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[Amazon.ca] iLife and eufy Robo Vacs on sale on Amazon.ca

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[Amazon.ca] iLife and eufy Robo Vacs on sale on Amazon.ca

Amazon Canada seems to be having a sale on a iLife and eufy robo vacs.
I found a thread for the A9, but I listed it here too just to consolidate everything.

iLife A4: $249 - $50 rebate = $199

iLife A5: $299 - $50 rebate = $249

iLife A9 (new version of the A4): regular price $368, deal price = $314

iLife A8 (new version of the A5): $299 - $30 rebate = $269

eufy Robovac 11S Slim: $299 - $50 rebate = $249

eufy Robovac 11S Max: $339 - $25 rebate = $314

eufy Robovac 15C: regular $399, deal price $319

Cheers.
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Apr 7, 2008
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I'm not sure about all of them, but the iLife A4 has been this rebated price for a while. I've owned this one for about a year, and while it's not one of the "smart" type ones, I'm very pleased with it's performance. It will do it's thing easily for a good 2 hours before needing to be charged.
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Jan 17, 2009
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is there any vacuum that supports multiple floor plans? I have a 3 storie place and don't want to move the robot around all the floors. Or should I just buy 3 cheap ones lol
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xerane wrote: is there any vacuum that supports multiple floor plans? I have a 3 storie place and don't want to move the robot around all the floors. Or should I just buy 3 cheap ones lol
Am I understanding your question correctly? You're looking for a robo vac that can climb stairs? Would they achieve this with some sort of Dr. Octopus arms?
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Vietlord wrote: Am I understanding your question correctly? You're looking for a robo vac that can climb stairs? Would they achieve this with some sort of Dr. Octopus arms?
haha no i meant a robovac with mapping, that can store all 3 floors so it doesn't have to relearn every time. sorry my question was phrased very poorly
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xerane wrote: haha no i meant a robovac with mapping, that can store all 3 floors so it doesn't have to relearn every time. sorry my question was phrased very poorly
But that doesn't solve your issue with moving the robots between all floors :)
get what is cheap, not what you need :lol:
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BB88 wrote: But that doesn't solve your issue with moving the robots between all floors :)
yeah thats true. I guess if the robot can finish 700 sqft in one charge then I should be okay. Moving robot isn't as bad as moving the robot and dock
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Jul 18, 2017
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Hi guys, is this ilife A9 any good ? Wife wants one of those.
I was questioning if I should buy those Xiaomi (cheap yet with mapping) or wait for Black Friday and try to get a deal...
However, since we are in a window for return for BF...
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May 16, 2019
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I can vouch for the eupy 11s. Got it got 209+tax on the prime day sale. I'm just waiting it to drop to $209 again since both my sister and GF wants one once they saw how clean my place was. 🤣
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Adealaday wrote: Hi guys, is this ilife A9 any good ? Wife wants one of those.
I was questioning if I should buy those Xiaomi (cheap yet with mapping) or wait for Black Friday and try to get a deal...
However, since we are in a window for return for BF...
I have the A9 and use it everyday twice! Working amazing so far highly recommended for the price.
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Jan 2, 2009
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i just got received the i9 and i think i will like it better as it has 2 brush ( and spare one ) ,, a remote controle so i can start it anytime i want and a boundery wall ,,,,but the best thing so far ..its more quiet than the roomba675
testing all week to see
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Too bad, was hoping for one with LIDAR as opposed to camera navigation! From the photos it looks like it's camera based nav at least? Another must for a mapping vac is no go lines you can draw through the app as opposed to the physical barriers you need to have in place at all locations.
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redi2roc wrote: I have the A9 and use it everyday twice! Working amazing so far highly recommended for the price.
How long have you had it for? I believe these are from Chinese companies? Any issues with the battery?

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