iRobot Roomba s9+ (9550) Robot Vacuum & Braava Jet m6 (6112) Robot Mop Bundle – Wi-Fi Connected, Smart Mapping, Powerful Suction, Precision Jet Spray, Corners & Edges, Ideal for Multiple Rooms
|Model Name||IRobot® Roomba® s9+ (9550) Robot Vacuum & Braava jet® m6 (6102) Robot Mop bundle|
|Surface Recommendation||Hard Floor|
|Product Dimensions||22.64'L x 16.53'W x 20.87'H|
|Controller Type||Vera, Amazon_alexa|
- CLEANS UP AFTER YOU, AND ITSELF – Forget about vacuuming for months at a time with the Clean Base Automatic Dirt Disposal that allows the s9 to empty itself for up to 60 days..Runtime : 120 minutes
- DEEPEST CLEAN – With 40x the suction power, the superior 3-Stage Cleaning System lifts, loosens, then eliminates debris and pet hair from deep within your carpets. Automatically increases suction to clean even deeper with power boost technology.
- DETAILED POWERFUL CLEAN – PerfectEdge Technology with advanced sensors and a specially designed Corner Brush optimize cleaning deep into corners and along edges. Ideal for homes with pets. 30% wider Dual Rubber Brushes don’t get tangled with pet hair.
- THE ULTIMATE ROBOT MOP – The Braava jet m6 robot mops like you would. You can tell it where and when to clean, and Precision Jet Spray helps tackle sticky messes and kitchen grease.
- MOPPING THAT FITS SEAMLESSLY INTO YOUR LIFE – Ideal for multiple rooms and larger spaces. Navigates around objects and under furniture. Cleans finished hard floors including hardwood, tile and stone.
- GUIDED BY SERIOUS SMARTS – With vSLAM navigation, the s9 and Braava jet m6 learn the layout of your home and build personal Smart Maps, enabling them to expertly clean and navigate in neat, efficient rows.
- VACUUM OR MOP MESSES IN THE MOMENT – A simple request to your voice assistant or via the iRobot Home app enables the s9 or Braava jet m6 to clean messes for you, right when they happen — immediately clean that spot and consider it done.
- COMPLETE CONTROL OF YOUR CLEAN – With Smart Mapping, your robot knows your kitchen from your living room, so you can decide where it cleans and when. And with Keep Out Zones, your robot knows to avoid sensitive areas like pet bowls or play areas.
- A CLEAN UNIQUE TO YOU – The Roomba s9 robot vacuum and Braava jet m6 robot mop are smarter than ever, learning where and when you normally clean and suggesting personalized schedules so you can focus on everything else.
- ALWAYS GETTING SMARTER – Quality that lasts. Intelligence that grows. Equipped with advanced hardware capable of providing the intelligent features you love today, and access to our latest advancements in the future.
Device detailed description
The Dream Team of Clean. With Imprint Link Technology, the Roomba s9+ robot vacuum and Braava jet m6 robot mop team up to vacuum then mop automatically in perfect sequence, giving your floors a comprehensive clean with just a command to your voice assistant or in the app. With breakthrough Imprint Technology, we’re building a world where robots intelligently communicate with each other and the rest of your connected home. Because our goal is not just to create a home that’s smarter–it’s to create a home that takes care of itself. Our newest most advanced bundle. The world’s best robot vacuum paired with the ultimate robot mop.
Features and specification
|Brand Smart devices brand|
|Integration Supported smart home integration|
|Interface Smart device connectivity interface|
|Manufacturer Smart device manufacturer|
|Country of Origin|
|Color Available colors|
1 year limited.
22.64 x 16.53 x 20.87 inches
|Batteries Type of batteries used|
|Number Of Pieces||
IRobot® Roomba® s9+ (9550) Robot Vacuum & Braava jet® m6 (6102) Robot Mop bundle
Roomba S9+, Braava Jet M6
|Battery Cell Composition|
Frequently asked question
This Robot Bundle comes with all the necessary accessories for operation of both robots. This includes 2 Dirt Disposal Bags, 1 Extra High-Efficiency Filter, 1 Extra Corner Brush, 2 Single-Use Wet Mopping Pad, 2 Single-Use Dry Sweeping Pad, 4oz. Cleaning Solution Sample Bottle.
S9 will be fine. The m6 is a very basic mop. I have it set up to run 2 days a week and I g through the house once a month with an actual mop. This does save me time. It will not get into grout lines its 100% for LVP or wood floors.
First, did you let it map the kitchen? If not, then I would suggest that you put something to block it from going into the living room. This will allow the mop to map the kitchen. Then you will be able to tell it to mop the kitchen. If you have mapped the kitchen before, then use the room divider to put the stop mar… see more First, did you let it map the kitchen? If not, then I would suggest that you put something to block it from going into the living room. This will allow the mop to map the kitchen. Then you will be able to tell it to mop the kitchen. If you have mapped the kitchen before, then use the room divider to put the stop marks on the map so the that mop will only go in the kitchen.
The S9+ is very loud, compared to other modern vacuums. Realize that this vacuum has been out for a few years now, but It is still the reigning champ as far as cleaning goes.
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Overall, I like this vacuum - but the mop is still a work in progress.
These are expensive devices. With that said, it places a high bar on what we expect these devices to do.
I didn’t expect miracles, but I have significant floor space, and we NEED to reduce the time required to maintain this house. If I deep mop the entire floor, it will use the entire reservoir and then some. Filling up the reservoir takes a lot less time than cleaning the whole floor. Plus, because it can go under our furniture (we adjusted some shelves, but otherwise it was readily able to go under most of our furniture already), it cleans areas that we wouldn’t clean most times. That is a great positive, but it couldn’t get by without some negatives. And that came when around half of the reservoir was used to finish the floor. I didn’t think anything about it at the time, but found out at the next mopping that the reservoir must be full to mop. It refused to do anything with half a tank. I even have a specific area that uses less than that (and I want it mopped more frequently), but that idea was a no go.
Setting up the zone was a little rough as well. Because our area is large enough to require more than a reservoir to clean (on the lightest cleaning settings), we found that the mop would start all over when we filled it up. For those with smaller areas, this is less likely to be an issue. We attempted to set the mop to ONLY map after that – but it still sprayed as it went about its business.
So our first mopping resulted in some REALLY clean areas – and some completely missed areas. The mapping should probably be done WITHOUT cleaning (says faster) to start. After the mapping is done, zones can be set up so that the mop can be directed to clean as required. Large areas make this quite necessary. After the mapping was done, we set up zones, and found that a much better way to mop = aside from the fact that a partially empty reservoir requires a complete refill – even if there is enough to complete another zone.
I haven’t done much in terms of reusing the mop heads. I have a floor steamer, and I would pull the head off and throw them in the washer – then reuse. But for this mop head, it indicates that it is hand wash only. That is a serious drawback. Design wise, if the mop had a locking mechanism for velcro, the mop head could be safe for the washer. This makes the cost AND the waste of the mop significantly higher than it needs to be. Anything that made cleaning better so it could be reused would be beneficial.
They also indicate that you MUST use proprietary (read – expensive) cleaners. Online, many consumers indicate that they use much cheaper solutions with no problems.
Now for quirks I didn’t see coming. The mop gave up in the middle of a cleaning. It said that it was too dark, and just canceled the cleaning. This means that, while the mop is quiet, it really doesn’t like to clean in the dark. Since I don’t want lights on by where people sleep, it does limit mopping at night (though the restriction is similar to the vacuum – though for entirely different reasons [Read Below for Vacuum review]). Also, it hates chairs. They do work around chairs, but not well. We just move all chairs from tables and areas that are more prone to dirt prior to cleaning. It isn’t just slow, it takes like 10x the time when a chair is identified. And that means – it will still be that slow if the chair is moved. The mop doesn’t really recognize that the chair has moved.
Considering all the issues , this mop is really short of my expectations. I would say 3 stars.
That said, the Vacuum is the more expensive of this bundle. And it does better. Ultimately, leaving this bundle as a 4-Star rating.
It is loud, but the base is on the opposite side of the house as the sleeping areas. So I don’t have an issue running the vacuum in those areas while people are sleeping. Even with how loud the base is, it isn’t an issue for us (though I can understand that it could be for some). The mapping took forever, though to be fair, we did it with a cleaning. I have to recommend that people do a MAPPING run before cleaning. It may even be best to clean before mapping (Counterintuitive right!)
Overall, it cleans well. It has some quirks where it will get stuck or run over some stuff that needs to be manually removed. Like (oddly enough) – how the vacuum can’t go into the bathroom. It will see the floor mat and stop working. Other things I would expect are when an object is just the right size for the vacuum to pick up – but not fully suck up. It can get stuck in the roller. Then the vacuum waits for the user to clear everything to resume operation. I haven’t had permanent damage to the rollers when this happens, but I am aware of the complaint from other users. We try and pick up ALL big objects prior to vacuuming.
Better yet, we try to encourage not having stuff on the floor to begin with. IF this seems like an impossibility, then these vacuums may not be for you. However, if you are organized and disciplined enough to have everything removed from the floor that shouldn’t be vacuumed, it is good.
Even so, bigger toys that are a couple inches wide have been identified by the vacuum, but it stopped sucking it up and moved on quickly. Honestly, I was happy with the outcome. Overall, I like the vacuum. I haven’t had to change the bag in the base yet, and I hope that it won’t be too wasteful, but it really saves us a lot of time. And we are really happy with the results. It doesn’t replace all vacuuming and cleaning, but it really does the 90% well.07/13/2022Verified Purchase
5 Stars but Some Improvements Needed
This product is amazing. Seriously. I have a 1000 sqft apartment with many rooms and differing floors types and both the S9 vacuum as well as the M6 mop perform excellently.
I’m a big fan of IoT (lighting, security, climate control, device handoff, sound systems, etc) and automation in general and just had to try this duo. I’ll start with the S9, then the M6, and then review of the app.
The S9 has incredible suction power which can be adjusted depending on your needs. It knows what surface it’s on and adjusts accordingly. It’s very intelligent at getting out of corners, under furniture, over small cables. The mapping capabilities are excellent, with some kinks to we worked out on the app side. More on that later. If it can’t finish and area with the charge it has, it will go back home to charge before continuing where it left off. It does make a good bit of noise, even on standard suction, but if you run the S9 when you’re out of the house like I do, this usually isn’t an issue (for reference it’s still quieter than a standard plug-in vacuum). I have had some issues with the device getting stuck, but these things will never be perfect. Usually if this occurs it’s because furniture had been moved too close to other furniture or things have been left on the floor such as clothing.
For the M6 mop, all of the same comments above apply with the exception of noise – it’s nearly silent besides the device actually moving around. It does an excellent job of recognizing what is carpet and what is everything else. Like the S9, it even detects tougher spots that may require a second pass or stronger scrub. The only obvious feature of the M6 that does require more tending to than the S9 is the fact that the water & concentrate need to be added manually and more frequently. You obviously don’t have a way to fill it automatically and no debris is being “picked up” for it to go dump somewhere like the S9 does, so I usually run the mop bi-weekly as opposed to the S9 running 3 times per week.
Really, the most important part of my review is the following section highlighting the beauty (and slight shortcomings) of the app and the connectivity of these devices.
In chronological order of my experience, the setup process for these devices is super straightforward. As long as you have ample connectivity throughout your home, these devices live-update seamlessly. When one device maps, it updates the map across both devices. If you’re impatient like me, I strongly recommend using the “mapping runs” initially so that the devices display your home in a plan view quickly and allow you to select your rooms, your “no-clean” zones early on. Otherwise, you’ll just have to let them clean while mapping, which honestly isn’t a big deal if you’re willing to wait. This brings up the first shortcoming of the app. iRobot makes reporting issues super easy on the app, however, I have had no luck with them actually fixing the things I’ve reported. The best example is that when my robots performed their mapping runs at the beginning, they created a “room” that is totally separated from the rest of the home. The cause of the issue stemmed from the robots trying to map every nook and cranny and when they went down a small path that appeared to be separated from the room, the robots did not properly register that this area was in fact connected to the closet. I’ve reported this issue several times with no luck, but it really hasn’t caused any issues. Other beautiful features of the app include health-metrics on the devices which tell you when you need to replace/refill items or even just clean them yourself if that is all that’s required. I got updates on what room they’re cleaning real-time and when a job is successfully completed (or why it wasn’t successfully completed to impediment etc). You can create schedules, automations, tell them clean areas locally, and much more. You can specify how they clean specific areas – like for example if you want the device to use high suction and 2-passes for a kitchen vs low-suction and 1 pass for a closet.
A feature I’d like to see added would be potentially a live feed camera (assuming the hardware is capable) so that I can actually see what the robots are doing.
Honestly there’s a lot more I could write but if you’ve made it this far you should really have all the important stuff you need to know! 10/10 recommend if you’re a clean freak and you’re good with gadgets/automation. I can see how this might not be the most friendly device to those who aren’t at least decent with technology or generally clean/organized in the first place, but I think part of the beauty is that this thing can be used no matter what your experience level is what I’ve what mentioned.
Thanks for coming to my TedTalk and I hope you enjoyed the read06/21/2022Verified Purchase