iRobot Dirt Dog Cleans Your Workshop, Not Your Home

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dirty places, like its workshop namesake, the Dirt Dog has a 40% larger bin than the standard Roomba. The Dirt Dog has two bristle brushes that spin at 1,000 rotations a minute to pick up heavier debris, like nails and woodchips, things that you wouldn’t normally find in your living room.

The Dirt Dog is the same size as the standard Roomba, but probably shouldn’t be used in your carpet or other areas because it’s more heavy duty than home-friendly. It’s priced at $129.99, and will be available Friday on the iRobot website.

Press Release [Yahoo via MAKE]

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