Eufy Robovac Robot Vaccum - 30% off - £167.99 DotD Amazon
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Eufy Robovac Robot Vaccum - 30% off - £167.99 DotD Amazon

£167.99
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Found 13th JunMade hot 13th Jun
Amazon running a DotD on the Eufy Robovac reduced from £238.29 to £167.99.

1 day only as it's a DotD.

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We have one of these (bought at full price :'( ) - and it's great. Our house has never been so clean!

Looks like it might be time to bite .... wish me luck!

I have this and it's awesome and reliable. Love the auto docking feature. It can also step over things at height of 1.5cm and avoid falling down steps. There are also spare parts available at reasonable prices

Looks like it might be time to bite .... wish me luck!

Amazing product had since christmas at a higher price and well worth it.

Sceptical as demo a Dyson want which was hopeless at picking up easy dirt right in front of it

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Sceptical as demo a Dyson want which was hopeless at picking up easy dirt … Sceptical as demo a Dyson want which was hopeless at picking up easy dirt right in front of it



114 five star reviews though?

Somebody told me these suck

Are these any good on carpet floor?

Does anybody have any first hand comparison between this and any of the Roomba versions?

i live in small flat so not much good for me plus i like hooevring, its satisfying, tho wouldn't mind it for work, looks good

Is there a way to program/highlight the area to clean?

Does it work on carpet flooring?

I tried one of these a couple of months ago, but it didn't work out for me.

I have black tiles along with black & dark grey carpeting 20mm pile.

It couldn't cope with either of these well, often getting stuck for no apparent reason (though I assume the darkness of my flooring along with the thick pile of the carpet, as this is mentioned on the products website. I eventually went with the (much more expensive) Neato Connected, which surprisingly, copes with both the thick pile & black flooring.

The Neato also has a logic behind it. It skirts the outside of the room, then moves up and down to cover all the areas in between, then moves onto the next room. The Eufy just moved in random directions, though apparently, it does cover pretty much everywhere in the end.
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