robocleaner wrote:Yes it does all look very smart, clever and innovative: But as usual with virtually all Samsung products (at least the 5 I own), it seems to me to be yet another triumph of form over function: It still doesn't suck, and still has a bin the size of a matchbox... which kinda misses the point for a vacuum cleaner, doesn't it?
a4refillpad wrote:not great on carpet but mine is a fantastic resident in the kitchen, picking up crumbs right up to edges to the plinths. Cannot clean corners as well as this though. Big bins are unnecessary on hard floors and I find emptying once a week with the hauzen running multiple times a day more than sufficient.
a4refillpad wrote:I have a gen3 hauzen it is not great on carpet as its primarily designed for hard floors. I previously had a gen 4 navibot but got rid of it due to the small brush and frustration at how it did not like approaching edges. I also had lots of issues with it running out of memory and restarting towards the end of the run but that maybe down to bad luck.
I am very happy with my hauzen as it is very pretty and has a large brush and follows walls and curves like the gen5s and very rarely gets lost.
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