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Ecovacs Deebot M80 Pro Robot Vacuum Cleaner w/ Alex a & Mobile Control (Refurb) EXPIRED

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Tech-Rabbit via eBay has Ecovacs Deebot M80 Pro Robot Vacuum Cleaner w/ Alex a & Mobile Control (Manufacturer Refurbished) on sale for $89.99. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

Features:
  • Smart Motion Navigation, including Anti-Fall & Anti-Collision Sensors
  • 5-tier Cleaning Systems, including Mopping System Feature
  • Auto-Clean, plus 3 Specialized Cleaning Modes
  • Automatic Charging & 110 Minute Battery Life
  • Daily Clean Scheduling
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I owned this and the n79s. The m80 pro is a little bit taller (got stuck on couch and fridge so had to adjust those) and louder (can't adjust vacuum levels from Normal or Max). Loud to the point I couldn't run it at night with the bedrooms closed. This seems to work only with Alexa and not Google. The mopping feature is a small resevoir that basically wet sweeps a small area before running out of water (just ok job). My biggest gripe was the 30+ times I tried using it, it never was able to dock itself. It would push the charging dock around trying to dock.

In my opinion, it's an ok entry level robot vacuum. However, if you can find an n79s for a similar price I would suggest it over the m80 pro.

I own 3x n79s bought via Amazon warehouse around $100 each. One on each floor (1st hardwood, 2nd Berber carpet and concrete basement) 1400sq ft house ran 2x a day. 2 adults, 2 young kids, 2 short hair dogs and a long hair cat. Each run has a moderate amount in filter. These have saved me a bunch of time. Instead of sweeping and vacuuming everyday, now it's about every week.
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I have this same model, not refurbished though.. Runs like 25min on a charge and cleans my 1400sqft home with ease.
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I have this same model, not refurbished though.. Runs like 25min on a charge and cleans my 1400sqft home with ease.
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I've wanted a Robo vacuum for awhile now and at this price it's worth it even if the vacuum is a bust imo. In for 1.
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Bought this when it was 104, came with a squeaky front wheel but seller sent new ones and it's good as new. Very surprised how much this picks up. Just turn it on and let it do its thing.
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Hmm need to read the reviews. How does it do on carpet? I have a year left with my carpet before I rip it out and put LVF..

edit: read some reviews on Amazon. A lot of people stated that there units came with scratches and the mop reservoir leaks... normally 99 on Amazon. It's worth the shot here for 89 and looks like you have 30 days to return.
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Looks like a good deal, but without mapping I wouldn't trust it to find its way back to the base or clean a majority of my home.
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This thing has a little mop function and a washable filter. Pretty neat!
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I owned this and the n79s. The m80 pro is a little bit taller (got stuck on couch and fridge so had to adjust those) and louder (can't adjust vacuum levels from Normal or Max). Loud to the point I couldn't run it at night with the bedrooms closed. This seems to work only with Alexa and not Google. The mopping feature is a small resevoir that basically wet sweeps a small area before running out of water (just ok job). My biggest gripe was the 30+ times I tried using it, it never was able to dock itself. It would push the charging dock around trying to dock.

In my opinion, it's an ok entry level robot vacuum. However, if you can find an n79s for a similar price I would suggest it over the m80 pro.

I own 3x n79s bought via Amazon warehouse around $100 each. One on each floor (1st hardwood, 2nd Berber carpet and concrete basement) 1400sq ft house ran 2x a day. 2 adults, 2 young kids, 2 short hair dogs and a long hair cat. Each run has a moderate amount in filter. These have saved me a bunch of time. Instead of sweeping and vacuuming everyday, now it's about every week.
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I owned this and the n79s. The m80 pro is a little bit taller (got stuck on couch and fridge so had to adjust those) and louder (can't adjust vacuum levels from Normal or Max). Loud to the point I couldn't run it at night with the bedrooms closed. This seems to work only with Alexa and not Google. The mopping feature is a small resevoir that basically wet sweeps a small area before running out of water (just ok job). My biggest gripe was the 30+ times I tried using it, it never was able to dock itself. It would push the charging dock around trying to dock.

In my opinion, it's an ok entry level robot vacuum. However, if you can find an n79s for a similar price I would suggest it over the m80 pro.

I own 3x n79s bought via Amazon warehouse around $100 each. One on each floor (1st hardwood, 2nd Berber carpet and concrete basement) 1400sq ft house ran 2x a day. 2 adults, 2 young kids, 2 short hair dogs and a long hair cat. Each run has a moderate amount in filter. These have saved me a bunch of time. Instead of sweeping and vacuuming everyday, now it's about every week.
They are 189.00 now. So is this worth it now at this price or wait for your recommendation.
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They are 189.00 now. So is this worth it now at this price or wait for your recommendation.
Oh wow.... Didn't realize that. I know they go in and out of stock from people returning them but it's been a little over 2 months. The stocks must be low now. They're probably not gonna go back down on Amazon. I do see some for $99 and a several refurb/used under $120 on eBay. I wouldn't pay anymore. I personally prefer Amazon because of their return policy.
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This branks is horrible. Would recommend staying away
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This is a good little robovac, maybe a little dumb but overall it will get the job done and pick up quite a bit. I have bunnies and it picks up there pellets almost perfectly.
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This vacuum has been working well for me for around two years now. Purchased new on amazon, it cleans the top floor (1500 square feet) for about 2.5 hours per charge and picks up a ton! I have only used it on hardwood floors and tile. Occasionally, you need to use the included little tool to clear the brush but otherwise it's a little beast. I can count on one hand the times it didn't make it back to the base. A couple of things to note, this is a dumb vacuum and follows a different pattern every time. Also, it takes awhile to recharge. A major plus is that many of the parts are interchangeable and readily available on amazon.

I'm considering jumping on this.
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