Tag Archives: Vacuum Cleaner Automatic

iRobot Roomba 860 Robotic Vacuum Cleaner Review

Cleaning the whole house is an essential task, but it is as arduous too. Not everyone has enough time to clean their house every day correctly and aseptically. Since our lives are getting busier, we tend to look for ways to get done with our home chores in a lesser amount of time. Plus, it’s not always about living a ...

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ILIFE A4 Robot Vacuum Cleaner Review

Introduction Are you weary and exhausted of putting in your free time vacuuming your home or dealing with pains, aches, and discomfort after hauling your cumbersome vacuum cleaner around the whole house? If yes, then it may be high time for you to consider a robotic, automatic vacuum cleaner. Robotic vacuum machines are an exemplary household device to have as ...

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iRobot Roomba 960 Robotic Vacuum Cleaner Review

iRobot Roomba 960

Introduction The robotic vacuum cleaners are self-propelled and programmable, which means you do not have to do any of the work, except pressing a button and the machine starts cleaning automatically. They use sensors to avoid stairs and other obstacles and can easily clean the dirt under furniture. Some robotic cleaners come with remote controls and they can be programmed ...

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Neato Botvac 80 Review: The Best From Neato

Neato Botvac 80

    Neato is a leader in robotic vacuums, and its model 80 is at the top of the Botvac line. Needless to say, it’s a comprehensive machine, and judging by the reviews, it’s the only robotic vacuum that you’ll ever need. Others compare, the Botvac 80 holds the title for “cheapest comprehensive robotic vacuum”. We’ll go over the features ...

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LG HOM-BOT SQUARE VR6260LVM Review

LG HOM-BOT SQUARE VR6260LVM

To be completely honest, we’re surprised that the LG HOM-BOT isn’t more popular. It’s just about as expensive as other popular robotic vacuum cleaners, and yet it has features that they do not. To clarify “just about as expensive”: this unit might seem like expensive… but if you consider how you’ll never need to vacuum yourself (or hire someone to ...

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LG Roboking VR6378LVM Review: LG’s Most Comprehensive Offering

LG Roboking VR6371LVM

The LG VR6378LVM was originally intended to be used in China, but due to its popularity, LG has adapted the unit to operate in English. (You have to press a button, but past that, it’s the exact same as any other robot vacuum.) With its robot vacuums, LG really goes all out – instead of just having a base unit, ...

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iRobot Roomba 870 Review: A Walkthrough

iRobot Roomba 870

Roomba is the leader in robotic vacuuming, and the 800 series is its latest release. Two models are available – the 870 and the 880. On this page, we’ll cover the 870. You can see our review of the 880 here. Instead of just going through the features one by one, we’ll do it in an interactive way. This is ...

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Roomba 650 Review: Combining Efficiency With Affordability

iRobot Roomba 650

By now, you’ve probably heard of the Roomba. It’s a hands-free vacuum that cleans… well, it cleans virtually everything. There are more then twelve models of the Roomba. The 650 is towards the lower end of the spectrum, but it’s not the absolute cheapest one. We think that’s perfect. You get all of the necessary features without the unnecessary bells ...

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Neato XV Signature Pro Review: The Best On A Budget

Neato XV Signature Pro

    In the world of vacuum cleaners, iRobot’s Roomba line stands out as being the most popular. But when something gets popular, copycats come along… and sometimes, those copycats are even better than the original. Neato’s XV Signature Pro is the copycat of Roomba. Basically, Neato launched a robot vacuum that has almost all of the same features as ...

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Neato XV-21 Review: Automatic Cleaning On A Budget

Neato XV-21

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that robot cleaners exist. But the higher-end models (such as Roomba) aren’t affordable to most people – the best model is close to $1,000. Sure, they have all of the bells and whistles, but if you have a simple pad, you likely don’t need all of the bells and whistles. Those ...

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