Neato Botvac D3 Connected review:


Robot vacuum cleaners are nifty home gadgets, but they’re also comparatively expensive. The price can spike even higher if you’d like one you can control from your phone. The $400 (£320 in the UK, roughly AU$521 in Australia) Neato Botvac D3 Connected disrupts this status quo.

This new Neato robovac has a more affordable price tag yet cleans with the same methodical efficiency as the company’s flagship $700 Botvac Connected. The Botvac also links to phones and tablets via Neato’s mobile app for extra control just like its pricier sibling. You do make some tradeoffs if you choose the Botvac D3. You’ll have to settle for a lower capacity battery, relatively slow operation and a bare-bones list of features. Pet hair also causes the machine to stumble or stop completely so owners of high-shed animals should pass on this model.

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