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The Roomba 960 Vacuum Cleaning Robot seamlessly navigates room to room to clean an entire level of your home, recharging and resuming until the job is done. Featuring the revolutionary AeroForce Cleaning System, Roomba 960 delivers up to 5x the air power and requires less maintenance. Just press CLEAN or schedule Roomba on the go with the iRobot HOME App. Powered by a lithium ion battery.

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Newest Update : Jan 2018***, here:I still love this thing and have no regrets. Often "you get what you pay for" and a lot of times, you don't. In this case, I feel like I've gotten my money's worth even after a year+. Acquired a new puppy in October this past Fall and I'm finding this to be FAR more useful at this point. I'm running it about every other day, mainly in my kitchen and living space and I'm still amazed at how full that bin gets EVERY time it runs. I ran it the day after my cleaner vacuumed and damp mopped my floors and it STILL came back full after doing my whole place. (In my reviews below, I noted I have a very conscientious cleaning person and a top of the line Oreck vacuum.). So in the end, I haven't felt the need to spend the extra on the 980, and I'm finding this unit to be reliable and very efficient at doing what it's supposed to do. I can also say "Alexa, Tell Roomba to Clean" or "Tell Roomba to Go Home" and it follows my instructions... that's kinda cool, but what's more important is that this thing cleans well without wasting time and without breaking - in my own experience. What else matters?New Update Posted January 2017***After a few months, I like this as much as when I originally reviewed it, maybe more. It stuns me how much this little guy picks up every time he runs. It continues to pick up everything on the surface of my 1/2 carpet, 1/2 hardwood single story 3BR place. It runs, and continues to run for the advertised 70-80 minutes before it heads back to recharge. Then it picks up where it left off and finishes the job. Point is, after 60-70 minutes, the bin is almost ALWAYS full, so getting the upgraded battery in the 980 doesn't seem necessary.One thing that impresses me also is it's ability to ALWAYS find it's home and it very rarely gets hung up. However, it can only find its home if it starts and runs uninterrupted - not moved manually for any reason. In that case, it loses it's way. It gets hung up occasionally on my bathroom mats, on the corners - but rarely. I'd say 1 in 8 times it runs, maybe less. Once in a while, it wedges itself under one side of my sofa, but again almost never. I can forgive the occasional mishap. One thing that REALLY impresses me is that I have back to back doors in my hall bathroom and the bedroom. If I leave both doors at a 45 degree angle, it figures out to do both rooms and to simply navigate around the doors - it's pretty amazing, in my opinion.A few lessons I've learned. The app is actually fine, it's completely functional. It's a vacuum cleaner, not a game. I like the reminders to do the maintenance on it, which is super-simple and a necessary activity everyone should perform. It's just clearing the hair out of the rollers, etc. Nothing is terribly complicated and the pictures in the app are perfect to help. Also, since my place takes about two full cycles to clean the entire floor, then I usually just start it in the middle of the home, the one one day, I'll put the lighthouse/virtual wall on one side, and the next day, I'll put it on the other side - and it works perfectly, taking about 1 full battery cycle and filling the bin. I find this to be a simple activity and I probably run it about 4 times a week, total - so it cleans the place twice in a week.I have a really good Oreck vacuum and a hired cleaner every two weeks, so the carpets and floors get a deep cleaning on that interval... And I'm STILL always just amazed at how much the Roomba still comes back with, even a day after the cleaner is here. So, if you can afford the luxury of a robot vacuum, I think this is probably one of the best buys out there - and certainly one of the most entertaining since it's not always just bumping into things in a circle - it continues to be "smart" and to navigate in a very intentional manner, which still impresses me.Original Fall 2016 Review***I am really quite smitten with this little guy. I actually purchased an 880 on sale "used from Amazon Warehouse." It seemed like a good deal, but then it wasn't such a deal when I realized the debris door hinge was broken on arrival!!! Regardless, I figured I'd see how well it can work. I had a 1st generation roomba many years ago and it was basically an okay floor sweeper, hardly a real vacuum. Well, the 880 was pretty impressive in both cleaning power as well as improved navigation. I must have filled that debris container up about 6 times in my 1,300 ft2 apartment when it arrived. I was amazed at how much it actually got up and although it doesn't "deep clean" anything per se, it does a really, really fantastic job of getting the surface of everything, including carpets, clean.Here's the issue with the 880 - since it was broken on arrival - I figured, why not try the 960? Should be same guts and I didn't see the extra $200 clams worth the price for the 980 for my purposes. I think I was right - the 960 cleans just as well as the 880, but of course it's FAR more intelligent!!! The 880 kinda bugged me - I have a 3BR/2BA apartment with a utility room - small, but I'm a single guy with a few dogs that don't shed too much. The 880 was a little "too random" for my tastes and often went through the same room twice while neglecting another room altogether before it would just head home for a recharge - NOT finishing the job I asked it to do.The 960 is COMPLETELY different. It actually figures out the layout pretty darn well. It's a little random at times, but to see it INTENTIONALLY head out of one room, go down the hall, and then hit the Kitchen is truly inspiring to me. Yep, it's actually doing some basic thinking here - nothing magic, just better software and a camera to help it map where it's been and how to get home. When the bin is full or the battery runs down, it literally takes about the shortest path back to home base and pops right back into it's charger - then it picks up, literally, where it left off. The 880 sometimes roamed aimlessly, looking for the charger which wasn't in a prominent, main room. Sometimes, the 800 would just run out of juice on it's way meandering to it's charger. I have the 960's charger under a desk in my office and it simply finds its way right back without a second thought.If you can get the 880 for $500, and the 960 is $700, is it worth it? Up to you. For me, with the complexities of my apartment here - and to ensure it actually does the job , finishes it, and gets all the nooks and crannies that Roombas do - I think the 960 is a worthy update. The app is okay - I like it better than no app and find it entirely useful. If you're like me, with a 1-level place that's sizable enough to make you not want to pull out the full-size vacuum often enough, then this could be a little dream come true.On a side note, I also considered the Dyson - but reading the reviews it seems like the 900 series was gonna be a bit smarter... And I will say, the 960 truly does seem a heck of a lot smarter than anything I've seen in our emerging tech world. It may not be a driverless car, but it ain't bad for the money. I've had this for about 2 weeks and I'll be sticking with this one - and will send an update if anything comes up in the next month or so.
D. Smith - October 31, 2016
Where do I start??? Roomba might be my favorite purchase in a very long time. I was a non believer for so long and took a very big gamble, and it's basically changed my life! I was literally at my wits end with dog hair, crumbs from toddler and sloppy husband. I was optimistic on the hardwood floors and tile but very pleasantly surprised at its performance on area rugs and carpet. In emptying bin, which is definitely on the small side given its small profile, see a lot of hair and debris. Since it's arrival it's run almost everyday. I cry tears of joy when I come home to clean floors. It's awesome not having to spend so much time vacuuming before company comes over. I set it and then proceed to dust, clean and straighten. Such a time saver! It's not perfect but pretty close! Just regret taking so long to make the investment, which it is definitely.ProsDog hair goneNo crumbsMore likely to allow family to stay in houseDoes good job on edgesGets under some furnitureNice appGreat on hardwood floors and rugsHasn't fallen down stairs.Can move to different floor and clean.ConsLarger than expectedSmall bin which I understand since it can't be huge. There is option to continue cleaning even if bin full.Battery life ok. Runs for about 75 mins hardwood, 30ish rugs. So goes back to charger to charge before finishing.Don't hesitate, its such a time saver and a must for anyone with family or dogs!!!
Shell - March 13, 2017
I've enjoyed several generations of Roombas, and each one has been a greatly appreciated luxury. I have always been impressed with their ever-improving functionality (trustworthy obstacle and terrain navigation, reliable parts, proficient vacuum performance) and accepting of their necessary physical limitations (small bin size, limited battery life and motor power). Regular maintenance and a daily routine has always resulted in Roomba keeping the floors incredibly tidy in a household of long hair, a giant double-coated dog, and a medium-hair cat. It's a little thing, but coming home after a 12 hour day at work to freshly cleaned carpets restores an inordinate amount of sanity.When I upgraded to the Roomba 960 after having the Roomba 650, I was especially excited for the new navigation sensors, WiFi update capability and improved monitoring software. Those were key in my choice to go for the considerably more spendy model. Those features have offered exactly what I was hoping for. Roomba 960 navigates efficiently and has no problem with the usual household obstacles, picks up a bin full of dust and small hairs every day, from hard surfaces and carpet alike, which keeps the air noticeably clearer and makes a huge difference for those with allergies.Unfortunately, though I still want to remain a huge fan of iRobot products, I have been disappointed in the main feature of the Roomba 960 - vacuum results, specifically regarding pet hair cleanup. While the Roomba 650 handled long Bernese Mountain Dog fur with ease, the Roomba 960 balls it up and leaves it in unsightly clumps all over the floor. I suspect the change from brush roller to rubber rollers is the culprit. It just doesn't pick up the fur anymore. Exactly the opposite of the desired freshly-vacuumed look, it makes the room appear as if it hasn't been cleaned in weeks. Spontaneous evening guests after Roomba has made his rounds during the day? "Sorry! Excuse me while I awkwardly crawl around the room scooping up balls of fur. I swear it's not as bad as it looks, it was just vacuumed." Having a robot vacuum is a huge privilege, but when it exacerbates the exact problem I was trying to solve when I bought it, I feel pretty disappointed in my purchase.Adding together the usual high quality I expect from iRobot in navigation and robust hardware, and the surprising downgrade in vacuum results compared to the Roomba 650, I must give this Roomba 960 only three stars for now. I'll contact iRobot customer service with my experience and see what they say in response.
D.O. - July 9, 2017


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