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Do you need Wi-Fi for it
Related: ILife V3s Pro, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 36 days ago

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guarantee, after 3 months does not load the machine and disconnects the charger when putting them together
Related: Roborock C10, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by jose antonio 48 days ago

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how do youoperate it
Related: Pyle PUCRC750, Dibea D960, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Peggy 48 days ago

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Do you need a smart device for operation?
Related: VBot S30C, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Amber 141 days ago

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can this be learned to not go on rugs?
Related: Coredy R500, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 147 days ago

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Does this B&D handle fringe well as in Persian Rug fringe?
Related: Black & Decker Pet Lithium, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 179 days ago

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Does this have a drop sensor for stairs?
Related: Bobsweep PetHair Plus, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 201 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?
Related: Bissell SmartClean, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 201 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 209 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 247 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 257 days ago
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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 320 days ago
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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 325 days ago
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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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What is a better vacuum? Irobot 960 or Samsung powerboat r7010?
Related: Samsung Powerbot R7010, Roomba 960, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 327 days ago
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It ultimately depends on what you're going for. The Irobot Roomba 960 is a good choice if you what something with a very large bin, and is tough no thick carpet. This would be an optimal choice for pet owners. This bot is more expensive, but has great versatility, has remote control capabilities, and is features tangle-free extractors to combat those pet hairs that want to clog the vacuum. 


The Samsung Powerbot R7010 is a good choice if you want something more affordable, with decent results. It features four cleaning modes: auto cycle, spot cycle, max cycle, and manual. It has a bin that holds up to 300 mL( about 600 mL less than what the 960 has - it will need to be emptied more frequently), and does not feature a remote control. This would be a wonderful choice if you want a bot that cleans edges efficiently, and can map and navigate the area with ease.

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whats a good robovac that will mop tile floor?
Related: Roomba 980, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Chris 327 days ago
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There are a few decent choices for mopping tile floor, so it ultimately depends on what sort of features you're looking to get with the mop. The iRobot Roomba 980 is more suited to carpet. The ILife V5s  or the iRobot Braava 380t would be great choices to consider for mopping.

The ILife V5s features a water tank for damp mopping hardwood floors. It has the ability to return to its charging station upon job completion  or when the battery runs low. It also comes with a remote control. The 4 cleaning modes are: auto clean, spot clean, wet clean, and edge clean. This is a great choice if you want a low cost robot mop, that works effectively. A downside to this is its small bin size of only 203 mL (while the 380T model has 539 mL bin).

In the case of the iRobot Braava 380t, this is a great choice if you want a robot mop that has a great battery life. It can work up to 3.5 hours of sweeping and 2.5 hours of mopping. It also has a great navigational system thanks to its northstar navigation system. It features 3 modes: dry sweeping, damp sweeping, and wet mopping. A downside is that unlike the ilife model, this robot does not have an auto return feature (meaning that you'll have to find it yourself and return it to the charging station when the battery dies), nor does it have remote control capability.

So, it boils down to what you prefer, a longer battery life at a higher cost, or a few auto return features at a lower cost. Bear in mind that while both the ILife V5s and iRobot Braava 380t have mopping features, like all robotic vacuums, they are intended for superficial cleaning only and will not be able to tackle deep stains or big messes very effectively.

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how to get the n79 unit to go back to the base unit
Related: Ecovacs Deebot N79, Ecovacs Deebot M80, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 329 days ago
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You shouldn't need to do anything to have the n79 model go back to the base unit. When its battery power gets low, Ecovacs Deebot N79 automatically returns to its charging dock, all by itself. Not only does it have auto return, but will continue cleaning on its own once it’s fully recharged. 

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I have a n Ilife A4 robot cleaner and when on the charge the amber light blinks but it does not charge. Any ideas?
Related: ILife A4, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 330 days ago
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Is this a brand new product for you, or have you been using it, and this suddenly began to take place? There is an initial battery activation for ilife process when you first use it. You have to charge the robot for three minutes, take it off the charger, then charge for three minutes again, and then take off the charger for several seconds. Repeat above actions three times. Once you do all that you must charge the robot for 12 hours straight. If you’ve already done this you should contact the manufacturer.  For instructions on the steps above you can visit the web address below.

http://www.iliferobot.com/pdFaqs/en/support_faqs_list.html?productId=1&typeId=5 

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How will a robo vac work on oriental rugs with fringe
Related: Eufy RoboVac 11, Bissell SmartClean, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Corrine 332 days ago
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Any vacuum in general with a spinning brush is going to have trouble with oriental rugs with fringe, especially if the fringe is really long. Robot vacuums are no exception to this, so you may find that the Eufy Robo Vac 11 will have trouble. There are some "lifehacks" that are touted online, such as using magnetic tape along the fringe, but chances are that they won't be very effective. The best way to clean a fringe rug is to use a soft bristle brush by hand to remove loose debris, dust, and dirt. While this isn't exactly convenient, it is cheaper than paying for replacement robotic vacuum parts.  

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Powerboat only runs about 40 to 45 minutes
Related: Samsung Powerbot, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 339 days ago
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Is the Samsung Powerbot being used on max mode most of the time? The amount of time the Powerbot can clean depends on the mode it’s on, and the type of surface it’s cleaning. On max mode it’ll last about 30 minutes, on normal 60 minutes, and on quiet mode it’s capable of lasting up to 90 minutes. If you’re using quiet mode, and running the bot on a smooth surface, then I would consider replacing the battery with the manufacturer.

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I got the bobi pet silver and the deebot for Christmas...which one do I keep? Wood floors and carpeted bedrooms.
Related: Ecovacs Deebot M88, bObsweep Bobi Pet, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 340 days ago
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They are both great vacuum robots with a couple key differences in features. For example, the Ecovacs Deebot M88 has stair detection, so it won’t run into any issues if you use it on the 2nd floor. The Ecovac also has a slightly larger dustbin than the bObsweep Bobi Pet (380mL vs. 350mL), and has wifi/ app control capability, as well as a remote control.

The bObsweep Bobi Pet on the other hand has the ability to continue cleaning once it’s recharged, which means that it can clean a much larger area. Aside from those few differences, and the actual physical design, they are both top notch robots, and share many awesome features.

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We have large area rugs in 3 rooms on top of laminate floors and have problems with the black in our rugs, The roomba will not work on the black in our home. The black causes errors to occur. Will this happen with the powerbot?
Related: Samsung Powerbot, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 342 days ago
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Unfortunately, this seems to be an issue with many robotic vacuums. It’s a sensor glitch caused by the color because the robot believes that it’s about to go over a cliff. The Samsung Powerbot has been reported to experience the same sensor issues with the color black. 

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Will it clean shag .
Related: ILife V3s, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 343 days ago
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Overall, a robotic vacuum is not the best choice for shag carpeting. Most will struggle on shag, or even high pile carpets. An iRobot Roomba 980 would work better on thick carpeting than an ILife V3s (although it'll likely still get stuck sometimes). The Neato Botvac D80 would be a great choice if you were strictly talking about medium to high pile carpet, but true shag carpet would get tangled in vacuum robots brushes, much like it would on a regular vacuum that uses spinning brushes. 

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Does it get caught u on wires or other stufff
Related: Samsung Powerbot, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 348 days ago
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The Samsung Powerbot is designed to handle the issues wires may cause. It has really large wheels that help it a great deal when handling wires, excellent navigation, and coverage. That being said, it’s not a perfect thing, and every now, and again it may still get caught in a wire. It's good to make sure and remove any wire that may have a sharp end to it to avoid dragging an object on flooring, such as hardwood.

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I am looking at buying a robotic mop. Does the ilife V5S allow you to select only vacuum or does it vacuum and mop each time? How well do any of the iRobot's mop?
Related: Braava Jet 240, ILife V5s, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Melanie 348 days ago

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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 349 days ago
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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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Should I buy the Ecovacs N79
Related: Ecovacs Deebot N79, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 351 days ago
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The Ecovacs Deebot N79 is definitely worth trying out. It’s an affordable model that cleans effectively. It has a fantastic suction power of 1000 pa, a 3 in 1 brush that cleans allergens, it cleans well around edges, and a great battery life of 4 hours. It features 4 cleaning modes: Auto, Spot,Edge, and Single room cleaning mode.  It's an ideal choice for pet owners, and even has a hepa filter. A downside to this device is you’ll have to come in and rescue it every now and then because it may get stuck. It also has a rather lengthy charge time.

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Can you leave electrical cords in place?
Related: Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 351 days ago
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Yes, and no. Some vacuum robots have bigger wheels, which effectively avoid getting tangled up on electrical cords (such as the Samsung Powerbot), but some vacuum robots do not have the design to roll over them. A lot of the vacuums have sensors that attempt to avoid the cords, but every now and then it may fail, and if the cords are too thick it may drag with the vacuum, potentially scratching your floor.

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will the robat Roomba find it's way back to the dock from another room ??
Related: Roomba 652, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 353 days ago
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Yes, assuming that the navigation from one room to the next is not too difficult, it should be able to make its way back to the dock with its auto-return feature. It has smart sensors that make 60 decisions per second in efforts to adapt to the floor area, so it shouldn’t have any issues going back to the dock.

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my bot has a hard time on a gray and black area rug. it seems it's sensitivity to contrasting colors is amped up too high. is there any way to get it to trick it out so it would vac the rug?
Related: Samsung Powerbot, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Vincent 358 days ago

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will wires on floor cause a problem with samsung
Related: Samsung Powerbot, Roomba 980, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Ken 359 days ago
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The Samsung Powerbot is designed to avoid getting tangled up in wires, but it always depends on the degree of wires as well. Are the wires very thick? This could potentially pose a problem because it may drag the wires, but for the most part it should navigate quite solidly. This vacuum has large wheels, which helps it maneuver over wires a bit better than the average vacuum robot.

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Can it be used on tile but not go onto adjoining carpeted areas.
Related: Braava 380t, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by James 359 days ago
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Yes, there is a virtual wall feature which allows you to place boundaries in order to control where the vacuum robot goes, and does not go. This should give you the ability to help the vacuum from going onto carpeted areas.

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Is internet or Wi-Fi required in the home for the EcoVacs DeeBot N79 to operate??
Related: Ecovacs Deebot N79, Ecovacs Deebot N78, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Sharron 361 days ago
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No, wifi is not required for your Ecovac deebot n79 to operate. The wifi feature gives you the ability to control the vacuum from your smartphone, but the ecovac also has a normal remote control, so it shouldn't be an issue. The wifi feature will give you a free remote in the case you lose the regular one.

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What are the main differences between the Roomba 980 and 960?
Related: Roomba 980, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Chris 361 days ago
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They have a few key differences. The iRobot Roomba 980 has a battery life of 2 hours, and takes 3 hours to charge. It features a very large 1,500 mL bin, a Hepa filter (making it a better choice for those who have issues with allergies), and makes about 80 decibels of noise. The Irobot Roomba 960 on other hand has a battery life of 1 hour and 15 minutes, but takes 2 hours to charge. It brings a 900 mL dustbin, has no hepa filter, and makes less noise than the 980 ( 70 decibels).

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Trying to decide on a robot vac for my wife for Christmas. I think I have narrowed it down between the iRobot 890 and the Samsung 7090. Is there one that is better then the other? Any other suggestions?
Related: Roomba 890, Samsung Powerbot, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Sean 362 days ago
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Both are actually very great choices. They each have their pros, and cons, so it’s hard to say if one is necessarily better than the other.


The Samsung Powerbot has a battery life of 1 hour and 40 minutes, a 0.7 ml bin capacity, is wifi/app controlled, and features a remote control. This would actually be a better choice for you if you want a device that's less expensive, but still want a decent battery life, a top notch navigation, great coverage, and an impressive cleaning performance. A downside is that it's bit noisy making around 70 decibels of sound, and has no auto return.


The iRobot Roomba 890 would be a great choice if you want something that has a large bin (750 mL), is on the more quiet side making only about 65 decibels of sound, features a patented tangle-free brush that handles pethair with ease, and includes auto return. This vacuum robot is unfortunately a bit more expensive, and has a shorter better life span (1 hour vs. the samsungs 1 hour and 40 minutes).

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is anyone concerned about the warning that states that this product contains chemicals that cause cancer and birth defects on the box?
Related: Roomba 614, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Cheryl 369 days ago
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This warning is actually appearing on more, and more electronic devices (specifically devices sold in california). I do not truly believe it to be a cause for concern, as I have yet to see any harm done by any vacuum robot. We have similar warning on microwaves, yet it's widely accepted, and used.

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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 373 days ago
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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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what should the starting price range be for a first timer user???
Related: Ecovacs Deebot M82, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Larry 374 days ago
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That really all depends on what you are looking for, and you're own personal budget. I would suggest going for a 200 dollar starting price since you're a first timer. You should be able to get something in the medium quality range for that price, such as the Ecovacs Deebot N79, or the iRobot Braava jet 240. The ecovac n79 is fairly well rounded in features (although it is missing virtual wall capability), and performs exceptional for its price. The iRobot Braava jet 240 would be a neat choice if you want a robot that will mop your floors. The model you listed in your related section, the "Ecovacs Deebot M82" is a pretty decent model, and would cost about 100 more than what i'm suggesting. It has a fairly large dustbin, and offers most of the features a typical high end robot vacuum would, with the exception of no wifi/app control, and no virtual wall.

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Does the Roomba 614 or 630 require wifi service. I have very poor wifi service.
Related: Roomba 614, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Al 375 days ago
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No, they do not require it. The Irobot Roomba 614 does not support wifi/app control. The newer Roomba models like the 690 890, and 900 series have wifi/app control.

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Which is the better pet vacuum. Irobot Roomba 652 or bobipet
Related: Roomba 652, bObsweep Bobi Pet, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Sandra 376 days ago
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I think you'll find certain advantages, and disadvantages to each. The bObsweep Bobi Pet has a rather average dirt pick-up, does not provide stair detection, and has slight navigational issues, but has a decent sized bin, and comes with a hepa filter (which comes in useful when vacuuming pet hair). 


When it comes to dirt pick up, you may find the iRobot Roomba 652 to be more effective, but since it has no hepa filter, it won't combat allergens very well, thus making it less suitable for pets. The 652 has a smaller bin, and shorter battery life as well.


So, for a pet hair type of situation, I would say the bObsweep Bobi Pet would be a wiser choice. In a more overall type of scenario (not taking pets much into account), then the iRobot Roomba 652 would be a great choice.

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Hi! I am looking for a robo MOP for a gift for a friend. I really need the mop feature along with a virtual wall feature and I would like to spend less than $300. Any suggestions? Thank you!!
Related: Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 379 days ago
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I would suggest looking into the iRobot Braava jet 240 . It features both the mop, and the virtual wall feature that you're looking for, along with being under your price range. It has a battery life of 3.5 hours, and a 558 mL bin. It can get into hard-to-reach areas like around toilets, into corners, and below cabinets. Definitely a great gift for a friend, and a decent robot that handles hardwood, tile, and linoleum floors. A downside to this robot is that some have complained it sometimes leaves streaks on wood floors.

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I am looking for a moderate price level robot vacuum that will clean well with a hepa filter or hepa like filter as my wife is allergic to dust. I was looking at the following models, Ecovacs Deebot N78, Haier XShuai T730 and the Eufy RoboVac 11. Thank you.
Related: Haier XShuai T370, Ecovacs Deebot N78, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by harry 382 days ago
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All of these models have a hepa filter, so it really comes down to what other sort of detail you want out of the robot. The Ecovacs Deebot N78 is low in price,  small in size, lightweight, and provides a large dustin bin (500ml). It transitions between different surfaces in an efficient manner, and can run for 1 hour and 50 minutes before running out of battery. A downfall to this vacuum robot is that its suction is a bit weak, and its unable to pick up large particles.


The Haier XShuai T370 has a fair price, a large battery life (2 hours), can be controlled via wifi, and has a 300 mL dustbin. It has an anti-collision design with infrared sensors that help avoid collisions, and ensures no damage done to the device.  A downside to this vacuum is its inability to auto schedule, which is a fairly common feature for vacuum robots.


Another great choice would be the Eufy RoboVac 11. It has a compact and sleek design, runs quietly, and provides a triple layer filter the secretes cleaner air than other vacuums. Unfortunately, its price is a bit on the expensive side, and it doesn’t do that great against thick carpet.


Considering this is for allergies, the Eufy RoboVac 11 may be a tiny bit more in your favor because of that fact that it secretes cleaner air than other vacuums with its triple layer filter. That being said, they do all have a hepa style filter, and will each work fairly decent.

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5 in 1 bObsweep PetHair best robvac and options for the money. Best Buy best price on bobsweep model P4727546CH  SALE  PRICE $189.00 Sells for  699.00. 2nd choice was Ilife 4s5 (only vacuums)

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What's the return policy for the Seen it N79
Related: Ecovacs Deebot N79, Ecovacs Deebot M80, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Cheryl 384 days ago
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Ecovac provides a 1 year warranty. For more warranty information visit the manufacturer's website address below. 

 

https://ecovacs.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/115005321787-Ecovacs-Warranty

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I have oriental rugs with fringe. Will the robots get caught on the fringe?
Related: Roomba 960, Eufy RoboVac 11, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Sandy 388 days ago
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That actually depends on how sophisticated your robot vacuum is. Having a rug with fringe can be an issue for most, but some have features to avoid getting caught in it. For example, the iRobot engineers added to the 880 what they call “anti-tassel mode,” by making the rotors momentarily go in reverse if it detects a cord or carpet fringe, so something like the iRobot Roomba 880 would work just fine for your oriental rugs.

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Yes. Based on research and other reviews. All robot vacuums will get stuck on area rug fringes. They will have to be covered up with something that keeps the vac from going over them. I'm getting one any way. Hopefully, at some point in the future, robot vacs can be taught to avoid fringes.

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I am very interested in the Ecovacs Deebot brand. I am unsure if I want to choose the n79 version or the m80 version. It seems to me that the only difference between the two is that the m80 has an optional mopping system and the n79 does not. I am curious if the mopping works well and if you can put solutions in the tank other than water. I use Bona solutions on my floors and it is a very gentle/ delicate solution. It does not have a scent and does not leave a sticky residue behind. I currently use a microfiber pad to mop my floors with this solution.
I also noticed that the n79 uses a lithium battery whereas the m80 does not. I read that the lithium battery is supposed to be better and have a longer charge. I have also looked at the reviews and the n79 has higher reviews than the m80, Thank you!
Related: Ecovacs Deebot N79, Ecovacs Deebot M80, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Trisha 393 days ago
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They have a few other differences. The Ecovacs Deebot N79 has half the bin size of the Ecovacs Deebot M80 ( N79's 250mL Vs. the m80’s 500mL), and the Ecovacs Deebot N79 is also not capable of using Alexa, while the m80 is Alexa enabled.


As for the mopping feature, it works decently, but you’re not going to get the same sort of cleaning quality as a traditional handheld mop. To answer your question about the cleaning solution, you can indeed add a mixture of cleaning solution to the water, especially If the solution you use leaves no residue behind.


When it comes to the lithium batteries, it can be better in certain situations, particularly in constant changing temperatures, making it the perfect battery for outdoor use. One of the special attributes a lithium battery has is its ability to withstand extreme temperatures. If you’re house is really cold, it will make a huge difference. Lithium batteries also last longer than typical alkaline (which typically bumps the price up on the item if it contains lithium, as opposed to alkaline).


All in all, I would go with the M80 if you want voice command capability, and a larger bin.  The larger bin size is useful if you have a large area that you want the vacuum to clean, or if you want to use it very frequently - you won't have to manually empty the bin as often. The N79 would be a good choice if you want to spend less, and want a robot with a battery that can last a bit longer, and withstand extreme temperatures. I cannot speak for the reviews, but they both are great options. 

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Which is better? The 650 or the 652 Roomba?
Related: Roomba 652, Roomba 650, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 409 days ago
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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 410 days ago
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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 get that there is 3 modes, but can't tell which mode I am in, for example mopping mode, my reservoir of water full but even after a hour it seems not be emptying, wrong mode?
Related: Ecovacs Deebot N78, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Brian 439 days ago
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It will not drain the reservoir that fast, but it should move slightly. Check to see if the mopping pad seems damp. The mopping feature is just an optional mop that you have to put on, and remove after it's done, so it shouldn't have to do with the modes you are referring to.

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Where can i get a replacement battery and charger?
Related: Bissell SmartClean, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Buddy 443 days ago
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You can find a replacement for the battery and charger replacement for your bissel smartclean from the manufacturer in the link below.

https://www.bissell.com/smartclean-multi-surface-robotic-vacuum-1974/parts#parts

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Is this a good robotic vacuum?
Related: bObsweep PetHair, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by David 454 days ago
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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 465 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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What is the difference between the Irobot tomb 614, 618 and 652? Thank you
Related: Neato Botvac D3, Roomba 614, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Joni 468 days ago
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The Irobot Roomba 614 features 3 cleaning modes: furniture, kick boards, and bed. It’s a very quiet vacuum that only make about 35 decibels of noise, and has a battery life of 90 minutes. It’s very simple to use, simply press clean on the robot vacuum, no programming necessary. It has dual multi surface brush that can pick up everything from particles to large debris, and can adjust to all floor types. Unfortunately it does not have an auto return feature. It has a 0.63 mL dustbin, and it’s not very suitable for pets.


The iRobot Roomba 652 is light, and compact. It will automatically charge itself, and has a battery life of 60 minute. It is able to get over many obstacles that competitor bots would have a hard time getting over, or around of. Unfortunately it makes a bit more noise than the Irobot Roomba 614 does. The iRobot 618 has a 60-minute battery life, is self-charging, and has rotating brushes. It does not work very well on tall carpet, shaggy rugs, and does not come with a virtual wall.


I noticed you also had the Neato Botvac D3 on your related section. The Neato Botvac D3 has a unique D-shape design, and corner clever which is said to make cleaning easier for hard to reach areas. It has the auto return feature, and an outstanding battery life of 2 hours and 40 minutes, along with a dustbin capacity of 50mL.

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I would like to buy the best affordable robot pet hair vacuum
Related: bObsweep PetHair, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 492 days ago
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The bObsweep PetHair is definitely one of the more affordable vacuums that focus on the types of messes a pet can leave behind. It is equipped with a dual side brush, and has one of the larger dustbins in the industry (1-liter). It offers smart scheduling, brings a remote control, and has HEPA filtration. It features  auto return, which will bring the vacuum back to its base upon completing its job, or when it is running low on Battery. This vacuum unfortunately has a few navigational problems (which cause it to get stuck), and It also may need maintenance every now, and again. This is definitely a wise choice if you want an affordable vacuum robot that focuses on pet hair.

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I just need to find parts...lost my charger cord
Related: EC Technology Robotic Vacuum, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 493 days ago
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Unfortunately I don't see the charger cord readily for sale anywhere. I would try contacting the manufacturer website directly about the charger. 

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How do you activate the virtual wall barrier?
Related: Roomba 890, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 494 days ago
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To activate the wall barrier you'll see two switches on the wall barrier. One will be the mode selector, and the other is the range selector. Place the virtual wall barrier within the doorway of the room you want to Roomba to clean. Make certain the iRobot logo is facing forward, and the selector is set to Virtual Wall Mode. At this point all you have to do is start the iRobot Roomba 890 from its Home Base. Make sure you use the range selector accordingly to the size needed.

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I'm looking for the absolute best vacuum at picking up pet hair (we mainly have berber carpet with hard flooring in a few rooms). I'm mainly looking at the Roomba (960 or 980), Neato Botvac Connected, BobSweep Pethair Plus, and the Eufy RoboVac 11. There are huge price differences. The professional reviews seem to favor the Neato but user reviews aren't as high. Any feedback is appreciated. Thanks!
Related: Eufy RoboVac 11, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 495 days ago
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These would actually all be great choices for pet hair in carpet, and hard flooring scenarios. All robotic vacuums are designed for maintenance cleaning (including pet hair) in mind, so it’s difficult to say which would be the absolute best. The Irobot Roomba 960, and iRobot Roomba 980 have good tangle-free brushes. This definitely comes in handy when dealing with pet hair. The Neato Botvac Connected has a d-shaped design that helps get in those hard to reach corners, so it may certainly pose useful for combating pet hair. The bObsweep PetHair Plus has a 4x boosted TurboLiftTM vacuum that gives it great power to deal with pet hair situations. The Eufy RoboVac 11 has counter-rotating side brushes, and a strong suction. They would all do fairly, so I would try and go with whats on ur budget, and the extra features, such as the bin sizes. For example, the Irobot Roomba 960 has a 900 mL bin vs the iRobot Roomba 980’s 1,500 mL bin.

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How does this vacuum do on carpet and stone flooring?
Related: Ecovacs Deebot N79, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 498 days ago
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It can clean all type of flooring, but it seems to run into some issues when transitioning from hard floors, to high-pile carpet. It will not vacuum rugs efficiently, and does not deep clean carpets. The Ecovacs Deebot N79 has above average dirt pick-up, but it seems to be a bit inconsistent according to most sources. 

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How does it compare to the more expensive brands?
Related: ILife V3s, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 499 days ago
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The ILife V3s doesn't have a primary rolling brush, which makes it difficult to gobble up giant messes and clean carpet. Its mopping abilities are underdeveloped, and its dustbin quickly turns into a chore to clean out.

Aside from that its pretty good for the price. Its strengths are in navigation: It has the auto return feature, it has the ability to detect stairs, has a virtual wall, a remote control, and gives you the ability to auto schedule your cleaning. Its battery life is not very good (approximately 1 Hour, and 50 minutes), but it will automatically keep cleaning after recharging. It also does a fair job on not getting stuck, which is something a lot of more expensive models still struggle with.

All in all it can certainly compare to more expensive brands in terms of surface level cleaning and navigation. All that being said, if you have a lot of carpet, especially thick carpeting, it won't be able to clean as well as more expensive models. 

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How good is mopping feature?
Related: ILife V5s, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 504 days ago
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The ILife V5s definitely has a good mopping feature. It comes with a 300ml water tank, and offers four different modes that let you auto clean, spot clean, wet clean, and edge clean. The mopping feature will allow you to mop your floors, and covers the same area as when you are vacuuming. This saves time and allows for a deeper clean, since you no longer have to mop after having your floors cleaned with a vacuum cleaner.

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Which I robot roomba is suitable for house with long haired dogs tile floors with area rugs.?
Related: Roomba 870, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 506 days ago
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You’ll find that the iRobot Roomba 870, and iRobot Roomba 980 are both fair choices for pet hairs, and carpet, and rugs (assuming the rug is not high pile).

The iRobot Roomba 870 is easy to use, quiet, and efficient. It has a 500 mL bin, and it’s engineered with tangle-free extractors that avoid clogging from hair and debris, which is perfect for pets. Its built for hardwood, thick carpet, and linoleum/laminate/vinyl floors, so I believe it would meet your needs.

The iRobot Roomba 980 is a bit more expensive, but also has more features. It’s built with anti-clogging properties to combat pet hair, along with having a larger bin (1,500mL). This means that it can run longer without having the bin emptied between cycles. The iRobot Roomba 980 uses a high-efficiency cleaning pattern that incorporates its built in camera with advanced computer vision algorithms, and has 3 different modes for deep spot cleaning and surface level area cleaning. It also has the auto return feature, which the iRobot Roomba 870 does not feature. 

I would say the iRobot Roomba 870 is a better choice if you want something that’s a bit cheaper, and makes less noise (only about 70 dB). The iRobot Roomba 980 would be a good choice if you want something that has a very large bin, and is self-charging. Both would perform fantastic for tile floors, but area rugs are a bit problematic if the rug is too fluffy.

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Will this device scratch my hardwood floors
Related: Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 515 days ago
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Some have claimed that certain models have caused scratches to soft hardwood floor, but there is no reason to believe that it will, unless they rolled over a cable, and dragged the sharp end a bit. Ultimately you should have the area set up so nothing could drag with the robot that is sharp in some way. Aside from that, the hardwood floor should be safe with most vacuum robots. Its always good to find a specific model, and find its specifications because certain vacuum robots are better for certain types of floors.

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We would like to purchase a robotic vacuum for our home and are considering the ilifeA6 or a Roomba. The Roomba seems overpriced.
Our home has limestone, hardwood and area rugs
Related: Roomba 980, ILIFE A6, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 516 days ago
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The iRobot Roomba 980 is indeed expensive, but with good reason. It has huge bin (1,500mL), a decent battery life, along with having a Carpetboost, and AeroForce cleaning system that will allow you to give a deep cleaning to carpet, and other floors efficiently. Some users have complained that the vacuum occasionally gets stuck.


The ILIFE A6 may fit your needs though since you need it mostly for limestone, hardwood, and area rug (assuming the area rug is not thick). The ILIFE A6 was built for hardwood, tile, and thin carpets in mind, and costs significantly less than the iRobot Roomba 980, but some users have complained that the suction power on the ILIFE A6 works poorly.


Ultimately the ILIFE A6 is a good choice if you want something fair in price, and something that will do a decent job on hardwood, thin carpet, and tile floors. The iRobot Roomba 980 is a better choice if you want something that you wont have to clean often because the bins so large, something that can clean hardwood, tile, linoleum, along with the ability to deep clean carpets, and use a high-efficiency cleaning pattern that incorporates its built in camera with advanced computer vision algorithms.

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How much wall clearance does it need for the charger?
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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 519 days ago

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I have a golden retriever that sheds hair a lot. Which vacuum would be best for me?
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How well does Scooba work on vinyl floors?
Related: Scooba 450, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 521 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 524 days ago
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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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Does charging hub come with all vacuums
Related: Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 528 days ago
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Yes, I believe that all robotic vacuums come with a docking station or charging hub. Some also have the ability to be plugged into the wall directly to charge (like the Roomba 650).
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Which one is best...Bissell Digi-pro or iRobot 650
Related: Roomba 650, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 532 days ago

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What is the best buy
Miele or Roomba
include model #
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What does consumer say is the best robotic vacuum for the money.?
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I just bought the iRobot Roomba 850 Robotic vacuum w/ remote and docking station. What is the difference in the 870 and the 850. Also I can not find instructions on the remote control. Do I need to get those on line?
Related: Roomba 870, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 541 days ago

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How do I register for the warranty
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Which is the best robotic vacuum for pet hair?
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How many stars does the Roomba 620 have? also whats the difference between the 620 and 650?
Related: Roomba 620, Roomba 650, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 551 days ago

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How well do they do on a thick pile carpet? Which one is best for changing between a vinyl floor and carpet?
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Best for hardwood floors and dog hair
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Can I get Alexa with a BoBsweep? Complete cost.
Related: bObsweep bObi Classic, bObsweep PetHair, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 562 days ago

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What does Consumers have to say about Samsung $ 406.60 or the one they feel is the best money buy?
Related: Samsung Powerbot, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 568 days ago

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How does the Samsung Powerbot compare to the Irobot Roomba 650
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Never used robotic vacuum; which one has the best performance and durability and competitive price? am in 80s so am looking for vacuum that I don't have to hold and push to clean
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I'm trying to find the best Robotic Vacuum for my 82 year old mom, she lives in a pretty small apartment
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Does the Eufy Robovac 11
a) return to it's base automatically
b) able to be set to run at the same time each day
c) be able to have a set up on two different floors
Related: Eufy RoboVac 11, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 580 days ago
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A) yes
B) yes
C) no idea
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Which Robotic Vaccum is best for human hair?
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Does the Roomba 980 go up and down stairs
Related: Roomba 980, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 582 days ago
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No robotic vacuum cleaner will go up and down stairs. They have sensors in them to detect and avoid drops of more than a few centimeters, or they will break.
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What is the best robo vac ? and is the Eufy RoboVac one of the best ?
Related: Eufy RoboVac 11, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 585 days ago

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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 586 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 591 days ago

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Will the Eufy clean from one room to the next?
Related: Eufy RoboVac 11, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 601 days ago
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Yes. Ours cleans the whole first floor.
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What to do if the robotic vacuum has a variable power supply? 110~240 vOLTS
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I'm confused with the comparison between Bissell Smartclean and I Robot Roomba 630. Which one to buy?
Related: Roomba 650, Bissell SmartClean, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 603 days ago

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Will the Eufy Robovac 11 drag the dust from the hardwood floors onto our area rug?
Related: Eufy RoboVac 11, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 604 days ago

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Looking for a robotic vacuum with good suction, long battery life, won't get hair tangled in brush, cleans edges and corners, goes back to docking station to charge???? price range $200 to $300.
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I am looking to buy a mopping vaccum for my house which has all hardwood flooring. I dont have pets
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I have 4 dogs. Pet hair all over the floors all day every day. I read that the inexpensive brand will eat the cords in the house, and aren't smart enough to turn themselves around if stuck in a corner. Will pet hair clog the machine...how often to clean it?
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For a small area does the 240 battery last to justify the cheaper price?
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Which cleans better Braava Jet 240 or Braava 380t?
Related: Braava Jet 240, Braava 380t, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 744 days ago

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Which is better: Bissell SmartClean 1605, or iRobot Roomba 650? I'm looking for a schedule, cliff detection, good cleaning ability, and automatically adjusts to floor types.
Related: Roomba 650, Bissell SmartClean, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 747 days ago
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Pretty much all robovacs on the market today have all these features. Certainly both the Bissell and iRobot series have these. It's largely going to come down to budget to choose which to purchase, the Bissell being cheaper.

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If I have a Roomba 900 series, do I need the vacuum on the Bissell symphony steam mop or should I go straight to the Bissell PowerFresh?

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Hi, I can not make my mind between Neato XV Signature and Roomba 805. We do not have pets or a lot of rugs, mainly wooden floor.
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