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Hello everyone,

I'm in the middle of a decision making right now. I wanted to get a robot vacuum (it has always been on my wishlist and now I can finally get one) and I'm torn between these two vacuums. I saw a post on robotvacuumarea.com/neato-vs-roomba/ about the two robots that I wanted to purchase. Which do you guys think should I go with? I'm pretty sure that website's opinion is accurate but still, I'd want to hear from the experts.
 

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Robot vacuum is a expensive cleaner. So, before buying you need to reasearch. Search online you will get so many guidline for choosing the best one.
 

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Roomba are one of the best known products as Robot vacuums. They also have innovated a lot since the launch. Don't go for Samsung as they always have received poor ratings in all of their models.
 

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Are you buying this to use in your own home? Or a cleaning customers??

I have cleaned many homes that also have a robot vacuum, and I have to say they don't seem very effective. In fact the home I cleaned yesterday has 2 of them. They use them almost every day, and in that case, they do work okay. They have one cat and one small dog, so hairiness is an issue. However, another house I clean has one and it does NOT get kitty litter well at all.
 

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Hi There, I've been using Roomba 650 for about a year now and so far so good. The noise level is minimal and it pretty catches pet hair very well. Sometimes I'm just having trouble connecting it to Alexa, but works most of the time. There are some other varieties you can check in Amazon, check this very informative review I just came across - thewiredshopper.com/best-robot-vacuums-to-buy
 

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Roomba are one of the best known products as Robot vacuums. They also have innovated a lot since the launch. Don't go for Samsung as they always have received poor ratings in all of their models.
I have Roomba and it's just perfect! Absolute favorite when you have hairy pets and big house. I bought it after consulting with the reliable source. It was definitely worth it. Besides, I've recently faced with the problem of cleaning my pool. My husband suggested we buy a robotic pool cleaner. Great decision was to consult with the same source. This article gave a very clear image of what perfect robotic pool cleaner should look like. There is everything you need to choose suitable product. We've bought Escape by Dolphin and I really adore that it has high-capacity debris cartridge, which I discovered is essential thing in these kind of devices. If you decide to buy robot pool cleaner, consult this article and you'll buy exactly what you need!
 

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I have Roborock S6 and I'm happy
You control exactly where you want the S6 to go, not go, by phone. Including selective room planning, zone cleaning and virtual zones and barriers. No additional devices.
When a carpet is sensed, S6 increases suction to maximum to give carpets a more thorough clean.
I recommend a good purchase
 

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And maybe you will be interested in Samsung Powerbot

It is also perfect for cleaning carpets. Several key construction details set it apart from the competition, for example, its ability to clean along the walls: it comes with a blind brush that extends down to sweep dirt only as it approaches the wall - an improvement over the side brushes, which are available all the time and can throw trash. When it comes to power, Samsung Powerbot is able to collect fine grains of sand and embedded pet hair from carpets.
 

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Maybe this one will be better.
Pet hair specialist -- imagine your floors without pet hair. Neato has a 70% larger brush than leading round robots, proven to remove more pet hair
What you get is complete vacuuming at the touch of a button.
Laser-guided mapping -- D7 technology intelligently navigates and maps your home, cleaning in straight lines instead of a random pattern -- for a better clean
Floor cleaning for carpets, hardwood, kitchen tiles -- equally powerful and effective on every surface. Dustbin Capacity - 0.7 liters. Battery Charge Time - Up to 150 minutes
Pet hair specialist -- imagine your floors without pet hair. Neato has a 70% larger brush than leading round robots, proven to remove more pet hair
 

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I will recommend iRobot Roomba 960 because it's pretty neat and the best robot vacuum nowadays. It has LDS laser mapping technology. It has wi-fi connection to connect and can control using an app. Roomba 960 can capture 99% of dirt in the room.
 

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Its hard to say which robot vacuum is best. But i have seen a lot new models of robot vacuums by Roomba. They are upgrading there robot vacuums so much. First you have to know your exact budget then look for the best that suits in that. If you have a good budget you can get a good robot vacuum with mapping feature. But in case you are no good robot vacuum is coming under you budget then you may wait or spend some extra penny to get a quality one.
 
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