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This is a very simple unit.  There is no docking station, just a wall charger with a port.  This is not nearly as rugged as a Roomba.(we have owned several generations of Roomba and Scooba)  I have run the unit through through one cycle. The edge sensors did keep it from running off the staircase landing and it does an acceptable job of light vacuuming on flat carpet and wood floors.

Navigates automatically
Works under beds, furniture and other hard-to-reach areas
3 cleaning modes
Easy-clean dustbin with filters
Large main brush and dual side spinning brushes for maximum coverage  edge cleaning
Includes rechargeable battery and AC adapter


Video Demo 

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Bought one last year and returned it a week later. Stops when it transitions from a carpet to a small rug. In other words, it stops when it goes over anything a 1/2 or so. Not even close to a Rhoomba.

It doesn't stop at a transition, it gets stuck and keeps running. There's no sensing that it is in trouble. I use this to clean up a concrete floor in my basement since that's the only place it can operate.

After using it today, this unit is for tile, vinyl, concrete wood floors or low profile carpet only. The demo video makes this very clear. As previous posters stated it does not handle transitions to rugs, etc.

It works very well in my office with low profile carpet.

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