Hot Deal: Neato XV-11 Robotic Vacuum System: $299.99
Woot is offering a little help on this little helper, but you'd better move fast!
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July 24, 2012 by EH Staff

Robot vacuums are slowly moving towards world domination—or at least filth domination. If you’re looking for a little help with daily chores, there’s nothing like pressing a button and watching one of these little machines take on your dirty work.

Today is the day to put a price on lazy, and it’s a pretty affordable one. Woot is selling the Neato Robotics XV-11 robot vacuum for $299.99. This little guy usually sells for $449.99, which means you can save 33 percent off the list price with this purchase.

It also means you never have to do any light floor cleaning again! The Neato XV-11 can sweep floors, corners, and even goes under furniture. It also allows users to schedule cleanings, so the little guy can burn the midnight oil or work when you’re in the tub. It also has Neato’s neato laser-based Room Positioning System, which provides a 360-degree view of the room and allows the robot to maneuver around furniture, doorways, and very stationary pets.

According to Woot, this item is part of a “Woot Off,” which means you’d better snap it up fast! Once the unit sells out, the deal will be pulled.

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