UPDATED: Have written to Electrolux and will change this rating if they have a solution to my problem. I have a mat that is not so high but that is dense. The robot walks each time on the carpet and tries to dust but the brush penetrates into the mattress's paw and fastens as well as falls off. Each time! Both the carpet and the brush will be destroyed.
So when I get home, I have a half-bed apartment, a brush stuck in the carpet, a carpet that's broken and a robot vacuum cleaner that either has a battery or is irrigating and trying to vacuum without a brush.
IF there was any way to define the carpet, the problem would be resolved but it does not seem to exist. If now, Electrolux has no solution. Returning when they responded. As it is now, the robot is completely useless in our apartment because it can not be released. The carpet is too heavy and too rigid to allow it to be moved each time. Nor can you fold the corners.
On other brands there are boundaries in the form of magnets or infrared towers that you exhibit but it does not seem to have this ha. If there is no solution to this, this machine is definitely not recommended if you have carpets at home. It simply does not work. If, now, Electrolux does not respond, it can in some way be delimited.
Called Electrolux and came to the conclusion that it can not be solved. So you have semi-rugged rugs, this robot does not work and there is no way of delimiting the carpet. Absolutely unusable.