iRobot 110 Dirt Dog Workshop Robot
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- Cleaning machine for hard floors, shop carpets, or industrial-floor surfaces
- Simple one-button operation; high-speed, counter-rotating brushes
- Stair avoidance system; oversized dust bin; fully charges in 7 hours
- Standard battery and charger, cleaning tool, and owner's guide included
- Measures approximately 13 by 13 by 4 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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iRobot Dirt Dog picks up what you throw down. Command it to clean and it gets to work sweeping under workbenches, cars and other hard-to-reach places. It picks up the nuts, bolts, dirt, and other debris from your shop floor. You've done enough; leave the cleaning to a robot. iRobot Dirt Dog's oversized dust bin and high-speed, counter-rotating brushes keep your workspace clean. Use on hard floors, shop carpets or industrial floor surfaces only.
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|Item Dimensions||1 x 1 x 1 in||2.3 x 7 x 2.2 in||11 x 12 x 2.5 in||9.06 x 9.44 x 4.72 in||13.8 x 13.8 x 3.6 in||11.8 x 11.8 x 3 in|
|Item Weight||—||0.94 lb||6 lbs||5.38 lbs||8.6 lbs||4.5 lbs|
|Runtime||—||—||—||75 minutes||75 minutes||—|
|Additional Features||bagless||Cordless||Easy to use one-button feature, replacement accessories available/included||—||5x stronger power, Expanded entire level coverage, 75 minute runtime, Ideal for pet hair, Wi-Fi connected||damp mopping|
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I've had my dog for 4 years now. I've changed the brushes and got an extended battery for it. I thought its life was done recently, because it was spinning in circles chasing its imaginary tail. Fortunately, I followed the support instructions and the little guy is good to go.
I love coming home to a nearly vacuum house. I put it on as I leave for the day, and enjoy the little hide and seek game of finding where its stop to rest.
I have relied heavily on this critter because, I have back issues which make it hard to use any other vacuum.
I use it on a rug that is more industrial geared. I really appreciate it picking up screws, nails, coins w/o clogging. Its only issue are SOCKS. It loves socks, yet socks are bad for it, and it gets caught in its throat and whimpers. Its in this section because its my fault the sock is on the floor.
CON: It is drawn toward electric wires. I don't know if that's part of the parking programing, but its far too often resting on top of wires, near an outlet. It will work frantically in order to get to the wires, regardless of the obstacles I use to block its path.
DD is VERY effective at cleaning, as effective as a roomba or a good upright. The issue is that the DD is not designed to keep the kind of fine dust, dog and human hair that accumulates in a living space out of its internal parts. This is what kills the product. I suppose if you were super aggressive on cleaning and maintaining it you could keep it running longer, but isn't the whole point of iRobots to save time?
The Amazon page discreetly says something about the DD being intended for shop floors, etc. The irobot web page, buried in their FAQs, says that the DD should NOT be used for regular indoor cleaning -- even, as I found, if you have non-carpet floors. This should be mentioned more prominently.
I loved the DD although it is not as sophisticated as the roomba. I felt like I spent a lot of time picking up chairs, etc. so it would clean more effectively. The cliff sensors work but will generate an error so you have to block off the stairs anyway. if you have Scandinavian style chairs (ikea Poang) the robot will run up on the flat part of the legs and get stuck. You have to keep cords and the like off the floor.
Until iRobot makes an indoor-specific sweeper robot (which I hope they or a competitor do), I would buy the Dirt Dog for indoors ONLY if you live without pets and significant amounts of dust (ie not like most people). Otherwise the annoyance and hassle of having to replace your robot is not worth the $100 or so you'll save up front.
You do have to be somewhat careful to ensure that you do not have any floor mats, or anything on the floor that is of size greater than 1/2" X 1/2", as it is fairly prone to clogging up. When it does clog up though, it is very good about stopping on its own, and signaling that there is an issue that need attention. Giving credit to the unit's design, clogs are very easily dealt with, and only take a few seconds to deal with.
My only complaint about the unit is in the lifetime costs. Since it is a battery operated device, just as anything with a battery, with frequent use the battery loses its charge capacity after about 2 years. The replacement battery for this unit, at the time of writing this review, is right around $60. In my opinion, maintenance items for a unit should not be 50% of the cost to purchase a new unit entirely, which is why I have given it four stars as opposed to five.
Well, we might not have gotten that far, but robotic floor cleaners and sweepers are here.
Thinking this would keep the garage floor tidy, I happily charged up the new pet.
It is a very nice sweeper, but just doesn't seem to get the bits that lurk in crevices and corners.
Maybe if I put an apron and a lacy cap on it...
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