iRobot Roomba Reviews

From automating home use appliances to building robots for use by the US Armed Forces and explorers for both terrestrial and extraterrestrial endeavors, iRobot has been continuously expanding the horizons of robotic applications ever since its founded in 1990.

In that respect, the Roomba from iRobot stands at the pinnacle of robotic vacuum cleaning technology, and every model be it from the 600 series or the 700 series is specifically designed for the modern home. From the cleaning to the roving and overall convenience associated with using the appliance, there are just too many technologies at work here.

Technologies and Innovations found in iRobot Roombas:

Employing a patented triple stage cleaning system, the Roomba’s spinning side brush carefully cleans along the wall edges, whereas its counter-rotating brushes efficiently pick up the dirt from the floor just like you would do using a broom and dustpan. Finally, the vacuum action sucks any loose dirt that has been produced as a result of the above two actions to deposit the same into the appliance’s dustbin.

Powered by iRobot’s responsive cleaning technology (iAdapt), the Roomba is able to vacuum every section of a room including carpets, bare floor, along wall edges, under and around furniture. The best part is that it can perform these operations all while avoiding stairs and traversing through floors cluttered with toys, wires or sleeping pets for that matter.

Home Base technology, which is available in select Roomba models prompts the robotic vacuum cleaner to return to its docking station once it’s completed the intended clean-up job as well as between cleaning cycles to recharge. Similarly, features like infrared guides (termed as ‘Virtual Wall Lighthouse) allow the appliance to perform specific vacuum cleaning operations based on preset schedules while systematically moving from one room to the other.

A few of the best iRobot Roombas on the market:

iRobot Roomba 760 Review

Multiple attempts at cleaning dirty spots, auto-transition between different floor types, excellent performance on rugs and deep pile carpet, long lasting bin size, high suction power are a just of the capabilities of the iRobot Roomba 760. It is a huge improvement over previous installments and is well worth looking into for those concerned about a long term robotic investment.

9.8
2 iRobot Roomba 770 Review

iRobot Roomba 770 Review

Want a vacuum cleaner to tackle heavy dirt laden carpets, handle conventional smooth floors and take care of rugs, under furniture area without ever having to correct or control it? Try the iRobot Roomba 770, the current best robotic vac in the market. Assured to pick up 98 percent of all dirt and debris, this little toy is sure to keep your house dirt free at all times.investment.

9.4
3 iRobot Roomba 780 Review

iRobot Roomba 780 Review

An ideal solution for hands-free cleaning, the iRobot Roomba 780 is the top of the line robotic vacuum cleaner from iRobot with cutting edge technology that gives it the power of true automation. Great with pet hair, equally adept at carpet and bare floor cleaning, get it if you don’t like vacuuming at all.

9.4
4 iRobot Roomba 630 Review

iRobot Roomba 630 Review

The Roomba 630 is at present the cheapest offering from iRobot designed for folks who are curious about this fledgling industry. While it won’t downright impress you like the 700 or higher 600 series, it will however give you an awesome glimpse of the capabilities of robotic vacs with full automation and silent cleaning efficiency.

User rating:
9.3