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Neato Botvac 70e Robot Vacuum

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  • Patented Neato Technology-Laser-guided navigation system scans and maps the room, plans and methodically cleans-instead of just bumping around
  • Square and proud; Neato Botvac has a thoughtfully designed square shape, so it can edge along walls and go deep into corners
  • Comes with heavy-duty blade brush and a standard filter
  • Cleans where you don't and others can't; It can even see in the dark; It goes under cabinets and furniture to spot and capture hiding dust bunnies
  • Gets smarter over time; As new features become available, you can download them right into your Botvac; It'll love the extra boost!
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Product Description

Budget-Friendly High-Performance Vacuum LET IT RUN. YOUR WORK IS DONE. While you do other things, Neato Botvac vacuums dirt, crumbs and dust bunnies from all floor types and every corner of your home.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 12.7 x 13.2 x 3.9 inches
Item Weight 9 pounds
Shipping Weight 16.9 pounds
Manufacturer Neato
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Shipping Advisory This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Item model number Botvac? 70e Robot Vacuum
Batteries 1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
Customer Reviews
3.9 out of 5 stars 129 customer reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #518,529 in Home and Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home and Kitchen)
#358 in Home & Kitchen > Vacuums & Floor Care > Vacuums > Robotic Vacuums

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From the Manufacturer

Smart, high performance robot vacuum.
Botvac 70e. Smart, Budget-Friendly High-Performance Robot Vacuum. Botvac 75. Smart, High-Performance Robot Vacuum—Great for Picking Up Dust and Allergens. Botvac 80. Smart, High-Performance Robot Vacuum—Ideal for Picking Up Pet Hair, Dust, and Allergens.
Patented Neato Botvision Scans and maps the room, plans, and methodically cleans.
Powerful Vacuum Suction
Extra-Large Dirt Bin (.7 Liters)
Auto Schedule: Daily Cleaning, Instant or Spot Cleaning
Auto-Recharge & Resume
Combo Brush—Great for pet hair, quieter on hard floors.
Blade Brush—Offers superior cleaning for all floor types.
Precision Side Brush—Not a speck of dust left behind.
Standard Filter 1
High-Performance Filter 2 1

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I've had the Neato Botvac 75 for one week. I probably researched robot vacuums for a few months ... =) ... I couldn't get past the practical design of mapping a room vs randomly bouncing about like a drunken village idiot. One comment I'd like to make that I verified with Neato support is that every model of the Botvac line is 100% identical with the exception of the accessories, but ever accessory (combo brush, extra filters, etc) are install-able after the fact ... there is absolutely nothing unique about the botvac 85 vs the lowest end model (70e) other than color. So far the experience has been awesome, the dust bin fills less and less everytime I run the botvac. Obviously, the botvac has issues with area rug fringe, but every vacuum does. I'm going to post some videos soon of how it handles tight spaces and how well it maps an 800 sqft apartment filled with furniture and stuff.
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My wife is thrilled with this robot. We have a Mint that mops the laminate, but doesn't do carpet or vacuum. This filled the gap. We did have some learning curve in that base station placement is important if it is to find it when complete or for a recharge. three ft to the units right (your left when looking at it) is vital. And having the base station back angle at 90° is important (ours is on carpet with a bottom molding, so I put a piece of wood behind the top of the back to keep it at 90°. Noise - we do not think it makes much noise at all, much less than a conventional vacuum, and way less than a dust buster. Impediments - low overhangs that are barely taller than itself but wedge down (like a couch with higher front legs than back), and beds or couches with loose underlining that can drape around the robot after it gets under and confuses the sensor (it has an "I can't see" message).
I solved the couch wedge, by adding a bit to the leg height (yes I am a woodworker). The draping thing was as easy as using a staple gun the secure the bottom cover tightly.

It is obsessive about getting in to every crevice. If you watch it for very long this can drive you crazy, but it doesn't seem to mind and just keeps on trying every possible attack at odd shapes. Ours lasts at least 90 minutes on a charge and goes back and charges itself if necessary to complete the job. Recharge time is about 3 hours. The book says that it will recharge once to complete, but that is not true. It will keep recharging as necessary to finish the job. First time out it found the entire house (1900 sq ft. 3 bed, 3 bath) and took two recharges and 10 hours to complete.
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Received my Neato Botvac, charged it up overnight, when I went to run it it said "My bumper is stuck, please free it" it could not be fixed, I called Neato and they said the Botvac was defective and got me set up to received a new one in the mail. This will be my first Neato, and so far they are living up to their name of poor quality control, will update once I receive a working robot.

Requested replacement on Friday, received it Tuesday, fast turnaround! Kudos! Also when you call Neato customer support there are no annoying menus, you go directly to the next available agent, love it.

So, the new robot charged up overnight, ran it the next day. It completed the entire main floor of the house without any assistance, it runs the outline of an area in detail, then zips through the middle of it in zigzags like a champ. It's navigation is excellent, I would say as good as the LG Roboking and LG Hom-Bot 3.0, which I own or have owned both. The only bot I would like to see it compete against on navigation is the iClebo Arte (which I believe from videos is a very good navigator). Anyway, this thing really blows air out the back, strong vacuum, great brush design. It seems to be well put together, the brush uses a good bearing that just slides on the end of it, much better than having the bearing built into the robot or the brass things the Roombas have traditionally used. It picked up a lot more than the roomba 560 does, more than the LG Roboking, and slightly more than the Hom-Bot 3.0. Overall, the best performance I have seen in a robot.

I am leaving a star off because I received a junk robot to begin with. Perhaps some day if this little guy lasts for a long time, I will come back and give it 5 stars.
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Compared to the XV-15 model, this model picks up more, goes further on a charge, and is quieter (but not 'silent'). It also has a bigger dirt bin but, as it picks up more, it has to be emptied at least as often). The BotVac is actually closer to a regular vacuum in terms of picking stuff up. The XV-15 would often miss small pieces of tissue ground into the carpet for example. The BotVac gets them in one pass (it also bellows the drapes as it travels around - pity it does not clean them. The XV-15, with a new battery, would do about 2 1/2 rooms - the BotVac does 3=4 (both then go back to recharge and pick up where they left off). The BotVac is somewhat better at finding its base (and the base is less fussy about being at a straight up vertical wall).

On the down side, the BotVac is slightly thinner and narrower than the XV-15, so you have to be a little more careful to block off low tapered chair edges and such. The BotVac also appears to be slightly less sensitive to the magnetic area blocking strips (especially if the strip is just beyond the edge of a carpet where the floor level drops so you may have to move, double up, or raise the strip in some cases.
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