10 Best Robot Vacuums


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With the future speaking of robotics and automation taking a toll, you get to know and use a lot of products and utilities that need minimal human intervention. Robotic vacuums are widely used appliances in many countries that automate the cleaning process at home. These models work on plain floor/carpet but cannot climb objects for now (lets hope for future).

The following article lists the best robotic vacuums that you can buy for your home right now! Have a look.


10. PureClean Robot Vacuum ($153.42)

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This is Pure Clean’s robotic vacuum cleaner with automatic docking and schedule activation system. The built-in HEPA filter fights dust and the unit does not clog with pet hair. It has a powerful suction with advanced and improved programming to prevent the robot from getting stuck on carpets rugs and household obstacles. The wireless remote control allows activation, and you can schedule and manage the robot while working. It leaves edges and corners spotlessly clean and has dual rotating side brushes which sweep debris under the powerful suction.

This vacuum is a great value for all the work it does to get my floors clean! It’s effortless cleaning on my part because I can set a schedule for the vacuum to run (I prefer at night or early morning) and it does not disrupt my day in any fashion. If I do choose to use it during the day (mainly for spot cleaning and edges) I love that the vacuum is quiet, especially in comparison to other robotic vacuums on the market right now. The navigation on this vacuum is superb! It can automatically sense objects and walls and slows down before hitting it so it doesn’t run entirely force into items and walls. The robot does a pretty good job keeping the dust and hair levels down in my home.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.

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9. Mint Robot Vacuum ($479.55)

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This is a compact and sturdy hard floor cleaner which can run up to 3 hours on a single charge using microfiber cloths or most brands of disposable cloths. This unit is guided by North Star Navigation System to clean open areas methodically, around furniture and rugs, and along room perimeter. It boasts whisper-quiet operation and turns itself off when it is done working. The unit measures 9.6 inches wide by 8.5 inches deep by 3.1 inches high. Covers the room and goes past all obstacles flawlessly and uses wet and dry cloths for cleaning.

Good tile floor sweeper, but it is not without its flaws. It covers the room flawlessly and also doesn’t get stuck (very often at least). The main issue I have with it is the pad usually needs changing in the middle of cleaning for larger rooms and that it sometimes will “drop” hair when it hits walls. Other than these negatives, it gets the job done and is a lazy man’s dream.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.

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8. Rollibot Robot Vacuum ($149.99)

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This is a mini Rollibot vacuum cleaner with double sided brush and high suction power. The unit has automatic recharging battery that lasts 100 minutes and self-charges. It has a HEPA filter which ensures only clean air emissions. It also kills germs with an onboard UV light on the underside. You can also use the remote control to monitor the robot manually. It takes less than 5 minutes to set up for daily tasks. It has an Impressive vacuum power and a mop attachment. It also has tonnes of additional modes for customised cleaning. The unit does not fall off stairs and knows its way around carpet and rugs.

I clean for a lady who bought a neato, and I thought that worked well. Compared to this that thing sucks, and it’s half the price. This Rollibot even impressed my husband that I had to beg for two years to get. It’s faster it’s smarter and has more features than the neato. The little bristles on the side make a huge improvement on the cleaning, they pull debris towards the middle for suction. I’ve used it twice now in one day, and it’s run time in my house 1100 Sq ft of all laminate is 1 1/2 hours. So far I’m very pleased with the price and capabilities of this little guy. Hoping it lasts” – Amazon’s Customer Review.

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7. Haier Robot Vacuum ($179.99)

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This is Haier’s self-charging cleaning robot vacuum with a remote control. The unit has rated 50DB for low noise design and allows you to leave it to clean the house comfortably. It has a sensitive IR sensor which saves the robot from dropping itself. It vacuums, sweeps and mops all by itself and automatically docks and recharges when power is about to run out. It has multiple cleaning modes as follows: automatic cleaning/Spot cleaning/Edge cleaning /schedule cleaning. This robotic vacuum is suitable for hardwood floor and 8-10mm undercoat carpet. 

Perfect fit for my needs! My 9-year-old kids still miss their mouths 1/2 the time. I got this to do the daily sweep under the bar after breakfast and lunch. Works great! Because I am not using it on the carpet, I wanted a vacuum that does not have a rolling brush. The sweepers work very well collecting food, hair, dust, and the micro fibre pad leaves our wood floor wiped clean. I’ve run the vacuum every day for two weeks now without issue. After each run, the compartment is emptied, microfiber pad is shaken off, and sweepers are checked for any obstructions. The whole processes take about a minute.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.

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6. iLife Robot Vacuum ($179.99)

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This is iLife’s A4 robotic vacuum cleaner with 3 step cleaning system which allows you to thoroughly clean a thin carpet and also adapt to hardwood, laminate tile floor. It features a fade-free battery which works longer, hence more cleaning. The unit has motorised low profile body with tangle free sensors to avoid sticking or falling. Sleeker, powerful, compact this unit because of its low height goes under couches and other low furniture easily. It has an amazing battery life of 180min

Recommended by a friend and happy with the vacuum! It does everything well as described, can clean the hard floor and carpet, pick up an incredible amount of debris and furs. The only problem is sometimes it could lose its way back to charging dock, but considering its excellent work on cleaning, I’d like to give him a hand once in a while.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.

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5. Roomba Vacuum ($297.00)

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This is Roomba’s 3-stage cleaning AeroVac vacuum (it will vacuum and re-dock itself when it is done) which pulls dirt, hair and debris off the brushes and into the large chamber bin. The dirt detection technology uses sensors to identify dirtier areas and spends more time cleaning them. It has inbuilt advanced system of software and sensors that allow Roomba to clean the room more thoroughly. The unit does not get stuck in cords and stops itself when it gets stuck. Compact and does a great job. 

Stunned. This thing is amazing and exceeded all of my expectations. We have dogs, cats, lots of kids so we vacuum with our heavy duty upright twice a day – no exaggeration. My carpet looks clean, so I let our Roomba loose last night in our living area just to make sure it was a working unit, etc. To my total shock this baby picked up an ENTIRE collection tray full of dust, hair, fibres, seeds, you name it. I just can’t believe it since, as I mentioned, we vacuum twice a day. I let it run in the same room this morning before I left to work and my son reported that it again filled up an entire collection tray! Five stars, I will highly recommend the Roomba 620 to EVERYONE I know. Fantastic product!” – Amazon’s Customer Review.

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4. bObsweep Robot Vacuum ($219.00)

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This is Bobsweep’s robotic vacuum cleaner. It is specially designed for cleaning up pet hair and paw prints. It simultaneously sweeps, vacuums, mops and UV sterilises all types of floors. It has a 1-litre dustbin and has HEPA filtration system which removes harmful allergens from the air. The unit also has personalised cleaning schedule and automatically self-charges. It covers relatively large rooms too and adjusts well to different types of floor. Easy enough to use and has multiple cleaning modes. A little glitch; it might get stuck on loose cords, and the dustbin does not come with a bag.

I could never say anything bad about, Bob. He vacuums my house for me; he will forever be apart of our family. He does get a little hung up under my cabinets so I just supervise him in the kitchen. Good trash capacity. I have pets, tile, hardwood, and carpet runners. It does fine on all surfaces. Works better than my upright just takes him a little longer to finish a room. Mop feature works better if the floors are already vacuumed. He always docs himself when he gets tired. I love my BoB Sweep.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.

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3. Neato Robotics Robot Vacuum ($420.20)

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This is Neato Robotics XV Signature Pro Robotic Vacuum cleaner. You can easily schedule daily cleanings or just push a button for spot clean or instant multi-room cleaning. This unit works on all types of the floor like wood, vinyl, carpet tile. It has an extremely good suction and the two high-performance filters reduce dust and allergies. The blade and brush system offers the best performance on any floor and picks up the tough-to-pick pet hair. It’s improved aerodynamic design hugs the floor for superior pickup.

I own a husky and this item alone is going to not only keep my place cleaner but will also save me tonnes of time preparing for guests to arrive. I highly recommend this item. It has exceeded my expectations.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.

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2. iRobot 770 Robot Vacuum ($499.99)

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This is iRobot’s Roomba vacuuming robot with iAdapt navigation which uses sensors to navigate and adapt to your changing environment. It is gentle on furniture by slowing down, and suction is good with bigger dustbins. It has 3 stage cleaning system and the direct dirt series II identifies dirtier areas and spends more time cleaning those. You can conveniently schedule up to 7 times per week. It automatically docks and recharges and works on all types of floors. 

Seriously the best thing ever!!! I have a long haired cat, a Great Dane ( totally counts at two dogs), a five yr old, a two yr old and my awesome spouse. Our bedrooms are carpeted, and the main living area is hardwood and laminate. We would sweep, then vacuum then damp mop the floors almost daily!!! I can’t tell you enough how amazing this gadget is! Not only are the floors super clean, but this guy has also been cleaning under my bed!!! I like how it gets really into the corners. Love love loves it. I honestly felt like we are pretty decent people. Look at that dang picture! Lol” – Amazon’s Customer Review.

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1. iRobot 650 Robot Vacuum ($323.98)

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This is iRobot’s Roomba vacuuming robot with iAdapt navigation which uses sensors to navigate and adapt to your changing environment. It has 3 stage cleaning system and the direct dirt series II identifies dirtier areas and spends more time cleaning those. You can conveniently schedule up to 7 times per week. It automatically docks and recharges and works on all types of floors. The unit easily runs 45mins – 1.5 hours on full charge. It goes around in random little patterns and does a great job of picking up all the hair and dirt bits. After each run, it runs back to the charging system and charges itself. It makes noise but not too loud for you to get disturbed. 

Pyrenees = constant cleaning of pooch fur. The Roomba does a great job. It fits under our couch, where little “tumbleweeds” of fur tend to gather. The best part fits under our bed! No more “little Pyrenees” living under there!” – Amazon’s Customer Review.

 

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  1. Are these listed in order of worst to best? I’m just wondering why the 770 would be worse than the 650, since that seems kinda counterintuitive, but certainly not out of the realm of possibility – not everything that’s newer is better!

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