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iRobot Roomba 614 Robot Vacuum- Good for Pet Hair, Carpets, Hard Floors, Self-Charging

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Style: Robot Vacuum


  • 3-Stage cleaning system loosens, lifts, and suctions dirt, dust, and hair from hard floors and carpet.
  • Dual Multi Surface Brushes work together to grab dust, dirt, and large debris; The Auto Adjust cleaning head automatically adapts its height to effectively clean both carpets and hard floors
  • Patented Dirt Detect sensors alert Roomba to work harder on concentrated areas of dirt, such as high traffic zones of your home
  • Full suite of sensors intelligently navigate the robot under and around objects and under furniture to help thoroughly clean your floors
  • Edge Sweeping Brush is specially designed at a 27 degree angle to sweep debris away from edges and corners
  • Runs for upto 90 minutes before automatically docking and recharging.
  • Featuring Roomba Essentials Smart Navigation, Auto Adjust Cleaning Head, Works on Carpets and Hard Floors
  • Box Content: 1 Roomba 614 Robot Vacuum, 1 Home Base Charging Station, 1 North American Line Cord, 1 Extra AeroVac Filter, 1 Brush Cleaning Tool, Owners Guide, Documentation Package


Experience cleaner floors, all at the push of a button with the Roomba 614 robot vacuum. The patented 3-Stage Cleaning System is specially engineered to loosen, lift, and suction everything from small particles to large debris from carpets and hard floors. Dirt Detect sensors alert the Roomba robot vacuum to clean more thoroughly on concentrated areas of dirt. Just press clean and Roomba gets to work.

Brand: iRobot

Model Name: Roomba 614

Surface Recommendation: Carpets,Floors,Tile,Carpet,Floor

Special Feature: 60 minute runtime, Powerful performance, Thorough coverage

Color: Black

Product Dimensions: 18"L x 17"W x 5"H

Controller Type: Remote Control

Included Components: Home Base Charging Station, Owner's Guide and Documentation Package, 1 Extra Filter, Manufacturer's Warranty, Roomba 614 Robot Vacuum

Filter Type: Disk

Battery Life: 90 minutes

Battery Cell Composition: Lithium Ion

Item Weight: 11.5 Pounds

Are Batteries Included: Yes

Control Method: Touch

Product Dimensions: 17 x 18 x 5 inches

Item Weight: 11.5 pounds

Manufacturer: iRobot

Country of Origin: Malaysia

Item model number: R614020

Batteries: 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No

Specific instructions for use: Hardwood, Tile, Linoleum and Carpet

Assembly required: No

Batteries required: Yes

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Top Amazon Reviews

  • important to thoroughly clean Roomba after each use
Style: Roomba 614
The Roomba is very thorough at vacuuming. If there is dirt, including hair, the Roomba will vacuum it up. The most surprising aspect io the Roomba is how much I enjoy letting it vacuum! The Roomba always shows a good attitude, and never tires of vacuuming an area. I named my Roomba "Chirpy" because gives a little "chirp" when it docks after vacuuming. Two downsides: 1. this model only speaks Spanish when it announces an error message. 2. It is really important to thoroughly clean the Roomba's wheels, filter, and brush roller after each use,. Fortunately, the instruction booklet gives complete cleaning instructions. Thorough cleaning of the Roomba keeps the Roomba working it its best. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on March 10, 2023 by A B

  • This doesn’t replace a regular vacuum BUT it makes life a lot easier
Style: Robot Vacuum
We have a 950 sq ft home and with 3 adults, 3 long haired dogs and 2 cats fur is a constant never ending issue for us. I have some mobility problems and vacuuming daily is not an option. I had a robot vacuum years ago and didn’t keep it because it wasn’t a good model and frankly I was unaware that there is constant work needed to keep a robot vac running well. I decided to try one more time and am so glad I did. This tiny vacuum does a great job for us. It picks up so much fur and dirt it’s amazing. Pros- Picks up a ton of fur and filth Runs itself until battery is low then docks to recharge Is simple to use Parts that get clogged with fur (yes, if you have pets, it WILL get clogged up) are easy to dissemble to remove fur clumps Filter is easy to remove and clean. I use canned air out on the back porch, takes under a minute Cons- Loudness is similar to a regular vacuum, if running it while home it can be annoying Thats the only con I can come up with. It needs frequent cleaning but thats not really a con to me, my upright vacuum needs to have its rollers cleared after every use too. We use baby gates to keep our dogs on one side of the house when we’re not home, so I like to turn it on when I’m leaving in the morning and it can rip around the family room & kitchen unmolested by the dogs. Then in the evening I put the baby gate back up and let it rip in the hallway & bedrooms. I used this w/o using my upright vacuum for a couple weeks and while it did a great job on the main areas of the floors and rugs, I noticed a lot of tumbleweeds of fur collected in corners where the roomba couldn’t reach it, also on the heat vent returns, this is why I say it can’t replace a regular vacuum being used at least weekly imo. But I have a collie, a sheltie and a long haired doxie so yeah, fur is a thing in my house. It runs around like a drunken sailor and gives me fits when I’m home to see it, I’m always sure it won’t get all the dirt & fur up but eventually it does. I think confining it to smaller areas helps too. Sometimes I close it up in a room and it cleans it so well. It has crawled up walls a little before and gotten stuck a few times but surprisingly not very often. If I’m home while it’s running I always empty the dirt tray after 30 minutes or so. When it runs and nobody is home, the tray is FULL when I empty it. Also, when I run it using a baby gate it often can’t find the dock, not sure why but I just carry it over to the dock. Which reminds me of one thing I wish it had-a study carrying handle would be so nice. I carry it to the dock and to the kitchen to clean the rollers etc and would like it a lot more if I didn’t have to awkwardly lug it around. I highly recommend this roomba model, it’s made my housekeeping a lot easier. Edit to add that one day I realized that there is a built in handle! Boy did I feel dumb when I realized it was there lol. Anyway it’s still working great and carrying it to the kitchen to empty the dust bin is much easier now that I use the handle. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on August 21, 2021 by shelties forever

  • Solid basic robot vacuum for the money - and hasn't fallen to its death yet!
Style: Robot Vacuum
After reviewing many low-end vacuum cleaners and taking into account the performance of an ECOVACS DEEBOT that we have on our first floor, I decided to order the Roomba 614 for our upstairs area since iRobot has an amazing spare parts catalog (including even replacement batteries!) that should help this one to far outlast other entry level robot vacuums. After using it for a few months, I think this makes a great robot vacuum for an apartment, the elderly, or a family's upstairs. Think of the 614 as the iPod Shuffle of robot vacuums - it comes from the industry standard brand, but it's very basic in functionality. I think that's okay; the Roomba 614 gives up features our DEEBOT has such as a remote and a scheduling timer, but doesn't having a remote to tell the vacuum what to do and where to go defeat the purpose of it autonomously vacuuming your house? The only reason I use the DEEBOT remote is to pause it when it begins its scheduled clean and I'm on a conference call from home. Since the 614 requires you to manually click "Clean," I find no need for a remote for the Roomba. Plus, I don't mind manually clicking "Clean" because these vacuums will hit everything in their wake. You really can't use an autonomous vacuum without first picking up your house, so not having the scheduled clean means you can first tidy up and then have it vacuum the house on your terms. The simplicity of the Roomba further extends to its audible alerts, which I think makes it an excellent choice for elderly or tech-averse people. When the Roomba gets stuck, it audibly says "Error: Please move the Roomba to a new location and click clean." This tells the user exactly what to do, whereas the DEEBOT will beep like a dead fire alarm for 5 minutes until you get fed up with it and give it attention - and then you have to figure out why it was beeping in the first place. Saving the most important part for last: this Roomba does an excellent job of cleaning. Granted, we have hardwood floors, no pets, and no kids, so we are an easy use case. The 614 doesn't have the mapping technology that saves pictures of your floor plan like the more expensive models do, but it hasn't really been a problem so far. We use it about once a week, and the canister is almost always nearly full. We have a Shark upright vacuum that we use for heavier cleans, but I've found that the Shark isn't picking up much more than the 614 has already gotten. Most impressively, the edge sensing technology is phenomenal. Our entire upstairs is loft-style, and the Roomba has about 30 feet of edge to deal with where it gets perilously close to falling 12 feet (photo in review). We didn't buy the extra $60 "invisible wall" sensor, and the Roomba has been entirely successful not falling without it. Overall, the Roomba 614 is a great value as a simple, easy-to-use budget robot vacuum. I definitely prefer it over our DEEBOT, and the lack of additional features hasn't been a hindrance at all in its usability. iRobot nailed the basics such as suction, user interface, and the fantastic edge detection system, and I highly recommend it as a robot vacuum for a small home or upstairs. NOTE: The only issue I had with the Roomba 614 is with our IKEA Poang chair. The rear of the Poang chair is low enough that the Roomba cannot detect it, yet it's high enough that the Roomba would get stuck multiple times during a cleaning. If you have a Poang chair and are interested in this vacuum, I recommend putting the Poang chair on felt non-slip furniture pads (photo in review). Raising the Poang 1/8" has prevented the Roomba from getting stuck anymore, and the $3 furniture pads are much cheaper than buying a $60 Roomba "invisible wall" for a $60 chair. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on December 20, 2019 by R. Stec R. Stec

  • This 614 Roomba is a winner!
Style: Robot Vacuum
I first ordered a Roomba 630 refurbished but it got lost in the shipment. A blessing in disguise perhaps? Because for $100. more I bought this 614 Roomba and couldn’t be happier. I’m impressed that it has not got stuck once and no problem dealing with my oriental area rug with fringes! You do have to hide any power cords other than that this Roomba is pretty perfect and does a superb job getting up dog hair, dust and debris. I had a Roomba years ago and all though it vacuumed great it could not handle area rug with fringes so this is a great improvement. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on January 31, 2023 by Blue Bird

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