Anyone have experience with Neato robot vacuum cleaners?

Cupertino, October 14, 2020

I thought of switching from Eufy to a smart vacuum cleaner that has area cleaning, multi-storey mapping, no walkways, etc. and I'm interested in Neato thanks to the Siri Shortcut integration. At first I was really looking at Roborock, but I don't feel like I need to delete it and again, ideally I would have the ability to control it with Siri.

I wonder if anyone has experience in this, because there is not much information online. How well do Siri shortcuts work? Can I say "Hey, Siri, vacuum the kitchen" and the vacuum cleaner will go, clean the kitchen and come back? Neato's announcement of Siri Shortcut integration also includes Zone Cleanup, so I guess the answer is "yes", but I want to be sure.

[The D6 Connected is on sale on Prime Day for $400](https://www.amazon.com/Neato-Robotics-Connected-Guided-Vacuum/dp/B07GC72BMN/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=neato&psr=PDAY&qid=1602686038&s=prime-day&smid=ATVP I'm not sure why, but it's very difficult to find the suction power specification for that vacuum. I found a website that says it's only 1,000 pascals. It's true? How do you like the power of suction?

Any perspective would be appreciated. Thanks.

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