iRobot Roomba i6+ (6550)
This meticulous product was crafted to cover every inch of your floor
We'd like to highlight one feature: its self-emptying base
It's the perfect robovac for people who are sensitive to pet dander
That's one less chore for you to do
Why people love this robot vacuum
Here are the detailed specifications for this iRobot robot vacuum
Dual (Vacuum + Mop):
Warranty: 12 months
Surface: hard floor, carpet
Battery type: Lithium ion
Noise level: 70db
Suction power: 2000pa
Dimensions: 13.34in x 13.34in x 3.63in
Frequently Asked Questions
Can a robot vacuum go up the stairs?
Unfortunately, robot vacuums can't climb stairs. The best they can do at the moment is pass from hardwood floors to carpet level. You will need to carry your robot up and down the stairs if you want multiple levels cleaned. Or if your budget is a bit higher, you could invest in a second robot vacuum for the other level.
How do you keep a robotic vacuum from getting tangled in cords or other debris?
To keep a robotic vacuum from getting tangled in cords or other debris, you should regularly inspect the area the vacuum is cleaning and remove any cords or other debris that could create a hazard for the vacuum. Additionally, you should store any cords or other objects in an area where the robotic vacuum cannot reach.
Do robot vacuums get stuck?
Yes, robot vacuums can occasionally get stuck. The best thing you can do is make sure your floor is as empty as possible before launching the robot, so that it doesn't become entangled. That being said, the newer vacuum models are equipped with powerful sensors that will avoid any obstacles.
How does a robot vacuum find the charger?
The docking stations of self-charging robot vacuums emit an infrared signal. When the battery is about to die, the vacuum starts looking for this signal. When the robot finds it, it follows the signal back to its station to charge.