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# 138873 20-Jan-2014 16:04
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Have owned about a half dozen Roomba's over the years and a couple of Scoobas which where pretty good when I had hard floors.

Anyone have any experience with the Samsung Navibot S on carpet?: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9y_I2XADKKs

I'd also like to know the dimensions of the docking station.

Thinking of having one sent over from AU: http://www.harveynorman.com.au/samsung-navibot-s-bagless-robot-vacuum-cleaner-with-docking-station-black.html





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  # 997953 3-Mar-2014 09:21
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In case anyone else was interested, Navibot works pretty well on carpet.

Docking station measures (mm) 60Hx360Wx560D or 730D with 'carpet ramp' and manual recommends a clearance of 500mm either side and 1500mm in front however I've tested and doesn't really need any side clearance.

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  # 998807 4-Mar-2014 13:39
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Wonder if my cats would attack it

 
 
 
 


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  # 998912 4-Mar-2014 16:08
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Tempting. This is what has put me off most robots is the emptying. Would be nice if the dock could plumb in and just send the dust directly away.




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  # 998939 4-Mar-2014 17:04
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Mod it to self empty, probably wouldnt take a lot

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