PureCLean PUCRC25 vs Housmile: Decent Robots Under $100

PureClean PUCRC25 V2
Housmile Robotic Vacuum
Model PureClean PUCRC25 V2Housmile Robotic Vacuum
Run time 55 min90 min
Suction Power N/AN/A
Cleaning radius 120 m2 / 1292 ft2150 m2 / 1615 ft2
Dust bin capacity 200 ml650 ml
Noise Level 55 dbN/A
Remote Control
Intelligent mapping
Wet mopping
For carpet
HEPA filter
Smartphone App
Virtual Walls
Smartphone App
LCD display
Amazon Alexa Support
Water Tank Capacity --
Battery Capacity 2200 mAh2600 mAh
Charging time 240 min300 min
Barrier-cross height N/AN/A
Robot Weight 2.13 kg / 4.70 lbs1.17 kg / 2.58 lbs
Width 28 cm / 11.02 in22.6 cm / 8.90 in
Height 7.3 cm / 2.87 in6 cm / 2.36 in
Warranty 12 months12 months
Side brush 22
Where to buy Amazon $89.99
Amazon $99.99

PureClean PUCRC25 V2 Review

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  • performs well at picking up small things
  • not loud when working
  • decent cleaning performance on bare floors
  • handles pet hair


  • no docking station
  • small dustbin capacity
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Housmile Robotic Vacuum Review

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  • decent suction power
  • small body reaches most places under furniture
  • a large dustbin decrease frequency of emptying


  • docking station is not included
  • small size makes it hard to clean carpets and rugs
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First of all - Housmile and PureClean come without intelligent navigation. Do not expect it moving in a smart way remembering where its been. With that being said, note that both machines get stuck in tight places and run pretty random. Both robots can miss some areas leaving it uncleaned but running the devices everyday decrease using an upright vacuum cleaner constantly.

You can not leave both robots working, because of the issue of getting stuck from time to time.

There are no programming as well so you couldn't schedule the robots to work at a specific time.

PureCLean gets stuck when trying to get over cords, while Housmile cannot get on some carpets because of its small size.

Not for thick carpets and rugs. Both do its job on thin carpets and bare floors well. Bigger things laying on the floor is a 'no-no' for both machines though.

Because of no charging dock in the box, the PureClean PUCRC25 and Housmile should be placed to charge manually after its battery dies.

When it comes to runtime - Housmile does longer and has a bigger dustbin. The small dustbin PureClean equipped with making you empty it every once in a while.

Based on the consumer reviews, we concluded that PureClean cleans carpets a little bit better.

Because of its low body, Housmile cleans under hard-to-reach places.

With the price under $100, Housmile and PureClean PUCRC25 are decent robovacs that perform well on bare floors and pick up pet hair. Both are basic-featured robot vacuum cleaners that are perfect for some needs. So which one is better? Hard to say.

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