If you want a robot vacuum that can operate fully autonomously and constantly clean up even the biggest messes your family leaves behind, we hope you’re prepared to spend at least $500 or $600. But if you’re just looking for a simple robot vacuum that’ll scoop up dirt and dust so that you don’t have to bother with it, you don’t have to spend anywhere near that much. The Pyle Pure Clean Smart Robot Vacuum Cleaner is a great entry-level option and it’s on Amazon right now for just $68.99. If you’re looking to dip a toe in the wonderful water that is the robotic vacuum market, this is the perfect way to do it.

Here’s more detail about this model from the product page:

  • LOW-PROFILE DESIGN: The Pure Clean Automatic Vacuum Cleaner by Pyle has an obstacle detection feature which lets it clean around household objects and its low profile design allows it to slide under furnitures. Makes chores a lot easier and faster
  • 3 CLEANING MODES: Features 3 cleaning modes for the level of cleaning that you desire. Equipped w/ touch panel buttons to let you choose from 10 min, 20 min, max clean w/ 90 min of cleaning operation depending on room size or how dirty the floor is
  • BATTERY OPERATED: Equipped w/ a built-in Ni-CD 7.2V rechargeable battery which allows wireless operation so it can freely move in all corners of the room. Charging time is about 3 hours w/ 1600mAh capacity. A power adapter is included in the package
  • BAGLESS OPERATION: This smart robot cleaner features a removable 0.3L dustbin instead of a bag and also equipped w/ a detachable brush for easy cleaning. Just open the tray and empty it into the trash after vacuuming. Works on hardwood, carpet floors
  • OTHER SPECS: Debris Sweeper 4.0” Diameter Brush, Vacuum Cleaning 7.0” Brush Length, Battery Type: NI-CD 7.2V, 1300mAh, 3 hrs charge time, Run-Time: 90 Min,0.3L Dust Bin Capacity, Unit Size: Diameter – 11.3”, Height – 2.3”

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