Navigation A good navigation system means that the vacuum easily moves around your home, avoiding obstacles, stairs, corners, furniture, and more, while navigating from room to room. This is done through a form ... Show more
Gets under the bed, tables, chairs due to its slim design.
Auto Return As the vacuum’s battery dies, either the device will simply continue cleaning until it runs out of battery, or it will detect the low battery and return to its base to recharge. If the device continue ... Show more
Stair Detection Known as avoidance technology, certain sensors in robot vacuums help detect drop-offs, such as stairs and ledges, to avoid them. This is done through a “cliff sensor” that detects a drop-off, usually ... Show more
Virtual Wall A virtual wall, sometimes called a “tower” or “lighthouse,” creates a barrier that the robot vacuum can’t cross, which can be used to keep the vacuum out of or confined to certain areas or rooms. This ... Show more
Wifi / App Controlled Some robotic vacuums can be controlled by your smartphone through a mobile app, which is essentially a more advanced remote control. You are typically able to start/stop the vacuum’s cleaning, control ... Show more
Remote Control Remote controls typically enable you to start and stop the cleaning process and/or direct the vacuum’s movements to specific areas in the home. A remote control is an added convenience for those who w ... Show more
Auto Scheduling Feature Auto scheduling allows you to program the vacuum to a cleaning schedule (daily, every other day, weekly, etc.), where it turns on and cleans automatically at a set time. Otherwise, you have to manuall ... Show more
Battery Life Battery life indicates the maximum amount of time a vacuum can run on one charge. On average, robot vacuum batteries last around 1.5 hours, with higher end options getting up to two hours on a full ch ... Show more
How long does it take the battery to charge completely?
Continues Cleaning Once Recharged When a vacuum’s battery dies, one of two things can happen: 1) the vacuum starts over cleaning without any memory of what it cleaned before the battery died, or 2) the vacuum will resume cleaning from ... Show more
Floor Type Different robot vacuums are made for different floor types based on the cleaning mechanism within the device, which can include a brush, a mop, or both. Robot vacuums with large brushes are best for c ... Show more
Brush Type Most vacuums use brushes to pick up debris, since suction alone isn’t usually enough to effectively clean (especially on rough surfaces like carpet). These brush rolls can have different brush types, ... Show more
Dual Multi-Surface Brushes
HEPA Filter HEPA filters help limit the allergens that get into the air when you vacuum. If you suffer from allergies, choosing a vacuum with a HEPA filter is a must. Note that HEPA filters do wear down over time ... Show more
Suitable for Pets The ability to pick up pet hair is a feature that will be explicitly noted in the vacuum’s specifications. If you have pets, it’s imperative that you choose a vacuum that’s equipped for picking up pet ... Show more
Dimensions When it comes to size for robot vacuums, pay particular attention to the height measurement. If the device is too tall, it won’t fit under beds, dressers, couches, and other furniture to clean in the ... Show more
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