Hoover Robotic Vacuum Reviews: Quest 700, 800 & 1000 Models, & Rogue 970 Wi-Fi

 

When it comes to robotic vacuums, we are interested in the ones that have the capability to clean up pet hair, and of course general mess.

Hoover provides the Quest 700, 800 and 1000 model Robot Vacuums.

What we outline below is that (according to the latest information we could find) these vacuums have been replaced by a new and updated model of vacuum.

This guide is intended to redirect you to that new model – we’ve done a review on that new model.

Let’s jump to it.

 

(NOTE: this is a general information guide only, and is not professional advice, or a substitute for professional advice. A qualified vet or animal expert is the only person qualified to give you expert advice in regards to your pet/s)

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Hoover Quest 1000 Robot Vacuum: Review

 

Quest Models

If you prefer, you can go straight to viewing the 700, 800 and 1000 model vacs here:

However, you should be aware there is now a newer model Hoover out – the Hoover Rogue 970 Wi-Fi.

 

Hoover Rogue 970 Wi-Fi

You can view the Rogue here:

 

Here is a short review and buyer’s guide of the Rogue as well:

 

Hoover Rogue 970 Wi-Fi Robot Vacuum: Review

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Features

A robotic vacuum for thin carpets and hard surfaces

Can be controlled with an app on your smartphone

Also compatible with voice with Amazon Alexa

Has Robart® Mapping with Memory Navigation that uses an advanced laser

Uses SmartWall™ Technology: You can create virtual boundaries in the Hoover Home App to customize what areas are off limits to me

Has 3 different cleaning modes

Has a control centre on the front of the vac that shows you the status

Has scheduled cleaning

Has a smart cleaning program that allows the vac to clean around your house

Has a  main cleaning brush 

Also has side cleaning brushes for walls and edges

Has both drop off, and object cleaning sensors

Has a dirt filter for dirt and debris

Has a dirt container for dust capture – has a .60L capacity

Has a rechargeable battery – has a 120 minute run time.

Automatically docks to re-charge 

Comes with a warranty

 

Drawbacks

Lacks reliability and performance compared to other smartphone app and voice control option on the market

Not for medium to high pile carpets

The vacuum container is quite small

Not for large areas – more for small to medium sized rooms

Not a heavy duty vac – if you want heavy duty, get an upright vac

More for light duty cleaning

For low volume, and thinner pet hair – not for high volumes of thick pet hair

 

Overall

Overall, it’s our opinion the Rogue is not worth the money considering the reliability and performance you get from it. You might like to read this guide which outlines some of the other top robot vacuum models for pet hair and general cleaning, as well as pet hair vacuum buyer’s tips.

 

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Hoover Rogue 970 Wi-Fi Robot Vacuum: Buyer’s Guide

Who Might The Hoover Rogue 970 Wi-Fi Robot Vacuum Be For?

Those looking for a:

  • Robo vac for thin carpets and hard surfaces
  • Smartphone app and Alexa voice compatible vac

 

Who Might The Hoover Rogue 970 Wi-Fi Robot Vacuum NOT Be For?

Those looking for a:

  • Robo vac for really thick carpets
  • A heavy duty upright vac

 

 

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