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  Reply # 1884915 17-Oct-2017 10:41
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Dulouz:

I have a large two-storey house with a mixture of carpet, slate and tile floors. Would one of these units be useful?



It has cliff sensors so won’t fall off stairs. They perform well on hard flooring and carpet as long as the carpet isn’t too shaggy.

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  Reply # 1884919 17-Oct-2017 10:54
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Purchased - couldn't resist! Thanks for sharing :).


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1885019 17-Oct-2017 12:06
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Can you set up separate zones? i.e. upstairs, downstairs, self-contained flat And then move it from zone to zone? 





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  Reply # 1885049 17-Oct-2017 12:42
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Dulouz:

Can you set up separate zones? i.e. upstairs, downstairs, self-contained flat And then move it from zone to zone? 



It scans and maps the area it’s working on from scratch each time, so you can move it to different areas and set it going no issues. You can also move the charging station if you want to.

If you put it in a closed room or separate space that doesn’t have the base station in it, it will clean the room, then try to find the base station. When it fails to do so it will return to the starting point and notify that it’s complete. Then you can just pick it up, put it back near the base station, tap the ‘return home’ button and it returns to base and starts charging.

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  Reply # 1885051 17-Oct-2017 12:45
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Purchased, came in at $409.92 NZD. 

 

There is the wife's Christmas present. 


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  Reply # 1885053 17-Oct-2017 12:51
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sheldonlendrum:

 

Purchased, came in at $409.92 NZD. 

 

There is the wife's Christmas present. 

 

 

Does that mean you have to pay GST on it?





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  Reply # 1885058 17-Oct-2017 13:01
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Dulouz:

sheldonlendrum:


Purchased, came in at $409.92 NZD. 


There is the wife's Christmas present. 



Does that mean you have to pay GST on it?



It will depend if it gets checked/inspected when it clears customs.

Note that If stopped, Customs use their own exchange rates to determine the $NZ value. The Customs website has this info.

Also, if you have to pay GST, you will also have to pay handling fees, so it will cost an extra $100 in total, not just the $60 of GST.

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  Reply # 1885159 17-Oct-2017 15:27
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I just got one too, @ashtonaut  you should seriously consider becoming a vacuum cleaner salesperson.

 

 





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  Reply # 1885162 17-Oct-2017 15:34
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Dulouz:

I just got one too, @ashtonaut  you should seriously consider becoming a vacuum cleaner salesperson.


 



And I’m not even getting any kind of kickback! 😀

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  Reply # 1885163 17-Oct-2017 15:35
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@Dulouz He failed in the sense I didn't get a free steam mop... Disappointed.







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  Reply # 1885269 17-Oct-2017 19:47
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Unfortunately it looks like the MIROBOTD coupon has reached its usage limit, so the deal in the OP is no longer available...


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  Reply # 1885984 18-Oct-2017 22:23
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I'm able to apply the code to get the price down to $236USD but the shipping is around $70USD, how did you guys get $40USD shipping?


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  Reply # 1886004 18-Oct-2017 23:43
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Do any of these robots have a feature to not run over cat puke or dog excrement?

 

I know we've all seen the horror photos.

 

 

 

Cheers - N

 

 




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  Reply # 1886013 19-Oct-2017 06:15
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lueyyou:

I'm able to apply the code to get the price down to $236USD but the shipping is around $70USD, how did you guys get $40USD shipping?



$40 TNT shipping is only available with stock from the CN warehouse. The code you applied is only valid for stock in the HK warehouse, which doesn’t have the cheaper TNT shipping option.

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