Don’t see it for sure in the specs, but I’d only recommend this if it does mapping. I originally had a Roomba model that used their random-pattern algorithm, and sold it in favor of a Roborock vacuum that does do mapping, and it’s a world of difference IMO.
Not only does it satisfy my OCD-like desire for it fo vacuum in a methodical pattern, but it’s also great do be able to tell it to go vacuum a specific room.
I was a little wary when buying about deviating from the “gold-standard” of Roomba, but about a year in I’m thrilled with the purchase. Now what I’d really like is the Roomba that self-empties its waste bin into a larger one with a bag that’s integrated into its charging station, but they want crazy money for that one ($1,000+). I’ll empty the vacuum daily for that sort of premium.
I’ve never had good luck with Roomba or any other robot vacuums. It seems like it gets lost or stuck and never makes it back to recharge. The last one went missing and it took me a few days to find where it got stuck. When I did find it, I cleaned it and returned it. I guess I’m done-done with robot vacuums…for now. Hey maybe one of these Meh refurb Roomba’s used to be mine.
I’ve had a roomba for about 10 years. I upgraded a few years ago. Still love my roomba. I moved into a new apartment and it still picks up stuff from my floors. I’m tempted to buy this one because it has the new brushless system. I’m giving my original roomba to my grandson after I cleaned it up and replaced the brushes. Just had to buy a new battery about 5 years ago.
I need help! Rob my money and kept the return piece of junk. They have not honor an replacement, plus kept my money. Reporting to Better Business Association for con artist selling online! I purchased my IRobot on May 20, 2020.