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ILIFE V5s Pro Robot Vacuum Mop Cleaner with Water Tank, Automatically Sweeping Scrubbing Mopping Floor Cleaning Robot $149.99

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Cheaper than eBay and is prime eligible, thanks OP
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Looks like it has problem finding its home base, the cleaning patterns are more random driving around than strategical, gets stuck in long hair, bumps into furniture legs.

It is seems stupid and blind.
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Looks like it has problem finding its home base, the cleaning patterns are more random driving around than strategical, gets stuck in long hair, bumps into furniture legs.

It is seems stupid and blind.
The reviews I see are a bit more favorable. What are you reading?
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I owned this for two weeks and had to return it. It had several pretty significant flaws:

1. The suction was pretty weak, I bought the A4S for my parents and it seems to have much stronger suction.

2. When using the 'mop' function it doesn't know when it's on hardwood vs carpet/rugs. We have two large area rugs under our couch and dining room table and it just plows on to those and tries to mop the carpet which just creates a mess. In their defense, iLife doesn't claim it can differentiate between hardwood and carpet but it was a pain to have to move all of our furniture and rugs to use the mop feature.

3. The biggest issue I had with it was it didn't stop at the stairs. The first time I used it upstairs it came crashing down the stairs. It is supposed to detect edges and stairs but it failed on that first attempt and seemed like a safety hazard so I immediately sent it back.
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I owned this for two weeks and had to return it. It had several pretty significant flaws:

1. The suction was pretty weak, I bought the A4S for my parents and it seems to have much stronger suction.

2. When using the 'mop' function it doesn't know when it's on hardwood vs carpet/rugs. We have two large area rugs under our couch and dining room table and it just plows on to those and tries to mop the carpet which just creates a mess. In their defense, iLife doesn't claim it can differentiate between hardwood and carpet but it was a pain to have to move all of our furniture and rugs to use the mop feature.

3. The biggest issue I had with it was it didn't stop at the stairs. The firs time I used it upstairs it came crashing down the stairs. It is supposed to detect edges and stairs but it failed on that first attempt and seemed like a safety hazard so I immediately sent it back.
That's good feedback. Thanks.

I could get rid of my seagrass rugs. Is the mopping feature effective otherwise?
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That's good feedback. Thanks.

I could get rid of my seagrass rugs. Is the mopping feature effective otherwise?
I thought the mopping feature was pretty good overall. It cleaned several dirty spots on our floors effectively. The remote has a button that will let you have the vacuum focus on one area and basically spin in cascading circles and that seemed to do a good job in extra dirty spots. It is most effective if you vacuum really well before using the mop so that loose dirt and debris don't get wet and then trapped on the mop pads.
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I have this and I think it great. I have all hardwood floor tho. You have to know what it can do and not over expecting it function. I choose this over the ecovacs deebot for it low profile which work with under my furniture. You can't buy a Toyota prices tag car and expect it to perform like a Ferrari. For the price I think it a great robot vacuum. BTW, I paid $160 for mine so this is cheaper.
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That's good feedback. Thanks.

I could get rid of my seagrass rugs. Is the mopping feature effective otherwise?

I think it more like wet wipes than mopping. I schedule mine too auto vac daily and manually set it to "mop" once a week. My floor is nice and clean.
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I thought the mopping feature was pretty good overall. It cleaned several dirty spots on our floors effectively. The remote has a button that will let you have the vacuum focus on one area and basically spin in cascading circles and that seemed to do a good job in extra dirty spots. It is most effective if you vacuum really well before using the mop so that loose dirt and debris don't get wet and then trapped on the mop pads.
does it come with virtual walls? also is the cleaning pad/cloth re-usable or disposable?
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does it come with virtual walls? also is the cleaning pad/cloth re-usable or disposable?
I'm pretty sure it does not come with virtual walls, which is why I was not able to prevent it from 'mopping' my carpets. The mop pads are basically just microfiber towels cut in half circles that are then mounted under the vacuum. I didn't have mine long enough to reuse them but I would imagine you would be fine to wash and reuse them several times.
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I have this and I think it great. I have all hardwood floor tho. You have to know what it can do and not over expecting it function. I choose this over the ecovacs deebot for it low profile which work with under my furniture. You can't buy a Toyota prices tag car and expect it to perform like a Ferrari. For the price I think it a great robot vacuum. BTW, I paid $160 for mine so this is cheaper.
Yeah, I even mentioned in my post that iLife doesn't claim that it can differentiate between hardwood and carpet, but it's still worth pointing out to people who might run in to the same issue. I think it's a decent device overall, and probably works great for those with only hardwood floors. In my experience, the iLife A4S just does a better job as a vacuum for those who don't need, or can't practically use, the mopping feature.
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I have this and have had it for about 3 years... I'm pretty sure I bought it on Gearbest or one of the direct from China sites for cheaper than this.

It works pretty well on hardwood. It doesn't work that great on carpet. Its low profile if you need to get under furniture. It gets caught on cords easily and gets lost in my house almost every time it's used. Good for the money, but don't expect a $500 Roomba or Samsung that automatically always makes it to the base and maps each room.
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