[bct] Re: Roomba

  • From: "Darren Duff" <dduff@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <blindcooltech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 16 Dec 2005 12:04:28 -0500

Hi Marry.

You will want to roombarize your apartment by picking up small things like 
cords and stuff. But it can go around stacks of books, chairs, and stuff that 
is sitting on the flor. No problem there.

Hth.

Darren.

-----Original Message-----
.From: "Mary Emerson"<maryemerson@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
.Sent: 12/15/05 3:57:45 PM
.To: "blindcooltech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx"<blindcooltech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
.Subject: [bct] Roomba 
.
.Hi Roomba users,
.
.I have a very cluttered apartment and wonder how well the roomba works in 
.such environments. I have stuff not only lining the walls, but also out in 
.the middle, such as my piano which is sort of a room division between the 
.living room and dining area, and I have stuff stacked around in various 
.places; when you live in the same place for 20 years, it just sort of 
.accumulates. So, do you need a relatively uncluttered environment for the 
.roomba to work well, or can it navigate easily around stuff?
.
.Mary 
.
.
.


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