Xiaomi Mi Robot Vacuum Cleaner Robot With Laser Guidance System Powerful Suction LDS Path Planning 5200mAh Battery from Geekbuying - £175.32
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Xiaomi Mi Robot Vacuum Cleaner Robot With Laser Guidance System Powerful Suction LDS Path Planning 5200mAh Battery from Geekbuying - £175.32

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Found 16th Nov
Hello all,

Another deal from China, this time from Geekbuying. This Xiaomi Vacuum Cleaner Robot is now £175.32 if you use Code: RKSIUZQK.It is a bit cheaper than the last deal we did place on HotUKDeals, so I hope you like it.

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Are these good?

theroman3 m ago

Are these good?



Mine turned up last week, love it, works wonders on my wood flooring. The only problem has been the software, you must remember when you set it up to choose China as the loacation otherwise you won't be able to use 1/2 the features including changing the voice on the hoover to English.

Good Lord, that's a tempting price! The missus would kill me....but it's very tempting

PS Nice to see a Xiaomi alert that actually turns out to be a Xiaomi product.

deceptive deal. It adds £50 at the end. Cold from me, Gearbest sold this for £180 , shipment included.

theroman16 m ago

Are these good?




A shoot out between this and a 900 quid Roomba 980

Edited by: "bellboys" 16th Nov

thedopeyone4 m ago

deceptive deal. It adds £50 at the end. Cold from me, Gearbest sold this …deceptive deal. It adds £50 at the end. Cold from me, Gearbest sold this for £180 , shipment included.




In that case, cold as ice. Never ordered from Geekbuying and this sort of practice doesn't encourage me to start now...
Edited by: "bellboys" 16th Nov

theroman19 m ago

Are these good?



They suck

I'll get my coat.

bellboys7 m ago

In that case, cold as ice. Never ordered from Geekbuying and this sort of …In that case, cold as ice. Never ordered from Geekbuying and this sort of practice doesn't encourage me to start now...


Ordered once from them and never again. Item never turned up. PayPal resolved.
Their prices are usually lower because they're known for being unreliable.
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bellboys12 m ago

Good Lord, that's a tempting price! The missus would kill me....but it's …Good Lord, that's a tempting price! The missus would kill me....but it's very tempting PS Nice to see a Xiaomi alert that actually turns out to be a Xiaomi product.

​Give it her for Christmas

Not sure how many more times this needs to be posted before people finally realise that Geekbuying add on shipping at the end of checkout.

Buyer1024GB1 m ago

​Give it her for Christmas




Already spent money on an ironing board!

bellboys4 m ago

Already spent money on an ironing board!

​Nice one, Thanks for the tip I was wondering what to get mine.

rapid11111116 m ago

Ordered once from them and never again. Item never turned up. PayPal …Ordered once from them and never again. Item never turned up. PayPal resolved. Their prices are usually lower because they're known for being unreliable. https://www.reddit.com/r/Xiaomi/wiki/general/purchase


to be honest, i have ordered from them twice. the first time it was a xiaomi phone and it arrived 2 months later. The second time (recently) i am still waiting for a tv box to arrive, but as you said i think my patience is over and i will go through the refund route and never buy from them again. It is random i would say.

Furthermore, is it the same with this one Xiaomi roborock S50? or is the roborock the second version of the posted one?

Excellent product, got it last year for £240, worth every penny

Buyer1024GB20 m ago

​Nice one, Thanks for the tip I was wondering what to get mine.


Big spenders. Mine's getting an apron.

Yes dont these people add the massive delivery charge after the payment screen?

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£223.69 is the cheapest option so either the title needs to be amended or the deal expired. With DHL I'd say you are highly likely to get hit for import duty too.

razorwire38 m ago

[Image] £223.69 is the cheapest option so either the title needs to be …[Image] £223.69 is the cheapest option so either the title needs to be amended or the deal expired. With DHL I'd say you are highly likely to get hit for import duty too.

For that price I'd think it includes import duties, as other companies do that when they ship with DHL, but I haven't looked so I can't say for sure.

Bought one from geekbuying. Super annoyed that one of the wheels doesn't seem correct and it keeps saying internal error and stopping. So now I have the dreaded dealing with a HK return it replacement.
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