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|13th October 2008, 21:25||#17|
@binz and @frankmehta and @maddy42 - thanks for the replies
the frisbee was just a random thought after i saw the round roomba shape on the xray scanning screen
@ashthedivx - a way to prove how well it cleans, is by first letting the regular cleaning happen and then on top of it run the roomba and show how much dirt it still picks up
@bass&trouble - i need to get roomba a girlfriend before that happens. I guess when I get scooba, she will have his babies and I will ensure you get one of the first roomblings or scooblings !!
|14th October 2008, 01:10||#18|
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Jassi I really want to get one now. I wonder how Richie Rich felt with Irona running around all the time. Im really messy and almost always have shoes or books lying around on the floor of my room. Is that a problem?
Also incase I get the Scooba, do I need to also get a Roomba to first sweep the floor?
|14th October 2008, 04:05||#20|
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Awwwwe... I love gadgets and this one looks like real sweetie
But my dust trap is the mass of wires behind my computer desk. The maid won't touch it, a machine couldn't even get in there.
But if the ever invent one that can, I'll be very tempted.
Thanks for your story, I really enjoyed. Hope you have many happy years together!
|14th October 2008, 10:32||#23|
As far as scooba goes, lil bit of dirt in a generally clean room will be scooped up, but if you have huge amounts of dirt, she needs help from roomba.
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|14th October 2008, 12:27||#24|
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Interesting toy Jassi I'm surprised something this small is that powerful, shows size does not matter (Bah ! What do women know )
|14th October 2008, 12:38||#25|
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I know exactly what you mean.
I don't see my mom or wife ever using something like this.
My sister however is as lazy as me and she would be happy with it even if it does not really clean. But then my Mom will clean her house as well.
Just today morning during a routine argument with my wife this time about the mop stick, I had just broken. I ended up with a classic. Dont mess with my family on house cleaning gadgets. We know them all.
|14th October 2008, 13:24||#26|
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Very good writeup!
But i was a bit disappointed at the end of it, I mean it was supposed to be a 21st century robot! and there were no arms and legs and face and no voice :( .
|14th October 2008, 15:55||#27|
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Wonderful writeup! Enjoyed every bit.
Have a nice association with Mr. roomba.
|14th October 2008, 19:58||#28|
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