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ECOVACS’ most capable robot vacuum is getting its biggest discount for Prime Day

Finding the right tools for keeping your home clean is no simple task, especially with more technologies stepping in to try doing the job. 

ECOVACS simplifies the process with its powerful Deebot X1 Omni robot vacuum, which is not only packed with features and paired with a base station that takes even more of the cleaning work out of your hands but also comes at its biggest-ever discount for Amazon Prime Day.

While robot vacuums all aim to make cleaning up around your house a little easier for you, the Deebot X1 Omni goes much further than most. 

At the heart of its ability to make cleaning effortless for you is the all-in-one base station. When the Deebot X1 Omni heads back to the dock, the station will recharge its battery, empty its dust bin into a 3L bag that can hold 60-days worth of debris, wash and dry the mopping pads, and refill the water reservoir from a 4L tank. 

Where most robot vacuums will need your intervention every day or two of cleaning, ECOVACS aims to let you simply forget about the Deebot X1 Omni for weeks at a time and enjoy your clean floors. 

A good robot vacuum has to be capable of getting around and doing serious cleaning, of course, and the Deebot X1 Omni has many tools in the toolbelt to make this happen. 

The Deebot X1 Omni has a 4-stage cleaning system. It combines two sweeping brushes at the front to guide debris into the central roller which can suck the debris up with an exceptional 5,000Pa of power. 

The Deebot X1 Omni also puts up to 6 Newton of pressure onto its trailing end where two spinning mop heads further remove debris from your floor. 

That powerful cleaning is complemented by robust intelligence. The Deebot X1 Omni will map out the space, learning the layout of rooms and furniture, so it knows where and where not to go. 

You don’t have to clear the floors beforehand either, as its machine vision allows it to detect and avoid obstacles. With knowledge of where your carpets are, it will also avoid them when mopping. 

You can customize where it cleans and how, and ECOVACS’ Yiko intelligent voice assistant will let you guide and control the robot vacuum with just your voice, even giving it specific commands, like to clean under a certain piece of furniture in a selected room.

ECOVACS Deebot X1 Omni in room with docking station

(Image credit: ECOVACS)

All of the capabilities of the Deebot X1 Omni come in an elegant design from Jacob Jensen, letting the hardware blend into your home with a timeless style.

To get all of the Deebot X1 Omni’s powerful cleaning performance and advanced docking station, you’d normally pay $1,549, but ECOVACS is providing a staggering discount for Amazon Prime Day that cuts nearly a third of the price off the Deebot X1 Omni. 

You can snag it for just $1,049 at Amazon here from July 4 to 13. 



Source: TechRadar

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