Bacteria Killing Robot



Every detail in the Robo has made with YOU in mind. Robo is perfect for travelling, and everyday use. It's so small that it can fit in your pocket. With over 18 states of the art sensors, Robo makes it one of it's kind. 

Robo is designed to glide over and between the bedsheets, eradicating bacteria in its wake, it's that simple. Place Robo on any surface, bed or object and let it get to work!



There are tons of robotic vacuum cleaners out there, but Robo isn't one of them -- it doesn't suck up debris but instead uses ultraviolet light in what's called the C-spectrum, a wavelength at which light has disinfectant properties and that is often used in hospitals.


Robo works on over 40 types of materials and will make sure to remove up to 99.99% of all germs and bacteria on the place you spend 1/3 of your life on (your bed!)


That's not all tho, the Robo can Sanitize pillowcases, toilet seats, light switches, bathroom fixtures, TV remotes, and more NEW Handheld Mode. 




  • Travel Proof: Pocket-Sized for easy on the go use
  • Convenient - turn it on and let it go, it's that easy!
  • Sleep in peace knowing you are germ-free
  • Stay Healthy - Robo Wave kills 99.99% of germs and bacteria and helps prevent the spread of airborne viruses!  


Millions of people every year get sick after traveling and that's mainly due to the number of bacteria they come in contact with along their trip. 

Hotels are notorious for germs and bacteria but thanks to Robo you can finally be WORRY-FREE. Clean Hotel room beds, which are FILLED of bacteria, and feel safe and comfortable wherever you may be travelling to. ✈

 Robo has made with travellers in mind! We designed it small enough to fit it in your pocket and be ready for on the go use.


Robo is truly the world’s ONLY travel-friendly compact smart robot using UV-C light to sanitize and disinfect every part of your hotel room, from beds to glasses to toilet seats.

The closest competitors to Robo right now are large hospital-grade sanitizing robots used in operating rooms, which are still few and far between, and at-home UV-C lamps, which are not portable or for every surface.