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Dyson 360 Vis Nav Robot Vacuum

The most powerful robot. With 6x times the suction of any other robot vacuum.

Intelligent 360° vision system analyses it’s surroundings building a map of your home, so the robot can see where it needs to clean.

Deep cleans across all floor types, right up to the wall and under low furniture. With intelligent obstacle avoidance and dual link suspension to get where it needs to clean.

WIFI connected. Customise your clean, receive cleaning reports and set rules and routines with the My Dyson app. Also, compatible with Alexa and Google Assistant.

Superior cleaning – on all floor types

Edge-to-edge cleaning

Full-width brush bar maximises performance on all floor surfaces. Engineered with a wide diameter to capture more with each pass and reduce hair tangling.

Triple action brush bar

Combines three ways to deep clean – soft nylon, stiff bristles, and anti-static carbon fibre filaments.

Extending side duct

One of the biggest challenges for any robot vacuum. Solved. An extending side duct automatically redirects suction, powerful enough to capture dust and debris right up to the wall.

Detects and removes microscopic particles

In Auto mode, a piezo sensor monitors dust levels 15,000 times a second to detect microscopic particles that are invisible to the eye, automatically increasing suction power when needed.³

Gets to where the dirt is

The D-shaped body has been engineered to reach into corners and its low profile allows it to clean under furniture. Advanced dual-link suspension maintains traction, allowing the robot vacuum to climb steps up to 21mm.

Whole-machine HEPA filtration

Dyson’s fully-sealed, five-stage HEPA filtration system traps dust and seals in 99.99% of particles as microscopically small as 0.1 microns – including pet dander, pollen and diesel soot.⁴

Four power modes, to clean your way

Boost mode delivers maximum suction. Quiet mode enables low-noise cleaning. Quick mode optimises speed. Auto mode intelligently adapts suction power to dust levels.

Intelligent. Independent. Connected.

With regular software updates sent directly to your robot vacuum, it always has the latest smart features.

Analyses, maps and zones

The robot vacuum creates a map of your home, enabling you to fully customise your cleans. Use the MyDyson app to set areas to avoid and choose your preferred power mode for each zone – Auto, Quick, Quiet or Boost.

Intelligently prioritises high dust areas

Learns your home’s dust hot spots, makes them a priority and automatically increases suction. Then sends scientific proof of a deep clean straight to your MyDyson app.

Helps you plan

Run time estimates for each zone make it easier to choose where to clean first, and the most suitable power mode for each zone. You can then schedule cleans that fit around your daily life, using the MyDyson app.

Set rules and routines

With the MyDyson app, you can switch off the brush bar motor for quiet spaces and deep-pile rugs, define no-climb zones, or set areas to avoid altogether.

Voice control. All you have to do is ask.

Compatible with Alexa and Google Assistant. Control your robot vacuum with simple voice commands.

Hassle-free care

Low maintenance

Designed with a bigger bin for less frequent emptying. A hygienic one-touch ejection mechanism drives dust deep into your bin in one action. So there’s no need to touch the dirt.

A lifetime of easy care. Clean after clean.

Your robot vacuum will tell you when it needs attention, and guide you with simple on-screen instructions. The brush bar and lifetime HEPA filter can be washed, ready to go again.

Smart alerts and regular updates

The MyDyson app sends you handy reminders and simple instructions to help you look after your robot vacuum. Continuously improves through automatic software updates.

Automatic recharging

The robot vacuum intelligently monitors battery levels and returns to the dock to recharge when needed, before continuing cleaning where it left off.

The world’s most powerful robot vacuum.¹ 2x the suction of any other robot vacuum.¹ Sucks up more than any other robot on all floors.² Dyson’s first brush bar to combine three ways to deep clean. Engineered with a wide diameter to reduce long hair and pet hair tangling. Choose between four power modes: Auto, Boost, Quick, and Quiet. In Auto mode, the 360 Vis Nav robot vacuum automatically adapts suction power to debris level.³ Unlike side sweepers that flick dirt away,

Dyson sucks up dirt right to the edge of your wall. An 11.8-inch brush bar covers more floor with every sweep, and Quick mode prioritizes speedy cleans. Up to 65 minutes of run time, before automatically recharging, ready to clean again.⁴ Sees where it needs to clean and remembers where it’s been – just like you would. With 26 sensors, 360° navigation, a low-profile design, and dual-link suspension, it reaches far and avoids getting stuck. Set-up requires connection to the MyDyson app. This unlocks your robot’s intelligent features – mapping your home, choosing cleaning modes for each room, setting areas to avoid, smart scheduling, and clean time estimates. Dyson’s fully sealed HEPA filtration system traps dust and seals in 99.99% of particles as small as 0.1 microns –including allergens and pet dander.⁵ CAVEAT: ⁵Tested per ASTM F3150 in Boost mode. Allergens refers to non-living material.

Dyson is committed to ensuring that your personal information is protected and never misused. The robot’s camera spots shapes and contrasts within your home, but will never save, record, or send any images. ¹Suction testing based on ASTM F558 at the inlet loaded to bin full, in Boost mode. ²Straight-line pick-up performance based on market average, across three surface types, based on IEC 62885-7 and 62885-4, in Boost mode against robot vacuum markets (sales data from Jan 2021 to Dec 2021). ³Suction power automatically reacts in Auto mode only. Microscopic dust is defined as particles smaller than 100 microns. ⁴In Quiet mode, in an unobstructed environment. ⁵Tested per ASTM F3150 in Boost mode. Allergens refers to non-living material. ⁷Suction testing based on ASTM F558 at the inlet loaded to bin full, in Boost mode Show more

Experience the benefits of independent cleaning with Dyson 360 Vis Nav™, the world’s most powerful robot vacuum.¹ It’s intelligently designed with 26 sensors and 360° navigation and delivers 2x the suction of any other robot vacuum.¹ You can be confident that it picks up everything you need it to without getting stuck and cleans right to the edge of the walls. In Auto mode, it automatically adapts suction power to debris level. With complete customization available through the MyDyson™ app, you can control your clean. Home mapping, four cleaning modes, deep clean reports, and predictive cleaning allow the Dyson 360 Vis Nav™ to better understand your home and cleaning needs – so you don’t have to. CAVEAT: ¹Suction testing based on ASTM F558 at the inlet loaded to bin full, in Boost mode.

Dyson 360 Vis Nav cleaning all floor types

All floor types

Carbon fiber filaments extract fine dust from hard floors, nylon bristles remove ground-in dirt from carpets, and woven nylon captures large debris.

Dyson 360 Vis Nav brush bar picking up dust and debris

Picks up more than any other²

Full-width brush bar picks up dust and debris right to the edge. Engineered with a wide diameter to reduce hair tangling.

Dyson 360 Vis Nav piezo sensor

Detects the dust you can’t see

In Auto mode, a piezo sensor monitors microscopic dust levels– intelligently adjusting suction where you need it, extending run time where you don’t.³

Dyson 360 Vis Nav power modes

Power where you want it

Choose where to use any of four power modes from room to room with the MyDyson app, or let your robot decide automatically as it cleans.

Dyson 360 Vis Nav using the vision system for intelligent navigation

Intelligent obstacle avoidance

  1. Vision system to pinpoint the robot’s location for intelligent navigation.

Dyson 360 Vis Nav cleaning corners right to the edge

Right to the edge

  1. One of the biggest challenges for any robot. Solved. An extending side duct automatically redirects suction, powerful enough to capture dust and debris right up to the wall.

Dyson 360 Vis Nav cleaning under furniture

Reaches where you can’t

  1. A low profile allows the robot to clean under furniture, while an LED light ring helps it navigate in low light and corners.

Dyson 360 Vis Nav cleaning hard floors and carpet

Gets where it needs to clean

  1. Advanced dual-link suspension maintains traction, allowing the robot to change floor types.

Dyson 360 Vis Nav has a fully sealed HEPA filtration system

Whole-machine HEPA filtration

  1. Dyson’s fully sealed HEPA filtration system traps dust and seals in 99.99% of particles as small as 0.1 microns –including allergens and pet dander.⁵

Dyson 360 Vis Nav sees where it needs to clean

360° visual navigation

  1. Sees where it needs to clean and remembers where it’s been –just like you would.

Dyson 360 Vis Nav intelligently analyzing its surroundings


  1. Using its 360° vision system, the robot intelligently analyzes its surroundings.

Dyson 360 Vis Nav building a map of a home


  1. Taking this data, the robot builds a map of your home – allowing you to control and customize where you clean, from wherever you are.


Switch off the brush bar motor and set areas to avoid in the MyDyson app

Set rules and routines

  1. Switch off the brush bar motor for quiet spaces and deep-pile rugs, define no-climb zones, or set areas to avoid altogether.

The MyDyson app controlling the Dyson 360 Vis Nav

Deep clean. Whether you’re home or not.

  1. The robot works in tandem with the smart features of the MyDyson app to intelligently navigate and clean.

Define zones in the MyDyson app to control your clean

Customize your cleans

  1. Define zones in your home and choose how and when your robot cleans them by setting times, days and even the power mode your robot uses, to suit your home.

The MyDyson app provides scientific proof of a deep clean

Deep clean reports

  1. Your robot maps dust hotspots throughout your home, automatically increasing suction power when needed. Then through the MyDyson app, provides scientific proof of a deep clean.

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Dyson 360 Vis Nav recharging in the dock


Intelligently monitors battery level and returns to the dock to recharge when needed, before going back to finish the job.​

Woman controlling the Dyson 360 Vis Nav with the MyDyson app

Hassle-free care

The MyDyson app sends you handy reminders and simple instructions. Continuously improves through automatic software updates.

Dyson 360 Vis Nav bin being emptied

No-touch bin emptying

Hygienic ejection mechanism drives dust and debris deep into your bin, in one action.

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A lifetime of easy maintenance

Your robot will tell you when it needs attention and guide you with simple on-screen instructions.

Product information

Brand Dyson Model Name Dyson 360 Vis Nav Special Feature Wheels, Cordless Color Blue/Nickel Product Dimensions 13″L x 12.6″W x 3.9″H Included Components Docking Station Filter Type HEPA Filter Battery Life 65 minutes Voltage 21.6 Volts Capacity 0.13 Gallons Power Source Battery Powered Compatible Devices Amazon Echo Form Factor Robotic Item Weight 17.06 pounds Manufacturer Dyson ASIN B0CT95LTCJ Item model number 304619-01 Batteries 1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included) Customer Reviews 3.9 3.9 out of 5 stars

22 ratings

3.9 out of 5 stars Best Sellers Rank #1,300,836 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)

#1,298 in Robotic Vacuums

Batteries required Yes

Brand Dyson

Model Name Dyson 360 Vis Nav

Special Feature Wheels, Cordless

Color Blue/Nickel

Product Dimensions 13″L x 12.6″W x 3.9″H

Included Components Docking Station

Filter Type HEPA Filter

Battery Life 65 minutes

Voltage 21.6 Volts

Capacity 0.13 Gallons

Power Source Battery Powered

Compatible Devices Amazon Echo

Form Factor Robotic

Item Weight 17.06 pounds

Manufacturer Dyson


Item model number 304619-01

Batteries 1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

Batteries required Yes














Model Name

Dyson 360 Vis Nav

Special Feature

Wheels, Cordless



Product Dimensions

13"L x 12.6"W x 3.9"H

Included Components

Docking Station

Filter Type

HEPA Filter

Battery Life

65 minutes


21.6 Volts


0.13 Gallons

Power Source

Battery Powered

Compatible Devices

Amazon Echo

Form Factor


Item Weight

17.06 pounds





Item model number



1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

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3.9 out of 5 stars

Best Sellers Rank

#1,300,836 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen) #1,298 in Robotic Vacuums

Batteries required


21 reviews for Dyson 360 Vis Nav Robot Vacuum

  1. Danee K.Danee K.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Soooooooooooo much quieter than our other robovac

    Oh, where to start on the Roomba Killer? Yes that it it’s name. My husband names our devices and it’s always hilarious.We had a rough start with this one – a fatal defect in manufacturing ie there was a problem with the upper and lower boards communicating with each other. The good news is we contacted Dyson and they replaced it within a couple of days.Customer service I easy to reach a real person for customer support but it took a couple of calls and troubleshooting for them to decided we needed the machine in for service. The biggest complaint about customer service is they couldn’t just look up the error code- how stupid is that? they had to search by topic which it only mapped about 10 feet before dying so we didn’t know. Finally, my husband found a way online and told them how to look it up. The turn around time to send a new one was amazingly quick.I wish it had a self emptying feature, but the basket is super simple to remove and empty. We have this unit covering one level so about 2000 sqft and we have 2 dogs in their spring shed and cat. I usually empty it 3 times a session. I love how easy It Is to remove the trash bin from the unit and open it over the trash.IT’S QUIETER, IT’S QUIETER, IT’S QUIETER, IT’S QUIETERThe machine navigates much more intelligently than our Roomba. It is also quieter and has better suction. I can’t vacuum without going into a mast cell crisis and my husband is gone half the month so the hair could take over. He finally talked me into a Rhoomba but I was worried about the noise since I’m home- often ill. I hate the noise from the Rhoomba. It literally stresses me out so much, our home is big so it runs for hours. This is MUCH quieter. In fact, DON’T mind this running at all.The drop sensors do get obstructed with dog hair and it needs attention to wipe them off and this sucker ran over a power strip – not the cord! It’s MUCH better dealing with the hair the collects on area rugs.The app is good for controlling and scheduling the work schedule. It is also better than the competitor at notifications and showing where it worked. I included a picture of the map which is far more advanced that Rhoomba.After about a week I can say it does need some attention for errors but it seems to improve as it learns the house. The map outline of the home is so much more detailed than the Rhoomba map. I’d love for an auto-empty feature but the decrease in noise pollution makes it worth it.

    4 people found this helpful

  2. Prime memberPrime member

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Far superior to my other robot vacuum

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    Typical Dyson look, actually quite nice, high tech minimalist look. Far nicer than my Neato vacs I own.I’ve owned other Dyson vacs with terrible experiences e.g. my V-series always broke down. My expectation with Dyson in the robot vac space was with very little expectation. Boy was I pleasantly surprised, this one works, far better than my Neato.Good:1. Set up and connection was easy, no problem getting it connected to my WiFi on the first try.2. Software app was decent compared to my other robot vac this app was more intuitive and easy to use.3. Suction power was excellent as with most Dyson vacs I think they’re 2nd to none.4. There are 4 different power/suction setttings each can be set per zone.5. Emptying process of the dirt bin design is way better than others, I never have to touch the filth.6. Unlike my other vac the Dyson doesn’t go around bumping walls endlessly multiple times to then determine there’s an obstacle in its path.7. Obstacle avoidance is far superior to my other vac. Anytime my Neato got stuck the whole cleaning process would stop forcing you to physically move the vacuum and restart. My Dyson so far has never gotten stuck or turned off!8. Mapping process is also much better designed and done in more efficient manner than my Neato.When Dyson maps the vacuum is not on, the advantage is faster mapping and less redo do to failures which my other vacuum would do requiring you to start the mapping process all over again! Totally frustrating.9. So far it’s returned to base 100% of the time without fail.10. Digital lcd display is nice added feature. Neato does not have this?11. Software has all the possible configurations you might want to use. Scheduled cleaning by zones, create multiple maps, clean zones with different suction power setting in places where it might be more dirty?12. Impressive and consistent cleaning, stayed on track with straight line patterns nicely overlapping each other.13. Found the Dyson will perfectly hug along the baseboard with its lil red tongue sticking out but not bump, scrape or scratch the walls edges.14. Love that it comes with Hepa filter, my Neato was extra purchase.Dislikes:1. Battery charge is way too short, after 50min the Dyson needs to recharge?2. Took two attempts before the Dyson mapped my whole house.3. No auto empty of dirt bin for the price I would have thought there was a add on?4. Slightly higher/taller than my other robot vacuum might make going under things more difficult.5. One problem I did find is that with rug runners thicker than 1” the Dyson will always think it’s an obstacle and will not go over or cross it. Literally have to pick it up? I suspect the camera needs fine tuning to account for thicker shag carpets?Overall I think this Dyson shows a lot of promise, granted it’s expensive but more of a Dyson thing with cost I.e. all Dyson are expensive! More firmware updates to fine tune it and maybe a higher capacity battery would be great!

    8 people found this helpful

  3. Teoman ReviewsTeoman Reviews

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Typical Dyson quality, it’s much thicker than my iRobot

    I ordered this robot vacuum to replace our aging iRobot from Amazon, arrived quickly in a very good packaging. Out of the box, Dyson robot vacuum was packaged in its original box. We live in a three story house, we have a robot vacuum at every level. Basement has a very slim Eufy vacuum, our main floor has a 5 years old iRobot, top floor has a newer iRobot. I spent a little over $1000 for all three robot vacuum. This robot vacuum is a high ticket item, however anything comparing to this robot vacuum with similar features are similarly priced. Some of those vacuums they help self-cleaning features, which I am not a fan of. Our oldest iRobot lately having suction issues, so we decided to look for a newer iRobot. Since we use robot vacuums exclusively, we wanted to buy the buy the most expensive iRobot. When we started looking for robot vacuum at that price range we came across with Dyson 360 Vis Nav Robot Vacuum. We already owned couple of Dyson upright vacuums and an Dyson Air purifier, so we already knew it was going to be a good one. Out of the box we set it up, charged the batteries overnight. Next day we tried it out. It was day and night comparing to our other vacuums. Suction is as good if not better than our Dyson upright vacuum, navigation is so good, it’s nearly incredible. It’s very quiet, I stopped to listen several times, making sure it wasn’t defective, to my surprise this is by far my favorite feature. I read the user manual cover to cover, programming is a breeze, just take your time and read it carefully. I also watched several videos online to better understand this machine. I only found one issue which we took care of it easily, that the machine is very thick comparing to our iRobot and especially Eufy. We have modern leather furniture in our living room sits very low, we decided to replace the legs of the furniture with two inches taller legs to accommodate vacuum cleaner. It worked really good, I was going to change those legs anyways. All in all I am very impressed and happy with Dyson 360 Vis Nav Robot Vacuum and I highly recommend it.

    4 people found this helpful

  4. ChrisJ

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Unfortunately the Vis Nav and Dyson Support was hot garbage.

    Was super excited for this machine. Probably more than I should have been (we have four shedding dogs) but I digress. I unboxed the machine and plugged it in. To my surprise the battery was around 90% already so I started setup on the app. Welp, after many failed attempts to connect it to wifi, I decided to start again. Eureka! This time it worked. Oh boy, after a quick update we were off to the races!I decided to skip mapping for the moment as I wanted to get this baby cleaning. I hit play on auto and it slowly moved off the base and turned a 360. Then proceeded to completely shut off. WTH(eck)!? Hmm ok maybe a little hiccup. Turned it back on and hit play again. Woohoo here we goooooo…oh crud, powered off again. Put it back on the base thinking maybe I misread the battery level. Nope. So let’s try again. I hit auto and play again and it started working. Made it through a full cleaning this time!After letting it fully recharge I figured I do a mapping run this time. So I opened the app but connection failed. Went up to look at the machine, it was powered on but no internet. So tried numerous times to reconnect to the internet but no avail. I decided at this point to reboot and erase. Maybe somewhere, something software related got confused, well it sounded good at the time.So I removed from my app, reset and started the whole process again. Failed again numerous times connecting to the internet. Repeatedly stating my password was wrong. It wasn’t. Finally after a few more removal and reboots, I got it to connect.Once it was added, I started the mapping run. 10 seconds in, powered off again. I decided at this point it was time to admit defeat as I sat on my fur covered carpet.Ah ha! I’ll get on Dyson support chat! They’ll know what to do! This was a worse decision than the decision I made to buy this thing. After about 20 minutes I got on with what may have been a human but I’m not 100% as it was an incredibly difficult conversation that entailed me repeating myself numerous times. Then the alleged support human decided to paste in the same “make sure battery is charged and home is readied” canned answer.At this point I was already pulling the box out of the closet to pack this baby back up and send it on its merry way back to Amazon. Never again with my spend my money on any Dyson product. I get there’s sometimes problems but that combined with the incredibly poor support, I’m out.

    8 people found this helpful

  5. B.A.R.

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Not impressed for the price.

    Besides having the world’s ugliest docking station, I was underimpressed with the vacuum itself. I really don’t see any benefit or advantage to the “visual” system as compared to lidar of other botvacs. In fact, this one seems to get stuck more, especially under furniture. When it’s in complete darkness, a light comes on so it can “see”. It also is extremely sensitive to floor vents, thinking it’s about to fall off a cliff. It panics and freezes and assumes it’s stuck. Sometimes it forgets to do rooms or doesn’t get along all the edges, despite having mapped out the floorplan previously. At full strength suction, it lasts maybe 20 minutes, so hardly long enough to cover a single room. On regular power, it’ll cover a few rooms, but usually needs to charge up to finish them off. On our ranch, even on quick mode it’ll usually have to charge up to finish.The app is ok, but a bit confusing for some things. The mapping and zoning is better than most other apps. It lets you set boundaries and zones, plus you can name them. Then you can select each zone individually or as a group and add them to whatever scheduled times you want.The exclusion zones are easy to set up, and you can also specify to only turn off the brush, or to tell it not to try and climb over obstacles. I though it would provide a bit of feedback on where it thought it was getting stuck. Those floor vents would be tiny spaces on the map, but I can’t really tell where they are unless the vacuum could show where it sees those obstacles.The bin is quite large, and is way easier and cleaner to empty than most others. I like the design, which is similar to the Neato’s. This one builds on the wide roller brush by also adding the pop-out vacuum port on the side to get the edges.All this would be great, but we find that it’s inconsistent. It’ll say it’s done, but sometimes miss rooms. It’ll complete a cleaning, showing that it got every room on the map, but we’ll see stuff around the edges of a room, or even occasionally right in the main areas. For the asking price of about $1200, I expect near perfection, not just ok and even then, being ok just 1/2-3/4 of the time.

    4 people found this helpful

  6. Frequent printer

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Quiet vacuum but expensive for its features and needs better battery life

    First, setup was easy using the app and connecting to wifi. This is my second vacuum that uses mapping but this dyson is having trouble with mapping my layout. It forgets rooms at times, very disappointing. The dyson is much taller than any of my previous robot vacs and cannot access areas I would like for it to clean (under the couches and dining room chairs). It is very quiet compared to my other robot vacs I have used which is the best feature. The areas it does get to are very clean it does a good job, but only runs around 45 minutes before returning to charge, I would expect a longer runtime for a robot vac that costs this much. Emptying the bin is manual also, again something I would expect to be automatic for this cost. I guess you are paying for the name, but my much cheaper vacuum will be the one I use most of the time.

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  7. A. E.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Probably the most powerful suction on a robovac

    Good:+ Huge suction power. It just cleans really well, probably better than most other robovacs out there. The brush bar also plays a big part in how it can collect dust from corners.+ Great build quality, pretty much what you’d expect from a high-end brand like Dyson.+ Large wheels. It can roll over a lot of small bumps or obstacles that other robots might have trouble with.+ Dustbin is convenient to empty with good capacity. It doesn’t have an auto-empty feature, but that doesn’t seem like a big deal to me.+ Object detection is intelligent. It doesn’t have to bump into everything to know it’s there.+ Navigation in general is good for me. I’m in an 1100 sq ft apartment and it was able to map out the whole space easily and performs well on both hardwood and carpeted areas. It always returns to home base successfully.+ MyDyson app works well and has a lot of useful features, which is fortunate since while you can do some things through the built-in LCD screen, the app unlocks a lot more functionality. Don’t just take my word for it though – it’s rated over 4 stars on both the Android and Apple stores.Not so good:- Though it does navigate my whole space successfully, occasionally it makes odd navigation choices, stopping in unexpected places for example. At time of writing it’s a pretty new product, so through software updates I expect it will get better with time.- Height. It’s just a little taller than most other robovacs so could have some trouble going under certain furniture if you need it to do that.- No mopping capabilities, though to be fair I haven’t seen many robovacs that do a great job of that.- Price. It has the Dyson markup, of course.Other thoughts:- Style is kind of bold with the blue-purple Dyson color. I think it looks OK and matches my Dyson stick vacuum, but it might not appeal to those who want something more subtle.- It’s not too noisy but it’s not super-quiet, either. I think it’s quieter than most other robovacs, but you will still notice it’s on.- Overall this is a great way to keep your floor clean and reduce the need for manual cleaning. It has a few quirks and won’t be for everyone, but if you choose this to clean your floors it should do the job well.

  8. Bridget P

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Makes me happy

    I hate vacuuming. Like REALLY hate it. You would think I would have already owned a robot vacuum but this Dyson is my first. Since it’s my first I cannot compare it to others but I can confidently say I am thrilled with it. Incredibly easy to get started, within minutes we had Cinderella (that’s what we named it) do a quick clean. It was able to get through most of the house during its initial 50 minute run. After charging up, it got right back to work to finish the job. I could hear the suction power ramp up in the heavier soiled places. I watched gleefully as it maneuvered its way under tables and chairs. It’s got amazing suction power and mesmerized the kitties. When it finished the app notified me the job was complete and I could view a map of everywhere it had been. I can also use the app to map the areas and zones and schedule times and days for it to clean. It’s made my year I love it. I only wish I had got one sooner.

  9. TDD

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great suction and features

    the Dyson 360 Vis Nav is a awesome suction amount of a robot vacuum cleaner. I had suction power to compare to my regular shark vacuum cleaner, and I found this is a most powerful robot that I have ever used. It worked well on my carpets and hard floors, needing only once to get what was left behind. It is just a suction cleaner, I have both kinds of floors, but it is not a model that can mop. – The bin empties easily, as well, a bit loud, but it adjusts the motor automatically. – I like that it is short and can go under furniture easily. – the roller brush feels strong for carpets, but it was gentle and effective on my hardwood floors. – I liked the ability to pop up the dust collector and also empty without mess. – The app was straight forward to setup and map the house, but I also found out you can start cleaning from the vacuum itself. The battery life was adequate, and completed my 2200 sq ft. house with some elimination of areas I didn’t want vacuumed on a charge.

  10. YTYT

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    powerful cleaning capabilities and convenience

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    Pros:Powerful Suction: The Dyson 360 Vis Nav boasts impressive suction power, making it effective at picking up debris from various surfacesEdge Cleaning: Unlike some robot vacuums, it does a decent job of cleaning along room edges and around furniture legs, thanks to its automatically extending side duct360-Degree Vision: With its advanced navigation system, it constantly maps your home as it moves, ensuring thorough coverage. Has drop sensors so if you have multi level home it will not run off the stairs or ledge.App Control: You can schedule cleaning times, define zones, and monitor dust levels via the MyDyson app. Prob most impressive out all vacuum robots is the control within the app. After you mapped out your floor you can set zones and schedule right from the app.Cons:Navigation Quirks: The Vis Nav occasionally stops in the middle of a room during cleaning, which can be disconcerting. It follows a somewhat unpredictable patternBattery Life: While it runs for 47 minutes in Auto mode, Boost mode provides only around 15 minutes of cleaning timeNo Self-Emptying Function: Unlike some competitors, the Vis Nav lacks a self-emptying feature, requiring manual dustbin emptyingComes with one docking station. I have two floors so I have to move the docking from one floor to the other But you can buy a 2nd one for convenience which is prob what will happen eventually.Some difficulties with loose rugs or areal mats, sometimes it can’t go over them and ends up just pushing them around. The vacuum is very low to the ground but does have independent wheels that can go over bigger obstacles once it’s over them. Wish there was a way for the vacuum to lift it self up or at least its nose.Bottom Line: The Dyson 360 Vis Nav offers powerful cleaning capabilities and convenience, especially for busy households. However, its price tag may be hard to justify for some users, considering the limitations and quirks. If you prioritize thorough cleaning and advanced features, it’s worth considering; otherwise, explore other options.

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  11. David VDavid V

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Nice robot vacuum

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    After doing some research I decided to give this Dyson robot vacuum a try. I have heard nothing but great things about Dyson and their products especially when it comes to their vacuums. I was a bit hesitant because of how expensive it is but I wanted to see how good it was. This vacuum definitely does its job of cleaning. At first it maps out the area so that when it cleans it knows to get all the spots. There are a few different settings for cleaning which include Auto, Quiet, Quick, and Boost. They all essentially just clean but in different speeds. The best thing about this is that you can control everything through the app. If you are away from home and want to come back to a clean house you can simply go on the app and turn it on and it’ll start cleaning. The noise is not as loud as some other brands of robot vacuum but it’s not super quiet either even on the “Quiet” setting. Another feature I noticed on this is that if the room is dark there is an automatic light that comes on when it’s cleaning that way the the camera can see where it’s going. That is a cool feature because it will make sure it gets the entire room. The only issue I had is that it was having a hard time going back the its base once it was done cleaning. I’m not sure why but it would notify my phone that it needed help so I would have to carry it back and push it against the base. Other than that this is a great robot vacuum. It is definitely an investment. I would recommend it only if you are willing to spend that much money. Otherwise there are other robot vacuums that do the same job for about half the price.

  12. Shannon Neil

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Suction and cleaning is great but it’s loud

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    I was really surprised by how great this cleans but I was also surprised by how loud it was. In my video it was cleaning in my entryway where I have 2 rubber backed rugs on the wood floor. It clearly did not want to go on the rugs, it kept getting caught on the edges. The one time it did get on the rug it switched modes (was set on auto mode to switch depending on the flooring it was on) and man was it loud! I do really appreciate the fact that it can see obstacles and doesn’t just bump into everything before turning. My old robot would bounce off everything making all kinds of noise. But I scheduled my old robot to run at 4am before anyone was up, this one is way too loud for a 4am schedule. I’m also going to have to figure out what to do about my rugs. My old one managed them just fine but it had more clearance to navigate the edges than this one does. And unfortunately I have to have the rugs for my blind doggo. We shall see, I’m going to use some carpet tape and try and stick the rugs down and see if that helps. This is way more expensive than what my old one was, I would think it would be able to navigate different surfaces without problems.

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  13. CJA

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Price and lack of features at this price range is why I would not recommend this unit.

    This is a great robot vacuum that will get better over time after repeated use. I already had the unit create a profile of the rooms I wanted to vacuum on a set schedule. I connect to an app to help you see where it cleaned as well as how much debris it picked up. The charge times are decent and the vacuum has an average of 45 minutes of usage before it needs to recharge. It does get stuck here and there but you can set up zones for when you want the vacuum to act a certain way (avoid the area, do not climb, no brush bar). It will get better over time once you customize it. Oh and sometimes it gets lost trying to find its way back to the charging station…..what’s up with that????For the price of this unit, you can get a better vac robot that has more features; however, you will not get the suction power that vac has. If it were 1/2 the asking price, I would be all over this!Edit: lowered the rating to 1 star: After a week of use, and remapping the house 3x’s, it still has trouble finding the office and bedroom. It will find the 2 rooms after it has been remapped but will get lost when it goes back 2 days later to clean the same 2 rooms and give me an error message saying that it did not clean it. It takes almost 90 minutes to remap the floor and I would hate to do this weekly. This unit is frustrating to use and more of a hassle than a benefit. When it does work, it does a good job cleaning the rugs thoroughly. I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS UNIT until they iron out the bugs.Second Edit: (almost 2 weeks later) So I have this vacuum set on a schedule to clean certain rooms on a daily basis so it is heavily being used. I have noticed that over repeated uses, the robot vac learns things just a little bit more from its surroundings and has fewer issues getting stuck, avoiding areas, and finding its way back to the charge station. This thing beats all the other vacuum robots when it comes to vacuuming carpets but lacks a lot of other features at this price range. I would still not recommend this due to the price and lack of features. If this thing had LIDAR to help map the room a lot better, a self-emptying station base station, and front sensors to avoid running over things on the ground that are below the sensor on top, for the same price then I would recommend this unit. I would recommend this unit if they lowered the price to 600 due to a very large cleaning brush, and suction power.Don’t get me wrong, I love this robot vacuum and I heavily use this product; however, I did receive this product to review for free. I just wouldn’t pay the asking price.

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  14. ReviewToaKill

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best One I’ve Ever Used

    I’ve heard the name “Dyson” forever, but have never owned any of their products. Usually the price tag is just too steep for what I’m able to afford. When this became available to try, I jumped at the chance.We are a family of 4 (2 kids, plus 3 cats), so our house can become challenging pretty quickly. We’ve had 4 previous vacuum robots in the past. Our house usually eats them after several months. Think shoelaces, Lego, cat toys… They do ok for a while, bumping around and sucking up dirt, but they quickly either lose effectiveness or just quit working. Charging has also been an issue for us, as their charging docks were pretty persnickety as far as how the robot had to be EXACTLY placed to charge.This is next level. Seriously. There is not one thing I would change after hanging out with it for a week. The charging dock is nice and small, and there is a larger surface area for the nodes to connect with. This should avoid some of our previous issues with charging. The robot itself is SMART. I have never seen one navigate around this well, despite them being “smart.” This is really more intelligent than any other robot we’ve had. My husband has the app and is the “owner,” and I also downloaded it and am a user. So far, that’s working well. It has all the usual mapping features.The cannister for the dirt is pretty unique. You pull it out. pull the red/orange handle out, and slide the switch to the side. This allows the bottom to open up and the dirt to come out. Make sure you have it well inside a garbage can to catch all the fine dust. There is a small panel on the top that can help tell you what it’s doing/what it needs. Our airway has gotten clogged alot, so we have had to reach into that port and remove whatever was in there. That’s a pain, but not too bad.I really love this thing and now I can see what the buzz is about. Dyson products are pretty rad!

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  15. Right up your alley

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    It is expensive, but it does an amazing job.

    There’s no doubt that most people will shy away from spending $1200 on a vacuum cleaner, but if you can get past that, this machine is super impressive. I’m not going ot go over all the specs and details because you can read that for yourself. I will say that this thing really does a great job at cleaning and gets everywhere, even spots like under the bed that you don’t go with a regular vacuum. The battery life goes for about 45-50 minutes before it drives itself back to recharge. That is not a great battery life, but who cares this thing takes care of itself. The only thing you need to worry about is emptying the canister when it fills up, and I am amazed at how much more this picked up than my previous vacuum. It even sends you a message on your phone if it runs into a problem like sucking up a dryer sheet or anything else that might be too big for it. Emptying the canister is very easy, and I do it whenever it goes back for a charge just out of convenience. I absolutely love this vacuum, but yes it is expensive.


    5.0 out of 5 stars


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    Count on Dyson to design another outstanding masterpiece. The Dyson 360 Vis Nav Robot Vacuum is awesome. It is heavery then other popular brands, however other things make up for that, such as the ease of setup, programming schedule, connection to WIFI, removal of dust bin, the pop up chamber for filter. The tire’s silicone tread really grips the hardwood floors making it capable to maneuver over floor transitions strips. Everything about this vacuum is awesome. Years ago I worked in a vacuum shop and the most important thing I learned about vacuums is they’re only good if you put the time to keeping them clean and the filters free of debris. Dyson has always been my favorite vacuum because they hold high CFM, the machine is easy to keep clean and they’re fun to use.The Dyson started precisely on the scheduled time. It did pause and restart as it mapped out the layout of house. The sensor is fantastic, best I’ve seen, (we had 3 robot vacs so far) it paused before touching furniture or other objects. When done the debris chamber was opened and cleaned, it contained a great deal of cat hair. It’s quieter then other, it will power up when entering carpet then powers down on hardwood floors. It had no trouble transitioning from one room over the marble threshold into bathroom. The Dyson 360 is very accurate in sending notification messages if it needs charging, couldn’t connect to base station, bin need cleaning or if it completed or didn’t complete job, keeping you on top of its efficiency. The packaging is presentable for gifting and it’s an excellent gift for anyone, especially seniors, the disabled or new moms. Our kids gave us a robotic vacuum years ago, we are both disabled seniors and it’s truly a blessing to have, especially this Dyson 360 Vis, we’ve named her Lady Dy.

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  17. Frank

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great cleaning, good navigation, poor battery life

    I got this to replace an old Neato D5 that I have had for years. I had replaced the battery and belts several times and it was just acting wonky. The cleaning on this one is much better. I am going to try to break this review up into separate thoughts to lay out the good and bad of my experience with this Dyson over the past month I have been using it.Suction: This vacuum claims to have twice the suction of any other robot vacuum. While I can’t test that I can say it does do a much better job cleaning both my tile and wood but also carpets and rugs than my old robot. The Dyson cleans much better around the edges of the rooms and there are usually none to very few balls of dog hair floating around that it missed. The different power modes are handy but due to the short battery life I usually run it only on quiet mode but that does a great job. Quiet mode is also pretty quiet too, for a vacuum anyways.Navigation: This vacuum has a totally different concept to navigating than my Neato did. The neato mapped but would still bump into objects to detect them just about always. The Dyson does much better at not having to bump things to know where they are. The app also lets you designate rooms and also set boundaries for no-go, brush only and no brush which is handy. The map screen in the app could defintely use a zoom function to make it easier to draw the lines between rooms though. It took me several tries to get them where I wanted them to be. I will say I am disappointed to see that the vacuum will regularly drive over the lines and into areas I didn’t want it to go. Usually it is only a foot or so but keep that in mind. I also have noticed it drive through rooms to get to other rooms to vacuum if I run a different setup so if you really have a place you don’t want it make sure you have good boundaries.I am really impressed with how well it navigates under chairs. We temporarily have our dining table pushed over to the wall with all the chairs underneath it. You can’t easily reach with a handheld vacuum but the Dyson deftly maneuvers itself in and out under every chair.I do wish that as fancy as the vacuum is with the 360 camera that it could do some truth correction if it is cleaning and gets a little off. The error seems to compound into my hallway sometimes. You would think that it having a saved map of the house that it could know whether it is actually where it thinks it is based on the image it sees. Maybe they don’t do this for privacy storage reasons but it would be nice and could help prevent it getting lost.Battery life: This is my major complaint. This vacuum is so powerful that it uses the battery very quickly. According to the app, my routine cleaning area in the main portions of my house is 650 sq ft. On quiet mode it can just do that area on one charge. If it goes over by even 50-100 sq ft it has to stop to recharge. On auto mode it takes 2 charges for that. That isn’t practical to do your whole house that way daily.Other: I like the way the app lets you designate and name rooms. It makes it easy to clean just one room if needed. I have only tried once but could not get voice control with google assistant to do it though. That would be cool for when my kids leave playground sand all over my entryway.The dust bin is pretty cool too. If you don’t have a long haired dog like me you can easily empty the bin without ever touching the contents. There is a spring loaded button that pops it open over your trash can. Long hair can get stuck though so some help is needed sometimes.The vacuum is also good at detecting problems. On one of its errant voyages into my son’s room it sucked up a lego and a piece of plastic wrapper that clogged the inlet. It told me in the app when it was finished that there was a clog I needed to fix.I have one last complaint as far as QC goes. My vacuum came with the screen slightly angled. It isn’t much but is noticeable. For the premium price this shouldn’t happen.Overall I am happy with the performance of this vacuum compared to my old one. How this compares to other modern vacuums from other brands I can’t really say. Other than battery life the hardware is good. If they could clean up some of the goofy errors in the navigation and the map interface it would be great. I did notice a firmware update was installed already so hopefully that has helped. If they continue to improve things in the software, that support is worth a bit extra to me.

  18. Roger William Agan

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Dyson robot vacuum

    This is an awesome machine. Was very easy to set up. This maps your floor plan,and runs a path. Totally runs and vacuums on it’s own. I’ve had several robotic vacuums and so far this was the quickest and most powerful one in my opinion. The machine looks sleek and modern .

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  19. Brandi Cambric

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great product

    We can’t say enough about the Dyson, this vacuum cleaner works great and picks up everything. Great product that stands up to its name. Now the price is a little high but well worth the investment.

  20. Mcgyver210Mcgyver210

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Could be 5 stars if it worked.

    Despite the promising features of this vacuum and a defective touchscreen that hindered the setup, I must note the product was presented well and came well-packaged. The initial impression was positive, reflecting a high standard of care in its presentation and packaging. This aspect, combined with my attempts to utilize as many features as possible and the promising look of the app, underscored the potential convenience and control the vacuum could offer.Before encountering the setup issue, the vacuum’s design to handle various types of dirt and debris, including a unique brush bar for tackling long and pet hair without tangling, hinted at significant cleaning efficiency. The device also boasts four power modes, offering flexibility for every cleaning situation, and an Auto mode designed to intelligently adjust suction based on debris level.Although my experience was compromised due to the touchscreen problem, the quality of presentation and the initial usability of the product left me hopeful. I plan on updating my review after receiving a working replacement, optimistic that a fully operational unit will allow for a complete and fair evaluation of all its features.

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  21. DJDJ

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    I really wanted to like it….

    Ugh, it pains me to write this because I really wanted to like this robot, but it might be the dumbest robot vacuum I’ve ever had. It’s also by far the most expensive robot vacuum I’ve ever had and those two things should not be in the same review. For reference, this is not my first robot vacuum, this is my 5th. I really hate vacuuming so I started with the original Roomba a month after it was released. I’ve had two more Roombas since then and a Neato for the past 8 years. Even my original Roomba got stuck less than this vacuum.It started off well, the packaging was well done and easy to open. The robot paired well with my phone and updated itself right away. Meanwhile my son gave it an adorable name (it started as Cutie like every single thing he names, but we moved on from there). At that point my wife walked in and asked why I got a vacuum with the most ridiculous color imaginable. Officially it’s called Blurple which is just a really horrific name for what’s not a bad color in general. Unfortunately unlike other Dysons that get stored in a closet or utility room, this thing sits in my living room in front of nice stained American Chestnut trim. It does not fit in at all, but there’s no option for a more subtle color like black or gray like all my previous robots. The dock is equally blurply, but has the added ridiculousness of black and white squares. I’ve never had a robot that needed giant landing squares to find it’s dock, just a subtle IR transmitter on all my old ones. Anyway, after some more grumbling my wife begrudgingly allowed me to leave it in the living room for the time being. It finished updating and was ready to go and map the house which went off without an issue….that was the last time it ever fully ran and got back to it’s base unassisted.In the three weeks I’ve had the robot scheduled to run twice a week, it has never finished without intervention on my part. Now to be fair one of those times it got stuck on a cat toy which was understandable and one time it didn’t run because the power plug on the base had gotten knocked loose so it didn’t charge. Fine, taking those two away, it has failed 5 times. Most of those times I cleared the error and then it did something else stupid and I gave up and told it to go back to it’s base. One of those times it drove around for 30 minutes, passing it’s base and the giant landing zone markers 6 times before I gave up and put it on the base myself.There are two main issues that I’ve found are causing the issues. One is software and one is hardware. The software issue is that it’s dumb. I mean really really dumb. Even my original 2002 era Roomba would run into something then turn and go another way. This thing does not. I have iron AC vents on the floor that are raised maybe a 1/4 inch above the floor. There’s one in particular the vacuum refuses to avoid. It will drive up on it and get partially stuck so it’ll back off it. Ok, that makes sense, my Neato does the same thing then turns and tries to go around it. This thing won’t turn at all, it will immediately drive directly forward again and get stuck in the exact same way. Then it will back off….and do it again. I’ve watched it do this 4 times in a row without making a single adjustment or attempt to turn, then it gives up, turns off, and says it’s stuck.I also pretty sure it gets lonely. I’ll be working in the kitchen while I hear it vacuum the living room, then suddenly I’ll hear the suction turn off and it drives across 2 rooms and comes into the kitchen then turns back on. Weird it didn’t do it in order, but fine, so I go in the living room since our kitchen is small. After about a minute it turns off the suction, drives back to the living room, and starts vacuuming again. Ok, weird, back to the kitchen to finish what I was doing….the vacuum did it again. I don’t know what’s going on, but regardless of whether it was actually going out of it’s way to harass me, I don’t understand why it would vacuum part of a room, go across the house to vacuum part of another room, then go back and forth across the house again, not vacuuming the rooms in the middle at all. I really don’t get it, but it seems like a complete waste of battery power.Ok, last issue then I’ll say positive things, I swear (sorry, I’m an engineer I focus on the things that need to be fixed). The hardware issue I mentioned is in regards to the floor sensors. They constantly get covered with dust which is something I’ve never experienced before. The front corner ones don’t look like they’d be any issue compared to my previous robots and the recess seems like it’s well designed so dust bunnies don’t get stuck, but twice I’ve had to pull a dust bunny out of them and blow on the lenses. The bigger issue is that there’s one giant recess that’s probably an inch deep I’ve shown in the attached picture. Several times I’ve had to pull a fluffy dust bunny out of there (we have steam radiators so dust builds up in the winter, hence the need for a robot vacuum). Now admittedly when I first ran this, my old robot had been inactive for a while (needs new batteries) we were having work done, and I hadn’t vacuumed myself in a while. It didn’t bother me the first two times since the house was a mess. It has however continued to happen which makes me wonder why there’s a big recessed cavity with a sensor on the bottom of a vacuum of all things. It seems like they should have just put a clear plastic piece flush with the bottom or something.Now the good and yes, despite my gripes there is a lot of good with this robot. First and foremost it cleans really well. I leave it set to auto mode and you can hear it spool up to turbo mode when it hits a particularly dirty area, then spins back down in normal areas to save battery. The brushes work well and do not seem to get jammed up with hair like most of my previous vacuums did. My first two Roombas had to have their brushes cleaned of hair after every other cleaning since they’d seize up the bearing eventually. I do not anticipate that on this vacuum as it seems to be better designed to deal with that.The dust bin is a decent size, similar to my other vacuums so it needs to be emptied after every other cleaning at the absolute minimum, though more likely should be emptied every time. Unfortunately there’s no auto empty which seems like an oversight at this price (although there’s no chance my wife would allow a giant blurple garbage can dock in the living room so maybe it’s for the best). The dust bin itself is very easy to empty. There’s a big red button to detach it and grab the folding handle. Then there’s a switch on the handle that pops the bottom open similar to how other Dyson vacuums are emptied. It makes it very easy to empty without getting dust everywhere.The app works well and the robot mapped the house pretty well. I haven’t bought a vacuum since this became a common feature so it’s much better than the old system of having to put a laser module where I didn’t want the robot to go (or even worse, a magnet strip on the floor for my old Neato). It makes sure to give me a heat map of how much I’m a slob and where all the dirt is concentrated in my house. I have a child so it’s not shockingly concentrated everywhere he eats anything. I suspect only half the food he “eats” makes it into his mouth and Dyson has now confirmed this. It also shows you on the map where the robot gets stuck and what the error was so I can confirm it really really hates my one AC vent.Overall it’s a decent vacuum, but that’s not the level of vacuum I’d expect for this price. I expect the absolute best robot vacuum for that price and this just has way to many issues for that to be the case. The worst part is that this thing was released months earlier in Europe so while I’d normally excuse the software issues at least due to receiving a pre-release item off Vine, they should have been worked out by now. The price for this directly from Dyson is $1200 which is more than even the highest vacuum only Roomba that’s $600 directly from them (there is a $1000 version, but it includes a mop so it’s not a direct comparison). Granted I haven’t used that vacuum so I can’t directly compare it, but just going off their specs they’re pretty even in features, but the Roomba has the significant advantage of the self emptying dock. Considering it can’t even finish vacuuming the house on it’s own, I’m not sure this thing is twice as good at vacuuming.

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