Neato Botvac D6 Connected

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$699.99  

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Neato Botvac D6 Connected Features

  Main Features
Mapping / Path planning yes
Mapping Sensor Type LDS
High-precision Map yes
Recharge & Resume yes
Automatically Docks and Recharges yes
Noise Level 64 db
LCD Display yes
Side Brushes (one or two) 1 pcs
Voice Prompts no
  Cleaning Features
Suction Power N/A
Сleaning Area 1292 ft2 / 120 m2
Home Size medium, large
Cleaning Modes eco, turbo, virtual walls
Dustbin Capacity 700 ml
Automatic Dirt Disposal no
Wet Mopping no
Barrier-cross Height 0.75 in / 19 mm
HEPA Filter no
Washable Filter no
Сarpet Floor Types low-pile, medium-pile
Bare Floor Types wood, cearmic tile, linoleum, laminate, vynil
  Battery
Battery Capacity N/A
Run time 120 min
Charging Time 150 min
Rated Power (Watts) 61 W
  Control
Scheduling yes
IR Remote Control no
Wi-Fi / Smartphone App yes
Wi-Fi Frequency Bands 2.4 GHz
Amazon Alexa Support yes
Google Assistant Support yes
Virtual Wall yes
  App Features
Digital Blocked Area yes
Zoned cleaning no
Multi-floor maps yes
Manual movement control yes
Selected Room Cleaning no
  Sensors
Carpet Boost no
Anti-drop / Cliff Sensor yes
Dirt Detect no
Full Bin Indicator yes
Other Specifications
Robot Weight 7.50 lbs / 3.4 kg
Robot Width 12.56 in / 31.9 cm
Robot Height 3.90 in / 9.9 cm
In the box charge base, power cord, spiral combo brush, spide brush, ultra performance filter, brush and filter cleaning tool, boundary marker
Release date Aug 2018
Warranty 12 months

Product Description

Neato Botvac D6 Connected quick glance

The D6 Connected is one of the newest robot vacuum cleaners from the Neato model line.

It has a side sweeper, wide cleaning brush, and strong suction to agitate dust and debris into the suction path where it gets right into the dustbin.

Thanks to the D-shape, the Neato cleans corners and edges better. The wide brush covers more than those round robots come equipped with. Thanks to that the Neato needs less time to cover the same area.

Inside the tower, there is the LDS laser that scans the surroundings to create a map of floor layout. When the map is created, the Botvac knows where to clean. It methodically moves in straight lines covering the cleaning area.

In the app, you can see the created map, switch between Eco and Turbo cleaning modes, start/stop the unit, schedule it, etc.

Also, you can set No-Go Lines so the D6 will not cross certain areas. The amount of No-Go Lines is unlimited.

The D6 Connected is able to save up to three different floor plans; it makes the robot suitable for multiple-level houses.

If Neato’s batteries run low while cleaning it will know to head home and recharge all by itself. It will find its way back to its charge base, recharge, and head back out to resume cleaning right where it left off. Neato can run three times and recharge itself up to two times during a cleaning cycle.

We talked about the differences between the latest Neato robot vacuums: D4, D6, and D7 Connected.

Pros

  • Spiral combo brush is designed to catch pet hair
  • Strong suction and good climbing ability work great on thin and medium-pile carpets
  • Decent battery life
  • Recharge & Resume makes the D6 suitable for bigger homes
  • Perfect for houses with one and more levels
  • No-Go Lines is a useful feature
  • LIDAR mapping is accurate and allows the Neato to work in the dark

Cons

  • No zoned cleaning
  • No mopping feature


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