We want you to know the difference between the Roomba e5 vs. s9 robots so that you can be fully informed before making your purchase.
Some Roomba robots are quite similar, so they can be confusing. We want to make the selection process easier for you.
Your home deserves to be adequately cleaned, and to do that, you need to select the right robot, so let’s dive into our review.
Quick Comparison: Roomba e5 vs s9
What are the differences between the Roomba s9 and e5
There are some similarities with how these robots were built, but there are also some differences.
We are going to take a look at how they are different so that you can get a clear understanding of how each one works.
The Roomba s9 runs for up to 75 minutes on a full charge and can also calculate the necessary amount of charge required to complete a cleaning job.
It uses these calculations to recharge to the right amount before going back to work. The Roomba e5 will run up to 90 minutes before it needs to recharge.
The Roomba e5 is a lot cheaper than the Roomba s9. It does not have anywhere near the number of features as the s9 though. The s9 is more expensive, but its capabilities are the reason
Imprint Smart Mapping
The Roomba S9 is able to learn, map, and adapt to your home so that you can control when and where it cleans.
The smart charge feature on the device enables it to charge itself and then resume cleaning based on the information it gathers from the maps it creates. Unfortunately, the e5 does not have that feature.
For an even better cleaning experience, you can connect your Roomba S9 and your Braava Jet m6 robots to work in sequence.
After the Roomba s9 is finished vacuuming, it will tell the Braava m6 robot to start mopping. The Roomba E5 cannot be connected to Braava jet M6 robots.
If after you purchase your Roomba S9 and there are software updates available to make the device operate even better, your wifi-connected Roomba S9 is updatable.
Unfortunately, the Roomba E5 cannot be updated and will remain as it was purchased throughout its lifetime.
What is Imprint Smart Mapping
Imprint Smart Mapping is a feature that allows the Roomba s9 to create maps of your home. It then uses these maps to navigate your home intelligently.
These maps will enable you to view cleaning reports and create keep out zones that you do not want the robot to interfere with.
What are the Similarities
Even though these robots are vastly different, there are a few similarities between them. These similarities are some of the more basic features. Take some time to review these similarities to see if they can help you decide which robot will best suit your home.
Both the Roomba S9 and the E5 models are able to connect to a Wi-Fi connection. Being able to connect to a Wi-Fi connection allows the robot to be controlled by your iRobot Home application. From this application, you can schedule your cleaning, view reports, and so on.
Type of battery
Lithium-ion batteries power these two Roomba robots.
Both of these Roomba robots are quite small. They both measure under 14″ in diameter and under 4″ in height. They both weigh under 9 lbs as well.
We are going to address some of your burning questions now.
Does the Roomba e5 empty itself?
The Roomba E5 unfortunately, cannot empty its own bin. It has to be manually emptied when the robot is full.
Does Roomba e5 have mapping?
Unfortunately, the Roomba E5 does not have smart mapping. The Roomba E5 is able to navigate under and around objects in your home but cannot map the levels of your home
Is the Roomba e5 worth it?
Given that the Roomba E5 has a vacuum that is five times stronger than that of the Roomba 600 series robots and is able to filter up to 99% of pollen, mold, dust mites, and animal allergens from your home, we believe that it is worth the cash.
Roomba E5 is also able to identify areas in your home with a higher concentration of dirt than others and take care of them.
Let’s answer some of the important questions that you may still have.
Does Roomba s9 have mapping?
Yes, the Roomba S9 is able to intelligently learn different levels of your home so that you can control its cleaning runs. You can also use the maps to create zones that the robot should not enter.
Does the Roomba s9 empty itself?
Yes, the Roomba S9 is able to empty itself in the Clean Base Automatic Dirt Disposal unit.
What is the difference between the s9 and s9+?
The Roomba S9 and the S9+ are really the same devices. The only difference between the Roomba S9 and the S9+ is the clean base Automatic dirt disposal unit. The S9 is not sold with the clean base Automatic dirt disposal unit, however, the S9+ is.
The Roomba s9 vs. e5, the Ultimate Match Up
How do these robots stack up against each other. Let’s put them head to head with some of their features to determine once and for all which one is the best suited for you.
The designs of these devices couldn’t be more different. The Roomba E5 is a circular device that is completely black with buttons in the center while the Roomba S9 is half circle and half square with bronze on the top. The buttons on the Roomba S9 is to the top right corner of the device.
The Roomba S9 is sold with accessories such as an extra efficiency filter, and an extra corner brush.
If you would like to get The Clean Base Automatic Dirt disposal unit, you can purchase the Roomba S9+ or you can purchase the unit by itself in the future. The Roomba E5 is sold with none of these accessories.
Roomba E5 performs well for what it is. It is able to clean pet hair, clean edges and corners and has a vacuum that is five times stronger than the Roomba 600 series. The Roomba S9 is even stronger than the Roomba E5.
It has a vacuum that is 40 times stronger than the 600 series robots. The Roomba S9 also performs better as it is able to map and adapt to your home intelligently.
In terms of run time, the Roomba E5 has a single run time that is longer than the Roomba S9, but there is a catch.
The Roomba E5 will run continuously for up to 90 minutes. The Roomba S9 can only run up to 75 minutes on a single charge, however, after it is finished charging, it will return to complete the job if necessary, but the Roomba E5 will not.
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