Comparison Guide Of Robotic Vacuum Cleaner Brands & Models: iRobot Roomba vs Neato vs Samsung Powerbot vs Shark Ion vs Xiaomi vs bObsweep vs ILIFE vs ECOVACS DEEBOT vs eufy

 

With so many brands and models of robo vacs on the market, how do you find the right one for you?

What we’ve done here is put together a Robotic Vacuum Cleaner Comparison Guide (if you are looking for a specific comparison or brand – it’s probably best to do a ‘CTRL/Command + F’ page search as this guide is quite large).

We’ve provided some of the most relevant comparative information on some of the most popular or latest robo vacs from each brand.

Brands we cover include iRobot Roomba, Neato, Samsung, Shark, Xiaomi, bObsweep, ILIFE, ECOVACS, and eufy.

You should be able to get a good idea of what each brand and model offers.

Let’s take a look at them!

 

(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)

 

Robotic Vacuum Cleaner Comparison Guide: iRobot Roomba vs Neato vs Samsung Powerbot vs Shark Ion vs Xiaomi vs bObsweep vs ILIFE vs ECOVACS DEEBOT vs eufy

Of the above brands, our top brands and models of robo vacs are:

Best Affordable Robo Vacs

 

Best High Quality/Premium Robo Vacs

 

Full List Of Robo Vac Models

A full list of some of the most popular models from each brand are:

(* Note – this is not the full range of robo vacs from each brand. It is a selection of what we think are the most popular, latest or better models from each brand)

 

iRobot Roomba

 

Some of the most popular or highly rated Roombas right now that can deal with pet hair and a range of surfaces might include these models:

 

bObsweep

 

Shark ION

 

eufy

 

Neato Botvac

 

Samsung POWERBOT

 

ECOVACS Deebot

 

ILIFE

 

Xiaomi

 

Pure Clean

(We added Pure Clean to this guide after we first published it – Pure Clean is not included in the overall comparison, but there is an individual Pure Clean vs iRobot Roomba comparison in the guide below)

 

Best Robo Vacs For Pet Hair On The Market

We’ve already identified what some of the best overall vacuums for pet hair might be in this guide.

 

Overall Robotic Vacuum Cleaner Comparison

Overall Robotic Vacuum Cleaner Comparison Guide: Which To Get

Xiaomi

The 2nd Generation model is the upgraded model over the 1st generation model.

It is a 2 in 1 vacuum and mop, whereas the 1st generation is a vacuum only.

The 2nd generation has slightly better suction, navigation and cleaning technology over the 1st generation.

So, assuming the price is suitable for you, the 2nd generation model is for you if you want an upgraded model.

 

Shark Ion

In terms of the Shark models …

You’d get the Shark 720 if you want a robot vac that works with a remote.

You’d get the Shark 750 is you want a robot vac that works with a smartphone app and through voice control with the Amazon Alexa.

 

eufy

If price is your main consideration, the 11S offers great value as a robotic vacuum with good suction power.

It is hand remote controlled.

 

bObsweep

The pet models are upgraded models of the Standard model (they have all the Standard model + more)

You’d get the PetHair Plus if you want a more powerful upgraded version of the PetHair. Both are vacuum and mop 2 in 1 units.

The bObi Pet is slightly different to both those models having touchscreen buttons on the vacuum. It has a mini mop attachment.

The bObi Classic is similar to the bObi Pet.

We think both the PetHair Plus and bObsweep Pet present good value for money for pet owners – the PetHair Plus in particular.

The bOb Classic present OK value for a regular robotic vacuum.

 

ECOVACS

The N79S offers pretty good value as a more affordable robo vac, so you may want to start there if price is important to you.

It’s smartphone app controlled, and Alexa voice activated.

It’s a vacuum only.

 

Samsung

The Samsung models are advanced robotic vacs that are smartphone controlled.

 

iRobot Roomba

In terms of the Roombas, in general, the 800 and 900 series Roombas are 5x more powerful, and in some cases up to 10x more powerful than the 600 and 700 series Roombas.

The 690 is the most basic model of them all – being app connected, and able to be used on floor surfaces of all types.

The next step up is the 890 with up to 5x the suction power (of the 600 and 700 series’), and it also comes with a high efficiency filter and tangle free brush rollers.

The next step up is the 960 which has up to 15 minutes more run time (75 minutes max), ability to do multi room cleaning, ability to recharge itself automatically and resume cleaning, provides a clean map report of areas cleaned, and provides a level of custom cleaning preferences.

The 980 is the most advanced model with a run time of up to 120 minutes, up to 10x the suction power (of the 600 and 700 series’), and the ability to increase power on deep and plush carpet surfaces.

So, generally – power, run time, and additional cleaning settings and features are added as you progress through the models. The 960 and 980 also have slightly larger dust container capacities as well as newer technology.

 

ILIFE ‘V’ Range

The V Range are not smartphone app controlled or Alexa voice activated. They are controlled with a hand remote or push button.

The V8s is the most advanced model, then the V7s, then the V5s, followed by the V3s Pro which is the most basic.

The V3s Pro is a robo vac only.

The V5s Pro is a robo vac and spot mop, with a more advanced Max motor.

The V7s Pro is a robo vac and spot mop, which has smart dust bin technology.

And, the V8s has LCD front display/button technology, along with bigger water and dust containers.

Overall, we would say the V3s Pro probably offers the best value for money when you look at it’s price and performance. It’s basic, but it’s quite affordable.

 

We would say to look at the iRobot Roomba 690, 890, 960 and 980 models before you buy the ILIFE robo vacs. iRobot make some high quality/good value robo vacs which you can compare to these ILIFE models.

One of the good things about the iRobot Roombas is the latest models are able to be controlled by an App, and are Smart Home Connected to Google Assistant and Alexa.

 

ILIFE ‘A’ Range

The A Range are mostly not smartphone app controlled or Alexa voice activated.

They are controlled with a hand remote or push button.

The A4s and A6 are the more basic and affordable models. These are the ones to look at if a lower price is your preference.

The A7 and A8 are more advanced with the A7 being able to be app controlled from a phone (and be controlled mechanically or with a remote), and the A8 having advanced room mapping and cleaning capability.

 

Neato

These are smartphone app controlled robo vacs, with Alexa voice control as well.

The D3 is the most basic of the Neato models, and the D7 is the most advanced.

The models also tend to increase in price from the D3 up to the D7.

For the most features and the best filtration system, and longest battery life – go the D6 or D7.

If a more basic model better suits what you are after, the D3 or D4 may be better options.

The D5 is somewhere in between, and is probably our pick for the best value and best performing of all the models (but this is just our opinion)

 

Overall Robotic Vacuum Cleaner Comparison Guide: Differences

Xiaomi

The 2nd generation is a 2 in 1 vacuum and mop, whereas the 1st generation is a vacuum only

The 2nd generation has division area cleaning, whereas the 1st generation doesn’t

The 2nd generation has carpet turbo charging

The 2nd generation has anti collision flexible glue

The 2nd generation has LDS(ultra long distance) recharge mode, and the 1st generation has Identification code (static distance)

The 2nd generation has a Double compass electronic compass, whereas the 1st generation has a Single compass electronic compass

The 2nd generation has 2000pa max suction, whereas the 1st generation has 1800pa max suction

The 2nd generation has a Washable filter, whereas the 1st generation has a standard filter

The 2nd generation has 2cm climbing ability (over floor rises), whereas the 1st generation has 1.5cm climbing ability

 

Shark Ion

The difference with the Sharks is in the way you can control them remotely:

The 720 has a remote control that allows for recurring cleaning scheduling

The 750 is Wi-Fi connected for optional cleaning and scheduling from your smartphone or with voice control through the Shark skill for Amazon Alexa (Alexa sold separately).

 

eufy

11S

Has 1300Pa max suction power

Has a 0.6L dust container

Runs at a 55dB sound level

Product height is 2.85 in

Has a climbing height of 0.63 inches

No boundary strips

Comes with a remote (no Smartphone app control, or Alexa)

 

bObsweep

PetHair Plus

Is a vacuum and wet/dry vac

Has 1100 mL Dustbin

Has extra long main brush

Has 4x boosted cleaning

Comes with the blOck Plus for sectioning off areas the vac can’t go in 

Has a FullCommand™ Remote Control with comprehensive remote controlling

Comes up with trouble messages on the vac

Has LCD screen

Has auto recharge

Has scheduling

Has stair and obstacle sensors

Has UV light

Has filter

Has checkup system

Has mop attachment

 

bObi Pet

Is a vacuum and wet/dry vac

Has two tier cleaning brush

Comes with the blOck Plus for sectioning off areas the vac can’t go in 

Has a FullCommand™ Remote Control with comprehensive remote controlling

Comes up with trouble messages on the vac

Has Illuminated Touch screen buttons and not a LCD screen

Has auto recharge

Has scheduling

Has stair and obstacle sensors

Has UV light

Has filter

Has checkup system

Has Mini mop attachment

Has a 75 minute run time

 

bObi Classic

Is a vacuum and wet/dry mop

Has bristle and rubber cleaning brushes

Has 80 touch sensors

Has a 3.4 inch low profile unit height

Has a washable dustbin

Has illuminated touchscreen buttons

Has a Remote Control with comprehensive remote controlling

Comes up with trouble messages on the vac

Has Illuminated Touch screen and not a LCD screen

Has auto recharge

Has scheduling

Has stair and obstacle sensors

Has UV light

Has filter

Has checkup system

Has Mini mop attachment

 

ECOVACS

The N79S has a battery runtime of around 100 minutes, and works with 2.4G Wifi only

It’s a vacuum only

 

Samsung

Does not work with WiFi, Smartphones and Alexa

R7010 – 20x Power, No WiFi to work with Alexa, no point cleaning, has manual scheduling, has a combo brush, has a medium dust container

 

Does work with WiFi, Smartphones and Alexa

R7040 – 20x Power, Does have WiFi to work with Alexa, no point cleaning, has auto scheduling scheduling, has a combo brush, has a medium dust container

R7065 – 40x Power, Does have WiFi to work with Alexa, no point cleaning, has auto scheduling scheduling, has a combo brush, has a medium dust container

R7070 – 40x Power, Does have WiFi to work with Alexa, no point cleaning, has auto scheduling scheduling, has a self clean brush, has a medium dust container

R7090 – 40x Power, Does have WiFi to work with Alexa, has point cleaning, has auto scheduling scheduling, has a self clean brush, has a medium dust container

R9250 – 50x Power, Does have WiFi to work with Alexa, has point cleaning, has auto scheduling scheduling, has a combo brush, has a large dust container. 

R9350 – 70x Power, Does have WiFi to work with Alexa, has point cleaning, has auto scheduling scheduling, has a combo brush, has a large dust container.

 

iRobot Roomba

Price – obviously prices can change, but from cheapest the most expensive, it goes 690, 890, 960, 980

Power – using the 690 as a base mark, the 890 and 960 have up to 5x more suction power, and the 980 up to 10x more suction power

Run Time – the 690 and 890 have up to 1 hour runtime, the 960 75 mins and the 980 120 minutes

Dirt Container Capacity – the 690 has a 0.6 liter capacity container, the 890 has a 0.62 liter capacity container, both have a .82 liter capacity container

High Efficiency Filters – the 690, 960 and 980 are the only vacs with higher efficiency filters for catching more dust/allergens

Tangle Free Rollers – the 690, 960 and 980 are the only vacs with Tangle Free brushes as opposed to the standard brushes

The 690 and 890 have iAdapt 1.0 Navigation

The 960 and 980 have iAdapt 2.0 Navigation + Visual Navigation for entire level coverage (the vac remembers different room patterns on one level of your house)

Multi-Room Cleaning – the 960 and 980 are the only vacs that have the ability to remember different rooms on one level of the house and clean them accordingly

Recharge and Resume – the 960 and 980 are the only vacs that have the ability to recharge, and then resume cleaning automatically until the cleaning is done

Clean Map Reports – the 960 and 980 are the only vacs that show reports on your app of what areas they have cleaned, number of passes and more cleaning related info

Custom Cleaning Preferences – the 960 and 980 are the only vacs that have custom cleaning preferences to choose from such as power settings, number of cleaning passes and more

Dual Mode Wall Barriers – all come with 1 x Dual Mode Wall Barriers, except the 980 which comes with 2 wall barriers

Deep Carpet Cleaning – the 980 is the only vac that automatically increases it’s power on thicker and deeper carpets

 

ILIFE V Range

The V3s Pro is a vacuum only

The V5s Pro is a vac and spot mop machine, and has a Max motor (with a bit more power), and is slightly more quiet than the V3s Pro

The V7s Pro is a vac/mop, has the smart bin technology that let’s you know when the dust container is properly installed, and has a slightly larger spot mop cloth

The V8s has the front LCD display and control buttons on the vac/mop machine, and has the larger dust container and spot mop cloth

 

ILIFE A Range

The A4s has mini room mode for better cleaning of certain small rooms in your house, and has Gen 1 Cleaning System

The A6 uses the Electrowall for isolating the cleaner from certain areas, and Gen 2 Cleaning System

The A7 is App controlled, and has Gen 3 Cleaning System, and has an extra cleaning mode which is path mode

The A8 has Smart Panoramic Navigation for quick mapping and cleaning of areas, a Gen 3 Cleaning System and can resume cleaning after docking and recharging, and i-Voice technology that tells you what the vacuum is doing while cleaning, and resumes cleaning after docking and recharging

 

Neato

The D3 has a standard filter, a combo brush, and up to 60 minutes charge

The D4 has a high performance filter, combo brush, No Go Lines, 75 minute battery life and Quick Charging

The D5 has an Ultra performance filter, combo brush, a side brush, and a 90 min battery life

The D6 has an Ultra performance filter, Spiral combo brush, Side brush, No Go Lines, Multiple Floor Plans, 120 min battery life and Quick Boost Charging

The D7 has an Ultra performance filter, Spiral combo brush, side brush, No Go Lines, Multiple Floors Plans, 120 min battery life, Zone Cleaning, 2.4 GHz + 5 GHz Wifi, Manual Drive Remote Control and Quick Boost Charging

These are smartphone app controlled robo vacs, with Alexa voice control as well.

 

Overall Robotic Vacuum Cleaner Comparison Guide: Similarities

Each are robotic vacuums

Each automatically clean your house 

Each can be controlled remotely

Each can be used for all floor surfaces – carpet, and hard floors 

Each have a main sweeping brush

Each have an edge sweeping brush which sweeps debris away from edges and corners

Each have different cleaning modes

Each have cliff and object cleaning sensors

Each have rechargeable batteries

Each automatically re-dock and re-charge

Each use dust containers for cleaning debris

Each have dust filters

Each come with warranties

 

Overall Robotic Vacuum Cleaner Comparison Guide: Reviews

iRobot Roomba 600 vs 700 vs 800 vs 900 Series Comparison

ILIFE V Series Robot Vacuums Comparison

ILIFE A Series Robot Vacuum Comparison

Shark ION Robot Vacuum Comparison

bObSweep Robot Vacuum Comparison

Samsung PowerBot Robot Vacuum Comparison

Neato Robot Vacuum Comparison

eufy Robot Vacuum Comparison

Xiaomi Robot Vacuum Comparison

 

bObsweep vs iRobot Roomba Comparison

bObsweep vs iRobot Roomba: Which To Get

One of the major differences between these robo vacs is that the bObsweep are remote control controlled, and the iRobot vacs are able to be smartphone app controlled.

Other things to consider are:

 

bObsweep

We already provided a summary on the bObsweep in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

iRobot Roomba

We already provided a summary on the Roombas in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

However, there are also alternative option robo vacs to look at as well…

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.

 

bObsweep vs iRobot Roomba: Differences

 

We already included a PetHair Plus, Pet & Classic vacs summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

iRobot Roomba

We already included a Roomba vacs differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

bObsweep vs iRobot Roomba: Similarities

Each are robotic vacuums

Each automatically clean your house 

Each can be controlled remotely

Each can be used for all floor surfaces – carpet, and hard floors 

Each have a main sweeping brush

Each have an edge sweeping brush which sweeps debris away from edges and corners

Each have different cleaning modes

Each have cliff and object cleaning sensors

Each have rechargeable batteries

Each automatically re-dock and re-charge

Each use dust containers for cleaning debris

Each have dust filters

Each come with warranties

 

bObsweep vs Shark Ion Comparison

bObsweep vs Shark Ion: Which To Get

bObsweep

We already provided a summary on the bObsweep in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Shark Ion

We already provided a summary of which Shark to get in the ‘Overall Comparison’ at the top of this guide

 

There are also alternative option robo vacs to look at as well.

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.

 

bObsweep vs Shark Ion: Differences

 

We already included a PetHair Plus, Pet & Classic vacs summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Shark Ion

We already outlined the differences with the Shark Ion vacs in the ‘Comparison Guide’ section at the top of this article

 

bObsweep vs Shark Ion: Similarities

Each are robotic vacuums

Each automatically clean your house 

Each can be controlled remotely

Each can be used for all floor surfaces – carpet, and hard floors 

Each have a main sweeping brush

Each have an edge sweeping brush which sweeps debris away from edges and corners

Each have different cleaning modes

Each have cliff and object cleaning sensors

Each have rechargeable batteries

Each automatically re-dock and re-charge

Each use dust containers for cleaning debris

Each have dust filters

Each come with warranties

 

bObsweep vs eufy Comparison

bObsweep vs eufy: Which To Get

eufy

We already provided a summary of which eufy to get in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

bObsweep

We already provided a summary on the bObsweep in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

There are also alternative option robo vacs to look at as well…

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.

 

bObsweep vs eufy: Differences

We already included a PetHair Plus, Pet & Classic vacs summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

eufy

We’ve already outlined the eufy differences in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this article

 

30C Model

Has 1500Pa max suction power

Has a 0.6L dust container

Runs at a 55dB sound level

Product height is 2.85 in

Has a climbing height of 0.63 inches

Comes with boundary strips

Is Wifi Connected for Smartphone App control, and works with Amazon Alexa

 

bObsweep vs eufy: Similarities

Each are robotic vacuums

Each automatically clean your house 

Each can be controlled remotely

Each can be used for all floor surfaces – carpet, and hard floors 

Each have a main sweeping brush

Each have an edge sweeping brush which sweeps debris away from edges and corners

Each have different cleaning modes

Each have cliff and object cleaning sensors

Each have rechargeable batteries

Each automatically re-dock and re-charge

Each use dust containers for cleaning debris

Each have dust filters

Each come with warranties

 

bObsweep vs Neato Botvac Comparison

bObsweep vs Neato Botvac: Which To Get

bObsweep

We already provided a summary on the bObsweep in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Neato

We’ve already provided a summary on the Neato vacs in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

There are also alternative option robo vacs to look at as well…

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.

 

bObsweep vs Neato Botvac: Differences

 

We already included a PetHair Plus, Pet & Classic vacs summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Neato

We already included a Neato vacuum differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

bObsweep vs Neato Botvac: Similarities

Each are robotic vacuums

Each automatically clean your house 

Each can be controlled remotely

Each can be used for all floor surfaces – carpet, and hard floors 

Each have a main sweeping brush

Each have an edge sweeping brush which sweeps debris away from edges and corners

Each have different cleaning modes

Each have cliff and object cleaning sensors

Each have rechargeable batteries

Each automatically re-dock and re-charge

Each use dust containers for cleaning debris

Each have dust filters

Each come with warranties

 

bObsweep vs Samsung Powerbot Comparison

bObsweep vs Samsung Powerbot: Which To Get

bObsweep

We already provided a summary on the bObsweep in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Samsung

The Samsung models are advanced robotic vacs that are smartphone controlled.

However, there are alternative options in this category of robo vacs we think are worth looking at first …

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.

 

bObsweep vs Samsung Powerbot: Differences

 

We already included a PetHair Plus, Pet & Classic vacs summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Samsung

We already included a Samsung vacs differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

bObsweep vs Samsung Powerbot: Similarities

Each are robotic vacuums

Each automatically clean your house 

Each can be controlled remotely

Each can be used for all floor surfaces – carpet, and hard floors 

Each have a main sweeping brush

Each have an edge sweeping brush which sweeps debris away from edges and corners

Each have different cleaning modes

Each have cliff and object cleaning sensors

Each have rechargeable batteries

Each automatically re-dock and re-charge

Each use dust containers for cleaning debris

Each have dust filters

Each come with warranties

 

bObsweep vs ECOVACS DEEBOT Comparison

bObsweep vs ECOVACS DEEBOT: Which To Get

bObsweep

We already provided a summary on the bObsweep in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

ECOVACS

We already provided a summary on the ECOVACS and N79s in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Overall

The N79S is great as a value for money model, and the bObsweep PetHair Plus is good as a pethair model specifically.

However, there are also alternative option robo vacs to look at as well…

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.

 

bObsweep vs ECOVACS DEEBOT: Differences

 

We already included a PetHair Plus, Pet & Classic vacs summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

ECOVACS

The N79S has a battery runtime of around 100 minutes, and works with 2.4G Wifi only

It’s a vacuum only

 

bObsweep vs ECOVACS DEEBOT: Similarities

Each are robotic vacuums

Each automatically clean your house 

Each can be controlled remotely

Each can be used for all floor surfaces – carpet, and hard floors 

Each have a main sweeping brush

Each have an edge sweeping brush which sweeps debris away from edges and corners

Each have different cleaning modes

Each have cliff and object cleaning sensors

Each have rechargeable batteries

Each automatically re-dock and re-charge

Each use dust containers for cleaning debris

Each have dust filters

Each come with warranties

 

bObsweep vs ILIFE: Comparison

bObsweep vs ILIFE: Which To Get

bObsweep

We already provided a summary on the bObsweep in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

ILIFE ‘V’ Range

We’ve already provided a summary on the ILIFE vacs in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

ILIFE ‘A’ Range

We’ve already provided a summary on the ILIFE vacs in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

The ILIFE V3S we think provides pretty good value as affordable robotic vacuums with good performance.

 

Overall

Both the bObsweep models and the V3S provide good value for robo vacs.

However, there are also alternative option robo vacs to look at as well…

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.

 

bObsweep vs ILIFE: Differences

 

We already included a PetHair Plus, Pet & Classic vacs summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

ILIFE V Range

We already included an ILIFE vacuum differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

ILIFE A Range

We already included an ILIFE vacuum differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

bObsweep vs ILIFE: Similarities

Each are robotic vacuums

Each automatically clean your house 

Each can be controlled remotely

Each can be used for all floor surfaces – carpet, and hard floors 

Each have a main sweeping brush

Each have an edge sweeping brush which sweeps debris away from edges and corners

Each have different cleaning modes

Each have cliff and object cleaning sensors

Each have rechargeable batteries

Each automatically re-dock and re-charge

Each use dust containers for cleaning debris

Each have dust filters

Each come with warranties

 

bObsweep vs Xiaomi: Comparison

bObsweep vs Xiaomi: Which To Get

bObsweep

We already provided a summary on the bObsweep in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Xiaomi

We already provided a summary of the Xiaomi in the ‘Overall Comparison’ at the top of this guide

 

Overall

The bObsweep PetHair Plus is a great option for pet owners and would be out pick.

However, there are also alternative option robo vacs to look at as well…

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.

 

bObsweep vs Xiaomi: Differences

 

We already included a PetHair Plus, Pet & Classic vacs summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Xiaomi

We already provided the differences in the Xiaomi in the ‘Overall Comparison’ at the top of this article

 

bObsweep vs Xiaomi: Similarities

Each are robotic vacuums

Each automatically clean your house 

Each can be controlled remotely

Each can be used for all floor surfaces – carpet, and hard floors 

Each have a main sweeping brush

Each have an edge sweeping brush which sweeps debris away from edges and corners

Each have different cleaning modes

Each have cliff and object cleaning sensors

Each have rechargeable batteries

Each automatically re-dock and re-charge

Each use dust containers for cleaning debris

Each have dust filters

Each come with warranties

 

Xiaomi vs ECOVACS Comparison

Xiaomi vs ECOVACS DEEBOT: Which To Get

Xiaomi

We have already provided a summary of the Xiaomi above in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

ECOVACS

We already provided a summary on the ECOVACS and N79s in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Overall

We like the N79S as a value for money robo vac.

However, there are also alternative option robo vacs to look at as well…

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.

 

Xiaomi vs ECOVACS DEEBOT: Differences

Xiaomi

We already provided the differences in the Xiaomi in the ‘Overall Comparison’ at the top of this article

 

ECOVACS

The N79S has a battery runtime of around 100 minutes, and works with 2.4G Wifi only

It’s a vacuum only

 

Xiaomi vs ECOVACS DEEBOT: Similarities

Each are robotic vacuums

Each automatically clean your house 

Each can be controlled remotely

Each can be used for all floor surfaces – carpet, and hard floors 

Each have a main sweeping brush

Each have an edge sweeping brush which sweeps debris away from edges and corners

Each have different cleaning modes

Each have cliff and object cleaning sensors

Each have rechargeable batteries

Each automatically re-dock and re-charge

Each use dust containers for cleaning debris

Each have dust filters

Each come with warranties

 

Xiaomi vs Samsung Powerbot Comparison

Xiaomi vs Samsung Powerbot: Which To Get

Xiaomi

We already provided a comparison of which Xiaomi to get in the ‘Overall Comparison’ at the top of this guide

 

Samsung

The Samsung models are advanced robotic vacs that are smartphone controlled.

 

Overall

Overall, we would look at other robotic vacuums first before these brands.

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.

 

Xiaomi vs Samsung Powerbot: Differences

Xiaomi

We already provided the differences in the Xiaomi in the ‘Overall Comparison’ at the top of this article

 

Samsung

We already included a Samsung vacs differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Xiaomi vs Samsung Powerbot: Similarities

Each are robotic vacuums

Each automatically clean your house 

Each can be controlled remotely

Each can be used for all floor surfaces – carpet, and hard floors 

Each have a main sweeping brush

Each have an edge sweeping brush which sweeps debris away from edges and corners

Each have different cleaning modes

Each have cliff and object cleaning sensors

Each have rechargeable batteries

Each automatically re-dock and re-charge

Each use dust containers for cleaning debris

Each have dust filters

Each come with warranties

 

Xiaomi vs iRobot Roomba Comparison

Xiaomi vs iRobot Roomba: Which To Get

Xiaomi

We already provided a comparison of which Xiaomi to get in the ‘Overall Comparison’ at the top of this guide

 

iRobot Roomba

We already provided a summary on the Roombas in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Overall

The iRobot Roombas are a good option for a higher quality robo vac.

But, it’s worth looking at other robo vac models as well.

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.

 

Xiaomi vs iRobot Roomba Comparison

Xiaomi vs iRobot Roomba: Differences

Xiaomi

We already provided the differences in the Xiaomi in the ‘Overall Comparison’ at the top of this article

 

iRobot Roomba

We already included a Roomba vacs differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Xiaomi vs iRobot Roomba: Similarities

Each are robotic vacuums

Each automatically clean your house 

Each can be controlled remotely

Each can be used for all floor surfaces – carpet, and hard floors 

Each have a main sweeping brush

Each have an edge sweeping brush which sweeps debris away from edges and corners

Each have different cleaning modes

Each have cliff and object cleaning sensors

Each have rechargeable batteries

Each automatically re-dock and re-charge

Each use dust containers for cleaning debris

Each have dust filters

Each come with warranties

 

Xiaomi vs ILIFE: Which To Get

Xiaomi

We already provided a comparison of which Xiaomi to get in the ‘Overall Comparison’ at the top of this guide

 

ILIFE ‘V’ Range

We’ve already provided a summary on the ILIFE vacs in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

ILIFE ‘A’ Range

We’ve already provided a summary on the ILIFE vacs in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Overall

The ILIFE V3S we think provides pretty good value as affordable robotic vacuums with good performance.

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.

 

Xiaomi vs ILIFE: Differences

Xiaomi

We already provided the differences in the Xiaomi in the ‘Overall Comparison’ at the top of this article

 

ILIFE V Range

We already included an ILIFE vacuum differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

ILIFE A Range

We already included an ILIFE vacuum differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Xiaomi vs ILIFE: Similarities

Each are robotic vacuums

Each automatically clean your house 

Each can be controlled remotely

Each can be used for all floor surfaces – carpet, and hard floors 

Each have a main sweeping brush

Each have an edge sweeping brush which sweeps debris away from edges and corners

Each have different cleaning modes

Each have cliff and object cleaning sensors

Each have rechargeable batteries

Each automatically re-dock and re-charge

Each use dust containers for cleaning debris

Each have dust filters

Each come with warranties

 

Xiaomi vs Neato Botvac Comparison

Xiaomi vs Neato Botvac: Which To Get

Xiaomi

We already provided a comparison of which Xiaomi to get in the ‘Overall Comparison’ at the top of this guide

 

Neato

We’ve already provided a summary on the Neato vacs in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Overall

Overall, the Neato Connected Series (D3 through to D7) are good as high quality robo vac options.

However, there are also alternative option robo vacs to look at as well…

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.

 

Xiaomi vs Neato Botvac: Differences

Xiaomi

We already provided the differences in the Xiaomi in the ‘Overall Comparison’ at the top of this article

 

Neato

We already included a Neato vacuum differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Xiaomi vs Neato Botvac: Similarities

Each are robotic vacuums

Each automatically clean your house 

Each can be controlled remotely

Each can be used for all floor surfaces – carpet, and hard floors 

Each have a main sweeping brush

Each have an edge sweeping brush which sweeps debris away from edges and corners

Each have different cleaning modes

Each have cliff and object cleaning sensors

Each have rechargeable batteries

Each automatically re-dock and re-charge

Each use dust containers for cleaning debris

Each have dust filters

Each come with warranties

 

Xiaomi vs eufy Comparison

Xiaomi vs eufy: Which To Get

Xiaomi

We already provided a comparison of which Xiaomi to get in the ‘Overall Comparison’ at the top of this guide

 

eufy

We already provided a summary of which eufy to get in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Overall

The 11S is a good value for money option.

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.

 

Xiaomi vs eufy: Differences

Xiaomi

We already provided a summary of the Xiaomi differences at the top of this guide in the ‘Overall Comparison’

 

eufy

We’ve already outlined the eufy differences in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this article

 

30C Model

Has 1500Pa max suction power

Has a 0.6L dust container

Runs at a 55dB sound level

Product height is 2.85 in

Has a climbing height of 0.63 inches

Comes with boundary strips

Is Wifi Connected for Smartphone App control, and works with Amazon Alexa

 

Xiaomi vs eufy: Similarities

Each are robotic vacuums

Each automatically clean your house 

Each can be controlled remotely

Each can be used for all floor surfaces – carpet, and hard floors 

Each have a main sweeping brush

Each have an edge sweeping brush which sweeps debris away from edges and corners

Each have different cleaning modes

Each have cliff and object cleaning sensors

Each have rechargeable batteries

Each automatically re-dock and re-charge

Each use dust containers for cleaning debris

Each have dust filters

Each come with warranties

 

Xiaomi vs Shark Ion Comparison

Xiaomi vs Shark Ion: Which To Get

Xiaomi

We already provided a comparison of which Xiaomi to get in the ‘Overall Comparison’ at the top of this guide

 

Shark Ion

We already provided a summary of which Shark to get in the ‘Overall Comparison’ at the top of this guide

 

Overall

We would look at other robo vac options first.

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.

 

Xiaomi vs Shark Ion: Differences

Xiaomi

We already provided a summary of the differences in the Xiaomi in the ‘Overall Comparison’ at the top of this guide

 

Shark Ion

We already outlined the differences with the Shark Ion vacs in the ‘Comparison Guide’ section at the top of this article

 

Xiaomi vs Shark Ion: Similarities

Each are robotic vacuums

Each automatically clean your house 

Each can be controlled remotely

Each can be used for all floor surfaces – carpet, and hard floors 

Each have a main sweeping brush

Each have an edge sweeping brush which sweeps debris away from edges and corners

Each have different cleaning modes

Each have cliff and object cleaning sensors

Each have rechargeable batteries

Each automatically re-dock and re-charge

Each use dust containers for cleaning debris

Each have dust filters

Each come with warranties

 

eufy Robovac vs iRobot Roomba Comparison

eufy Robovac vs iRobot Roomba: Which To Get

If price is your main consideration, the 11S offers great value as a robotic vacuum with good suction power. It is hand remote controlled.

The 30C is slightly more powerful than the 11S and has smartphone app control, and is compatible with Alexa for voice control.

The iRobot Roomba models are also smartphone app controlled, and compatible with Alexa for voice control.

 

We already provided an individual summary on the Roombas in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Overall, we would say all robotic vacs are more light duty vacs for light pet hair pick up, and are good for automatic cleaning.

Because of the price of all these vacs – check the return policy and warranty conditions before you buy to protect your money investment.

If you have lots of pet hair, or thick or long pet hair around the house, you are better off getting a manual upright vac with more power, dust container capacity and ability to lift hairs specifically where you find them.

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.

 

eufy Robovac vs iRobot Roomba: Differences

eufy

We’ve already outlined the eufy differences in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this article

 

30C Model

Has 1500Pa max suction power

Has a 0.6L dust container

Runs at a 55dB sound level

Product height is 2.85 in

Has a climbing height of 0.63 inches

Comes with boundary strips

Is Wifi Connected for Smartphone App control, and works with Amazon Alexa

 

Roombas

We already included a Roomba vacs differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

eufy Robovac vs iRobot Roomba: Similarities

All are robotic vacuums

All can be used for all floor surfaces – carpet, and hard floors 

All have an edge sweeping brush which sweeps debris away from edges and corners

All allow single press cleaning on the vacuum – no programming required

Having said this – all allow you to also schedule the vac 

All have different cleaning modes

All have cliff and object cleaning sensors

All automatically return to home base to charge once finished cleaning

All have rechargeable lithium ion batteries

All use dust containers

All have dust filters

All come with warranties

 

eufy Robovac vs ILIFE Comparison

eufy Robovac vs ILIFE: Which To Get

eufy

If price is your main consideration, the 11S offers great value as a robotic vacuum with good suction power. It is hand remote controlled.

The 30C is slightly more powerful than the 11S and has smartphone app control, and is compatible with Alexa for voice control.

 

ILIFE ‘V’ Range

We’ve already provided a summary on the ILIFE vacs in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

We would say to look at the iRobot Roomba 690, 890, 960 and 980 models before you buy the ILIFE robo vacs. iRobot make some high quality/good value robo vacs which you can compare to these ILIFE models.

One of the good things about the iRobot Roombas is the latest models are able to be controlled by an App, and are Smart Home Connected to Google Assistant and Alexa.

 

ILIFE ‘A’ Range

We’ve already provided a summary on the ILIFE vacs in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Overall

The eufy 11S, and the ILIFE V3S we think both provide pretty good value as affordable robotic vacuums with good performance.

Overall, we would say all robotic vacs are more light duty vacs for light pet hair pick up, and are good for automatic cleaning.

Because of the price of all these vacs – check the return policy and warranty conditions before you buy to protect your money investment.

If you have lots of pet hair, or thick or long pet hair around the house, you are better off getting a manual upright vac with more power, dust container capacity and ability to lift hairs specifically where you find them.

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.

 

eufy Robovac vs ILIFE: Differences

11S

We’ve already outlined the eufy differences in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this article

 

30C Model

Has 1500Pa max suction power

Has a 0.6L dust container

Runs at a 55dB sound level

Product height is 2.85 in

Has a climbing height of 0.63 inches

Comes with boundary strips

Is Wifi Connected for Smartphone App control, and works with Amazon Alexa

 

ILIFE V Range

We already included an ILIFE vacuum differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

ILIFE A Range

We already included an ILIFE vacuum differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

eufy Robovac vs ILIFE: Similarities

Some of the main similarities between all the vacs are:

All are robo vacs for both thin carpets, and hard floors

All can clean up pet hair, and regular dirt/debris

All have a main brush and side brushes

All sweep, lift, and vacuum

All have an auto-clean navigation system

All have different cleaning modes to choose from

All have anti collision, and anti drop sensors

All automatically re-dock and re-charge when battery is low

All have a rechargeable battery 

All have an internal dust container for debris and hair 

All have a dirt and debris filter

All have warranties

 

eufy Robovac vs ECOVACS DEEBOT Comparison

eufy Robovac vs ECOVACS DEEBOT: Which To Get

The 11S is one of the better robo vacs on the market in terms of value for money. It has a hand remote and not smartphone app control or Alexa voice.

The 30C is pricier, but does include smartphone app control and Alexa. It’s also more powerful.

We already provided a summary on the ECOVACS and N79s in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Overall, we would say all robotic vacs are more light duty vacs for light pet hair pick up, and are good for automatic cleaning.

Because of the price of all these vacs – check the return policy and warranty conditions before you buy to protect your money investment.

If you have lots of pet hair, or thick or long pet hair around the house, you are better off getting a manual upright vac with more power, dust container capacity and ability to lift hairs specifically where you find them.

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.

 

eufy Robovac vs ECOVACS DEEBOT: Differences

Apart from some differences in the technology of the mapping and sensors used, as well as cleaning modes available, some major differences are:

 

11S

We’ve already outlined the eufy differences in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this article

 

30C Model

Has 1500Pa max suction power

Has a 0.6L dust container

Runs at a 55dB sound level

Product height is 2.85 in

Has a climbing height of 0.63 inches

Comes with boundary strips

Is Wifi Connected for Smartphone App control, and works with Amazon Alexa

 

ECOVACS

Is smartphone app controlled and Alexa compatible, and works with 2.4G Wifi only

 

eufy Robovac vs ECOVACS DEEBOT: Similarities

All are robotic vacuums

All can be used for all floor surfaces – carpet, and hard floors 

All have an edge sweeping brush which sweeps debris away from edges and corners

All allow single press cleaning on the vacuum – no programming required

Having said this – all allow you to also schedule the vac 

All have different cleaning modes

All have cliff and object cleaning sensors

All automatically return to home base to charge once finished cleaning

All have rechargeable lithium ion batteries

All use dust containers

All have dust filters

All come with warranties

 

eufy Robovac vs Neato Botvac Comparison

eufy Robovac vs Neato Botvac: Which To Get

eufy

We already provided a summary of which eufy to get in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Neato

We’ve already provided a summary on the Neato vacs in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Overall

Get the eufy 11S if you want an affordable robo vac, or the Neato D5 is a pretty good high quality robo vac if you want the smartphone app control and Alexa compatibility.

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.

 

eufy Robovac vs Neato Botvac: Differences

eufy

11S

We’ve already outlined the eufy differences in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this article

 

30C Model

Has 1500Pa max suction power

Has a 0.6L dust container

Runs at a 55dB sound level

Product height is 2.85 in

Has a climbing height of 0.63 inches

Comes with boundary strips

Is Wifi Connected for Smartphone App control, and works with Amazon Alexa

 

Neato

We already included a Neato vacuum differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

eufy Robovac vs Neato Botvac: Similarities

All are robotic vacuums

All can be used for all floor surfaces – carpet, and hard floors 

All have an edge sweeping brush which sweeps debris away from edges and corners

All allow single press cleaning on the vacuum – no programming required

Having said this – all allow you to also schedule the vac 

All have different cleaning modes

All have cliff and object cleaning sensors

All automatically return to home base to charge once finished cleaning

All have rechargeable batteries

All use dust containers

All have dust filters

All come with warranties

 

ILIFE vs Roomba Comparison

ILIFE A4s vs A6 vs Roomba: Which To Get?

The A4s and A6 are the more basic and affordable models in the ILIFE A series. If a lower price is your preference, they may be worth a look.

The Roombas are more advanced and are perhaps the leading robo vacs on the market.

In general, the 800 and 900 series Roombas are 5x more powerful, and in some cases up to 10x more powerful than the 600 and 700 series Roombas.

You might also 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.

 

ILIFE A4s vs A6 vs Roomba: Differences

Some of the unique features that make each vacuum unique from the other (apart from price) are:

The A4 and A6 are priced differently to the Roombas

The A4s has mini room mode for better cleaning of certain small rooms in your house, and has Gen 1 Cleaning System

The A6 uses the Electrowall for isolating the cleaner from certain areas, and Gen 2 Cleaning System

 

With the Roombas, the differences between them are …

We already included a Roomba vacs differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

ILIFE A4s vs A6 vs Roomba: Similarities

All are Robo vacs for both thin carpets, and hard floors

All have a main set of cleaning brushes

All have at least 3 cleaning modes

All can also be scheduled to clean at certain times

All have side brushes to clean walls and edges

All can clean up pet hair, and regular dirt/debris

All have a rechargeable battery 

All are self charging vacuums that automatically dock

All have a dust container and are bagless vacs

All can also clean automatically with the touch of a button

All have smart sensors to detect objects, and has anti drop off sensors

All have a 1 year limited warranty

 

Samsung Powerbot vs Neato Botvac Comparison

Samsung Powerbot vs Neato Botvac: Which To Get?

Both of these brands provide advanced robotic vacs that are smartphone controlled.

However, for overall performance and value, we would choose the Neato Botvac.

 

We’ve already provided a summary on the Neato vacs in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Samsung Powerbot vs Neato Botvac: Differences

Neato

The Connected Series is the latest series which are all App controlled and controlled by smart devices

The D80/85 is the D Series and is not App controlled

We already included a D3-7 Neato vacuum differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Samsung

We already included a Samsung vacs differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Samsung Powerbot vs Neato Botvac: Similarities

All are robo vacs

All can clean pet hair, as well as general debris

All have wall and edge cleaning ability

All have automatic room/house Navigation and Mapping ability

All have rechargeable batteries

All have sensors for drop offs and objects

All are bagless vacuums and have dust containers

All have 1 year limited warranties 

 

Samsung POWERbot vs iRobot Roomba: Comparison

Samsung POWERbot vs iRobot Roomba: Which To Get?

Both of these brands provide advanced robotic vacs that are smartphone controlled.

However, for overall performance and value, we would choose the iRobot Roomba.

The 690, 890, 960 and 980 are the latest model Roombas – so we’d recommend looking at these models first.

In general, the 800 and 900 series Roombas are 5x more powerful, and in some cases up to 10x more powerful than the 600 and 700 series Roombas.

We already provided a summary on the rest of the Roombas in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Overall, we would say all robotic vacs are more light duty vacs for light pet hair pick up, and are good for automatic cleaning.

Because of the price of all these vacs – check the return policy and warranty conditions before you buy to protect your money investment.

If you have lots of pet hair, or thick or long pet hair around the house, you are better off getting a manual upright vac with more power, dust container capacity and ability to lift hairs specifically where you find them.

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.

 

Samsung POWERbot vs iRobot Roomba: Differences

iRobot Roomba

We already included a Roomba vacs differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Samsung

We already included a Samsung vacs differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Samsung POWERbot vs iRobot Roomba: Similarities

All are robo vacs

All can clean pet hair, as well as general debris

All have wall and edge cleaning ability

All have automatic room/house Navigation and Mapping ability

All have rechargeable batteries

All have sensors for drop offs and objects

All are bagless vacuums and have dust containers

All have 1 year limited warranties 

 

Neato Botvac vs Shark ION Comparison

Neato Botvac vs Shark ION: Which To Get?

Both the Neato and Shark ION vacuums are worth the money, so it depends on the features you are looking for in a robo vac.

 

Neato

We’ve already provided a summary on the Neato vacs in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Shark

You’d get the 720 if you want a robot vac that works with a remote.

You’d get the 750 is you want a robot vac that works with a smartphone app and through voice control with the Amazon Alexa.

 

Neato Botvac vs Shark ION: Differences

Neato

The Connected Series is the latest series which are all App controlled and controlled by smart devices:

We already included a Neato D3-7 vacuum differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

The D80/85 is the D Series and is not App controlled

 

Shark ION

The 720 has a remote control that allows for recurring cleaning scheduling

The 750 is Wi-Fi connected for optional cleaning and scheduling from your smartphone or with voice control through the Shark skill for Amazon Alexa (Alexa sold separately).

 

Neato Botvac vs Shark ION: Similarities

All are robo vacs

All are for hard floors and thin carpets

All can clean up pet hair, and regular dirt/debris

All have automatic navigation

All have a rechargeable battery

All have buttons on the vacuum for one touch cleaning

All vacuums automatically re-dock and recharge

All vacuums are bagless vacs with containers

All have smart sensors for detecting drops and objects

All have a 1 year limited warranty

 

Shark Ion vs Roomba Comparison

Shark Ion vs Roomba 720 & 750 vs 690, 890, 960 & 980: Which To Get?

Both brands have good quality models of robo vacs that are fairly reliable and perform well.

The 900 series Roombas in particular are the most advanced of both brands. They have the most features.

 

In terms of the Shark models … We already provided a summary of which Shark to get in the ‘Overall Comparison’ at the top of this guide

 

In terms of the Roombas…

The 690, 890, 960 and 980 are the latest model Roombas – so we’d recommend looking at these models first.

In general, the 800 and 900 series Roombas are 5x more powerful, and in some cases up to 10x more powerful than the 600 and 700 series Roombas.

We already provided a summary on the rest of the Roombas in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Overall, we would say all robotic vacs are more light duty vacs for light pet hair pick up, and are good for automatic cleaning.

Because of the price of all these vacs – check the return policy and warranty conditions before you buy to protect your money investment.

If you have lots of pet hair, or thick or long pet hair around the house, you are better off getting a manual upright vac with more power, dust container capacity and ability to lift hairs specifically where you find them.

You might also 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.

 

Shark Ion vs Roomba 720 & 750 vs 690, 890, 960 & 980: Differences

We already outlined the differences with the Shark Ion vacs in the ‘Comparison Guide’ section at the top of this article

 

The difference with the Roombas are:

We already included a Roomba vacs differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Shark Ion vs Roomba 720 & 750 vs 690, 890, 960 & 980: Similarities

All are robotic vacuums

All can be used for all floor surfaces – carpet, and hard floors 

All are for thin carpets moreso than thick carpets

All have an edge sweeping brush which sweeps debris away from edges and corners

All allow single press cleaning on the vacuum – no programming required

All have Cliff detect sensors and object sensors to avoid stairs and other drop-offs, and running into objects

All automatically return to home base to charge once finished cleaning

All are quite lightweight

All have rechargeable lithium ion batteries

Both have a dust container and are bagless vacs

All have a 1 year limited warranty

 

Neato Botvac vs iRobot Roomba Comparison

Neato Botvac vs iRobot Roomba: Which To Get?

Both the Neato and iRobot vacuums have similar value, so it depends on the features you are looking for in a robo vac.

 

Neato

We’ve already provided a summary on the Neato vacs in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

iRobot Roombas

The 690, 890, 960 and 980 are the latest model Roombas – so we’d recommend looking at these models first.

In general, the 800 and 900 series Roombas are 5x more powerful, and in some cases up to 10x more powerful than the 600 and 700 series Roombas.

We already provided a summary on the Roombas in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Overall, we would say all robotic vacs are more light duty vacs for light pet hair pick up, and are good for automatic cleaning.

Because of the price of all these vacs – check the return policy and warranty conditions before you buy to protect your money investment.

If you have lots of pet hair, or thick or long pet hair around the house, you are better off getting a manual upright vac with more power, dust container capacity and ability to lift hairs specifically where you find them.

You might also 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.

 

Neato Botvac vs iRobot Roomba: Differences

Neato

The Connected Series is the latest series which are all App controlled and controlled by smart devices

 

We already included a Neato D3-7 vacuum differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

The D80/85 is the D Series and is not App controlled

 

iRobot Roomba

We already included a Roomba vacs differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Neato Botvac vs iRobot Roomba: Similarities

All are robo vacs

All are for hard floors and thin carpets

All can clean up pet hair, and regular dirt/debris

All have automatic navigation

All have a rechargeable battery

All have buttons on the vacuum for one touch cleaning

All vacuums automatically re-dock and recharge

All vacuums are bagless vacs with containers

All have smart sensors for detecting drops and objects

All have a 1 year limited warranty

 

ECOVACS DEEBOT vs iRobot Roomba Robo Vacs

ECOVACS DEEBOT N79 vs N79S vs iRobot Roomba: Which To Get

We already provided a summary on the ECOVACS and N79s in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

We already provided a summary on the Roombas in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Overall, we would say all robotic vacs are more light duty vacs for light pet hair pick up, and are good for automatic cleaning.

Because of the price of all these vacs – check the return policy and warranty conditions before you buy to protect your money investment.

If you have lots of pet hair, or thick or long pet hair around the house, you are better off getting a manual upright vac with more power, dust container capacity and ability to lift hairs specifically where you find them.

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.

 

ECOVACS DEEBOT N79 vs N79S vs iRobot Roomba: Differences

In terms of the N79 and N79S…

The N79S has the Max cleaning mode (with 2x power), and the ability for Alexa voice control – both of which the N79 don’t have.

The N79 also has a 120 minute run time battery compared to the N79’s 100 minute run time battery

So, if those extra features interest you, you may want to get the N79S, which is essentially the newer and upgraded model, over the N79.

In terms of the Roombas, the differences are …

We already included a Roomba vacs differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

… All of the Roombas have Alexa voice control compatibility.

 

ECOVACS DEEBOT N79 vs N79S vs iRobot Roomba: Similarities

All are robo vacs for both thin carpets, and hard floors

All can clean up pet hair, and regular dirt/debris

All are smartphone app controlled

All have a main brush and side brushes

All sweep, lift, and vacuum

All have an auto-clean navigation system

All have different cleaning modes to choose from

All have anti collision, and anti drop sensors

All automatically re-dock and re-charge

All have a rechargeable battery 

All have an internal dust container for debris and hair 

All have a dirt and debris filter

All have a 1 year warranty

All come with accessory kits

All are controlled by a smartphone app and Alexa voice control. Some are also Google Home Assistant enabled

… Note that all the smartphone app controlled vacs are 2.4G Wifi Connected

 

ECOVACS DEEBOT R95 vs iRobot Roomba: Which To Get?

The biggest consideration for you to make is that the ECOVACS R95 has a wet/dry mop in addition to the vacuum component when it is cleaning.

The Roombas are robotic vacuums only.

The Roombas in our opinion offer some of the best value for robotic vacuums on the market, so we would suggest starting by looking at them before the R95.

We already provided a summary on the rest of the Roombas in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Overall, we would say all robotic vacs are more light duty vacs for light pet hair pick up, and are good for automatic cleaning.

Because of the price of all these vacs – check the return policy and warranty conditions before you buy to protect your money investment.

If you have lots of pet hair, or thick or long pet hair around the house, you are better off getting a manual upright vac with more power, dust container capacity and ability to lift hairs specifically where you find them.

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.

 

ECOVACS DEEBOT R95 vs iRobot Roomba: Differences

As outlined above, the biggest difference (apart from the technology, mapping and sensor systems used) is that the R95 has a wet and dry mop as part of it’s cleaning cycle, whereas the Roombas don’t.

Also with the R95, it has both voice (Alexa) and Smart phone App control, and has up to a 90 minute battery time, plus a 500ml dirt container capacity. You may also find it has slightly different cleaning modes to choose from.

 

In terms of the Roombas, their differences are …

We already included a Roomba vacs differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

ECOVACS DEEBOT R95 vs iRobot Roomba: Similarities

All are robo vacs for both thin carpets, and hard floors

All can clean up pet hair, and regular dirt/debris

All have a main brush and side brushes

All sweep, lift, and vacuum

All have an auto-clean navigation system

All have different cleaning modes to choose from

All have anti collision, and anti drop sensors

All automatically re-dock and re-charge

All have a rechargeable battery 

All have an internal dust container for debris and hair 

All have a dirt and debris filter

All have a 1 year warranty

All come with accessory kits

All are controlled by a smartphone app and Alexa voice control. Some are also Google Home Assistant enabled

… Note that all the ECOVACS smartphone app controlled vacs are 2.4G Wifi Connected

 

ECOVACS DEEBOT M80 Pro vs M81 Pro vs M82 vs M88 vs iRobot Roomba: Which To Get?

The biggest consideration for you to make is that the

ECOVACS M80 Pro and M81 Pro are both robotic vacs, but have wet and dry mopping capability

The M82 is a robotic vacuum only

The M88 is a robotic vacuum, with the option for a wet/dry mop

 

The Roomba 690, 890, 960 and 980 models are all robotic vacuums only.

The Roombas some good value for robotic vacuums.

We already provided a summary on the Roombas in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Overall, we would say all robotic vacs are more light duty vacs for light pet hair pick up, and are good for automatic cleaning.

Because of the price of all these vacs – check the return policy and warranty conditions before you buy to protect your money investment.

If you have lots of pet hair, or thick or long pet hair around the house, you are better off getting a manual upright vac with more power, dust container capacity and ability to lift hairs specifically where you find them.

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.

 

ECOVACS DEEBOT M80 Pro vs M81 Pro vs M82 vs M88 vs iRobot Roomba: Differences

As outlined above, the biggest difference (apart from the technology, mapping and sensor systems used) is that the M80 Pro, M81 Pro and M88 have a wet and dry mop as part of it’s cleaning cycle, whereas the Roombas don’t and M82 don’t

You may also find the different vacs have slightly different cleaning modes to choose from, and slightly different battery run times.

 

In terms of the Roombas, the differences are …

We already included a Roomba vacs differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

ECOVACS DEEBOT M80 Pro vs M81 Pro vs M82 vs M88 vs iRobot Roomba: Similarities

All are robo vacs for both thin carpets, and hard floors

All can clean up pet hair, and regular dirt/debris

All have a main brush and side brushes

All sweep, lift, and vacuum

All have an auto-clean navigation system

All have different cleaning modes to choose from

All have anti collision, and anti drop sensors

All automatically re-dock and re-charge

All have a rechargeable battery 

All have an internal dust container for debris and hair 

All have a dirt and debris filter

All have a 1 year warranty

All come with accessory kits

All are controlled by a smartphone app and Alexa voice control. Some are also Google Home Assistant enabled

… Note that all the smartphone app controlled vacs are 2.4G Wifi Connected

 

ECOVACS DEEBOT Ozmo 930 vs iRobot Roomba: Which To Get?

The biggest consideration for you to make is that the ECOVACS Ozmo 930 has a wet/dry mop in addition to the vacuum component when it is cleaning.

The Roombas are robotic vacuums only.

The Roombas in our opinion offer some of the best value for robotic vacuums on the market, so we would suggest starting by looking at them.

We already provided a summary on the Roombas in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Overall, we would say all robotic vacs are more light duty vacs for light pet hair pick up, and are good for automatic cleaning.

Because of the price of all these vacs – check the return policy and warranty conditions before you buy to protect your money investment.

If you have lots of pet hair, or thick or long pet hair around the house, you are better off getting a manual upright vac with more power, dust container capacity and ability to lift hairs specifically where you find them.

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.

 

ECOVACS DEEBOT Ozmo 930 vs iRobot Roomba: Differences

As outlined above, the biggest difference (apart from the technology, mapping and sensor systems used) is that the Ozmo 930 has a wet and dry mop as part of it’s cleaning cycle, whereas the Roombas don’t.

Also with the OZMO 930, it has both voice (Alexa) and Smart phone App control, and has up to a 110 minute battery time. You may also find it has slightly different cleaning modes to choose from.

 

In terms of the Roombas, the differences are …

We already included a Roomba vacs differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

ECOVACS DEEBOT Ozmo 930 vs iRobot Roomba: Similarities

All are robo vacs for both thin carpets, and hard floors

All can clean up pet hair, and regular dirt/debris

All have a main brush and side brushes

All sweep, lift, and vacuum

All have an auto-clean navigation system

All have different cleaning modes to choose from

All have anti collision, and anti drop sensors

All automatically re-dock and re-charge

All have a rechargeable battery 

All have an internal dust container for debris and hair 

All have a dirt and debris filter

All have a 1 year warranty

All come with accessory kits

All are controlled by a smartphone app and Alexa voice control. Some are also Google Home Assistant enabled

… Note that all the smartphone app controlled vacs are 2.4G Wifi Connected

 

ECOVACS DEEBOT N79S vs Neato Robotic Vacuums

ECOVACS DEEBOT N79S vs Neato Robotic Vacuums: Which To Get?

ECOVACS

We already provided a summary on the ECOVACS and N79s in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Neato

We’ve already provided a summary on the Neato vacs in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

We also think it’s worth looking at the iRobot Roomba 690, 890, 960 and 980 models, which are some of the most advanced robo vacs on the market.

 

Overall

Get the ECOVACS N79S if you want an affordable robo vac, or the Neato D5 is a pretty good high quality robo vac.

 

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.

 

ECOVACS DEEBOT N79S vs Neato Robotic Vacuums: Differences

The main differences are (apart from the technology in the sensors, mapping and the various cleaning modes each might offer):

 

ECOVACS

The N79S has a battery runtime of around 100 minutes, and works with 2.4G Wifi only

 

Neato

We already included a Neato D3-7 vacuum differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

ECOVACS DEEBOT N79S vs Neato Robotic Vacuums: Similarities

Some of the main similarities are:

All are robo vacs for both thin carpets, and hard floors

All can clean up pet hair, and regular dirt/debris

All have a main brush and side brushes

All sweep, lift, and vacuum

All have an auto-clean navigation system

All have different cleaning modes to choose from

All have anti collision, and anti drop sensors

All automatically re-dock and re-charge

All have a rechargeable battery 

All have an internal dust container for debris and hair 

All have a dirt and debris filter

All have a 1 year warranty

All come with accessory kits

All are controlled by a smartphone app and Alexa voice control. Some are also Google Home Assistant enabled

 

ECOVACS DEEBOT vs ILIFE Robotic Vacuums Comparison

ECOVACS DEEBOT vs ILIFE Robotic Vacuums: Which To Get?

ECOVACS

We already provided a summary on the ECOVACS and N79s in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

ILIFE ‘V’ Range

We’ve already provided a summary on the ILIFE vacs in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

We would say to look at the iRobot Roomba 690, 890, 960 and 980 models before you buy the ILIFE robo vacs. iRobot make some high quality/good value robo vacs which you can compare to these ILIFE models.

One of the good things about the iRobot Roombas is the latest models are able to be controlled by an App, and are Smart Home Connected to Google Assistant and Alexa.

 

ILIFE ‘A’ Range

We’ve already provided a summary on the ILIFE vacs in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Overall

The ECOVACS N79S, and the ILIFE V3S we think both provide pretty good value as affordable robotic vacuums with good performance.

 

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.

 

ECOVACS DEEBOT vs ILIFE Robotic Vacuums: Differences

Apart from some differences in the technology of the mapping and sensors used, as well as cleaning modes available, some major differences are:

 

ECOVACS

The N79S has a battery runtime of around 100 minutes, and works with 2.4G Wifi only

It’s a vacuum only

 

ILIFE V Range

We already included an ILIFE vacuum differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

ILIFE A Range

We already included an ILIFE vacuum differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

ECOVACS DEEBOT vs ILIFE Robotic Vacuums: Similarities

Some of the main similarities between all the vacs are:

All are robo vacs for both thin carpets, and hard floors

All can clean up pet hair, and regular dirt/debris

All have a main brush and side brushes

All sweep, lift, and vacuum

All have an auto-clean navigation system

All have different cleaning modes to choose from

All have anti collision, and anti drop sensors

All automatically re-dock and re-charge

All have a rechargeable battery 

All have an internal dust container for debris and hair 

All have a dirt and debris filter

All have a 1 year warranty

All come with accessory kits

 

Pure Clean Robot Vacuum vs iRobot Roomba Comparison

Pure Clean Robot Vacuum vs iRobot Roomba: Which To Get

Pure Clean

In our opinion, the PUCRC25 is probably the best basic model to get if you want a mix of value for money and performance. It is a one button control vac.

The PUCRC95 is probably the best model that comes with wireless hand remote control, and a dry mop attachment.

These would be our two picks from the Pure Clean Range.

Note that neither of them are smartphone app or Alexa controlled like the Roombas.

 

iRobot Roomba

We already provided a summary on the Roombas in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Pure Clean Robot Vacuum vs iRobot Roomba: Differences

Pure Clean

The main difference is the PUCRC25 is just a one button touch automatic clean robo vac, whereas the PUCRC95 does that but also works with a wireless remote, comes with dry mop

Apart from these differences, you will also find small differences in these features between the models:

Dust container capacity

Types of cleaning modes

Accessories they come with

Whether the battery is lithium or NiMH

Whether is does scheduled cleaning or not

Runtime of the battery

Whether is automatically docks and recharges or not

 

iRobot Roomba

We already included a Roomba vacs differences summary in the ‘Overall Comparison’ section at the top of this guide

 

Pure Clean Robot Vacuum vs iRobot Roomba: Similarities

Both are robotic vacuums

Both can be used for all floor surfaces – carpet, and hard floors 

Both have an edge sweeping brush which sweeps debris away from edges and corners

Both allow single press cleaning on the vacuum – no programming required

both have different cleaning modes

Both have cliff and object cleaning sensors

Both have rechargeable batteries

both use dust containers

Both have dust filters

Both come with warranties

 

 

 

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