iRobot Roomba Combo i5+ Self-Emptying Robot Vacuum and Mop, Clean by Room with Smart Mapping, Empties Itself for Up to 60 Days, Works with Alexa, Personalized Cleaning OS, Ideal…

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iRobot Roomba Combo i5+ Self-Emptying Robot Vacuum and Mop, Clean by Room with Smart Mapping, Empties Itself for Up to 60 Days, Works with Alexa, Personalized Cleaning OS, Ideal…
iRobot Roomba Combo i5+ Self-Emptying Robot Vacuum and Mop, Clean by Room with Smart Mapping, Empties Itself for Up to 60 Days, Works with Alexa, Personalized Cleaning OS, Ideal…

$349.00

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  • POWERFUL PERFORMANCE. POWERFUL PICKUP. Pulls in the everyday dirt and debris with a 4-Stage Cleaning System, featuring unique Dual Multi-Surface Rubber Brushes that adjust to different floor types and avoid getting tangled with pet hair.
  • AUTOMATICALLY EMPTIES ITS BIN ON ITS OWN FOR UP TO 60 DAYS. Cleans up after itself, emptying its Vacuum Bin into an enclosed bag that holds up to 60 days of debris, which means two whole months of not thinking about vacuuming.
  • CLEANS THE ROOMS YOU WANT WHEN YOU WANT. Learns your home and creates an Imprint Smart Map so you can direct it to clean any room you want, any time you want—either on a set schedule or in the moment.
  • FOCUSES ON DIRT. Patented Dirt Detect Technology allows the Roomba Combo i5+ robot to detect dirtier areas of your home and clean them more thoroughly when the Vacuum Bin is installed.
  • DOUBLE THE CLEAN WITH ONE MACHINE. The Roomba Combo i5+ robot vacuum & mop is designed for both wet and dry floor cleaning—converting from an all-floor vacuum to a vacuum & mop, with the simple switch of a bin.
  • A MOP PAD DESIGNED FOR PERFORMANCE. Designed for wet floor mopping performance, the specialized microfiber pad tackles footprints, dirt and dust.
  • CLEAN YOUR WAY MORE EFFICIENTLY. Fill the Roomba Combo Bin’s tank with a compatible cleaning solution* of your choice or just water and instantly transform your robot into a vacuuming and wet mopping robot that leaves your home fresh and clean. *See iRobot website for list of compatible cleaning solutions.
  • UNDERSTANDS MORE VOICE COMMANDS THAN ANY OTHER 2-IN-1. Simply pair Roomba Combo i5+ robot vacuum & mop with Alexa, Siri or Google Assistant-enabled devices* and tell it to clean the kitchen, living room, or every room.
  • COMPLETE CONTROL IN YOUR HANDS. iRobot OS works together with the iRobot Home app to make cleaning easier and more personalized—all with less effort, so you have more time to do the things you love.

Additional information

Specification: iRobot Roomba Combo i5+ Self-Emptying Robot Vacuum and Mop, Clean by Room with Smart Mapping, Empties Itself for Up to 60 Days, Works with Alexa, Personalized Cleaning OS, Ideal…

Brand

iRobot

Model Name

iRobot® Roomba® Combo i5+

Special Feature

Smart Mapping, Clean by room, Cleans in neat rows, Self-Emptying

Color

Woven Neutral

Product Dimensions

13.4"L x 13.5"W x 3.6"H

Included Components

1 Roomba i5 Robot Vacuum, 2 Cleaning Pads, 1 Extra High-Efficiency Filter, 1 Roomba Combo Bin, 2 Dirt Disposal Bags, 1 Clean Base Automatic Dirt Disposal

Filter Type

Cartridge

Battery Life

180 minutes

Voltage

14.4 Volts

Power Source

Battery Powered

Are Batteries Included

Yes

Compatible Devices

Amazon Echo

Form Factor

Robotic

Item Weight

7 pounds

Manufacturer

iRobot

Country of Origin

China

Item model number

i557020

Batteries

1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

Batteries required

Yes

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7 reviews for iRobot Roomba Combo i5+ Self-Emptying Robot Vacuum and Mop, Clean by Room with Smart Mapping, Empties Itself for Up to 60 Days, Works with Alexa, Personalized Cleaning OS, Ideal…

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  1. Avery

    This vacuum looks nice, delivery was very good, though I haven’t used it yet I’m disappointed. I somehow thought it came with a remote control and the app was optional. I hate downloading apps to use products I bought & paid for where I have to set up an account with a username & password. My business is no one else’s business!! I will be searching to see if a remote control is available, else I just may return it unused.
    *UPDATE* After reluctantly giving in and creating an account, I spent a few hours creating a map & naming my rooms. I have a single story ranch style home with a media room, a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen & living room and “Rosie” seems to do quite well at cleaning as I request. And quiet too. I love this thing! The only time it sounds like a normal vacuum is when it empties the bag. It does get stuck under my skirted rocker, climbs the feet & can’t get free. other than that, no complaints.

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  2. Amazon Customer

    Well after a few weeks with Robert the Roomba, we’ve gotten to know him and his quirks. It really is like training a new pet – lots of work at first, and then you’ll still have accidents and ongoing training forever. Plus there are some bugs in the system to be worked on iRobot’s side. I’ll summarize our findings:

    -Make sure to give him wide open clearance space in front. We started with him in a 4′ wide hallway that our Eufy had no problem with, but Robert couldn’t find his way around.
    – For some reason, Robert won’t save a map after he runs. This means that if you start a new job, it’s like he’s learning your house from scratch again. If you want him to be smart, you have to set him out on a “Smart Map” run, which is just like a normal run except with no suctioning. There, he’ll go around your house like a blind idiot bumping into things and eventually come out with a cool map that you can divide up into rooms and he’ll follow from then on. But why this requires a separate run and can’t be saved after a regular run I don’t know.
    – Speaking of the Smart Map run, this may take you 3-4 (or 8) times before you get it. Because he wanders around like a more basic, unintelligent robovac during the smart run, it means he misses a lot, gets stuck a lot, and generally causes you frustration. Each smart run will return a map of what he covered, and if you’re like us, he’ll often miss entire rooms or sections of the house. We had to run it several times before he came back with an adequate coverage map. And I say adequate because it only loosely resembles our actual floor plan, but it’s close enough. Oh, and make sure to pick up everything off your floor – slippers and cat toys will screw him up.
    – Once you get a map you’re happy with though, the app is pretty neat in how it lets you draw rooms. He’ll suggest rooms for you too, but those didn’t make any sense. It’s a little quirky drawing lines in the app to section off your house (e.g. sometimes lines go all the way across your house, sometimes they’ll stop at a room), but the experience is cool and rewarding.
    – Once you have your smart map drawn, then the cool part happens: you can create a bunch of different schedules to vacuum different parts of your house. For example, our entryway gets vacuumed every day because of foot traffic, but the bedrooms only need 3 times a week. This feature alone is a HUGE benefit and way cooler than our previous Eufy 11s Robovac. Almost worth the cost of the device itself.
    – Once you have your map, the vacuum experience is pretty good. He’ll follow your map but still bump into a lot of stuff (I assume the “edges” of the objects he mapped are pretty fuzzy). It is cool to see him go down a straight line, bump into the wall, and turn around down another straight line. Gives you a feeling of pride that you trained him well. The suction power is good too – picks up all the litter my 4 cats leave scattered around – better than the Eufy. And it’s neat to watch him stop in the middle of job, go to the bathroom (or go for a battery charge) and then come right back where he left off.
    – Keep in mind this is all relative. He still moves like a half-blind old dog. Bumps into things. Stops and stands still for 30 seconds at a time like he’s lost. Spins around in circles going nowhere. He gets stuck on weird things – will chirp at me that he’s stuck on a cliff when he can’t find his way off of a thick rug. Bumps into or rolls over everything you left on the floor. But like an old dog, he mostly knows his way around and can make it back to his bed and take a dump by himself.
    – Speaking of… you’ve heard other reviewers say he’s pretty loud when he goes to the toilet. But you don’t understand. When I say loud, I mean LOUD. Like a jet engine in your house going off for 20 seconds. And sometimes one flush isn’t enough. I’ll regularly hear 3 jet engines taking off in a row. During his normal vacuum run he’s not exactly quiet either – much louder than my Eufy and too loud to hold a conversation near. Like a normal upright vacuum.
    – The app is really nice to use. Friendly, designed well, drawing maps and scheduling jobs is easy. Get lots of notifications on Robert’s status (successful job, stuck, problems with the toilet, etc) which is neat. Robert likes to talk. Probably the highlight of the product. I also really like that you can specify if you want him to cover a room twice instead of once, for when you’re extra dirty.

    All that said, there are still bugs:
    – Since day 1, Robert tells me that the dust bag is full nearly every day. Which is a lie. Robert is a liar. Not only is that impossible after one day, but it forces me to go check the bag and I can visually see it’s still mostly empty. Usually this just means taking the bag out and putting it right back in, which thankfully is easy, but required because he won’t clear that error until you do.
    – I’ve also gotten a few complaints that the pipes are clogged. I know Robert takes big dumps, but this is a lie too. Unclogging involves getting out a screw driver and taking the base apart. Three times I’ve done this and each time there was absolutely nothing in the pipes. I don’t know what that’s about.

    Overall: I think this is a very nice upgrade over the Eufy 11s. We genuinely feel like we don’t need to vacuum as much, which we didn’t always feel with the Eufy. Works greats on litter and cat hair on bare floors – carpets are iffy. Robert can be a pain sometimes but at least he makes the experience fun, just like an old pet.

    The promise of a hands-off experience though doesn’t get met – I have to help Robert along almost daily. DEFINITELY not worth $500-600, but if you can get it on a black Friday-like sale, then go for it.

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  3. TJ

    Bought this Roomba as a gift for my mom, which she always wanted. Came in a big box with the robot itself, the self emptying/charging station and 2 replacement bags.
    Setting it up was extremely straightforward when using the iRobot app on the phone. The set up was very smooth with no issues at all. The robot came with low on charge right out of the box which I think is a requirement when shipping due to safety reasons.
    After the app set up we gave it a bit of time to charge and proceeded with the Smart Map set up. Without vacuuming it mapped out the whole floor plan of the house and using the app we set different boundaries and named all the rooms accordingly. The whole Smart Map mapping took about an hour while it learned how to avoid obstacles like tables/chairs, etc.
    Set up automated schedule from Monday to Friday and then did a little test by using “Hey Siri” function on an iPhone and the robot went to clean. It also sends a notification to your phone when it is successful. I’m also assuming it will notify you via a notification when it is stuck. Though it goes over carpet like a champ and should not get stuck anywhere.
    It is fairly quiet while its vacuuming. The only loud part, as expected was when it self emptied itself. I would not recommend setting a schedule for overnight because it will definitely wake everyone up when it empties itself.
    For the price I would recommend this product.

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  4. Avery

    The iRobot i3+ EVO exceeded my expectations in terms of efficiency and convenience. While the price point may be considered high, this robot vacuum is well worth it (Though I would recommend buying it when it goes on sale in the $500-$599 range) Once the robot maps out the area, the app interface is intuitive and easy to select specific rooms to clean or create personalized cleaning favourites. Regarding performance: it cleans fur and hair pretty good, although probably performs best cleaning up dust, crumbs, and other small debris. Suction is actually better than I had anticipated (I previously read mixed reviews, some of which said suction was relatively poor, even for its size) however, I was surprised by its power for its relatively small size. It’s also surprisingly quiet, allowing it to vacuum other rooms while your having a conversation or watching TV in another.

    What I loved most about this iRobot is the rubber brush-rolls that require minimal maintenance; a brief check every two weeks or so is all that’s required. The convenience of being able to check the robot’s status and progress through the app is a great bonus, making it easy to keep tabs on cleaning schedules and alerts.

    Overall, the iRobot i3+ EVO is an excellent investment for those looking to upgrade their cleaning routine, streamline household tasks and embrace the convenience of modern technology.

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  5. William

    Good device, suction is not very strong, but enough for a good weekly cleaning. I wipe after and I don’t see any dirt. Mapping easy to do.
    The only “problem” is the noise to empty it at the end of the task. (every time). Other than that, excellent buy. I compared it with the +j7 model before buying it (almost double the price) and the only difference between them is the cleaning of a specific area (this model only cleans rooms). I didn’t think it was worth paying more CAD500 for this function.

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  6. Amazon Customer

    We moved into a new house with a large open space and I really did not want to have to vacuum all the time, especially since we have three cats. The Roomba is perfect for maintenance. If you are looking for a spotless floor every time, this is not for you. If you are looking for something to help you have a decently clean house until you can actually vacuum, then this is perfect.

    Pros:
    -Like I mentioned, very helpful in vacuuming the day to day dirt, litter, hair, that accumulates just by living. Without it, these would just grow into a dirty floor that I would have to manually vacuum myself.
    -I prefer to not schedule the Roomba since I like to pick up cat toys, move small furniture, etc. before starting it up. But it does have a schedule feature, which I suppose is nice for those who prefer that.
    -I specifically bought this model because the home base empties the bin every time the Roomba docks. I did not want the one that you have to empty the bin yourself.
    -The mapping feature kind of works. I don’t want the Roomba to go into the bedrooms, so the fact that I can just tell it to do the main area or the kitchen (or both) is helpful.
    -Cat entertainment. My cats love to watch it lol.

    Cons:
    -Not for deep cleaning. Even after going through the entire area, I still find small amount of cat litter or just small spots where the Roomba missed. Not the end of the world, but worth noting.
    -Unless you have a mapped area, it just kind of wanders around until it dies or fills up the canister. The “vacuum everywhere” option seems cool, but it is kind of inconsistent with where it will go.
    -Hooking it up to wifi took a few tries, but eventually worked.
    -Sometimes it has a hard time emptying the bin. You need to manually remove debris, which is to be expected.

    Things of note:
    -Not a con, but when the bin is being emptied, it is LOUD. Please understand how loud it is before vacuuming or you will be frightened when it happens.

    Overall, I would buy again. For those who complain, you just need to understand what you’re buying first. It’s a lost little vacuum butler that kind of helps.

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  7. Bekah

    Photo: Rug before and after 2 months of owning a roomba.

    I originally bought this because my roomates don’t clean very frequently and during the winter having salt come in and stain our rugs wasn’t great. Just walking downstairs after vacuuming and you still feel crumbs or salt on your feet isn’t fun.

    I scheduled it daily for one run in the morning as the dust bin is very loud and rather only run it once a day if I can help it so it doesn’t annoying anyone. Then occasionally run it to a certain area or room if it needs the attention. That’s the main benefit of this roomba. You can send it to certain areas of the house without having to touch it. Most of the time it’s effective, sometimes it does fail and returns to its base or it’ll clean some of the area and a bit of a different area, but you can just keep running it and it’ll eventually do it. But IT KEEPS MY HOUSE FLOOR CLEANER THAN ITS EVER BEEN if that’s what you need to hear lol.

    A lot of people underestimate YOU HAVE TO CLEAN IT. Which is fine for me but I’ve seen Roombas neglected and that ultimately decreases it’s life span. I recommend checking the rubber brushes every week and rinsing out ur dust Bin as well (without the filter inside) every week but look at the manual.

    I’d also suggest clearing your floor and allowing access to under as much furniture as possible. Otherwise dust and dirt might build up which will have an impact on the overall cleanliness of your space in time.

    The SUCTION/SOUND is really good. Just make sure to keep the changing the filter every two months. It’s better than out bissell aero swift vacuum. It made our rugs look new! If it’s on carpet and it’s upstairs above you, you might be able to hear it pretty loudly cause it kinda digs at the carpet in a way but in general it isn’t louder than a traditional vacuum. The docking bin is very loud when the roomba is done the job. Probably just a bit louder than a normal vacuum but only lasts 5-10 seconds.

    THE PRICE. I bought mine used off Amazon and I was lucky enough to get it basically unopened. I personally can’t justify buying this for $700+. Buy the I7, J7 or s9 for that price. In fact I ended up buying the J7 afterwards used for a really good deal because I liked the I3 that much and the extra features really make it worth it. Regardless I’ve been extremely happy with the I3 and can’t recommend it enough. It has a few flaws but nothing that annoyed me. If you have the money I’d get it.

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