Cleans, docks and recharges with minimal effort on your part. Turning machine on and off, and scheduling it to run, can be performed through your smartphone or Alexa. Avoids stairs and other obstacles. Slows down around baseboards and furniture to avoid scratching. Lasts up to 70 minutes before needing recharging. Finds recharging station by itself as battery gets low. Users love that the machine sucks up dirt without scratching hardwood floors. Easy to empty bin. Picks up everything from small specks of dirt to large messes like spilled Cheerios.
No remote so you must be somewhat tech saavy. Doesn't work great on thick carpets.
Schedule cleanings and control operation through a remote. Cleans about 2,000 square feet before needing recharging. Includes a strip that you can use to prevent it from entering a certain areas, or to cover up a spot you don't want cleaned. Untangles itself from rug shags.
You must read the directions on how to schedule cleanings using the remote – don't try to wing it.
Like other Shark robotic vacuums, this model is one of the best you can get for under $500. Avoids hazards, gentle on floors and furniture, sucks up everything you don't want around.
Some reviewers felt it sometimes gets stuck going over the same place.
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