Another Roomba Discovery Robot Review

Posted: Aug 11 2004, 1:30am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:47pm CDT, in News | Technology News

Another Roomba Discovery Robot Review
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The new site EverydayRobots has published an in-depth review of the iRobot's Roomba Discovery robotic vacuum ($249.99 on

"It works, and it works well! Discovery gets floors very clean, even medium pile carpets. In fact, our carpets are so clean that I don't feel a need to do deep vacuuming with the Hoover upright (and I'm a clean-freak). Roomba can get under most furniture-places many of us rarely clean. Thanks to its excellent cleaning and ability to get most anywhere, your house may be cleaner than it's ever been.

Battery life is excellent and should make it through a two to three bedroom house on a charge. Since it recharges in only three hours, it's ready to go in a short period of time. Dirt Detector is a marvel: it's fantastic to find this feature on an affordable unit and it really works. Unlike the average 12 amp upright vac which is noisy as all heck and can trip the 15 amp breakers commonly used in homes, the Roomba is not loud and you won't have to shut off other appliances, TVs or computers before vacuuming."
Read the full review.

See also the Time Magazine Review of the iRobot Roomba Discovery we reported about.

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