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iRobot Roomba 675 Robot Vacuum Cleaner Review

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Written by zeeshan

Welcome to vacuum Wars today I’m testing and reviewing one of AI robots best-selling robot vacuums the Roomba 675 we put it through all of our usual tests and this video will show all the good stuff and the bad stuff so links in the description for current prices and let’s get started the Roomba 675 is one of AI robots entry-level robot vacuums but it’s also one of their best-selling models in fact it was their best-selling robot vacuum on Amazon during the cyber monday say last year and it consistently ranks in the top charts on Amazon it’s not quite I robots cheapest robot vacuum the 614 is their cheapest but the 614 is very similar to the 675 with the difference being that the 675 has Wi-Fi and app capability and everything that comes with that I should also mention that the 675 is basically the same robot as the now-discontinued 690 as well as the 670 which is basically just a different color with different accessories starting off with the pros subscribers of this channel will know that I love Roombas because they are essentially unequaled in their ability to deep clean carpets which is due to their patented dual brush roll system and in our deep clean test where we embed sand into medium pile carpet and then weigh the bins before and after a 5-minute run the room is 675 scored and 83 which is higher than robot vacuums.


iRobot Roomba 675 Robot Vacuum Cleaner

Three and even four times its price another Pro is that while the Roomba 675 is what I call a random robot vacuum meaning that it more or less randomly bounces around to clean your home its algorithm is pretty sophisticated and it nearly perfectly covered our two test rooms in about 30 minutes each which is pretty good especially for robots in this price range it was also good at getting under tables and around chair legs it could get under furniture fairly well at 3.7 inches tall it climbed our 3/4 inch board with ease and had no noticeable issues with rugs or bath mats it was really good with pickup on carpets and hard floors picking up all types and sizes of debris from fine to extra-large though I do have some things to nitpick about this when we get to the cons section its ability to resist hair tangles was about average I saw no tangles at one gram of 5 inch hair and minimal tangles about 30% with 7 inch long hair like the 690 and the 614 675 has dirt-detect which is basically a sensor which can tell if it’s going over a particularly dirty area and if it is it kind of circles around that area a few times I noticed this a lot more with a 675 that I have with other Roombas I’m not sure if it’s more sensitive with these newer models or what all in all though I think this is a really good thing in the real world especially for carpets though it did kind of throw off some of my tests where there was a lot of debris but it wasn’t a big deal the final pro and the thing that separates it from the 614 is the Wi-Fi and app capability I personally really like to be able to start and stop the robot from the app check the battery life and status get notifications if it’s stuck or whatever and of course to schedule cleanings which is a really important part the Wi-Fi also gives it the ability to be used with Amazon Alexa or Google assistant before we get to the negative stuff I wanted to mention a couple things that are just kind of neutral the battery life at ninety minutes per charge and a two hour recharge time and the bin size at 300 milliliters are not great numbers but they’re not exactly bad numbers either so I would say they’re about average for this price range as far as the cons the main thing is that these cheaper rumors like the 675 are a little bit below average for hard floor cleaning don’t get me wrong they are decent and the 675 did clear the test area of all debris by the end of its run in all of our hard floor tests but it did take a few more passes than usual especially for heavier debris like sand the main reason it’s not as good with hard floors is that it doesn’t have a lot of air flow we measured its airflow at 9 CFM which was actually more than I got from the older 690 but it’s still a bit lower than average and thus not as good with hard floors as it is with carpets where the dual brushes which don’t require much airflow to clean carpets do all the work I also feel like the side brush was a bit aggressive sometimes scattering the piles of debris in our tests again it’s not going to be as bad in the real world where there isn’t this much debris to scatter but there is some crossover all in all though I couldn’t find too much to complain about with the 675 iRobot makes really solid robot vacuums that last a long time and are still the best in the business at carpet cleaning in my opinion.

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