okay guys so I've had a Roomba 980 for a few months now and now that Dyson have something to add to the robot vacuum cleaner world I thought it was only fair we saw how they both stacked up against each other so Roomba 980 vs. Dyson 360 I let's do this okay and for the first test it's the pop contest let's go head-to-head both the Dyson and Roomba seem to get off to a good start however after a few seconds the Dyson does seem to get a bit confused just before leaving a trail of popcorn behind the Roomba on the other hand did seem to pick up most of the popcorn on its first pass the Dyson also seemed to have problems getting popcorn stuck in his brushes just before giving up completely and after checking the bottom of both vacuum cleaners the Roomba seems clear whilst the dices tell us and popcorn in its brushes so it's a good start for the Roomba okay and test number two let's see how these robots deal with low furniture using a set of drawers with access height of 11 centimeters at the bottom the Roomba seems to clear it with ease with a couple of centimeters to spare and now the dyson 360 i unfortunately it couldn't make that 11 sent to me to pass under the set of drawers when it may lack in diameter against the Roomba 980 it's unfortunately gained in height and furthermore the Dyson does hit furniture quite hard when it's heading for it straight on and unfortunately after this test the 360 I did suffer a blockage from the earlier popcorn test involving tweezing our popcorn from its insides okay and test number three let's see how these robots run over Iraq starting with the Dyson after an initial bit of confusion the 360 I does mount the rug challenge accepted however after just a few seconds on the rug it does seem to give up completely flashing an error message on the top and now for the Roomba 980 just like the Dyson it does seem to test the water a little before taking the plunge and mounting the rock and once it does seem to be struggling more on this mid part rock compared to regular surfaces it certainly seems determined to get to the end and it looks like it's another win for the Roomba after successfully getting from one end of the rug to the other okay and for test number four a really really thick ball of world this time we're starting with the Roomba 980 and the wall cut up and lined up on a carpet and just on its first pass the rimbor seems to suck it all up leaving no remnants of wall behind and now for the dyson 360 i same test of king of war on a low pile carpet and whilst it seems to be getting off to a great start just like in the pop contest is leaving a trail of debris behind and when we explore the underside of both robots we can see just like in the popcorn test the Roomba seems to be clear whilst the Dyson does seem to be collecting then saving the dirt is picking up on its rotary brush comparing this to the Roomba which seems to use rubber extractors instead okay in its test number five the final test and it's a time trial same size room Gore which can clean the quickest both starting in the center of the room left to clean a three meter square area we can see how the Roomba cleans in straight lines whereas the Dyson cleans in a spiral moving outwards and the results are in we can see that Roomba finished cleaning in nine minutes 47 seconds however Dyson did take longer at 11 minutes 38 seconds which means Dyson took just under 20 percent longer to clean the same area as the Roomba okay so that concludes my tests of the iRobot Roomba 980 against the Dyson 360 I and I think it's fair to say there's one clear winner whilst the cleaning performance of the 360 I can sometimes be comparable to the Roomba 980 the problem with the Dyson is this is only when cleaning on an unchallenging surface or when not trying to suck up something too big the fundamental problem with the Dyson is it just doesn't seem to have been made to function in an everyday household so if you did go for the Dyson 360 I it would likely only work in a household that was already cut a free mostly dirt free and only had flat and even floor surfaces now the iRobot Roomba 980 on the other hand it seems to do a much better job at tackling a variety of floor surfaces plus it can get into places the Dyson simply won't fit plus the Roomba 980 picks up bigger bits of debris with ease with much less chance of it breaking down amid cleaning cycle unlike with the Dicer what's more the Roomba 980 cleans all the way up to the edges of your rooms thanks to a rotating side brush plus it does all of this whilst cleaning your home quicker than the Dyson 360 I and that concludes my comparison of these two robot vacuum cleaners now if you liked this video remember to give it a thumbs up and also remember to hit the subscribe button and the Bell button to be notified when I upload new videos

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