In a Neato Botvac D80 vs ECOVACS Deebot N79 opposition, Neato Botvac D80 is more powerful (its battery capacity is 3000 versus 2600 mAH). However, Deebot N79 work duration is 100 minutes, which is long enough to complete one cleaning session in my house.
In Neato D80 vs Deebot N79 contrast, Deebot N79 has about three times smaller dust bin capacity, while Neato Botvac D80 can’t be controlled remotely via Wi-Fi.
By checking Deebot N79 vs Neato Botvac D80, Pay attention to Deebot N79 Wi-Fi, but there were a couple of accidents when it lost this connection and wasn’t able to return to the dock; and also, The Neato Botvac D80 800 ml dust bin capacity.
If you plan to match Deebot N79 or Neato D80 versus some others, look at the info in the comparison chart and compare it with my other reviews.
The Deebot N79 low price made me suspicious of its quality. However, I was pleased by the fact that it didn’t bump either into the furniture (even the light one due to its decent sensors) or in my dog. Also, I’d like to admit that I’m hooked on controlling home gadgets via my smartphone, so the APP, which I got used to super quickly, was utterly useful.
Suction and equal cleaning quality on both hardwood and carpet surfaces were the things of the first importance for me. This robot vacuum copes with it pretty well using its precision brushes but a carpet color matters. The Neato Botvac D80 shape caught my attention but I can’t say that it visibly influences its dust sanction in the corners. I also noticed that when the vacuum cleaner is run out of the battery before it picks up the dust on the area, it would definitely return there the next time.