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iRobot Roomba 860 Robotic Vacuum with Virtual Wall Barrier and Scheduling ( Refurb. ) $274.99 Shipped Free With Prime @ WOOT

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No offense to you for posting this, but simply put this is not a deal. This vacuum was release prior to the Botvac D lineup (by a few months) and the Botvac lineup simply blows this away. This was specifically made to not have mapping as if that was an accomplishment. You want mapping and you don't want Roomba's mapping, you want laser mapping (since it works in the dark and isn't a camera running online 24/7 in your house). So, for nearly $300 you're getting a severely outdated REFURBISHED vacuum that in today's market has nearly no value. I wouldn't spend $100 on this. I wouldn't take this if it gave you three of them.

Roborock and Botvac make superior vacuums. Roomba's only crowning achievement right now is the i7+, so if you got $800, go for it.

Does anyone disagree and if so, why?
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No offense to you for posting this, but simply put this is not a deal. This vacuum was release prior to the Botvac D lineup (by a few months) and the Botvac lineup simply blows this away. This was specifically made to not have mapping as if that was an accomplishment. You want mapping and you don't want Roomba's mapping, you want laser mapping (since it works in the dark and isn't a camera running online 24/7 in your house). So, for nearly $300 you're getting a severely outdated REFURBISHED vacuum that in today's market has nearly no value. I wouldn't spend $100 on this. I wouldn't take this if it gave you three of them.

Roborock and Botvac make superior vacuums. Roomba's only crowning achievement right now is the i7+, so if you got $800, go for it.

Does anyone disagree and if so, why?

Thank you for your review I wish we can get more members to chime in on all deal posting with helpful information.
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