How would you feel if you saw the Ecovacs Deebot 900 and Deebot OZMO 900 when you were shopping for a Robot Vacuum Sweeper? Can you guess the difference between them?
We know that Ecovacs is a relatively long-established manufacturer of hoovers and sweepers, and that their Deebot range is widely known around the world and has found its way into thousands of homes thanks to its good value for money. However, due to the company’s rather crude management style, the naming of many of its products is extremely confusing, especially for the various models sold in the Chinese domestic market, the names of which are very disturbing.
In addition to the naming of the Chinese series models, there are in fact some problems with the English versions of their products. It is easy to get confused about the Deebot 900 and the Deebot OZMO 900, which many consumers at first glance think are the same machine, but in fact they are two completely different products.
Ecovacs Deebot 900
Ecovacs Deebot OZMO 900
We can see from the pictures above that there is a clear difference between the two products in terms of appearance. The biggest difference between the two is that the former does not support the wiping function, i.e. there is no water tank, while the latter has a good cleaning function and can clean the floor by wiping with a cloth while vacuuming.
The difference between the two products can be easily distinguished if you understand the difference in their names, which is “OZMO”. It’s a trademark that Ecovacs has applied for for their own cleaning system, called OZMO, so the Deebot 900 is the one without the mopping function and the Deebot OZMO 900 is the one with the OZMO mopping function.
OZMO Mopping System
Is this the way to introduce you to the difference between the two? In the end, it is because Ecovacs’ product marketing was inadequate and they did not inform consumers of the meaning behind the trademarked names after they registered them themselves. They did not inform consumers of the meaning behind these trademarks after they registered the names themselves, and even led most consumers to believe that the presence or absence of OZMO in the product name made no difference.
As a practitioner in the industry, I would like to tell you once again, through such content, to pay attention to distinguishing between product models to avoid trouble when buying accessories at a later stage.