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This looks like my trusty euffy that I’ve had for a couple of years. Brilliant for under £100!


Liberate Your LifeA Clean Home at the Click of a ButtonLiberate your life from endless cleaning with this innovative, intelligent robot vacuum cleaner. It combines cutting-edge technology with clever design to provide the ultimate in convenience cleaning.

Innovative DesignThis marvel of modern technology is jam-packed with ingenious features. It has four in-built sensors on the bottom to avoid falls, and anti-collision sensors to prevent scuffing furniture and walls. And, it's not just a vacuum either. The detachable mopping accessory makes it easy to comprehensively clean your floors without lifting a finger.


Innovative, Intelligent Design
  • For hard floors and thin carpets
  • NI-MH 14.4V rechargeable battery
  • Double filtration (HEPA + primary filter)
  • 4 cleaning modes: Auto/Spot/Edge/Zigzag
  • Remote control distance: 3-5 m. Anti-fall design. Climbs small rises
  • Noise level: 62 db. Cup capacity: 0.35 L. Net weight: 2.8 kg. Dimensions: 295 x 79 mm (D x H)
  • Battery voltage: 14.4 V. Rated power: 18 W
  • Cleaning speed: 30cm/sec. Charging time: 180 minutes. Max working time per charge: 80 mins

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One Machine with Four ModesWith four unique modes to choose from, you can easily customize how your vacuum cleans. Select auto-cleaning mode for an all-round approach, edge to tackle sideboards and corners, spot to tidy up odds and ends, or zigzag for a more methodical clean. Whichever you choose, the removable, washable dual-side brushes will make short work of any mess. And for those with pets, the roll-brush-free design means no tangled hair or fur.

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Access All AreasDesigned for both hard floors and thin carpets, this vacuum can clean your entire home. It has a low-profile and compact design, so it can easily vacuum underneath and around furniture, and powerful wheels to climb low obstacles like rugs. In the unlikely event it does get stuck, the unit automatically shuts down after 15 minutes to preserve battery life.

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At the Click of a FingerControl your robot vacuum cleaner at the click of a finger, thanks to the one-button-to-start remote control system. Once it's going, there's no stopping it. It cleans up to 30 cm per second, speeding through your home like a dust-seeking missile. And there's no need to worry about battery life; when it's low on charge, the vacuum will automatically return to its charging base.

Features & details
  • Clean your home without lifting a finger
  • One machine with 5 cleaning modes
  • Powerful wheels to overcome obstacles
  • Simple to use remote control system with one-button start
  • Compact design for complete cleaning access
  • Only 7.9 cm thick to fit easily under sofas
  • Returns to charge automatically
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Amazon are really getting into just about every market these days lol
jaydeeuk115/09/2019 00:08

Decent price for s starter robot. Will be frustrating watching it miss a …Decent price for s starter robot. Will be frustrating watching it miss a patch and not finding the docking station if it's more than 2 rooms away. You'll probably want to upgrade to a neato or Xiaomi with lidar room mapping if you don't live in a 1 bed flat. Twice the price but several times better imo.Edit, not a fan if these HK sites but it's a decent price at £200ishhttps://m.geekbuying.com/item/Xiaomi-Mi-Robot-Vacuum-Cleaner-Robot---White-372010.html?Currency=GBP&source=googleads&la=en&dv=m&pt=1o15&ty=pla&gclid=Cj0KCQjwn_LrBRD4ARIsAFEQFKsgyn8v4eXD35q3fUf375-X7k8svP4aqI7W8o7YFVQtp9f8_m6JKPoaArUKEALw_wcBCompare video of it to a bog standard £150 one and you'll see what I mean


Agree 100% I have had a few of the cheaper ones and they are to be honest a bit pointless. You have to run around after them making sure they don't go under things like the TV cabinet so they don't chew wires.

They just randomly move all over the house bumping into things, and going places you don't want it to. even when its done a full clean it will have missed spots all over as it doesn't 'know' which bits it has done.
I returned mine and now have the 360 s5 (Paid about £220) and the difference if absolutely huge between the two. It has full laser mapping and stores room layouts. so you can block off areas you don't want it to go (Under the TV, Under dressing tables and so on) and it will remember for next time. Also as it uses lasers to map out the room it can intelligently clean them and does so in a 'S' / snake pattern making sure it covers all areas. Soon as its done it will return to the charger.
I would say its well worth the extra investment. It has not replaced my main vacuum. One of these will not
Here is an example of what a mapping robot looks like. Here is my bedroom (it's actually devided it into two rooms, which works better downstairs)

As you can see I have blocked off certain areas like under the TV. Or under my bedside tables so it doesnt try to get to the wires there. You can also see the last 'route' it took, making sure all areas are covered. The Amazon / eufy will just bounce around aimlessly untill it 'thinks' it's finished.

Edit: you also have the ability to tell it to just do one room. So I could be sat in the living room and tell it to just do the kitchen
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Amazon are really getting into just about every market these days lol
Fab price... now where have I seen this £95 amazon "design" one.. for £182!!!
Darkraiser14/09/2019 23:16

Amazon are really getting into just about every market these days lol


Didn't you realise they are a tech company that just happens to sell stuff sometimes as well?
Check out the review from 'Christian'. He uploaded a video and the thing hilariously moves around like a drunk person bashing into everything. He still gave it a high score...
Prosamuraiman14/09/2019 23:51

Check out the review from 'Christian'. He uploaded a video and the thing …Check out the review from 'Christian'. He uploaded a video and the thing hilariously moves around like a drunk person bashing into everything. He still gave it a high score...


Sounds about right, while mine does touch furniture etc, I wouldn’t say it bashes in to things but it does give the occasional gentle tap and bounces around the room in no set manner. A bit like a ball bouncing from surface to surface, depending on what program it’s on. However it typically covers the entire floor space at least once. Works for me way too busy to hoover every day.
Decent price for s starter robot. Will be frustrating watching it miss a patch and not finding the docking station if it's more than 2 rooms away. You'll probably want to upgrade to a neato or Xiaomi with lidar room mapping if you don't live in a 1 bed flat. Twice the price but several times better imo.

Edit, not a fan if these HK sites but it's a decent price at £200ish

m.geekbuying.com/ite…wcB

Compare video of it to a bog standard £150 one and you'll see what I mean
Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 15th Sep
jaydeeuk115/09/2019 00:08

Decent price for s starter robot. Will be frustrating watching it miss a …Decent price for s starter robot. Will be frustrating watching it miss a patch and not finding the docking station if it's more than 2 rooms away. You'll probably want to upgrade to a nesto or Xiaomi with lidar room mapping if you don't live in a 1 bed flat. Twice the price but several times better imo.


Admittedly mine only does downstairs, don’t think any of them can climb stairs though. Always finds its dock
jayhutton1014/09/2019 23:46

Didn't you realise they are a tech company that just happens to sell stuff …Didn't you realise they are a tech company that just happens to sell stuff sometimes as well?


Not sure I'd agree with that. They started off as an online bookseller!
paully15/09/2019 07:06

Not sure I'd agree with that. They started off as an online bookseller!


Might have started there but amazon Web services and amazon robotics are big business for them. Along with video streaming, music streaming, text streaming etc...
The data centre part of amazon is enormous and something not many people know/care about
I think if you just want something to clean up dust, light stuff etc from your hard floors and thin carpets in-between your usual vacuuming e.g when you are at work then this will do the job. Anyone expecting this to replace a manual vacuum cleaner is in for disappointment. The best vaccums re suction power are mains powered although battery technology is catching up. I have a battery powered Dyson and Bosch lawnmower which are excellent. I am tempted to get this both from keeping my hardfloors dust free and because of an interest in robotics.
jaydeeuk115/09/2019 00:08

Decent price for s starter robot. Will be frustrating watching it miss a …Decent price for s starter robot. Will be frustrating watching it miss a patch and not finding the docking station if it's more than 2 rooms away. You'll probably want to upgrade to a neato or Xiaomi with lidar room mapping if you don't live in a 1 bed flat. Twice the price but several times better imo.Edit, not a fan if these HK sites but it's a decent price at £200ishhttps://m.geekbuying.com/item/Xiaomi-Mi-Robot-Vacuum-Cleaner-Robot---White-372010.html?Currency=GBP&source=googleads&la=en&dv=m&pt=1o15&ty=pla&gclid=Cj0KCQjwn_LrBRD4ARIsAFEQFKsgyn8v4eXD35q3fUf375-X7k8svP4aqI7W8o7YFVQtp9f8_m6JKPoaArUKEALw_wcBCompare video of it to a bog standard £150 one and you'll see what I mean


Agree 100% I have had a few of the cheaper ones and they are to be honest a bit pointless. You have to run around after them making sure they don't go under things like the TV cabinet so they don't chew wires.

They just randomly move all over the house bumping into things, and going places you don't want it to. even when its done a full clean it will have missed spots all over as it doesn't 'know' which bits it has done.
I returned mine and now have the 360 s5 (Paid about £220) and the difference if absolutely huge between the two. It has full laser mapping and stores room layouts. so you can block off areas you don't want it to go (Under the TV, Under dressing tables and so on) and it will remember for next time. Also as it uses lasers to map out the room it can intelligently clean them and does so in a 'S' / snake pattern making sure it covers all areas. Soon as its done it will return to the charger.
I would say its well worth the extra investment. It has not replaced my main vacuum. One of these will not
800pa is pretty poor vs the 1500pa that Rudy offers and goes down to £140 sometimes, if it is actually double the suction that seems worth it if your using it on carpet
These cheap robots are giving home automation a bad name. You need to spend a bit currently for a decent robotic vacuum.
"NI-MH" - well that reveals its vintage.
lidds15/09/2019 08:22

Agree 100% I have had a few of the cheaper ones and they are to be honest …Agree 100% I have had a few of the cheaper ones and they are to be honest a bit pointless. You have to run around after them making sure they don't go under things like the TV cabinet so they don't chew wires.They just randomly move all over the house bumping into things, and going places you don't want it to. even when its done a full clean it will have missed spots all over as it doesn't 'know' which bits it has done.I returned mine and now have the 360 s5 (Paid about £220) and the difference if absolutely huge between the two. It has full laser mapping and stores room layouts. so you can block off areas you don't want it to go (Under the TV, Under dressing tables and so on) and it will remember for next time. Also as it uses lasers to map out the room it can intelligently clean them and does so in a 'S' / snake pattern making sure it covers all areas. Soon as its done it will return to the charger.I would say its well worth the extra investment. It has not replaced my main vacuum. One of these will not


Are they also able to rediscover their docks if not sitting in the middle of a space the size of Heathrow Airport?
pibpob15/09/2019 10:49

Are they also able to rediscover their docks if not sitting in the middle …Are they also able to rediscover their docks if not sitting in the middle of a space the size of Heathrow Airport?


Finds it's dock downstairs every time. (It has a laser map of the house so just makes a beeline for it once done)
When I do my other floors it's trys to find the dock (you need the dock on its first run for each floor so it can remember the map) but after a while it just gives up and says it can't find it (which is true as I have the dock downstairs)
jamhops15/09/2019 09:04

800pa is pretty poor vs the 1500pa that Rudy offers and goes down to £140 …800pa is pretty poor vs the 1500pa that Rudy offers and goes down to £140 sometimes, if it is actually double the suction that seems worth it if your using it on carpet


Guess you mean Eufy? Even so they are still 'dumb' and don't have any mapping of the house for £60/70 more you can get ones that do laser napping and more importantly can store maps for next time. So you can set block off areas once, then never worry it's going to go somewhere you don't want
Here is an example of what a mapping robot looks like. Here is my bedroom (it's actually devided it into two rooms, which works better downstairs)

As you can see I have blocked off certain areas like under the TV. Or under my bedside tables so it doesnt try to get to the wires there. You can also see the last 'route' it took, making sure all areas are covered. The Amazon / eufy will just bounce around aimlessly untill it 'thinks' it's finished.

Edit: you also have the ability to tell it to just do one room. So I could be sat in the living room and tell it to just do the kitchen
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Edited by: "lidds" 15th Sep
Vistrix15/09/2019 09:47

These cheap robots are giving home automation a bad name. You need to …These cheap robots are giving home automation a bad name. You need to spend a bit currently for a decent robotic vacuum.


Can you give an example of one?
lidds15/09/2019 11:04

Guess you mean Eufy? Even so they are still 'dumb' and don't have any …Guess you mean Eufy? Even so they are still 'dumb' and don't have any mapping of the house for £60/70 more you can get ones that do laser napping and more importantly can store maps for next time. So you can set block off areas once, then never worry it's going to go somewhere you don't want


I did predictive is abit dumb... like the Eufy, do you mean £60/70 more than the amazon or the Eufy?
buyer10115/09/2019 11:41

Can you give an example of one?


Something like the Xiaomi Mijia. Mopping and vacuuming with full mapping functionality and lots of other features built in. It's not on offer though. m.gearbest.com/vac…BwE
Vistrix15/09/2019 18:14

Something like the Xiaomi Mijia. Mopping and vacuuming with full mapping …Something like the Xiaomi Mijia. Mopping and vacuuming with full mapping functionality and lots of other features built in. It's not on offer though. https://m.gearbest.com/vacuum-cleaners/pp_009487950353.html?wid=1433363&currency=GBP&vip=49389615&gclid=CjwKCAjwwvfrBRBIEiwA2nFiPZzJqlUJtHGTJw0tthip6lsqXU2iJVqBRCBGYRrfFk0uAghdDPjy7RoCSpkQAvD_BwE


What about import taxes ?
Slimlinex15/09/2019 18:38

What about import taxes ?


What about them? I'm not saying the price is good on this one but you get a quality product that actually does a good job.

Some of the cheap ones can barely pick up small crumbs.
pibpob15/09/2019 10:47

"NI-MH" - well that reveals its vintage.


probably has more dust on it than in it
Slimlinex15/09/2019 18:38

What about import taxes ?


There will be EU resellers and warehouses stocking it if that's a concern. That's a general buying-direct-from-china issue though and not something specific to the vacuum. I also recommend laser-mapping models over dumb 'ping-pong ball' models, which is why I bought the first gen Xiaomi vacuum a couple of years back.
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