5 stars when it works: 1 star because it always breaks! Can't recommend
31 July 2015
Summary: I can’t recommend you buy a Scooba 390. Read on for why. I’ve been using iRobot robots since the Roomba Discovery, which was a long time ago. I love to have clean floors, but I hate cleaning them - can’t imagine I’m alone in that, you probably feel the same way.
Summary: Great little automatic mop. Does a decent job at scrubbing the floors. Sometimes has issues if you don't run it for a long period of time. It's problems can usually be fixed by squirting water into the various drains if it doesn't work after a month or two of not being operated.
Summary: The Scooba is a great thing to have around the house. It works great on all types of floors, but make sure to do a test area first before letting it loose. Pros: 1. Works well on all types of flooring: tile, marble, wood 2. Cleans very well!
Summary: I am writing this review because I see a lot of misinformation on here and on other websites. Some of the misinformation are pretty bad and cause damage and/or loss of warranty. I do not work for iRobot or sell their products.
Summary: I bought this unit last October (2013) and within a month it was making a terrible noise so I called customer service. They said something about the vacuum pump being broken (apparently a common problem) and immediately shipped me a new unit, requesting that I return the same portions of my...
Summary: I really wanted to like it, and it was fun to play with, but it's actually more work than regular cleaning would be. Mop a floor and throw the rag in the washer vs prepare the room, then clean out all the junk from the brush and dirty water tanks and set it back to charge (and it can't clean more...
Summary: Where do I start with this horrible, horrible product? Well, my wife and I own a Roomba Pet Series vacuum, and absolutely love it. It helps keep our floors clean, and we actually haven't gotten out our dyson in MONTHS!
Summary: I bought this bc I have three dogs. I have a Neato that vacuums the floors and I love that. I thought, "Wouldn't it be nice if there was a robot to wash the floors too?" Well, Neato doesn't make one yet but I would wait until they do because their technology is much better.
Summary: If you have had the privilege of witnessing the intelligence of a Neato brand house cleaning robot, the Scooba will frustrate you to the point of rage. It is so stupid I refuse to even call it a robot. i"Robot" need to step up their game.
Summary: I love my Scooba floor scrubber! Easy to fill and drain. Scrubs until it cleans. Yes, there are some water spots but, hey I'm not doing the scrubbing so I don't mind taking dry mop and going over those drops!