6 Best Robot Vacuums for Pet Hairs and Hardwood Floors

Last Updated on March 18, 2021 by Henry John

Here are the best robot vacuums for pet hairs that works pretty well on hard wood floors.

They will make you wonder if your pet went on a vacation.

Everyone from boomers to millennials love their hardwood floors and there is no better way to keep it clean than keeping it clean.

Getting the right robot vacuum that will do the cleaning trick on our hardwood floor as pet owner is no longer a big deal.

No matter how messy your pet are, these robot vacuums will ensure you have nothing or little to worry about.

1. iRobot Roomba i7+

This is a robot vacuum that can empty its dustbin by itself, actually the first self-emptying robot vacuum. The iRobot Roomba i7+ is a great robot vacuum for pet hairs (especially cat hairs) and works well on hardwood floors.

This Roomba is a high-end (expensive) robot vacuum that comes with features that justifies its price.

If money is not a factor, the Roomba i7+ is the robot vacuum for you.

Pros

  • Self-emptying
  • Integrates well with Alexa and Google Assistant
  • Amazing at picking up dirts
  • Great for picking up cat hairs

Cons

  • Expensive

2. Eufy Robovac 11s

If cheap means getting the job done paying less, why shouldn’t everyone signup for cheap?

The Eufy Robovac 11s is a budget-friendly robot vacuum that comes with infrared sensors, a drop sensor, swivel wheel and central rolling brush plus two side brushes that allows it to pick up pet hairs easily.

It is also great for flat hardwood floors.

Pros

  • Has good battery life
  • Light weight and easy to control
  • Comes with a large dustbin
  • Budget-friendly
  • Quite Engine

Cons

  • Not great for cleaning corners
  • Not fast at cleaning

3. Shark iON R85

The Shark iON R85 is a WiFi-connected robot vacuum that has a rugged design, performs excellently on hardwood floors and great at picking up pet hairs.

The Shark iON R85 performed well in a Tomsguide’s test, picking up an average of 94 percent of all debris on hardwood floors.

It is best suited for picking up dog hairs.

Pros

  • Affordable price
  • Its dustbin is easy to clean
  • Easy to setup

Cons

  • Not fast at cleaning
  • Can’t fit under low-clearance couch

4. Neato Botvac D7 Connected

The Neato Botvac D7 Connected is a high-end robot vacuum that cleans way smarter than your average robot vac.

It comes with great features such as its interactive cleaning maps and intuitive app.

The Neato Botvac D7 Connected integreates well with third-party smart home devices and services.

It has great suction power, sucks up pet hair with no trouble and performs greatly on hardwood floors.

Pros

  • It has great battery life
  • Compatible with Alexa and Google Assistant
  • Has great navigation capabilities
  • Cleans very fast and well
  • Comes with easy accessible dustbin

Cons

  • Expensive

5. iRobot Roomba S9+

The iRobot Roomba S9+ is not just a high-end robot vacuum that pick up pick hair easy and cleans with no trouble on hardwood floor.

It is a super-smart, self-emptying robot vacuum, arguably the best robot vacuum when the wallet cost is not in consideration.

The iRobot Roomba S9+ has a great mapping and navigation system for a robot vacuum. And for its suction power, it is super-powerful.

 

Pros

  • Self-emptying dustbin
  • Super-powerful suction power
  • Integrates well with Alexa and Google Assistant
  • Great mapping and navigation system

Cons

  • Expensive
  • Not good battery life
  • Loud

6. iLife V3 Pro

The iLife V3 Pro is a budget-friendly robot vacuum that performs well on hardwood floor and in picking up pet hair.

In fact, iLife V3 Pro was specially designed for hardwood floors and picking up pet hairs.

The iLife V3 Pro give you remote control over it, and enables you create a cleaning schedule while also being able to operate it without a remote (doing so from the vacuum itself).

It has an automatic return-home feature that enables it go back to its base when its battery is running low.

Pros

  • Low cost
  • Good battery life

Cons

  • No WiFi or smartphone connectivity

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