Never knew how many knock off ibots there were until eye signed up to be apart of meh. Just when eye thought my list has peaked they send me to wayfair for another whole complete spectrum. Eye am sorry personally eye would never go cheap on a self running bot vacuum. Stick to those you know and you should not go wrong. Grant it there likely all made originally from China. It is just that those not sold in brick and mortar stores; likely do not have the same durability and long term withstanding to constant use. As the ones we really know of. Buy at your own discretion.
Looks similar to the ironpie m6 I drunk bought during a mehrathon.
In general as I don’t have this one. It works and was not as dumb as I expected. I pick up crap before I run it but it mostly does fine on all hardwoood. Yes it gets stuck under things. I try an remidiate to block those off. sometimes because it got stuck and I restarted it can’t find it’s base. I would not expect much on carpet.
Again not this company/model. And I’m still generally happy with my dumb cheap bot for how I use it
I do not understand the appeal of these non-life-enhancing gadgets. They really do not clean that well, cost a lot, and a lot of thinking is involved (unboxing, instructions, assembly, errant operation, breakdown, etc). Why not just take a zen vacuum break: wear noise-cancelling headphone & get a little exercise while actually cleaning the floor?
@whomeyesu It’s from experience the other way around. I have a power strip on the ground and power outlet rocker switches on each tap. From time to time my roomba bumps into a switch and turns off/on a device. Bad roomba!