Clear the floor with the 18V X2 LXT® Brushless Cordless Robotic Vacuum, a state-of-the-art vacuum designed to automatically clean large spaces in commercial floor applications. Innovative robotic guidance technology guarantees reliable task automation and increases productivity. The expanding line of cordless janitorial and facility maintenance products by Makita offers freedom from the cord and unprecedented physical range.
Three stage cleaning utilizes side brushes, main brush and vacuum suction to ensure complete cleaning. Comes with an easily accessible large dust box ensuring ample capacity for commercial applications and its cruise mode function combined with multiple detection sensors efficiently navigates and performs complete coverage of floor space.
The Makita® Robotic Vacuum delivers up to 3.5 hours of continuous operation, and covers up to 5,380 square feetLearn More
FIND YOUR ROBOTIC VACUUM ANYWHERE
Press the location beacon button on the remote control to help you locate the Robotic Cleaner.
KEEP RESTRICTED AREAS OFF-LIMITS
Boundary line mode prevents the vacuum from traveling into restricted zones when a boundary tape line is placed.
The Robotic Vacuum offers two navigation options called Cruise Modes. Cruise Mode functionality combined with multiple detection sensors allow the Robotic Vacuum to efficiently navigate and perform complete coverage of floor space.
Use Pattern Mode for cleaning wide spaces with fewer obstacles, like warehouses, or long corridors. Cleaning in Pattern Mode can be performed more efficiently by starting the Robotic Cleaner from a position at the closer left end of a wall.
Use Random Mode for cleaning spaces with many obstacles, like office spaces or gyms.
*Number of robotic vacuums recommended based on one vacuum covering 5,300 square feet.**First Year Robotic Vacuum Cost is solely based on price / kit (DRC200PT) at ARV: $1,399.†Calculator for Estimating Purposes Only. First Year Savings do not take into account vacuum maintenance costs, including placement brushes, batteries and filters, which will depend upon a number of factors including frequency of use and type of flooring.