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Is it sold direct from amazon I wanted to use my promo credit
19DembaBa1914/07/2019 01:40

Is it sold direct from amazon I wanted to use my promo credit


No, from Anker I'm afraid
So many reviews saying their unit died after 13-15 months
I know this is another ‘time machine’ comment but I paid less than this for the upgraded S model several months back, so I’d hold off, it will no doubt go further down in price or better models will eventually be reduced again to around the same price. Prime day hype trying to flog older stock.
Edited by: "Ensignvorik" 14th Jul
MoneyEyes14/07/2019 06:31

So many reviews saying their unit died after 13-15 months



some will be from people that did not follow the cleaning/maintanance of the machine

that said, 1000Pa powerful suction, is pants
Edited by: "psmith1958" 14th Jul
Often wonder how these machines vacuum in the corners?
dsmsli14/07/2019 09:10

Often wonder how these machines vacuum in the corners?


We just got a roomba and the way it does it is using a little spinning brush!
dsmsli14/07/2019 09:10

Often wonder how these machines vacuum in the corners?


The brushes on the front curved sections get to them. So as it turns in the corner the brushes are getting right into it. Similar to how a street cleaner works that you see on the roads.
Edited by: "Ensignvorik" 14th Jul
I've one of these units, and it operates several times a day.

Surprised just how much this continues to pick up dust, etc. It's not got huge suction power, but given the amount of times it goes over the same areas, it does a good enough job, as can be evidenced by how frequently you empty it.

Together with saving my time doing the hovering, it pays for itself pretty quickly I'd say, which is the way I look at it. And yes, I got this model few months ago when it was circa £130, so maybe worth holding off or looking around.
The 15C Max (I think) looks pretty good, comes with the app as well. Like to know what it is doing when away
Where is it for that price? I can only see it listed for £209?
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