iRobot Roomba 960
There are some households which are just restricted to carpet or wood so that it may be difficult for robotic vacuums to deal with those terrains. But this Roomba 960 model from iRobot is able to handle those options of floor in your home. On the market, many models come with a turbo and an efficiency mode, which you have to tweak manually when the robot moves around your home. On the other hand, the Roomba 960 can adapt to the space automatically.
Such models as Botvac D6 makes use of magnetic strips in order to set up a perimeter fence to avoid moving into unwanted areas. On the contrary, the Roomba 960 navigates your space thanks to its iAdapt 2.0 Navigation with vSLAM technology. Users are able to manage the cleaning process through the iRobot Home App.
Shark Ion S87
Shark has been famous for its solid upright vacuums but recently the brand has hit the market with its newly released S87 cleaning system. This system comes with the Ion R85 Robot Vacuum, the Ion W1 handheld vacuum as well as a charging base which can charge both units at the same time.
Moreover, this vacuum has strong suction, a large dust bin and boundary strips in order to avoid such areas as pet food areas or doorways. There is a companion application called Shark Ion Robot by which you can set up schedules and manage the robot. Users also take advantage of the voice control feature because the device is compatible with both Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.
The handheld is light, just 1.4 pounds. There are three included attachments, including a pet hair tool, a dusting tool and a crevice one. You can make use of the handheld to clean anything from furniture to your vehicle. In spite of the fact that this handheld does not have the best battery life, it comes with a strong suction while being just a small device. Last but not least, its R85 power turns it into a really talented vacuuming system.