BLACK+DECKER Launches Their SMARTECH Robot Vacuum for $399

BLACK+DECKER has finally put up its latest robot vacuum, for sale. This was actually shown off at CES 2017 earlier this year, but it took nearly 6 months to actually be available in the US. This is a robot vacuum that sits between the cheaper ones from Eufy, iLife and others, and the more expensive ones from iRobot and Neato. Now this SMARTECH robot vacuum from BLACK+DECKER is a bit unique, since it has the dust reciptical on the top of the vacuum instead of underneath. This makes it much easier for you to see how full it is, and when it's time to empty it. Now the vacuum does also let you know when it needs to be emptied. It does also hold twice as much as other vacuums, meaning that you'll be able to let it run longer before needing to be emptied.

This robot vacuum is designed for those that have pets, and those that might be allergic to those pets. It will reduce allergens and irritants as well as capturing a whooping 99.96% of pet dander and dust, using the high-performance HEPA filter. The battery inside the SMARTECH will last around 90 minutes of cleaning. Which for most people, that should be enough to clean their home. Using the BLACK+DECKER app, you are able to schedule cleanings, and also control your robot vacuum cleaner. So that if you make a mess, you can easily tell the robot vacuum to come and clean it up. Now what's interesting about this vacuum is that it has AUTOSENSE, which will automatically switch from hard floors to carpet. Since it needs more suction on one floor over the other.

The BLACK+DECKER SMARTECH robot vacuum is available today on Amazon for just $399. That is lower than most other high-end robot vacuums out there, and it definitely seems worth it to pick up. Especially if you aren't wanting to shell out nearly $700 or more for one of iRobot's or Neato's top-of-the-line robot vacuums out there. Amazon is selling out of the SMARTECH pretty quickly, but it will still ship it once it gets back in stock, so you can still order it now using the link below.

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