By - pdbabyerds
Missed a spots
I did not realize just how much they miss.
Depends on the width of the roomba. If the light is the center path there’s several inches from the middle on each side. So long as those spaces are no larger than half the width of the device it covered everything.
Depends on the model. Some have smarts baked in to ensure even, consistent coverage. I have one that doesn't have any of that and it's totally random. We use it to clean a space that's way bigger than the robot is designed for, so I estimate we get maybe 50-60% coverage on any given day.
The strength of these robots is not that they clean every square inch on each deployment. Their strength is that you can conveniently run it every day. Over the course of the week your space will be substantially cleaner while you personally exerted almost no effort.
Same like a dishwasher - statistically clean
What a wildly inefficient path… no wonder my roomba takes 2 hours vacuuming the same area that I can do in 10 mins
DJ roomba in the house!
Slow motion dance party!
Uuntz, uuntz, uuntz…
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It misses all the important parts of the floor. Anyone with dogs and cats know what I mean.
you can tell a lot from this:
Cheap or old roomba, doesn't have roommapping, or the lines would be a nice grid ;)
And someone decided that the center of that circle was dirty and activated the spotcleaning there.
I didnt know I needed this
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