Key Differences between ILIFE A4 vs Roomba 650
- Performance. Since the Roomba is an older model it occasionally misses more spots compared to the ILIFE model. As a result, it needs more manual guidance. However, though the ILIFE cleans effectively in most cases, it has a random cleaning style. Because of this, it can’t distinguish between objects, dirt and walls.
- Features. In comparison to the iLife, the IRobot Roomba 650 has more useful features, for instance, convenient scheduling and virtual wall technology. This means it cleans as and when required—and where it’s supposed to. The iLife can’t clean several rooms in one session as it can’t remember where it’s cleaned before.
- Recharging. In terms of recharging the difference between the two is the ILIFE product cleans until the battery runs out. However, the Roomba 650 goes for a recharge—to its docking station—when the battery runs low.
- Design. iLife vs Roomba—which has the better design? Compared to the Roomba 650, the ILIFE device is more attractive. The Roomba is more of a traditional looking vacuum. However, the difference is it has several buttons on the surface, unlike the ILIFE. This makes them easier to locate and use.
- Sensors. Though the iLife and Roomba both have sensors to detect obstacles, the Roomba sometimes fails to pick up certain objects. As a result, it constantly crashes into items.
Side by Side Comparison Chart
Have a look at the side by side comparison to get a clearer understanding of the two.
|Robotic Vacuum Model||ILIFE A4||Roomba 650|
|Dimensions||12.2” x 2.2” x3”||13.4” x 3.6” x 13.4”|
|Battery Life||Lasts three hours.||Lasts two hours.|
|Accessories||Power adapter, cleaning tool, user guide.||Batteries, brushes, filter.|
|Scheduling||Auto scheduling.||Convenient scheduling.|
|Cleaning System||AeroForce cleaning system.||Three stage cleaning.|
|Noise||Moderate noise level.||Slightly louder.|
|Problems||Poor navigation abilities.||Scratches wooden floors.|
ILIFE A4 Review
The iLife A4 robot vacuum cleaner features an innovated tangle free roller brush with powerful suction. Apart from ensuring a deeper and thoroughly clean, the two-sided brush is easy to use & maintain.
Also, it features Activate Max mode via a remote controller which enables a super-powered clean with maximum pick up. You don’t have to worry about your vacuum bumping around—or falling off stairs—thanks to its multiple smart sensors.
You can enjoy up to 140 minutes of vacuuming time because of its long lasting battery which is convenient. In addition, the low profile design allows you to clean those hard to reach places such as under the bed or sofas. Plus it adapts easily to different floor types.
Cleaning doesn’t have to stop if you aren’t present. This is thanks to the programmable scheduling ability. Also, it automatically starts on its preset program and returns to recharge when the battery is low.
Roomba 650 Review
One of its best selling features has to be the three-stage cleaning system. As a result, it’s specifically designed to loosen, lift and suction everything—from small to large pieces of debris.
Because of the auto adjust cleaning head it automatically adapts its height to match the required cleaning surface. This means it transitions smoothly from carpets to hardwood floors while cleaning effectively.
No dirt is safe from this robotic vacuum. This is thanks to the edge sweeping brush designed to remove dirt from edges and corners. Also, it has dirt detect sensors that alert the robot to clean thoroughly on concentrated areas of dirt.
It features smart sensors which enable it to navigate around your home intelligently without falling off stairs or other drop-offs.
Based on our review, both are effective vacuums. And we also like that they both come with a one year warranty. However, it seems iRobot did more troubleshooting to come up with a better product where performance is concerned. Why?
Apart from its auto adjusting ability, the edge sweeping brush makes it a winner. Most vacuums have a difficult time cleaning those hard to reach spots for instance edges and under beds. That’s not the case with the Roomba, as it easily accesses all these places—and more.
Yes, it has its drawbacks but ultimately it allows for an effective clean. Now you know it all. IN the contest of iLife A4 vs Roomba 650—which one will you go for?