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POWERbot is $300 off plus you get a $100 e-certificate. So it's half of original $799 on Samsung.com: http://www.samsung.com/us/home-ap...9040wg-aa/
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Created 12-01-2016 at 05:40 AM by strwmn
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I love mine... About 2x the power of roomba... Works perfect for our basement... I scored mine for new $199 at frys a few months back.
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Frys deal was good in store only, and lower model. Since I'm in new york, Samsung.com deal works great for me.
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It was $250 from Target.
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was going to purchase the black friday target deal until i did a little more research. my disclaimer is that the research is very limited, but the one that the op posted has 5.9 W of suction.

this other one for $449 has 20 W of suction.
http://www.samsung.com/us/home-ap...9010ug-aa/

goes all the way up to 40 w. why would a model that only have 5.9 w of suction be price comparable to ones that are 20+w? older models?

additionally, could they make the models any more confusing? nine different models, NINE, some of them are "named" like the turbo robot, (which has wifi) and then the wi-fi robot. Others have "series" such as SR20H9050. ??????????
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I luv mine!!! Works great around the house does 90% of my job for me. It actually vacuums instead of sweeps like some of the other brands.
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Specialist23 knows a lot. I also did much research and concluded the model naming as follows:
9350 (Turbo). This is top of the line.
9250 - This replaced 9050 and second in the line.
9040 - Also called WiFi and third in the line.
9020 - 4th.
9000 - 5th. This is in Target stores.

The infomercial I've seen is on 9040 WiFi model. It's the middle piece in the line and my sister loves it. Samsung.com's 12 days of deals has it today and I bought it.
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15% restocking fee applies if returned. Another factor to consider if planning to buy.
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It was $250 from Target.
Target and Fry's deals are for lower end models. This current deal at Samsung is smoking hot as it sells for $599 everywhere else and has Wifi and is more advanced than the other deals.

Current deal is on VR2AJ9040WG/AA - POWERbot Wi-Fi Robot Vacuum

Using Discover 10% cash back and if you find the use for Samsung $100 e-giftcard you can have it for almost $280. I just ordered and if I get the e-gift card before EPP deals end, I can use it to order the TV I just cancelled.
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Samsung.com's return policy states they "may" assess restocking fee, but I had returned 2 of my prior purchases within 30 days and I was not charged on either.
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I don't know how I ever lived my life without one. Just makes everything so much easier and gives me more time to enjoy my day.

Definitely recommended as a gift
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Is it safe to leave any Samsung products with a battery unattended in your house? Partly bashing but the record recently isn't great and they might be trying to unload them?
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I love this thing. I can't get enough of it. I want to run it all the time. It always finds thing to pick up!
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Got mine from Target's BF deal. Great that it has a camera that maps. Goes in a pattern instead of bumping around. Can't complain.
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How does this compare to roomba 880?
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