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iRobot Roomba Intelligent Floorvac Robotic Vacuum, Red

by iRobot

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  • Entry-level robotic floorvac with dirt detection and 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, 7-hour charger, 1 virtual wall, and air filter included
  • Measures approximately 13 by 4 inches; 1-year warranty

Product Details

Product Manual [660kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 18.4 x 14.8 x 4.5 inches ; 10.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 9 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00022HYIM
  • Item model number: 410
  • Batteries 2 D batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (361 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #632,696 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Roomba Red Robotic FloorVac

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Customer Reviews

Roomba is like a member of the family...we love to watch him work!
M. Brooker
The house gets vacuumed much more frequently now so it is cleaner and I love that it's vacuuming when I am doing other cleaning or when I'm not home.
Jennifer Haber
I called customer service and they are supposedly sending new brushes, which may or may not fix the problem.
newmomjd

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

397 of 398 people found the following review helpful By S. Kalnoski on December 20, 2005
Roombas have now evolved into surprisingly well-designed machines that provide a surprising amount of vacuuming for the purchase price.

Which Roomba:

- All current models have the same innards and cleaning abilities, making bottom-of-the-line Red a bargain. Even Red's missing 'Max' mode (allows continuous cleaning beyond one hour) can be used if you buy the optional remote.

- Color and case design change a bit from model to model, and higher-end models come with more accessories in the box. Cool features described in the higher models can be added later.

- The main benefit of the drive-up charging base, included starting with the mid-line Discovery, isn't actually the automatic charging. With the base in a room, you know where to find the vac when it's done. Without it, Roomba finishes wherever it pleases -- whether or not that's a convenient place for you to retrieve it.

- Because you empty dirt before or after use, the optional, top-of-the-line scheduling capability doesn't really add completely unattended cleaning capability.

Before you buy:

- You can't see one of the vac's best features in the product picture. A front-side brush sticks out the front-right side of the vac, so it gets as close into corners as upright vacs. With this brush and a wall-distance sensor, it hugs the baseboards and puts most vac's "edge cleaning" claims to shame.

- Design changes to recently built units fix problems reviewers report on units made before mid-2005. Check the serial number on the box when you get yours. Build dates June 2005 or later have the fixes. The build date is after the model number (JEN4xxx); six digit date should be greater than '050601', ignore the rest of the serial number after this.
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454 of 459 people found the following review helpful By GnatGoSplat on September 24, 2004
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I don't know what the original Roomba was like, but the Discovery series seems quite refined. There is very minimal documentation to explain Roomba, that's how easy it is to use. Just put it on the center of your floor, press power, and then press the giant CLEAN button and Roomba does its thing. This one only comes with the slow charger, which is fine for my needs. The small battery provides an impressive run time, enough for at least 1000sq ft. It cleans under beds and will go pretty much everywhere it can fit. It DEFINITELY works. My room seemed fairly clean, but Roomba proved it wasn't. Roomba picked up all kinds of lint, hair, and other nasty things. I think Roomba can replace a conventional vac, because you can set it out more often. A lot of thought went into the design, like the rollers and dust bin. Everything in it that needs attention (filter, dustbin, rollers, etc.) comes out VERY easily and goes back together very easily. It has both a brush style roller, and a rubber squeegee style roller. The design of the rollers makes them very easy to clean with the supplied tool to cut and brush out any entangled hair. With its soft knobby tires, it never gets stuck.

There's nothing really bad about Roomba, but there are a few things that I think could be improved. You have to be VERY careful that there is no exposed wiring or anything that Roomba's brushes will snag on. It's also a good idea to put away any rugs that may have loose threads or tassles. A few times, I missed a cord or a rug and Roomba's rollers got snagged on it. Poor Roomba made awful noises till I came and rescued it. This makes me a little concerned about leaving Roomba alone if I'm going to leave the house.
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88 of 95 people found the following review helpful By FirePepper Red on September 10, 2005
I bought this Roomba because like everyone else the idea of having a little robotic vacuum do the work for me was just too good to pass up. The little Red Roomba worked very well for the first 3 days and then it quit... it would just go around in circles. I returned the original purchase to Target and came home with another because I was addicted to having this little guy run around the house sucking up all the dirt for me. It did not last... after 1 week this one did the same thing. Both times I followed the directions on the Roomba chat groups and tried to clean the blocked wheel sensor (there is an optical sensor in the wheel assembly that, when blocked by dust or dirt, causes the roomba to spin around in circles). I also called up the irobot customer support and they ran through a diagnostic procedure with me that showed it was the wheel sensor... I did what the support technician told me and blew compressed air on the wheel sensor only to have the roomba work for about 10 minutes before doing the "circle dance" again. After calling the support technician again she advised me to take it back to Target because they were on back order at irobot. Once again I returned the Roomba and picked up another one... this was going to be me last try. Again it worked for about 2 weeks and after that KAPUT... the circle of death was back and my experience with Roomba was over. I returned it for a refund and bought the Hoover Empower from Amazon... a great vac that won't ever do the circle dance.... unless of course the sensors built into my legs ever get dust on them.Read more ›
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