Roomba 980 vs Dyson 360 Eye – 5 Tests, One CLEAR Winner – #Ad Warren Nash



Let’s find out once and for all. In a 5 test head-to-head battle with the Roomba 980 vs Dyson 360 Eye, see which wins hands down with more efficient cleaning in a variety of challenging conditions. Thanks iRobot & Dyson for featuring in this video.

In this review, we see how the 360 Eye cleans in a spiral fashion with a classic rotary brush to suck up dirt. In comparison, the Roomba 980 cleans in rows with rubber extractor heads – which are becoming more common within the iRobot vacuum cleaner range. But which works best?

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34 Replies to “Roomba 980 vs Dyson 360 Eye – 5 Tests, One CLEAR Winner – #Ad Warren Nash”

  1. Kayden Anderson

    Funny how you only focused on the Roomba’s pros over the Dyson’s cons. Couldn’t even make it past the first two challenges without cringing at every “challenge” you unfairly threw at the vacuums.

  2. Talha Mukhtar

    This is unfortunately biased. The choice of tests is weighted in the roomba’s favor. I’m not saying the dyson’s better. I’m just saying you should use other reviews to form your opinion, as this review is worse than useless

  3. SamAnson

    What do you expect? A really late model Roomba which has technology that was being developed since 2002 vs. Dyson's first attempt at a robovac. Of course Roomba's going to win!

  4. blakaeg

    Good to see a video that points out the limitations of the Dyson. I get fed up of ' Dyson lovers' who do not accept that their products are far from perfect and are overpriced!

  5. Bone Stock Garage

    This video seemed like you picked out the 3 flaws in the Dyson. "Brush/vacuum volume, height, and a very shaggy rug".
    These robots aren't made to pickup large particles, merely keep a house clean of pet hair/dust. The Dyson has a bigger motor, filters, and cyclonic technology… So its taller….and the shag rug although the fairest test, most people do not have and most robots will grab.
    I've owned both, besides run time, bin size, and slowing down in low light…the Dyson performs the best and has the best build quality among ALL the competition.

  6. zmanifest

    I'm sure that they made the Dyson eye 360 taller for a reason. This actually happened to me before, my roomba got stuck under the couch once and it wouldn't find it's way out again. So I had to move the couch the get it out. More trouble than it was worth! The Dyson eye 360 is the Artificial Intelligence of robotic vacuums!

  7. Gentili Giuliano

    It would be nice to compare roomba with xiaomi vacuum cleaner. If it gets same results xiaomi is already winning (as it is half the price or less than roomba). I have one since monts and it's performing really well (but I never had any roomba for comparison)

  8. Ruzveh Dadabhoy

    Yes i am impressed with the the test parameters but the choice of testing the robots is v poor. I would like to see the challenge between latest and most expensive models from Xiaomi, Roomba, LG & Samsung. Please do the test result among these models and show us the result

  9. Vacuum Facts

    Where is your data showing how well it performed cleaning dust (the single most important task)? Not very convincing or professional testing unfortunately. The tests represented niche situations that seemed contrived, and it's not even clear to what extent you followed the manufacturers instructions in the manual about floor preparation for this form of technology.

  10. T Lee

    If you don't believe this guy, look at the reviews from verified buyers on Amazon. Many of them gave it 1 star because of some of these same complaints. A lot of people gave it 5 stars as well, so it may be that some living spaces are a better fit for the Dyson. Who knows. I'm willing to give it the botd, since we have other Dyson products in the house (they're freaking awesome, been going on like 8 years now). But ultimately, I ended up going with the Roomba. They've had a lot of time to perfect the whole robot vacuum thing.

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