According to research conducted by the prestigious Carpet and Rug Institute, vacuum cleaners are the most frequently sold household appliance in North America. This must mean that Americans love cleaning their carpets so much that they end up wearing their vacuum cleaners out so fast that they need to rush out and buy another right away.
Obviously, you would be hard pressed to find anyone who enjoys vacuuming their carpets so much that it ends up becoming some kind of addiction. On the other hand, worn out vacuum cleaners are far from unheard of. Actually, doesn’t it seem like it is nearly impossible to find a vacuum cleaner that works well for more than a few months? Whether you spend $400 or $500 on some fancy transparent machine with a nifty yellow roller ball, it rarely works better than a $40 electric broom for long enough to justify its price.
As a result, the average American will go through about 20 different vacuum cleaners over their lives as homeowners! After a while you simply get sick of gimmicks and “lightweight” vacuums that “can do the job with three times the efficiency of your standard bag vacuum cleaner.” Therefore, you end up going full circle and don’t really care how much the vacuum weighs or if you have to purchase replacement bags as long as the darn thing actually works and will do a good job for at least a few years.
If you can relate to the common vicissitudes that are shared among so many vacuum cleaner owners, then you probably would never believe that robo vacuum cleaner, such as the iRobot Roomba 780 could do all of your vacuuming for you and do it well. Well, you really have to see it to believe it, but the most recent iRobot Roomba reviews have shown that a programmable robo vacuum cleaner can do a job that is on par with a similarly priced traditional vacuum cleaner.
While the coolest part of a robo vacuum cleaner like the iRobot 550,570, 580 is the fact that it can vacuum carpets with a human being to push it around, but its programmability is the second coolest thing. An iRobot owner can actually program their Roomba to vacuum within a specified number of square feet. And once the job is done, the vacuum will return itself to its charging dock!
Are you tired of wasting your money and time on unreliable vacuum cleaners that are lucky to make it to the end of the year? If so, maybe you should check out a Roomba. You never know, it could end up being one of the wiser vacuuming purchases you ever make.