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Even after spending hundreds of pounds on the new self-emptying Roomba, there will still be lots of places in your home that require another vacuum to clean them. It’s a problem common to all robot vacuums—except the new Coral One. Built into this robovac is a removable hand vac that can be used to clean anywhere in your home the floor-constrained robot can’t—like stairs or shelves.
With cameras, lasers, sensors, powerful batteries, and enough smarts to plan efficient routes through your home, the current generation of robovacs are very good at ensuring every square inch of your floors gets cleaned. But those improvements have pushed their price tags closer to £1,000, which doesn’t factor in the cost of another vacuum that can
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