iRobot’s New Dock Empties the Roomba So You Don’t Have To
A clean home can really lift your mood in a unique way, but the hardest part of cleaning is actually keeping things clean. Anyone can huff and puff and find a few hours on a weekend to vacuum — but it takes something special to keep you from having to do any of that. iRobot had this in mind when they designed the latest Roomba® i7+ with Automatic Dirt Disposal, which enables the Roomba to automatically dispose of its waste. Here’s how this upgrade works: After the Roomba does its robot vacuum magic to clean your home as usual, you don’t have to empty its bin. Instead, it automatically attaches itself to a docking station that collects its waste and can hold up to 30 bins-worth of dirt, dust, and hair. The goal? To let you forget about cleaning for weeks at a time. The return on this investment is clear: Your house stays clean and your time stays yours — no more dreading the weekend vacuuming chore. Of course, you also get the latest iRobot tech with this Roomba edition. It learns the layout of your home, remembers how to differentiate between your rooms, and determines the best way to clean each one. If you want to, you can even schedule different rooms to be cleaned at different times using iRobot’s app. And finally, as you probably expect by now, the Roomba is fully controllable through smart assistant devices. This spring, consider investing in something that can actually improve your mood every time you come home — and then forget about it — with iRobot’s Roomba and Clean Base.
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