Samsung R7260 Powerful Suction Pet Robotic Vacuum

Last updated: September 8, 2022

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Product Details

In our analysis of 52 expert reviews, the Samsung Powerful Suction Pet Robotic Vacuum placed 12th when we looked at the top 14 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Save time and effort by letting the Samsung Powerbot R7065 robotic vacuum handle the vacuuming for you. Powerful suction delivers optimal cleaning results. Maximize cleaning coverage as it navigates your home with ease and avoids obstacles, while the coverage map shows where it has cleaned. Wi-Fi Connectivity lets you control your Powerbot from your smartphone. Edge Clean Master technology features an innovative shutter that extends out to capture debris trapped in corners and edges of the wall.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

Controlling the Powerbot with its app is easy.
- Wired
It navigates around furniture well.
The Samsung Powerbot R7070 is a solid robot vacuum. It navigates well, is a superb cleaner, and is easily controlled via remote.
It can be controlled via remote or companion app.
The dust bin for this model is not as big as its PowerBot predecessors
The Samsung Powerbot R7070, which can suck up more dust than most of the other bots we tested and has some features that seem cool, like a side brush that extends only when the bot detects a wall, and a self-cleaning main brush
Pet owners will enjoy the fact that the brushroll has a set of scrapers that shred pet hair, keeping it from tangling up.
The Samsung POWERbot R7065 comes with an app and supports Wi-Fi that allows you to control the robot remotely.

What reviewers didn't like

The docking station has no indicator light.
- Wired
It can get stuck when it encounters obstacles on the floor.
For the same price, the iRobot Roomba 960$549.99 at Amazon delivers a similar performance and many of the same Wi-Fi features, but also a painless user experience.
The dustbin is small.
The dust bin for this model is not as big as its PowerBot predecessors.
Like the previous-generation Samsung bots we tested, it just can’t handle rug fringe or stray cords, and is more likely than others to randomly quit when it drives under furniture (even when it’s not stuck).
Its powerful suction turned out to be a hindrance when it came to throw rugs. Its automatically adjusting suction didn't keep the Powerbot from picking up a throw rug and dragging it around the room.
Doesn't have HEPA filtration, but is equipped with another type of filter.
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