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iRobot introduced the Roomba 690 in 2017 as WiFi-connected versions of the Roomba 650. The 690 is aimed at consumers trying to decide between the Roomba 650 and competing robot vacuums in the same price range, such as the Neato Botvac D3 connected. For consumers comparing the two brands, the 650’s features did not compare favorably to the Neato, which has WiFi connectivity among other fancy features. That’s where the Roomba 690 comes in. As an upgraded version of the Roomba 650, how does the 690 compare?
Last Updated: August 15, 2017
You should get a Neato Botvac over an iRobot Roomba if cleaning power is more important to you and you don’t mind regularly performing maintenance and cleaning your robot vacuum.
You should get a Roomba over a Neato if you want to do the absolute minimum when it comes to maintenance.
Is there anything more satisfying than watching a robot vacuum your floor? Outside of watching a robot do our laundry or wash our dishes, we don’t think so. So when we got our hands on a couple robotic vacuums, we jumped at the opportunity to do a write up on both.
Last Updated: August 7, 2017
It’s 2017, and iRobot’s Roomba lineup just seems to keep expanding. With so many models to choose from, it’s almost impossible to know which Roomba to buy. You don’t want to spend this much on a robot vacuum and not have it live up to your expectations. iRobot does us no favors when it comes to pointing out the differences. (For those not familiar, iRobot is the company that makes several different home robots, the most popular of which is the Roomba.)
As good as the Roomba is, the information found on iRobot’s official website can be vague and sometimes downright misleading. The one saving grace in their naming convention is that the higher the Roomba’s model number, the more features you can expect to find. However, not every feature is a must, and you should be able to find a model that suits your needs best after reading this guide.
Last Updated: April 28, 2017
If you’re in the market for a robot vacuum in 2017 and want to invest in the best, you are probably considering the Roomba 960 and 980. These two top of the line robot vacuums are the only Roombas currently on the market with Wi-Fi connectivity and mapping tech. But how do they compare? In this article we go over all the differences between the two models and what those differences mean for you.
Have you been thinking about buying a robotic vacuum cleaner? If so, the Roomba 780 may have come up in your research.
It looks fancy enough and costs a small fortune. But does its performance justify the price?
Last Updated: March 21, 2017
Whether you’re a Roomba veteran or new to the robotic vacuum market, picking out a new vacuum is no easy task.
If you have any interest in the Roomba 860, you are already among the savviest of shoppers. It is priced reasonably and contain all the core functions of more expensive Roombas in the 800 series.
The Braava 380t is the current generation of iRobot’s floor sweeping and mopping robots. It is designed for consumers who want to keep the floor clean in between manual mopping sessions.
You’ve been researching robotic vacuums and you’ve heard that Roomba is the best. You’ve narrowed down your choices to the Roomba 870 and 880. But what exactly are the difference between the two?