New Roomba i7+ Robot Vacuum Automatically Empties Its Waste

New Roomba Robot Vacuum Automatically Empties Waste

One of the main drawbacks of a robotic vacuum cleaner is that you need to empty the waste bin at the end of a vacuum cycle or even worse halfway through. Now robot vacuum manufacturer iRobot has unveiled a new vacuum that is capable of automatically emptying its dust collector. The Roomba i7+ is priced at $949 end comes with a docking station that is capable of holding up to 30 waste collections automatically.

The new iRobot Roomba i7+ is now available to preorder and will start shipping in a few days time on September 12th, 2018. As well as automatically entering its test collector the robot vacuum cleaner can also be controlled using the companion smartphone application.

“The Roomba i7+ Robot Vacuum with Clean Base Automatic Dirt Disposal takes convenience to a new level – automatically emptying into an enclosed, disposable bag that holds 30 robot bins, so you don’t have to think about vacuuming for weeks at a time. The premium 3-Stage Cleaning System uses Dual Multi-Surface Rubber Brushes and 10X suction to clean different floor surfaces throughout your home.”

“The i7+ robot learns, maps and adapts to your home using Imprint Smart Mapping technology, letting you control which rooms are cleaned and when. Wherever you are, you can control when, where, and how your robot cleans from the iRobot HOME App for a truly customised clean.”

For more details follow the iRobot Link below.

Source: iRbt

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