ArchiveCategory Archives for "Floors"
When it comes to cleaning your floors, it used to be a chore. Pull the heavy vacuum from the closet, unwind the cord, plug it in, vacuum a little, move to another outlet, repeat until done. Now, with the aid of robotic vacuums, you can do less manual floor cleaning and spend more time doing what you like to do.
Yet another entry in the Roomba class that is quickly becoming the best budget-friendly line-ups in the industry, the Roomba 618 gives you a clean you can trust without a lot of extras to get in the way. Depending on your specific needs and preferences the 618 could be the perfect model for you.
The Roomba line keeps pushing out models with slight changes, trying to find the perfect balance between cost-savings and marketability. The Roomba 640 takes the advancements of the Roomba 690 and subtracts WiFi communications as well as dollars.
When iRobot released the Roomba i7, it was touted by the company as the greatest robot they have ever made; Unseating the Roomba 980 as the top-tier model. Some believe the Roomba 980 is still the best of the best. However, the release of the budget-friendly Roomba e5 is still turning heads.
If you are in the market for a robotic vacuum and do not want to spend a lot of cash, a budget-friendly model may be right for you. The Roomba 671 and Roomba 690 are two of the best cost-saving robots available today.
The makers of Roomba robotic vacuums also make robotic mops. These devices aren’t a 3-in-1 machine trying to do too much. They have one job, and they do it well. Just like the Roomba robots only vacuum, the Braava robots only mop. Which one, though, is right for you?
Robot vacuum seem to get all the glory, but it could be the robot mops that are the real MVPs. Not only does iRobot produce some of the best robot vacuums with their Roomba lines, but they also have some worthy mopping robots to consider. The Braava Jet M6 and Braava Jet 240 go head to head in this article.
The Roomba 614 has recently become one of the lowest cost, budget-friendly Roomba models on the market. Is the lower price worth losing out on some much-appreciated features, though? The Roomba 690 is another wallet-saving model with a few more features.
There is a lot of confusion when it comes to the Roborock S5 model. When you see the S5 on sale right next to the Roborock S50, you will probably scratch your head and wonder what the differences are.
Roborock makes some of the best vacuum and mopping robots out there. Let’s find find out how the Roborock S6 set out to one-up the S5 in this review.