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bObsweep bObi Classic

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Q: Which of these 2 products will be a smarter purchase. We don't have pets, however we do have all laminate floors and 2 large area rugs with tight low pile.
A: Depends on what sort of details you prefer. They can both handle carpet, and mop floors well. The bObsweep bObi Classic has dirt detection, sanitizes the floor, and works particularly well with hardwood floors, and carpet rugs. It has a neat looking design with responsive touchscreen surface buttons, and does not make too much noise (about 60dB). It comes at a very affordable price, but it’s a bit bulkier than most bots, and sometimes has trouble maneuvering around obstacles. As for the bObsweep PetHair , it has one feature that truly stands out amongst others, that’s its 1-liter dustbin. This is a way bigger bin than you’d normally see on a vacuum robot, and will save you the headache of having to clean out the bin so often. The bObsweep PetHair also comes at an affordable price. It can detect dirt, has infrared technology, sanitizes floors, and detects what type of floor its on. I would say the bObsweep bObi Classic would be a good choice if you want a machine that’s quiet, and works well with carpet. The bObsweep PetHair would be the smarter purchase if you don’t a vacuum that puts out more noise (about 70dB), and want something that has similar cleaning capability with a huge dustbin, so you won’t have to deal with that issue so often.
Q: Can I get Alexa with a BoBsweep? Complete cost.
A: No, I don't believe the bObsweep bObi Classic ,nor the bObsweep PetHair have the capability of using Alexa, A few Vacuum robots that do have the Alexa capability are the Irobot Roomba 690, Samsung Powerbot R7040, Samsung Powerbot SR2AJ9040W, and the Irobot Roomba 960 . The prices can range from a little less than $350-$700, or more depend on what sort of detail you're looking to get aside from its ability to use Alexa.
Q: bObsweep bObi and iRobot Roomba 650, Which of the two has support for several rooms? I have a 50sqm environment with 3 comfortable, separated by walls, they can detect the wall and go in the room and leave?
A: The iRobot Roomba 650 has a virtual wall feature, so you can control where it goes, and does not go. They should both be able to navigate throughout the house, however some have claimed the bObsweep bObi Classic has a few sensor issues, and sometimes detects furnitures as walls. A lot of its efficiency to navigate from one place to another depends on the obstacles the robots encounter.
Q: Will the UV sterilization feature on the Bobsweep fade floors or carpet?
A: Ultraviolet violet light is proven to fade the color in certain types of dyes, but the way UV sterilization works is that it doesn't just sit on the object with the UV for long periods, so no fading should occur. I have also never heard any complaint about a bobsweep causing a fade in color for anyone, so it should be safe.

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Pros
  • Sleek and responsive touchscreen surface buttons;
  • The dustbin is fully submergible and waterproof, making it easy to clean;
  • Works well with hard wood floors and carpet rugs;
  • Powerful motor is able to suck...
Cons
  • Navigation system is unable to detect some furniture, registering them as walls and does not clean underneath;
  • Bulkier than most robotic vacuums.
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This pet-friendly robotic vacuum is quiet, small, and able to simultaneously vacuum, sweep, and mop. It features HEPA filters and uses a UV sterilizing function. This model has a couple of cleaning programs and can be programmed for a scheduled cleaning.
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1.5 hours
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  • Go! - Covers a wide area
  • Waffle - Cleans a specific spot
  • Juice - Returns to base to charge (automatic when battery below 15%)
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1 ft x 1 ft x 3.3 inches
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6.4 lbs
 
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  • Dirt detection
  • Floor sanitation
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  • Illuminated touchscreen buttons
  • Soft touch sensors for bumper-less navigation
  • Back-to-back brushes
  • Washable dustbin
  • Automatic self-charging
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November 2015
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2 Years Warranty
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  • Charging station
  • 2 main brushes
  • Charging adapter
  • Remote control
  • Screwdriver
  • 2 side brushes
  • Cleaning brush (to clean bObi)
  • Extra screws & Blindfold stickers
  • Mop extension
  • 2 mop cloths
  • Filter refill
  • Syncing tool
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Key features
  • Sweeping
  • Vacuuming
  • Mopping
  • UV sterilizing
  • Self-Charging
  • Programmable Schedule
  • Remote Control
  • Hepa Filtration

bObsweep bObi Classic is a popular option on the higher end of the price range. It's in the top 3 bestselling robotic vacuums and has dozens of popular alternatives in the same price range, such as Roomba 614 or Tesvor V300S .

bObsweep bObi Classic was released in 2015. There are dozens of newer robotic vacuums on the market. Show newer Robotic Vacuums

bObsweep bObi Classic is $89.39 more expensive than the average robotic vacuum ($209).

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Which of these 2 products will be a smarter purchase. We don't have pets, however we do have all laminate floors and 2 large area rugs with tight low pile.
Related: bObsweep bObi Classic, bObsweep PetHair, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Jon 413 days ago
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Depends on what sort of details you prefer. They can both handle carpet, and mop floors well. The bObsweep bObi Classic has dirt detection, sanitizes the floor, and works particularly well with hardwood floors, and carpet rugs. It has a neat looking design with responsive touchscreen surface buttons, and does not make too much noise (about 60dB). It comes at a very affordable price, but it’s a bit bulkier than most bots, and sometimes has trouble maneuvering around obstacles.


As for the bObsweep PetHair, it has one feature that truly stands out amongst others, that’s its 1-liter dustbin. This is a way bigger bin than you’d normally see on a vacuum robot, and will save you the headache of having to clean out the bin so often. The bObsweep PetHair also comes at an affordable price. It can detect dirt, has infrared technology, sanitizes floors, and detects what type of floor its on.


I would say the bObsweep bObi Classic would be a good choice if you want a machine that’s quiet, and works well with carpet. The bObsweep PetHair would be the smarter purchase if you don’t a vacuum that puts out more noise (about 70dB), and want something that has similar cleaning capability with a huge dustbin, so you won’t have to deal with that issue so often.

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Can I get Alexa with a BoBsweep? Complete cost.
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bObsweep bObi and iRobot Roomba 650,
Which of the two has support for several rooms? I have a 50sqm environment with 3 comfortable, separated by walls, they can detect the wall and go in the room and leave?
Related: bObsweep bObi Classic, Roomba 650, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 534 days ago

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Will the UV sterilization feature on the Bobsweep fade floors or carpet?
Related: bObsweep bObi Classic, bObsweep PetHair, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 539 days ago

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Does this have a drop sensor for stairs?
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A: No stair detector

The bObsweep pet hair does NOT have a stair detector.

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I get an E1 warning after turning it on and that means the wheel is not turning. I took it completely apart and there was nothing wound around the wheel. What else could it be?
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