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In the world of robotics, floor cleaning robots have become more popular than toasters. There is one barrier no robot has been able to cross yet, though. No robot can vacuum, sweep and mop on equal terms. The models that try either fail across the board or only succeed in one of the areas.
In the past, the idea of a robot that could sweep, vacuum and mop was novel, sought-after, but never quite worked. The problem is that an all-in-one robot tends to focus on one aspect more than the other. The ones that mopped well, didn’t vacuum good, and vice-versa.
The Roomba 980 is easily one the top rated, most reviewed and purchased robot vacuum of our time. When it was released, it was the most advanced, highest powered and technological wonder ever. Aside from that, it cleans really well, too. Since, other Roomba models, like the 985, started appearing and making waves.
20 years ago the Roomba 600 series debuted and they were considered the best robot vacuums ever created. Fast forward to today, in 2020, and the 600 series robots are still being sold in record numbers. What they lack in features and technology, they make up for in durability and efficiency.
The Roomba 675 is one of the most popular 600 series robots ever. It is so popular, in fact, it is still being sold through iRobot, alone with several other retailers, online vendors and outlets. The Roomba 670, originally released in Australia, made its way around Europe before finally landing in North America.
Sometimes all the bells and whistles that come with robotic cleaners can be a bit too much. If you are looking to get a floor cleaning assistant and don’t want to break the bank, there is good news. The Roomba 600 series robots are still for sale and do a fantastic cleaning job.
The early Roomba robots had a lot of varying model numbers without a lot of differences. We uncover that mystery today while we review and compare the Roomba 675 and 677 models. If you are looking for your next wallet-friendly Roomba robot, you are in the right place.
The robot vacuum market is swarmed with new models, new brands and an ever growing list of technological advances. Why, then, are older generation models like the Roomba 677 still sticking around? The simple answer is value for the money.
With new models coming out on a regular basis the older generation Roomba vacuums are getting price cuts. Because of this, old robots are finding new homes. The most popular 600 series robot, the Roomba 675, is one such robot. It doesn’t have a lot of fancy features, but it performs.