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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: June 12, 2018
When you think of robotic vacuums, the name that comes to mind almost immediately is “Roomba.” In fact, when you talk about a robotic vacuum, you probably call it a Roomba, regardless of the brand or model. Roomba has been synonymous with robotic vacuums since the early 2000’s, when you could purchase one from your local Sharper Image store or mail order catalog. And, like every trend, when a product becomes popular, more people manufacture similar products.
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: July 3, 2019
With the release of the Roomba i7 and e5 last year, there are almost too many robot vacuums from iRobot to choose from. It’s impossible to know which Roomba to buy without doing a little bit of research.
Choosing a Roomba should not be so hard. As good as Roombas are, the information found on manufacturer iRobot’s official website can be vague and somewhat misleading.
The Roomba s9+ is arguably the most sophisticated robot vacuum on the market today, but not every feature is a must. Different households have different needs from their robot vacuums. You don’t want to spend this much on a robot vacuum and not have it live up to your expectations. It’s hard to know which features you need and which ones are just marketing fluff.
That’s where this guide comes in. This guide is the result of my personal experience with Roombas and over 25 hours of exhaustive research. Plus updates every time a major model is released. After reading it, you should have pretty good idea of which model will best suit your needs.
Last Updated: November 15, 2018
If you’re in the market for a robot vacuum and want to invest in the best, you are probably considering the Roomba 960 and 980. These two top of the line robot vacuums both come 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: February 15, 2019
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 reasonably priced 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.