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# 201912 9-Sep-2016 10:35
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selling my roomba 780 that I installed the ThinkingCleaning wifi module with.   Comes with 3d printer cover to hide wifi module.

 

the wifi module lets you control it from your smartphone.  I had it setup with openHAB (home automation) so it would clean when no one was at home, and if someone was nearing home and it was cleaning, it would go and dock itself.

 

Good condition, was an excellent cleaner, but moved to a two story house so not as useful anymore.

 

 

 

comes with box, virtual walls, charging dock. 

 

 

 

pickup takanini, auckland, price $550.  shipping ill get back to you.


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  # 1626433 9-Sep-2016 11:27
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Note that I have just purchased the above from reven : )


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  # 1626515 9-Sep-2016 12:52
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moved to a two story house so not as useful anymore.

 

 

 

I detect an insufficiency of geekishness... what you really need is a way to lift the Roomba up to the top storey when everyone is downstairs, and vice versa (although maybe gravity would suffice?)

 

A helical ramp inside a pipe would do. But really, I'm thinking automated lifts, winches, catapults, quadcopters, ...

 

Hoping @dacraka has a multi-storey house, or is now planning to shift to one.

 

 


 
 
 
 




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  # 1626536 9-Sep-2016 13:17
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frankv:

 

 

 

moved to a two story house so not as useful anymore.

 

 

 

I detect an insufficiency of geekishness... what you really need is a way to lift the Roomba up to the top storey when everyone is downstairs, and vice versa (although maybe gravity would suffice?)

 

A helical ramp inside a pipe would do. But really, I'm thinking automated lifts, winches, catapults, quadcopters, ...

 

Hoping @dacraka has a multi-storey house, or is now planning to shift to one.

 

 

 

 

damn i just sold it too :P

 

sunken lough/dining + 2 story == not roomba friendly.


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