Designed especially for pet owners, the Roomba 532 features the latest 500 Series innovations plus special features to help tackle hairy situations.
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### Have had mine since January 2012. Love it as it keeps floors looking clean if used daily. Would be great if it had some type of locator signel that could be used when it is lost in house (under bed). Need to come up with better brush and rollers so t...hat the hair does not get as tangled and need to be cleaned so often. Take time and messy to clean hair from rollers. Would not want to give it up ! Read more Less
### The Roomba's are advertised as vacuums. They are not. They are sweepers. Bagless yes, easy to empty; no. They are messy to empty, require taking the 'sweeper' off the machine to unravel hair, string, thead, etc wound around the sweeper bar. Entertain...ing; yes, functional; hardly. They don't get the dirt deep into the carpet because there is no suction(vacuum) to suck up deep-down dirt, they just get the surface clutter. If you are just interested in having a conversation piece, buy one, if you want to get your rugs clean, get a real vacuum. Read more Less