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The odds are you are here because you are interested in getting started with robotic vacuums. However, if you are either on a tight budget, or you don’t want to go all out just yet, you may not know which one to choose. Getting started with robotic vacuums, you have probably heard of the budget-friendly iRobot Roomba 690.
What you may not know about though is the Chinese based Eufy RoboVac 11 +. Another budget-friendly vacuum that reviewers are claiming is going to unseat the king of autonomous vacuums. So how does the Eufy stack up against the Roomba 690?
In this article, I will cover all the features and options of each model. We will learn about the pros and cons as well as a side by side comparison of the two robots. I will also detail the features, so you know what they really do, and I will even answer your most common questions.
When you are looking to begin automating your home or add products to your existing smart home, one of the first choices is a robotic vacuum. iRobot has amassed a virtual army of robotic vacuums. Each one has its own advantages and disadvantages over the other models.
So how do you know which one to choose? That’s where we come in. This guide will compare two popular robotic vacuum models to give you an in-depth look at each one. Hopefully, you will find the features and options you are looking for and can make an informed decision on your next purchase.
If you work long hours, coming home to a house that needs a good cleaning should be the least of your worries. Perhaps you have pets that shed so much it is impossible to keep up with, or maybe you are just lazy, tired and just plain don’t want to clean.
Whatever the case may be, you are considering making a robot vacuum purchase. If you can’t decide which one to buy, perhaps we can be of assistance. Today we will let the iRobot 880 and the iRobot 980 battle it out for robot vacuum supremacy.
If you are in the market for a robotic vacuum to help keep your floors clean, the iRobot Roomba is a popular choice.
With many different models to choose from the choice can become difficult. This review will compare the top of the line for the 600 series, the Roomba 690, with the top of the line for the 800 series, the Roomba 890.
When it comes to maintaining the floor cleanliness of your home, more people are turning to robotic vacuums. Why not? Any means to help clean the floors with robotic automation is a good thing.
The top of the line for the iRobot Roomba 800 series is the Roomba 880 and the Roomba 890. These robot vacuums pack value and features together to offer you a home cleaning solution you can be proud of.
The differences between the two models are very slight, but they might be enough to pull you to one side or the other. The similarities will make a choice more difficult but will help you decide which features you can do without or just have to have.
It’s a simple thing: you’re in the market for a new vacuum, and you heard terrific things about the Roomba robot vacuums. What isn’t simple is learning there are more models to choose from than you’ve had birthdays.
Don’t worry; this ultimate guide will compare two of the most advanced and popular models on the market.
The Roomba 890 is the top of the line for iRobot’s 800 series while the 980 is the 900 series top contender. In a lot of ways, these two machines are very similar. However, there are features which can make or break your decision.
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: Oct 27, 2017
Get a Neato Botvac (see on Amazon) if cleaning power is more important to you and you don’t mind regularly performing maintenance and cleaning your robot vacuum.
Get a Roomba (see on Amazon) 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.