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Ultenic T10 Pro Robot Vacuum Cleaner with Mop review: our verdict on the multitasking robot vac/mop hybrid

By Poppy O'Neill | Last updated Feb 29, 2024

Ultenic T10 Pro review

Price on writing: £370 | Buy now from Amazon

Our rating:
What we like
  • Easy to assemble and charge

  • Moves easily between hard floors and carpet

  • Can cope with thinner rugs

  • Effective sweeping

  • Sweeps, vacuums and mops

  • Self-emptying

  • Clever LiDAR navigation

  • App and remote control included

  • Scheduled cleaning sessions can be set up

  • No-go zones stop it mopping rugs or getting lost under sideboards

What we don't like
  • Noisy

  • Pairing with WiFi can be tricky

  • Mop heads need to be fitted and removed manually between cleans

Key specs

Type of vacuum cleaner: Robot and mop | Weight: 7.5kg | Capacity: 3.3l dust bag | Runtime: 200-250 minutes | Charge time: 4-5 hours | Suction: 4,000 Pa | Dimensions: ‎42 x 41.5 x 37.5 cm

Ultenic T10 Pro

How we tested

Mumsnet editor Poppy tested the Ultenic T10 Pro downstairs in her 3-bedroom home. With four pets and two children, there's always plenty of crumbs, dust, hair and paw prints that need hoovering or mopping up, and Poppy tested the robot vacuum cleaner on a variety of hardwood, tile, lino and carpet floors over a 2-week period.

As Floor Care editor, Poppy has plenty of experience testing out vacuums - from the best budget vacuum cleaner to the best cordless vacuum cleaner. She carefully compared the Ultenic T10 to similar robot vacuum cleaners like the Eufy X8 Pro, taking detailed notes on the Ultenic T10's performance, ease of use and effectiveness.

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What's in the box?

Ultenic T10 Pro

The Ultenic T10 Pro comes with everything you need to get set up and start cleaning:

  • Robot

  • Spare sweeping brush

  • Power cord

  • Two mop head attachments

  • Remote control (batteries included)

  • Charging station and platform

  • Two spare dust bags

How easy is the Ultenic T10 Pro to set up and start using?

The Ultenic T10 Pro comes with a charging station and platform, to guide it smoothly back 'home' for charging and emptying dust. Once this is slotted together and you've found a suitable spot in your home with plenty of clear space either side of the charging station, you're ready to charge up your robot.

While a remote control is included, the T10 Pro is best controlled using the free Ultenic app. Once downloaded, I found pairing with Bluetooth very quick and easy. I also tested pairing using WiFi, which was a bit fiddlier as the robot temporarily emits its own WiFi hotspot you need to connect to, but I got there in the end.

Once the robot is fully charged up, it can get straight to work. Set it to auto clean and it'll map as it goes for future cleans. The app is easy to navigate and intuitive to use. Once the robot has created a map of your home, you can set up no-go or no-mop zones to keep it on the straight and narrow.

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How do you control the Ultenic T10 Pro?

With high-tech LiDAR technology, the Ultenic T10 is great at finding its own way around your home and avoiding obstacles. If you don't want it to go somewhere, you can use the app to set up a no-go zone and it'll avoid it automatically.

The app can be used to prompt the robot to start an automatic clean, mopping session or schedule regular cleans. You can see from the display where the robot is in your house and where it's cleaned.

There's also a remote control included with the robot, which I found helpful for quick, targeted clean ups and spot cleaning.

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What's the Ultenic T10 Pro like to use day-to-day?

Having a robot vacuum cleaner around the house is a real time- and energy-saver, and I've been a convert since 2022. The Ultenic T10 performs impressively against common robot challenges such as door thresholds, thin rugs and doormats, its chunky wheels taking everything in its stride without getting stuck on flimsier rugs.

The app is easy to use and I like that you can tell it to mop or vacuum, and that it empties its own dust box, meaning I don't have to for up to 60 days. It has customisable suction power and water levels, so you can tweak the settings until it's just right for your floors.

The one thing that didn't impress me about the T10 Pro was how it fared against the cheerios test. Picking up larger crumbs off the floor (like dropped Cheerios) isn't its strong suit unfortunately, and I ended up grabbing my Dyson V15 Detect to tackle this job.

If you keep your floors relatively tidy, the scheduled cleans take the mental load off you, keeping on top of floor care effortlessly and to a schedule that suits you and your family.

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How well does the Ultenic T10 Pro clean carpets?

The Ultenic T10 Pro can recognise when its on carpet, and adjusts its suction accordingly, increasing up to 4,000Pa to effectively suck up pet hair, dust and debris from your carpets. Its LiDAR navigation means it moves systematically around, cleaning in an effective, logical pattern and avoiding obstacles.

I was impressed with how well the robot cleaned my carpets - with two dogs they need hoovering a lot more often than I get round to it. It has a long revolving brush that works effectively to draw and surface debris into the robot's vacuum, while using powerful suction to remove more bedded-in dust and hair.

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How well does the Ultenic T10 Pro vacuum and mop hard floors?

My home has a mix or parquet, tile and lino downstairs, and the Ultenic T10 performed well on all of them for both vacuuming and mopping.

There's a water tank in the robot that needs filling (and the manual recommends using filtered water to prolong the robot's life), and two mop heads that need to be fitted before mopping, and removed and rinsed after.

The terracotta tiles in my kitchen have pretty deep dips between them, and the T10 didn't manage to suck up every last bit of dust and hair, which was slightly disappointing. The mopping function is very effective - compared to the eufy X8 Pro I found this robot gave a more thorough clean.

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Is the Ultenic T10 Pro good value for money?

The Ultenic T10 Pro has an RRP of £500, but at the time of writing it's available for £370 with a voucher - so it's worth shopping around for deals. Compared to other robot vacuum-mop hybrids, it's very reasonably priced. For context, the comparable eufy X8 Pro retails for £600 and the higher-spec eufy X9 Pro is a whopping £900.

The robot didn't tackle bigger jobs like spilled cereal and chunky tile that well, but no robot is going to completely remove the need to own a conventional vacuum cleaner (especially if you have stairs at home). While Ultenic isn't the best-known robot vacuum brand, it has plenty of fans among Mumsnetters, who rate Ultenic's quality and effectiveness:

"I have a Ultenic Vac/Mop (with a self empty dock) and it is excellent. I have one dog (Breed known for shedding) and three cats. My floors are a mix of carpets and hard floors and it works brilliantly across both. It has a timer and I have it so it sets off every morning at 4AM so the floor is all tidy when I come down in the morning. It's super smart, builds maps, does systematic cleaning rather than the chaos theory bumping about style and you can select areas to go over a few times or re mop. Avoids obstacles on the floor. 10/10 would buy again." Mumsnet user DevonSunsets

As the Ultenic T10 Pro tackles two household tasks rather than one, investing in one is going to save you time and energy. With work, caring responsibilities, kids and pets, time and energy and at a premium. At £500, the robot is certainly an investment for most UK families, but if you're looking for a great quality, reasonably priced vac/mop hybrid you can rely on to sort your floors out on a regular basis, this one's a winner.

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About the author

Poppy O'Neill is a Content Editor at Mumsnet and a mother of two. She's been researching and reviewing baby and child products for 2 years, with a particular focus on baby essentials, toys and books for toddlers and outdoor play equipment. From potties to paddling pools and bunk beds to bedtime stories, she loves to deep-dive into research and find the best products out there.

Poppy is also an award-winning, best-selling children's and parenting author of books such as Don't Worry, Be Happy, The Extraordinary Book That Makes You Feel Happy and Mother Power. She specialises in children's mental health and her books are used by therapists, teachers and SENCOs across the UK. She won a The Week Junior Book Award in 2023, her books have been translated into several languages and she's been featured in The Guardian, The Sunday Times and The Sun.

After earning a BA in Creative Writing from the University of Leeds and a PGCert in Fashion and Lifestyle Journalism from University of the Arts London, she worked in fashion for most of her 20s. When her children were young, she undertook an MA in Creative Writing from the University of Chichester and re-trained as an author and freelance writer.