Disclosure: I received a Robotic Smartech Vacuum to facilitate this post. All opinions are my own.
I have owned robotic vacuums in the past and they have failed to impress me. So when I received the Black + Decker Robotic Smartech Vac, I was a little skeptical at first, but it gets the job done right and now everyone wants to vacuum the floors. Especially since all they have to do is use a smartphone to program it.
The robotic vacuum connects to the Black + Decker Mobile App via Bluetooth Technology so you can control the vacuum from your smartphone, or by pressing the button on top of the unit. Within the app, you can select a cleaning mode, program a cleaning schedule, drive the vacuum to a specific location, and customize the color of the robot’s LED top to fit your style.
Robotic Vacuum Features
- Extra-large dustbin holds 2X more pet hair and dirt than the competition, so you can clean more between empties
- Extra wide beater bar cleans more area per pass* than the leading robot vacuum in the market
- Lithium Ion battery optimizes performance with up to 90 minutes of run-time
- LED top cover flashes troubleshooting alerts to display the source of errors or maintenance needs, eliminating guesswork
- Conveniently program a cleaning schedule and control your vacuum with the BLACK+DECKER smartphone app
- AUTOSENSE™ automatically adjusts suction power from hard floors to carpet, so you get more power when you need it and long battery life too
- Select from three cleaning modes to fit your needs: Spot Clean, Quick and Auto or choose manual drive for full control of the cleaning area
- Manual drive option provides full control over the cleaning area
- Personalize the illuminated LED cover to match your color style
- Automatically docks and recharges, so it’s ready for the next cleaning
- Sensors detect stairs and other drop-offs
- (2) Side sweepers clean dust and debris along edges and in corners
- Beater bar snaps in and out for easy maintenance
The Black + Decker Robotic Smartech Vacuum is available at most retailers across Canada
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