iRobot Roomba 510 Vacuuming Robot
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- Vacuuming robot picks up dirt and debris with the touch of a button
- Easy-to-empty bagless dustbin; fine-filtration system traps allergens
- Anti-tangle technology; gentle-touch bumper system; built-in cliff sensors
- 1 Virtual Wall, extra filter, and more included
- Measures 16-3/4 by 21 by 5 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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500 Series robots feature that latest robot technologies from iRobot, including an updated cleaning system and coverage patterns. Includes one Virutal Walls that tells Roomba where to clean by restricting off-limit areas. Roomba efficiently cleans the whole floor, under and around furniture and along walls, and automatically adjusts from carpets to hard floors. ¿ 1 iRobot Roomba 510 ¿ 1 Virtual Wall® * ¿ 1 Power Supply (3 hour charge time) ¿ 1 Brush Cleaning Tool ¿ 1 Rechargeable Battery ¿ 1 Extra Filter ¿ 1 Bumper Extension ¿ 1 Year Limited Warranty * Requires 2 D batteries (not included)
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More expensive models have a timer for programmable operation (Roomba 560) and even a remote control (Roomba 580t).
All models are identical in terms of performance. The diminutive size and quiet operation would lead you to believe these are little toys akin to hand vacs... until you get back to a thoroughly cleaned room.
I set the 510 loose on the cats room, where the little devils send litter flying everywhere. The room has hardwood floors and an area rug. When I came back, the Roomba was sitting proudly in the middle of the room, and the rug was spotless. There was hardly a trace of litter or cat hair on the hardwood floors, either.
So, the Roomba is definitely a thumbs up. However, I wish I had paid more attention to the product line and at least picked the model that docks back to the home base. The 510 is potentially a tripping hazard, so it's well worth the extra fifty dollars to move up to the model 530.
Even though our rooms are not complex to navigate, the roomba often gets confused and shuts itself down.
If you charge the roomba and then don't use it, the battery discharges within a few weeks. I don't know why it won't hold a charge.
My wife likes this because it cleans under the beds. Other than that, it's not clear that the time we save on vacuuming is much more than the time we lose on cleaning the roomba.
Amazon should market the scissor with the robot.