The 10 Best Robot Vacuums For Picking Up Pet Hair
Robot vacuums that can pick up pet hair are a godsend for anyone sick of living life beneath a blanket of dander. But not any old robot vacuum can take care of your pet hair for you. No, you need a robot vacuum that’s specifically equipped to handle Fido’s shedding. After all, you don’t want your robot to get clogged and have a robot heart attack.
So, to help you and your beloved pet lead a hairless existence for the first time, get yourself one of these, the best robot vacuums for pet hair.
You have to hand it to any company with the balls to name any of their robot models anything “T,” but this robot probably won’t kill you Terminator style. Instead, it will kill all your pet hair thanks to a powerful motor and HEPA filtration, which will also help eliminate all the allergens caused by pet hair. Thanks, Skynet! Er, I mean Proscenic.
This robot vacuum’s powerful suction does a great job picking up pet hair. But it also adds bilateral side brushes to a roller brush to make sure that it collects all that hair before the suction can begin. It’s basically a broom and a vacuum all in one handy robot.
A max cleaning mode combined with streamlined air ducts ensure that the Tesvor will pick up all your pet hair without getting clogged. After all, you don’t want to spend all your time unsnarling pet hair from your robot. Future problems, yo.
Dual rotating sweepers gather all your pet hair and then are sucked up via the powerful motor. All that pet hair is then filtered through the HEPA filter to ensure that not only will you have a clean home, but that you can breathe easier too.
This robot vacuum makes a point of specifically being powerful enough to pick up every last particle of pet hair. That’s a bold claim, but it does offer multiple modes of cleaning, including a “spot” mode, which means that it will work over any particular trouble spots to make sure that there’s not even a memory of your pet’s hair left.
Multiple brushes? Check. Powerful suction? Check. HEPA filter? Check. All the ingredients are here to ensure that the Mooka I3 cleans up after your pet. And when it starts to run low on power, it automatically returns to its docking station so you don’t have to worry about it.
I mean it has “pet hair” right in the name. Featuring suction that is four times the power of ordinary robot vacuums, this bad boy also has a huge internal dustbin, which means that you won’t have to constantly be emptying it or worrying that it doesn’t have any more room for your pet’s constantly shedding hair.
This monster is more expensive, but that’s because it’s built to handle any job you can throw at it – including all your pet hair. It has both an economy and a turbo mode, so you can decide how hard you need it to work. And in turbo mode, it will pick up every stray hair that it can find, which will be all the hair since it scans and maps the room as it goes. It also works with Alexa which makes it that much easier to integrate into your smart – and hairless – home.
Of course, you may be looking for something a bit less expensive, and robot vacuums don’t come any less expensive than this. At least not ones of this quality. For a great price, you get a robot vacuum that won’t clog and will filter all the allergens out of all that hair with its HEPA filter. It may be a little smaller, and it may not be as expensive, but don’t overlook this kickass little bot.
Roomba is king of the robot castle, and the Roomba 980 is the king of kings. That means it’s also expensive as hell. But it also also means that it will pick up all your pet hair and then when it’s done, it will climb your pet and shave it bald.
Okay fine, I may be making that last part up. But, for real, this is the best of the best and if you really, really want the job done right, invest in this bad boy, put him to work, and never worry about pet hair again.
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