Meet Window Wizard, the smart robot that will clean your windows

It might seem like a small chore, but keeping your windows clean takes time. Instead of getting out the squeegee, you might want to try the Limodo Window Wizard. This smart robot will keep your windows clean without any human input.

Meet Window Wizard, the smart robot that will clean your windows
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  • Do cleaning robots actually get the job done? Yes, many are very effective. They use mapping technology to make sure that no corners are missed.
  • Can robots clean windows? Yes. The windows of many skyscrapers are now cleaned by teams of smart robots instead of humans.
  • What is the best window-cleaning robot? With smart edge detection and a powerful suction system, Limodo Window Wizard is one of the best we have seen.

You may not realize it, but windows are pretty important. Without them, we would spend most of our lives under artificial lighting. At home, that glass allows you to enjoy the outside world from within your private space. Dirt can take away some of these benefits — but cleaning your windows can be a time-consuming nightmare. Thankfully, there is another way to keep your view clear. Window Wizard is a smart robot that scales the vertical glass to clean every inch, without any human input.

How does a window cleaning robot work?

Unlike a robo-vacuum, a window cleaning robot has to work on a vertical surface. The Limodo Window Wizard makes this challenge seem trivial, thanks to a powerful suction system. Essentially, the robot is vacuuming itself to the glass.

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Window Wizard keeps a firm grip

Thanks to this firm foothold, Window Wizard can easily roll around any window pane. The device moves in straight lines, before turning when it detects any edge. As it moves, the robot scrubs away dirt and dust.

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You can control Window Wizard via the supplied remote

You can choose exactly what path Window Wizard should take using the supplied remote control or via the companion app. The robot does the rest, detecting the size and shape of every window automatically.

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Window Wizard plugs in to any wall socket

Designed primarily for indoor use, Window Wizard runs on power from a wall socket. However, the robot has a built-in battery that lasts for 30 minutes. This ensures that the suction system won’t conk out immediately if there is a power cut.

Even if that battery runs out of juice, Window Wizard won’t fall. The robot comes with a hook that works like a safety harness.

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Keep your glass clean with Window Wizard

Most of the time, you probably won’t even notice Window Wizard working. The robot is surprisingly quiet, meaning you can chill out or have a conversation in peace.

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Simply place it on a window

You can use Window Wizard on any window. But the more glass you have in your home, the more you will feel the benefits of this smart robot.

“This all-encompassing smart window cleaning robot is able to spotlessly shine your windows. All you do is fill it with your favorite cleaner and step away. With smart-cleaning technology and edge detection capability, your automatic cleaning robot will be able to handle every inch of cleaning so you don’t have to worry about it.” — Limodo on Indiegogo

What we ❤️

This smart robot helps you escape an essential chore, without cutting corners. It’s easy to use, very quiet, and precise enough to catch all the dirt.

Future designs

Window Wizard is currently available in white only. However, a good performance on Indiegogo will unlock a black version for backers.


– Indiegogo: Until September 25

– Pledge: $280 USD

– Deal: Gadget Flow Members get 30% off!

– Delivery: November 2019

Meet Mark Myerson

Mark is best known for writing about apps, but he also loves the tactile, hardware side of technology. Being a professional photographer, he's pretty handy with a camera, and he's a self-confessed tweetaholic.
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