Ecovacs DEEBOT 500 Robot Vacuum Cleaner with Max Power Suction, Up to 110 min Runtime, Hard Floors & Carpets, Pet Hair, App Controls, Self-Charging, Quiet, Large, Black, 8 Each

Model NameDEEBOT 500
Surface RecommendationHard Floor
Special FeatureWorks with Alexa, Up to 110 Min. Runtime, Remote Control, Max Mode (2x) Suction Power, 520 mL Dustbin, Scheduled CleaningWorks with Alexa, Up to 110 Min. Ru…
Product Dimensions12.9'L x 12.9'W x 3.07'H
  • READY FOR ANY MESS: Equipped with 2 side brushes and a main brush, DEEBOT will sweep, lift, and vacuum to clean an entire floor (Auto mode), a small area (Spot mode), or the edge of your floor (Edge mode)
  • VOICE & APP CONTROLS: Works with Alexa & Google Assistant voice commands. ECOVACS Smart App comes with 5 plus advanced features including direct control, scheduling, status updates, cleaning modes, accessories status, etc.
  • MAX MODE POWER: Increase suction power by up to 2X for particularly troublesome messes. Noise Level (dB.)(Standard/ Max, Intensive) – 65.6. Dust Bin Capacity (ml) – 520
  • UP TO 110 MINUTE RUNTIME: A longer battery life for even more cleaning. Auto-return & charging means your robot will always be ready to clean
  • BASIC FEATURES: Includes anti-drop & anti-collision sensors, auto-return charging, automatic software update, durable protective bumpers, high-efficiency filter, anti-scratch finish, a large easy-to-empty dustbin, large wheels for climbing thresholds, etc.
  • Standard 1-Year. Comes with (1) charging dock, (2) dual-length side brushes, (1) high efficiency air filter, (1) remote control with battery, (1) cleaning tool, Customer Support
  • 520ML DUSTBIN: A large dustbin ensures DEEBOT is able to clean large homes and is great for pet hair
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Device detailed description

ECOVACS DEEBOT 500 Vacuum Cleaner takes care of vacuuming so you don’t have to. Three cleaning modes and scheduling accessible from the ECOVACS Home App ensures an effortless, thorough clean while you do things you really love. Its low sound level allows you to have conversations or watch TV while it cleans. Max Mode doubles suction power to better clean your hard floors and carpets of dirt and dust when needed. The 520ml dustbin allows DEEBOT 500 to take full advantage of 110 minutes of runtime. DEEBOT comes with a 1 year warranty. Remove protective white foams from front bumpers before use, and move cables and items that could be on the floor out of the way to avoid entanglement. When the job is complete or DEEBOT is low on battery, it will return to its dock to charge for the next cleaning. With Alexa and Google Assistant compatibility, utilize voice commands such as “Alexa, ask DEEBOT to start cleaning”. DEEBOT 500 also comes with an easy to use remote control.

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1 year manufacturer.

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12.9 x 12.9 x 3.07 inches

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Main Brush, Side Brushes, Charger, Air Filter, Robot

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Frequently asked question

Does it clean pet hair well?

Yes. I have a Great Pyrenees who sheds CONSTANTLY - and that hair is LONG (average strands are about four inches. It cleans it very well, but about every one or two weeks I have to take scissors to the main brush so it can roll and pick up better. This only takes a minute and I really don’t mind. I do need to empty t… see more Yes. I have a Great Pyrenees who sheds CONSTANTLY - and that hair is LONG (average strands are about four inches. It cleans it very well, but about every one or two weeks I have to take scissors to the main brush so it can roll and pick up better. This only takes a minute and I really don’t mind. I do need to empty the tray every day or every other day.

The robot usually keeps bumping into the wall. The front bumper does not work well. Any advice?

Please make sure to remove the protective white foams from the bumpers on your DEEBOT before using it.

How would the vacuum be affected by a wet puddle like cat vomit?

It would probably drive right over the wet puddle and smear the cat vomit on the floor as it continues to vacuum.

I have a shag rug on my hardwood floor, will it stay off of it or try to get on and get stuck?

It will try to climb onto the shag carpet and vacuum it.



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  • Anonymous

    Very pleased with only one set back

    My old roommate had an ecovacs at our old apartment, now that I’ve moved out to my own place the first thing I did was buy an ecovacs of my own. Its become an essential part of my home, I love being able to notice dust or dirt that got dragged in and not have to lug out a vacuum cleaner to clean it.
    The noise level is very reasonable and I dont have to blast the TV volume or put on subtitles when the device runs.
    The product does its job very well, and the proof is in the dustbin. Even if you run the device daily, it will always pick up enough dust and dirt to fill the dustbin after 1-2 cleaning sessions. Im always left astonished as to how much dust/dirt is constantly in my (seemingly) clean home that you dont see. Dustbin removal is quick and easy and once you get the hang of it, there should be 0 mess left behind.
    The app feature is an added bonus, if you’re out and know you’ll be having guests over when you return, you can turn on the device from anywhere. Obviously if the device gets stuck you cant fix that like you would if you were home, but the app sends a notification to alert you that the device is stuck. I find this particularly useful when I’m working from home, sometimes you dont realize it or here the device beeping, the notification lets you keep an eye on the device without having to physically watch it.
    The only negative I can say about this device is that it fails miserably to pick up Black objects in front of it, and will crash into them every time without fail. The legs of my coffee table/end tables are black, and I’ve had my downstairs neighbors complain that they keep hearing banging coming from upstairs when the device bangs into the legs of the furniture. Ive noticed the lighter objects color is, the better the sensor work towards noticing it. Very light colors like my walls, the device picks up with ease and slows well before it reaches them. The darker the object, the longer it takes for it to be picked up, for example my wooden furniture has a darker shade of brown, and the device slows down much closer to it than it would for light objects, occasionally tapping it but not with enough force to cause a bang. Black objects will be hit with full force every time and cause a bang. Ive been forced to put pieces of paper over the legs of my furniture so the device doesnt slam into them until I can find a more aesthetically pleasing alternative that doesnt make the furniture look ugly.
    I would highly recommend this product to anyone, but be mindful of the color of your furniture!

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  • Anonymous

    Survived cat food incident

    This is my third robotic vacuum and I’ve used it for about 2 months now. The previous vacuums were Roombas (back when I had the money for one), so that’s going to be my comparison.
    – MUCH cheaper than the Roombas.
    – MUCH more quiet than the Roombas.
    – Relatively good at cleaning the floor. I believe the Roombas did a better job, but I ran those on a schedule every day. The Deebot I don’t run every day (see Cons for explanation), so it’s not really a fair comparison.
    – This vacuum survived the ‘cat food incident’ (explained later).
    – For my home, you have to babysit this vacuum. It’s not a ‘set it and forget it’ device like the Roombas I’ve had in the past. The most annoying thing about this product is it gets hung up on the smallest bumps and transitions. I run the vacuum mostly downstairs on laminate flooring. It gets hung up on the fireplace transition and the transitions between rooms (laundry area, bathroom, and kitchen). I now close the doors to the laundry and bathroom every time I run the Deebot. The 2 hours that it runs, I have to ‘save’ it from the fireplace and kitchen transitions anywhere from 4-10 times. SUPER ANNOYING!
    – As others have said, it’s not very smart and does not map. It will vacuum the same area ten times and leave several other areas untouched. You get what you pay for, I believe a more expensive version of this vacuum has mapping. This vacuum is more quantity than quality, if you run it frequently, it will eventually vacuum every spot.
    – Compared to the Roomba, the dust bin is not great. It’s smaller and much more difficult to empty and clean. I believe this is going to be an issue down the road.
    – As others have stated, it doesn’t always find it’s base again. I don’t really find this to be a big deal because–as stated before–I babysit the machine while it’s running. If it stops someplace else, I simply pick it up, empty the dustbin, and return it to it’s base. If you are running the vacuum on schedule, this is going to be more of a problem. You have to empty the dustbin on a regular basis anyway, so make it part of your routine to do that and return it to it’s base.
    Now for a short story about the cat food incident… I have two cats and we feed them moist cat food in the evening. I put the food in soup bowls, the vacuum pushes the bowls around the kitchen–no harm, no foul. Except one night my son put the cat food on little plates. I heard the usual noises of the vacuum pushing the cat food ‘bowls’ around, heard a few other odds noises, but I pushed it out of the realm of possibility that there was a problem. It wasn’t until about 30-45 minutes later that it dawned on me that things didn’t sound right. I went downstairs to find the vacuum running, but oddly the cat’s had already eaten all of their wet food. Or so I initially thought. Then it slowly dawned on me that the vacuum had run over the plates, sucked up some of the food, and flung the rest E-V-E-R-Y-W-H-E-R-E…. There was wet cat food all over the baseboards, 2 feet up the walls and cabinets, and the thinnest layer of cat food spread all over the tile floor. I spent the next 2 hours cleaning cat food off my kitchen and out of the vacuum, which was covered inside and out as well. I cleaned it, let it dry over night, and the next day knocked out any remaining bits that I couldn’t reach the night before. I have a little post-traumatic stress after the ordeal, but the vacuum survived, so that’s a plus in my book.
    All in all, for the money, I believe it was a good purchase, even with the listed cons. I’m not in the position to shell out the money for a Roomba nowadays, I’m a single, working mom so–for the price–it’s been a good purchase and helped me get one major thing off my ‘to do’ list.

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