Shoppers say this 2-in-1 robot vacuum is ‘miles ahead’ of the Roomba — and it’s on sale

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Saying that robot vacuum cleaners are a thing of the future would be false, as these no-fuss household cleaning gadgets are now more commonplace than ever.

Particularly, the coveted iRobot Roomba robot vacuum line has become quite the hit among shoppers. However, a new top-of-the-line option has hit the market and shoppers are already saying it’s “miles ahead” of the Roomba.

Shop: Proscenic M7 Pro LDS Robot Vacuum Cleaner, $339.15 (Orig. $499)

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The Proscenic M7 Pro LDS Robot Vacuum Cleaner, which is currently on sale for 32 percent off, is unlike most similar gadgets, which is largely due to its 2-in-1 cleaning system. The product comes with a large dust bin and a water tank, allowing users to sweep, mop, or sweep and mop synchronously.

To activate the mopping function, simply snap on the water tank, wet the mopping cloth, and you’re good to go. This alone puts the Proscenic unit miles ahead of the massively popular (and more expensive) iRobot Roomba, which only sweeps and collects dust.

In addition to this innovative function, the Proscenic robot vacuum cleaner is built with an IPNAS 3.0 system that intelligently navigates and maps your home. With this technology, the device creates a real-time map of your living space to allow it to follow the best possible cleaning path.

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This device also features upgraded suction power thanks to the installed 17.7-centimeter suction inlet. This allows for the easy removal of dust and dirt from hardwood floors and easy extraction of deeply rooted dirt and hair from carpets.

Further adding to the Proscenic robot vacuum cleaner’s technological prowess is its Multi-Floor Maps Memory feature.

Here’s how it works: Through the use of the ProscenicHome app, this device can save more than one map, meaning that those with multi-floor homes can simply place the robot vacuum on the floor of their choice, and it will automatically detect which route to take for optimal cleaning.

Other raved-about features for this product are its voice-control capabilities, advanced laser technology, selective cleaning, long battery life, strong obstacle climbing ability, zone cleaning and forbidden area detections.

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Shoppers have particularly been raving about the Proscenic M7 Pro. Boasting an overall customer rating of 4.3 out of 5 stars and over 800 reviews, the recently launched home cleaning device is already a major hit. In fact, several shoppers have continuously stressed that it performs much better than the Roomba, especially at its reduced price.

Miles ahead of the Roomba,” one five-star reviewer wrote after outlining that they have purchased three different Roomba robot vacuums over the course of three years, only for them to perform the same functions.

At half the price, I was blown away at how smart this little guy is,” the same reviewer continued about the Proscenic M7 Pro. “First run, it mapped out the entire house, 2,500 sq ft, wonderfully.”

The shopper outlined that though “it had some problems on some wood transitions between rooms,” it eventually “backed off and went at them at an angle and cleared them.”

If you are considering a Roomba, please save your money and buy this instead,” the same shopper stressed. “You will not be disappointed.”

Another shopper gushed that she loves this robot vacuum so much and wrote “if I had enough money, I would buy another one of these.”

The only gripe shoppers seemed to have with this product, however, is that though the cleaning bin is pictured in the product outline on Amazon, it is sold separately.

If you enjoyed this story, you might like to read about how you can keep your workspace clean with this $10 mini vacuum.

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