Win an Ecovacs DEEBOT D35 Bare-Floor Vacuuming Robot

Don't waste another second cooped up indoors doing boring chores. We're giving away an Ecovacs Robotics DEEBOT D35 Bare-Floor Vacuuming Robot - a $199.99 value.


Editor’s Note: This contest has ended.

Summer is quickly coming to an end. Before you know it, the kids will be back in school and the nasty weather will be on its way. So let’s not waste an extra second cooped up inside doing boring chores.

Robotics Trends has teamed up with Ecovacs Robotics to give away a DEEBOT D35 Bare-Floor Vacuuming Robot - a $199.99 value.

The contest is open until Aug. 31 at 11:59 PM ET, and all you have to do to enter is simply fill out the short form at the bottom of this page. We’ll announce the winner no later than Monday, Sept. 7, 2015.

Click here for complete contest details.

The DEEBOT D35 Bare-Floor Vacuuming Robot picks up food crumbs, pet hair, debris and more so that you no longer have to sweep off your floors. The D35 is tangle-free with Direct Suction, features Dual Sweeper Side Brushes to clean baseboards on either side of the robot and can be programmed to automatically clean every day.

The D35 operates with the just the press of a button telling it to clean bare floors and when it’s time to recharge, D35 will return to its charging station. Routine maintenance requires no tools to empty the dustbin or replace the dual side sweeper brushes.

Ecovacs Robotics says the D35 removes up to 99.97% of airborne particles that pass through its onboard high-efficiency filtration system while it cleans. As D35 vacuums dirt, dust, pollen, dust mites, pet dander, mold spores, lint, hair and more, it also purifies the air and reduces important factors associated with allergies and asthma.

D35 is specially equipped with sensors on its underbody that enable it to constantly interpret its terrain. This gives D35 the intelligence to clean around stairs or any drop-off greater than 3 inches (7.6 cm), without the risk of falling.



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