iRobot Roomba i7+ vs 980 robot vacuum room cleaning comparison

In this comparison video we will be taking a look at the new robot vacuum by iRobot the Roomba i7+ self-cleaning robot vacuum vs the 980 robot vacuum. The i7+ self-cleaning robot vacuum is the first vacuum by Roomba that includes the ability to empty itself out (into the clean base station). It is reported that the base station will hold 30 dust bins worth of dust and pet hair.

The iRobot vacuum Roomba i7 is a lot quieter compared to the iRobot Roomba 980, which is awesome for owners who have a lot of hardwood or carpet in their house.

Some users are reporting issues with their i7+ picking up pet hair properly off of carpets. For me, i have not had any issues on my medium pile rug with a medium length hair cat and all of her fur.

Roomba vacuum cleaners are great for home automation and are a great addition . to any smart home! In a previous video the iRobot roomba i7+ was reviewed as a robot vacuum cleaner. The roomba i7 plus is a great addition to anyone’s smart home looking to add more vacuum cleaners.

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10 Replies to “iRobot Roomba i7+ vs 980 robot vacuum room cleaning comparison”

  1. Who knows Qwerty

    Having the 980, it sounds like you have carpet boost always enabled. I had to give it a thorough clean once as the sensor wouldn't stop carpet boost even on hard floors. (Assuming you don't have it set in the app)
    Anyway, thanks a lot for these comparison videos!

  2. cleangene17

    I noticed that the coffee table was moved for the 2nd vacuum. I don't understand why you changed part of the criteria for the test? It is an interesting comparison. I never realized how noisy those things can be!

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