- CLEAN SMARTER - A great way to begin cleaning your home smarter. Just schedule it to clean up daily dirt, dust, and debris with the iRobot HOME app or your voice assistant, for effortlessly clean floors.
- LOOSENS, LIFTS, & SUCTIONS - The 3 Stage Cleaning system & Dual Multi-Surface brushes grab dirt from carpets and hard floors and an Edge-Sweeping brush takes care of corners and edges.
- LEARNS YOUR LIFE LISTENS TO YOUR VOICE - Learns your cleaning habits to offer up personalized schedules, while Google Assistant and Alexa allow you to start cleaning with just the sound of your voice.
- ADAPTIVE NAVIGATION - A full suite of advanced sensors allows the vacuum to navigate under and around furniture and along edges. Cliff Detect keeps it from falling downstairs.
- GOES WHERE IT'S NEEDED, AVOIDS WHERE IT'S NOT - Reactive Sensor Technology tells the robot where it can and cannot reach, which means less getting stuck and more knowing where to go. With Dirt Detect sensors, it focuses on cleaning where it is needed the most.
Best investment since my divorce....lol
My daughter's family is staying with us between selling/buying homes and they have this model so we have been using it at our house over the last two months. It is wonderful to be able to just hit the clean button and walk away. When we have guests coming over, we run it upstairs while we're gone then downstairs while we are cooking up in the kitchen. It's a great time and back saver. We like it so much we bought one today during the Prime Day sale.
I owned a roomba a long long time ago. This model is a spectacular improvement. Even for a very basic Roomba, it's just as good as models with more features. This model is just push to start and push to stop. It does all the heavy work of keeping my floors clean and I only have to do spot cleaning after. I turn it on at night and go and grab some dinner. I have a very small apartment so there is no set up really it cleans everything. It also helps tremendously with my dust mite allergy. One note, roomba seems to avoid a black rug I own. Not sure if it thinks there is a drop like the beginning of stairs or a hole, but it does not want to move over it. Kind of fun watching it run all around it.
We live in a converted warehouse with concrete floors. It’s always dusty due to the lack of screens on the windows that have to be open due to lack of air conditioning. We opt for shoes and slippers around the house because as much as we swiffered, we’d still feel dust on the bottoms of our feet. Now that Dustin (my husband named it) gets going as we leave for work, we can actually walk barefoot in the house.Between my long hair, the dog’s fur and cat’s fur, the little bot has its work cut out. The tray does fill up after a session, but less and less the more often you run it.
I don't have any cats as other reviewers allude to, but I am a foul single man living with another foul single man. Between us we may vacuum twice a year. Not anymore!With great anticipation I brought this Roomba home with me. I allowed it to charge all day at work so I could fire it up as soon as possible. As I struck the CLEAN button I was immediately giddy as the little robot happily beeped its acquiescence and began its duties.I live in a 2 bedroom apartment. Unaware of what to expect, the Roomba began zig zagging and bumping into walls. Seemingly at random, I soon learned there was a method to its madness. One pleasant surprise was the Roomba's aggression - on two occasions it burst into rooms with slightly closed doors. It ably navigated around obstacles in its quest for more dirt and dust to add to its collection. I was shocked as it went underneath my bed (to the extent that it could, physically).It then moved into the kitchen, where the little wirey brush moved popcorn bits and other detritus into the vacuum. It was able to navigate over carpet and hardwood effortlessly. It moved under chairs and rotated around the legs, doing a nice job of covering as much ground as possible.By the end of it's mission, it was at capacity - I was shocked at how much dirt it had collected.The only downside is that it wasn't able to cover EVERY inch of ground, though I'm sure it came close. Running the unit daily I'm sure will get to every corner and crevice. Also, you must clean up prior to using it or it won't get around all your crap. Honestly the thing is damn heartwarming - it works hard and it's happy bumps into walls made me reevaluate my own existence... everyone should do their job with the enthusiasm of my Roomba.