iRobot Roomba 692 Robot Vacuum
Keep your house clean with minimal effort! The iRobot Roomba 692 Robot Vacuum by iRobot is a sophisticated autonomous device. This rigorous hoover was designed to squeeze itself under the tightest spots. We like this feature: the anti-collision tech. It's the ultimate automatic vacuum cleaner for households with domestic animals. It will blitz through dirt and hair in no time.
Why people love this robot vacuum
People love this product because it adapts easily to different floor types, notes the placement of furniture and is really well designed.
Here are the detailed specifications for this iRobot robot vacuum
Dual (Vacuum + Mop):
Warranty: 12 months
Surface: hard floor, carpet
Battery life: 90min
Battery type: Lithium ion
Noise level: 65db
Suction power: 600pa
Dust bin volume: 600ml
Dimensions: 13.4in x 13.4in x 3.54in
Frequently Asked Questions
How do you keep your robot vacuum from falling down the stairs?
Robot vacuums can do many things, but they still need a little helping hand when it comes to staircases. Luckily, you don't have to worry about it taking a tumble anymore. Robot vacuums can be programmed with virtual walls they cannot cross. Their multiple sensors will prevent the appliance from falling.
What is the best robot vacuum for pet hair?
At the moment, the best robot vacuum for cleaning pet hair from carpets is the iRobot Roomba S9, although it's the most expensive one. The specially designed turbo brush removes almost all hair. Generally speaking, all robot vacuums on the market today have pretty high pet hair score. But if your main reason for buying a robot vacuum is to get rid of pet hair, then you should definitely look at the suction power of the machine.
Do robot vacuums work without wifi?
Not all robot vacuums can be scheduled with a companion app, some lower end models work perfectly well with a remote control, although their cleaning routine might seem a bit erratic. A mobile app makes it possible to set personalised cleaning preferences.
How loud are robot vacuums?
Robot vacs are no louder than traditional vacuums. They have an average noise level of 60 to 70 decibels. This sound is generally not too troubling, since the robots are mostly programmed to clean when you're off to work. The most silent ons are at around 50 decibels, which should be like a the gentle hum of a hairdryer.