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Aldi Special: Medion mopping robot £159.99 @ Aldi
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Aldi Special: Medion mopping robot £159.99 @ Aldi

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Posted 9th Feb

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The Medion MD 18999 is the same device as the iLife W400, so it appears that Medion simply rebadged the ilife product. You can buy the ilife for £329 currently at My Robot Center:
myrobotcenter.co.uk/en_…400
Or on Amazon for £680! (through third party sellers)

I have only seen the Medion for sale in the UK on Ebay, and is often priced at £125, but used.

I bought one, and have tested it, and confirm is works really well. Can mop ceramic tiles and hard wood floors, and can complete a 36 sq m job in about an hour, on a single charge.

Aldi offer a 3 year warranty as standard
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John_Atkin09/02/2020 11:48

Ffs buy a mop and bucket or a steam mop.


Using convenient technology to complain about people's use of convenient technology... OK
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Edited by: "H-otter" 9th Feb
Is this 100% a rebadge? Are consumables available? Thinking the soft mop and scraping bit... thanks
Ffs buy a mop and bucket or a steam mop.
Edited by: "John_Atkin" 9th Feb
John_Atkin09/02/2020 11:48

Ffs sake but a mop and bucket,whatever next.


No, not the same thing at all. With a mop and bucket you end up just spreading dirty water over the floor after a few minutes. This device works more like a carpet cleaner, spaying clean water down, scrubbing, and then vacuuming up the dirty water. The difference is noticeable.
t002209/02/2020 11:28

Is this 100% a rebadge? Are consumables available? Thinking the soft mop …Is this 100% a rebadge? Are consumables available? Thinking the soft mop and scraping bit... thanks


Yes the rollers and squegy are avaible on ebay and aliexpress: Just search for iLife W400 spares. Yes, it's the same device. Many have referenced it online, mostly in German. The manuals are the same, and the YouTube reviews for the iLife show it working identically to the Medion I own.
John_Atkin09/02/2020 11:48

Ffs buy a mop and bucket or a steam mop.


Using convenient technology to complain about people's use of convenient technology... OK
Might be a stupid question. Is this a robot mop or it can also be used as vacuum??
I'm still waiting to replace the wife with a robot.
paulyc1009/02/2020 15:28

I'm still waiting to replace the wife with a robot.


She still washing u then???
neiiilers09/02/2020 14:40

Might be a stupid question. Is this a robot mop or it can also be used as …Might be a stupid question. Is this a robot mop or it can also be used as vacuum??


Yes, it acts like a vacuum too, but can only be used on hard floors. Also, it won't start unless you fill the fresh water tank. So it vacuums while it mops only.
I'm still waiting for the female love robots
jsd7410/02/2020 08:12

I'm still waiting for the female love robots


When did you order them. Have you spoken to customer support?
Anyone know if it copes OK with tiles that have quite a rough surface (mine are stone effect tiles, no appreciable high/low areas but generally quite rough all over the surface of the tile). And can it work its way around the legs of a dining table?
jonno_groats10/02/2020 09:34

Anyone know if it copes OK with tiles that have quite a rough surface …Anyone know if it copes OK with tiles that have quite a rough surface (mine are stone effect tiles, no appreciable high/low areas but generally quite rough all over the surface of the tile). And can it work its way around the legs of a dining table?


I think a very rough surface might be a problem. It relies on a rubber blade to form a seal on the floor in order to vacuum up the dirty water. If you don't attach the blade then it leaves behind allot of dirty water and debris.
It does navigate around obsticles like table legs.
Does it avoid rugs? I'd love one of these but if I had to take up the rugs, that wouldn't work for me.
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