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Having a robot vacuum in your home is the ultimate luxury: You simply kick back and relax while it goes to work cleaning your floors. But robovacs come with a solid price tag, and that's not something everyone can — or wants to — shell out for. Well, get this: Amazon just majorly slashed prices on top-rated Lefant robovac-mops and robot vacuums, with one vacuum as low as $100! You'll save up to 65%.
Got stuff around your place? This vacuum has 6D built-in anti-collision infrared sensors to help it avoid obstacles. It also has 1800 Pa of suction power to suck up dirt and pet hair.
This vacuum is virtually silent in its regular cleaning mode, so you won't even know it's there. An 11-inch diameter and 3-inch height allow it to move around your place with ease. Control all the action from the Lefant app, Google Assistant or Alexa.
"Great value," said a satisfied shopper. "This cleans as well as its forerunners, is smaller and lighter, can be voice activated and dramatically reduces the amount of times I need to do a deep vacuum clean."
This mopping robot vacuum has 360-degree sensors to help it easily navigate your floors. At just three inches high, it's slim enough to slip under your bed, couch and other furniture to get a truly thorough clean.
The Lefant M213S gives you an impressive 150 minutes of run time with powerful 3200Pa suction before it needs a recharge. And you can control the whole thing from the Lefant app or handy remote, allowing you to relax while your floors get clean.
"Great for those on a budget," said a five-star fan. "This robot is very much comparable to the name-brand versions, and honestly out performs them in my opinion. I've had an iRobot as well as a Roomba, neither of which just really blew my mind. This one is everything in one and I didn't think it would be good for the price, but this is a steal! Oh and it works on both our tile floors as well as the carpet. We even tried it on our backyard and it worked well on our concrete patio."
The New Zealand opposition has taken a leaf out of an Australian playbook, brewing a storm over tax ahead of the next election.However, the National party denies concocting misleading campaigns as it attempts to unseat Jacinda Ardern's Labour government.
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The US military said it killed a leader of the Islamist militant al Shabaab group with an air strike in Somalia over the weekend, while the insurgents claimed responsibility for a new attack.Somalia's government said the leader was one of the co-founders of the al-Qaeda linked movement that has killed tens of thousands of people in bombings since 2006.
The death toll from Hurricane Ian has climbed past 80 as embattled residents in Florida and the Carolinas faced a recovery expected to cost tens of billions of dollars, and some officials faced criticism over their response to the storm.The death toll was expected to keep rising as floodwaters receded on Sunday and search teams pushed farther into areas initially cut off from the outside world.
The federal government's national security cabinet will meet to discuss a plan to repatriate Australian women and children from Syria.The committee, made up of senior government ministers briefed by top defence brass, will on Tuesday afternoon discuss whether to pull the trigger on repatriating 16 women and 42 children who are families of Islamic State members, AAP has confirmed.
Two men who died in a helicopter crash in the Western Australian wheatbelt had been participating in a club event in a private aircraft.The two-seat Robinson R22 helicopter went down near the Cowcowing Lakes at Booralaming on Sunday, killing the men aged in their 50s and 70s.
A court appeal against a landmark legal victory by traditional owners halting drilling at a massive Northern Territory gas project is likely to be heard next month.The Federal Court on Monday granted the expedited hearing after the same court last month found the offshore gas regulator shouldn't have approved environmental plans to drill in the Barossa gas field, 265km northwest of Darwin.
A national anti-corruption commission could hold virtually all of its hearings behind closed doors if a bold proposal is adopted.The Liberal-National coalition will push for further safeguards to prevent public hearings under the proposed anti-corruption watchdog.
The remains of about 64 Indigenous New Zealanders stolen in the 19th century have been sent back to New Zealand from Austria after more than 70 years of negotiations.Hundreds of people gathered for a ceremony at the country's national museum, Te Papa, in Wellington, to witness a procession as the remains were carried in white boxes, placed on a stage and covered with straw blankets and fur.
1 million customers have had their ID documents exposed after the massive data breach.In a statement released on Monday afternoon, the telco confirmed the stolen data did not contain valid or current document ID numbers for about 7.
The heart-shaped Lake Eyre Basin covers about one-sixth of Australia. It contains one of the few remaining pristine river systems in the world. But new research shows oil and gas activity is extending its tentacles into these fragile environments. Its wells, pads, roads and dams threaten to change water flows and pollute this magnificent ecosystem. The study, by myself and colleague Amy Walburn, investigated current and future oil and gas production and exploration on the floodplains of the Lake