Top 10 Robot Vacuums 2016
In today’s day and age, everything is going intelligent, from drones to even common household vacuum cleaners. In 2016, there has been an impressive growth in production of intelligent autonomous robotic vacuums. To help introduce you to the best ones, the top 10 best robotic vacuum cleaning systems have been listed here – top 10 robot vacuums 2016:
iRobot Roomba 650
The best among all robot vacuums may just be the Roomba 650. It is most efficient and picks up the most debris as compared to other cleaners without getting stuck. Therefore, it covers more ground than the others and is affordable enough at the price of $320.
Neato Botvac Connected
Out of all the Wi-Fi connected vacuums, this happens to be the absolute best. It also comes with a well-designed app by Neato to help with the connectivity. It provides better and more powerful suction as compared to the previous models, but at the same time, it is also the most expensive Neato vacuum yet, at a hefty price of $700.
iRobot Roomba 980
As an improvement of the previous Roomba 650, this robot vacuum is equipped with Wi-Fi and app control too, making it easier and simpler to use. It is also perhaps the easiest to maintain out of all the robot vacuum systems. But this also makes it more expensive than the previous versions, at a price of $789.63.
Samsung POWERbot VR9000
Samsung has definitely improved in the robot vacuum department, though they still have a long way to go. This cleaner is super powerful, and obstacles are no problem for it. But none of its features justify the hefty price. At $999, it lacks some basics such as technical support and help provided.
BObi by Bobsweep has a remarkably powerful motor, and yet is surprisingly silent. This vacuum is highly efficient and comes with a variety of useful support services. But the vacuum may go “missing in action”, as there is no designed way to keep it within any boundaries. But at $299, it may be considered worth the price.
Infinuvo CleanMate QQ-2 Basic
The main advantage of this robot cleaner is its use of ultraviolet light, which it uses to kill bacteria on floors, making the cleaning most efficient. However, this vacuum too lacks any feature to keep it within boundaries, causing a little inconvenience. But at only $119.85 and with such effective cleaning, this vacuum is definitely worth the money.
Moneual RYDIS H68 Pro RoboVacMop
At only $219.99, the RYDIS H68 Pro is an all in one package. It not only vacuums but also mops and even tracks its performance over time. It can mop and vacuum simultaneously, or separately, and comes with its built-in H2O tank to store water for mopping. It is especially ideal for wooden floors.
BISSELL SmartClean 1605 Vacuum Cleaning Robot
Designed to get into the hard to reach places with its triple action cleaning system, this robot vacuum cleaner is certainly worth it at $299.99. It can pick up all allergens in all corners and nooks and comes with a powerful battery, sure to last a long cleaning session. But it does have a few drawbacks, such as a small dust storage compartment and the fact that it easily gets stuck on cables.
Miele’s first robotic vacuum is quite impressive, with little noise, great navigation, remote control and four modes of use. However, since it is only the first of the company, it has its drawbacks, such as a small bin capacity. Considering these limited features, it should have cost less but is a little expensive at $228.11.
ILIFE V3s Robotic Vacuum Cleaner
Specially designed for pet hair and allergies, this all-in-one cleaner does it all; vacuuming, sweeping and mopping. It is self-charging and also comes with a remote to allow easy control. However, it does need to be supervised around the house during the first few days. But at only $199.99, it sure is worth it.