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Ecovacs Deebot Ozmo U2 2-in-1 Robot Vacuum Cleaner & Mop EXPIRED

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Walmart has the Ecovacs Deebot Ozmo U2 2-in-1 Robot Vacuum Cleaner & Mop on sale for $101.33 -> Now $87.88. Shipping is free.

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Specifications:
  • Color: Black
  • Navigation Type: Random + Hard Floor Mode
  • Cleaning Mode: Auto, Spot, Edge
  • Vacuum Components: Main brush
  • Carpet Detection: no
  • Vacuum Power Adjustment: Yes(Manual)
  • Dust Bin Capacity (ml): 400
  • Floating Main Brush: Fixed
  • Type of Reservoir: Plate + Mop
  • Water Level Adjustment: Yes
  • Map Generated by App: no
  • FW OTA: Yes
  • Voice Report: Yes
  • Time Scheduling: Yes
  • Continuous Cleaning: no
  • Size of Robot (φxH,mm): 337*339*79
  • Noise Value (dBA ): 66/71/77
  • Battery Specifications (Type, mAh): Li-ion 2600mAh
  • Working Time (min): 110
  • Charging Time (H): 4.5
  • Rated Power of Robot (W): 26
  • Working Voltage of Robot (V): 14.4
  • Model No. of Charging Dock: RC General Charging Dock
Pack includes:
  • 1 x Robot
  • 1 x Charging dock
  • 4 x Side Brushes
  • 1 x Cleaning Cloth
  • 5 x Disposal Cleaning Cloth
  • 1 x Cloth Plate
  • 2 x High Efficiency Filter
  • 1 x IM package
  • 1 x Cleaning Tool

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Walmart [walmart.com] has the Ecovacs Deebot Ozmo U2 2-in-1 Robot Vacuum Cleaner & Mop on sale for $101.33. Shipping is free.

About this deal:
  • My research indicates that this is $98.66 less (49% savings) than the next best price from a reputable merchant, with prices starting at $199.99 at the time of this posting.
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Syriana asked this question on 09-08-2021 at 11:39 AM
09-08-2021 at 12:24 PM
It comes with the plastic plate that you stick swiffer like pads to.... it's not motorized like the purchase separately one you probably found.
Leo8888 asked this question on 09-08-2021 at 11:54 AM
09-08-2021 at 12:25 PM
Yes, it does come with the charging station.

EDIT: 1 x Charging dock in description
NitsabKB asked this question on 09-08-2021 at 11:40 AM

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This particular robo vac doesn't map your house, but does have IR sensors to avoid hitting everything. No mapping means you can't setup rooms, etc.

But this does have a back and forth option, which is way better than the old smack the wall and go into a random direction. This is more systematic in the way it can clean a room.

For some folks this may be all they need. Can't beat $100 for a decent robo vac with mopping capability.

EDIT: I have a Deeboot N79 (way stupid vac) and a Ozmo T8+, both of which are good vacs. I def recommend Ecovacs as a brand.
Seems awkward to type out a two paragraph response but not google "can you measure with infrared" to learn you are wrong.
From the posting:

​Anti-Collision: Uses infrared sensors and soft cushion bumpers to avoid obstacles and protect your furniture

EDIT: Here is a review about the IR sensors:

https://www.techradar.com/reviews...-deebot-u2

"The infrared sensor around the front of the U2's bumper powers the bot's anti-collision tech. We found it works well when it comes to wall avoidance – stopping just short of large barriers – but it's not quite as proficient at avoiding smaller obstacles like furniture legs.

During our testing, the U2 bumped into chairs and table legs in our test space during every cleaning run, extracting itself from within this obstacle course the same way a bumper car would – awkwardly bumping back and forth until it was free."

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I have a Deebot and it sucks. I like eufy better
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This particular robo vac doesn't map your house, but does have IR sensors to avoid hitting everything. No mapping means you can't setup rooms, etc.

But this does have a back and forth option, which is way better than the old smack the wall and go into a random direction. This is more systematic in the way it can clean a room.

For some folks this may be all they need. Can't beat $100 for a decent robo vac with mopping capability.

EDIT: I have a Deeboot N79 (way stupid vac) and a Ozmo T8+, both of which are good vacs. I def recommend Ecovacs as a brand.
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Quote from jugernot :
This particular robo vac doesn't map your house, but does have IR sensors to avoid hitting everything. No mapping means you can't setup rooms, etc.

But this does have a back and forth option, which is way better than the old smack the wall and go into a random direction. This is more systematic in the way it can clear a room.

For some folks this may be all they need. Can't beat $100 for a decent robo vac with mopping capability.
Infrared doesn't prevent it from hitting things. The vacuum uses infrared to find it's way back to the charge base, just like a tv remote communicating with it's tv. The vacuum will bump into things and use sensors on the front bumper to continuously bump until it is free.
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Quote from SeikenDensetsu :
Infrared doesn't prevent it from hitting things. The vacuum uses infrared to find it's way back to the charge base, just like a tv remote communicating with it's tv. The vacuum will bump into things and use sensors on the front bumper to continuously bump until it is free.
From the posting:

​Anti-Collision: Uses infrared sensors and soft cushion bumpers to avoid obstacles and protect your furniture

EDIT: Here is a review about the IR sensors:

https://www.techradar.com/reviews...-deebot-u2

"The infrared sensor around the front of the U2's bumper powers the bot's anti-collision tech. We found it works well when it comes to wall avoidance – stopping just short of large barriers – but it's not quite as proficient at avoiding smaller obstacles like furniture legs.

During our testing, the U2 bumped into chairs and table legs in our test space during every cleaning run, extracting itself from within this obstacle course the same way a bumper car would – awkwardly bumping back and forth until it was free."
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Does it auto mop hard floors or do you have to tell it when to mop vs vacuum? (TIA)
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Does it auto mop hard floors or do you have to tell it when to mop vs vacuum? (TIA)
You have to install the mop when you want it mop... it's not auto.
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i once purchase non-map vacbot. it was exciting at first but they get annoying real fast. Because they take forever to clean and bump into everything because they have to map the place out for every clean. AVOID!

spend a $100+ more for a vacbot that save the room map so they know where the walls at next time they clean. That save you plenty of cleaning time. Google assistant/alexa connectivity is another neat feature incase you want the bot to dock early.
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been in the market for one of these for a while. i like the simutaneous vacuum/mop option. for $100 seems insane not to give it a go . . .
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Quote from jugernot :
This particular robo vac doesn't map your house, but does have IR sensors to avoid hitting everything. No mapping means you can't setup rooms, etc.

But this does have a back and forth option, which is way better than the old smack the wall and go into a random direction. This is more systematic in the way it can clean a room.

For some folks this may be all they need. Can't beat $100 for a decent robo vac with mopping capability.

EDIT: I have a Deeboot N79 (way stupid vac) and a Ozmo T8+, both of which are good vacs. I def recommend Ecovacs as a brand.
The stupidity of my n79 is what makes it special. laugh out loud
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You have to install the mop when you want it mop... it's not auto.
Thanks for your reply!
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I have a Deebot and it sucks. I like eufy better
I don't have this deebot but the 2 I have are amazing!
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