Aldi launch robot cleaner vacuum which rivals likes of Dyson and iRobot
Aldi has launched a robot hoover which is set to rival the likes of big brands including Dyson and iRobot.
The budget-friendly supermarket is now offering shoppers the chance to have their own robot hoover which promises an efficient and effective clean.
The Special Buy item is priced at £129.99, £669 cheaper than the Dyson 360 Heurist, and £320 cheaper than the iRobot Roomba - yet promising to do the same job.
Aldi's Easy Home Vacuum Cleaner Robot features a 2-in-1 suction and innovative features such as; anti-shock sensors, four cleaning modes and multiple brushes, which aim to ensure an efficient and effective clean.
The clever cleaning gadget has smart navigation, an automatic and manual recharging system, remote control and charging stand with screen and fits under most sofas.
It operates for a maximum of 90 minutes and has a two sided brush and one central floor brush.
The battery charge time takes around four to six hours and shoppers also get a three year warranty when purchasing from Aldi.
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The Easy Home Vacuum Cleaner Robot's contents includes:
You can buy the robot vacuum from Aldi here online or visit your local store.
The Dyson 360 Heurist™ robot vacuum is priced at £799.
Shoppers can purchase this instead of the Aldi version if they want a Dyson hoover engine.
Similarly, with the iRobot Roomba vacuum cleaner, if shoppers are looking to replace their hoover and rely on robot vacuum permanently then the Roomba or Dyson may be best.
If you're looking for something similar which does the same job and for considerably less, than Aldi is the answer.
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