Win an iRobot Looj 330 Gutter Cleaning Robot

Robotics Trends and iRobot are giving away a Looj 330 Gutter Cleaning Robot ($299.99) to help you get ahead on Spring Cleaning.

Photo Caption: iRobot Looj 330 Gutter Cleaning Robot

Editor’s Note: This contest is now closed. Thanks for entering!

Spring is finally here. And your outdoor to-do list just keeps growing. One project many homeowners put off is gutter cleaning. It can be dangerous repeatedly climbing up and down a ladder and overextending your reach to clean up every last leaf.

That’s why Robotics Trends has partnered with iRobot to give away a Looj 330 Gutter Cleaning Robot - a value of $299.99. The contest is open until May 31, 2015 at 11:59 p.m. 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 Wednesday, June 10th, 2015.

Click here for complete contest details.

The iRobot Looj 330 can clean up to a 30-foot section of gutter in 5 minutes and up to 200 linear feet per charge. The remote control lets you drive the robot further along the gutter than previous generations.

Must Read: 10 Essential Spring Cleaning Robots

At just under 2 feet tall and 3 feet wide, Looj 330 propels itself through your gutters, under gutter straps and over downspout holes. Looj 330 is able to fit in more gutters, including most K-style aluminum, copper, metal or vinyl gutters.

The detachable handle is also the remote control, giving you complete forward and reverse control of the robot as well as automatic CLEAN mode selection. You can also control the spin direction of the auger. This wireless controller has an improved communication range of up to 50’.

Looj 330 also comes with an extra set of smaller, more compact ejectors so you can customize your auger for different types of debris.

Again, for your chance to win an iRobot Looj 330 Gutter Cleaning Robot, simply fill out the form below. Good luck!



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