Yes, what you are seeing is true, this mop knows how to stand by itself, without falling over. Apparently, it uses a magnetic floor mop carrier blade with a two-step foot switch in order to stand on its own one foot.
In addition to this ability, the Magic Click Floor Mop can be pivoted in all directions. Hard-to-reach corners are made easier to clean, and they are suitable for all standard mop pads. It also has a telescope pole that can be extended from 80 cm to 150 cm (2 1/2 to 4 3/4 feet).
I wondered why someone would invent a floor mop that could stand on its own. At first I thought someone just wanted to prove that it could be done, but then I thought about my own broom and mop closet. All my brooms and mops are leaning in a corner, and when the door of the closet is opened, they tend to fall out like that really awkward scene with Peter Parker at the opening of Spider-man 2.
If you’ve got the same problem in your place, then you should get the Magic Click Floor Mop for about $60 from the Pro-Idee site.