Moneual RYDIS H67 Hybrid Robot Vacuum Cleaner

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Moneual RYDIS H67 Hybrid Robot Vacuum Cleaner
Price: $149.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Monday, Sep 21 to Tuesday, Sep 22) + transit
Condition: New

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Previous Similar Sales (May not be exact model)
8/7/2015 - $169.99 (Woot Plus)

Reviews over at Best Buy

Check out the product page

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Anyone know how this model compares to the H68? Also, if anyone happens to have one, do you know how it handles little objects that it encounters? I had an older Roomba that was constantly trying to eat the cats’ toys. (And never found its way back to its charging station, but that’s a separate issue…)

Wow! Not a good review at cnet

“Moneual Rydis H67 Pro review:
The robot vacuum that couldn’t”

“A former employee of Moneual, which shocked the financial industry and the market with its large-scale fraud, said in an exclusive interview with the JoongAng Ilbo that the scam by the company’s top executives was planned from day one.”

“But to make it a hit product, the company purchased prime time slots on homeshopping shows. Because the product itself lacked in quality, it needed a cover. So they created a 300 million won advertisement [featuring Korean actor So Ji-sub]. There is no technology that the company created on its own. The robot cleaner was developed by a company with only five to six employees that Moneual acquired.”

This product is apparently one of the biggest scams since the debut of $149.95 plastic doughnut, filled with blue water that claimed to replace washing machine soap by using quantum physics.

Thanks for the link. I saw the cnet review and now this. Made my decision easy.

Note that the warranty is Woot’s, not the manufacturer’s. That’s because they filed BK: Link.

There’s a little more reading material at meh when they sold a handheld.

That’s not the same item, it even says it in the title of the review.