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Best Buy has chopped $180 off the price of this Robot Vacuum


If you’re in the hunt for a Robot vacuum this Black Friday, then you need look no further than this Best Buy reduction on the Neato D4, where you can now save a whopping $180.

The Neato D4 works on hard floors and carpets and uses LaserSmart tech to map your entire house. It can even see in the dark and is capable of avoiding obstacles. It has a 75-minute battery and voice control, as well as an app that you can use to schedule cleaning and set up virtual boundaries. The app offers users a lot of convenience, allowing you to control its actions and schedule cleaning from literally anywhere in the world, as well as setting up no-go lines that will keep the vacuum out of certain parts of your house.

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The D4 will also return itself to its charging base whenever the battery gets low, so you never have to worry about it going dead. The vacuum works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, as well as Apple Watch, Android Wear, IFTTT, and Neato Chatbot for Facebook. The Neato D4 also features a combo brush and a high-performance filter. Thanks to its square design, that brush is 70% larger than round vacuums, and of course, means it can get into corners that other models can’t. As mentioned, the last time the Neato D4 went on sale was in September, when it was priced at $299. That means this latest saving is a whole $50 more off compared to the previous reduction, meaning there’s never been a better time to snag.

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This post was written by Stephen Warwick and was first posted to WindowsCentral



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