iRobot Roomba Pet Series 532 Vacuum Cleaning Robot
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- Vacuuming robot designed especially for pet owners; comes with extra set of easy-to-clean brushes
- High capacity sweeper bin for trapping even more pet hair, kitty litter or dander
- Cleans up to three standard-sized rooms on a single charge
- 2 Virtual Walls tell Roomba where to clean by restricting off-limit areas
- Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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The iRobot Roomba 532 Pet Series Vacuum Cleaning Robot make caring for a home with pets easier. The Pet Series robots come equipped with an extra set of easy to clean brushes, two interchangeable debris bins for trapping even more pet hair, kitty litter or dander and cleaning tools that ensure both sets of brushes remain free of debris for optimal performance. The high capacity sweeper bin holds three- and -a-half times more debris than the vacuum bin. Counter-rotating brushes reach deep into carpets to pull out pet hair, dander and more. Cleaning up to three standard-sized rooms on a single charge, it comes standard with two Virtual Walls that use infrared beams that creates and adjustable, invisible barrier that blocks Roomba from entering off-limit areas. When the cleaning is done, or the battery is running low, Roomba automatically locates and returns to its Home Base to dock and recharge. Roomba efficiently vacuums dirt, debris, pet hair, pet dander, dust, allergens and more from carpets and hard floors. Extra replacement filters ensure Roomba traps dust, pollen, pet dander and tiny particulate inside the bin. The Roomba 532 also includes iRobot's latest technological innovations, such as a light-touch bumper, stair sensing ability, advanced anti-tangle technology and the ability to transition from carpets to hard flooring with ease. Most pets are initially curious about Roomba but will quickly learn to ignore it-or even play with it. Special safety features help your pet safe: Stair-avoiding system, bump sensors and automatic shut-off so noses and paws won't be harmed if a curious pet flips Roomba over. You should run Roomba while you are at home for the first few cleaning cycles so your pet can get used to it. After that, you can let Roomba clean whether you're at home or on the go.
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|Item Dimensions||24.62 x 19.12 x 5.5 in||13 x 13 x 3.6 in||11.8 x 11.8 x 3 in||17 x 18 x 5 in||13 x 13 x 3.6 in||13.9 x 13.9 x 3.3 in|
|Item Weight||15 lbs||7.8 lbs||4.5 lbs||11.5 lbs||8.4 lbs||7.17 lbs|
|Runtime||—||60 minutes||—||60 minutes||60 minutes||—|
|Additional Features||Superior pick-up power on pet hair.||Powerful performance, Thorough coverage, 60 min runtime, Wi-Fi connected||cordless||Powerful performance, Thorough coverage, 60 minute runtime||5x stronger power, Thorough coverage, 60 min runtime, Ideal for pet hair, Wi-Fi connected||"smart phone" controls app alexa|
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So far, it exceeds my expectations. With five cats it's a fair amount of work to keep my floors clean, plus I'm a big slob and tend to let it go for weeks at a time until my two area rugs are filthy and there are dust bunnies scattered on the floor. So I was giving the Roomba (named Will Robinson - somehow they beg to be named) a real challenge. I ran it three times to catch up with the mess. Had to clean the brushes and empty the dustbin three times during the first cycle, once during the second, and it made it through the third with no intervention. (I'm not counting cleaning/emptying before or after a cycle.) It got up a truly disturbing amount of gunk and hair and fine dust. It did great on the rugs - better than any vacuum I've had before. In the past I've had to get down on my hands and knees and scrape up dust and fur before vacuuming - this time I did only a quick manual scrape after Will Robinson's first cycle which may not even have been necessary. Time will tell whether the Roomba can keep them clean by itself.
The cats were scared at first but seem to be adjusting - they sat and watched it intently as it went zooming around. (So did I at first - it's almost hypnotic.) One cat was bold enough to lie on the rug - when Will Robinson gently bumped into him, he jumped up very indignantly and hissed as if this is some strange new cat with no manners. :)
It doesn't quite seem to cover my whole one bedroom apartment in one cycle, although it'll visit every room. Running it three or four times a week should get everything. Obviously there are some places where it can't get and I'll still have to sweep or dust them. Cleaning the rollers and emptying the bin is super easy and only takes a couple of minutes once you know what you're doing. I tapped the filter to clean it, and when it seemed too dirty I just took it out, rinsed it clean, put it aside to dry, and replaced it meanwhile with one of the included spares.
Dark floors: Most of my floors are a dark chestnut or walnut color, and one of my rugs is a geometric pattern with navy blue and maroon areas, so I was concerned that Roomba would sense them as a drop and refuse to clean them, but not to worry - it had no problem at all.
12/19/10: After running the Roomba almost every day for just over a week, I think my floors are cleaner than they've ever been. I mopped yesterday and hardly got anything. Will Robinson still picks up an amazing amount of that fine gray dust that seems to be everywhere in New York City, I guess from the rugs, so I'm planning to continue running it frequently. It makes such a difference to have clean floors every day instead of only right after I've spent hours sweeping, mopping, scraping up dust, and vacuuming!
Things to watch out for: a couple of times the Roomba seemed to get lost and couldn't find its base. I moved the base closer to the central hallway to see if that helps, in case the signal just isn't getting through the walls - too soon to tell. Also once I found it dragging one of my sneakers around by a shoelace - now I either pick up my shoes off the floor or tuck the shoelaces inside.
Being an IT programmer, I find myself thinking about the software in this thing. It seems to have at least two distinct modes of navigation - an edge-seeking behavior where it'll feel its way along walls and around corners, and a space-crossing one where it'll zig-zag across a room. And of course there's the spot-clean mode where it'll move in an expanding spiral. It seems to blunder around almost randomly sometimes but manages to cover almost everywhere.
12/26/10: Still loving the Roomba, and so are my floors. It seems to have difficulty finding its way back to its base sometimes. A couple of times I ended up moving it to the right room before it would dock, and once I came home to find it sitting forlornly in the living room, out of power. A nice feature would be a 'beeper' - a remote to make it beep in case it poops out under some furniture and you can't find it. However, it's big enough that that shouldn't be much of a problem.
2/14/2011: It amazes me that I've only had the Roomba for just over two months, it's become such a part of my everyday routine. I start it every day before I leave for work, or on the weekends while I poke around with the computer or go for groceries or a walk. It's kept my rugs and floors wonderfully clean, so my regular cleaning routine is reduced to an hour or so a week of dusting and cleaning the kitchen and bathroom. I most definitely wouldn't want to be without it now!
4/18/2011: Well, things are no longer so perfect. Last week I started up the Roomba and left for work, and at some point one of the cats got poop on the floor. The poor Roomba naturally tried to sweep it up and in the process got it all over the floor and even worse, all over its own insides. What a stinky mess! I had no choice but to wash the stuff off unless I wanted a very smelly floor cleaner - tried not to get water into it but maybe that's what happened - it started flashing orange and making a weird wailing sound, then it said something I didn't catch (probably "Curse you, cat poop!"), and died. The Roomba technician was super nice when I called and they're sending me a replacement battery in the hopes that that will fix it.
And now its new official name is Poopba.
10/3/2012: Thought I'd just bring this saga up to date. Poor Poopba never recovered from my washing it and getting its insides wet. Most likely it could be repaired, but I ended up just getting a newer and slightly better/quieter model (which I also love) since I can no longer live without a Roomba. The moral is: Never, NEVER, get the insides of a Roomba wet. If you must wash it, remove the bin and rollers, unscrew the plastic plate from the bottom, remove the battery, remove the wheels and as many other parts as you can; wash the non-electronic parts separately, let them dry, and reassemble.
One of the main things that I see missing from this device? A handle to pick it up! Why did they get rid of the handle?! On the other units that I have, I bend over, grab the handle to lift the unit & go. This one? Since it has no handle with which to lift it, I practically have to go down to the floor to scoop it up, lifting the unit from under, getting my hands icky in the process. Bad removal choice iRobot!! I also miss the remote that came with the other units & the selection of how long to clean. This has SPOT clean, cleaning in a larger circle expanding outward, meant for a really dirty area, and it has ON, where it runs til you stop it. If you have the charging base in an accessible location, when the battery starts running low, it will find its way home & dock itself (quite comical to watch sometimes, as it has to come in perfectly straight, or it will do it until it does)!
Other than that, this is a nice model if you have pets, since it does come with a larger dirt bin; again, make sure to clean it, emptying it after each use. I think the bigger dirt bin can lead people to not clean it as often, since it doesn't look full. Well, with these units, to keep them working, you don't want to wait until it looks full to empty it. By then, it's too full.
Overall, I enjoy it greatly; especially now that my PitBull has taken it upon himself to turn it on & off when I ask. His favorite thing in the world is to take the end of his snout & press the button!! Enjoy! :)