Best Robot Vacuum Cleaner

There are a lot of great robot vacuum cleaners in the market. To help you decide which to pick, let’s assess them according to their price range:

Less than 100

Finding robot vacuum cleaners that are less than a hundred dollars is rare. Majority of them are around $300 to even a thousand. However, we’re able to find one that’s popular: P3 P4920 Robotic Vacuum Cleaner.

This vacuum cleaner is basic, with rolling wheels and a couple of brushes. There are no corner brushes, which could have allowed the machine to clean the edges of walls. There are only a few sensors, and there’s only a bumper for collision protection. Moreover, it doesn’t have an on-board scheduler.

However, if you’re looking for something simple, this fits the bill. It is also very lightweight at 3.9 lbs. You can use it to clean one small space at a time. Best of all, it costs no more than $50.

$101–299

We have 3 good options for you, depending on your present need. For example, if you’re searching for a pet vacuum cleaner, we recommend iRobot 545, which actually belongs to the 500 series. It already includes a virtual wall and iAdapt technology, which creates “boundaries” or off-limit areas for your cleaner. It also has its own patented Dirt Detection Technology and a 3-stage cleaning system complete with AeroVac technology. It uses ultra-powerful pressure and suction system to make sure pet hairs and other allergens stuck on linoleum, bare floors, and carpets are removed effectively and quickly. There’s also a self-charging home base. Overall charging time is only 3 hours. At $250, you also obtain a 1-year limited warranty for the robot and 6 months for the battery.

iRobot Scooba 230, on the other hand, functions as a mop too, so it definitely makes your floor more squeaky clean. It can cover 150 square feet at one charge and includes a cliff detection technology so it doesn’t fall off the stairs.

Then you have 4200 Evolution Robotics from Mint. At only $199.99, it’s one of the cheapest robots in the price range. You can also have a 1-year limited warranty for the cleaning machine. It weighs only 4 lbs, has PerfectEdge technology to avoid collision, NorthStar Navigation to search for dirt, and sweep and mop modes for intense cleaning. It can cover 1,000 square feet or 250 square feet when you’re using the mop mode. Charging time can be as short as 2 hours if you’re using turbo.

$300–399

The iRobot 500 series definitely takes the sport within this price range. There’s 530 series, which includes light touch and Dirt Detect technologies. It works with linoleum, tiles, and carpets and includes a wall-following pattern for cleaning. It can clean 3 decent-sized rooms in 1 charge. It uses a fine vacuum filter and compact home base, as well as comes with an extra filter and brush cleaning tool.

Another option is 560, which can work with hardwoods. It gets into very low portions of your home, such as underneath bed skirts and couch skirts. There are 2 virtual walls to create a more efficient off-limit area for your cleaner.

The 564 is another pet-centric vacuum cleaner with AeroVac filters and takes care of up to 3 rooms in a single charge.

$400–599

We’ll go for Samsung Hauzen with this one. It’s one of the lightest among the bunch at 9.9 lbs. It includes a camera-based room mapping system to scout for dirt and uses a single pass method for cleaning. Moreover, it is equipped with a HEPA filter, which traps 0.3 microns of dust, making sure they are not released back into the environment and inhaled by you.

$599–above

Electrolux, one of the best makers of vacuum cleaners, has Triobite, which is expensive at $999.99. Yet it is still easy to carry at 11 lbs. There’s a suspension bumper and ultrasound system to prevent collision. The brush roll and suction system lifts off hard grime and dirt on the floor and carpet, even those found on the wall edges. It has the ability to clean 1.3 feet per second and comes with a high-grade microfilter.

 

 

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