|Included Components||Roomba 690^Home Base Charging Station^Line Cord ^1 Dual Mode Virtual Wall Barrier(2 AA Batteries included)^1 Extra Filter^1 Flat Cleaning Tool^Owner’s Guide and Documentation Package|
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iRobot Roomba 690 Robot Vacuum-Wi-Fi Connectivity, Works with Alexa, Good for Pet Hair, Carpets, Hard Floors, Self-Charging
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- Patented Dirt Detect sensors alert Roomba to work harder on concentrated areas of dirt, such as high traffic zones of your home
- Sleek, premium design complements your home décor; includes 1 Dual Mode Virtual Wall Barrier for more control over where your robot cleans
- 3 Stage Cleaning System and Dual Multi Surface Brushes pick up everything from small particles to large debris
- Full suite of intelligent sensors guide the robot under and around furniture to help thoroughly clean your floors
- Clean and schedule from anywhere with the iRobot HOME App; compatible with Amazon Alexa and the Google Assistant
- Runs for up to 90 minutes before automatically docking and recharging
- Featuring these other Roomba robot essentials – Wi Fi Connectivity, Edge Sweeping Brush, Auto Adjust Cleaning Head, Works on Carpets and Hard Floors
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The Wi-Fi connected Roomba 690 robot vacuum uses a patented 3-Stage Cleaning System with Dual Multi-Surface Brushes, a specially designed Edge-Sweeping Brush, and vacuum suction to clean everything from small particles to large debris off your floor. The sleek, premium design complements your home décor; includes 1 Dual Mode Virtual Wall(R) Barrier for more control over where your robot cleans. Dirt Detect Technology recognizes concentrated areas of dirt and provides additional cleaning in those spots, and the iRobot HOME App lets you clean and schedule conveniently from anywhere, at any time. Now compatible on devices with Amazon Alexa and the Google Assistant.iRobot Roomba 690 Wi-Fi Connected Vacuuming Robot is built on the proven Roomba 650 robot platform; now with iRobot HOME App compatibility and a sleek new design.
From the manufacturer
iRobot was founded in 1990 with the vision of making practical robots a reality. Today, we design and build innovative home robots, including the Roomba Vacuuming Robot and the Braava family of mopping robots. But our technology isn’t just about robots. It’s about you – and finding better ways to help you get more done.
iRobot Roomba 690 Wi-Fi Connected Robot Vacuum
High-performance, good for pet hair, Wi-Fi connected
Connect to clean from anywhere with the Roomba 690 robot vacuum. The 3-Stage Cleaning System is specially engineered to loosen, lift, and suction everything from small particles to large debris from carpets and hard floors. Dirt Detect sensors alert the Roomba robot vacuum to clean more thoroughly on concentrated areas of dirt. Just press clean or schedule Roomba on the go with the iRobot Home App.
Engineered for performance
The 3-Stage Cleaning System uses Dual Multi-Surface brushes, a specially designed Edge-Sweeping brush, and vacuum suction to attack everything from small particles to large debris on your carpets and hard floors.
The lithium ion battery keeps the Roomba robot vacuum's powerful cleaning system running.
Dual Multi-Surface Brushes
The robot vacuum brand with two main cleaning brushes - one to loosen dirt and the other to pick it up. The brushes work together to grab and remove dirt, dust, hair, and large debris from your floors.
Clean debris from carpets and hard floors
The Auto-Adjust cleaning head automatically adapts is height to keep the Multi-Surface Brushes in close contact with different floor surfaces, effectively cleaning carpets and hard floors.
Dirt Detect Technology
Dirt Detect sensors recognize concentrated areas of dirt, like in high-traffic zones of your home, and provide additional cleaning in those spots.
Sweeps away debris hiding along walls
The Edge-Sweeping Brush is specially designed at a 27-degree angle to sweep debris away from edges and corners.
Intelligently navigates your home
Using a full suite of smart sensors, the Roomba robot vacuum makes more than 60 decisions per second to adapt to your home and thoroughly clean your floors. Cliff detect sensors avoid stairs and other drop-offs.
Use with the included Dual Mode Virtual Wall Barrier for more control over where your robot cleans.
iRobot Home App
Clean and schedule your robot vacuum anytime, from anywhere with the iRobot Home App. Access tips and support, turn on push notifications to receive real time updates on cleaning jobs, and more - all from your smartphone.
All Wi‐Fi connected Roomba vacuuming robots are compatible on devices with Amazon Alexa and the Google Assistant. Simply ask Alexa or the Google Assistant to start, stop, or dock your robot.
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|Smart Home Connected||Use with iRobot Home App, Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant||Use with iRobot Home App, Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant||Use with iRobot Home App, Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant||Use with iRobot Home App, Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant + Clean Map reports||Use with iRobot Home App, Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant + Clean Map reports & advanced cleaning settings|
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I often joke that it's like having a dumb dog, though, because it constantly runs into things, gets stuck on things, and chews up cables and shoe laces.
Sometimes I'll come home from work to find it's accidentally closed a door behind itself and run out of battery trying to find a way back to the charging port. Other times it will get stuck under something and call out for me to come rescue it.
I don't often run it while I'm home because it is quite loud, but it's a vacuum cleaner, so what can you expect.
If you're careful to make sure the floor is clear of loose cables and shoes, it works like a charm.
Small area rugs and bath mats need to be off the floor or gets bunched up. Mat by the front door used 2 way take to keep in place and it cleans it fine.
I owned a Roomba a few years back and I remember the battery life not being that great and it cost a lot of money to replace the battery. I hope that has improved since.
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Enter Ruby. Oh Ruby... how I love thee. I ordered Ruby on a Sunday, coincidentally the same day I talked my husband into sweeping and mopping the floors without my assistance. By Thursday when Ruby arrived, the Doggie Hair tumbleweeds and dirt were beginning to take over the house again. Ruby was easy to set up, and while she was charging for her maiden voyage, my husband and I set out to reconfigure some areas in our home where we had things stored on the floor, under beds, or cords were left in the way,etc. While we were at it, we went ahead and swept dirt out of the awkward corners into the main floor area to see how she'd do. Our home is one level, 2400sq ft mostly hardwood and tile with carpet in just the bedrooms. We do not have rugs with the exception of a bath mat in 2 of the bathrooms. Our house is older, and has been remodeled so there are a couple of awkward corners.
On Day one, Ruby struggled. Oh bless her poor little drunken soul. She bobbed and weaved and missed areas and spit things back out and eventually died lost in a back bedroom. We re-charged her and ran her again. She did ok the second time, but again got stuck somewhere with a dead battery. (I emptied her dust bin a total of 5 times that day and it was incredibly full each time. For shame!!) We went ahead and set up a schedule for her, and thought If we weren't happy after a week, we'd return her and go back to fighting and slaving over the floors and finding excuses for people to not come over.
After 6 days, I can honestly say I'm in love with Ruby. Six whole days of us not touching a broom (aside from sweeping the dirt from an awkward corner into her path the first day), there is not a single doggie hair tumbleweed on our floors. My feet are pretty clean when I run around barefooted all day. I'm no longer embarrassed or panicked when someone says they're going to stop by the house. It's even clean under the beds and couches!!! $324.73 and WORTH EVERY PENNY!!
Here are the questions I really wanted answered before I purchased, so I'll try to answer them for you.
1. No, she doesn't go in a direct grid pattern. Run her everyday, and she'll get what she missed yesterday today. Give her time, she really does get better each day! *After the first week I watched her work and I've noticed she now follows a more grid like pattern. It's not a perfect grid, but it's obvious there's a method to her madness*
2. Wifi function is great for setting a schedule, and for locating her when she occasionally can't find her way home when her battery dies, and for starting her away from home if you need to. I think we probably could have lived without this function, but I'm not sorry we have it.
3. My white baseboards and all furniture legs are perfectly fine
4. The same dogs that are petrified of my upright Kirby and upright Bissel Shampooer don't pay any attention to Ruby unless she runs into them.
5. Watching TV or going about regular life while she's running is no problem. Working from home means she needs to be in a other part of the house due to the noise
6. Yea, she can't always find her way home when her battery dies. My husband and I decided we're perfectly willing to go chase her down and put her on her base in exchange for not having to manually clean our floors. *Ruby has now docked herself everyday except for 1. I guess she just needed to learn the floor layout that first week* *Week 3 she now always docks herself*
7. She has not scratched our original hardwood floors.
8. She transitions easily from one flooring to the next, even over the little connector strip thingies (All of my flooring is light colored)
9. Give her a week. While moving things off the floors and out from under beds the first day, I left her a couple of treasures (dog hair that was embedded around the bed posts and other tight areas). I checked today,(6 days later) and she has gotten all the hair that's wrapped itself around furniture legs in the whole house
10. Mopping: Originally I had planned to purchase a robotic mop shortly after getting Ruby. As the weeks went by, I noticed it was 3 weeks before the floors needed to be mopped again and frankly , I could have gotten away with a spot mop then. What we had normally spent about 20 minutes on once a week, has turned into 20 minutes every 3 weeks. So overall, we've traded in an average of 2.5 hours a week of our time cleaning floors each week for a new average of roughly 10-15 minutes per week between dumping ruby and occassionally mopping. Thank you Ruby!
I read about covering the sensors (this model has five around the front and sides) with paper. Didn’t work. I read about using the shiny side of tin foil. Didn’t work. I ready about covering with various types of tape. None worked. I finally found a partial solution: clear packing tape on white paper and tape THAT to the sensor. It tricked it for about a week (the best week ever!!!! Floors sooooo clean!!), but those pieces of paper get dirty and need to be replaced and I can’t get that trick to work again. So, the last remaining solution is to take the unit apart and disconnect the sensors from the motherboard. Not an easy task. And no doubt will void the warranty. It is 2017, iRobot!!! This has been an issues for a decade—-FIGURE IT OUT!!!!
The hardwood floors in my apartment get dirty and covered in pine needles every day while living in the Pacific Northwest. I figured I could save the multiple sweeping jobs per week with a roomba, and even turn it on remotely while I'm at work. Turns out I spent more time supervising the damn thing than I ever did sweeping in the first place. I highly recommend waiting until these robots have more capable sensors and programming before buying one. Here's why:
I fully understood that my 2-bedroom apartment would need to be "clean" in order for a roomba to not get hung up on stuff like cords or other random stuff on the floor.
RUGS: In my apartment I have a few small rugs near the exterior doors and also a bathmat near the shower, with the remainder being hardwood floors. The roomba has flipped up a corner and gotten hung up on all but one rug.
CORDS: I knew that thin power cords like a phone cord would need to be well out of reach before letting the roomba go at it. Turns out it will not only get hung up on even beefy cords from the likes of a power strip, but it will get caught ON ITS OWN CORD, pulling the docking station around in the process. I used a rubber band to consolidate its own cord, but it will still move the dock around when it hits the cord.
CLOTHES: You can't have ANY clothing on the floor or the roomba will drag it around or get hung up on it.
TABLES/CHAIRS: It hits things HARD. It is not the delicate tap you'd expect. When its sensors see a wall or something large, it slows down before contact, but it can't sense anything narrower like a table leg or chair, which it will hit with considerable force. It moves my dining room chairs around, and they're made of hardwood. I have a cheaper, lightweight ikea table in the living room that it bumps around like it's barely there. This thing WILL knock stuff off of your tables and haphazardly rearrange your furniture if it's chair-sized or smaller. If you have small wastebaskets around, you can expect them to be knocked over.
THE "KEEPOUT ZONE" MONUMENT: The 2 foot radius function works well. I put it between two bedroom doors, as that's where the socks and delicate phone cords live. The 10 foot straight beam function, however, doesn't work as claimed. It functions as both a beam AND a 2 foot radius keepout zone. With the monument set to beam mode, the roomba stops approaching it from behind when it's a couple feet away. It would be nice if it worked so I could allow the roomba to clean one bedroom but not the other. Also, the actual beam is probably 18+ inches wide only a few feet out from the monument.
THE APP / REMOTE CAPABILITY: The app would be a redeeming feature, as the layout and user interface are very well designed. Kudos. However, it fails to remotely connect with the roomba probably 50% of the times I've tried. I've gone through and done every single suggestion in the help section and finally just hard reset the wifi connection, only to have the problem come up again the next day. The dock/roomba is in an area with a strong wifi signal, full bars according to my phone. Not being able to remotely turn on the roomba defeats the whole purpose, as I'm not gonna try to cook or watch tv with this noisy robot crashing into stuff around my apartment.
THE PROGRAMMING / MACHINE LEARNING: It's awful. In fact, I'm not convinced that it does any machine learning whatsoever. I thought that this thing would learn the layout of my apartment and at least *kind of* know its way around. In actuality, it behaves more like a game of Pong, but dumber. When it comes into contact with objects or walls, it turns around and veers off in a seemingly random direction. It can take the thing 20 minutes to find its way out of my wide open dining room due to just 4 chairs and a table. I moved the dock from the dining room to near the front door (less obstacles nearby and I could run it for only a few minutes if I just wanted to triage the shoe area which gets the dirtiest). When you press the "home" button either on the app or on the roomba itself, it does not actually try to find its way home. It just continues vacuuming unless it happens to get within maybe 2 feet of the dock, when it then homes itself. On the occasions when it has kept vacuuming for 20+ minutes after commanding it to return to the home base and I finally picked it up and dropped it off at home, it pulls in, docks, and then plays a triumphant tune to let you know it has successfully returned to the dock. How insulting. I gave this thing plenty of time to "learn" the layout of the apartment. Its path seems completely random. If it misses the home dock from a couple feet away while searching for it, and veers off into another portion of my small apartment until it randomly careens back towards the dock 20 minutes later. More often than not, it will completely neglect cleaning certain areas while cleaning some of the same areas 5 or more times in a single session. It also will not vacuum within about 18 inches of the dock except for the straight line path it takes when it finally decides to home itself.
THE PHYSICAL DESIGN: It has a bumper bar on the front that appears to be able to measure a collision in 3 axes. It also has a post protruding from the top where I assume the infrared sensor lives for communicating with the dock and the keepout zone monument. I have two areas in my apartment where the roomba's main body height can pass under except for the protruding IR sensor on top. This sensor crashes into my tv stand very hard, since the IR sensor hits before the bumper. This also allows the robot to go under the edges of my lower kitchen cabinets but then get stuck there by the protruding sensor. The rotating brush that pulls debris away from the wall works fine against a wall, but does NOT get into corners as it claims. Just looking at the geometry from the top down will show you this.
Overall very disappointed with what I thought was a cool product that would save me lots of time. Even if I could get the app to turn the thing on while I'm at work, I don't think I'd trust it to not knock stuff off of tables, scuff up my floors trying to free itself from getting stuck, or catch a thread and completely unravel a sock. If your home is a perfectly square room with literally no furniture, rugs, cords, or other items on the floor, a roomba can save you time cleaning. If that's your situation though, you probably have other priorities more important than shopping for a robot vacuum to clean your meth house. For everyone else, I suggest you wait a year or three for iRobot's engineering team to put out a product that's worth more than its weight in swamp water. I'm starting the return process for this thing right now. I really, REALLY wanted to like this thing. It would pay for itself in a few months if it could reliably clean even 80% of my apartment and save me from sweeping several times a week. I really hope iRobot's engineers can address all of these issues so I can give roomba another shot. In the mean time, this thing belongs in an R&D lab, not flailing hopelessly around my apartment until I get tired of the noise and physically pick it up to put it on the dock.
la versión que adquirí fue la 690, estaba en muy buen precio al comercial, que ronda los 10,000 y la tome en 6,300 de otra forma hubiera comprado una versión inferior, pero muy satisfecho con este modelo.
solo tengo una queja y por ello mi calificación de 4 estrellas, el embalaje venia muy maltratado, estuvo a punto de hacer devolución, solo por en el interior viene muy bien protegida la miamba, punto malo para amazon.