iRobot Roomba i3+ (3550) Robot Vacuum with Automatic Dirt Disposal Disposal

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iRobot Roomba i3+ (3550) Robot Vacuum with Automatic Dirt Disposal Disposal
iRobot Roomba i3+ (3550) Robot Vacuum with Automatic Dirt Disposal Disposal


  • CLEANS UP AFTER YOU, AND ITSELF – Forget about vacuuming for months at a time with the Clean Base Automatic Dirt Disposal that allows the i3+ to empty itself for up to 60 days.
  • POWERFUL PERFORMANCE AND POWERFUL PICK-UP – Pulls in stubborn dirt and messes with a Premium 3-Stage Cleaning System and 10X the Power-Lifting Suction.* Control how you clean with the iRobot HOME app or your voice assistant.
  • SMART NAVIGATION GETS THE JOB DONE – The i3+ navigates and maps your home in neat rows using state-of-the-art floor tracking sensors to vacuum hardwood and carpet.
  • GOES WHERE IT’S NEEDED, AVOIDS WHERE IT’S NOT – Reactive Sensor Technology tells the robot where it can and cannot reach, which means less getting stuck on furniture and more knowing where to go.
  • LEARNS YOUR LIFE LISTENS TO YOUR VOICE – Learns your cleaning habits to offer up personalized schedules, while Google Assistant and Alexa allow you to start cleaning with just the sound of your voice.
  • IDEAL FOR HOMES WITH PETS – Unique Dual Multi-Surface Rubber Brushes don’t get tangled with pet hair. Brushes adjust and flex to stay in constant contact with carpets and hard floors. High-Efficiency Filter traps 99% of cat and dog dander allergens.
  • THE DREAM TEAM OF CLEAN – With Imprint Link Technology, the Roomba i3+ robot vacuum and Braava jet m6 robot mop team up to vacuum then mop automatically in perfect sequence, giving your floors a comprehensive clean.

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Price history for +iRobot Roomba i3+ (3550) Robot Vacuum with Automatic Dirt Disposal ( New SEAL!)
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  • $369.99 - July 19, 2021
  • $399.99 - June 18, 2021
  • $349.95 - May 17, 2021
  • $443.99 - April 15, 2021
Since: April 15, 2021
  • Highest Price: $443.99 - April 15, 2021
  • Lowest Price: $349.95 - May 17, 2021

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Specification: iRobot Roomba i3+ (3550) Robot Vacuum with Automatic Dirt Disposal Disposal

Model Roomba i3+
Smart Home Compatibility
Smart Home Protocol
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Type 10885155023459
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6 reviews for iRobot Roomba i3+ (3550) Robot Vacuum with Automatic Dirt Disposal Disposal

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  1. nyccrlygrl

    I have a house cleaner every two weeks and because I have a cat between cleanings can be bad for cat hair. The Roomba cleans while I am working and it has solved my issue and it so great. I highly recommend it!

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  2. D. Coral

    Your browser does not support HTML5 video.  I’ve had more than 20 different vacuum robots over the years, and I currently have 4 different brands in different rooms in the house. Instead of listing all the features, I would like to highlight what I find to be the most practical difference that I notice with the Roomba i3+ over the others:— The Roomba i3+ cleans the most thoroughly. It picks up all the little dust particles and hairs that other robots just tangle around their brushes. The rubber scrubber brushes on this robot hug the floor and actively lift the dirt. My other robots can’t get the floor as clean. (I see another review saying it’s not good for kitty litter, but that must be talking about large spills of clay sand, mine has no problem with the small amount that flies out of the litter box).— The navigation is excellent for getting good coverage of large rooms. In this video you can see it going around the kitchen island. It is very cool that in the iPhone app I can see a map of where it traveled. This map also shows where it picked up dirt. This is super useful for knowing where dirt tends to accumulate throughout the day.— The self emptying bin is more useful than I thought it would be. When it’s sucking the debris from the Roomba to to the wall unit, the vacuum sounds pretty powerful. It does a good job in transferring the contents. It’s one less thing to add to the busy weekly routine when I don’t have to touch the robot to remove and empty the robot bin. The only downside is that I can’t immediately see which LEGOs were sucked up (but I can tear open the bag later as I place it in the trash). It would be better if iRobot would offer transparent bags for the base unit.— Sometimes it runs out of battery before it finds its way back to home base. Maybe this is because there is a wall partition directly dividing the home location and sometimes the robot thinks it is close but actually it still has to go back the long way around.— I like that it continues the cleaning job even if it needs to recharge. It can go back to base several times to finish. The cleaning job won’t be cut short just because of battery capacity (unless if it can’t find its way back).— The iPhone app is great, very useful for knowing the battery status and seeing the room map of where it cleaned etc. I haven’t tried the Alexa feature yet, but I’m sure that will be useful since we tend to use Alexa for everything.— The robot appearance is nice because the black color hides away in the room, especially while it is charging on the base. I don’t want a bright color flashy looking robot in the entry way. I like it when the cleaning equipment is low profile in the visible storage.I just bought two laser barriers so that it won’t cross into the other rooms that are filled with kids toys. These are sold separately.Overall, my best floor vacuum robot so far, highly recommended!

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  3. Elle B.

    I wanted to love this vacuum, and I like it a lot, but it just fell a little short of my expectations. The main things that I like about this vacuum are the smart navigation and the ease of use. The things that I dislike about this vacuum are the noise and the way it struggles with certain debris.This is not my first robot vacuum, but it is my first with the additional feature of the Clean Base Dirt Disposal system. I was really excited about this feature as with my other robot vacuums, I always had to be sure to empty the dirt pan myself after each cleaning. Admittedly, the Clean Base is very handy. It’s nice not to have to dump it all the time. Unfortunately, every single time that the vacuum docks itself and the suction on the base kicks in, it sounds like a jet taking off in my living room. This thing is massively loud. I’m talking, probably 3x louder than a shop vac. The volume is absurd. It terrifies me and my pets. I would say that this feature is probably best for people that run the vacuum when they aren’t home. Another thing to keep in mind with the Clean Base is the amount of space that it takes up. It’s not large and most of the space it uses is vertical, but to set it up, it requires 1 ½ feet of open space on each side of the dock as well as 4 feet of open space directly in front of the dock. This is basically a 4’x4’ space that must be kept totally empty in order to use this vacuum. That feels like a lot of space to give up.Alternatively, this vacuum is very attractive with the textured top. It looks very classy compared to the plastic style of many other robot vacuums. The base itself is all plastic, but it doesn’t stand out as chunky or ugly, it’s very easy to ignore. The robot itself is a little on the heavier side compared to some, but it’s not so heavy that it is difficult to pick up and move around.Setting this vacuum up was easy and mostly involved plugging it in and downloading the app. I find the app easy to use, but fairly bare bones. Then again, this vacuum is fairly bare bones. You can set it up to clean when you’re not home, which is a handy feature, but only if you don’t have pets or young children that often make messes that you don’t know about. The vacuum claims to have “Reactive Sensor Technology” to let it know where it can and can’t go, but it doesn’t seem to do too much better than a regular random path robot vacuum about ramming into furniture. The smart navigation, on the other hand, is wonderful. It’s so much faster at cleaning wide open spaces. It follows a clear back and forth path and does a great job at getting all of the floor perfectly.The biggest issue with the vacuum in my specific situation is that it doesn’t do a great job with kitty litter. I have two cats and more than one litter box in my house and this vacuum doesn’t pick up litter very well or consistently. It goes over the areas with spillage and mostly just spreads it around over several feet. It does collect some of the litter, but it seems to create a larger area that needs to be vacuumed by hand later. On the other hand, it does an amazing job with cat hair and human hair for that matter so it seems to be sort of mixed on what it can handle.Overall, I would recommend this vacuum as I do think that it’s pretty great with picking up day-to-day dust, hair, and crumbs. It isn’t the perfect dream robot vacuum that does it all, but if you have reasonable expectations for it, it does a pretty good job checking one thing off of the to-do list for the day so that you don’t have to.

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  4. Ozge

    Your browser does not support HTML5 video.  I can say that i3 is more cat friendly. She doesn’t run away from i3. I used to have irobot 675 ,it was good but too noisy. When I turned it on , my kitten run away and hide in her safe place .

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  5. jolenbethe0

    I love my iRoomba…. Anyone contemplating buying one shouldn’t hesitate ….. It’s the best money I’ve spent in a really long time! I love my iRoomba – the suction is great, the auto-emptying feature is awesome, it’s fairly quite and my floors & carpets have never looked so good! I can feel the plushness of my carpets under my feet again …. All thanks to iRoomba

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  6. cohenr1

    I was very optimistic about a Roomba model with auto-dirt emptying – I thought the brand was a top performer. In actuality, the performance was awful – the vacuum kept on getting stuck – on the entrance to bathrooms, on 1” high piano bench legs – causing me to have to get up & clear the jam. I returned the vacuum.

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