Shark IQ Robot Self-Empty XL RV101AE, Robotic Vacuum

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  • At you can purchase Shark IQ Robot Self-Empty XL RV101AE, Robotic Vacuum, IQ Navigation, Home Mappin for only $237.80, which is 54% less than the cost in Amazon ($519.00).
  • The lowest price of Shark IQ Robot Self-Empty XL RV101AE, Robotic Vacuum, IQ Navigation, Home Mapping, Self-Cleaning Brushroll, Wi-Fi Connected, Works with Alexa was obtained on August 4, 2021 6:56 pm.
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Shark IQ Robot Self-Empty XL RV101AE, Robotic Vacuum
Shark IQ Robot Self-Empty XL RV101AE, Robotic Vacuum


  • FORGET ABOUT VACUUMING FOR UP TO A MONTH:  A bagless, self-emptying base holds up to 30 days of dirt and debris.
  • POWERFUL SUCTION:  Deep-cleaning power to take on large debris, small debris, and pet hair on carpets & floors.
  • NO HAIR WRAP:  Self-cleaning brushroll removes pet hair and long hair as it cleans – no more hair wrap.
  • PHONE OR VOICE COMMAND:  Schedule whole-home cleanings or target specific rooms or areas to clean right now with the SharkClean app or voice control with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant.
  • TOTAL HOME MAPPING + ROOM SELECT:  Maps your home and lets you choose which rooms to clean right now.
  • ROW-BY-ROW CLEANING: Methodically cleans row by row and then navigates room to room for complete home coverage.
  • RECHARGE AND RESUME:  The Shark IQ Robot vacuum will return to the dock, recharge, and can pick up where it left off.

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Price history for Shark IQ Robot Self-Empty XL RV101AE, Robotic Vacuum, IQ Navigation, Home Mappin
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  • $237.80 - June 5, 2021
  • $290.00 - April 15, 2021
Since: April 15, 2021
  • Highest Price: $290.00 - April 15, 2021
  • Lowest Price: $237.80 - June 5, 2021

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Specification: Shark IQ Robot Self-Empty XL RV101AE, Robotic Vacuum

Model Shark IQ
Type RV101AE

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3 reviews for Shark IQ Robot Self-Empty XL RV101AE, Robotic Vacuum

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  1. B. Mindful

    Your browser does not support HTML5 video.  I have a Roomba i7+ and bought the Shark IQ R101 for my mother’s house hoping that it would perform as good or close to the Roomba i7+. At half the price of the Roomba, I thought it was worth trying it out. Well, you get what you pay for. The Shark IQ is basically a poor man’s Roomba. It looks the same, even makes a little jingle at the end like the Roomba when the self disposing bin empties, but in terms of performance there’s no comparison.First, I was surprised at how loud the Shark IQ is. It sounds like a helicopter doing laps around your house. (see uploaded video) It’s pretty obnoxious. Second, the machine takes a long time to return to its dock – if it returns, that is. In all my times running it, it would make it back to dock about 50% of the time. The other times, I would have to go around hunting for it. For some reason, it would just stop at random places in the house with some error message. Third, I ran it about 15 times, and that still wasn’t enough to map out my house. I was hoping to have it on a regular schedule where I could clean room by room a few times a week. By the 15th time of running it, I gave up on having it try to map out my place. Fourth, there are some annoying design flaws in this product. For example, it’s difficult and awkward to connect the power cord to the back of the machine. Also, the bagless disposal bin is tricky to empty. When you empty it in the trash, there was a lot of dust and my dog’s hair caught up in the cylindrical mesh filter. You’re basically having to pull it out by hand, and when you do that, the dust and other particles escape into the air, creating a bit of a mess. Anyway, I wanted to like this given the cost of the machine, but it was a big disappointment. If you’re considering this product, I would just pay the few extra hundred dollars to get the real thing.

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  2. Scott Flack

    I had a cheap random motion vacuum robot that worked pretty well. I decided to upgrade to this Shark unit for the added mapping functionality and auto empty. In some ways the cheap off brand unit was better.Negatives:This thing is extremely loud. You won’t want to be there when it’s working.The algorithms it uses seem really half baked. It gets confused easily. I’ve seen it straight up bulldoze over it’s own base station. It will also just randomly pause mid clean like it forgot what it was doing.It only finds its way back home every so often. Every day I come home and have to hunt it down.On the positive it does work well as a vacuum. The suction seems ample and it picks up dirt well. Seems to handle keeping hair off the rollers too.

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  3. RDouglas

    Final update:I made the mistake of saying that it doesn’t get stuck in my last review and sure enough the same day it started getting stuck every run. it gets to the stairs or the transition between two different color floors and decided that it’s cliff sensors are blocked and wont go any further. Tried all the fixes from the manufacturer and still doing the same thing. Time to try Amazon’s return service.Update 2:Overall good value for the price and for the most part will keep your floors very clean. I will keep it due to the price being half the cost of the Roomba. Read on for the specifics….After 62 cleaning runs it finally finds it’s way back to base pretty consistently. Does a good job of cleaning what it can reach, but does not do well on edges. It’s not fast, between going back to empty the tiny bin and recharging it takes 4 hours to clean ~1000 SQF. It seldom gets stuck, 2 or 3 times out of 62 is not bad. The application overall sucks but that can be fixed with time, it often has to restart and doesn’t update when you have it open. There have been multiple times that I had to force close and reopen it 4 or 5 times to get it to work at all. The scheduling works well but you can only set one scheduled run per day and you cant tell it what power level to use. The dustbin is just plain stupid, it is TINY and does not have a sensor to tell the bot to go empty it when it gets full. The mechanism to keep hair and such from getting tangled on the brushes works, its basically a comb that the brushes turn against. Sounds good but if there is a lot of hair on your floor the hair gets stuck in the comb and prevents the bin from emptying itself.Update 1:Added an additional star, after 15 runs it now is able to get back to its base 1 out of 3 times so there’s hope. On the other hand the battery life is horrible, even in low power mode it can’t do 1200sqf without 2 full recharges and it seems that if it has to go back for a third charge it just gives up and won’t finish which is really annoying since the area it most often skips is the one that I care about most. Eventually, some day when it’s done mapping they claim you can tell it to do a specific area so at least there’s a possibility of a fix.After 4 hours and 1 partial cleaning here’s what i know so far. First 4 stars for picking up a LOT, minus 3 for not being smart enough to know that it was so full that it had filled the extremely small bin and then packed the brush area completely full as well. 2 stars for cleaning in straight lines instead of wandering about randomly. Minus 1 for really struggling on flat carpeting, you could hear it really bog down and the brush speed seemingly cut in half every time it hit the carpeting. I can only imagine how it would do on carpeting with any pile to it. Plus 5 for self emptying, it does a great job which takes robot vacuums from being a novelty to being an actually useful tool. Minus 5 for it’s ability to return to the base, the battery got discharged so as you would expect it turned the vacuum and brushes off and then continued to wander aimlessly around the room until the battery was completely dead. I’m hopeful that over time it will work out its mapping and be able to return to the base and if so I will update to 5 stars, if not I will sadly return it

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