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Grab the Roomba 960 Vacuum Cleaning Robot from Amazon India for Rs. 64,900

25 April 2017 4

Last year, iRobot CEO said that 20% of world's vacuum cleaners comprise of robots. Today we find it true as more and more vacuum cleaning robots hit the markets with extra smart specs and features. One among them is Roomba 960 Vaccum Cleaning Robot from iRobot. This amazing product finally reached India for a price of Rs 64,900.

Puresight Systems, the distributor of US-based iRobot products in India, launched the product in India on Monday. It packs several advanced features such as mapping, adaptive navigation with visual localization and cloud-connected app. The iRobot HOME App can be used to control the device with Wireless connectivity.

The Roomba 960 Vacuum Cleaning robot packs all the premium features of other Roomba series devices. One of the main features among them is tangle-free debris extractors to prevent hair tangles. Apart from that, Roomba 960 has five times the power compared to previous-generation vacuum cleaners.

Mr. Asaf Merary of PureSight Systems said that,

Puresight and iRobot are very happy with the response our products have received in India and we are positive about the future,

The Roomba 960 is equipped with Dirt Detect Series II, this means the device can clean particularly dirty areas without further instructions. Users don’t need to have the fear of losing battery charge with this device before the completion of the cleaning process. The device packs Recharge and Resume functionality that makes sure the device completes all tasks.

Those who are interested in the product can grab it from Amazon India for a price of Rs. 64,900.00.


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Grab the Roomba 960 Vacuum Cleaning Robot from Amazon India for Rs. 64,900
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DianaAngela
DianaAngela

This is quite a beautifully designed cleaning robot. At first I thought it was kind of a vacuum cleaner and was expecting a similar design. But what I saw was something totally different.

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