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It is no secret that the Neato Botvac D6 Connected was designed to help homes with shedding pets. It is also well known that the D4 Connected is designed to have a budget-friendly reach to get into more homes.
Roombas have dominated the market for so long and iRobots competitors have struggled to take over. There have been several companies to try and some even came close. None came as close as the Neato BotVac Connected series.
We all love our pets; they are our family. Just like family, we have to pick up after them. It isn’t a problem until we grab the broom and have to collect the mounds of fur that have accumulated around the house. The corners and edges of your home hold enough hair to build a new puppy. Roomba robots are adept at cleaning up pet fur.
The search has always been to find the robot vacuum that fits every category of want and need for ourselves, our homes and our families. The problem is, we all have a different idea of what “perfect” is. Some want more control; some want less. Some want a primary vacuum; some want a secondary.
I know what you are all thinking. You read the title, maybe you clicked the link and here you are, wondering. Can it be true? Can there be a robotic vacuum that doesn’t cost over $800, and in fact, can be picked up for less than $100? It has to be a dream, right?
Samsung has created quite a few robot vacuums and each has their own strengths and weaknesses. The right model for you, your home and your preferences may not be the best option for the next person in line.
Budget robotic vacuums, or entry-level as they are also known, are becoming more and more popular in homes across the country. Not only for their lower price tag but also for their ability to clean sufficiently enough for most homes. The Eufy 11S and the Ecovacs Deebot N79S are two such robots and the two I will compare today.
When it comes to value and more bang for your buck, it seems that the robot vacuum world doesn’t keep up. More often than not, they expect you to pay premium prices for services and technology that are becoming more and more standard.
When you first think about getting a robotic vacuum the largest name in the game is Roomba. You may be tempted to look up the latest and the greatest Roomba model (which as of this writing is the Roomba i7+) and click that purchase button.
If I told you that you could have a robotic floor cleaner for less than $100 you would probably look at me sideways. With Roomba and Samsung and others companies charging well over a thousand dollars for their robots, it seems unlikely. It is true, though. Pure Clean is a relatively new company (under the seller name of Pyle) that offers entry-level robots at amazingly low prices.