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VILEDA Li-Ion Rechargeable ViRobi Robotic Duster £19.99 at Lidl
VILEDA Li-Ion Rechargeable ViRobi Robotic Duster £19.99 at Lidl

VILEDA Li-Ion Rechargeable ViRobi Robotic Duster £19.99 at Lidl

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From 20/10/16 at Lidl-----VILEDA Li-Ion Rechargeable ViRobi Robotic Duster
£19.99
Autonomously navigates its way throughout your home, thoroughly cleaning under furniture and in corners on all types of hard flooring
Ideal for animal hair – with electrostatic cleaning power that attracts dirt to a disposable pad
With a 30min or 2h cleaning program
Includes 3 disposable cleaning pads
Size (cm): Ø29 x H4.5

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Nice! Will go have a look for this today. Well worth a punt at £20

Just noticed the date.. will look tomorrow X) ​

can this do the stairs

xstevo99

can this do the stairs



​yes, will also dust window ledges and mantelpieces. it even moves the best china out the way and pimuts it back.

has anyone actually used one of these? I am intrigued by these gadgets and I often like to give them a go, especially at £20. We have hard flooring throughout our kitchen, diner and hallway and we have a dog and a two year old.............

Had one, used it once and had enough. Just moved dust around the floor and gets stuck under furniture constantly

Agree, get stuck, ok if you have a completely clear floor, unlikely. Plus dont forget you need the replacement cleaning discs (paper-ish discs). B&Q cleared these out a couple of years ago about £15, pads 50p. Use mine in the kitchen occasionally as it has few places it can get trapped. My advice, do not buy. Its a dust collector allright

Had one and took it back, terrible piece of kit

I had something similar, was ok but not great, plus a degree of faff about it. Also put up with a steam mop for nearly a year. Again, much faffing.
Then my mum, who is not the sort of person who normally keeps up with the latest technology advances showed me two new gadgets: a mop and a broom. Amazing! Totally changed everything. So fast - sweeping everything big or tiny in seconds - and mopping the floor takes no time. No more faffing, charging, emptying, swapping, waiting. Now I want the floor swept or cleaned it just grab, go, done. These are available everywhere now, I see.

how much are the disposable pads, cant they be washed?

is this strong enough to hold a cat?
preferably one in a costume?

having owned something similar at a similar price, i can almost guarantee this will be crap. the one I had didnt picl up all the dirt and you had to dtamd watching it to make sure it didn't get stuck. dont waste your money.

brilly

is this strong enough to hold a cat?preferably one in a costume?


depends how much the cat love to eat and sleep

Remember they only "dust" with the pads, they do NOT vacuum up at all oO

Bilk

Had one and took it back, terrible piece of kit


Ditto! Don't waste your time and money!

I think I'll just retain my housekeeper and cleaner. X)

Banned

these were £100 a few years ago.
any good ??

sofiasar

these were £100 a few years ago. any good ??



No kid, these are just a duster, not a robotic vacuum cleaner. Those are still pricey

We tried a vacuum liked this and sent it back. It couldn't cope with a reasonable size of carpet pile. As these only dust they may be OK but I would think the old ways of a mop, brush and duster would be quicker and better - and not such a waste of money.

ssc1

how much are the disposable pads, cant they be washed?


I dont know current price, but single use paper disk, could turn it over I suppose, but it really is just a duster, not a cleaner.

SuperMariosDad

Nice! Will go have a look for this today. Well worth a punt at £20


No it isnt.

ssc1

how much are the disposable pads, cant they be washed?



About £7 for 20. They are effectively round wipes.

Available from Amazon
Edited by: "Gollywood" 19th Oct 2016

This'll work great in my feng shui open plan wood floored loft apartment. oh wait, I live in a small messy terrace house.

I have one of these. Works ok with pet hair on laminate flooring. Pretty useless for anything else. It's been unused now for about 12 months.

Novelty at best

Do these fit under the sink okay with the sandwich toaster, panini press, teriyaki grill and nutri bomb?

Get a flat floor mop, moisten the cloth, run around the edges of the room.
30 seconds tops once a week

all the dust collects at the edges, no real need to do the whole room unless you have kids or drool a lot

rubbish just bounces around randomly.
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