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iRobot Roomba i7 (7150) Robot Vacuum w/ 2-Yr Extra Warranty & Accessory Bundle

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Buydig has iRobot Roomba i7 (7150) App-Controlled Robot Vacuum w/ 2-Year Extended Warranty & & Accessory Bundle on sale for $499. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

Buydig also has iRobot Roomba i7+ (7550) Robot Vacuum with Automatic Dirt Disposal w/ 2-Year Extended Warranty & & Accessory Bundle on sale for $699. Shipping is free.

Both Bundles Include:
  • 3 Edge-Sweeping Brushes
  • 3 High-Efficiency Filters
  • Dual Multi-Surface Rubber Brushes
  • 2 Year Extended Warranty
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Both Bundles include an extra:
  • 3 Edge-Sweeping Brushes
  • 3 High-Efficiency Filters
  • Dual Multi-Surface Rubber Brushes
  • 2 Year Extended Warranty
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I've been using the i7+ for a year now. The software does let you zone out the floor plan, add no-go zones and areas to avoid. I have it avoid a couch I have in my kitchen because it gets stuck under it. The couch is just right height that it wedges itself in, and can't get out. Since I added the zone area to avoid it hasn't gotten stuck once. The bag volume may be small but the suction in the base is so good that it packs the dust and debris in really tightly. It's nearly impossible to self empty the bags because of how much crap is in there. I emptied them twice and then decided it wasn't worth my time. I've only filled 4 bags in a year. The robot cleans my main living floor 6 days a week. This is about 800 sq ft. I do very little self maintenance on this thing. I probably clean it once a month or maybe 6 weeks. I haven't had to replace any parts. I have hardwood throughout with a large area rug in my family room and living room. It takes some time to do its job but it's doing it while nobody is home. I can't complain about a thing, outside the cost.
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I always like seeing bundles with extra consumable parts.
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is the warranty with buy dig or just from manufacture?
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is the warranty with buy dig or just from manufacture?
2 Year Extended Warranty added to the Existing Manufacturer's Warranty for Products Valued From $1000-$1500.
Your purchase includes a 2 Year Parts and Labor Extended Warranty from Consumer Priority Service.
USA Warranty warrants this product against defects in material or workmanship for the time periods and as set forth below.
Parts: For a period of two (2) year from the expiry date of the original Manufacturer's two (2) year warranty ("Parts Warranty"), Consumer Priority Service will supply replacement parts in exchange for parts determined to be defective.
Labor: For a period of two (2) year from the expiry date of the original Manufacturer's two (2) year warranty ("Labor Warranty"), Consumer Priority Service will, at its option, repair or replace this Product, should it be deemed defective.
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Same price at Amazon
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i7+ currently back in stock - in for 1
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May not be the exact model, but there's an I7 Roomba from ABT store through rakuten for same price but you get 10% cash back from rakuten.
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Same price at Amazon
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And does the amazon include the extra bundle/warranty?
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very nice price- picking one up
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Is this processor fast enough for 4k editing and vacuuming?
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how do these compare to the DEEBOT 920 that was posted a few days ago?
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Not to TC but the Roomba i7+ has a bunch of issues with it including:

1. Low airflow (the lowest of all premium robotic vacuums)
2. Low Navigation efficiency (algorhythms that are used)
3. Inefficient hard floor pickup (due to low airflow)

You can see all premium vacuum robots compared in the following video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Fed8durfb4 (skip to 8:12 mark)

Personally I'd get the new Roborock S5 Max which is very similar to the Roborock S6 except it has a larger water reservoir for mopping. It's selling at urlhasbeenblocked for $499 with no tax and FS. The urlhasbeenblocked product comes with a European plug so you'll need to get an adapator if your in the states.

Here's a good review of the S5 Max: https://smartrobotreviews.com/rev...eview.html

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https://www.urlhasbeenblocked.com...price-9228

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Not to TC but the Roomba i7+ has a bunch of issues with it including:

1. Low airflow (the lowest of all premium robotic vacuums)
2. Low Navigation efficiency (algorhythms that are used)
3. Inefficient hard floor pickup (due to low airflow)

You can see all premium vacuum robots compared in the following video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Fed8durfb4 (skip to 8:12 mark)

Personally I'd get the new Roborock S5 Max which is very similar to the Roborock S6 except it has a larger water reservoir for mopping. It's selling at urlhasbeenblocked for $499 with no tax and FS. The urlhasbeenblocked product comes with a European plug so you'll need to get an adapator if your in the states.

Here's a good review of the S5 Max: https://smartrobotreviews.com/rev...eview.html

Here's another review:
https://www.urlhasbeenblocked.com...price-9228

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Airflow is not the best method to determine cleaning. For example, it may have one of the lowest airflow rates, however, Roombas are one of the best at carpet as they use a dual brush mechanism per Vacuumwars testing.

Can't speak to navigation, but Roombas are okay-good on hardwood floors too.

The i7 model is capable with the base which is the most useful feature in robot vacuuming right now. That's why you see all the threads on the Shark IQ.

I would also argue that the mopping feature on a lot of hybrid models is overhyped, you're generally just dragging a wet rag (think swifter wet) around. Maybe that's good enough for some people but I don't think it's a great solution.
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Airflow is not the best method to determine cleaning. For example, it may have one of the lowest airflow rates, however, Roombas are one of the best at carpet as they use a dual brush mechanism per Vacuumwars testing.

Can't speak to navigation, but Roombas are okay-good on hardwood floors too.

The i7 model is capable with the base which is the most useful feature in robot vacuuming right now. That's why you see all the threads on the Shark IQ.

I would also argue that the mopping feature on a lot of hybrid models is overhyped, you're generally just dragging a wet rag (think swifter wet) around. Maybe that's good enough for some people but I don't think it's a great solution.
Would agree that this is not a good indicator for carpet cleaning. Roomba's are the best at that due to the design of their brush. But for hardwood floors, Roomba's do not fair nearly as well.

Some other issues with Roomba i7 plus:
- small sized dustbin (400mL)
- no washable filter
- very low run time (75 min)
- very long charge time (2 hours)
- doesn't have built in LIDAR (light detection and ranging) sensors
- software - I don't believe it has the ability to program no-go lines
- software - I don't believe it has the ability to program no-go zones

The fact alone that is has a small dustbin and short run time mean that the robot will not work well in larger households.

The S5 Max has a 460mL dustbin and can run up to 180 minutes on one charge.

I agree that dual vacuum/moping robots still have some way to go but they are getting much better.

The biggest benefit that the i7 plus has is the cleaning bin though when it is cleaning out the i7 plus the sound is jarring from what I've read and you need to drop alot of coin to get that.

Finally, my issues noted above about the i7 plus come from the vacuumwars channel. Another interesting vacuum that is alot cheaper than the i7 plus and get a lot of great reviews is the 360 S7: https://smartrobotreviews.com/buy...acuum.html
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