iRobot vs Shark Robot vacuums

Shark vs Roomba – Best Models Compare

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iRobot Roomba 692 Robot Vacuum-Wi-Fi Connectivity, Personalized Cleaning Recommendations, Works with Alexa, Good for Pet Hair, Carpets, Hard Floors, Self-Charging, Charcoal Grey
iRobot Roomba i6+ (6550) Robot Vacuum with Automatic Dirt Disposal-Empties Itself for up to 60 Days, Wi-Fi Connected, Works with Alexa, Carpets, + Smart Mapping Upgrade - Clean & Schedule by Room
iRobot Roomba i4+ (4552) Robot Vacuum with Automatic Dirt Disposal - Empties Itself for up to 60 Days, Wi-Fi Connected Mapping, Compatible with Alexa, Ideal for Pet Hair, Carpets
Shark ION Robot Vacuum RV761 with Wi-Fi and Voice Control, 0.5 Quarts, in Black and Navy blue
Shark ION Robot Vacuum AV751 Wi-Fi Connected, 120min Runtime, Works with Alexa, Black
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iRobot Roomba 692
iRobot Roomba i6+ (6550)
iRobot Roomba i4+ (4552)
Shark ION RV761
Shark ION AV751
Max suction power
600 Pa
1700 Pa
1700 Pa
1470 Pa
1500 Pa
Noise level
65 db
64.5 db
60 db — 70 db
70 dB
70 dB
Runtime
90 min
75 min
110 min
90 min
120 min
Charging time
120 min
120 min
180 min
240 — 360 min
240 — 360 min
Dust collector capacity
600 ml
500 ml
500 ml
400 ml
400 ml
Max power consumption
33W
30W
30W
35.3W
32W
Voltage
110V
110V
100V — 240V
16.8V
14.8V
Battery capacity
1800 mAh
1800 mAh
2210 mAh
2600 mAh
2600 mAh
APP control
Wi-Fi compatible
Using area
1292 sq.ft
1991 sq.ft
1500 sq.ft
1200 sq.ft
2000 sq.ft
Weight
13.4 x 13.4 x 3.5 inches
13.3 x 13.3 x 3.6 inches
13.3 x 13.3 x 3.6 inches
12 x 12 x 3 inches
12.4 x 12.6 x 3.5 inches
Dimensions
5 pounds
12 pounds
12 pounds
5.5 pounds
8.2 pounds
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iRobot Roomba 692 Robot Vacuum-Wi-Fi Connectivity, Personalized Cleaning Recommendations, Works with Alexa, Good for Pet Hair, Carpets, Hard Floors, Self-Charging, Charcoal Grey
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iRobot Roomba 692
Max suction power
600 Pa
Noise level
65 db
Runtime
90 min
Charging time
120 min
Dust collector capacity
600 ml
Max power consumption
33W
Voltage
110V
Battery capacity
1800 mAh
APP control
Wi-Fi compatible
Using area
1292 sq.ft
Weight
13.4 x 13.4 x 3.5 inches
Dimensions
5 pounds
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iRobot Roomba i6+ (6550) Robot Vacuum with Automatic Dirt Disposal-Empties Itself for up to 60 Days, Wi-Fi Connected, Works with Alexa, Carpets, + Smart Mapping Upgrade - Clean & Schedule by Room
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iRobot Roomba i6+ (6550)
Max suction power
1700 Pa
Noise level
64.5 db
Runtime
75 min
Charging time
120 min
Dust collector capacity
500 ml
Max power consumption
30W
Voltage
110V
Battery capacity
1800 mAh
APP control
Wi-Fi compatible
Using area
1991 sq.ft
Weight
13.3 x 13.3 x 3.6 inches
Dimensions
12 pounds
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iRobot Roomba i4+ (4552) Robot Vacuum with Automatic Dirt Disposal - Empties Itself for up to 60 Days, Wi-Fi Connected Mapping, Compatible with Alexa, Ideal for Pet Hair, Carpets
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iRobot Roomba i4+ (4552)
Max suction power
1700 Pa
Noise level
60 db — 70 db
Runtime
110 min
Charging time
180 min
Dust collector capacity
500 ml
Max power consumption
30W
Voltage
100V — 240V
Battery capacity
2210 mAh
APP control
Wi-Fi compatible
Using area
1500 sq.ft
Weight
13.3 x 13.3 x 3.6 inches
Dimensions
12 pounds
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Shark ION Robot Vacuum RV761 with Wi-Fi and Voice Control, 0.5 Quarts, in Black and Navy blue
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Shark ION RV761
Max suction power
1470 Pa
Noise level
70 dB
Runtime
90 min
Charging time
240 — 360 min
Dust collector capacity
400 ml
Max power consumption
35.3W
Voltage
16.8V
Battery capacity
2600 mAh
APP control
Wi-Fi compatible
Using area
1200 sq.ft
Weight
12 x 12 x 3 inches
Dimensions
5.5 pounds
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Shark ION Robot Vacuum AV751 Wi-Fi Connected, 120min Runtime, Works with Alexa, Black
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Shark ION AV751
Max suction power
1500 Pa
Noise level
70 dB
Runtime
120 min
Charging time
240 — 360 min
Dust collector capacity
400 ml
Max power consumption
32W
Voltage
14.8V
Battery capacity
2600 mAh
APP control
Wi-Fi compatible
Using area
2000 sq.ft
Weight
12.4 x 12.6 x 3.5 inches
Dimensions
8.2 pounds
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Roomba vs Shark – Powerful Cleaning with Smart Techs

The Shark Robot vs Roomba is the robot vacuum comparison that is aimed to prove that Roomba’s focus on large and adjustable suction power, and Shark tries to achieve precise navigation.

When I started comparing Shark vs Roomba brands, I’ve noted that Shark developed just two series of robot vacuums versus Roomba’s 5 ones. Shark produces entry-level ION with random navigation and high-end IQ series with mapping. The Roomba’s product line includes low-cost e and 600 Series, mid-range i and 900 robots, and luxury s Series.

The Shark robot vacuum vs Roomba has some differences in terms of the implemented techs. All their entry-level models lack mapping, the ability to boost power, and smart features. The high-end units have them, but the Roomba’s upmarket vacuums come with all that stuff plus auto dustbin emptying. Additionally, the Roomba’s i and s series are compatible with Braava JET M6 mop for wet use.

The first look at Shark ION vs Roomba in terms of design reveals that all Shark models are fitted with two side brushes while Roomba equips its products with a single side brush. All the Shark’s robots are round-shaped and some of the Roomba’s s vacuums are notable for their U-shaped design for reaching edges.

Putting Roomba vs Shark, it’s clear that both Shark’s ION and IQ vacuums come in the same size (12.9 x 12.6 x 3.5 inches) except for the budget ION R75 that is extremely low profile with its height of just 2.6 inches. However, the majority of the Roomba’s devices are bulkier — the height starts from 3.5 inches and the diameter — from 13.3 inches (only s series is 12.25 inches across).

The comparison chart of iRobot vs Shark also revealed that the entry and mid-level Roombas are more expensive than the Shark’s devices with the same range of features.

Shark review

The SharkNinja Operating LLC is the manufacturer of the Shark vacs. It started out in Canada in 1995 and currently, it has offices in the USA, UK, China, and Japan, as well as the engineering resources in India.

Shark Robot logo

The Sharks robots are famous for their wireless sensors to identify the restricted areas, Wi-Fi capability, and smart assistant support regardless of the model. Besides, the company developed an easy-to-use mobile application.

Roomba review

Being founded by MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) in 1990, Roomba has sold 30 million robotic vacuums by the year 2018. For now, its presence covers the USA, Hong Kong, China, the UK, and eight European countries.

IRobot logo

With each new series, Roomba enhances the suction power of its devices. For example, the 960 model has 5x suction, the i7 comes with the 10x power, and the latest s9 features the claimed 40x suction to handle challenging dirt.

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