The check of Shark ION ROBOT 750 vs iRobot Roomba 890 permits to match the units features to choose the appropriate gadget between the budget Shark’s model Roomba’s near-high-end one. Both robots can dock themselves and have Wi-Fi connection. They have an auto mode to work without constant control and protective bumpers to avoid damages while performing.
The test iRobot Roomba 890 vs Shark ION ROBOT 750 has clarified not very essential difference between their dustbin capacities (300 ml versus 380 ml respectively) that is not enough for ongoing cleaning without emptying the bin.
When I tried to compare the robots’ suction, I’ve found that Shark’s parameters are not specified while claimed iRobot Roomba’s suction is 1000 Pa. However, both units can handle pet hair and other litter (food crumbs, dust, paper, flour, or sugar) good. Despite not flawless mapping, the robots hit the most places you need to clean.
iRobot Roomba 890 can clean the area up to 1000 ft2 while Shark ION ROBOT 750’s using area is doubled to make it possible to clean medium flat. Besides, Roomba fits small spaces more.
Both robots work silently to let you watch TV or even go to bed while cleaning. Shark ION ROBOT 750 has only 60 db while iRobot Roomba 890 can boast even 58 db that is no more than any split system.
Either Roomba or Shark can clean carpets. iRobot Roomba 890 runs low-pile carpets successfully. However, it cannot remove such types of debris as sugar. Besides, its suction power is not enough to make long-pile carpets completely clean.
Shark ION ROBOT 750 does a decent job when cleaning the carpets. It also has difficulties with deep cleaning of medium and long-pile coverings. The unit includes the BotBoundary tech to keep it out of the carpeted rooms.
The Shark ION ROBOT 750 is better robot vacuum in this comparison. Check Shark ION ROBOT 750 price