blasto wrote:Yeah, that was a great and thorough review. Kudos. I just wrote the company for documentation that they might be able to send me.
blasto wrote:I wouldn't even object to the price if it works as advertised. I do worry about there being no US retail support and hearing that it was back ordered just to buy one.
blasto wrote:I wonder what it would be like if you needed to get parts for it?
blasto wrote:I actually like its simplicity. No stupid gimmicks, just utilitarian functionality. From the pictures, the parts look to be the built to typical German high standards.
mfortuna wrote:I am confused about one thing. Grapedrink reported the Karcher doesn't have dirt detect yet it can concentrate on dirty areas. How is that accomplished? Just curious.
robocleaner wrote:Hi Grapedrink! You're clearly delighted with your new Karcher. As you point out, you really do need to try one to realise how good the Karcher is... and it helps when you've had experience with other makes - as you have - to realise that. It's always great to see new Karcher owners adding their views and experiences here!
grapedrink wrote:mfortuna wrote:I am confused about one thing. Grepadrink reported the Karcher doesn't have dirt detect yet it can concentrate on dirty areas. How is that accomplished? Just curious.
There are two optical sensors (the emitter and the receiver) inside the dust bin. When it's running on a dirty surface, the dirt / debris flows between the emitter and the receiver. In such cases robot starts to go forward and back, and forward and back... and so on in a star pattern.
Fairly simple and very effective.
Welcome to Robot Reviews (A little late tho. Worked 5 hours OT last night and didn't come home until very late.)
Thank you for sharing your experience with your new Karcher!!
EDIT: This thread has been cleaned up of certain posts. I had to remove several members' posts to keep it fluid.
angelgirl wrote:I would like to purchase one that does not need to use a transformer in Australia. Can anyone tell me where
I can get one?
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