iRobot Roomba i7

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iRobot Roomba i7 Features

  Main Features
Mapping / Path planning yes
Mapping Sensor Type camera, odometry
High-precision Map yes
Recharge & Resume yes
Automatically Docks and Recharges yes
Noise Level 68 db
LCD Display no
Side Brushes (one or two) 1 pcs
Voice Prompts yes
  Cleaning Features
Suction Power 1700 Pa
–°leaning Area 1991 ft2 / 185 m2
Home Size medium, big
Cleaning Modes auto, spot, carpet boost
Dustbin Capacity 500 ml
Automatic Dirt Disposal no
Wet Mopping no
Barrier-cross Height 0.79 in / 20 mm
HEPA Filter yes
Washable Filter no
–°arpet Floor Types low-pile, medium-pile
Bare Floor Types hardwood, vynil, marble tile, ceramic tile, laminate, linoleum
Battery Capacity 3300 mAh
Run time 75 min
Charging Time 120 min
Rated Power (Watts) N/A
Scheduling yes
IR Remote Control no
Wi-Fi / Smartphone App yes
Wi-Fi Frequency Bands 2.4 / 5 GHz
Amazon Alexa Support yes
Google Assistant Support yes
Virtual Wall yes
  App Features
Digital Blocked Area no
Zoned cleaning yes
Multi-floor maps yes
Manual movement control yes
Selected Room Cleaning yes
Carpet Boost yes
Anti-drop / Cliff Sensor yes
Dirt Detect yes
Full Bin Indicator yes
Other Specifications
Robot Weight 7.28 lbs / 3.3 kg
Robot Width 13.31 in / 33.8 cm
Robot Height 3.62 in / 9.2 cm
In the box clean base automatic dirt disposal, 2 dirt disposal bags, north American line cord, dual mode virtual wall barrier, extra high-efficiency filter, extra side brush
Release date Sep 2018
Warranty 12 months

Product Description

iRobot Roomba i7 (7150) quick glance

The Roomba i7 (7150) is the same Roomba i7+ (7550) only without the self-emptying charging base. You can buy the clean base automatic dirt disposal separately on Amazon.

The Roomba i7 is equipped with one side sweeper, advanced silicone rollers, has strong suction and a 500 ml dustbin. All these things work together to agitate debris, dust, and dirt from hard floors and carpets.

The Roomba i7 has smart carpet identification. Once the robot recognizes carpeted flooring, it boosts air power to its max level. When the machine leaves the carpet, it returns to standard cleaning mode.

There is dirt detect that automatically provides deeper cleaning on high-traffic spots.

Same as with the Roomba 960 and 980, the Roomba i7 is equipped with a full dustbin indicator. When the container inside the vacuum gets full, the cleaner alerts which you can see inside the app. You have to empty the container manually and let the robot continue cleaning.

Inside the Roomba i7, there is a built-in camera sensor. It scans the surroundings to create a map of your room, so the vacuum knows where exactly to clean. After the plan is created, the i7 moves back-and-forth in straight lines methodically cleaning one room after another.

The Roomba i7 is suitable for bigger homes with carpets and bare floors though it does not mop. Perfect for pet hair thanks to its brushless rollers. The carpet boost, good climbing ability, and strong suction make the i7 perform well on carpets up to 20 mm height.

Most significant improvements the Roomba i7 gets is the ability of zone cleaning. When the robot creates a map, you can divide it into areas, name each and schedule the vacuum to work on a specific zone. The robot stores up to 10 different floor plans which makes it suitable for multiple-level houses.

In the box, you get a dual virtual wall barrier that keeps the robot from wandering.

Pros of the Roomba i7 (7150)

  • Perfect for pet owners
  • Performs well on carpets
  • Decent battery life
  • Mapping makes cleaning more efficient
  • Thanks to the recharge & resume, the Roomba i7+ is suitable for bigger homes
  • Saved maps make the Roomba i7+ good for one and more level houses
  • Allows cleaning within a particular zone
  • HEPA filtration is ideal for people with allergy

Cons of the Roomba i7 (7150)

  • Pricey
  • No mopping feature

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