There are a number of Roomba robot vacuums and mops; here’s our guide to picking the best one for you.
While it doesn’t have all the bells and whistles, the Neato D4 is a solid mid-range robot vacuum with fast mapping capabilities.
From bagless to stick to wet/dry models, these vacuum cleaners will help clean up all kinds of messes and spills.
The iRobot Roomba s9+ is the most expensive robot vacuum and disposal combo on the market. But it’s worth it.
The Shark IQ R101AE robot vacuum has a self-emptying bin and costs less than a comparable Roomba, but it’s not as good a cleaner.
The $249 iLife Shinebot W400 uses a microfiber brush roll and two water tanks to clean floors, but cleaning up after it is a chore itself.
The iRobot Braava jet 240 won't replace a traditional mop and bucket on really dirty floors, but it does keep floors clean and dust free in between deep cleanings.
The iRobot Roomba i7+ learns your home's layout and empties its own dustbin. It's super-cool, but this convenience comes at a price.
Though there are couple trade-offs, the Shark Ion Robot R85 is an excellent Wi-Fi-connected robot vacuum that combines good performance with an affordable price.