BISSELL - SmartClean 1605 Self-Charging Robot Vacuum - Titanium/Disco Teal
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Save time on your chores by allowing this robot vacuum to clean for you
With just the touch of a button, you can send this vacuum to remove dirt, dust and debris from multiple surfaces in your home.
Tackle bare floors, carpet, tiles, laminates and areas under furniture
Multisurface cleaning allows the vacuum to self-adjust to changing floor types, and Opticlean optical sensors seek out dirt to efficiently clean high-traffic areas.
Easily clean hard-to-reach areas
Triple-Action Cleaning System with dual spinning edge brushes lets you vacuum near walls and tight spaces. A rotating brushroll easily lifts debris, and powerful suction pulls particles into the dust bin.
Clean specific rooms
Invisible Wall technology keeps the vacuum in the rooms you want. Note: Invisible Wall requires 4 AA batteries (not included).
Ensure the vacuum won't damage your furniture or baseboards.
Automatically docks and recharges
When the 14.8V rechargeable lithium-ion battery is out of power, the vacuum returns to the home base and replenishes.
No messy bags to change
Easily empty the dust bin when it's full to simplify maintenance.
- SmartClean Robot Vacuum
- Rechargeable lithium-ion battery
- Edge-cleaning brushes
- Programmable docking station, power adapter
- Invisible Wall
- Owner's manual
FeaturesQuality4 out of 5Valuefor Price4 out of 5Performance4 out of 5Features4 out of 5
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Awesome Robotic Vacuum Assistance For My HomePosted .
I’ve had the Bissell Smartclean Robot Vacuum for two weeks now and it is an excellent robotic vacuum that offers great suction, ease of use, several different modes, great battery life, and an awesome auto-docking feature. When opening the box you will be greeted by the robot itself, a power adapter, the battery, two edge cleaning brushes, an “invisible wall”, the docking station, and documentation. The battery is 2800 mAh and Bissell says that you will be able to get up to 80 minutes of runtime, I’ve had no issues with the battery dying on me and would say that their estimate is quite accurate. Charging time is around 3.5 hours from 0-100%. The robot has 5 different cleaning modes consisting of spiral, along the wall, “z” formation, random, and auto. You can configure between 30, 45, 60 minutes of cleaning, in addition to until the battery runs out. There’s also an option to change between normal and turbo suction modes. The robot has a bumper on the front of it which allows it to detect and go around objects in its path. The edge brushes underneath the device let the robot clean the edges of walls and other crevices. They work very well and can get further into the crevices than normal upright vacuums. The main brush itself is also very good. I ran the Bissell Smartclean after running my Dyson on carpet, and the Smartclean picked up more pet hair and dirt even after running the Dyson, that’s impressive. The brush will however get tangled with hair if you have a shedding pet. I’ve had to cut off the hair from the brush a few times now, it hasn't much of an inconvenience as I’ve had to do that with my Dyson, but just something to be aware of. The waste bin can hold a decent amount of debris and is as simple to clean as, emptying the bin and washing the filter with water. The “invisible wall” is great for when you have a room you don’t want the robot to clean. It takes 4 AA batteries and prevents the robot from entering the room. The docking station has the ability to charge the robot and configure when the robot will clean on its own each day. You do not need to charge the robot from the docking station, the robot itself has a charging port that can be used. As mentioned, you can set the robot to automatically return to the docking station to recharge on its own. Some of the most impressive features of the robot include the automatic return to docking station, the ability to detect stairs before it drives over them, and an easy to understand manual the details each error code you may encounter. It also doesn’t make as much noise as my Dyson, you’re able to watch TV while having the vacuum running. Overall, this is a fantastic autonomic vacuum cleaner that you don’t have to worry about. It’s nice being able to come home to a clean home after work each day. It has great suction and cleaning power that overshadows my mighty Dyson. It’s very flexible with the different modes it has and can be configured to meet your needs.
FeaturesQuality4 out of 5Valuefor Price4 out of 5Performance4 out of 5Features4 out of 5I would recommend this to a friend
FeaturesQuality3 out of 5Features4 out of 5Performance3 out of 5Valuefor Price3 out of 5
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Entertaining but impracticalPosted .
Here are my thoughts after using the Bissell Smartclean robotic vacuum for about a week. When I first setup the vacuum and began its initial charge, I got an "E6" error code ("battery not installed properly"), so I doublechecked it to make sure it was inserted properly with the correct polarity, which is was, plugged it in to start charging and got the error code again so not sure why this was happening. Eventually it started to charge and the error code went away, but that was rather confusing. The power switch must be set to "on" in order for the vacuum to charge, so in other words, you basically have to leave it turned on all the time. During the initial charge, there were blue LED numbers on the unit but I'm not sure what they were telling me since they are not mentioned in the instruction manual. Regarding the manual, it gives some basic setup information but it does not provide much detail with regard to operating the vacuum. I found the manual to be lacking in explanation. Let's move on to how it actually performed. First of all, its fairly loud so its probably best if you program it to run when no one is around or when you are watching TV, etc. As it starts its cycle, I must say its pretty interesting to watch it operate. My kids and my dogs were just as entertained and interested in watching what it was going to do next as I was :) You find yourself kind of rooting for the little thing when it, for example, gets underneath the dining room table and tries to move itself around and through the chair and table legs. Come on little guy, you can get out of there! But then when it just can't seem to get out from under the table after a few minutes I would pick it up and help it move on its way but that produces an "E4" error code ("Unit picked up from the floor") and when you set it back down the cycle stops, therefore, you have to reset it and start it from the beginning of its cycle again. After watching it for about 5 or 10 minutes the entertainment factor wears off so I'd go about my business and let it do its thing. I'd check on it periodically and found that it would sometimes seem to get confused or stuck in certain locations (like under tables), and its success rate in re-docking itself into the docking station was about 50% so sometimes I'd have to help it get properly seated. I would check its performance after a cycle and could see that it certainly was picking up debris when emptying its dust bin. We have mostly woodfloors on our main level with some throw rugs and the vacuum was good at picking up dog hair, especially from the rugs. But it definitely required cleaning the hairs from the brush roller as well as emptying the bin after every use/cycle. I don't think its possible for it to clean the corners of rooms since the device is round and backs off immediateley when it touches or approaches a wall. After a cycle I could still see some debris on the floors so I guess I could either increase the length of a cycle or change its pattern, not sure. But overall I honestly think robotic vacuums like this are more gimmick than a useful cleaning device. Yes, it is somewhat entertaining to watch it, but the truth is it doesn't do that great of a job at actually keeping our floors clean. You could vacuum your floors yourself in far less time than this thing does, but I guess that defeats the purpose of having a device that does it for you. In fairness, I have only used it for about a week so perhaps my thoughts will change over time and if they do I will update this review. But at this point I would not recommend it from a price-to-performance standpoint.
FeaturesQuality3 out of 5Features4 out of 5Performance3 out of 5Valuefor Price3 out of 5No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Decent Robotic VacuumPosted .
Bissel Smartclean Review On arrival the unit was packaged very nicely, pretty well protected. The side brushes are underneath the unit, and the battery is in the top portion of the box, it is not installed inside the unit so be sure to locate and install it. The side brushes were very easy to install, just line up and snap in place, couldn't be simpler. The unit has a power port so you can plug it into the AC adapter directly if for some reason the dock isn't working or if you don't have a convenient place to put the unit and would rather run it manually. Setting the clock on the base unit was very straight forward, pretty much like any other digital clock we've had over the last 20 years. Press "Set" and the icons start blinking in the LCD display, then "select" is used to move between HR,Min, and Day of Week, couldn't be easier. There is an invisible wall unit included and it takes 4 AA batteries, this is used for areas you don't want it to venture into and works like it should from the little bit of testing I gave it. Our house is tile and laminate throughout, no carpeting except for area and throw rugs with very short pile. One of our throw rugs has some 3-4" long fringe on both ends and that did trip it up, but instead of getting completely tangled and shutting down it immediately stopped, turned off the vacuum and brush the reversed itself making a rocking side to side motion and freed itself, "pretty neat seeing this", but this is also a reminder that you need to remove any rugs like that or use the invisible wall to block off that area. We also have a medium sized indoor dog that sheds quite a bit and figured this would help keep the huge dust bunnies in check and it did. I really like that fact that it got under the coffee and end tables, as well as under the bed and dresser. As long as there's enough height for this to clear it will go under and clean up everything really well. The dogs waterbowl was something i wanted to see if it would hit hard enough to spill and thankfully it didn't. I've noticed it's sensors work pretty well when approaching objects then slowing down till the bumper barely touches, It made just a slight ripple in the water, and no sloshing it out. The dust bin is a little small but I've owned other robotic vacuums "3" to be exact and they were smaller, I was pleasantly surprised by that. What I do like about it over the others is that the bin comes straight out of the top in a litte container with folding handle and lid. This makes it very easy to dump without spilling stuff all over the place and the one thing I really dislike about another brand of robotic vac we currently have. With this one the filter is inside the dustbin and snaps right out for cleaning, it has a lot larger surface area than the other ones we have but you will want to purchase at least one spare as you'll want to brush or blow it off after each use as it gets really clogged with fine dust and fuzz, which also means it's doing it's job. The side brushes "two of them" one on each side, stick out a lot further than the competetors brand, and really get along edges of cabinets and walls. They also bring debris around to the small center mounted brushe for pickup. The main brush is about half the length of the competetors model but I think this would help give it more suction than spreading out over a larger area, will know more after we've used it awhile. Another thing I really like is the ability to adjust the suction "fan" speed of the motor, there's a "Turbo" setting and normal, the turbo is really handy if your floor is dirty or are cleaning carpeted areas. I can't report how well this does on actual carpet as we have none, but for bare floors, and throw rugs with short pile it does a good job. As for programming it, it's also pretty straight forward, "just read the manual", for me it wasn't hard to set up at all. Also, as for how long the battery last, I have it running on 45minute intervals and it hasn't run out of power during those cycles, I can't run a full hour with the fan being set on turbo, I should run that long if the fan were set to normal. The automatic return to base works well as long as it's not too far away before it runs out of power. Be sure to read the instructions on setting up the base unit and you have proper clearances around it. Overall I would have to give this a buy and try rating, it works very good for us in our situation. This probably won't replace regular vacuuming but it sure helps keep things clean in between.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Great performance and valuePosted .
When I got this vacuum, I was under no impression that it would replace my existing upright vacuum. However, I was not aware that is would do so well and cover so much area. For me, I live in a 12XX sq/ft apartment and I have young children. So, with that you have some additional challenges that the average user will not face. Specifically, toys, small food spills that you don't notice right off, toys, various furniture obstacles, and of course the toys. So, right out of the box I thought I would challenge the vacuum and put it on the maximum setting and see what it would do. For the maximum, it will go as long as it can and will still return to the charging area. This is of course is after I allowed it to charge while the vacuum is off and not connected to the charging hub. To my amazement, the thing does it. I set it so it could go anywhere it wants to randomly and it did. All over the living room, dining room, kitchen, hallways and into bedrooms. It covered some distance and it did it over carpet, wood flooring and laminate. Granted, it goes slower over the carpet, but it handled it well. The results, it charges itself. Runs when I schedule it to, and goes home each time. It does exactly as it is programed to do. Each time. Each run, I get about a handful of waste in the onboard bagless container. The container is EASY to empty, and it has a filter that is easy to remove and clean. As I mentioned before, toys are all over my place because my little 2 1/2 year old cannot allow there to be any sort of order in my house. She is into age appropriate toys, which tend to be larger. The vacuum will see the larger ones and avoid them. Sometimes it will run into them and back away to find another path. Other times it just push it until it runs into something else and reroutes itself. For the most part, this is not the problem and it handles the obstacles well. The challenges come from the tween and his room. The 11 year old is no that best at picking up after himself at times. If he leaves clothing on the floor, rest assured the vacuum will find it and suck it up. Will it damage the clothing? No. But it will suck it up, get caught and at times drag it. I have seen the vacuum get caught up on a shirt my son left on the floor and continue to try and work. It had a hard time moving and all of a sudden the wheels lost traction and it was like a 2X4 truck in the mud. Then all of a sudden something interesting and unexpected happened. The suction stopped. At first I thought that was a bad thing then I continued to watch it and learned why. The vacuum started to move again allowing it to release the shirt and move on like it was never there. The vacuum suction started again immediately and it moved on. That was cool. So, this little all terrain vacuum handles the day to day work well for your mail traffic areas. It is challenged by the table and chairs in the dining room and the living room furniture. It still tried to go under and around it, but it will not cover all the areas. The little whiskers that pull the debris into the suction area of the vacuum really try to get things, but no matter what it will not get EVERYTHING. The vacuum is not going to substitute for a full size vacuum for a better deep cleaning. It will be needed for the corners and other hard to get areas. And you will still have to move some furniture to get the dust under it and behind it. The little vacuum will go under the edges, but not too far under things. The sensors realize it and will reverse out of it most times. I think it sees dark are reroutes. Finally, as I mentioned I live in an apartment right now and I would be willing to bet this thing would do even more in a larger open area. Still, for me and my family it is worth it and it takes most of the vacuuming burden off us. It is completely self efficient and programable to your schedule. I don't know how it will do with pets, because I don't have any. For the price, this vacuum is about $100 or more cheaper than the other brands you see on TV and in the stores. The features are the same when you read them and it looks just as nice. So, in my opinion this vacuum has more bang for the buck if you are money conscious. This is my first experience with a robot vacuum and I and really into having a connected home. This fits well into my lifestyle and that of my family. Meaning I trust it to do the job on its own while nobody is home during the day and I don't worry about it. The only thing you need to do is make sure there are no major obstacles in its way and that you have made sure the bag is empty so won't fill up. Do the basic maintenance on the machine and I feel it will last for a long time. I am very impressed with it and I would definitely buy it again and recommend it to a friend.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
A great robot assistantPosted .
We live out in the country with three indoor cats and an indoor/outdoor black Lab, so I knew our house would challenge this vacuum. After charging it and picking up a few things on our tile floor utility room and kitchen, I turned it loose. It really did surprisingly well. It’s not going to replace a thorough, human-powered floor cleaning, but if you want an assistant to keep things civilized in between cleanings, this is the robot you’re looking for. Having had some experience with older robot vacuums (7 or 8 years ago), I was pleasantly surprised by some of the features and improvements with this model. It moves faster across the floor, is lighter and shorter, and it also seems “smarter” in its pattern of movement and obstacle avoidance. The default mode seems to be random where it switches between modes, and this worked pretty well. When it went into the “along the wall” mode, the edge cleaning brushes grabbed all the pet hair it could reach against the wall and also under the edges of the washer and dryer. Given our environment, the dust bin did fill up quickly with pet hair. I had to empty it every 15 minutes or so. Once caught up with the cleaning, though, I expect this won’t be a problem when it runs a couple of times per week on a schedule. I don’t mean to gross anyone out, but I’ve included a picture of the dust bin the first time it filled up. I think it’s impressive how much it picked up. This leads to the next thing I liked about the vacuum. While small, the dust bin and filter were super easy to take out, empty, and clean. I keep an old toothbrush around to lightly brush hair off the filter. The plastic bin is easy to rinse off. Most importantly to me, the roller brush on the bottom is very easy to pop out and clean. The bristles are far enough apart that you can easily pull hair from the roller and have it looking like new. Literally, in 2 or 3 minutes, I can have everything emptied, cleaned, and ready to go again. This is something I couldn’t do with the older robots. It does have a few limitations, though. It seems to clean best on hard floors, but it doesn’t do too well with throw rugs. It would go over the thin braid rug in our utility room, but that also caused the robot to leave a trail of pet hair at first. It eventually cleaned it all up, though. In our living area, larger area rugs were thick enough that it treated them like barriers and wouldn’t go over the top. It did do pretty well on a carpeted area, but as I said I think it’s better on hard floors. The edge brushes aren’t too effective on the carpet, and the 4” or so width of the roller brush doesn’t clean a very large area at a time. I’d go insane if I had to do the floor with a 4” brush, but the robot has nothing but time on its hands and doesn’t seem to mind. It eventually covered the whole area and it looked clean. Finally, the docking station placement can be a little tricky. If you have a clear 4’ stretch of wall that happens to have a power outlet, then you’re in business. But if you’re like us, you either have furniture along the wall or stretches of wall space with no power. I finally had to settle for an area that didn’t have quite the recommended clearance, but it was still able to dock. Overall, and given the price, I’d recommend this to someone interested in a robot vacuum. Oh, I almost forgot to include the pet opinions: Two cats run and hide, one cat keeps a close eye on the robot, and the black Lab sleeps through the whole process.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
BISSELL - SmartClean Robot Vacuum - Titanium/DiscoPosted .
The BISSELL - SmartClean Robot Vacuum - Titanium/Disco Teal is an excellent vacuum and it works great on tile and wood floors. I am very pleased with the build quality of this vacuum. It is very well designed and is very solid. The vacuum has a bumper that helps the device navigate around walls, corners and large furniture. The bumper also prevents damage to the device as well as scratches or damage to walls and furniture. The vacuum has two brushes underneath the device to help sweep up dirt or loose sand, dust and or any other debris. The vacuum has settings to control the pattern in which the device cleans and also the power of the suction. This vacuum worked great on my tile floors in our home it effectively picked up litter, loose dirt , dust and cat dander from our pet cat. It is very easy to setup this vacuum the process took less than 6 minutes and the instructions were very easy to follow. Initially you have to charge the vacuum directly from an AC outlet for atleast 5 hours once that initial charge process is complete you can then maintain the charging of this vacuum using the docking station that is supplied with the device. I am very impressed how the vacuum goes back to the docking station to recharge once the assigned task is completed. There is also an invisible wall included with this vacuum that you can use to confine the vacuum to a room and/or a selected area for cleaning. I am very impressed with this vacuum thus far and highly recommend it especially if you have tile and/or wood floors in your home.The only thing that I would love to this vacuum have is a remote control to program and control the device. The vacuum's filter and storage compartment is very easily accessible to discard debris picked up during cleaning. Again I am very pleased with this vacuum and it is a welcome addition to our home.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
great for pet hairPosted .
After receiving the Bissel smartclean robot vacuum I was pretty excited to try it out. The set-up is fairly easy, though it would have been nice to have a "quick set up" guide like most electronics have. It took longer than it should have to figure out where everything goes. The unit does have to charge for a while before first use as well. It comes with a docking station, cord, the vacuum and an invisible wall. Other models have a remote that might actually be handy. The automatic-docking feature is interesting. With a touch of a button you can set it to stop vacuuming (which immediately makes it quieter) and go "home" to it's dock. It takes it a few minutes sometimes depending on how far away it is, but the few times I've tried it the vacuum has always found it's way back. It then sits there and charges until it's ready to use again. It also has a "time remaining" indicator on top that is handy and has been very accurate from my experience. One of the best uses is to set it to run if you're leaving for a while. The docking function is on with the first button press, so it will run until it's almost out of power, then make it's way back to the docking station and will remain there charging until you run it again. I've used this a few times and it has always been in the station charging when I've returned home. You can adjust a few settings on it to make it run in different "patterns" such as an x, z, spiral, random or "along the wall" pattern depending on the size and shape of your room. there is also an "invisible wall" device included which is pretty cool. It blocks the robot from going into certain areas that you'd rather it not try to clean (for us this is our front hallway where shoes, coats and random various things are). It takes batteries and can be set up and "forgotten" about. By far the best use for this is the situation I'm in--hardwood floors with a large dog that sheds a lot (we have a lab). You can run it for an hour to an hour-and-a-half a charge depending on your floors. It takes roughly four hours to fully charge it the first time. We have an area rug that slows the robot down quite a bit. On hardwood floors it picks up a lot of dust and pet hair. After running for 90 minutes the collection bin will definitely be full if you have a pet that sheds. There are a few cons: It is quieter than a standard vacuum, but still noisy enough that you have to talk louder or turn up your TV if you're in the same room. You can't really set it to run and go to sleep unless you're on another floor. It does next to nothing on carpets and doesn't really have the power or battery-life for that kind of use. You do occasionally have to help the robot--it will get tangled on smaller cords, and sometimes can get stuck under things like chairs, though if you give it enough time it does always work its way out. Also, my dog does not like it haha. She is mostly indifferent, but every now and then the robot finds its way to her and she is not happy about it. We've had a few barking spells. Overall if you have a need for this kind of product (and let's face it it's a pretty specific need) then this product will work for you. It will not replace a regular vacuum by any stretch, but it will save you from the dreaded 'daily sweeping of the pet hair' that most pet owners go through.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
A decent entry level robot with limitationsPosted .
The 1605 is Bissell’s entry into the robotic vacuum market and offers a mid-tier feature set for an entry level price. The package includes a wall charger (which is also set up to easily mount to your baseboard and function as a dock for the robot to return to after cleaning), the robot itself, detachable side brushes, and a single “invisible wall” unit intended to confine the robot to a room or portion of a room. The charging base actually includes time/date and scheduling functions, so these are programming on the base rather than the robot. The base causes the robot to initiate the cleaning cycle according to the set schedule. The robot itself appears reasonably well constructed, although the plastic finish can definitely pick up nicks and scratches as the robot knocks into walls, stone fireplaces, etc. The sensor package includes “cliff sensors” on the front and sides (intended to prevent the robot falling down stairs), and a single IR receiver to assist with docking back with the charging base. I was pleasantly surprised to find a Lithium Ion battery rather than the older tech NiMH types I’ve seen on some other models. The underside includes two detachable (for cleaning) side brushes which ostensibly direct dirt from baseboards into the suction intake. The actual intake is slightly more than one-third the width of the unit, so the side brushes are definitely needed to get dirt into the right location. In theory, the unit can automatically switch between several cleaning modes: following walls, a Z pattern, expanding concentric circles, and a random pattern. You can also manually select any one of these modes if you prefer, although I found the unit would override my choice after a while. The unit moves around in what appears to be a random fashion without a systematic approach, frequently going back over ground already covered. In practice, the cleaning experience with the Bissell was inconsistent. I’ve tried the unit in three distinct settings: a relatively clear hardwood kitchen area with an island but no table, a living room with hardwood floor and area rug surrounded by chairs, and a carpeted upstairs landing with adjacent hallway. Here’s what I’ve observed in each situation: 1. Kitchen. The robot did best in this setting, picking up most of the loose dirt on the floor and generally navigating around obstacles well. It ran for about 30 minutes and successfully returned to its base, although it had trouble docking. This might be because I hadn’t attached to dock to the baseboard, but just set it against it. The unit did struggle a little with a thin rug by the kitchen door, but never actually because stuck. 2. Living room. This was the most difficult environment for the unit. It struggled consistently with transitioning from the wood floor to the area rug and was generally unable to climb back up once it got onto the floor. When it was on the rug, it failed to pick up visible loose dirt, including some fluff from the relatively new rug. I had to stop the cleaning cycle manually because it just wasn’t accomplishing anything. The dirt bin was almost empty despite the dirt and fluff on the rug. 3. Upstairs landing. The unit did much better on the carpet upstairs, covering most of the area with its meanderings and leaving the carpet at least appearing cleaner. It did leave behind some visible lose debris despite being on the “turbo” setting. The biggest issue here is that the toward the end of the cycle the unit actually fell down the stairs. The cliff sensors, which appeared to be working find when I first started it, later failed to detect the stairwell and it proceeded to roll down the stairs and stop at the bottom. Give Bissell their due – it appeared undamaged, but obviously it’s not a recipe for feeling confident about letting it work unattended. The dirt bin was nonetheless quite full at the end of the cleaning session, so at least it was vacuuming well. A word about the “invisible wall”: I like the concept of a single “post” that sends out a straight line signal to confine the robot. I didn’t see anywhere in the manual that specified an “effective range”, but in my experience it is limited to about 10 ft. It the opening you’re trying to cut off is wider than that you will need a second unit or some other obstruction. In both my downstairs scenarios, the robot broke through the wall and needed to be physically placed back in the target area. All units of this type have some limitations, but the Bissell does seem to involve more trade-offs than would be ideal. In fairness, it offers reasonable performance for the price if you have cleaning scenarios that are suited to its strengths (smaller areas with hard flooring and no stairs). I’m not sure if software updates are possible on this model, but if so it may be that the pathfinding and cliff sensors improve down the line. As it stands, I would recommend this product for kitchens and hallways or other limited areas that are reasonably free of obstacles, rugs, and steep drops. For more challenging environments, you may be best served with a more advanced (and admittedly more expensive) alternative.No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Q: QuestionDoes this use suction, or just brush motion?I didn't see anything in the literature about this using suction. If it doesn't use suction, then calling it a vacuum is misleading, as it would be just an electric sweeper.
Asked by Holly.
- A:Answer It uses both.
Answered by cwave
Q: QuestionCertain not a sale as its the everyday price st amazon....is it worth the money?. Will I pick up dog hair?
Asked by owlie.
- A:Answer I picked mine up at Best Buy for around $220 I think.. Its worth it and yes I have a dog and it picks up dog hair... good luck !
Answered by TechDweeb
Q: QuestionI have all (soft) fir wood floors, 3 Parrots, and a small breed Dog. I see where this vacume will pick up dog hair but will it pick up after the birds small food bit messes? Also is it gentle on painted wood Base Boards? Thank you
Asked by Whisper.
- A:Answer Yes it will pick up a ton of stuff and I haven't had any problems with damage to base boards at all
Answered by twinmommy14
Q: QuestionI purchased robot vacuum without remote. Can I purchase it separately?I bought robot vacuum but would like a remote. Can I purchase it from you or factory?
Asked by Barbara.
- A:Answer Yes. Get it directly from bissel. They will send you a discount offer if you register your vac online and that will save a couple of bucks. Please note that it is not the best remote.
Answered by Reviewsmith
Q: QuestionCan you buy accessories for this one like brushes and other accessories. Thank you Norman Welborn.
Asked by Debbie.
- A:Answer I don’t know about that but the best accessory to get with this is the 4 year warranty! I use it every 6-12 months. I love this cleaner, it does break easy but with the warranty- it’s great.
Answered by Cvankleek
Asked by Anonymous.
- A:Answer It's probably 3 and a half inches high - a little bit taller than a roll of Charmin is wide. I wouldn't necessarily plan on sending it under couches though - it got confused under my platform bed once and shut down, and was a pleasure to fish out of there.
Answered by BillFromKC