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iRobot Roomba 890 Vacuum Cleaning Robot

Pros: Dual HEPA filters make it a top choice for those with pets or allergies. Tangle-free extractors eliminate 90% of standard maintenance.

Cons: May fail to pick up larger objects such as tissues.

Summary: We struggle to find significant faults or flaws with this unit. It's a bit pricey, but it performs better than anything else on the market today.
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iTouchless UV-C Sterilizer Bagless Robotic Vacuum ...

Pros: Earns top ratings for its ability to effectively clean under furniture and in tight spaces.

Cons: Doesn't seem to work well on carpeted surfaces.

Summary: Some satisfied owners are happy with this product, but many others expect better results and quality for the price.
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P3 P4960 V-Bot Robotic Vacuum Cleaner

Pros: Customers rave about the three preprogrammed modes: random, spiral, and along the wall.

Cons: The filter fills up very quickly, requiring routine cleaning for optimal performance.

Summary: This unit is far from perfect, but it vacuums well and can be a great bargain for the budget-conscious consumer.
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Infinuvo Hovo 700 Robotic Vacuum Cleaner

Pros: Separates itself from competitors with its ability to vacuum, sweep, and sanitize at once.

Cons: Can easily get stuck because it doesn't map out rooms, unlike some higher-end models.

Summary: Costs half as much as its more expensive counterparts, which is apparent in its lack of features. However, it does a good job of basic vacuuming.
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Neato XV-21 Pet & Allergy Automatic Vacuum Cleaner

Pros: Garners praise for its ultra-powerful cleaning system and automatically scheduled cleanings.

Cons: A few units suffer from battery or navigation system failures.

Summary: Despite a few apparent glitches with some models, most users appreciate this vacuum's excellent cleaning capabilities and durability.