Dreame H11 Wet and Dry, in-depth review of this vacuum / mop

Dreamer remains positioned as one of the firms that offers a better quality / price ratio in the sector of smart home cleaning, especially if we talk about its vacuum cleaners, robots and other accessories that focus on making our lives easier when it comes to clean our house.

This time we take an in-depth look at the new H11 Wet and Dry, a vacuum cleaner that sweeps deep and scrubs in a single pass. We show you this new Dreame product and we tell you what our experience has been with the regular use of this product that has revolutionized a sector where not many alternatives are offered.

Materials and design

When you bet on a brand like Dreame, you already know what to expect in terms of design and materials, it has been characterized by good finishes and light but resistant plastics that have given most of its products an unparalleled personality, and it was not To be less with the new H11 vacuum cleaner, which we can quickly relate to the Asian brand at a glance. The dimensions are very pronounced, and this is accompanied by a total weight of around 4,7 Kg in a rather exaggerated body.

Comfort is not going to prevail, that is evident, however its rollers and the power of the brush will make it easy for us to carry out the passes. Porting is a little more complicated, hence the inclusion of a charging and self-cleaning station that will be located on the ground. We are certainly not looking at the brand's lightest and most versatile product, however, we should take into account the purposes of the Dreame H11, far from a light and usual cleaning, rather focused on large spaces and with a lot of accessibility. All this we should take into account before proceeding with the purchase.

Package content and capacities

Far from what it might seem, this Dreame H11 comes in a fairly compact package, the aluminum handle is light and removable, in addition to allowing us to manage the vacuum cleaner's functionalities with buttons with a good touch. The body that has the motor, broom and two water tanks is mounted directly on the box, and all wear and maintenance parts are removable, as always happens in Dreame. With a "click" system we are going to place the handle and we will have the Dreame H11 fully assembled to start with the first tests.

The content of the package as we have said is quite spartan, we find the main body where the double tank, the motor and the broom, the charging and self-cleaning base, together with the power adapter and a kind of «brush» with its addition for water or cleaning fluids that will help us keep the water tanks clean. In this section the Dreame H11 gives us a good feeling, the installation is quick and we have not required instructions to get going. It should be noted that Dreame includes a specific cleaning liquid that we will soon be able to purchase separately, although we have not yet found the point of sale.

That said, you may be wondering why we speak in the plural of "Deposits", This is because the Dreame H11 has two different tanks, one of dirty water of 500ml which is the one found in the lower part of the broom, and one of clean water of 900ml which is in charge of providing the mop with the cleaning liquid. This dirty water tank is where it is also responsible for nesting the dirt that we suck up.

The indicative panel of functions at the top will show us the two cleaning modes: Standard and Turbo. In the same way, it will inform us about the percentage of remaining battery and whether the self-cleaning mode is running at that moment, for which it needs to be at the charging station. This is how on the handle we find two buttons on the front to handle the different cleaning powers, and one on the upper part of the handle that is in charge of activating the self-cleaning mode.

Technical characteristics and user experience

First of all we will talk about autonomy, The Dreame H11 has a 2.500 mAh battery that will give us up to 30 minutes of autonomy in standard mode, this will be noticeably reduced if we go to what Dreame considers turbo mode. For its part, the vacuum cleaner has a 10.000 pascal suction power, slightly lower than what it offers in other devices such as its most popular handheld vacuum cleaners, where it can reach up to 22.000, being that its rotary brush up to 560 revolutions per minute It will help to catch the most encrusted dirt and this allows the device to work with lower suction powers.

For its part, the noise will reach 76dB which also falls far short of the best results that the brand has been able to offer on other devices. As an advantage, we have the possibility of buying it in Amazon, with all the guarantees that this entails.

One of the main problems that we have found, beyond the weight, is the thickness of the brush, which will prevent us from going under certain furniture, in the same way and taking into account the destination of the Dreame H11, it would have been interesting to also include a LED light on the brush. For his part, and as could be expected, the result in parquet is devastating, excess water will leave noticeable marks, however, this is a product specially designed for porcelain floors, stoneware and even vinyl, where the results have been much better.

Editor's opinion

This Dreame H11 is an innovative product that sets the standards to be followed in the sector as a reference, although it has less notable points such as weight and difficult access under furniture, it has good suction power, excellent materials of construction and finishes and it will make things much easier for us as long as we do not have parquet or wooden floors. Its price is around the 320 euros in usual points of sale such as Amazon.

H11 Wet and Dry
  • Editor's rating
  • 4.5 star rating
399 a 320
  • 80%

  • H11 Wet and Dry
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  • Last modification: December 28 2021
  • Design
    Publisher: 90%
  • Power
    Publisher: 80%
  • Performance
    Publisher: 90%
  • Results
    Publisher: 90%
  • Autonomy
    Publisher: 80%
  • Portability (size / weight)
    Publisher: 70%
  • Price quality
    Publisher: 80%

Pros and cons

Pros

  • Well finished materials and design guarantees
  • Good power and good porcelain finishes
  • It's easy to move

Cons

  • Bad access in low furniture
  • Bad results on parquet
 

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