Comparison Chart: Dibea D18 vs. Tineco A10 Master

The Dibea and Tineco are new to the market and it is challenging to choose the best one from the two. Is the Dibea D18 worth buying? Do you need to spend more on the Tineco? Let's find out

Wrapping it up: which one to buy the Dibea D18 or Tineco A10 Master?

The Tineco costs twice more than the Dibea and has its advantages against the second vacuum. It is more suitable for cleaning carpet flooring. Both do a superb job on bare floor. The Tineco has more additional brushes for different needs, its LED brushes supposed to light the surface to find dust. These brushes work better on carpets as well. Detachable batteries provide longer cleaning. The charging dock stores all the additional tools that come in the box and can charge the batteries. The full-size LED soft-roller power brush carefully cleans bare floor without scratching it; the full-size LED multi-tasker power brush has stiff bristles that agitate dirt embedded in carpet. With a price of $300, you get a decent vacuum that mights not replace your traditional cleaner, but will definitelly decrease the needs of using the latest one. It is ideal for homes with thin/medium-pile carpets; the Tineco A10 Master performs seamless on bare floor as well.

The Dibea D18 is a winner in its price category. If your home is all about bare floors, you can go with the Dibea D18. It is not as powerful as the Tineco, though it can clean thin carpets too. For the price of around $100, the Dibea D18 is a good vacuum cleaner suitable mostly for bare floor, and thanks to the HEPA filter (H10), the vacuum is perfect for those who suffer from asthma and allergies.

To know the differences between all the Tineco models read our Tineco vacuum cleaners comparison chart

Product name Dibea D18 Tineco A10 Master
Photo Dibea D18 Tineco A10 Master
Best Offers $149 Amazon
$99.99 GearBest
$299.99 Amazon
Brand Name Dibea Tineco
Dust Tank Capacity 550 ml 400 ml
Runtime 45 min 50 min
Charging Time 240 min -
Suction Power 9000 Pa 20000 Pa
Power (Watt) 120 W 100 W
Battery Capacity 2200 mAh 2000 mAh
Battery Type Li-ion Li-Ion
Filter Type H10 HEPA + sponge
Washable Filter Yes Yes
Floor Types
  • Hardwood
  • Linoleum
  • Tile
  • Laminate
  • Thin Carpets
  • Hardwood
  • Tile
  • Laminate
  • Thin Carpets
  • Medium-Pile Carpets
  • Noise Level 75 dB -
    Led Light Yes Yes
    Working Modes 2-speed control Max power mode, Regular mode
    Other Features - Low-profile design, easy-to-empty dustbin, floor-to-ceiling versatility
    • Metal Tube
    • Floor Brush
    • Long Handle Suction
    • Brush
    • Rack
    • Bag of Accessories
    • Charger
    • Main Machine
    • English User Manual
    • Tube
    • Main Body
    • LED Multi-Tasker Power Brush
    • Crevice Nozzle
    • Mini Power Brush
    • 2-in-1 Dusting Brush
    • LED Soft-Roller Power Brush
    • Battery (2 in total)
    • Dual Battery Charger
    • Storehouse
    Weight 4.85 lbs 5.03 lbs
    Nozzle Width 8.30 inches 12.70 inches
    Length 27.00 inches 30.00 inches
    Warranty 12 months 24 months

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