As some others have mentioned, it’s not the smartest little robot vacuum but it gets the job done. We have dark wood floors and 2 cats and the floor is cleaner than we could ever keep them before. You have to let it wander for a good while but if you’re just watching tv or something it’s really not a big deal.
I can’t express how happy I am with this thing. I bought it back when it hit $150 (thanks to this site) and now I wish I had grabbed three of them for family.
This vacuum is a bit dumb (never used a roomba, so I’m not sure how smart it is) in that it takes forever (and sometimes dies) trying to find it’s dock, but other than that it’s pretty fantastic. Haven’t swept or vacuumed since I got it (about a month and a half) and my floors are cleaner than they’ve ever been.
The annual fee is high, but that $300 travel credit offsets it to $150 basically immediately. I went through mine in about a month.
I love this card. I’m not normally one to pay annual fees, or wax philosophically about credit cards, but this one rocks. The $$$$$ fee is offset heavily by the $300 a year travel credit (which has such a broad category of “travel” expenses that it only took me a month to use it all) and the rewards add up quickly,…
Basic economy fare codes begin with the letter N, if you pay attention during booking you can avoid this (or always cancel within 24 hours).
Another huge benefit to this card is that the rental car coverage is “primary” coverage.
I signed up last December when the bonus was 100,000 points for $4k spent, but I did the same math and compared it to a straight cash back card. Chase Reserve doesn’t really require you to be a frequent traveler to really come out ahead, but it does require you to spend a fair amount on “travel” and restaurants. I…
I absolutely love this card and there are so many under-valued and under-rated perks. The most frustrating part would be the airline lounges, but to me I don’t really care about those very often (specifically, many are located in international terminals; flying domestically across Australia I was barely able to access…
As someone who travels primarily in the us, the priority club access has been quite disappointing. It has limited clubs throughout the us and often in the wrong terminals that I need. Other han that, the card is great.
Some people like to hate on Discount Tire but they’ve been the best value for me, even compared to Tire Rack (after install and disposal and whatever other costs there are). Great customer service at the few stores I’ve been to as well.
This is the best deal on basic tires period, get the card and save big. The rebate comes fast too, fill it out online and 2-3 weeks it has arrived for me 3 times so far.
While that’s true, they can be great for the office if you don’t want to act like someone cattle prodded you when someone shows up to say hello. Unless at very loud levels or you have someone right next to you, people probably won’t hear your music.
I wasted all my money on avocado toast 😭
It depends. I bought my first one in a bundle with the Philips Hue bridge. I wasn’t particularly interested, but it seemed kind of fun... now I’m kind of hooked. It’s nice.
If you’re a Prime member, this thing is SO worth the price. What you’re getting is a top-notch bluetooth speaker that can access all of your Amazon music, as well as the millions of songs and playlists in the Amazon Music Library. On top of that, it interfaces with all your smart home devices and apps, so you can talk…
The biggest advantage is the Alexa skills that tie into a lot of 3rd party devices. For exmple, I have a Harmony Smart Control that includes a Harmony Hub, so I just tell Alexa to turn the TV on and off when I walk in the living room, or I’m half asleep on the couch and don’t want to reach for the remote on the coffe…
I have this and I love it! Super easy to set up. Very wind resistant. A couple pockets can be open for good ventilation and breeze when needed. I don’t think it could fit a whole family comfortably unless you like to get in each other’s personal space. Comfortably would be an adult couple and a small child. There is a…
Best part about this is zero set-up. It opens like a big umbrella. Pop it open and throw some stakes in and you are good to go. On really windy days, there are also pockets on the flaps that you can fill with sand to make sure it doesn’t go anywhere.
I bought the Naipo shiatsu massager last time there was a deal (I think it was $48 down from $60, only one was listed). It’s amazing. I mostly use it on my knotty shoulders and lower back, but also used it on a pulled hamstring. Recommend.