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Q: The best option for pet hair. I have 3 cats.
A: I would say two great choices to combat pet hair would be either the bObsweep PetHair , or the Irobot Roomba 960 . They both have HEPA filters and large bins to hold a lot of pet hair and dirt (so they won't have to be empties as frequently). The bObsweep PetHair would be the cheaper choice, but do not let that discourage you from trying it out. It was designed to combat pet hair. It however may pose an issue if you have a two floor house because it has no stair detection (meaning that it will drop if there is no barrier at the top of the stairs). Its bin is also slightly larger than the 960’s (1000 mL vs. the 960’s 900 mL). It’s not only designed to handle pet hair, but also paw prints, as it is a combination of a vacuum and a mop. The Irobot Roomba 960 on the other hand is able to handle fringes and cables quite well with its tangle free extractors, and has stair detection, making it an optimal choice if you have a multi story house. It also gives you the ability to control where it can or cannot go with the virtual wall (these may cost extra, however).
Q: Which robot mop is best for cleaning urine spots on vinyl?
A: I would probably choose between the iRobot Braava jet 240 , or the iRobot Braava 380t . Depending on your needs the bObsweep PetHair may have more of an overall usefulness to it (the irobot braava 240 and 380t are not meant for carpet floors), so it really depends. As far as purely mopping, then the iRobot Braava jet 240 is worth trying out. It has a large bin, and works great on tile, hardwood, and linoleum. It features 3 cleaning modes: dry sweeping, damp sweeping,and wet mopping. It has a very straight forward design that makes it very simple to use, just press the only button it has and it starts up. Its navigation is not sensor based, but rather bumper based, so you won’t need to set up any sensors to get it going. Both the damp, and wet modes employ the jet's water nozzle to spray the area in front of it. You'll fill the reservoir with water before each run, which will activate the cleaning agent in those specific pads once they get wet. The iRobot Braava 380t is similar to the 240, with a few exceptions. Unlike the 240, the 380t has a HEPA filter, and the 380t is also a bit heavier. Aside from those two things, and the fact they look different in design, they both work virtually the same.
Q: Bobsweep pethair model P4727546CH vs. Ilife A4S which one is BEST FOR PETHAIR. BOBSWEEP IS MY FIRST CHOICE BEING 5 IN 1 vs. the A4S which only vacuums
A: For pet hair I would probably go with the bObsweep PetHair because its dustbin is 50 times larger than the ILife A4 's dustbin (1000 mL vs the a4's 50 mL, which will really come in handy in the process of combating pet hair), plus it can do a few more things simultaneously, such as sweep, vacuum, mop, and UV sterilize all types of floors). The ILife A4 is a good choice if you need a vacuum that's a bit more quiet (in case the noise disturbs your pets).
Q: Is this a good robotic vacuum?
A: This vacuum works fairly well. It has a dual side brush, 1-liter dustbin, HEPA filtration system, and is an ideal choice for someone who has pets. It’s equipped with a remote control, and has an LCD screen. A few negatives are that it has a few problems with its navigation, and sometimes gets stuck, and it might occasionally need some maintenance as well. This works on hardwood, tile, linoleum, laminate, marble, and carpets. The three cleaning modes it offers are robot/autopilot, quick clean, and touch up. The ultimate goal behind bObsweep PetHair is to assist people who have pets because bObsweep PetHair simultaneously sweeps, vacuums, mops, and UV sterilizes all types of floors, and actually has one of the bigger dustbins in the industry.
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.

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The BObsweep PetHair can clean all types of hardwood floor and can go over all kinds of carpets and rugs easily, except for shag rugs or any loose or very high-pile carpeting. bObsweep PetHair is the ... Read full review
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General Info
Brand
bObsweep
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Description
The PetHair model was specifically designed not only for cleaning up pet fur but also for removing paw prints, as it is a combination of a vacuum and a mop. It can simultaneously sweep, vacuum, and mop different types of floors. This model features the UV sterilizers and the HEPA filters, which remove the allergens from the air.
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94 / 100
Controls
Wifi / App Controlled Some robotic vacuums can be controlled by your smartphone through a mobile app, which is essentially a more advanced remote control. You are typically able to start/stop the vacuum’s cleaning, control ... Show more
No
Remote Control Remote controls typically enable you to start and stop the cleaning process and/or direct the vacuum’s movements to specific areas in the home. A remote control is an added convenience for those who w ... Show more
Yes
Auto Scheduling Feature Auto scheduling allows you to program the vacuum to a cleaning schedule (daily, every other day, weekly, etc.), where it turns on and cleans automatically at a set time. Otherwise, you have to manuall ... Show more
Yes
Battery
Battery Life Battery life indicates the maximum amount of time a vacuum can run on one charge. On average, robot vacuum batteries last around 1.5 hours, with higher end options getting up to two hours on a full ch ... Show more
1.5 hours
Charging Time How long does it take the battery to charge completely?
4 hours
Continues Cleaning Once Recharged When a vacuum’s battery dies, one of two things can happen: 1) the vacuum starts over cleaning without any memory of what it cleaned before the battery died, or 2) the vacuum will resume cleaning from ... Show more
Yes
Cleaning
Bin Capacity Regardless of the price of your vacuum, the dustbin still needs to be emptied manually. The more your vacuum is used, the more often you will need to change your dustbin. If you have a large home, the ... Show more
1,000 mL
Floor Type Different robot vacuums are made for different floor types based on the cleaning mechanism within the device, which can include a brush, a mop, or both. Robot vacuums with large brushes are best for c ... Show more
  • Hardwood
  • Tile
  • Linoleum / Laminate / Vinyl
  • Thin carpet
  • Thick carpet
Cleaning Modes Most robotic vacuums come with an auto-clean mode (meant for maintenance cleaning over a large area) but some more sophisticated models will come with different cleaning modes, such as spot mode or sc ... Show more
  • Robot/ Auto Pilot (Mode 1)
  • Quick Clean (Mode 2)
  • Touch Up (Mode 3)
Brush Type Most vacuums use brushes to pick up debris, since suction alone isn’t usually enough to effectively clean (especially on rough surfaces like carpet). These brush rolls can have different brush types, ... Show more
Dual side brush
HEPA Filter HEPA filters help limit the allergens that get into the air when you vacuum. If you suffer from allergies, choosing a vacuum with a HEPA filter is a must. Note that HEPA filters do wear down over time ... Show more
Yes
Suitable for Pets The ability to pick up pet hair is a feature that will be explicitly noted in the vacuum’s specifications. If you have pets, it’s imperative that you choose a vacuum that’s equipped for picking up pet ... Show more
Yes
Physical Features
Dimensions When it comes to size for robot vacuums, pay particular attention to the height measurement. If the device is too tall, it won’t fit under beds, dressers, couches, and other furniture to clean in the ... Show more
1.1 ft x 1.1 ft x 3.9 inches
Weight

7.7 lbs
 
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Champagne
Rouge
Noise Because they run continuously, a common complaint with robot vacuums is how much noise they make. Measured in decibels, or dB, the larger the number, the louder the vacuum. There are several reasons w ... Show more
70 db
Premium Features e.g. Disinfection, odor control, phone notifications
  • Dirt detection
  • Infrared technology
  • Floor sanitation
  • Floor type detection
Details
  • Sweeps, vacuums, mops, and filtrates
  • 1100 mL dustbin holds pet hair and dirt
  • Programmable 7-day cleaning schedule
  • Works on hardwood, tile, and carpet
  • Automatic self-charging
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Release Date
12 Nov 2015
Warranty
1 Year Warranty
Accessories Included What is included on the package?
  • Charging Station and Charging Adapter (110V/240V compatible)
  • X-AMPlified Lithium-Ion 2200 mAh Battery (installed)
  • Remote Control
  • Mop Attachment and Micro-Fiber Mopping Cloths x 2
  • Side Brushes x 2
  • Additional Blue Main Brush
  • Additional HEPA Filters x 2
  • Blindfold and Bumper Stickers
  • Maintenance Tools (screws and Phillips head screwdriver)
  • Cleaning Tool
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Key features
  • Sweeping
  • Vacuuming
  • Mopping
  • UV sterilizing
  • Self-Charging
  • Programmable Schedule
  • Remote Control
  • Hepa Filtration

bObsweep PetHair is a very 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 635 or Pyle PUCRC105 .

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

bObsweep PetHair is $78.67 more expensive than the average robotic vacuum ($199.99).

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The best option for pet hair. I have 3 cats.
Related: bObsweep PetHair, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Chris 179 days ago
A:

I would say two great choices to combat pet hair would be either the bObsweep PetHair, or the Irobot Roomba 960. They both have HEPA filters and large bins to hold a lot of pet hair and dirt (so they won't have to be empties as frequently). 

The bObsweep PetHair would be the cheaper choice, but do not let that discourage you from trying it out. It was designed to combat pet hair. It however may pose an issue if you have a two floor house because it has no stair detection (meaning that it will drop if there is no barrier at the top of the stairs). Its bin is also slightly larger than the 960’s (1000 mL vs. the 960’s 900 mL). It’s not only designed to handle pet hair, but also paw prints, as it is a combination of a vacuum and a mop.

The Irobot Roomba 960 on the other hand is able to handle fringes and cables quite well with its tangle free extractors, and has stair detection, making it an optimal choice if you have a multi story house. It also gives you the ability to control where it can or cannot go with the virtual wall (these may cost extra, however). 

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Which robot mop is best for cleaning urine spots on vinyl?
Related: Braava Jet 240, bObsweep PetHair, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 204 days ago
A:

I would probably choose between the iRobot Braava jet 240, or the iRobot Braava 380t. Depending on your needs the bObsweep PetHair may have more of an overall usefulness to it (the irobot braava 240 and 380t are not meant for carpet floors), so it really depends. 


As far as purely mopping, then the iRobot Braava jet 240 is worth trying out. It has a large bin, and works great on tile, hardwood, and linoleum. It features 3 cleaning modes: dry sweeping, damp sweeping,and wet mopping. It has a very straight forward design that makes it very simple to use, just press the only button it has and it starts up. Its navigation is not sensor based, but rather bumper based, so you won’t need to set up any sensors to get it going. Both the damp, and wet modes employ the jet's water nozzle to spray the area in front of it. You'll fill the reservoir with water before each run, which will activate the cleaning agent in those specific pads once they get wet. 


The iRobot Braava 380t is similar to the 240, with a few exceptions. Unlike the 240, the 380t has a HEPA filter, and the 380t is also a bit heavier. Aside from those two things, and the fact they look different in design, they both work virtually the same.

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Bobsweep pethair model P4727546CH vs. Ilife A4S which one is BEST FOR PETHAIR. BOBSWEEP IS MY FIRST CHOICE BEING 5 IN 1 vs. the A4S which only vacuums
Related: bObsweep PetHair, ILife A4, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Anthony 227 days ago
A:

For pet hair I would probably go with the bObsweep PetHair because its dustbin is 50 times larger than the ILife A4's dustbin (1000 mL vs the a4's 50 mL, which will really come in handy in the process of combating pet hair), plus it can do a few more things simultaneously, such as sweep, vacuum, mop, and UV sterilize all types of floors). The ILife A4 is a good choice if you need a vacuum that's a bit more quiet (in case the noise disturbs your pets).

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Is this a good robotic vacuum?
Related: bObsweep PetHair, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by David 308 days ago
A:

This vacuum works fairly well. It has a dual side brush, 1-liter dustbin, HEPA filtration system, and is an ideal choice for someone who has pets. It’s equipped with a remote control, and has an LCD screen. A few negatives are that it has a few problems with its navigation, and sometimes gets stuck, and it might occasionally need some maintenance as well. This works on hardwood, tile, linoleum, laminate, marble, and carpets. The three cleaning modes it offers are robot/autopilot, quick clean, and touch up. The ultimate goal behind bObsweep PetHair is to assist people who have pets because bObsweep PetHair simultaneously sweeps, vacuums, mops, and UV sterilizes all types of floors, and actually has one of the bigger dustbins in the industry.

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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 319 days ago
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.

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Does this B&D handle fringe well as in Persian Rug fringe?
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Does this have a drop sensor for stairs?
Related: Bobsweep PetHair Plus, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 55 days ago
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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does anyone know where to get spare parts for the LifeAsy F1 (brushes etc)? I cant even find a company site and Roomba parts don't fit well
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