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iRobot 560 Roomba Vacuuming Robot Review

Updated on January 31, 2010
The Roomba
The Roomba

iRobot 560 Roomba Vacuuming Robot Review

Nobody likes to vacuum! So if you had the opportunity to buy a device that did your vacuuming for you, would you buy it? I sure would! In fact, I already have! I have invested in a iRobot 560 Roomba Vacuuming Robot, and I actually really like it. If you are interested in the Roomba, then keep reading, because I would like to detail some of the positive and negative aspects of the iRobot 560 Roomba Vacuuming Robot.

First, a little background on myself and my relationship with vacuuming. I am definitely not the kind of person to enjoy vacuuming or any sort, and I dislike household chores in general. So imagine how I felt when I heard about the iRobot 560 Roomba Vacuuming Robot. I thought that it could be something that I would really be able to get into, since it seemed to me that the Roomba would possibly be able to cure some of my vacuuming woes. So I checked out the Roomba on the internet, and read a bunch of reviews for it, and it seemed that most people were fairly happy with the Roomba and what it can do.

So I laid down the money to purchase the Roomba, and it came in the mail a few days later. I will be honest, I was not really sure what exactly to expect from the Roomba initially, but I got it set up without much hassle, and tested it out.

Folks, I am very surprised. The iRobot 560 Roomba Vacuuming Robot actually works as advertised, which was a very pleasant surprise. I now have far less work to do when it comes to vacuuming around my house, and I would recommend the iRobot 560 Roomba Vacuuming Robot just for that alone. It has some navigational problems every now and then, but it is honestly impressive in that these incidents hardly ever occur. I have already recommended the iRobot 560 Roomba Vacuuming Robot a few times to friends, and they all are happy with their Roomba as well.

My conclusion? Buy the iRobot 560 Roomba Vacuuming Robot and you will save a lot of time and effort spent vacuuming. I have included a link to where you can buy the Roomba at the top of the page for your convenience. Happy vacuuming!


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    • Angela Blair profile image

      Angela Blair 

      8 years ago from Central Texas

      Informative Hub -- in fact, I've considered buying the Roomba but have two rowdy Cocker Spaniels and undoubtedly they would kill it before it even got started! Thanks for the Hub and the info! Best, Sis


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