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|Is Assembly Required?||No|
|Included Components||Neato Botvac D3 Connected Includes:Wi-Fi Enabled Robot Vacuum INSTALLED: Standard Filter and Combo Brush Integrated Charge BasePower Cord|
Neato Botvac D3 White Connected Laser Guided Robot Vacuum, Works with Smartphones, Alexa, Smartwatches
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- Dustbin capacity - 0.7 liters. LaserSmart technology scans and maps your entire house, cleaning in straight lines instead of a random pattern. It even lets the robot see in the dark.
- Set up virtual No-Go Lines that tell your robot where not to go, so it avoids things like pet bowls and piles of toys.
- The main brush is up to 70% bigger than round robots* making it great for capturing pet hair.
- Turbo mode gets the deep down dirt that you can’t see. It speeds up the brush and boosts suction power, getting into every last crack and crevice
- The high performance filter captures fine dust and debris. So it picks up the stuff you can see, and the stuff you can't.
- Get up to 60 minutes of battery life, perfect for homes and apartment.** Plus, when you need to recharge, enjoy quick boost charging.
- Start and stop your robot from your phone, smartwatch, Amazon Echo, or Google Home.
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The Botvac D3 Connected is the perfect cleaning companion for apartments and smaller homes. It features LaserSmart mapping and navigation which continuously scans and maps each room. By doing so, Botvac D3 is able to clean quickly and efficiently while providing the most thorough coverage. Plus, the robot’s D-shape design and large core brush tracks down dirt in corners and along walls better than those round robots. And once the robot is done, see where the robot has cleaned on the Neato app.
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Neato D3 Connected vs iRobot Roomba 960
- Both work with Alexa and Google Assistant.
- Both recharge and resume cleaning.
- This Neato D3 model doesn't have the corner sweeping brush and the Roomba did - I liked that feature when it was working
- The time to clean seemed the same for both, I don't think one was faster than the other. It does take about 2 - 3 charges to clean my whole house with one pass.
- The Neato pattern for cleaning goes room to room where the Roomba has a diagonal pattern so sometimes it went into a room several times where Neato goes into a room and finishes before leaving.
- The Roomba was far easier to empty bin than Neato and because I have to fight with the door on the Neato, it sometimes makes a mess over my trash can. The filter is also made of this weird cotton like fabric and everything sticks to it and I can't brush it off. I have to pull it off with my fingers. I'm hoping the replacement filters are easier to clean (they appear to be the accordian style, which I think will help).
- The SELF-CLEANING brushes on the Roomba are far easier to get to then the Neato. Unlike Neato you need a special comb with built in cutter (I have to order that because it didn't come as an accessory).
- The Roomba came with extra corner brush, extra filter and the virtual wall barrier. The Neato came with no extras.
- The virtual wall barrier of the Roomba was great. It could be an invisible wall barrier or circular area for places like pet dishes. This was far easier than pulling out a magnetic barrier that you have to cut and/or unroll and roll up to use each time with the Neato.
- The suction power of the Roomba seemed slightly better, but both pick up an incredible amount of dust, cat hair, etc. Even when I think my floor is spotless!
- Both have apps that connect via wifi. What I like about Neato is it sends me notifications of if it is stuck, when it's done cleaning and a link to click the map of the area it cleaned. The Roomba 960 app doesn't send messages, you can see the map, but you actually have to go to the app and navigate to that place in the app.
- Both apps let you schedule time and days.
- The Roomba app gives you the ability to control 1 pass or 2 pass cleanings. The Neato only does one pass. Easily overcome if you want two passes, just set the schedule to do twice in one day.
- The Roomba has the ability to sense if there is more dirt in a specific place and clean more efficiently.
- The Neato has the ability to spot clean an area and the Roomba 960 did not have that feature. I would have to block off the area if I just wanted a small area.
- The Roomba has a reduced power standby mode. I'm not sure how much extra power Neato is using for one little green light, but it is a feature I guess I should mention.
- Both have got lost a few a times and couldn't return to base. Equally as much, but not often.
- Both have got stuck and I've had to free them, but with the Neato at least I know it's stuck because I get the text message. And the Neato is slightly taller than the Roomba so it doesn't get stuck under my rocking recliners because it's too high to get under there. The Roomba was stuck every time, because she would go under and then the recliner would rock a little and that was it, stuck.
I hope helps anyone who is looking. For me, yes, I would like the corner sweeping brush, the ease of emptying the bin, cleaning the brushes and the virtual wall barrier. But the $427 difference for virtually equal cleaning results was much more important. I can deal with buying the few extra accessories and the small extra work I have to do. And not to forget that I like the spot clean feature and the texts telling me the status and link with cleaning map.
- Smart vacuum with cleaning map that is comparable to $900 Roomba
- Cleans closer to edges of walls (due to its side wall sensor)
- Dust bin is easy to clean (especially with the upgraded filters, they have a screen to keep hair and big debris off the filter)
- Easy setup and continues to stay connected to the application, has always cleaned when it was scheduled
- Must cheaper with more features than other robot vacuums
- Company seems to be a little greedy with the omission of the cleaning tool, the horrible entry level air filters, and the less than perfect small battery (Thankfully they all can be corrected, but you have to spend more money, granted the D5 is a lot more money and the only advantage is the tiny little side brush if you update the battery and air filter in your D3)
- The app is a little bare, I would really like to see some extra information in the white spaces (I really don't like that I have to click on the battery to see the percentage; there is plenty of space to always have it visible)
- Why does Neato not sell their robots or accessories. It would be very convenient to be able to find (authentic) accessories on their website to purchase rather than having to try to find them on Amazon, etc.