Puresight Systems, the official distributor of iRobot products in India has announced an exclusive offer starting today. With every purchase of Braava Jet m6 priced Rs 56,900, consumers will get the premium Roomba 971 or Roomba 976 worth Rs 29,900 free.
The offer commences from March 1st, 2021 to March 15th, 2021, and is available at all offline and online channels. Customers can avail of this offer at all iRobot, Croma Centres, and Reliance Digital stores as well as on online shopping platforms including www. irobot.in, Amazon and Flipkart. The Braava Jet m6 costs ₹56,900 in India, while the Roomba 971 and the Roomba 976 cost ₹29,900 each.
As far as the features are concerned, the iRobot Braava Jet m6 Robot Mop comes with a squarish design and Imprint Smart Mapping technology that enables the robot to learn, map, and adapt to a user’s home over time. This technology also enables users to control which rooms are cleaned and when using the iRobot HOME App, Google Assistant, or Alexa.
The vacuum and mop duo serves as the ideal ‘cleaning assistant’ for those who love a spotless home but are too occupied to clean it again and again. Enabled with Wi-Fi connectivity and mapping, the user can have ultimate control over the smart home appliances. With the ease of scheduling and controlling from the phone, Roomba 976 robot vacuum paired with the Braava Jet m6, cleaning can now be controlled at the fingertips.
Apart from this, this robotic mop comes with two wet mopping pads, which the company says feature wicking fibers to help break-up kitchen grease, and sticky messes, and one dry sweeping pad, which uses electrostatic force to capture dirt, dust, and pet hair.
Coming to Roomba 976, it uses optical sensors to capture over 230,400 data points to create a detailed map of its surroundings. It comes with dual multi-surface rubber brushes, which the company says are capable of removing both fine dust particles and debris. Additionally, it comes with a three-stage cleaning system and power-lifting suction, which the company says uses 5x air power to clean out debris.
Lastly, the Roomba 971. It features advanced vSLAM navigation technology, which iRobot says enables the robot to gather over 230,400 data points each second to create an accurate map of a user’s home. It comes with a 3-stage cleaning system that is powered by an advanced vacuum motor that spins at 10,000 RPMs to deliver 5X the suction for a strong pick-up performance across carpets and hard floors.