Mini Robotic Vacuum Cleaner Compact Dusting Function for Laminate Tile Flooring was £99.99 now £39.99 @ Maplin - HotUKDeals
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Mini Robotic Vacuum Cleaner Compact Dusting Function for Laminate Tile Flooring was £99.99 now £39.99 @ Maplin

£39.99 @ Maplin
Mini Robotic Vacuum Cleaner Compact design, compliments a full sized vacuum perfectly Two side brushes and dusting function Ideal for use on laminate, tile and vinyl flooring Inbuilt motio… Read More
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6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
Mini Robotic Vacuum Cleaner

Compact design, compliments a full sized vacuum perfectly

Two side brushes and dusting function

Ideal for use on laminate, tile and vinyl flooring

Inbuilt motion sensors Low noise, less than 65 dB(A)

Easy to clean and maintain

Powered by included rechargeable battery
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#1
An excellent price reduction, but I can imagine and deduce its effectiveness. :/
2 Likes #2
it says was £69 not £99
#3
perfect for my new built kitchen
#4
#5
I've got this and it is surprisingly good on wooden floors. definitely worth £40.
#6
Heat added,

What the heck. I have laminate and tile floors downstairs and I am a lazy so and so. Lets give it a go.
#7
I've purchased one, thanks Sparks. If it picks up dog hair it'll be worth its weight in gold!
#8
squiff
I've purchased one, thanks Sparks. If it picks up dog hair it'll be worth its weight in gold!


No problem, I hope it works for you :)
2 Likes #9
Mine does up and down the stairs and everything!
#10
my wife purchased one and we found it rubbish. pushes dirt and fluff around rather than sucking up. wouldn't recommend
#11
Does this charge itself up?
3 Likes #12
silverred
Does this charge itself up?


yes if you plug it in.
1 Like #13
yes if you plug it in.
#14
its that price for a reason, its rubbish.
#15
ok we know it's rubbish that's its purpose picking up rubbish.


Edited By: Pspvita on Dec 27, 2016 23:13: update
#16
Pspvita
ok we know it's rubbish that's its purpose picking up rubbish.



Funny guy!
#17
Pspvita
silverred
Does this charge itself up?


yes if you plug it in.


Gee thanks. I meant does it drive back to charge itself. seems it doesn't though.
#18
These are terrible. Battery life is appalling, need to plug it in manually, doesn't do carpets, or anything with the slightest bit of resistance.

I also got mine for £36 (40, but 10% student discount) from maplins about 2 years ago, and it was the standard price.
1 Like #19
picked one up today - works really well on the hard wood floor, even got under the fridge / washing machine..

No good on carpets, but not bad for £40
#20
Gentatsu
These are terrible. Battery life is appalling, need to plug it in manually, doesn't do carpets, or anything with the slightest bit of resistance.
I also got mine for £36 (40, but 10% student discount) from maplins about 2 years ago, and it was the standard price.

How do you plug something in UNmanually, and if it's as bad as you claim, why didn't you send it back?

Edited By: squiff on Dec 28, 2016 20:42
#21
this is no dyson, I bought one with the intention of just using it for a robotics platform, but was impressed at how well it works given the price. if you've got £200 for proper one then get that, if not then go for it, it's better than a £40 robot vacuum should be.
#22
squiff
Gentatsu
These are terrible. Battery life is appalling, need to plug it in manually, doesn't do carpets, or anything with the slightest bit of resistance.
I also got mine for £36 (40, but 10% student discount) from maplins about 2 years ago, and it was the standard price.
How do you plug something in UNmanually, and if it's as bad as you claim, why didn't you send it back?

A couple of people were bickering in the comments about whether or not it did it automatically. Might as well explicitly say it.

I did send it back. This is a complete waste of money.
#23
Narfette
picked one up today - works really well on the hard wood floor, even got under the fridge / washing machine..

No good on carpets, but not bad for £40


Sounds good. Mines coming today so will test it out
#24
For anyone who hasn't got one of these. It is well worth £40. Picks up so much. Does also do carpet. I took the mop off and finds it doesn't get stuck as much. Well impressed!
#25
Sparks11
squiff
I've purchased one, thanks Sparks. If it picks up dog hair it'll be worth its weight in gold!
No problem, I hope it works for you :)

It does. It's remarkably good for 40 quid! It takes a while to do one room but it beats getting the big heavy vacuum out every day. It does pick up dog hair but you have to be careful that the dust bin doesn't get full and the inlet hole doesn't get clogged. I recommend using it every day if you have moulting pets so that fur doesn't build up too much. It seems to go in completely random directions after it bumps into furniture so there's no method to its cleaning, but hey, for under £40, it's a steal.

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