One of the great things about living in modern times is seeing the ways in which technology regularly improves our lives for the better, especially where cleaning products are concerned. Let’s be honest about something – no one actually enjoys cleaning, and this is doubly true where vacuuming is concerned, mainly because it tends to be one of the most arduous chores that must be done regularly when you have a dog.
That is why devices like robot vacuums are so great – they manage to help you keep your home or apartment space clean during the week so that when you vacuum on the weekends, only a small, light amount ends up being necessary to help keep the space clean. However, robot vacuums are a type of technology, and like most other pieces of modern tech, they are a bit of an investment in terms of price. In other words, when you buy a robot vacuum, you want to be sure the thing actually works and is able to pick up dog fur. But who has the free time to sit down and research new robot vacuums?
That’s where we come in. We help smart consumers, such as yourself, make informed decisions about the products they are interested in potentially buying and letting them know whether they are worth their hard-earned money or not.
How have we managed to be so successful? A significant part of that has to do with our wonderful team of reviewers, but we also have a system in place, which we spent years refining, that allows us to successfully review products. Essentially, we split products into three categories for evaluation, and in this case, we wanted to focus on effectiveness, reliability, and durability.
However, what do all of these actually mean in terms of robot vacuums and how effective they are at picking up dog fur? Continue reading below to learn more about our criteria for this specific product and how we put our review together.