Samsung sent us their modern, top-level robot vacuum cleaner for our test and review.
The Samsung Jet Bot 90 AI+ has a whopping price tag of around €1,400, and is the Korean CE giant's first attempt to push itself to the top of the world of robot vacuum cleaners.
We tested the robovac, which first went on sale in 2021, for a month and a half. As always, in our test we examine not only the cleaning power of the vacuum cleaner, but also its ease of use and especially the practicality of the device in a Finnish home.
The first half of the test period was spent in a typical and "easy" Finnish home, from the point of view of a robovac. The other half was a more challenging environment, including the presence of a pet that sheds hair, a bunch of carpets of varying thickness and shape, and a significant number of different obstacles that can make life difficult for a robot vacuum cleaner.
Due to our extensive past experience testing robot vacuum cleaners, we have a good understand of the potential challenges and problem areas that a robovac can encounter while doing its duty.
- Samsung Jet Bot 90 Ai+ appearance and design
- Technical information
- Self-emptying charging dock
- Samsung deployment
- Samsung SmartThings smartphone app
- Specialty: Camera surveillance
- How should a robot vacuum cleaner be used?
- Battery life
- Other obstacles - and their avoidance
- Cleaning traces
- Is the Samsung Jet Bot 90 AI+ worth buying?
- The stars