There are many robovacs on the market that claim to pack in all sorts of unique features but when you get right down to it, many of them are the same. These are some of the best, truly unique, truly feature-packed robot vacuums we’ve come across in 2019.
Best for Most
iRobot Roomba 690
You’d be hard-pressed to find a list of the best robot vacuums without the good ol’ Roomba 690. It’s Wi-Fi connected, giving you the option to control your robovac from its companion smartphone app, and it also works with Amazon Alexa and the Google Assistant, meaning you can issue a voice command to start it cleaning.
iRobot Roomba 980
The Roomba 980 is a powerhouse of a robotic vacuum. It can clean for up to 120 minutes at a time but will dock, recharge, and start cleaning again until the job is done while using Roomba’s Smart Mapping technology to literally map out your house, creating the most efficient cleaning route and remembering where it’s been and what it has left to clean.
ECOVACS Deebot N79S
The Deebot N79S runs for about 1.7 hours before it needs to recharge and includes a three-stage cleaning system (brush rollers, an edge brush, and vacuum suction), but that doesn’t mean it won’t deep sweep your floors. If you’re looking for a budget-friendly robotic vacuum with voice control, the Ecovacs Deebot N79S is absolutely worth a look.
eufy RoboVac 15c
The eufy BoostIQ RoboVac 15c is a smart robotic vacuum that works great for cleaning up the fur and hair your pets leave behind. It doesn’t have Wi-Fi connectivity, and you won’t be able to control your robot while you’re out of your home, but you can set it cleaning with the included remote control, making it both convenient and reliable.
Neato Robotics D7
The Neato D7’s D-shaped design gives it more room for an extra-large dust box, a wider cleaning brush, and a closer clean for corners and baseboards. Once it’s mapped out your home, you can use the companion app to create virtual boundaries that’ll keep the vacuum from running over your tassel-laden carpet or bumping into your pet’s water bowl.
Deebot OZMO 601
The DEEBOT OZMO 601 from Ecovacs can pull double duty. It works as a vacuum, gobbling up dirt, dust, pet hair, and more from your carpets, or as a mop, with included pads for mopping the hard surfaces in your home. It’s got 120 minutes of run time, and will automatically return to its charger when it runs low on battery.
Keep your house neat and tidy with help from a robot maid
All of these vacuums are great options for delegating the time-consuming chore of vacuuming your home, ranging from barebones but budget-friendly to the truly expensive and robust. For our money, we’d go with the iRobot Roomba 690. It’s a reliable workhorse of a vacuum, and while it might not have all of the bells and whistles of its more expensive counterparts, it’s a great choice for most homes.
If you’re looking to save a bit more money, though, then the ECOVACS Deebot N79S is worth taking a peek at. You get 1.7 hours of battery life, and a reliable cleaning tool that’ll keep your floors spick-and-span.
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