The ILIFE A4 robot vacuum cleaner, titanium gray vs iRobot Roomba 650 robotic vacuum cleaner review is about entry-level devices with random navigation, remote control, and good suction power.
In the test of the ILIFE A4 robot vacuum cleaner vs Roomba 650, the latter is far below the ILIFE A4.
The ILIFE A4 has a 1000 Pa of vacuum suction and 11 – 14 CFM of airflow that is above average for this price range. Its dustbin capacity is 500ml which is enough to collect dirt in a room if there is not too much pet hair in it. The Roomba 650 has only 600 Pa of suction and 7 CFM of airflow. Its dust container is 400ml only.
While testing ILIFE A4 vs Roomba 650, I’ve noted that Roomba works well on both bare floors and carpets. Its dual roller brush without bristles collects hair without tangling. Both models are good at picking up dirt on hard floors at low and high power. It collects everything from fine debris to the extra-large ones by the end of its run. They also do well with such heavy debris as sand. However, the ILIFE A4 isn’t suitable for carpet cleaning. Sucking in nearly 60% of debris, it gets tangled in several minutes that requires frequent cleaning of the brushes.
Comparing the Roomba 650 vs ILIFE A4 by the noise level, I’d say they work approximately equally. The Roomba produces 68 dB averagely. The ILIFE A4 has a noise level of 62 dB at low power and up to 70 dB at high power. It means above-average noise that may be critical if there are babies at home.
The check of iRobot Roomba 650 vs ILIFE A4 revealed the difference between their batteries. The ILIFE A4’s 4-chip battery with the capacity of 2,600 mAh provides up to 120 minutes of operation per session. The Roomba 650 can also run up to 120 minutes per charge. However, its battery’s capacity is 1800 mAh. It may require a sooner replacement than ILIFE A4’s battery.
Better robot vacuum is iRobot Roomba 650. Check iRobot Roomba 650 price on Amazon