Kobold VB100 SPB100 sets
Vacuuming and wiping hard floors
Sucking and wiping
When moving Kobold SPB100 forward or backward, loose dust will be sucked in through the 2 suction channels in front of and behind the cloth.
At the same time the floor is wiped by the microfibre cloth MF600 which is mounted on an oscillating plate.
This reduces your effort and saves your time.
Kobold MF600 is a high-tech microfibre cloth. One cloth contains over 600 km microfibre yarn. As the illustration demonstrates, the fine structure of the individual fibres creates a larger surface in comparison with other cleaning materials. This allows MF600 to absorb significantly more dirt.
Especially in summertime, high humidity in combination with fine dust creates a sticky film on the floor and on other surfaces. Kobold SPB100 with MF600 nicely removes this. Just touch your floor before and after cleaning. You will sense the difference clearly.
For all hard floors
4 different moisture levels (dry, levels 1 to 3) allow to adjust to nearly every type of hard floor. They are indicated by the 3 LED waves on Kobold SPB100. Depending on the mode chosen, 30 ml of cleaning liquid will be released from the tank to the microfibre cloth in intervals of 50, 100, 150 seconds. You switch between the modes by pressing the big green button on SPB100 with your foot.
Kobold SPB100 is not suitable for rough concrete. For unsealed/untreated cork or wood floors the "dry mode" should be used (with optional dry-cleaning cloth).
Kobold SPB100 is not designed for sucking up liquid. In such case, to prevent damage, a moisture sensor will open the safety flap at the side and SPB100 will stop. Only after completely dried out, SPB100 can be used again.
Preparation fast and easy
There are only 2 steps necessary before starting Kobold SPB100:
- Fill just 3 ml of the cleaning agent "Koboclean" into the tank and fill up with water. Attach the tank to SPB100.
- Attach the self-adhesive MF600 by just moving SPB100 over the cloth.
Ready to start!
Easier than you think
Kobold SPB100 is heavy. And it must be heavy to exert enough pressure on the floor to remove even stubborn dirt.
But do not be afraid. It is much easier to move than you might think. With its oscillating movements at 1,350 rpm, Kobold SPB100 creates a gliding effect. So, the effort required to clean the floor is minimized. And thanks to the flexible joint, SPB100 can be maneuvered easily.
And of course, it is not necessary anymore to carry heavy water buckets, to bend or knee down for cleaning or to exert excessive pressure to remove sticky dirt.
After care? Convenient!
After cleaning, the microfibre cloth Kobold MF600 is released by just pushing the release button by foot.
Kobold MF600 can be washed by hand or in the washing machine up to 60° (if possible). We recommend washing directly after usage.
Cost effective and environmentally friendly
Imagine: Only 3 ml of detergent is necessary for 1 tank fill! And 300 ml of water. This is enough for cleaning up to 60 m². So, one 500 ml bottle "Koboclean" will last for more than 150 tank fills! And "Koboclean" is biodegradable.
In addition, the microfibre cloth MF600 is extremely friction- and tear-resistant. So, it can be used for many cleaning sessions.
Kobold SPB100 sets come together with a package of 3 microfibre cloths MF600 and a 500 ml bottle of the cleaning agent Koboclean.
Important to know
Height 10 cm; width 32 cm; length 38 cm
AC 100 V, 50/60 Hz
55W (can only be used in combination with Kobold VB100)
Max. 80 dB(A) re 1 pW sound power level with Kobold VB100 at max level
ca. 300 ml
Maintenance-free, brushless DC motor
Quite some of our customers use Kobold SPB100 on tatami. With minimum water. If you want to use less water than level 1, we recommend the following: Start with level 1. Then switch to "dry mode" to stop releasing additional liquid to the cloth. Only if the cloth gets too dry, switch to level 1 again. Thus, you can prolong the intervals of liquid release. Just try your own optimum.
Do not use softener when washing the microfibre cloth. And do not use detergents with impregnating additives. This can damage the microfibres.