Win a Neato Botvac D5 Connected Robot Vacuum

To help with your spring cleaning, Robotics Trends is giving away a $599 Neato Robotics D5 Connected Robot Vacuum that cleans all floor types and works with Amazon Alexa and Google Home.

Photo Caption: Neato Robotics' Botvac D5 Connected Robot Vacuum cleans up to 4,500 square feet on one cleaning cycle, compiles cleaning stats, and adds in a side brush, boundary markers, a Find Me function, in case you somehow lose your robot vacuum, and the ability to spot clean.

Spring is finally here. And to help you out with spring cleaning, Robotics Trends and Neato Robotics are giving away a $599 Botvac D5 Connected Robot Vacuum.

All you have to do to enter is create your free Robotics Trends account and click on the “Enter Sweepstakes Today” button at the bottom of this page. If you’re already a member, log in below and click the “Enter Sweepstakes Today” button.

This sweepstakes is open until April 30, 2017 at 11:59 PM ET. Here are the complete sweepstakes rules. The Botvac D5 Connected Robot Vacuum will ship to the winner in May 2017.

The Botvac D5 Connected works on all floor types and scans and maps its cleaning environment. Besides all the standard features - Wi-Fi connectivity, smartphone control, SLAM-based multiroom navigation, scheduled cleanings, smartwatch support, a combo brush, autodocking - the Botvac D5 Connected has additional abilities as Neato’s flagship robot vacuum.

The Botvac D5 Connected cleans up to 4,500 square feet on one cleaning cycle, compiles cleaning stats, and adds in a side brush, boundary markers, a Find Me function, in case you somehow lose your robot vacuum, and the ability to spot clean.

Related: Google Home Now Controls Neato’s Botvac Connected Robot Vacuums

Neato’s Botvac Connected Robot Vacuums also feature voice control via Google Home and Amazon Alexa. With the Google Home support, users will be able to start, stop, and pause their Neato Botvac Connected robot vacuum. For example, saying “OK Google, tell Neato robot to start cleaning” will allow Google’s virtual assistant to fire up the robot vacuum.

Neato’s Google Home support goes far beyond basic functionality - something Alexa hasn’t been able to do yet - and allows you to use your voice to check the robot vacuum’s battery level, locate the robot vacuum with the FindMe function, and schedule a cleaning cycle. To schedule a weekly cleaning on Tuesdays at 10 am, for example, all you have to say is “OK Google, tell Neato Robot to clean on Tuesdays at 10 am.”

Again, all you have to do for a chance to win is create your free Robotics Trends account and click on the “Enter Sweepstakes Today” button at the bottom of this page. If you’re already a member, log in below and click the “Enter Sweepstakes Today” button.

Good luck to all who enter, and thanks to our friends at Neato Robotics!


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