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Vileda Robotic Vacuum Thingy £69.99 @ Lidl
Vileda Robotic Vacuum Thingy £69.99 @ Lidl

Vileda Robotic Vacuum Thingy £69.99 @ Lidl

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Been looking for one for a while. This model is 99.99 on Amazon and receives good reviews.

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Original Poster

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Hot for using "thingy" alone!

Great price, thanks OP.

KGorman

Hot for using "thingy" alone!



Agree

Does it return to base on its own for charge when it's done?

I'm guessing this is no good for dog hairs? I've got a German Shepherd that malts like crazy!

How does it handle stairs?

I bought this last time they had it on offer. Ended up returning it as the battery went faulty (thankfully within the 1st year)

I would advise you to keep hold of the receipt of you get one just in case.

This is really only efficient for hard floors. Reviews are saying it's not so good for carpet.

Its climbing ability is just 1cm so it might get stuck on a rug.

Not a bad deal if you want it to just vacuum hard floors though.

If you are a duckling then all your nightmares could come true

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poshfan1988

I'm guessing this is no good for dog hairs? I've got a German Shepherd … I'm guessing this is no good for dog hairs? I've got a German Shepherd that malts like crazy!



Is that a single malt or a blend ?
Could be a Scottish Alsatian you have ??

poshfan1988

I'm guessing this is no good for dog hairs? I've got a German Shepherd … I'm guessing this is no good for dog hairs? I've got a German Shepherd that malts like crazy!



​We have a German Shedder too...

Original Poster

ceanth

I bought this last time they had it on offer. Ended up returning it as … I bought this last time they had it on offer. Ended up returning it as the battery went faulty (thankfully within the 1st year)I would advise you to keep hold of the receipt of you get one just in case.



2 year warranty on this one. Which should be plenty as the robotic overlords will have risen up by then anyway

james9

2 year warranty on this one. Which should be plenty as the robotic … 2 year warranty on this one. Which should be plenty as the robotic overlords will have risen up by then anyway



I for one welcome our new robotic overlords.

does it fetch sticks?

is there anyway to buy this online. Damn being abroad when this offer is on.

Thanks

any good for robot wars ?

jparnell

How does it handle stairs?



About as well as a dalek.

lucyferror

Does it return to base on its own for charge when it's done?


for £66 I would doubt it

Does the light have to be on for it to work or can it operate in the dark hahahaha

From Amazon:

Question: Does it return to docking station
Answer: No docking station,have to plug it into a socket
By Carole Watson on 28 December 2016

Shame... If it had a docking station I'd snap it up...

I bought the red one from Amazon for £80 just after Christmas and it's spot on for the laminated floors down stairs. I just switch it on when I'm off out . I had bought a cheaper one from Maplin and only had it a couple of days as it broke it also kept getting stuck on rugs and things . This one is far superior it has never got stuck once and if it does get stopped it just reverses .

Btw it will work on carpet but it is not powerful enough to replace your dyson say .

bobyjones2004

Does the light have to be on for it to work or can it operate in the dark … Does the light have to be on for it to work or can it operate in the dark hahahaha



Is this gag obvious?

Is this at Lidl now?

This is round all my rooms have corners ...........ok for a lighthouse though

The machines have taken over

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I have a similar haier one that has the mop function too (around £100 or so).
Really good on the kitchen floor / hard floors, crap on new thick carpet, not quite as rubbish on old work carpet.

Won't suck up heavy debris, by heavy I mean anything the weight of a tictac, but does a decent job of dusting.

£66 a decent price, but the best function of the haier is the RTH and being able to set timers etc.

if it doesn't recharge itself, what's the point

heat for price, but now not a fan of these after owning 2 different models. I have paid over £100 for both models I have owned.

My wife or daughters head hair caused the 2 spinning brushes underneath to tangle up, so you have to keep on top of it by unscrewing the brushes and removing the hair.

the capacity isn't great either, they only have a small tray.


Edited by: "superted2008" 22nd Feb

vulcanproject

If you are a duckling then all your nightmares could come true


At first, I thanked God for not making me a duck, then on second thought about what humans are doing with other humans in this world, I took my thanks back

bobyjones2004

for £66 I would doubt it


You can always have some hope
Edited by: "lucyferror" 22nd Feb

Silly question lol but will it go into 5 different rooms or just stay in 1 room?

Will all Lidl stores have these? It's a bit out of my way to get to one.

Any chance that Amazon price matches?

If you've got a dog I'd recommend a Neato. Not cheap, but we've got a Labrador who seems to shed his body weight in hair daily and it eats it up.

Banned

Got one of these last time they were this price. Taught it to read and now it's like a son to me

startimeash

If you've got a dog I'd recommend a Neato. Not cheap, but we've got a … If you've got a dog I'd recommend a Neato. Not cheap, but we've got a Labrador who seems to shed his body weight in hair daily and it eats it up.


Just looked at the prices - ouch. Might be better to get a cat.

Can anyone explain what the advantages of this are over the Vileda Supermop?

ravilakhani

Got one of these last time they were this price. Taught it to read and … Got one of these last time they were this price. Taught it to read and now it's like a son to me



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