Erases household messes, both wet and dry.
Vacuums and mops at the same time when brushing the floor 560 times per minute. Especially useful for the bathroom, kitchen, balcony, and areas where wet and dry dirt usually occurs. Along with the Dreame detergent* that comes in the package, your floor is even cleaner than it looks.
Versatile and mighty. Tackles various types of mess.
A quick and easy way to clean up various types of mess. Easily takes care of spilled cereal, coffee, ketchup, coke, and most wet and dry household messes. It even has Max mode that boosts the cleaning ability toward ingrained dirt.
Self-cleaning, as long as it is on.
Only a clean roller brush cleans well. The scraper scrubs the roller brush deep down to the root with a row of teeth. The mess is safely vacuumed, and the roller brush is clean during the cleanup. With a simple click from you, H11 even cleans itself on the dock.
Push easily under an invisible force.
Generated by the roller, there is traction at the front to help you effortlessly push the vacuum cleaner forward once it is on.
Works up to 30 minutes* on a full charge.
With a battery capacity of 6*2,500mAh, H11 is suitable for large homes.
*30 minutes: Tested in the lowest suction mode at Dreame Lab. The test report is ZM-P2124-210630-1.
Get notified. Whenever you need.
Get an insight into the cleaning when the remaining battery, cleanliness, and working status display on the LED screen. Voice prompts are supported as well.
- Error Prompts.
- Cleaning Modes.
- Battery Status
- Water Tank Status
- Roller Brush Error.
- Tube Blockag
Easy to store. Easy to charge.
H11 can stand on its own and be put away easily after cleanup. Just put the vacuum cleaner back to the dock, and the charging starts right away. Apart from that, the charging dock has extra space for storing accessories as well.
Deep clean. Up to 1,722ft².
No longer need to refill the water tank over and over. H11 comes with a clean water tank of 0.23gal that covers up to 1,722ft² in the lowest water flow mode.
*1,722ft²: The maximum coverage was demonstrated at Dreame Lab.