Roomba FAQ

Why should you own a iRobot Roomba?

Life today is so busy, we rarely have the time or the energy to clean our homes as often as we'd like. If you wish you could have clean floors every day, this one is for you.

How to use it?

Roomba 560 includes a simple to use on-board scheduling function. It can be programmed to automatically clean up to seven days a week, even when owners are away. In addition Roomba works at the press of a button, you can use it more frequently to help you maintain a cleaner home - all week long.

How it works?
Irobot Roomba and scooba features the iAdapt Responsive Cleaning Technology.

iAdapt is an advanced system of software and sensors that allows Roomba and Scooba to clean more of your room, more thoroughly, getting into areas you can't easily reach.

With iAdapt, the robots use over 40 robotic behaviors and more than 60 decisions per second to ensure that they clean every section of your room, making multiple passes over the same area.

Is it effective?

Roomba's compact shape allows it to vacuum beneath beds, couches and other hard-to-reach places while the innovative, spinning side brush removes accumulated debris along kickboards, cabinet edges and corners.

  • Roomba uses a three-stage cleaning system to vacuum 98% of dirt, dust and debris from floors
  • Cleaning head suspension system allows for Roomba to automatically adjust between carpet, tile, hardwood and linoleum floors
  • Counter-rotating bristle brush and beater brush work together like a dustpan and broom
  • Fine vacuum filter traps dust, pollen and tiny particulates inside bin

 

Can Roomba be used on deep carpets and hard floors?

Yes! Roomba picks up an amazing amount of dirt, dust, pet hair, dander, cat litter, crumbs, leaves and other debris as it autonomously navigates throughout your home. Roomba automatically adjusts from carpets to hard floors and cleans everywhere you want while avoiding off-limit areas.

What is the Difference between Roomba 560 Factory Refurbish and Brand New Roomba 560?

All our Remanufactured roomba 560 are imported directly from irobot USA Store, sealed in packaging and are in mint condition. We offer

*warranty on all our Remanufactured iRobot products, so you can be rest assured on your purchases.

The refurbish Roomba 560 offers great cost savings with the same benefits and functions.

*warranty (for 3months on battery and 1years on parts) AutoVacStore covers 6 months warranty on all iRobot brand new sets batteries)

AeroVacTM Bin Vs Normal Bin


Roomba's AeroVac Bin, compatible with Roomba 500 Series robots, is the latest breakthrough in cleaning technology. This vacuum maximizes air flow through Roomba's cleaning head to pull hair and debris off the brushes and into the bin. The new single chamber bin fills evenly and holds more debris, allowing you to empty it less often.

Do you need it?

AeroVac Bin is recommended for household with pets that shed as it pulls hair and debris off brushes. The regular vacuum bin will works great in lifting tremendous amount of dirt, dust and crumbs off your floors.

Kindly enquire with our Sales Support upon purchase if you require an AeroVac Bin.(Additional Top up of $50 is required) Thank you.

Useful tips

  • Faster Cleaning
  • For faster cleaning, clear floors of clutter so Roomba can thoroughly vacuum the entire area every time.
  • Initial Battery Charging
  • Roomba's battery can last for hundreds of cleaning cycles before you need to replace it. Prior to its initial use, Roomba's battery should be charged overnight or for 16 hours.
  • Every 1-3 Cleaning Cycles
  • Keep Roomba's brushes clean to ensure optimal cleaning performance. Remove hair and debris from Roomba's brushes every 1-3 cleaning cycles.
  • For optimal pickup, empty Roomba's Debris Bin every 1-3 cleaning cycles, depending on the amount of hair, dirt, and debris in your environment.

 

Roomba 500 series battery Maintenance Tips

With proper care, Roomba's battery can last for hundreds of cleaning cycles before you need to replace it. Here are some things you can do to extend Roomba's battery life and keep Roomba cleaning at peak performance:

Use your Roomba frequently. Your Roomba is powered by a rechargeable battery, which will deliver more cleaning cycles when you use it regularly.

Keep your Roomba plugged in when not in use. If you have a Home Base, keep your Roomba charging on the Home Base. If you don't have a Home Base, keep your Roomba plugged into the Battery Charger.

Place your Roomba and the Home Base on a smooth, hard surface when your Roomba is charging. Do not charge your Roomba on a thick carpet and make sure your Roomba and Home Base have plenty of space for ventilation.

Charge and store your Roomba in a cool, dry place. Keep your Roomba out of direct sunlight and away from sources of heat such as windows, radiators, heating vents, and large appliances.

Keep Roomba's brushes clean. If Roomba's brushes get clogged with hair or other debris, your Roomba will strain to spin them, using more battery power than normal.

Remove the battery for long-term storage. If you will not be using your Roomba for more than a few weeks, remove it, and store it in a cool, dry place.When you want to use your Roomba again, insert the battery and fully charge it.