Tired of dumb robot vacuums? The vacuum wars continue in this smarts & features battle, which will let you know which robot vacuum is the smartest robot vacuum around. It’s DEEBOT OZMO vs Roomba vs Roborock in a head-to-head battle of the wits.
We’re comparing some of the absolute best robot vacuums around, all of which you can buy for between $500 and $800. That’s the ECOVACS DEEBOT OZMO 950, the Roborock S5, and the iRobot Roomba i7, specifically. In this video, we’re covering 5 total categories and declaring winners in each.
Our Vacuum Wars series is designed to show you the best robot vacuums and how to get the most of your money from your purchase, and this particular video focuses on which is the smartest robot vacuum between the three vacuums listed. Want to see which cleans best instead? Check out our cleaning comparison of these same three robot vacuums right here.
So Which is the Smartest Robot Vacuum?
First up is the category of mapping, which has improved drastically over the years. All modern top-tier robot vacuums can create a map of your home and clean anywhere in the house on your command, but which of these three does it best?
The second category is specifically for consumers who have larger, multi-story homes. Robot vacuums are awesome, but none of them can climb or descend stairs, which means you’ll have to manually move them to another floor to get the job done. But not all of these vacuums properly support more than one floor, so which one is best for this purpose?
Our third category covers the specific need of cleaning a single spot or room in the house. Some vacuums are best at cleaning an entire room at a time, while other vacuums provide more detailed maps that give greater control over exactly where you want to clean.
The fourth category is something many people probably didn’t consider until they noticed the scratches that some robot vacuums leave on the of their furniture. Which vacuum is the most gentle, and which is going to keep your furniture looking nice while simultaneously cleaning your floors well?
Lastly is the disturbance factor of noise, which could keep you from running the robot vacuum only when not at home. Are any of these vacuums quiet enough to run while performing daily tasks, or just while trying to unwind for the evening in front of the TV?
We answer all of these questions in this smarts & features battle and give you a final verdict in our video below.