Hoover BH70700 Quest 700 Robotic Vacuum’s positive review score

Cleaning your home can be a bit of a pain at times, although for those that tend to keep on top of things and just need to get rid of small amounts of dirt or dust on the floor, then this is where those robotic vacuum cleaners come in handy.


With a growing range of these kind of cleaners on the market, it’s often tough to know which is best, although we are sure one of the main things you look for is the price, followed by its features and cleaning power.

One such model worth considering is the Hoover BH70700 Quest 700 Robotic Vacuum, with its Bluetooth connectivity and tri-clean system, which are paired with the questnav 2.0 technology to make certain it catches all of the first, dust and pet hair.

Amazon has some informative details on this very model, and also compares its features to other Quest models.

However, if it is a review you are after, then you should head over to Target, where customers of the retailer have left guest reviews. Overall, this model has a decent review score, with 4.5 out of 5 stars, although we presume this high rating is due to its low price of $350, although looks set to be reduced to $200, making it an even better deal.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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