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SHARK ION Robot Vacuum R85 WiFi-Connected with Powerful Suction, XL Dust Bin, Self-Cleaning Brushroll and Voice Control with Alexa or Google Assistant (RV850)

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Features

  • Shark has built upon a high performing Robot vacuum to deliver powerful suction, XL capacity, and advanced sensor technology for an incredible solution to everyday cleaning
  • Designed for pet hair; Provides powerful floor and carpet cleaning with an xl dust bin and 3X more suction in max mode than the shark ion Robot R75
  • Download the shark clean app to receive continuous updates, create a cleaning schedule, or start your Robot from anywhere; Voice control available with Alexa or Google assistant
  • Smart sensor navigation 2.0: Advanced sensitivity helps navigate the Robotic vacuum around obstacles and objects to complete the cleaning job.DO NOT use water to clean filter.
  • Self cleaning brush roll combines with dual edge and corner brushes to capture hair, dust, dander, and allergens to prevent everyday buildup
  • Xl dust bin allows for minimal interruption while cleaning; Dust bin capacity (qts.): 0.7
  • Includes: (1) shark ion Robot (2) side brushes, (1) filter, (1) lithium ion battery, (1) charging dock, (1) 8 foot botboundary strip

Description

Shark ION Robot Vacuum R85 with Wi-Fi, Smart Sensor Navigation 2. 0, Powerful Suction and XL Dust Bin, and Self-Cleaning Brushroll (RV850), Ash Gray. Filter type - Non-washable filter


Brand: Unknown


Model Name: SHARK ION Robot Vacuum R85 (WiFi) with Powerful Suction, XL Dust Bin, Self-Cleaning Brushroll and Voice Control with Alexa or Google Assistant (RV850)


Surface Recommendation: Carpet,Floor


Color: R85 Robot Vacuum


Included Components: Brush


Battery Cell Composition: Lithium Ion


Voltage: 100120 Volts


Item Weight: 5.51 Pounds


Power Source: Battery Powered


Are Batteries Included: Yes


Control Method: Voice


Form Factor: Robotic


Product Dimensions: 12.8 x 12.53 x 3.44 inches


Item Weight: 5.51 pounds


Manufacturer: SharkNinja


Item model number: RV850


Batteries: 1 A batteries required. (included)


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Specific Uses For Product: Carpet


Volume: 5.51 Milliliters


Warranty Description: 1 year warranty.


Batteries Required?: Yes


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Top Amazon Reviews


  • SUPER Powerful - WAY Better than the Roomba 690
So the R85 is basically the same robot that comes with the S87 package which is basically the R85 robot vacuum plus the W1 cordless vacuum included, this listing is just for the robot and its a really good deal. The big upgrade from the R75 is with the power, Shark claims the max power mode is "3x more powerful" than the R75. We tested the airflow on all 3 power settings and found that on max power the R85 got a whopping 20 cfm of airflow. That’s 3 cfm more than even the most expensive Roombas like the 980 and the i7, and its tied with the Neato D7 on its turbo power, so along with the Neato it’s the highest airflow we have ever measured on a robot. The next step down on the R85, the so called "normal" power was pretty good too at 15 cfm, and even its "quiet" mode or low power it was still 2 cfm more powerful than the Roomba 690, so yeah it has a ton of power. Its cleaning mechanics were very good, in addition to having a solidly built brush roll which was a hybrid of standard bristles and rubber, it has brush type airflow seals and 2 side brushes, On carpet it picked up all the debris including fine debris, pet hair, and large to extra large debris even in its lowest power setting. It does better with its 2 higher power settings on carpet but its not that big of a difference. On hard floors again it does great, even in its lowest power setting, I also like how the two side brushes spin much slower than you typically see, which means they kick debris around a lot less than the Roombas, which tend to be very messy. My only complaint with the pickup tests is when using max power on hard floors the air from the exhaust tends to blow around debris that is very light, like pet hair. We saw the same effect with the Roomba 690, However unlike the 690 the R85 has 3 power settings, and we found that this effect was greatly reduced on its normal power mode and completely gone on its low or quiet power mode. Generally speaking robot vacuums are not known for deep cleaning carpets but the Shark R85 scored 76% on our embedded sand in the carpet test which is the highest score I have seen since we moved to this type of deep clean test. We still have 4 more robots to test in this series but I suspect the Shark R85 will end up near the top when its all said and done in terms of deep cleaning. Like most vacuums in this series it is a standard navigation robot, meaning it bounces around more or less randomly until it cleans your home. It has a fairly smart algorithm though, and it tends to cover the area fairly quickly, even with a lot of obstacles in the room. It has a huge dust bin which we measured at about 2 cups which is about double the size of the Roomba 690, I really think big dust bins are important and the R85 has one of the biggest out there. It was easy to remove and sort of easy to empty, though it took me a few times to actually figure out how to open it properly. I liked the two side sensors which apparently detect objects so as not to bump into them too hard, you can see that it sort of slows down before it hits a wall or furniture, which is more rare than you might think on a robot vacuum. Its edge cleaning was fairly good, it ended up only leaving a little in the corner, an above average performance, and it certainly beat the Roomba 690 which did horribly. It did better with the crevice pickup test than any robot I have ever tested including the previous winner, the super high end Neato D7. I am guessing the various seals on the bottom as well as the high airflow gave the Shark R85 the edge here. Just like the previous Shark Ion robot the R85 is incredibly quiet, it’s the quietest robot out of the previous 7 I have tested at 61 db on max mode and it really didn’t change much on normal and even quiet mode dropping only to 59 db in quiet mode or low power. We tested its battery life and found that on low power it ran for almost 1 hr and a half, about 88 minutes and on max power it ran for about 61 minutes, which is pretty good considering its putting out 20 cfm in max mode. We didn’t test its medium power but you can assume it would be somewhere in the middle of those two numbers. You can see from this chart that the R85 has fairly typical battery life for robots in this price range. I should also mention here that its battery back is easy to remove and fairly cheap to replace, in fact inexpensive and easily accesses parts is a definite pro. One cool thing is that the R85 actually cleaned black carpet which most robots cant do because of their cliff detection sensors which see the black carpet as a cliff. Im not sure why the R85 can do this, in case you wondering its cliff detection sensors work fine, In any case kudos to Shark for fixing this issue. The Shark R85 has an unusually low profile at 3.4 inches which is shorter than the Roomba or Neato’s by quite a bit and so it has no trouble getting under things. Its also pretty good with climbing, it was able to climb 3/4” at 90 degrees with no trouble which is rare. The app is pretty standard, you can schedule cleanings from anywhere, it has basic controls like start stop, find robot, return to base and power level settings. You can also get alerts and see history statistics. So the Shark Ion R85 is crazy powerful, It has very good cleaning mechanics, it has a massive dust bin, decent battery life, Its super quiet, even it max mode, It has amazing deep cleaning and edge cleaning, And its pretty smart for a random navigation robot with sensors that add a lot of value . ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on December 14, 2018 by Vacuum Wars

  • For what your paying for - it's a great option.
A lot of the negative reviews I read on here I am convinced are from people who didn't read the instructions, and they all seem to be related to pathfinding, or the idea that the device should have more intelligence to it. So - I'll address those two things. The instructions clearly state the base station needs to be in a centralized area of the home that is open with not a lot of obstructions. So - take an openish type floorplan for the public spaces in a home - you want the base station in an area where it's radio signal (which is like a return to base beacon) can be detected from all the areas you want the robot to traverse - not necessarily 100% mind you - but a good bit. I have mine in my central hallway, which has a living room off to one side, and ends in a open area with my living room, dining area, and kitchen. The device can operate in all these areas without issue and detect the base station when it's time to recharge. It makes it back 100% of the time so far - and I have been using it for a little under a month - and for the first week and half or so - I was running it 3 times a day. (It takes about 3 hours for the batteries to fully recharge.) So - put the base station some place nice, open, and centralized - and your going to have success. Put it say - under a cabinet so it's out of site (like I initially did - with a desk built into my dining area cabinets) and it's going to fail miserably. Pathfinding intelligence - look - this thing isn't a Roomba - it's 1/5th the price, so it's doesn't have an advanced robotic brain to map your house and sensors for detecting a spot is extra dirty, etc... that's a design model that leans towards maximizing efficiency operation learned of heuristic learning - and that is super cool. BUT - quantity and randomness have a quality all their own. For $200 do I care if my vacuum gets to a spot through random bumps off my furniture - or if it knows to get there from learning. Either way - it gets there, and cleans the spot. Overall it's not going to be comparable or as capable as a high end Roomba - but it's not really designed to compete at that level either. As for cleaning power - My main vacuum cleaner is a Dyson Pet (the old big beefy one) and it does a fantastic job. The Shark Robot still manages to suck stuff up - even right after a vacuum. I will put a caveat on that - I have two mastiffs - and they are always shedding and tracking stuff in. So there is never a shortage of stuff that needs to be vacuumed up. Initially for the first week and a half I was running it 3 times a day and getting full collection cups off each run - with a little less and less each successive run after the first week. Now it can go 2 or 3 runs without attention, and I get less out of my Dyson each time I run it. So it's definitely doing what it was intended to do. I have it running downstairs, and after a few weeks of use I am happy enough with the performance I just purchased a second one for upstairs. Of course, I tested with the one i have upstairs first, and can say with bedrooms and more complexity - it does have a bit more difficult of a time, but it still gets it done. I sometimes did have to return it to the dock, but most of the problems I had could have been resolved with the magnetic no-go tape. If you have throw rugs in your bathrooms - the light ones that can move easy - close your bathroom door. It does not like them. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on July 11, 2019 by Stephen S.

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