Deebot OZMO 950 vs. Roborock S6 vs. Roomba S9+

Deebot OZMO 950 vs. Roborock S6 vs. Roomba S9+

ECOVACS recently released their new flagship robot vacuum cleaner, the Deebot OZMO 950.

So, I thought we should compare it to some of the famous and similarly priced robovacs, such as the Roborock S6 and Roomba S9+, to see how it compares.
As always, we put them all through our usual tests.

This article will show the results and the winner. Without further ado, let the Deebot Ozmo 950 vs. Roborock S6 vacuum battle begin!

ECOVACS DEEBOT OZMO 950...
Roborock S6 Robot Vacuum,...
iRobot Roomba s9+ (9550)...
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Design
Round
Round
D-shape
Size
13.7 x 13.7 x 3.7 inches
13.7 x 13.8 x 3.8 inches
12.2 x 12.2 x 3.5 inches
Weight
6.7 ounces
15 pounds
8.15 pounds
Navigation
Smart Navi 3.0 (Laser)
Smart LDS Navigation
iAdapt® 3.0
Map
Multi-Floor Mapping
Apartment layout& running route & map saving
Imprint Smart Mapping
Virtual barriers
Virtual Boundaries & Area Mode
Virtual no-go zone and barriers
Virtual Wall
Mopping
Filter
High efficiency air filter
Efficiency filter
HEPA filter
Run Time
150-200 minutes
180 minutes
120 minutes
Automatic Charging
Noise
45 to 66 decibels
56.7 decibels
68 decibels
Alexa & Google Assistant
App Control & Scheduling
Suction power
24 CFM
15 CFM
22 CFM
Cleans carpet & hard floors
ECOVACS DEEBOT OZMO 950...
Star Rating
Design
Round
Size
13.7 x 13.7 x 3.7 inches
Weight
6.7 ounces
Navigation
Smart Navi 3.0 (Laser)
Map
Multi-Floor Mapping
Virtual barriers
Virtual Boundaries & Area Mode
Mopping
Filter
High efficiency air filter
Run Time
150-200 minutes
Automatic Charging
Noise
45 to 66 decibels
Alexa & Google Assistant
App Control & Scheduling
Suction power
24 CFM
Cleans carpet & hard floors
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Price
Roborock S6 Robot Vacuum,...
Star Rating
Design
Round
Size
13.7 x 13.8 x 3.8 inches
Weight
15 pounds
Navigation
Smart LDS Navigation
Map
Apartment layout& running route & map saving
Virtual barriers
Virtual no-go zone and barriers
Mopping
Filter
Efficiency filter
Run Time
180 minutes
Automatic Charging
Noise
56.7 decibels
Alexa & Google Assistant
App Control & Scheduling
Suction power
15 CFM
Cleans carpet & hard floors
Reviews
Price
iRobot Roomba s9+ (9550)...
Star Rating
Design
D-shape
Size
12.2 x 12.2 x 3.5 inches
Weight
8.15 pounds
Navigation
iAdapt® 3.0
Map
Imprint Smart Mapping
Virtual barriers
Virtual Wall
Mopping
Filter
HEPA filter
Run Time
120 minutes
Automatic Charging
Noise
68 decibels
Alexa & Google Assistant
App Control & Scheduling
Suction power
22 CFM
Cleans carpet & hard floors
Reviews
Price

The Deebot OZMO 950 in a Nutshell

ECOVAC’s newest robovac is not cheap, but it comes with exciting features, intelligent navigation, and exemplary cleaning performance.

In fact, this robovac has been awarded by the IFA Product Technical Innovation Award for its mapping capabilities.

Pros

  • Has 200 minutes of battery life, which is the longest run-time among robovacs
  • Has 24 CFM of air velocity, which is the most potent suction power in robovacs
  • Uses LIDAR tech for a more accurate mapping
  • Resumes cleaning after it reaches full charge
  • Can save up to three cleaning maps
  • Identifies carpets and boosts suction when needed
  • Distinguishes rugs when mopping
  • Can cross an obstacle up to 2 mm
  • Low profile allows getting underneath most furniture
  • Supports digitally made barriers
  • Allows you to select a specific zone for cleaning
  • You can control the dripping via the app
  • Compatible with Amazon Alexa
  • Has three levels of suction: Standard, Max, and Max+
  • Operates in the dark

Cons

  • Doesn’t use a HEPA filter

The Roborock S6 in a Nutshell

If you are a fan of Roborock vacuum cleaners, you are probably torn between the Roborock S5 and S6.

The difference between the units is not something you can quickly see because the upgrade lies in the processor.

The Roborock S6 boasts of a 32-bit quad processor, which makes it a little more expensive than its predecessor. The S5 is already efficient, but the S6 is a lot smarter and quicker to boot.

Pros

  • Operates 20% faster (than the S5) without missing a spot
  • Selective room cleaning and flexible schedule
  • Works at a maximum 56.7 decibels, making it one of the quietest robovacs
  • Uses LIDAR tech for more advanced mapping capabilities
  • Offers “charge and resume” along with 180 minutes of run-time
  • Provides carpet boost
  • Identifies rugs when mopping
  • Low profile allows getting underneath most furniture
  • Supports digitally made barriers
  • Has four suction levels: Quiet, Balanced, Turbo, and MAX
  • Operates in the dark
  • Compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google Home

Cons

  • Limited Alexa skillset
  • Doesn’t use a HEPA filter

The Roomba S9+ in a Nutshell

The Roomba S9+ came out seven months after the release of the Roomba i7+, which also has a self-emptying bin. As you can see, this robot has been fundamentally redesigned starting from its shape to its parts.

iRobot gave the S9+ a new D-shape with the intent of providing better edge cleaning.

Also, the dual brush roll now sits at the front, and they made it 30% wider. The edge brushes had a makeover as well. Another point worth mentioning is that the manufacturer decreased the robot’s RPM. Rest assured, this robovac will not spin like crazy.

Pros

  • Has 22 CFM air velocity, which is 40x the suction power compared to older Roombas
  • The D-shape chassis provides a better edge cleaning and a longer brush roll for a more extensive cleaning path
  • The auto-adjusting brushroll is perfect for all surfaces, particularly high-pile carpets
  • You can create up to 10 virtual representations of your house using Imprint Smart Mapping
  • Features Dirt Detect™ technology to clean a specific spot thoroughly
  • The CleanBase not only charges the robot but also picks up to 30 loads of debris from the unit’s dust bin
  • Equips a genuine HEPA filter to capture 99% of allergens
  • Accessible via the iRobot Home app
  • Compatible with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa
  • Works in tandem with the Braava M6

Cons

  • A full charge lasts for four hours
  • One of the most expensive robovacs in the market
  • You will likely spend more or less $68 in disposable waste bags per year

Face to Face Comparison

Design

Although the design isn’t a primary concern, it is nice to have a flashy robot vacuum hovering across your floor, isn’t it?

Deebot OZMO 950

Deebot OZMO 950
The Deebot OZMO 950 is a relatively small robot vacuum that packs a ton of features.

To promote a compact design, this new model has a hood that conceals the dustbin and cleaning tool.

The chassis is high-quality plastic, while the underside is a roughened plastic that looks and feels good, too.

The robot’s stand-out feature is the little turret that houses the laser distance sensor. This feature brings the robovac to a height of 3.7 inches. Nonetheless, the OZMO 950 is lower compared to a majority of models with a laser tower.

Roborock S6

Roborock s6
The Roborock S6 has retained much of its predecessor’s award-winning modern template, including the sleek black finish.

The robot vacuum roughly has the same dimensions, too.

A laser distance sensor sits on top that will serve as the eye of the unit. Behind that is the lid-accessible section that you flip up to reveal the canister and cleaning tool.

On the flip side of the robot are the mopping module and wave-like spinning brush between its two rugged wheels.

Roomba S9+

Roomba s9
The design of the Roomba S9+ is a breath of fresh air in the world of round robot vacuums.

This robovac takes a direct deviation from the circular aesthetic with its square front.

Although the underside of the unit still has some of the parts as the older Roombas, the design is entirely different.

This time, the brushroll is at the front of the vacuum and is a lot bigger compared to the previous models.


Size and Dimensions

You should always check whether the robot vacuum fits underneath your furniture.
Otherwise, you may have to choose a different model if your furniture has a lower clearance.

Deebot OZMO 950

The Deebot OZMO 950 has a diameter of 13.7 inches and a height of 3.7 inches.

The robot vacuum isn’t too bulky, and so, it has no problem cleaning underneath furniture.

Roborock S6

The Roborock S6 measures 13.7 inches in diameter and 3.7 inches in height.

This model has roughly the same dimensions as its predecessor.

Roomba S9+

The Roomba S9+ measures 12.25 inches in diameter and stands 3.5 inches tall.


Navigation and Mapping

The unit’s ability to navigate and map your house are two of the most crucial factors that determine how well the robot vacuum is being an actual robot.

Aside from the suction power, these factors affect the robovac’s performance in hunting down dust bunnies and other daily detritus.

Deebot OZMO 950

Navigation and Mapping Deebot OZMO 950

The Deebot OZMO 950 highlights precise laser-guided navigation and the Smart Navi 3.0. Guided by the LIDAR, the robovac tackles the edges first before it cleans the middle of the floor in a grid-like pattern.

Because it scans its surroundings, it gets the job done in a short amount of time. The OZMO 950 can detect its own location, recognizes changes, and make adjustments without messing up your map.

Moreover, the OZMO 950 can save up to three different floor maps. What really blew me away is the robot’s ability to orient itself and find its way back after my silly pooch decides to toy with it.

Take note: the Deebot OZMO 950 has no trouble finding its way back even in completely dark rooms.

Roborock S6

Navigation and Mapping Roborock S6

The Roborock S6 also has a systematic navigation pattern using the LIDAR system. The robot will remember where it has been and will even divide an open floor plan into different rooms. Once a map is in memory, it will take a smarter route to cover the entire ground using the quickest way possible.

Using the app, the Roborock S6 can store up to three maps.

You can monitor your robot’s progress while it cleans. If you transfer the robovac into a new area, which it doesn’t recognize yet, it will start a new cleaning cycle. Then the robot restores the map when it docks back to charge.

Therefore, you can place your robot vacuum wherever you want it. This flexibility makes Roborock S6 a favorite among owners living in a multiple-story house.

Roomba S9+

Navigation and Mapping Roomba S9+

Aside from the suite of standard sensors, the Roomba S9+ equips a camera and utilizes VSLAM® (Vision Simultaneous Localization and Mapping) technology.

This feature makes the Roomba capture over 230 400 data points each second for optimal coverage.

As expected of a Roomba, this robovac will navigate your home seamlessly, thanks to iRobot’s patented iAdapt® 3.0 Navigation.

With this feature at the helm, it can remember up to 10 various floor plans and adapts to changing environments. You can always expect your Roomba S9+ to know the best way to tidy up your home.


Brushes

The ideal robot vacuum will not rely on suction power alone to spruce up your floors. Your robot vacuum should have side brushes to help collect debris from baseboards.

Deebot OZMO 950

The Deebot OZMO 950 has a newly upgraded cleaning brush and four side brushes — two of which are for backup.

The cool thing about the OZMO 950 is that it has a suction inlet.

So, pet parents, rejoice! This feature ensures the main brush won’t get tangled by fuzzy pet hair.

Roborock S6

According to Roborock, the S6 main roller brush is 250% denser and softer than the S5. It is the same rubber-and-bristle construction, but you can rest assured the bristles will not scratch your most delicate floor.

The manufacturer also revamped its spinning side brush. The bristles are replaced by five strips of silicone. Each piece is split partway in half for improved efficiency when sweeping debris into the vacuum vent.

Roomba S9+

Because of its new design, the dual brushes are 30% longer and are located at the front of the vacuum, instead of the center. The unit’s spinning brush has also changed slightly compared to previous Roombas.

With the adaptation into the D-shape chassis, the spinning brush is shorter and sits at a 27-degree angle. The manufacturer calls this improvement Perfect 8 Edge Cleaning.


Dirt Bin Capacity & Filtration

There is no cure for allergies yet, so the best weapon you can have in your anti-allergy arsenal is a robot vacuum with a HEPA filter.

Likewise, you don’t want to be empty out the canister too often, so choose one with sufficient capacity.

Deebot OZMO 950

The Deebot OZMO 950 has a 430-ml canister.

As expected of a smart robot, you can view the status of your unit using the app.

However, the manufacturer has not disclosed whether they use a HEPA filter for this model. On the positive side, the Hygiene and Microbiology Research Center has stated that this robovac can eliminate up to 99.26% of bacteria on floors.

Roborock S6

The Roborock has a 480-ml canister.

Using the app, you can check how much dirt the bin holds.

This model also lacks a HEPA filter. That aside, the filter needs an occasional rinse to stay clean.

Roomba S9+

The Roomba S9+ reminds me of the robot maid named Rosie in The Jetsons. Why? This robot vacuum will do all the work for you! You won’t have to worry if the dust bin is full or if your allergies could go haywire as you empty out the contents.

The best thing about this Roomba is that it empties its own dust bin after each cleaning. The Roomba S9+ comes with a system called CleanBase similar to the Roomba i7+. There is a port underneath the robovac that connects the bin directly into the CleanBase unit. The capacity of the robot’s canister is unknown, but so far, the dust bag inside the CleanBase unit can hold up to 30 loads before it needs replacing.

Adding to that, the Roomba S9+ is the only robot vacuum among the three that uses a HEPA filter.


Connectivity

Wi-Fi-connected robovacs are becoming more common. This fact should come as no surprise, considering how convenient the feature is. If you have an Echo speaker or Amazon Tap, you can even talk back to your robovac.

Deebot OZMO 950

Connect Deebot OZMO 950

The OZMO 950 communicates to you via the EcovacsHome app. The robot will let you know when it is charging, saving a map, or when it is starting to clean. You can track the robovac via the app. You will know which areas it has covered and where it is heading next.

Using the app, you can customize how or when you want your robot vacuum to spruce up your home. Likewise, you can create zones where you don’t want your robot to enter, as well as areas you want to vacuum, but not mop.

Furthermore, you can control the water level using the app. This is helpful in case there are wee-wee accidents or muddy tracks left by your pooch. Also, you can integrate Google Home and Amazon Alexa into the robovac.

Roborock S6

Connect Roborock S6

You can use the Roborock S6 using a remote control, but accessing the Xiaomi Home app via your smartphone is the best choice. The app will tailor the entire vacuuming and mopping process to your specific needs. You can segment your home into color-coded rooms, so you can direct your S6 to address specific areas.

Adding to that, you can view detailed cleaning history, flexible scheduling options, track the life cycle of the brushes and filter, adjust the volume of the robot voice, and so much more. Despite the lack of a dedicated Roborock app, the Xiaomi Home app seems handy.

Roomba S9+

Connect Roomba s9+

As with any Roomba, installing the iRobot Home app gives you tons of customization options.

You can also hook your robovac to Google Assistant and give commands like a royal.


Run-Time

A robot vacuum can clean for 90 minutes on average, with some lasting two hours.

But if your house is big, having a longer battery life should matter.

Deebot OZMO 950

Run-Time Deebot OZMO 950
So far, no robot vacuum can compete against the Deebot OZMO 950 in this area. The OZMO 950 has a run-time of 200 minutes on lower power settings and 150 minutes on high power settings.

When the battery is low, the robovac docks back and resumes cleaning once it reaches full charge. Ideally, the robovac can tidy up 3 767 square feet on one charge.

Roborock S6

Run-Time Roborock S6
The Roborock S6 was the former champ with its 180 minutes of battery life on Quiet Mode. The Balanced Mode, on the other hand, is suitable for two solid hours.

This run-time is enough for a few more rounds of doggie mess emergencies. If your house is as big as a warehouse, the Roborock S6 is smart enough to charge itself and continue with the task at hand.

Roomba S9+

Run-Time Roomba s9+
The Roomba S9+ has the shortest battery life among the three. This unit only provides 120 minutes of runtime, but since it has a “charge and resume” feature, the robot returns to where it left after charging.


Virtual Barriers

Not all of us have minimalist homes. And if you have small children and furry kids, the need for virtual barriers is even direr. The ability to set boundaries will ensure your robovac won’t chow down Tinker toys that could lead to its demise.

Deebot OZMO 950

You can create multiple no-go zones if you don’t want your robovac to enter specific locations, particularly in busy areas.

The OZMO 950 does its mapping in real-time. Thus, it doesn’t matter if your pet is fooling around or if this time, the door to another room is open.

The bot will clean what it sees and wherever it can get to — be it a spacious, open floor plan or a room filled with many furnishings.

Roborock S6

Using the app, you can define simple barriers to prevent your robovac from entering a death trap of Legos and Hot Wheels.

The no-go areas are accurate enough, but if you have delicate furnishings you don’t want your bot to touch, I recommend you make the no-go zone a little larger to be safe.

Roomba S9+

We always have some areas in our home where we don’t want our bot to enter.

Thankfully, the Roomba S9+ comes with one Dual-Mode Virtual Wall® barrier. This inclusion will ensure you have greater control over where your robovac cleans.


Noise

A low decibel rating is among the highly requested features that owners seek in a vacuum. This makes sense, as no one likes to have a noisy appliance interrupting other day-to-day household activities. Not to mention how frequent exposure to noise can affect your hearing.

Deebot OZMO 950

The Deebot OZMO 950 has a noise level between 45 to 66 decibels, depending on the cleaning mode used.

If the robovac is deep cleaning carpets, you will likely compete with it to hear your favorite TV show.

Roborock S6

The Roborock S6 has a decibel rating of 56.7, making it one of the quietest robot vacuums in the market.

To give you a gist of how noisy that is, imagine you are standing next to your refrigerator.

Roomba S9+

With a decibel rating of 68, the Roomba S9+ can be as loud as a dishwasher.


Accessories

When it comes to the included accessories, it is always nice to have spare parts with you. If I am going to spend hundreds of dollars on a machine, I will enthusiastically receive any freebie anytime.

Deebot OZMO 950

Apart from the docking station and the robot itself, this unit includes:

  • a pre-installed cleaning brush
  • four side brushes (two of which are for back-up)
  • a direct suction option you can exchange with the main brush
  • a 240 ml water reservoir
  • a cleaning cloth plate
  • a washable microfiber mopping cloth
  • disposable mopping cloths
  • two high-efficiency filters (one for backup)

Roborock S6

Aside from the charging dock and the vacuum unit itself, you will receive the following:

  • a mat, which connects to the charging base and prevents the floor from getting wet
  • a mounting plate for the disposable cloths
  • an extra filter
  • an adjustable water reservoir
  • additional water filters
  • two reusable mop cloths
  • a disposable mop cloth
  • a user manual

Roomba S9+

The Roomba S9+ comes with the following accessories:

  • two disposable dust bags
  • one HEPA filter
  • two spinning brushes (one extra)


Cleaning Tests

The Deebot OZMO 950 has 24 CFM of suction power at its highest setting.

The Roomba S9+ is the first-runner up with 22 CFM, while the Roborock S6 ranks third with a maximum of 15 CFM.

Now, let us compare them how they differ in our tests.

Crevice Test

For the crevice test, we used fine-grind coffee beans and four planks of plyboard with 1/4- and 1/8- gaps.

Deebot OZMO 950

The Deebot OZMO 950 has the most power, and we saw that manifest in the crevice test. This unit was able to suck all coffee grounds from all crevices.

Roborock S6

The Roborock S6 was able to grab most particles from the 1/4-inch crack, but not so much from the 1/8 fissure.

Roomba S9+

Meanwhile, the Roomba S9+ was able to pick up all the coffee grounds from the 1/4-inch crevice and nearly all debris from the 1/8-inch gap.


Debris Pick-up Test

Hard Floor

Deebot OZMO 950

The tremendous amount of airflow on max power makes the Deebot OZMO 950 particularly good at getting more substantial debris, such as sand, kitty litter, and kibble.

I love how this model has two side brushes compared to the majority of robot vacuums in the market. Although this feature doesn’t ensure 100% efficiency in cleaning edges, it does provide significant improvements.

Roborock S6

Another big pro of the Roborock is its pick up performance, especially on hard floors. Despite its low airflow, this robot vacuum has one of the best cleaning mechanics in the industry. It doesn’t scatter debris or cause pet hair to fly, as some other units do.

By the way, the Roborock S6 has four power settings — Quiet, Balanced, Turbo, and Max. But even in Quiet Mode, the robovac still had a nearly perfect run.

Roomba S9+

Roombas are notable for making a mess before cleaning the mess. However, the Roomba S9+ is up for a change. This unit had an excellent, clean pick up and did not scatter debris. The wider brushroll, combined with the suction power, truly made impressive results.

While the robot may be quiet on low power, it did not seem strong enough to be useful on hard floors or carpets. Better yet, just leave the robot on Auto Mode so that it will adjust the suction depending on the surface.

However, you could tell that the Roomba S9+ does not like larger debris either on hard floors or carpets. The robovac makes crunching noises, but don’t get me wrong, because this bot will do its job despite the grumbling.


Medium-Pile Carpet

Roomba S9+

The most impressive attribute of the Roomba S9+ is its carpet cleaning ability.

I scattered 100g of sugar on a high-pile rug, and the robovac was able to retrieve 95% of the debris. This is Dyson territory we are speaking of here.

I am assuming this is all due to its high suction power and the newly improved brushroll.

Deebot OZMO 950

The Deebot OZMO 950 also has no problem cleaning in carpets.

Roborock S6

Unfortunately, the Roborock S6 didn’t do too well here. The side brushes of this model had a little trouble spinning in the rug.


Hair Pick Up Test

While I am confident that all three models can pick up 1 gram of pet hair, the test was to determine whether their brushroll will resist hair tangles.

Deebot OZMO 950

The Deebot OZMO 950 has excellent resistance against pet hair, which is good news if you have a long-haired dog at home.

Roborock S6

The Roborock S6 also has a superb ability to pick up pet hair without tangles. This model has upgraded the brush from the S5. It has now more bristles, making it a much more dense brush. There was no hair caught in the roller. It all made it to the dust bin. Now, that is a gem!

Roomba S9+

The Roomba S9+ also impresses me in the hair pick-up test. Older Roombas often end up with a tangled brushroll, so the S9+ is quite the trailblazer in the Roomba line. There was some pet hair tangled with the axles, but not as much.


Navigation Test

Deebot OZMO 950

The Deebot OZMO 950 uses a spinning invisible laser called LIDAR to map out your home. Thus, the robot cleans systematically.

Take note: navigation is not limited to the robovac’s coverage, but also includes premium features, such as creating virtual wall barriers. The no-go zones I drew in the app are accurately interpreted by the deebot.

Roborock S6

The Roborock S6 is very identical to the OZMO 950 in terms of coverage because it also utilizes LIDAR technology. This robot knows where it has and hasn’t been.

It doesn’t get easily confused by large furniture and small decorative ornaments.

Because it gets the job done quickly, it takes less battery life, too.

Roomba S9+

The Roomba S9+ has a good of sense where it has or hasn’t been. First, the robot makes a broad strokes pass first then goes directly to the areas it knows it missed.

Finally, the robovac ends with an edge cleaning pass. I thought its new D-shape would be a problem for fitting around chairs, but it did not pose a problem at all. Edge cleaning is not perfect, but with 99% pick up, it is an excellent improvement.


Mopping Test

Deebot OZMO 950 and Roborock S6

The Deebot OZMO 950 and the Roborock S6 are convertible into mopping robots. Each unit has a water tank that you fill up, and you attach it to the robot. The water seeps into the pad and, thus, mops your floor.

The OZMO 950 and the S6 are not suitable for serious mopping jobs.

Roomba S9+

The Roomba S9+, on the other hand, has Imprint Link™ technology. Using the app, you can enable cleaning automation between your Roomba with the Braava M6.

The Braava M6 is the better mop. On the downside, you have to buy it separately and don’t expect it to be cheap.
Adding to that, the Braava requires extensive preparation of the area. You need to remove carpets and rugs because the machine will not recognize what carpet is.


Bottom Line

You might think that the downside of the Deebot OZMO 950, Roborock S6, and the Roomba S9+ is the price. But the worth of these robovacs is subjective. All of the three models pack tons of significant features where it counts.

Any of the units we reviewed today are perfect for large homes.

The Roomba S9+, in particular, is ideal for multi-level houses because of its ability to create 10 different maps.

But if you have furry family members at home, I strongly recommend the OZMO 950 and the Roborock S6. These robovacs can clean up a massive pile of pet hair every day. The suction inlet and newly upgraded brushes of the Ozmo 950 and Roborock S6 will prevent clogged hair.

So, which is better between the Deebot Ozmo 950 vs. Roborock S6?

The two models ring in at $799.99 and $599.99, respectively. As far as performance is concerned, both the Ozmo 950 and S6 offers a smooth operation and effective cleaning. Both bots also throw in a quick mop!

But when it comes to high-pile carpet cleaning, iRobot’s Roomba S9+ is probably the only robot vacuum I could trust. This unit takes all of the great things I love from the i7+ and made them even better! And because I am a busy person, I really appreciate that I don’t have to spend a few minutes emptying the bin. Like I said earlier, the Roomba S9+ reminds me of Josie, the robot maid in The Jetsons.

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