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VILEDA Li-Ion Rechargeable ViRobi Robotic Duster £19.99 at Lidl

£19.99 @ LIDL
From 20/10/16 at Lidl-----VILEDA Li-Ion Rechargeable ViRobi Robotic Duster £19.99 Autonomously navigates its way throughout your home, thoroughly cleaning under furniture and in corners on all type… Read More
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From 20/10/16 at Lidl-----VILEDA Li-Ion Rechargeable ViRobi Robotic Duster
£19.99
Autonomously navigates its way throughout your home, thoroughly cleaning under furniture and in corners on all types of hard flooring
Ideal for animal hair – with electrostatic cleaning power that attracts dirt to a disposable pad
With a 30min or 2h cleaning program
Includes 3 disposable cleaning pads
Size (cm): Ø29 x H4.5
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#1
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1 Like #2
Nice! :) Will go have a look for this today. Well worth a punt at £20
1 Like #3
Just noticed the date.. will look tomorrow X)
#4
can this do the stairs
19 Likes #5
xstevo99
can this do the stairs


yes, will also dust window ledges and mantelpieces. it even moves the best china out the way and pimuts it back.
#6
has anyone actually used one of these? I am intrigued by these gadgets and I often like to give them a go, especially at £20. We have hard flooring throughout our kitchen, diner and hallway and we have a dog and a two year old.............
#7
Had one, used it once and had enough. Just moved dust around the floor and gets stuck under furniture constantly
3 Likes #8
Agree, get stuck, ok if you have a completely clear floor, unlikely. Plus dont forget you need the replacement cleaning discs (paper-ish discs). B&Q cleared these out a couple of years ago about £15, pads 50p. Use mine in the kitchen occasionally as it has few places it can get trapped. My advice, do not buy. Its a dust collector allright
2 Likes #9
Had one and took it back, terrible piece of kit
10 Likes #10
I had something similar, was ok but not great, plus a degree of faff about it. Also put up with a steam mop for nearly a year. Again, much faffing.
Then my mum, who is not the sort of person who normally keeps up with the latest technology advances showed me two new gadgets: a mop and a broom. Amazing! Totally changed everything. So fast - sweeping everything big or tiny in seconds - and mopping the floor takes no time. No more faffing, charging, emptying, swapping, waiting. Now I want the floor swept or cleaned it just grab, go, done. These are available everywhere now, I see.
1 Like #11
how much are the disposable pads, cant they be washed?
6 Likes #12
is this strong enough to hold a cat?
preferably one in a costume?
#13
having owned something similar at a similar price, i can almost guarantee this will be crap. the one I had didnt picl up all the dirt and you had to dtamd watching it to make sure it didn't get stuck. dont waste your money.
1 Like #14
brilly
is this strong enough to hold a cat?
preferably one in a costume?
depends how much the cat love to eat and sleep
1 Like #15
Remember they only "dust" with the pads, they do NOT vacuum up at all oO
1 Like #16
Bilk
Had one and took it back, terrible piece of kit
Ditto! Don't waste your time and money!
#17
I think I'll just retain my housekeeper and cleaner. X)
banned#18
these were £100 a few years ago.
any good ??
#19
sofiasar
these were £100 a few years ago.
any good ??

No kid, these are just a duster, not a robotic vacuum cleaner. Those are still pricey
#20
We tried a vacuum liked this and sent it back. It couldn't cope with a reasonable size of carpet pile. As these only dust they may be OK but I would think the old ways of a mop, brush and duster would be quicker and better - and not such a waste of money.
1 Like #21
ssc1
how much are the disposable pads, cant they be washed?
I dont know current price, but single use paper disk, could turn it over I suppose, but it really is just a duster, not a cleaner.
#22
SuperMariosDad
Nice! :) Will go have a look for this today. Well worth a punt at £20
No it isnt.
1 Like #23
ssc1
how much are the disposable pads, cant they be washed?

About £7 for 20. They are effectively round wipes.

Available from Amazon

Edited By: Gollywood on Oct 19, 2016 18:25: Get Stuffed
#24
This'll work great in my feng shui open plan wood floored loft apartment. oh wait, I live in a small messy terrace house.
#25
I have one of these. Works ok with pet hair on laminate flooring. Pretty useless for anything else. It's been unused now for about 12 months.

Novelty at best
#26
Do these fit under the sink okay with the sandwich toaster, panini press, teriyaki grill and nutri bomb?
#27
Get a flat floor mop, moisten the cloth, run around the edges of the room.
30 seconds tops once a week

all the dust collects at the edges, no real need to do the whole room unless you have kids or drool a lot
#28
rubbish just bounces around randomly.

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