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The Neato Botvac D6™ Connected robot vacuum is here to help. With a new core brush that’s up to 70% bigger than those round robots1, it picks up way more pet hair than before. Using an ultra-performance filter, it captures allergens and dust too tiny to see. And like all Neato robots it uses LaserSmart™ technology to scan, map and navigate your entire house, so you get the most thorough clean.
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We love our pets. But they shed, carry allergens in their fur, and track in dirt and debris from outside. The Neato Botvac D6™ Connected robot vacuum is here to help. With a new main brush that’s up to 70% bigger than those round robots1, it picks up way more pet hair than before. Switch to Turbo mode to speed up the brush and increase suction to pick up debris you can’t see. Using an ultra-performance robot vacuum filter, the D6 captures allergens and dust too tiny to see. And like all Neato robots it uses LaserSmart™ technology to scan, map and navigate your entire home, moving in a logical cleaning pattern, not randomly like other robots. Add No-Go Lines on the map telling your robot where not to go, so it avoids getting stuck. If you have a large home, don’t worry. Botvac D6 can remember up to three floor plans so you can create a custom cleaning plan for each. And your robot gets up to two hours of battery life3, perfect for even the largest homes. So, let pets be pets. With the Neato Botvac D6, there’s no mess too big. Or too small.
1Compared to Roomba 890
2Up to 3 floorplans can be saved.
3Tested in Neato’s lab on a combination of hard floors and carpet.
Pet hair beware! Botvac D6 has a new main brush that’s up to 70% bigger than those round robots, and picks up way more than before. Turbo mode gets the deep down dirt you can’t see by speeding up the brush and boosting suction power. Plus, the ultra performance filter, traps 99% of tiny dust mites and allergens your pets bring in.4
4Captures up to 99% of tiny dust mites and allergens as small as 10 microns.
Botvac D6 uses LaserSmart™ to scan and map your entire house, creating a floor plan for your robot to follow. It is a LIDAR based technology similar to what is used in self driving cars. Therefore, Botvac D6 moves exactly how a smart robot should, in straight lines instead of a random pattern. Since LaserSmart uses lasers, your robot can even clean in the dark.
Smarter than ever, Botvac D6 comes with the multiple floor plan feature which stores up to three floor plans. You'll love this if you have a multi-story home because you'll be able to set up No-Go Lines on each floor so your robot avoids getting stuck everywhere.
Be as messy as you want to be. Virtual No-Go Lines tell your robot vacuum where not to go, so it avoids things like pet bowls and piles of toys. No-Go Lines are simple to set up, and you can do it right from the Neato app.
With up to 120 minutes of battery life1, the Botvac D6 robot vacuum is perfect for even the largest homes. If your robot needs extra power to finish a cleaning run, Quick Boost lets your robot charge only what it needs, so it finishes the job fast.5
*Feature supported in select countries.
This section is a great place to find info, tips and help. Just make sure you’ve read your Neato Botvac D6 Connected Owner’s Guide before using your unit.
How do I get the Botvac D6 to clean using No-Go Lines?
First, you need to have your Botvac D6 create a floor plan. Go to My Floor Plan, and follow the instructions to send your robot out to create a floor plan. Once the map is saved, you’ll be able to draw No-Go Lines on it. To clean with No-Go Lines, your robot vacuum must start from the charge base and you have to use the Neato app or schedule a cleaning in order for the robot to adhere to the No-Go Lines.
Is there “regular” maintenance required for the Botvac D6?
To keep you Botvac D6 running in tip-top shape you should do a few routine things. Use a Q-Tip to clean the drop sensors monthly. Remove the main brush and clean it off using the hair cutting tool monthly. Change filters every three months to maintain its effectiveness in trapping dust and allergens. Down the road, you’ll want to replace the main brush as well as the battery in order to get the best possible clean.
Can the Botvac D6 store a map for a two story home?
Yes, the Botvac D6 has the multiple floor plan feature and can store up to three floor plans in its memory. You can set up a set of custom No-Go Lines on each floor.
If the Botvac D6 does not finish cleaning, does it automatically recharge and resume?
Yes, your Botvac D6 will automatically recharge and resume. Not only that, if you are cleaning using a saved floor plan, your robot will use the Quick Boost charging features in which it calculates how much area is left to clean and then only charges that amount so it can get back out cleaning faster. Imagine you have only one room left to clean and it requires 10% more charge to complete. Your robot will go back and get just enough power to complete that last room.
Does Botvac D6 work with Amazon Echo or Google Home?
Yes, you can use voice commands to start your Botvac D6 using Amazon Alexa on your Amazon Echo, as well as Google Assistant on your Google Home. However, if you want to use No-Go Lines, you must start your cleaning using the Neato app or schedule a cleaning.*
What does the extra care navigation feature do on the Botvac D6?
Your Botvac D6 does its best to clean every inch of your floors. So it gets very close to walls or stationary object. With extra care navigation, your robot will be more carefully maneuvering around your delicate items.
Can I use the multiple devices to control my Botvac D6?
As long as you use the same account to sign into the Neato app on the other devices, you can use the same account. So, you can give access to any of your family members to start your Botvac D6.
What do I do with the magnetic strip that came with my Botvac D6?
The magnetic strip is a physical barrier. When taped to the floor, your Botvac D6 will not cross the magnetic strip. It can be useful when creating a floor plan for the first time so your robot does not get stuck on objects that may be lying on the ground. But once you have created a floor plan, you can use No-Go Lines instead of the magnetic strips in order to tell your robot where not to go.