Robot vacuums have come a long way in the last 20 years. And while they are not quite ready to move out of the home and enslave humanity, the iRobot Roomba S9+ is one step closer to taking care of itself. As the latest connected robot-vacuum to hit the market, it comes with a range of new features, including one that allows it to tag team cleaning duties with its brother, the Braava Jet M6 mopping robot. The best part of the S9+ ability to empty itself once it’s vacuum bin is full.
The iRobot Roomba S9+ comes in two models. One with the Automatic Dirt Disposal feature, that makes you not as useful, as shown. And one without. For the extra $150 CAD, it really is a life-changing feature worth upgrading to. The automatic dirt disposal docking station uses vacuum-style bags that are good for up to 30 loads. That means your Roomba could vacuum every day, completely fill itself on each mission, and automatically empty itself for an entire month without your help.
The iRobot Roomba S9+ also features the company’s most advanced design yet, with a broader brush head that helps it cover more surface area with each pass. It also features the company’s most powerful suction yet, leaving less dirt on the ground. This new design also comes with a new side brush that can reach more deeply into corners, allowing it to pick up more than ever before. Add to that its VSLAM technology, which completely maps our your home, and you’ve got a serious weapon against dirt. Because of this advanced mapping, you can now send the Roomba S9+ to where the dirt is, instead of vacuuming the whole house.
If you’re looking for the most advanced dirt busting robot vacuum, it’s tough to beat the iRobot Roomba S9+ with the Automatic Dirt Disposal dock. But it will set you back $1399 CAD.
So, yes, the iRobot Roomba S9+ is making you increasingly obsolete. But that’s not necessarily a bad thing. What do you think of the iRobot Roomba S9+? Let us know in the comments below!