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For those who have everything: iRobot Looj 330

Made by the same company that gave the world the Roomba robot vacuum cleaner, this gadget will clean up dirt and leaf clutter.

Scratch a chore off the fall to-do list without the normal fuss. Simply “set the iRobot Looj 330 at one end of a gutter and watch it brush away debris at 500 RPM.” Made by the same company that gave the world the Roomba robot vacuum cleaner, this gadget needs just five minutes to clear a 30-foot stretch of dirt and leaf clutter. Because it’s engineered to be waterproof, the machine can operate in damp gutters and clean up with a quick spray from the hose. Because you don’t want to dirty your hands, the detachable handle doubles as a remote control.

$300, irobot.com
Source: Better Homes and Gardens

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