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iRobot Roomba 650 vs 770 Best Price Review

What is the difference between the Roomba 650 and 770?  While similar in size and weight the 770 has additional features that include a HEPA filter system, remote control, long lasting battery, and full bin indicator.  See our side by side below and you decide. 

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iRobot Roomba 650 Vacuum Review iRobot Roomba 770 Vacuum Review

iRobot Roomba 650

For Pets

iRobot Roomba 770

For Pets and Allergies

Price

 

Retail: $399.99

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Retail: $499.99

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Specs

13.39" x 3.62" (Diameter x H)

Weight - 7.9 lbs.

13.9" x 3.6" (Diameter x H)

Weight - 8.4 lbs.

Battery

Rechargeable Battery

Rechargeable Battery

3 Hour Charge Time

Cleaning Features

Picks up Dirt, Pet Hair, and Other Debris

3 Stage Cleaning System - Spinning Side Brush Cleans Along Wall Edges, Counter-Rotating Brushes Clean Like a Broom and Dustpan to Pull in Debris, AeroVac Vacuum Sucks Debris from Brushes into the Back of the Large Bin

Dirt Detect - Uses sensors to find dirt so that a concentrated cleaning can be done in those areas

iAdapt Responsive Cleaning Technology - System software and sensors allow the Roomba to clean your room more thoroughly. Every section is covered multiple times while also cleaning hard to reach areas such as under furniture and along walls.

Picks up Dirt, Pet Hair, and Other Debris

3 Stage Cleaning System with AeroVac Series 2 - Spinning Side Brush Cleans Along Wall Edges, Counter-Rotating Brushes Clean Like a Broom and Dustpan to Pull in Debris, AeroVac Series 2 Vacuum Sucks Debris from Brushes into the Back of the Large Bin

Dual HEPA Filters - Trap dust, allergens, and other tiny particles

Dirt Detect Series 2 w/Persistent Pass - Uses sensors to find dirt so that a concentrated cleaning can be done in those areas. Persistent Pass uses a back and forth cleaning motion.

iAdapt Responsive Cleaning Technology - System software and sensors allow the Roomba to clean your room more thoroughly. Every section is covered multiple times while also cleaning hard to reach areas such as under furniture and along walls.

Suitable Surfaces

Roomba Automatically Adjust to These Surfaces

Carpet

Tile

Hardwood

Linoleum

And More...

Roomba Automatically Adjust to These Surfaces

Carpet

Tile

Hardwood

Linoleum

And More...

  Roomba 650 Vacuum Roomba 770 Vacuum with Remote
Other Features

On Board Scheduling - Can be programmed for up to 7 cleaning sessions per week. It will run even if you're not home.

Virtual Wall - Allows you to block off areas to keep the Roomba where you want it

Up to 50% Longer Battery Life

On Board Scheduling - Can be programmed for up to 7 cleaning sessions per week. It will run even if you're not home.

Virtual Walls - Allows you to block off areas to keep the Roomba where you want it

Remote Control - Allows you to control the Roomba

Full Bin Indicator

Soft-Touch Bumper

Warranty

12 Month Limited Warranty for Robot

6 Month Limited Warranty for Battery

12 Month Limited Warranty for Robot

6 Month Limited Warranty for Battery

What's In The Box

Roomba 650 Vacuum

Rechargeable Battery

AeroVac Bin

2 AeroVac Filters

Self-Charging Home Base

Virtual Wall

Brush Cleaning Tool

Owner's Guide and Documentation

Roomba 770 Vacuum

Rechargeable Battery

2 AeroVac Series 2 HEPA Filters

Self-Charging Home Base

2 Virtual Walls

IR Remote

Extra Set of 2 HEPA Filters

2 Brush Cleaning Tools

Owner's Guide and Documentation

Price

 

Retail: $399.99

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Retail: $499.99

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 iRobot Roomba 650 Vacuum Review   vs   iRobot Roomba 770 Vacuum Review

 

 

 

 

 
 
 

Roomba 650 Vacuum

 

 

Roomba 770 Vacuum

 

 

Which is better the Roomba 650 or 770?

"This is not a hard question. The better vacuum is the Roomba 770. A better question to ask yourself is if the extra features are worth the higher price. Let's look at this question in more detail".

While the prices may fluctuate the 770 is about $100 more than the 650.

Let's now look at what you get for that $100:

  1. More advanced cleaning system
  2. HEPA Filters
  3. Bumpers
  4. Remote Control
  5. Full Bin Indicator
  6. An additional Virtual Wall

 

Which is better?   You Decide.