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Top 3 robot vacuums for all homeowners - a review of 2021

What is the Top Rated Vacuum Cleaner, if not the ones that make your floors looking flawlessly clean without any effort. Robot vacuums are designed to do just that! That’s why we’ve rounded up only the three best models for different needs in this review. Without further ado, let’s take a look!

1. iRobot Roomba i7+


• Dimensions: 13.34’’ x 13.34’’ x 3.63’’

• Weight: 7.44 pounds

• vSLAM smart navigation and i7+ maps for efficient cleaning

• Premium 3-Stage Cleaning System

• Automatically empty dust

• Warranty: 1 year


The Roomba i7+ boasts a smart navigation system, offering impressive cleaning capabilities, so it can map your home to vacuum every little corner quickly. This little robot navigates through obstacles and narrow areas to pick up dirt and debris on all timber, tile, and carpet floors with a circular design. More importantly, the machine is equipped with two rollers - so it has more refined grooves - which significantly improves the dust pickup.

The i7+ earns its rating as the best rated vacuum for its innovation. The device’s dustbin was redesigned to allow easier emptying, both manually and automatically. Thanks to a new vacuum port located in the dock, it picks up all content in the dust bin into the Clean Base. After storing here for 30 days, owners will be alerted to replace the bag via the connected iRobot app.

2. Neato Botvac D7 Connected


• Dimensions: 12.5'' x 13.2'' x 3.9 ''

• Weight: 8 pounds

• Multiple floor plans

• Eco/Turbo cleaning modes

• Run time: 120 minutes

• Laser-guided mapping technology

• No-go lines feature

The Neato D7 comes with a D-shaped design, ensuring perfect cleaning results. One of its notable features is the “no-go lines," - allow you to create a boundary of certain areas in your home that you want it to stay out of. D7 is certainly not the first robot outfitted with this function, but it’s worth mentioning here because it works really well.

The list of The Best Vacuum Cleaner always includes D7 as this smart device also performs excellently on pet hair as it can pick up embedded pet fur in hard-to-reach places, like baseboards, dark corners, under the sofa, or chairs. The machine's unique shape is what makes it stand out from other round-shaped robots.

While other robot vacuums do not clean the floors very well because they move around your house randomly, Neato engineers used laser-guided mapping technology. It intelligently maps your home to create a straight line instead of random patterns like other robots do. In doing so, this robot vacuum leaves no dust untouched.

3. Roborock S6 MaxV


• Dimensions: 19.4'' x 15.9'' x 6.1''

• Weight: 12.1 pounds

• Washable HEPA filter

• Multi-level mapping

• LiDAR navigation technology

• Auto top-up


If you reckon that the best vacuum in the world should be the smartest one, then this Roborock S6 is undoubtedly the tool you’re looking for. Thanks to the High-precision LiDAR navigation, it can avoid objects and obstacles. As it requires little to no supervision, you can have an efficient routine cleaning schedule, depending on your specific needs.

Getting on your knees to mop every single room is probably the thing of the past. With a high-capacity 297ml electronic water tank, you can schedule mopping and set various water flow levels for each room, depending on how you want it to be cleaned. When cleaning spacious areas, the S6 will automatically return to the dock to top up the battery and continue vacuuming where it left off. S6 is a brilliant device - a perfect companion for any homeowners.

The bottom line

In recent years, best vacuum cleaner reviews usually include at least one robot vacuum in their list. Robots are intuitive, innovative and set us from the tedious and time-consuming tasks of keeping our house clean. I hope you find this review helpful. If you do, please click the share button.
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Re: Print 3D models to sell

Post by AndyJ »

Hi artemisclark,

Assuming that you produce the designs yourself or have permission to use someone else's work, this should be OK. However be careful to base your designs on a number of source materials, as copying a single photograph, for instance, would infringe the copyright of the photographer. There is a specific reference in the Copyright Designs and Patents Act about making a 3D model from a 2D source (section 17(3)).

There is no legal protection in UK law for a person's likeness, although you do need to be careful not to imply that the person portrayed has endorsed or authorised the product. Although the Data Protection Act 2018 and the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) cover many personal characteristics, including physical appearance, photographs and 3D renditions of a person have not so far been included, specifically, as personal data. That said, the law in this area is developing fairly rapidly, and so if someone wanted to object to the way that you had portrayed them, that might lead to a test claim. However that aspect of the law falls well outside the purpose of this forum and so I wouldn't want to comment further on that.
Advice or comment provided here is not and does not purport to be legal advice as defined by s.12 of Legal Services Act 2007
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