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  • manisanJR
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    If you have made up your mind to get a robot vacuum cleaner, it is of course advisable to get the maximum amount of convenience you can get. Go for the vacuum cleaners that will go back to their docking station once they have finished cleaning the room. The docking station is important, because this is where the vacuum cleaners get charged. Generally, a full charging process for a robot vacuum only takes about three hours, but the charging time can be more depending on the model you buy.

    For brand, I recommend you iRomba RObot. They have good quality and easy to programmed. Best robot vacuum review can be seen here ==>https://www.bestvacuumcleaners20.co.uk

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  • sarabjot
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    Don't go to Ace. It's not good. I request all the buyers to beware.

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  • Avamill90
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    Great gift from my fiancé, a Roomba 690. I have never owned one until now! It's awesome because I own 3 dogs and it really keeps my hardwood clean. Easy to clean. I have a three bedroom smaller house and it will vacuum entire thing on battery life and when it's done it goes home to charger. You can also control it thru your phone when you're at work you can turn it on. It gets stuck under my couch sometimes or at the edge it can't get out. It makes some noise and turns off I have to move it from the couch. That is annoying but I blame the couch that is sunk in lol.
    Eufy is among the fastest growing robot vacuum brands. The brand boasts a range of robot vacuums models. But has it outshone Roomba?

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  • kittikat
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    Hi Angelita and Jstar,

    I had my eye on the Krisbow iRobot too, but many people told me they were disappointed by it

    Jstar,
    Just curious, did you bring your Roomba to Indonesia? If so, any problem with the custom?

    Thanks!

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  • Angelita
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    Thanks again, jstar!

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  • Joe Writeson
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    Originally posted by jstar View Post
    About the robot vacuum; you need a model which has an auto return to the docking station to recharge, is sucks to do that manually or even to replace the batteries.
    .....I was under the impression ALL vacuum cleaners sucked...

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  • Anglian
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    I bought 2 lamps for exterior lighting, didnt last a week, 2 shower hose, didnt last two long, one of those spinner mop things, lasted about 3 weeks, if I want any electrical gadgets I go to the main Krisbo shop, no problems so far with their stuff

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  • Joe Writeson
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    Originally posted by waarmstrong View Post
    If you get a Indonesian knock-off, it will probably go out for a smoke on the way back to the docking station.
    ........and want to renegotiate cost after a month on duty

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  • waarmstrong
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    Originally posted by jstar View Post
    About the robot vacuum; you need a model which has an auto return to the docking station to recharge, is sucks to do that manually or even to replace the batteries.
    If you get a Indonesian knock-off, it will probably go out for a smoke on the way back to the docking station.

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  • Joe Writeson
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    Robovac 1 : ...nahh we just open the doors and let the rats in for an hour...they soon clear off though when they realise the pickings are pretty slim.....bit disconcerting though when they come back and bring their own pizza....but at least they share!

    Robovac 2 : Just a thought....woulda thought hiring a good housemaid a couple of days a week would be cheaper AND probably more efficient....

    Re Ace Hardware...nothing but good experience including kitting out an Electrical Commissioning Team with hand tools and electrical goods, drills, grinders etc. particularly pleased with the socket sets, the black Vinadium ones...the beauty was speed, we needed to mobilise at very short notice and we could go around picking stuff off the displays...must admit they got annoyed when we tried to sneak a few items into our pockets....but heyyyyyyyy accidents happen....no ...no probs with own brands etc.

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  • jstar
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    I haven't seen Kärcher at ACE though, perhaps there is a mixup with Krisbow since that brand is also often yellow. The blue Nilfisk equipment they have are amazingly expensive. There is Kärcher for sale in Lindeteves (LTC) and Kenari btw. And in the Glodok stores they sell quite some Electrolux. Don't know about vacuum robots.

    Never had problems with the 'good' brands sold at ACE, bought a Metabo sander that was even cheaper than in Europe and which does the job well.

    About the robot vacuum; you need a model which has an auto return to the docking station to recharge, is sucks to do that manually or even to replace the batteries.

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  • waarmstrong
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    Maybe problems are most noted with the Ace Krisbow brand, Lantern, but I am wondering if Ace stores are infected with gremlins who come out at night and mess with the mechanical wares.

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  • lantern
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    Originally posted by waarmstrong View Post
    Don't expect anything mechanical from Ace to last too long.
    Doesn't that just apply to the actual ACE brand and not to brands such as Karcher, Nilfisk or Black & Decker which tend to be quite good?

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  • Angelita
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    Noted, waarmstrong & Anglian. Thanks!

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  • Anglian
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    Originally posted by waarmstrong View Post
    Don't expect anything mechanical from Ace to last too long.
    Your right there Warmie, its the last place I go now to buy anything Mechanical, there return policy is none existent, so buyer beware

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