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Quick Video of my iRobot Verro 100 Above Ground Pool Cleaning Robot in Action

I uploaded a quick (~2 minutes), unedited video from my Flip Video camera of my new iRobot Verro 100 Above Ground Pool Cleaning Robot in action (one of my stuffy, talkative daughters provides the unrelated audio...). This is the second time that I'm using it and I must say it's everything that I hoped for. It has very simple operation - essentially just put one of the two types of reusable mesh bags in the collection canister and dump the robot in the pool to do its thing. It takes about two hours, you pull it out of the pool after a 20 minute cool off period, then you dump out and hose off the mesh bag in the cannister, and it's ready to go again. It's not quite as intelligent as the Roomba, which I discussed previously here, but it does what it's supposed to, pretty much cleaning the whole pool in an efficient manner. It's certainly much easier and more effective than me doing it myself manually. Here's the video:

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New Evidence - The Nazca Lines were made by robots!

Yes, you read that right, the famous Nazca Lines in Peru were made by robots and I have proof! After unleashing...

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