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Anker eufy RoboVac G30 Verge Robot Vacuum with Home Mapping EXPIRED

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Walmart has Anker eufy RoboVac G30 Verge Robot Vacuum with Home Mapping for $149. Shipping is free.

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Features:
  • Home Mapping: With the Path Tracking Sensor, Home Mapping allows for purposeful cleaning across all surfaces when compared to random path robotic vacuums.
  • 2000Pa of Hard-Hitting Suction: The ultra-strong 2000Pa of suction power ensures more debris is picked up across all surfaces giving you noticeably cleaner floors.
  • App Control with Cleaning History: Complete all your cleaning needs right from your smartphone. When the job is done check-out where and when your RoboVac cleaned.
  • Set Boundary Strips: Exclude your kid's play area or your pet's bed. RoboVac uses specialized dual-Hall Sensors to detect the Boundary Strips you set, ensuring it only cleans the areas required.
  • What You Get: RoboVac G30 Verge, Charging Base, 6.6 ft. Boundary Strips, AC Power Adapter, 2 Side Brushes, Additional Unibody Filter, Cleaning Tool, 5 Cable Ties, Welcome Guide, and our Worry-free 12-month Warranty.
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Picked up two of these yesterday to replace my old Neato D3, as the battery was not holding more than a 10 min charge anymore. The suction power is superior on these Eufys, the mapping is decent, and they haven't gotten lost yet. They don't seem to like rugs, but I can move those if needed. Overall, really happy with them for the price.
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Quote from DanielMena9 :
I'm not alone! Please update if eufy is good and will send a replacement rubbish tray. Don't love returning things.
Called Eufy support, USA: 1-800-988-7973 Monday to Sunday 6:15AM to 6:45 PM (PT), on Saturday. Spoke to an American CSR. Gave her the serial number and my email address. She sent me an email and I had to reply with a screenshot of my receipt from my Walmart account page. Received an email this morning that a new dust bin is being shipped.

Edit 11-1: received the dust bin today from CA. Great customer support.
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I have the Eufy 30c. The first year it cleaned pretty well when it was not getting stuck on something which was frequently. I would have to empty the bin daily which was always full of dust after a days cleaning. There are a few issues with these vacuums. The biggest issue is the roller which wears out the parts on the vacuum side. I called support and they basically told me it is a bad design that they don't have plans to fix. If you don't mind throwing out the vacuum and buying a new one every one to two years this may work for you. My vacuum now sits unused in the corner of the room until I can replace it with a Roomba J7+. The second biggest issue with this vacuum is that it gets stuck constantly under furniture even with the strips laid down correctly. It also gets stuck on random things left on the floor. Be prepared to do a full scan of the house every morning to pick up anything left on the ground. Kids toys, socks, rugs, etc.. It rarely went a full cleaning without getting stuck and having to be carried back to the charger at the end of the day.
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Quote from BobTN :
Called Eufy support, USA: 1-800-988-7973 Monday to Sunday 6:15AM to 6:45 PM (PT), on Saturday. Spoke to an American CSR. Gave her the serial number and my email address. She sent me an email and I had to reply with a screenshot of my receipt from my Walmart account page. Received an email this morning that a new dust bin is being shipped.
Thank you so much for the steps! @BobTN followed them and eufy support crew was nice. They said if everything checked out, they'd ship me one for free.
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I have the Eufy 30c. The first year it cleaned pretty well when it was not getting stuck on something which was frequently. I would have to empty the bin daily which was always full of dust after a days cleaning. There are a few issues with these vacuums. The biggest issue is the roller which wears out the parts on the vacuum side. I called support and they basically told me it is a bad design that they don't have plans to fix. If you don't mind throwing out the vacuum and buying a new one every one to two years this may work for you. My vacuum now sits unused in the corner of the room until I can replace it with a Roomba J7+. The second biggest issue with this vacuum is that it gets stuck constantly under furniture even with the strips laid down correctly. It also gets stuck on random things left on the floor. Be prepared to do a full scan of the house every morning to pick up anything left on the ground. Kids toys, socks, rugs, etc.. It rarely went a full cleaning without getting stuck and having to be carried back to the charger at the end of the day.
I also have a 35C. You can get a replacement roller brush, filters, and the front sweep brushes cheap from Amazon. My battery died after 3 years use, got one from Amazon for $17., works fine now.
Yeah, it will get stuck on stuff if you leave it laying around, like the laces on my shoes, but any robo vac will. About ~75% of the time it finds its way back to the charger. The charger should be placed in a spot where it can easily find it. Granted sometimes that's not easy.
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I have the G30 from Amazon.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07RHZ6...UTF8&psc=1

Is this deal from Walmart better. Couldn't find the difference.
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For $149 I am going to bite. While I think 129 would be a slick deal I think 149 is a great price for what youre getting - provided it works. Which brings me to my question. Should I add the extended warranty on this? I never do that but am wondering if I should. It's $18 for 2 years or $24 for 3 years. It says it covers:

Mechanical & Electrical Failures
Item Failures During Normal Use, or from Normal Wear & Tear
Other Common Malfunctions

Is it worth to spring a little more or is this pretty reliable? Thanks!
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For $149 I am going to bite. While I think 129 would be a slick deal I think 149 is a great price for what youre getting - provided it works. Which brings me to my question. Should I add the extended warranty on this? I never do that but am wondering if I should. It's $18 for 2 years or $24 for 3 years. It says it covers:

Mechanical & Electrical Failures
Item Failures During Normal Use, or from Normal Wear & Tear
Other Common Malfunctions

Is it worth to spring a little more or is this pretty reliable? Thanks!
I'm not going to tell you generally if warranties are a good idea, but I will tell you my experience with Walmart warranties on non-electronics.

Basically as long as you're past your manufacturer warranty (1 year most cases), they'll ask you to visit a Walmart store for quicker service or you can do the thing online if you want the ship and replace route. I generally always recommend going to the store, since they'll literally just replace the item on the spot at the customer service center or cut you a Walmart gift card for the original amount if they don't carry it anymore. Going the gift card route always guarantees the least amount of headache for you and the employee(s) helping you.

Just a heads up though - most credit card companies offer an additional warranty for products bought using the card. You just go through a claims process and they'll usually offer you statement credit or reimbursement credit (up to the amount of purchase) if you bring it to a reputable repair center. Check your specific CC for details.
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I had an E5 Roomba that was a gift. It was basic but our first robot vac. My dog had an accident and the Roomba spread crap all over my house... We have recovered from the trauma but the Roomba had too be trashed. Would this be an decent alternative to the E5?
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I had an E5 Roomba that was a gift. It was basic but our first robot vac. My dog had an accent and the Roomba spread crap all over my house... We have recovered from the trauma but the Roomba had too be trashed. Would this be an decent alternative to the E5?
What kind of accent? French? British?
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What kind of accent? French? British?
A shitty one
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How do you tell it to avoid under the sofa or bed as we have things stored there. through strips ? since there is mapping can u put no-zones on the app ?
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is sams club's 250 usd roomba better?
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How do you tell it to avoid under the sofa or bed as we have things stored there. through strips ? since there is mapping can u put no-zones on the app ?
Bed skirts that reach almost to the floor. Both of our Eufys steer clear of under our beds.
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In for two. Thanks OP.
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