Save $330 off a Neato Botvac D6 robot vacuum at Best Buy this week!

DEAL – Today May 21 through May 27, the Neato Botvac D6™ Connected will be Best Buy’s Weekly Deal (from 10pm PT on 5/20 through 10pm PT on 5/27) and will retail for $399 which is a savings of $330 from its original price ($729). So if you’ve been thinking about buying your first robot vacuum, or your second one, now is the time to do it.

Neato Robotics is a leader in robot vacuum innovation and I should know because I’ve reviewed 3 of their models over the years and I use two of them (one on each level of my home) to clean the floors the times a week. I love them because they do the work I don’t want to do and they do it when I’m at work each day so I come home to freshly vacuumed floors. Am I the only one that likes to see freshly “mowed” carpet lines? 😉

The D6 has a brush that’s up to 70% bigger than most robot vacuums and an ultra-performance filter that optimized to tackle pet hair. It also has 120 minutes of battery life and Quick Boost Charging, so your Botvac will return to its base and recharge just enough to finish the cleaning session to make your home cleaner quicker!

I know that once you try a robot vacuum in your home, that you’ll wonder why you waited so long. Head over to Best Buy before 10PM PT Monday night to take advantage of the $330 savings.

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  2. The special price was so good, I bought a D6 for the downstairs. Lots of little learning lessons.

    There is no way to set the IP address of the base station. If you have hard coded IP addresses on your network, you will have a problem. DHCP only. This is also a 2.4 Ghz system only. No 5 Ghz.

    Furniture can be a challenge. We have chairs and couches with legs and the barrier strips provided were not sufficient to cover the whole downstairs. I have used a 2″ role of painters tape to create barriers between the chair legs so that Neato can go under from one direction but cannot go out another side. It is not smart enough to compute a single entrance and exit point without barriers. After 2 weeks, the vac is still getting stuck trying to go out the sides of the chairs that do not have clearance. Looks like I am going to need to block access to all 4 sides of the chairs.
    Couches are equally problematic. Our couches have legs and skirts. I am raising the shirts in order for Neato to go under the couches but gets caught as not all 4 sides have the same clearance. The net is that I am finding that furniture needs to be measured for clearance in an automated house. “Neatto approved” would be great to see on Pottery Barn furniture.

    Overall, I am not a big fan as I have not found an ideal way to get all the floor area covered. Once I can get a floor map that covers the areas that I want vacuumed and it can do so without getting stuck or my having to leave painters tape between the legs of the furniture, I will recommend a robot vac as a time saver.

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