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Ive had a few older models and now currently own the i7+. I would give it a "needs to improve"
On hard surfaces it's side brush will fling anything solid, most of the time into the area it has already cleaned.
On occasion, it can be on it's base for hours or days in a room that no one ever even enters and it will make some obnoxious chime sound once a minute NON STOP until human interaction. Error chime in the user manual it states that it lost connection with the base and I'm instructed to clean the charging connections. I do, every time and also clean the lenses. It wouldn't be so bad if it would just alert me on my app instead, or better yet do it when I'm awake.
This one does not include the vacuum base like I have but the base is priceless! The base sounds like a jet engine when it does it's thing and the software seems immature at best. i7 will vacuum then return to its base to empty, then go vacuum again for 2 minutes or less then return to it's base to empty again and then remain there to charge for an hour or so.
A status or progress indication for when it will complete it's job would be nice, it gives you no indication of how much longer it will be vacuuming, only notifies you when it is complete.
LIDAR navigation is far superior to the up-skirt cam for this reason which i didn't think of initially. With the up-skirt cam that the Roomba uses you have to keep the lights on in low lit areas because if it gets confused on where it is at because of poor lighting it will go directly to it's base and give "localization problem" or "path blocked" error even though it could do other areas that are naturally lit.
10 of my last 30 cleanings failed, once it fails it has to start over even though it will show me where it has done already it isn't smart enough to only vac the area it didn't get.
Why can't they just add a headlight or infrared lights that turns on in low lit areas.
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There are at least 3 robot vacuums superior to the i7 for a lot less. I highly suggest checking out vacuum wars on YouTube. He has amazing quality tests on these.
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I have several setup via the app? They're called "keepout zones"

https://homesupport.irobot.com/ap...t-zones%3F
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Amazon and Walmart have the i7+ for $769.99
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I would have been all over it but turns out that there is no way to setup no-go zones on the Roomba app!! Seems really crazy that Roomba will let itself be outcompeted like this by the likes of Roborock
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I would have been all over it but turns out that there is no way to setup no-go zones on the Roomba app!! Seems really crazy that Roomba will let itself be outcompeted like this by the likes of Roborock
Major Chinese electronics companies are no joke any more. Starting to get to the level of their Korean and Japanese counterparts.
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I would have been all over it but turns out that there is no way to setup no-go zones on the Roomba app!! Seems really crazy that Roomba will let itself be outcompeted like this by the likes of Roborock
All you have to do is move the walls in the space planning part of the app to carve out 'rooms'. Then don't ask it to clean those rooms. If you want a vacuum that roams around aimlessly to all rooms then there are much cheaper options.
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Is this vacuum worth it? Should I wait for Black Friday?
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lowest price since it was released

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...0DER&psc=1
I got it for $479 at Lowe's a few months ago
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I would have been all over it but turns out that there is no way to setup no-go zones on the Roomba app!! Seems really crazy that Roomba will let itself be outcompeted like this by the likes of Roborock
I have several setup via the app? They're called "keepout zones"

https://homesupport.irobot.com/ap...t-zones%3F
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I have several setup via the app? They're called "keepout zones"

https://homesupport.irobot.com/ap...t-zones%3F
But, but they don't use the words "no-go zones"
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I've had three of the Neato xv21 series (good cleaning design, bad with battery destruction), the Roomba 960 (quieter, tiny trash bin, gets stuck on the top of my stairs every time), and now the Xioami S5. The Xiaomi is the best for not getting stuck, best clean, low noise. I won't connect the Xioami to my WiFi because it's got spyware like a cancer, but it does a good job.

Anyways I'd only buy another Roomba if it came with the extra trash storage and didn't get stuck on that piece of wood every damn time.
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There are at least 3 robot vacuums superior to the i7 for a lot less. I highly suggest checking out vacuum wars on YouTube. He has amazing quality tests on these.
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Damn, hope roborock is paying a lot for all this shilling from these low shill accts
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Damn, hope roborock is paying a lot for all this shilling from these low shill accts
You a irobot fan boy? Coz people are just sharing their experiences. I would rather spend $330 on roborock which can do a lot more than these expensive showcase only irobot.

Buy roborock with a credit card that provides extended warranty and you are covered for 2 years easily. I sold off my i7 after getting the S5, plain & simple. There is a reason why LIDAR is better.
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Is this vacuum worth it? Should I wait for Black Friday?
Not worth it, in my opinion. I have one. It cleans fine but software is very basic considering what you pay. In other words, its not bad but I imagine that competitors are probably are just as good (or better) while costing less.
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