Extra Value M-288 Robot Vacuum Cleaner - £44.95 @ ebuyer

Extra Value M-288 Robot Vacuum Cleaner - £44.95 @ ebuyer

Found 2nd Nov 2007
First post, plz be soft.

Extra Value M-288 Robot Vacuum Cleaner

Just press the button and let this intelligent Robot Vacumm Cleaner Clean any room you want!


Stair Avoidance Detector:
With this detector the machine wont fall down from platforms or stairs it just stops, changes direction and carries on cleaning!!.

Non-Marring Bumper:
When the machine comes across a barrier it rebounds and changes direction accordingly and still carries on cleaning !

Virtual Wall Detector:
With this detector the machine wont travel over the virtual wall, it just changes direction!


Adapter: AC/DC: 230V 50HZ
Adapter Input Voltage: 18V DC/400MA
Voltage of Battery : 14.4V (12pcs 1.2V Ni-Cd batteries)
Unit average power : 19W~ 25W
Suction Power : 2.4W
Dust Capacity: 0.25L
Battery Capacity: 1000mA
Charge Time: 4-5 hrs
Working Time:45-60 minutes
Product Size: 34x6cm
Accessories: Virtual wall unit, batteries charger, rechargeable battery pack spoons, side brush and operation manual
Community Updates
Do these widgets actually manage to suck up anything? 25W compared to you usually 1600W seems a bit low??
Was just thinking what a bargain this was at that price, but agree with Picard, the wattage does seem a bit low!

Be interested to hear from anyone who has one of these!

Some good feedback actually!


Shame they don't have the version that returns to the charging station etc

BTW this will only be £34.95 with the £10 google checkout off it!
How is this one compared to iRobot's Roomba?

Some good feedback actually!

never believe ebuyer reviews
They remove almost all reviews that only give products 1 or 2 stars.
I once bought a TV that had a fault and left a bad review. Many others who purchased one must of had the same problem and left 1 star reviews. ebuyer kept removing them every couple of hours.

I’ve notice product reviews that have only given an item 1 or 2 stars mysteriously disappear on many occasions.
wahoo, first came the microwave, now an automatic hoover, il soon be able to dump the OH and fend for myself :-D
Looks like a good review here


Seems to be not great at getting in corners, but generally a nice light use hoover for the money, with character to boot. Gonna order one I think as the missus has back trouble and I have hoovering trouble :giggle:
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