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Buy a robot vacuum and mop for $130 with this Lefant deal on Amazon

NextPit Lefant F1 2
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If you are looking for a robot vacuum and mop, then this might be your chance! The Lefant F1 is currently discounted by $120 (40%) and costs just $179.99 on Amazon. An additional $50 discount coupon brings the price down to $129.99. Here at NextPit, we recently had our hands-on with the device, so keep on reading to find out if the Lefant F1 is the right one for you! 


  • The Lefant F1 is available on Amazon for a total of $129.99.
  • In addition to a 40% discount, there's a $50 coupon available on Amazon
  • The Lefant F1 is vacuums and mops the floor and has a good battery life
  • The mopping feature is very basic, and unfortunately there's no mapping features

The Lefant F1 made its appearance in our offices last year, and we had our chance to play around with the device. In general we can say that regardless of its minor caveats we were mostly satisfied by it.

Now, here at NextPit, our deal-hunting hounds have sniffed out a discount on Amazon for the affordable robot vacuum! From an original price of $299.99, the Lefant F1 has temporarily dropped to $129.99 – you save 57%! 

To get the total discount, all you need to do is click on the coupon discount button and place the item in your cart. The coupon will then give you an additional $50 discount during checkout! Be mindful though; this deal is of very limited time – only 14:00 hours left at the time of writing.

Lefant F1 Robot Vacuum Cleaner

Why buy the Lefant F1

NextPit Lefant F1 7
It never stops swiping / © NextPit

If you own pets -like our deal-hunting hounds- or regularly wear shoes inside the house, dust, hairs and dirt needs to be cleaned often. In similar situations, a vacuum robot will empty your hands. The Lefant F1 may not be a total replacement for the traditional vacuum cleaner, but it can help you clean the floors less often.

As my colleague Stefan pointed out in his hands-on, the Lefant F1 "is definitely a fascinating vacuum robot, which convinces us especially with its large dust tank and the strong suction power." So if you are on the lookout for an introduction to the vacuum robot world, then this one might be ideal for you.

But you should also be aware of its caveats. While the Wi-Fi setup may be annoying, the biggest minus is that the F1 does not have advanced mapping features. Every time you reset it, it forgets everything and needs to start over. This also means that you can't specify areas that you do not want it to clean. For that, you will have to close a door or use the barrier that's included in the box. Also the mopping feature is very basic.

But honestly, especially at the discounted price, anything else would be too much to ask! 

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Picture Lefant F1
  • Pleasantly quiet when vacuuming.
  • Large dust container.
  • Two cleaning brushes.
  • Strong battery life.
  • Annoying Wi-Fi requirements for setup.
  • No mapping function.
  • Susceptible to obstacles.
  • Wipe function "light".
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Are you interested in robot vacuum cleaners? Did you like this deal? Let me know in the comments!  

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Zois Bekios Zannikos

Zois Bekios Zannikos
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Gamer and Tech enthusiast with an affinity for all things scientific. When i am not writing here on NextPit you'll find me arguing with strangers on Facebook. Too young for a Millenial, too old for Gen Z.

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