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Product information

    Noise level (max)
    68 dB
    Height
    100 mm
    Features
    Supports scheduling, Stair sensor, self-docking (automatic recharge), Virtual walls, Adapted for pets, Display
    Battery life (running)
    1.5 h
    Type
    Vacuum Cleaners

    General

    Certification
    Dust container, volume
    0.7 litre
    Maximum space
    278 m²
    Noise level (max)
    68 dB
    Type
    Vacuum Cleaners

    Dimensions

    Dimensions (WxHxD)
    Depth
    321 mm
    Height
    100 mm
    Width
    335 mm
    Weight
    4.1 kg

    Features

    Features
    Supports scheduling, Stair sensor, self-docking (automatic recharge), Virtual walls, Adapted for pets, Display

    Power supply

    Battery life (running)
    1.5 h
    Battery type
    NiMH
    Charging time
    3 h

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Reviews

    3.1 of 5 stars

    Based on 27 reviews

    Forzare
    2017-03-15
    Read a little before buying and saw that this did best in test in 2016 so I struck. And I have not regretted my purchase one second. It is worth every penny. Malfunctioning basically never. The only thing I have seen that it had problems with the drinker is our barstools with "trumpet-like" basis. But with two dogs and two children in the household keeps it much cleaner than we could overpower themselves with a manual vacuum cleaner.
    LouiseKjellberg
    2017-02-05
    * My original review was in English, so I have translated the text and apologize for any grammatical errors * Roomba 880 replaced my Neato BotVac D85 because Neatons began leaking battery acid. 880 is more expensive, but the quality is much better. First impression is the product quality and the "out of box experience" is far higher quality than the cheaper Neato. The negative was the small dambehållaren. It takes hardly any entertainment at all and it will easily detach from the wires, tangles and obstacles. 880 vacuum without any problems my house of 150 square meters. Battery life on the Roomba 880 is four times longer than the BotVac D85. Buy Roomba, not Neato!
    samurai
    2017-01-17
    We first had a 85, but it broke. Hair stuck that ball bearings pressed out the plastic in sidobumpern. After a smooth contact with the manufacturer, we got a new Neato, a D85. This problem is now fixed. The new worked well some day. The first thing that happened was that the dust container is not locked when you press it, so it comes up an error message "replace the dust container". Now I fullaga it with folded pieces of paper every day for it to lock. It to be adapted for pets I do not know if it's true. The brush that comes with the two different materials, some with rubber and a part that is "brush". The part that is "brush" to make the dog hair sticks very easily and makes it stop. A little disappointed that there are errors in two of two Neato. It will probably be an additional warranty issue for me.
    Simjo
    2017-01-13
    After taking a break from the robot vacuum cleaner in a few years it was time again. The last time we drove Neato signature pro but were disappointed that the dust container fell off every time it went over a threshold which made the machine stopped. We tested two ago, we gave up. Here we go D85: an and the elaboration has demonstrably progressed. It takes around everywhere and it is a joy to see the dog hairs disappear. A big plus for the dust container is twice as large as the signature pro. Should you have a robot should have a Neato. Watched connected but has no need to control it with the mobile one is enough offline as you are :)
    artoo
    2016-12-08
    The side brush and the wider intake makes it better than my previous XV-15, but the quality is questionable. On the first one I got was the dust container does not close completely. So the robot ran on something, such as a mat container went up and stayed. I got a new one on the guarantee, and it manages to stick to its container. Unfortunately, it sounds squeak horribly when driving. Unfortunately, it is still Neatos robots "find" the best, ie, the navigation is superior to iRobot. Given the price it would have been nice if they invested in better quality.
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