iRobot Roomba 652 Robot Vacuum Cleaner: Review

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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.

One of these models is the iRobot Roomba 652 Robot Vacuum Cleaner, which can be scheduled to clean up to 7 times a week.

In this iRobot Roomba 652 Robot Vacuum Cleaner Review, we look at the main features and potential drawbacks to this robotic vacuum so you can get a good idea or not whether it’s worth your money.

It’s worth noting the newest model Roombas are out now which includes the 690 model, which is the newest model in the 600 series. You can check out the new Roombas in this Roomba comparison guide.

Let’s take a better look at 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)

 

iRobot Roomba 652 Robot Vacuum Cleaner: Review

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iRobot Roomba 652 Robot Vacuum Cleaner (on Amazon)

 

iRobot Roomba 652 Robot Vacuum Cleaner: Review

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Features

  • A robot vacuum for all surface types – carpet through to hard floors
  • Has 3-Stage Cleaning System that loosens, lifts and cleans
  • Has dual multi surface brushes for pet hair and regular hair
  • Also has a side cleaning brush for walls and edges
  • Vacuum Automatically docks and recharges after cleaning
  • Has Smart Sensors that allows the vacuum to navigate effectively and automatically
  • Has Cliff detect sensors to avoid stairs and other drop-offs
  • Has an Auto-Adjust Cleaning Head automatically adapts its height to effectively clean carpets and hard floors
  • Has Dirt Detect Technology to identify dirtier spots on the surface and clean those spots
  • There’s also a ‘clean’ button that you can press and the vacuum will go off and clean for itself
  • You can also schedule the vac to clean at specific time up to 7 times a week
  • Has a Lithium Ion Battery it runs on
  • Is a bagless container vac
  • Weighs around 8lbs
  • The vac is 3.6 inches tall, is specifically designed to fit under most furniture, beds and kickboards
  • Comes with a Filter 
  • Has a 1 year limited vacuum and 6 month battery warranty

Drawbacks

  • There’s the new model 690 Roomba out now
  • Doesn’t have mutli room navigation, recharge and resume feature, app control or carpet boost
  • Not a cheap vac
  • Can sometimes mark wooden room trim around the outside of the room if you don’t have the wall barrier set up and working properly
  • Doesn’t clean in lines – cleans in a random pattern – so can miss some spots and go over other spots more than once
  • Some people prefer an electric upright vac which is more powerful, has a bigger capacity and cleans more thoroughly
  • More for lighter messes and lower amounts of dog hair – not as much for very heavy cleaning and large amounts of dog hair (or long hair)
  • For flatter surfaces and lower pile surfaces – may struggle on very thick/plush carpets, and steep changes in floor levels

Overall

  • Overall, the 652 is quite good as a light duty robotic vac, but the new 690 model is out. If you do want the 652 though, read the return policy and warranty conditions before you buy to protect your money investment.

View the iRobot Roomba 652 Robot Vacuum Cleaner on Amazon

 

iRobot Roomba 652 Robot Vacuum Cleaner: Buyer’s Guide

Who Might The iRobot Roomba 652 Robot Vacuum Cleaner Be For?

Those looking for a:

  • Robotic vac
  • Automatic cleaning vac
  • Vac that can be scheduled
  • Vac that can be used on different surfaces – carpets through to hard floors

 

Who Might The iRobot Roomba 652 Robot Vacuum Cleaner NOT Be For?

Those looking for a:

  • Cheap vac
  • Heavy duty vac

 

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