The iRobot Roomba 692 was hailed as an excellent pick for users who prefer autonomous cleaning. Product reviewers from Rtings were impressed with its 117-minute battery life, and during tests, observed that the 692 could increase suction power from 600 Pascals according to the surface type.
This allowed it to pick up 58% and 69% of large debris from low and high pile carpets easily, as well as clear 97% and 99% of large and small debris on bare floors, respectively.
Experts from Modern Castle liked that it could be paired with the iRobot app, allowing users to control it through phones. They were also able to pair it to a voice assistant like Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant and get it to work through voice commands.
However, the iRobot Roomba 692 didn’t thrill testers with its inability to clear up fine debris from carpets and lack of a HEPA filter. They also felt that it was not great for cleaning pet hair since hairs would constantly get stuck in between its brush roll.