Big messes still need a human touch to be cleaned up. But when it comes to everyday vacuuming of dust and light dirt, there’s no reason you should still be doing your own cleaning anymore. Robot vacuums were once a luxury but now there’s so much competition out there that tons of great options exist. Here, you’ll find our picks for the best of the bunch for every budget.

Best Affordable Robot Vacuum

The Eufy brand is owned by Anker and it delivers the same high quality and value as its parent company. With that in mind, it should come as no surprise that the Eufy RoboVac 12 Self-Charging Robotic Vacuum Cleaner is our pick for the best affordable robot vacuum. It has wonderfully strong suction, it’s nice and quiet, and it automatically returns to its dock when it needs to be charged, a feature that isn’t common among less expensive models. The RoboVac 12 also works just as well on low-pile carpets and rugs as it does on hard flooring.

Best Mid-Range Robot Vacuum

Those in search of a robot vacuum that packs premium features into a mid-range model should look no further than the iRobot Roomba 690 Robot Vacuum. This model has impressive suction and a three-stage cleaning system that handles large debris just as well as dust and small bits of dirt. The Roomba 690 also has great advanced features like support for Alexa voice commands.

Best Premium Robot Vacuum

The iRobot Roomba 960 Robot Vacuum is as good as it gets in the high-end section of the robot vacuum cleaner market. It packs top-of-the-line performance into sleek hardware that can suck up dirt and even pet hair better than any other model in its class. Sure it has great premium features like Alexa voice control, but the incredible suction that’s five times stronger than iRobot’s 600 series Roombas is what really sets this model apart.

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