen with continuous brushes that extend over the entire width of the housing.
Philips Aqua Trio Cordless 9000 mops tiles
In the endurance test, the Philips cleaning force usually removes even the heaviest dirt right away.

Flexible but heavy

Otherwise, there is nothing wrong with the construction of the cleaning unit. It is very flat and manoeuvrable, which is why the Philips device is easy to clean under flat furniture. The brush housing also does not lift off when the handle is tilted downwards. However, many such low ground missions tire delicate forearms very quickly. Because the upper part of the AquaTrio Cordless is relatively heavy compared to the rest of the housing. The total weight of 4.2 kilograms is unevenly distributed because Philips bundles all drive and control technology at the top for easy switching between suction wiping and pure suction mode.
Philips Aqua Trio Cordless 9000 cleans under furniture
The brush housing is flexibly suspended and does not lift off so quickly. That’s why the cleaning aid comes deep under flat furniture.

Suction mode under the magnifying glass

Similar to wet-dry cleaning, the combination of handle, blower and suction tube can be maneuvered very easily and guided flat under furniture. With a weight of 3 kilograms, this structure is lighter. The suction power delivers top results. The device removed 99 out of 100 grams of the test dirt mixture of coffee powder, oatmeal and cat litter from hard floors. The AquaTrio Cordless regains 90 grams on a high-pile carpet – a very good value. The LED strip on the suction nozzle proves to be practical. It makes hidden crumbs, fluff or hair easier to see. It’s a pity that the brush housing isn’t also illuminated in suction mode. Philips collects negative points for the complicated emptying of the dust container. In order to get to him, we must first remove the handle, then remove the suction tube and finally a cap. With other devices, the pull on a lever is enough for a spring-loaded flap to spring open.

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Test conclusion: The Philips AquaTrio can do this and costs money

The Philips AquaTrio Cordless 9000 inspires as an ingeniously versatile high-tech floor cleaning device that cleans very thoroughly in all operating modes and is easy to use overall. The cleaning result in pure suction mode is impeccable. The only thing that bothers us during wet-dry cleaning is the somewhat carelessly tilled edges. The fact that it can also reach problem areas under flat furniture and can be converted into a handheld vacuum cleaner makes the Philips device a practical all-rounder. The replaceable battery and a useful display round off the strengths of the operating concept. The clunky click closure and the cumbersome emptying of the dust container are blemishes that are not noticeable in the convincing overall picture. The all-rounder concept from Philips works and therefore justifies the high price of 850 euros.

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