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Roomba irobot 675 £199 @ My Robot Center
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Posted 27th Dec 2019Posted 27th Dec 2019
Robot vacuum cleaner to cut down on the hours hoovering! The old Roomba just gave up the ghost after 5 years of solid service. This looks like a great replacement at a great price.… Read more
richardgazzi

Anybody who ordered one of these had it delivered yet?

bigton3000

For this price mate these are meant to be the dogs to be fair I expect other people will provide these opinion.

ResveZ

How does this compare too the Xiaomi ones?

sefton74

Bought an iRobot m6 mop from these guys a couple of weeks ago. Service was great, received package in 2 days. I’d definitely use them again without hesitation.

bigton3000

This site rates them well Also use a protection if your that worried such as PayPal etc i think it's worth a go. https://www.trustedshops.co.uk/buyerrating/info_X6899035A28931C2D44D8CB3A85F2FF0E.html

deleted866853

thank you so much for your words of encouragement for me to go out there and source more deals. It's truly wonderful to get such great advice from a person who's saved the wonderful users on here a maximum cumulative total of 50pence and a gargantuan total of 3 deals

pasgun

Yeah okay big shot. I said guarantee because I knew the reply would be 'well I have so much more time to do this and that' just so he didn't have to say this machine is for lazy people. When you post a half-decent deal then you can talk.

deleted866853

If someone says "guarantee" in a sentence like you've just done always shows you can't trust them as they usually talk rubbish. And i reckon you always talk rubbish even if you say you don't

pasgun

Mate your mind is on another level.

CampGareth

As someone with a lot of free time because of the level of automation in my life (e.g. I don't vacuum, a machine does it for me) relaxing eventually gets boring so you start doing more interesting things, learning and challenging yourself. If you haven't found that yet take a look at your life. How many things do you do because you *have* to do them, like mowing the lawn, or going out to buy food?

Helpful567

[quote=Roger_Irrelevant]Cutting the lawn is not a chore.

Helpful567

[img]https://encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSBo1U8iDym9KeqEd9wH23Gzs-8qoMqeoWo4r9oOcdFi7UvrLIJww[/img]

Helpful567

Mowing is carried out mainly between March and October. Over summer: On average, mow twice weekly, dropping to once a week during periods of drought. Over spring and autumn: Mow once a week. Thats the advice from the royal horticultural society https://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?PID=425

SomnambuIist

75 db isn't quiet, ambient sound is 40 db, a quiet rural area is 30 db.

Helpful567

I have a large garden. Even with a ride on, it took 2 hours to mow the lawn. I was also left with two green bins of lawn clippings to dispose of. This does it automatically and because it cuts the lawn twice a week, there are no grass cuttings to be dealt with. Clealy this item is not for everyone, but for me it has been the best thing I have bought in the last 10 years. There are downsides: It does take time to lay the perimeter wire when setting it up for the first time. You still have to cut the very edge of your lawn. (It doesnt cut the edges)

iRobot Roomba 675 £209.00 @ My Robot Center
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Refreshed 28th Nov 2019Refreshed 28th Nov 2019
Hi guys, Found this deal seems a much better deal then the current one on Amazon for the 671 which is another 20 quid more as this is the 675 and is more superior. Specs below h… Read more
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richardgazzi

Anybody who ordered one of these had it delivered yet?

bigton3000

For this price mate these are meant to be the dogs to be fair I expect other people will provide these opinion.

ResveZ

How does this compare too the Xiaomi ones?

sefton74

Bought an iRobot m6 mop from these guys a couple of weeks ago. Service was great, received package in 2 days. I’d definitely use them again without hesitation.

bigton3000

This site rates them well Also use a protection if your that worried such as PayPal etc i think it's worth a go. https://www.trustedshops.co.uk/buyerrating/info_X6899035A28931C2D44D8CB3A85F2FF0E.html

deleted866853

thank you so much for your words of encouragement for me to go out there and source more deals. It's truly wonderful to get such great advice from a person who's saved the wonderful users on here a maximum cumulative total of 50pence and a gargantuan total of 3 deals

pasgun

Yeah okay big shot. I said guarantee because I knew the reply would be 'well I have so much more time to do this and that' just so he didn't have to say this machine is for lazy people. When you post a half-decent deal then you can talk.

deleted866853

If someone says "guarantee" in a sentence like you've just done always shows you can't trust them as they usually talk rubbish. And i reckon you always talk rubbish even if you say you don't

pasgun

Mate your mind is on another level.

CampGareth

As someone with a lot of free time because of the level of automation in my life (e.g. I don't vacuum, a machine does it for me) relaxing eventually gets boring so you start doing more interesting things, learning and challenging yourself. If you haven't found that yet take a look at your life. How many things do you do because you *have* to do them, like mowing the lawn, or going out to buy food?

Helpful567

[quote=Roger_Irrelevant]Cutting the lawn is not a chore.

Helpful567

[img]https://encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSBo1U8iDym9KeqEd9wH23Gzs-8qoMqeoWo4r9oOcdFi7UvrLIJww[/img]

Helpful567

Mowing is carried out mainly between March and October. Over summer: On average, mow twice weekly, dropping to once a week during periods of drought. Over spring and autumn: Mow once a week. Thats the advice from the royal horticultural society https://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?PID=425

SomnambuIist

75 db isn't quiet, ambient sound is 40 db, a quiet rural area is 30 db.

Helpful567

I have a large garden. Even with a ride on, it took 2 hours to mow the lawn. I was also left with two green bins of lawn clippings to dispose of. This does it automatically and because it cuts the lawn twice a week, there are no grass cuttings to be dealt with. Clealy this item is not for everyone, but for me it has been the best thing I have bought in the last 10 years. There are downsides: It does take time to lay the perimeter wire when setting it up for the first time. You still have to cut the very edge of your lawn. (It doesnt cut the edges)

Worx landroid Robot mower basic - £489 @ Myrobotcentre
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Posted 21st Aug 2018Posted 21st Aug 2018
Worx landroid Robot mower basic - £489 @ Myrobotcentre
£489£62922%
Seems like a good deal with the cheapest brand new robot mower i can find
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richardgazzi

Anybody who ordered one of these had it delivered yet?

bigton3000

For this price mate these are meant to be the dogs to be fair I expect other people will provide these opinion.

ResveZ

How does this compare too the Xiaomi ones?

sefton74

Bought an iRobot m6 mop from these guys a couple of weeks ago. Service was great, received package in 2 days. I’d definitely use them again without hesitation.

bigton3000

This site rates them well Also use a protection if your that worried such as PayPal etc i think it's worth a go. https://www.trustedshops.co.uk/buyerrating/info_X6899035A28931C2D44D8CB3A85F2FF0E.html

deleted866853

thank you so much for your words of encouragement for me to go out there and source more deals. It's truly wonderful to get such great advice from a person who's saved the wonderful users on here a maximum cumulative total of 50pence and a gargantuan total of 3 deals

pasgun

Yeah okay big shot. I said guarantee because I knew the reply would be 'well I have so much more time to do this and that' just so he didn't have to say this machine is for lazy people. When you post a half-decent deal then you can talk.

deleted866853

If someone says "guarantee" in a sentence like you've just done always shows you can't trust them as they usually talk rubbish. And i reckon you always talk rubbish even if you say you don't

pasgun

Mate your mind is on another level.

CampGareth

As someone with a lot of free time because of the level of automation in my life (e.g. I don't vacuum, a machine does it for me) relaxing eventually gets boring so you start doing more interesting things, learning and challenging yourself. If you haven't found that yet take a look at your life. How many things do you do because you *have* to do them, like mowing the lawn, or going out to buy food?

Helpful567

[quote=Roger_Irrelevant]Cutting the lawn is not a chore.

Helpful567

[img]https://encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSBo1U8iDym9KeqEd9wH23Gzs-8qoMqeoWo4r9oOcdFi7UvrLIJww[/img]

Helpful567

Mowing is carried out mainly between March and October. Over summer: On average, mow twice weekly, dropping to once a week during periods of drought. Over spring and autumn: Mow once a week. Thats the advice from the royal horticultural society https://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?PID=425

SomnambuIist

75 db isn't quiet, ambient sound is 40 db, a quiet rural area is 30 db.

Helpful567

I have a large garden. Even with a ride on, it took 2 hours to mow the lawn. I was also left with two green bins of lawn clippings to dispose of. This does it automatically and because it cuts the lawn twice a week, there are no grass cuttings to be dealt with. Clealy this item is not for everyone, but for me it has been the best thing I have bought in the last 10 years. There are downsides: It does take time to lay the perimeter wire when setting it up for the first time. You still have to cut the very edge of your lawn. (It doesnt cut the edges)

Bosch Indego Robotic Lawnmower - automatically cuts your lawn. control from iphone android app - £849 @ My Robot Center
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Posted 1st Oct 2016Posted 1st Oct 2016
Bosch Indego Robotic Lawnmower - automatically cuts your lawn. control from iphone android app - £849 @ My Robot Center
£849
Yes I know it is lazy not to cut your own lawn, but I work long hours during the week and like to spend my time at the weekend with my family. There have been a lot of cold votes … Read more
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richardgazzi

Anybody who ordered one of these had it delivered yet?

bigton3000

For this price mate these are meant to be the dogs to be fair I expect other people will provide these opinion.

ResveZ

How does this compare too the Xiaomi ones?

sefton74

Bought an iRobot m6 mop from these guys a couple of weeks ago. Service was great, received package in 2 days. I’d definitely use them again without hesitation.

bigton3000

This site rates them well Also use a protection if your that worried such as PayPal etc i think it's worth a go. https://www.trustedshops.co.uk/buyerrating/info_X6899035A28931C2D44D8CB3A85F2FF0E.html

deleted866853

thank you so much for your words of encouragement for me to go out there and source more deals. It's truly wonderful to get such great advice from a person who's saved the wonderful users on here a maximum cumulative total of 50pence and a gargantuan total of 3 deals

pasgun

Yeah okay big shot. I said guarantee because I knew the reply would be 'well I have so much more time to do this and that' just so he didn't have to say this machine is for lazy people. When you post a half-decent deal then you can talk.

deleted866853

If someone says "guarantee" in a sentence like you've just done always shows you can't trust them as they usually talk rubbish. And i reckon you always talk rubbish even if you say you don't

pasgun

Mate your mind is on another level.

CampGareth

As someone with a lot of free time because of the level of automation in my life (e.g. I don't vacuum, a machine does it for me) relaxing eventually gets boring so you start doing more interesting things, learning and challenging yourself. If you haven't found that yet take a look at your life. How many things do you do because you *have* to do them, like mowing the lawn, or going out to buy food?

Helpful567

[quote=Roger_Irrelevant]Cutting the lawn is not a chore.

Helpful567

[img]https://encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSBo1U8iDym9KeqEd9wH23Gzs-8qoMqeoWo4r9oOcdFi7UvrLIJww[/img]

Helpful567

Mowing is carried out mainly between March and October. Over summer: On average, mow twice weekly, dropping to once a week during periods of drought. Over spring and autumn: Mow once a week. Thats the advice from the royal horticultural society https://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?PID=425

SomnambuIist

75 db isn't quiet, ambient sound is 40 db, a quiet rural area is 30 db.

Helpful567

I have a large garden. Even with a ride on, it took 2 hours to mow the lawn. I was also left with two green bins of lawn clippings to dispose of. This does it automatically and because it cuts the lawn twice a week, there are no grass cuttings to be dealt with. Clealy this item is not for everyone, but for me it has been the best thing I have bought in the last 10 years. There are downsides: It does take time to lay the perimeter wire when setting it up for the first time. You still have to cut the very edge of your lawn. (It doesnt cut the edges)

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