Roomba 650 - Reviews, Prices, Specs and Alternatives

Roomba 650

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  • Works with any flooring
  • 12 month warranty
  • Powerful suction
  • Accurate sensors
  • Long charging time
  • Slightly expensive
  • Cant memorize floors and gets stuck when transitioning surfaces
IRobot Roomba 650 Robot vacuums are best used to maintain cleanliness between cleanings. When you have pets or children the window between these arduous cleaning sessions exponentially decreases. The Roomba series has ... Read full review
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This model allows users to set a scheduled cleaning and it easily gets rid of pet fur, dust, hair, and debris. It features cliff-detection sensors, which allow the Roomba 650 to avoid drop-offs. It comes with a 1-year limited warranty on the vacuum and on the battery.
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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
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
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
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
2 hours
Charging Time How long does it take the battery to charge completely?
3 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
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
100 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
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
  • room
  • Sofas
  • carpets
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
dust brushes floor tools carpet crevice tools bulk pick-up attachment
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
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
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 3.6 inches x 1.1 ft

7.9 lbs
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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
45 db
Premium Features e.g. Disinfection, odor control, phone notifications
3-Stage Cleaning System
  • iAdapt Navigation uses a full suite of sensors to navigate and adapt to your changing home
  • 3-Stage Cleaning System agitates, brushes and suctions floors
  • Conveniently schedule up to 7x per week, or just press CLEAN on the robot
  • Automatically docks and recharges. At just 3.6 inch tall, Roomba has been specifically designed to fit under most furniture and kickboards so dirt has no place to hide
  • Automatically adjusts to all floor types - carpet, tile, hardwood, laminate & more
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Release Date
August 2012
1 Year Warranty
Accessories Included What is included on the package?
  • Roomba 650 Vacuum Cleaning Robot With AeroVac Bin
  • Self-Charging Home Base
  • Battery Charger
  • Extra AeroVac Filter
  • Auto Virtual Wall
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Key features
  • Conveniently schedule up to 7x per week, or just press CLEAN on the robot

Roomba 650 is a very popular and one of the more expensive options. It's in the top 3 bestselling robotic vacuums and has dozens of popular alternatives in the same price range, such as Roomba 620 or Samsung Powerbot R7010 .

Roomba 650 was released in 2012. There are a lot of newer robotic vacuums on the market. Show newer Robotic Vacuums

Roomba 650 is $70 more expensive than an average robotic vacuum ($209.99).

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Which is better? The 650 or the 652 Roomba?
Related: Roomba 652, Roomba 650, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 205 days ago

It depends on what sort of detail you’re looking for in the vacuum. The iRobot Roomba 652 has overall clean performance. This robot has an auto return feature, so when it’s done cleaning, or low on battery it returns to its base. It has a smart sensor that makes 60 decisions per second to adapt to its environment. A few issues with the iRobot Roomba 652 is that is struggles when crossing wires, struggles on dark surfaces, and has no virtual wall feature. 

The iRobot Roomba 650 works with any flooring, has powerful suction, and accurate sensors. This robot features a virtual wall, which will allows you to keep it out of certain parts of your home. A few negative with the irobot 650 is that it has a long charging time, it has no auto return feature, and cannot memorize floors, so it sometimes gets stuck when transition surfaces. They are both the same price, so it really boils down to what details catch your eye more.

If you want a vacuum that can go back to its base alone the wise choice would be the iRobot Roomba 652, but if you prefer having the control of where the vacuum can, or cannot enter, then the iRobot Roomba 650 would be a finer choice.

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which robotic vacuum is best for dog hair? I have 4 dogs! :)
Related: Roomba 890, Roomba 650, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Ilene 206 days ago

There is no set best, but I would suggest the iRobot Roomba 980, especially if you have carpet. It’s built with tangle-free brushes that are designed specifically for pet hair, so you won’t need to clean it as often. It has a Carpetboost, and Aeroforce cleaning system that will give a deep cleaning to carpet flooring, and comes equipped with a spinning side brush the pushes debris into the path of the 3-stage cleaning system. It has one of the larger bin sizes at 1,500ml, which will definitely come in handy with pet hair. This device will last approximately 2 hours on a charge. The iRobot Roomba 980 offers 3 cleaning modes: Deep cleaning on carpets, all over in room, and we area. A couple of negative points to this robot is that it does get stuck at times, and it's a bit pricey. This is certainly an overall great machine that was designed to endure vacuuming pet hair, and deep clean rugs efficiently. 

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I have a 1900 sq ft ranch style house and a dog. which is the better robotic cleaner should I buy? Roomba 652 or Eufy Robovac 11
Related: Roomba 650, Eufy RoboVac 11, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 315 days ago

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Will Roomba 650 fall off the stairs when working on second floor of my house?
Related: Roomba 650, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Yaroslav 319 days ago

The Roomba 650 does have a drop-detection feature. It will avoid stairs so that it won't fall and break. 

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Which one is best...Bissell Digi-pro or iRobot 650
Related: Roomba 650, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 328 days ago

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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
Related: Lifeasy F1 Smart, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anthony 5 days ago

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How can I purchase an ADDITIONAL (plastic) dust-bin for my Powerbot? The "authorized parts distributor for Samsung, "J & J International" is of NO HELP whatsoever! Thank you for any assistance you can provide!
Related: Samsung Powerbot, Samsung Powerbot R7070, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 43 days ago

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Which one is better for a cat owner?
Related: Ecovacs Deebot N79, ILIFE A6, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 53 days ago

We have the A4, My grandson has the A6, Our A4 picks up all the hair on our carpet, I have a long hair cat and a long hair dog (Himalyian and Husky---both big shedders) We haven't had a problem at all with it not picking up the hair. I highly recommend it. 

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Which one to buy that's good. And is affordable. I have carpet , wood floor , vilnyl and ceramic
Related: Eufy RoboVac 11, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Karen 116 days ago

It depends on what you consider to be affordable. If the Eufy RoboVac 11 is in your price range, it is definitely worth checking out. It's compact, runs quietly, and features a powerful battery that will run up to 1.5 hours. This vacuum has a triple layer filter which is good for filtering dust and allergens as well. Assuming you have thin carpet (no shag or high pile) then this would work perfectly for you. The one downside is that it has no virtual wall capability, meaning that it can't be restricted from going into certain areas (e.g. a baby's room) although it can detect stairs and other drops so it won't break. 

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The best option for pet hair. I have 3 cats.
Related: bObsweep PetHair, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Chris 121 days ago

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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