This machine maps your home to know when to mop hard floors and vacuum carpeted ones.
-Has a mopping pad that lifts when it recognizes carpet
-Uses LiDAR Navigation to create accurate floor maps
-Works with the Roborock app and voice assistants
-Has a small 470-milliliter dustbin
-Costs more than other types of vacuums
Built like an upright vacuum, this model is strong and portable enough to tackle every floor surface around your home.
-Can store the numerous attachments onboard
-Features a dustbin that’s both large and easy to empty
-Has a wide 13.5-inch cleaning path
-Doesn’t offer swivel steering
-Has a bulky build that can be difficult to move around corners
You can detach the body of this vacuum from its stick-like frame to turn it into a handheld cleaning device.
-Includes a crevice tool for furniture and a floor nozzle for stairs
-Works on countertops, hard floors, rugs, and carpets
-Weighs three pounds for easy handling
-Doesn’t offer a motorized brush to reach deeply embedded debris
-Has a fairly short 15-foot power cord
For deep cleaning, this canister vacuum uses a two-motor system and spinning brush to target deeply embedded hair, dirt, and other debris.
-Uses a nub on the underside of the canister to grip to stairs
-Has a 26-foot retractable power cord
-Features two wheels and a handle
-Weighs 22 pounds, which is heavier than other types of vacuums
-Made in China
Without the hassle of a cord, this vacuum tackles hard-to-reach areas for up to 40 minutes.
-Has a large 1.2-liter dustbin capacity for a portable vacuum
-Uses a five-stage filtration system to captures 99.99% of fine particles
-Swivels 180 degrees side to side and 90 degrees up and down
-Not designed for whole-house cleaning
-Lasts for only 40 minutes before needing a recharge