Did you ever get your Trilobite to test?
sys12345 wrote:Are you still using the Trilo now? Any reliability issues? I noticed that the Trilo does not have castor wheels as well, will it leave marks on hardwood flooring?
sys12345 wrote:Pachovia, thanks 4 the feedback. Its certainly a lot of $$$ to pay for a robotic vacuum cleaner. Have you done any comparison between the Roomba and the Trilo for hard floorings? I was just wondering if the Trilo actually cleans better than the Roomba for hard floors, i.e. if the more powerful vacuum makes a difference?
eqwalker wrote:Well, the ZA2 arrived and after I built a power adapter to plug the charger base in, I let it charge up and started it up. I have to say, the Trilobite is definitely a good performer. It has much more suction than the Roomba and does have this certain amount of superior intelligence to it. It is very well constructed and performed well on my med. pile carpet. Other than it trying to dock to my subwoofer after it completed it's cleaning cycle, it operated perfectly. Even after several attempts to dock to my subwoofer it finally gave up and went on around the wall till it did get back to it's charger. All in all, a fine piece of equipment. And, of course, for the price, it should be. Although, I will say I paid less than the Amercan version of the Trilobite even getting it from overseas.
eqwalker wrote:No, I ordered it from "letsautomate.com" in the UK and had it shipped here.
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