✅ TOP 5: Best Robot Vacuum 2019


Nobody likes household chores, but they have
to be done. Unfortunately, we don’t live like the Jetsons
yet, but you can get capable robot vacuum cleaners to take care of the dust and dirt
for you. Robot vacuums can’t completely replace manual
cleaning, but they can help cut down on the amount of time you spend waging war on dust
bunnies. Before we get started with our video detailing
the best robot vacuums on the market, we have included links in the description for each
product mentioned, so make sure you check those out to see which one is in your budget
range. Starting off with the best overall robot vacuum,
we have the iRobot Roomba 690. You don’t have to spend a fortune to own a
robot vacuum cleaner, but you don’t have to go with a low-powered one, either. The iRobot Roomba 690 sits right in the middle
of the road, making it the best robot vacuum for most people. It has strong suction and smart features like
voice control that put it above most budget vacuums. It’s an even better deal now, coming in at
$300. iRobot’s three-stage cleaning system loosens
dirt and debris so it’s easy to suck up. The vacuum has a spinning side brush, which
is very effective. Setup is easy and the companion app is excellent. You even get introductory videos with tips
to help you get started. It’s so easy to use that we had our bot up
and running in about 10 minutes. The Roomba 690 can clean carpet, rugs, tile,
hardwood, and laminate floors without any problems. It navigates around obstacles like furniture,
clutter, and other objects. You can also set up barriers, so your bot
doesn’t clean the wrong room or stumble onto your thick shag carpet and stop running. We created a barrier between our hardwood
and tile floors so we could separate the rooms better. We tested out the iRobot Roomba 690 and came
away very impressed. It picked up dirt, dust, cat and human hair,
cat litter, crumbs, and just about everything else we threw at it. It wasn’t quite as powerful as the $700+ robot
vacuums we tested, and it did get stuck on a stray shoelace, but overall, it impressed
us, and we think it offers the best bang for your buck. Since it’s a smart vacuum that’s Wi-Fi-enabled,
you can set a schedule for it to clean during specific times and more in the companion app. You can even control it with your voice using
Amazon’s Alexa or the Google Assistant. We tried it a few times, and it really felt
like living in the future. The Roomba 690 runs for 60 minutes and returns
to its base for charging as soon as it runs out of juice. It’s funny to see your robot amble its way
home without any assistance. The robot vacuum played nice with our cat,
too, so have no fear that your Roomba will run over your pets. If anything, be worried that your cat may
pounce on your Roomba. Next up we have the best robot vacuum for
less than $250 which goes to the Eufy RoboVac 11S. Who says you have to pay an arm and a leg
to robotically clean your home? Certainly not the startup Eufy, which launched
its budget-friendly RoboVac line last year. We tried the 11 and we loved it, but the startup’s
latest robot vacuum, the Eufy 11S, is our new budget pick because it has a slimmer profile
that fits in tighter spaces, a slightly longer runtime, and improved features. Most importantly, the 11S will help you do
your chores, so you can save time and money. Because it only costs $220, we called it the
smartest investment you’ll make all year in our full review. While the 11S is smaller than previous RoboVac
models, the 11S boasts a larger dustbin to collect more dirt, and 30% stronger suction
to clean floors even more efficiently. Although the 11S is only 2.85-inches tall,
its diminutive size allows it to sneak under bed frames, cabinets, and other tight spaces
without getting stuck. It navigated across hardwood, tile, and carpet
effortlessly. The 11S gets 100 minutes of battery life while
cleaning, and its suction has also been upgraded, so it is better equipped to pick up dirt and
debris from your carpets or cracks in your floor. One of the RoboVac 11S’ most notable strengths
is that it has several modes. Spot mode, for instance, will focus on cleaning
a small, specific area for two minutes, while Single Room mode will start a 30-minute cleaning
session in a certain space. The RoboVac’s remote also lets you set up
a schedule, so you can start your vacuum before you go to work, and return home to spotless
floors. Overall, the vacuum maneuvers pretty gracefully
around furniture and molding, and picks up all the dust, hair, and everything else that
amasses in a home with ease. Sure, you may be horrified when you empty
the dustbin every couple of days to see just how much stuff is collecting on your floor,
but hey, it beats dealing with it on your own. And with a price tag this low, it won’t feel
like a robotic vacuum is a luxury, but rather a necessity. It may not have all the smart features like
app or voice control, but it cleans just as well as our top pick and costs almost $200
less. The only reason it wasn’t our top pick is
that it is lacking smart features like voice and app control, and we’re nerdy enough to
wish for those features. However, if those things don’t matter to you,
it’s an excellent deal. Up next we have the best connected robot vacuum
cleaner which goes to the Neato Botvac Connected. If you want one of the very best robot vacuum
cleaners available, you need to check out the Neato Botvac Connected. This Wi-Fi connected bot works with a companion
app and voice control with Amazon Alexa. It has great suction, and it’ll clean your
home better than cheaper robot vacuums. The Botvac excels at picking up hair, which
is great news for pet owners and anyone with long hair. The bot will send you notifications when it’s
done cleaning and you can schedule cleanings right in the app. Neato also supports voice control with Amazon’s
Alexa, so you don’t even have to open the app if you’re feeling lazy. It can clean any type of flooring, and its
D-Shape design lets it fit in weird spots where other vacuums have trouble. The shape may make it harder to adjust course
at times, though. Its CornerClever technology helps the bot
cut closer to corners and tight spots to get the dust that others might miss. The Botvac uses a laser to map your house
and navigate around objects instead of running into them and correcting course. You can choose between two cleaning modes:
Eco is quieter and conserves energy, while Turbo picks up more hair, dust, and debris
in the least amount of time possible. Both modes are great, though you’ll probably
use Eco more often than the Turbo mode. The only downside here is the high price tag,
but it may be worth it for the smart features and strong suction. Next we have the best high-end robot vacuum
for bigger homes which goes to the iRobot Roomba 960. If you want great suction, smart features,
and seamless performance, you’ll have to pay for it. The iRobot Roomba 960 may be expensive, but
it is a great high-end robot vacuum cleaner. It’s also more affordable now that it’s on
sale for $529. It has more smarts and more suction power
than our top pick and it can clean your entire first floor without stopping as it moves from
room to room. It’s sure to satisfy those of you who have
a bigger home or just need a more intense clean from your bot. Just like the other vacuums in our guide,
the 960 can clean any type of flooring and suck up dirt, dust, and debris without a hitch. The app lets you schedule and initiate cleanings,
but it also shows you maps of the area your bot has cleaned. The 960 learns your floorplan to clean more
efficiently every time and it can move from room to room all on its own. Setup is very easy and the app is excellent. You even get introductory videos with tips
to help you get started. It’s so easy to use that we had our bot up
and running in about 10 minutes. The Roomba also works with Amazon Alexa and
the Google Assistant, so you can tell it to clean with a simple voice command. We tried that a handful of times, and it was
pretty amazing. The 960 uses iRobot’s iAdapt 2.0 Navigation
with Visual Localization to clean more effectively, and it has five times more suction power than
our top pick and other Roomba 600 series cleaners. You can tell the difference, too. In our tests, the 960 left less debris behind
and managed to get more pet hair in a single pass than others. It navigated around obstacles fairly well
and only got stuck when it ran into a stray power cord we’d left in its path. The vacuum goes back to its charging station
as soon as it’s done cleaning. You don’t need to stop and restart it because
it moves from room to room on its own. It’ll also go right back to its home base
when it needs to recharge. If you have pets, don’t worry — the Roomba
won’t hit them, and it’s much more likely to scare them out of its way than anything. My cat got very curious about the strange
moving creature with no scent, but she tended to avoid its path as it vacuumed. You can run it for up to 75 minutes before
it goes to charge itself back up. It’ll even pick up where it left off before
it had to go charge, so you don’t need to worry that it missed a spot. It’s truly a great robot vacuum cleaner if
you have the money for it. And for our last pick we have the best high-end
self-navigating robot vacuum which goes to the Electrolux i9. You won’t have to worry about the Electrolux
i9 falling down a flight of stairs or scuffing the legs of those heirloom wooden chairs you’ve
had in your family for generations upon generations. Rather, this truly 21st-century robotic vacuum
is probably more careful and precise than you are when it comes to navigating around
the nooks, crannies, and other obstacles of your home. Key to the effectiveness of the vacuum is
its 3D Vision navigation technology, which employs a camera and a laser to ensure that
the vacuum can navigate around any obstacle. Unlike other robotic vacuums that employ a
circular shape, the i9 is actually more triangular, which means that it’s able to get into small
spaces and odd angles that you may otherwise have trouble reaching, even with a traditional
vacuum. You’ll likely be surprised to find that the
i9 does a particularly good job in cleaning the small space between the bottom of your
cabinets and the floor, or other areas where crumbs tend to congregate. We were certainly impressed when we reviewed
it. In addition to the clever shape, the i9 comes
with two 21-centimeter wide front brushes to sweep up dirt, dust, and debris on your
hardwood, tile, carpet, and anything in between. But the most useful brush is the anti-tangle
PowerBrush, which helps to extend the vacuum’s reach, and helps it clean out corners, particularly
on hard surfaces. If you have hardwood next to carpet, you’re
not to worry — The AutoPower feature of the i9 means that it automatically adjusts
its suction settings based on the surface it’s cleaning. While the i9 doesn’t come with voice control
(yet), you can use the companion app to tell the vacuum exactly where to go or access the
spot cleaning function for a more concentrated clean. When you’re ready to send the vacuum back
to its charging dock, just press the home button, and it’ll find its way to its initial
starting point. It automatically begins charging once docked
and regains a full charge in a matter of a couple hours. So that sums up our top robot vacuums of 2019. We hope you enjoyed. If you did please leave a like on the video
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