iRobot Roombas: Comparison Chart & Overview

Roomba i7

The iRobot Roomba family of smart vacuums has been around for quite some time, and each successive generation has introduced a number of new and useful features. Each upgrade also comes with notable increases in performance as well as smarter control, and the company has made leaps and bounds in both utility and convenience from their first few models all the way to high-end offerings like the i7.

For a quick and simple answer to the differences between the models, jump on down to our comparison chart of iRobot Roomba 675 vs. 690 vs. 880 vs. 960 vs. 980 vs. e5 vs. i7 vs. s9. Or, if you’d like to learn more about the Roomba product family as a whole and whether they’re worth the buy, however, take a look at the sections below.

iRobot Roomba e5 vs. e6

iRobot Roomba e5 vs. e6

Wake up to freshly swept floors with the iRobot Roomba!

Having a Roomba in your home is a great way to both keep your floors clean, as well as your pets entertained.

Not only the Roomba vacuums clean your hardwood floors and carpets diligently, but they also come with in-built dirt sensors, voice control technology with Google and Alexa, coverage maps and more, ensuring that the important areas are tackled first.

Additionally, through the iRobot Home app you can also schedule cleanings that allow you to arrive home to freshly cleaned floors after a long hard day at work.

Today we’ll be looking at both iRobot Roomba e5 and e6 to see which best fits in your home, here is the fact though, they are both almost identical! So read on to see where the difference lies.

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iRobot Roomba e5 vs. i7+

iRobot Roomba e5 vs i7+

If you’re looking for the best that the iRobot line of smart vacuums has to offer, the Roomba i7+ is the best around. It’s incredibly expensive, but it includes a self-cleaning dust bin base that can empty the dustbin from the vacuum on its own, and you can also use it up to 30 times before it needs to be emptied. Imagine only having to worry about dealing with your vacuum once a month!

The main benefits of the Roomba i7+ are the fact that it can remember your home’s floor plan and empty itself between runs. The Roomba e5 has a few less features, but it’s much less affordable which makes it a competitive offering for those of us who are buying on a budget. It won’t keep up with the awesome features of the 7+, but it’s still jam packed with perks such as the smart app and voice control.

Is the i7+ worth the extra cash? We certainly think so, but you should read on below for a detailed comparison of the Roomba e5 vs. Roomba i7+ in order to figure out which is best for your own needs. Feel free to jump right in, or head to a specific section that interests you using the navigation bar below.