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[Amazon.ca] Ecovacs Deebot N79 Robotic Vacuum Cleaner, Strong Suction, Wi-Fi Connected $200

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Sr. Member
Aug 11, 2008
999 posts
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in comparison to ilife A4, the additional wifi only allows to use IR remote control functions from phone app? or there are differences? Is it google home compatible?
Jr. Member
Nov 24, 2017
165 posts
73 upvotes
Thanks OP! I bought one, can't wait to try it out!

Reviews and videos for this were great. Never owned a robot vacuum and my upright vacuum's motor failed last week and was looking for a new vacuum.
Jr. Member
Jan 26, 2012
190 posts
22 upvotes
BRAMPTON
felixpau wrote: Does n79 have google connectivity? I have the n79s and I know there's connectivity there. On the amazon page and several other comparison sites indicate the n79 does not.
How is the n79s? For anyone interested I believe it's on sale over at Amazon.COM for $160US.
Newbie
Jan 3, 2019
89 posts
55 upvotes
Bought this guy at Canadian tire for $225 that comes with $20 gift card. Not bad for that price, only thing that I don't want is that it goes on the same spot multiple times, wish I'd go for the one with laser mapping tech, other than that it works pretty well, not that loud either, also love it that I can control it in 3 different ways, the remote, my phone, and google home. damn you never know how much dust and dirt you have on your floor 'til you use one of this thing.
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Jul 7, 2018
74 posts
53 upvotes
GTA
billy_z wrote: Just ordered one... But does it work well for homes with a lot of clutters on the floor? e.g toys
Most of the time it will push it around. Unless it gets in to a corner and some curved object lift the vacuum up, then it might get under it. I haven’t had had much trouble with objects on the ground. The only time it get stuck is when I leave charging cables on the floor and it got caught a few times. It will just stop vacuuming and wait for help to remove the obstacles.
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Nov 17, 2003
1725 posts
567 upvotes
Edmonton
I have the n79S. it's not bad for the price. I'd say really good for a random pather. It does like to go 4X4 mode sometimes over mountains of cords. the other morning I found it in the middle of the floor with a half eaten bathing suit top (in the kitchen). It's possessed. In my house it almost never makes it back to the dock. It usually gets hung up eventually but that more so because of all the obstacles I have. However, the bin is always full so it is cleaning and I have taken the vacuum out far far less than before. And this is a household with many dogs. The "S" from what I believe allows you to use the app to control and gives it alexa compatibility. Not google.

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Newbie
Feb 11, 2012
79 posts
5 upvotes
Toronto
If anyone plans on returning theirs please PM me
Sr. Member
Jan 27, 2013
794 posts
754 upvotes
I own 2 of the 900 mapping deebot. Amazing tech for the price. I think the m80pro with wet mopping attachment is the same spec as the dry n79. It's only 225

ECOVACS DEEBOT M80 Pro Robot Vacuum Cleaner with Strong Suction, for Pet Hair, Low-Pile Carpet, Bare Floors, WiFi Connected (DM80Pro) https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B01NA08FT0/ref ... rCbH0K3RZZ
Jr. Member
Nov 7, 2017
165 posts
115 upvotes
Toronto, ON
I'm kinda new to the smart vacuum world so this may seem like a dumb question, but does the vacuum know edges/cliffs? For an example, if I let it do the upstairs floor of my house, will it know the edge of the staircase so it doesn't tumble down?
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Jan 27, 2013
794 posts
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Nev0513 wrote: I'm kinda new to the smart vacuum world so this may seem like a dumb question, but does the vacuum know edges/cliffs? For an example, if I let it do the upstairs floor of my house, will it know the edge of the staircase so it doesn't tumble down?

They have edge sensors

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