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Upgrade your Cleaning Game with the Neabot NoMo Hands-Free Robot Vacuum

If there’s anything that has tempered my enthusiasm for robot vacuums, it’s the need to dump the minuscule dirt bin into the trash can way too often. Not so with the Neabot NoMo Hands-Free Robot Vacuum ($499), which automatically trundles the dirt to a bin you’ll only have to empty every two to four weeks. It’s on sale for 16% off the usual price.

Meet NoMo, the ultimate cleaning solution for you! This vacuum features a powerful 2,700Pa suction to easily carry out more heavy cleaning tasks. It has two side brushes and a roller brush that effectively loosen, extract, and vacuum dirt to give a superior clean. Neabot NoMo is a smart vacuum with intelligent mapping and routing. It works with the Neabot App so you can adjust cleaning settings, customize your cleaning strategy, and monitor the cleaning status, and no matter where you are. Forget about vacuuming for up to a month. With the built-in dust bin, it holds 2 to 4 weeks of dirt and debris for easy disposal.

Amazon’s Choice at 4.8/5 stars: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★★

  • Automatic Dust Bag Collection. Automatically transfers the dirt collected from the robot into the bag-lined dustbin without you having to touch the mess

  • No Manual Disposal. Holds 2 to 3 weeks of dirt & debris for easy disposal without the cloud of dust

  • 2,700Pa Suction. Easily carries out more heavy cleaning tasks

  • Multi-Level Vacuuming Modes. Easily tackles any mess whether for regular or deeper cleaning

  • Deeper Carpet Cleaning. Recognizes carpet flooring to boost suction power

  • 200sqm of Cleaning. Cleans up to 3.5 hours per charge for a space of about 200sqm

  • Neabot Home App. Adjust cleaning settings, customize cleaning strategy, & monitor cleaning status

It’s smarter than your iRobot or Ecovacs vacuum, and completely hands-free on the dirt bag. Get one today.

Steve Sande
the authorSteve Sande
Steve is the publisher and editor of Apple World Today and has authored a number of books about Apple products. He's an avid photographer, an FAA-licensed drone pilot, and a really bad guitarist. Steve and his wife Barb love to travel everywhere!