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Ecovacs Deebot M80 Pro Robotic Vacuum Cleaner $159.99

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Ecovacs via Amazon [amazon.com] is offering its Deebot M80 Pro robotic vacuum cleaner for $169.99. Purchase with the code T6VHCVDX to get an extra $10 off. Lowest price you can get and available for only prime day from July 10th to July 11th. Its 5-stage cleaning system supports to agitate, brush and suction floors. Plus, it can mop and dry."
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There seems to be such a supply of robotic vacuums these days, any professionals weigh their opinion on best buys?
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It seems a really good price. I like the mopping function.
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Anyone have one of these? Wondering how you like it? The mopping feature seems handy.
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How does this compare to something like Eufy or iLife which are in the same price range?
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I bought this last week on sale. It works well. I like the wifi feature and the find feature. I have not used the mop feature but already have the Mint (now owned by Roomba). 1st run ran for nearly 2hrs according to its logs. Scheduling via app is easy.

I also have an older Roomba model that's been running for years now with replacement battery off eBay with extended run times. Gen 3 and beyond Roomba is durable.

For flat floor to rug transitions the roomba may be a little better. For general cleaning they seem comparable. For price it's a no-brainer. For comparable wifi roomba version it's 3 or 4x in price.

I hope longevity and battery replacement options are good.
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I bought this last week on sale. It works well. I like the wifi feature and the find feature. I have not used the mop feature but already have the Mint (now owned by Roomba). 1st run ran for nearly 2hrs according to its logs. Scheduling via app is easy.

I also have an older Roomba model that's been running for years now with replacement battery off eBay with extended run times. Gen 3 and beyond Roomba is durable.

For flat floor to rug transitions the roomba may be a little better. For general cleaning they seem comparable. For price it's a no-brainer. For comparable wifi roomba version it's 3 or 4x in price.

I hope longevity and battery replacement options are good.
Thanks for letting me know. Does this pick up stuff other than dust/pet fur? What's the largest size piece it will pick up?
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Thinking about gifting this the mother, her house is entirely tile with the exception of the bedrooms, which are carpet. There is many individual carpets around the house. Any insight to how this handles? Or should I pay for a more expensive cleaner.


She doesn't have any animals, but she cleans until the place is spotless and shiny, would this machine be able to satisfy her?
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Can you buy replacement parts for this one?
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Thinking about gifting this the mother, her house is entirely tile with the exception of the bedrooms, which are carpet. There is many individual carpets around the house. Any insight to how this handles? Or should I pay for a more expensive cleaner.


She doesn't have any animals, but she cleans until the place is spotless and shiny, would this machine be able to satisfy her?
It usually does fine on rugs as long as the rugs don't move easily. I have some bath rugs and the bot just pushes them aside.

The bot does a good job picking stuff up. I'm pretty happy with it, but my wife isn't convinced that it would do a good a job as if she wet swiffered herself.
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Can you buy replacement parts for this one?
I've seen replacement parts sold on Amazon that look like they fit.
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For what it's worth, Fakespot isn't so high on this.

http://fakespot.com/product/ecova...-connected
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I've owned the:
Neato XV 11
Neato XV 21
and currently own the Roomba 805 (in my mind the best Roomba value for money - purchase from Costco)

I have one min pin dog so we do have dog hairs, and we have hardwood floors, carpets and rugs.

All 3 have handled all floors and hairs fine. The Neato's brushes required regular cleaning since they are fiber brushes and hence hair gets tangled in them.

Neatos vacuum in straight lines. These lines make your carpet look great. We started with the XV 11 and within 11 months needed warranty replacement due to it not starting up.. since Neato just stopped the XV11 at that time they replaced it with an XV21. I liked the XV 21 better, longer vacuum times between charges. However, after 14 months it stopped working (it would just start up but not move). Changed the battery but it did not solve the issue. No solution from Neato so it's dead. Hence purchased the Roomba

I love the Roomba more - the brushless technology truly works - NO hair tangled at all. It vacuums just as well as the neatos. Roombas don't vacuum in a straight line so no nice lines on your carpet.

I haven't tried the Ecovacs, Euly or iLife, but I must say I really like our model of Roomba the best.
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Bought one. Thanks for posting
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In for one-we'll see how it does with 3 dogs that track in FL sand throughout 1200 sq ft of tile and rug
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