iRobot 4110 Roomba Floor-Vacuuming Robot, Sage
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- Robotic floorvac with dirt detection and convenient infra-red cliff sensors
- Auto adjusts to any floor surface; 2-hour continuous cleaning; easy-to-empty debris bin
- Edge-cleaning sidebrush; stasis sensor; virtual wall for confining to designated area
- Rechargeable APS battery, 3-hour charger, 1 virtual wall, and remote control included
- Measures 16-3/4 by 21 by 5 inches; 1-year warranty
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My wife and I have about a 1500 square foot house. To really get the most out of the unit, we divide our house into 3 smaller areas, and we move the roomba each day into whatever area we want to clean (one large bedroom, the living room, and two smaller rooms joining a bathroom). We then run it while we are gone during the day in the heavily travelled areas once a day and in the less travelled areas once a week. We thought we'd use it more, but honestly, the floors have been so clean - there is no need to run it in an area more than once a day.Read more ›
I'm a single guy and I am not Felix Unger....the place is cluttered. To complicate things, my apartment's kitchen has a ton of odds and ends that are getting sold/given away/donated tomorrow so it's an obstacle course.
This thing is a lot quieter than I thought it would be. It's not whisper quiet but quiet enough that it can barely be heard in the apartment downstairs. Here it is 11:30 at night and I'm running it without worrying about ticking off my neighbor.
It navigates really well. To put it simply, tt more or less bumps into things then turns and goes somewhere else but you can tell the Roomba's programming just isn't that simple. I was amazed while watching it work its way around a three-legged guitar stand. It got between all the legs. The iRobot website has a video representation of the path of a Roomba and I'll say my Roomba did what i saw in the video.
It found its way into the maze of boxes, chairs and stuff in my kitchen and actually found its way out. It also navigated the clutter of guitar stands, cables, an amp or two....to say nothing of navigating around the coffee table and couch. It got hung up when it crawled up on a coiled up guitar cable but I can't blame the Roomba for that.
It only stopped moving - sort of - in one place in my apartment and that's where the carpet meets the tile of the kitchen and one part of that joint is frayed. That got stuck a little in the brushes but the Roomba figured out it had a problem and worked its way loose in about 20 seconds.Read more ›
I never want to be without a Roomba again, but this model has more than it's share of problems. If you have furry babies expect to do a lot of maintenance to keep your Roomba running. The good news is that I can say with confidence that Roomba is capable of keeping carpeted floors pretty clean if you run it at least once a day, preferably twice. The bad news is that fur really gives the unit problems which can lead to damage if not properly cared for. What I do is probably more than most people would bother with. Fur gets everywhere inside this thing - so much so that there is generally as much fur or more wrapped around the brush and in the various crevices as there is in the dust bin. If there are two parts which are not physically bonded together, you will soon find a build up of fur between them. Many of these areas are not easy to clean. I've actually removed several screws permanently to make it easier to reach in and remove fur wrapped around the various moving parts.
I bought my Roomba locally and have returned and exchanged it more times than I can remember due to worn out parts. Most of my Roombas didn't last a month. With each Roomba I learned a little more about what parts needed to be cleaned. I now have two of the same (4110 model) and I've been able to keep them in good operating condition despite running each of them twice daily. I takes me only a few minutes before each cycle to clean out the problem areas, but certainly longer than just emptying the dust bin.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
After a disaster with another not so neat(o) refurb that was DOA and returned, I stumbled upon a used Roomba 4110 for $19.95 at Goodwill. Read morePublished 12 months ago by John S. Socha
Highly dissatisfied that the seller did not disclose that the vacuum was used and a discontinued model. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Kelly
My Roomba worked great for 3 months. Then it just stopped working. After dozens of phone calls and minimal efforts to send me replacement parts, I simply asked for my money back. Read morePublished 20 months ago by bliof
I bought this to help my spouse and I around the house. Most of our house is carpet, so I assumed it would work just as well as I saw on tile. Sadly, this was not the case. Read morePublished on June 29, 2011 by Alexander
I think they are very practical and my wife loves them. We have two of them and they work together to claen the floor. Read morePublished on July 18, 2009 by J. Alvarado
I bought this for my old house when I had a lot of carpet. Now I have moved into a large home with hardwood floors and large rugs, I do not use it very much. Read morePublished on April 19, 2008 by Janel Myers
Moderated with realistic expectations, this is a nice little vacuum. I can set it going in one room of the house while I do something else (work, read a book, cook, or whatever) in... Read morePublished on March 6, 2008 by Sean Blakey
We have all hardwood floors, and a dog, along with a family full of allergic people. Before I got my Roomba this Christmas, I could sweep the house four times a day and still be... Read morePublished on January 28, 2008 by Mavis McGavis
I've been keeping my eye on this product for years, but never bought one because I was afraid it wouldn't do the job I required of it. Read morePublished on January 28, 2008 by Kindle Customer