iRobot Roomba i7+ (7550) Robot Vacuum with Braava Jet M6

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  • CLEANS UP AFTER YOU, AND ITSELF – Forget about vacuuming for months at a time with the CLEAN BASE Automatic Dirt Disposal that allows the i7+ to empty itself for up to 60 days.
  • POWERFUL PERFORMANCE & POWERFUL PICK-UP – Pulls in stubborn dirt & messes with a Premium…

Last updated on May 29, 2021 4:10 am
iRobot Roomba i7+ (7550) Robot Vacuum with Braava Jet M6
iRobot Roomba i7+ (7550) Robot Vacuum with Braava Jet M6

$579.08

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  • CLEANS UP AFTER YOU, AND ITSELF – Forget about vacuuming for months at a time with the Clean Base Automatic Dirt Disposal that allows the i7+ 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.* *(Compared to the Roomba 600 series cleaning system)
  • GUIDED BY SERIOUS SMARTS – With vSLAM navigation, the i7+ learns the layout of your home and builds personal Smart Maps, enabling it to expertly clean and navigate in neat, efficient rows.
  • VACUUMS MESSES IN THE MOMENT – Cleaning crumbs is now as easy as “Roomba, clean under the kitchen table.” A simple request to your voice assistant* or via the iRobot Home app enables the i7+ to clean messes for you, right when they happen.
  • COMPLETE CONTROL OF YOUR CLEAN – With Smart Mapping, your robot knows your kitchen from your living room, so you can decide where it cleans and when. With Keep Out Zones, your robot knows to avoid sensitive areas like pet bowls or play areas.
  • A CLEAN UNIQUE TO YOU – The Roomba i7+ robot vacuum is smarter than ever, learning where and when you normally clean and suggesting personalized schedules so you can focus on everything else.

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  1. Michael H.

    Buyer beware: I was told by iRobot customer support that the smartphone app is what triggers the “start” of a scheduled cleaning, and that if the smartphone is not connected to a WiFi (not cellular) network at the time of the schedule start, the Roomba robot will not start automatically cleaning according to what the user programmed. I was told this doesn’t have to be the same (ie home) WiFi network, but in fact could be any wifi network, such as place of work, or public wifi. While none of this makes sense to me, nor do I view this as a good design, this is what I was told. I am disappointed to find out that one of the best features of Roomba, ie unattended scheduled cleanings, doesn’t work unless the user and his or her smartphone is connect to Wifi at the scheduled time. This makes the price tag a bit too high for my taste if any of this is true. If this is not true, then iRobot needs to train it’s customer support staff better.

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  2. Amazon Customer

    Arrived this week. Got a good run or two out of it before the app started telling me to manually empty the bin and clean the sensors. Thats odd, but I did it. Then it happened again on the next run. Empty clean repeat. And again and again.Called Roomba support. They can connect to the app and see the errors. Thats cool. Takes some troubleshooting but finally decide the problem is in the home base. And it is no longer doing its emptying job, so the Roomba keeps giving errors.Now it gets crazy, in order to start troubleshooting the base it requires tools and taking the things apart. And if you dont have the right tools you are stuck. Wont warranty it or move forward with troubleshooting unless you are comfortable breaking apart your brand new $1100 vacuum

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  3. Amy Dru

    I have been using the iRobot Roomba i7 for about a month. It is SO expensive, and I have been actively looking for things that it does “wrong” or that I don’t like. Needless to say, I have failed because it is AWESOME.I had a Roomba about 5 years ago in a previous house. It worked fine, but I’m not sure it was worth the money then. This new version is fantastic. If you are already a Roomba lover, here are the things that are different about this Roomba than previous versions:1. It is much quieter, and the noise it makes is not a high pitch that worries our dog.2. The automatic dirt disposal base makes cleaning Roomba a weekly/monthly job instead of an everyday job. We have been using it about a month, and I would say we run it every other day. We have not had to empty the bin yet.3. Though I thought the app feature was kind of dumb at first, I have really grown to love it. The map is super cool, so even if you are gone while Roomba is running, you can still see what she cleaned. The app will also update you when she docks, empties, or gets stuck. You can use the app to start/stop her.4. The false wall that is included with this Roomba is a small rectangular piece that functions by itself. This is so much smaller and easier to manage that the old, chunky false walls.5. This Roomba can clean a lot longer on a full battery charge. Mine will run for about an hour and half on a full charge and that is enough time to go over the first floor of my house (about 3500 sf) one time, completely.If you have never had a Roomba before and you’re on the fence, here is why it is the most phenomenal time-saver you can buy:1. Unlike a housekeeper, Roomba is in your home ever day and can vacuum daily, or twice daily if you have a messy-eating toddler like me!2. This is the best version of Roomba (see list above) and means you spend even less time dealing with vacuuming because you will only have to worry about emptying the base every week or so.3. Roomba is fairly quiet compared to other vacuums and I can run it while my kids are sleeping without waking them up.4. Roomba can go under anything that is about 3-4 inches off the ground, which typically means she can get under the edge of kitchen/bathroom cabinets towards the toekick. She will even go up under furniture that has fabric skirts hanging down to “hide” the underneath.5. Roomba can clean any type of flooring. In my home, we have tile, hardwood, and low and high pile rugs. Roomba does it all with seamless transition. There is one transition in my home from hardwood to tile that I was worried about, but she goes right over without issue.6. If Roomba is running upstairs, she has a sensor that will keep her from tumbling down the stairs.7. Roomba has a sensor for shadows so she will slow down when she sees a shadow in anticipation for running into something. When Roomba hits something, she is completely padded so she won’t leave any marks.Seriously, just buy it if you can spring for it!The one advice I can offer is: If you have a dog who sheds or a wife/daughter with long hair, you will occasionally have to help Roomba empty into the bin. Big wads/piles of hair can clog the port between Roomba and the base and keep Roomba from emptying. When I do have to help her, it is easy enough and I don’t find it gross so no biggie.

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