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I've been looking for a second Eufy robot vacuum for a while now and was surprised to see this on Target's homepage. Add to cart for price.

You can get a 5% discount by using your RedCard. I opted to use a credit card for the extended warranty benefit. That was worth more than the 5% discount to me.

Anker Eufy RoboVac 35C [target.com]

Convenient Cleaning: The EufyHome app, and Amazon Alexa and the Google Assistant voice control-services let you accomplish your vacuuming needs with zero effort from you.
Worry-Free Cleaning: Set Boundary Strips and the slim 2.85" body—upgraded to 1500Pa* suction—only cleans the areas you want.

BoostIQ Technology: Automatically increases suction power within 1.5 seconds when extra vacuuming strength is needed—so you get the best clean in the shortest amount of time.
A Quiet Clean: Vacuums for up to 100 minutes of constant, powerful suction that's no louder than a microwave.
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Outdated technology with no mapping & mopping
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Outdated technology with no mapping & mopping
Please link to a $170 deal for a new mapping / mopping RoboVac...... thanks in advance.
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Please link to a $170 deal for a new mapping / mopping RoboVac...... thanks in advance.
I got my Bogotte robovac BG800 for $130 6 mths ago which has both mopping & mapping functions from Amazon sale. Now the price has gone back up. I used to have the 35C and returned it to Home Depot (got it for $199 back then).

Happy with my Bagotte as it also has 2200Pa vacuum suction force which is great for carpet.
Battery last for me 1hr before it recharges and you can set multiple schedules in a day unlike the 35C which only has 1 schedule per day.

The 35C is really outdated technology. Should be below $100. The robo technology is also outdated in it.
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I got my Bogotte robovac BG800 for $130 6 mths ago which has both mopping & mapping functions from Amazon sale. Now the price has gone back up. I used to have the 35C and returned it to Home Depot (got it for $199 back then).

Happy with my Bagotte as it also has 2200Pa vacuum suction force which is great for carpet.
Battery last for me 1hr before it recharges and you can set multiple schedules in a day unlike the 35C which only has 1 schedule per day.

The 35C is really outdated technology. Should be below $100. The robo technology is also outdated in it.
...that might be a better deal than this right now at $197.97 [amazon.com], but it still doesn't have mapping.

Unless you mean this one for $278.98 [amazon.com], in which case... well yeah it's like twice as expensive? Edit again: I now see that even that one won't let you restrict regions in the map, which is like the whole point of mapping. So for all intents and purposes, that one doesn't have mapping, either.

(PS why doesn't Amazon put the models in the titles???)
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Outdated technology with no mapping & mopping

Lol, mapping is such an expensive feature.
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I have the plain 30 and while it does work, it gets itself caught on things a lot. I got it on a lightning deal for ~$130, and in retrospect I wish I had spent more money on a better unit. I would genuinely have paid around $300 knowing then what I know now.

Now I've already got one and struggle to justify getting a second one.

All in all it's definitely better than nothing, but I regret not getting a unit with mapping.
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I have the plain 30 and while it does work, it gets itself caught on things a lot. I got it on a lightning deal for ~$130, and in retrospect I wish I had spent more money on a better unit. I would genuinely have paid around $300 knowing then what I know now.

Now I've already got one and struggle to justify getting a second one.

All in all it's definitely better than nothing, but I regret not getting a unit with mapping.
I have the 30 C, and never find that it gets stuck on anything. But I don't really have too much stuff in my home for it to get caught on I guess.

I'd rather have two of these than pay double for a unit with mapping. It's just not that important to me.
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...that might be a better deal than this right now at $197.97 [amazon.com], but it still doesn't have mapping.

Unless you mean this one for $278.98 [amazon.com], in which case... well yeah it's like twice as expensive? Edit again: I now see that even that one won't let you restrict regions in the map, which is like the whole point of mapping. So for all intents and purposes, that one doesn't have mapping, either.

(PS why doesn't Amazon put the models in the titles???)
Yep it is the the one that is going for $278 - BG800.

My invoice from Amazon back in Jan 24, 2020:
Items Ordered Price
1 of: Robot Vacuum, Bagotte BG800 2200Pa & Mapping Robotic Vacuum Cleaner: Wi-Fi Connectivity, 2.7" Super-Thin, Methodical Cleaning, Scheduling, Boundary Strips for Pet Hair,Hardwood Floors & Carpets
tem(s) Subtotal: $279.98
Shipping & Handling: $11.20
Free Shipping: -$11.20
Promotion Applied: -$33.60
Promotion Applied: -$61.60
Your Coupon Savings: -$50.00
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Total before tax: $134.78
Estimated tax to be collected: $8.56
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Grand Total: $143.34

They had promotions plus a slickdeal coupon. There was a posting on slickdeal back then.
Also received a free water tank for mopping after my purchase by reviewing the product on Amazon. Otherwise you will have to buy it separate for $19.99.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1 - they have a sale going on now with $60 off clip coupon
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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I have the 30 C, and never find that it gets stuck on anything. But I don't really have too much stuff in my home for it to get caught on I guess.

I'd rather have two of these than pay double for a unit with mapping. It's just not that important to me.
Fair enough. I find that it gets stuck a couple different ways;

My recliner in my living room has 2 metal feet on it that the roomba constantly tries to climb and gets stuck and gets very loud while trying to get itself unstuck.

It also manages to wedge itself under the front of the couch(it has no problem getting under the couch from the side) and it'll get stuck forever. I've come home to it stuck halfway under the couch multiple times.

Lastly, it likes to try to climb up the cat's scratching post. The base is probably 1/2" and it'll get itself caught on it.

Depends on what you have in your house I suppose.
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Fair enough. I find that it gets stuck a couple different ways;

My recliner in my living room has 2 metal feet on it that the roomba constantly tries to climb and gets stuck and gets very loud while trying to get itself unstuck.

It also manages to wedge itself under the front of the couch(it has no problem getting under the couch from the side) and it'll get stuck forever. I've come home to it stuck halfway under the couch multiple times.

Lastly, it likes to try to climb up the cat's scratching post. The base is probably 1/2" and it'll get itself caught on it.

Depends on what you have in your house I suppose.
OH THE SCRATCHING POST! You're absolutely right, mine *does* get stuck on it. The super tall one from Amazon with a wooden base and top. Yep. You are right lol.
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OH THE SCRATCHING POST! You're absolutely right, mine *does* get stuck on it. The super tall one from Amazon with a wooden base and top. Yep. You are right lol.
I guess all of them do at some point. Best way is to use the magnets so it avoids the areas.
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I got my Bogotte robovac BG800 for $130 6 mths ago which has both mopping & mapping functions from Amazon sale. Now the price has gone back up. I used to have the 35C and returned it to Home Depot (got it for $199 back then).

Happy with my Bagotte as it also has 2200Pa vacuum suction force which is great for carpet.
Battery last for me 1hr before it recharges and you can set multiple schedules in a day unlike the 35C which only has 1 schedule per day.

The 35C is really outdated technology. Should be below $100. The robo technology is also outdated in it.
Well...you've convinced me to give this vac a try....

EDIT: Two weeks later. The Bagotte BG800 is going back. Worked fine for what it is for 10 days and then...map went 'poof'. Returning. Bagotte may have been a 'one of' lemon but I will not know.
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