iRobot 595 Vs 630: Comparing the Roomba 595 and 630

Roomba 595 or 630 – Which is Best for You?

Here, in this objective account we will compare the Roomba 595 Vs 630 — providing an overview of both so you can get a clear idea as to how each perform and then a section pin-pointing the distinct differences between the 595 and 630, this will allow you to easily decide which is best suited for cleaning your home.

Roomba 595 Overview

Cleaning Technology & Navigation System

The 595 is fitted with the standard ‘3 stage vacuuming process‘ (i. side brush bars, ii. counter rotating brushes and iii. AeroVac technology) which allows it to effectively remove a significant amount of dust and dirt (as well as pet hair).

It also utilizes two software programs: i) the dirt detect series I — which through an optical sensor identifies particularly dirty patches and will clean them more thoroughly and ii) iAdapt responsive technology — which works like a GPS, to map out an efficient cleaning path of your room (to avoid obstacles, drop offs & has a clever escape mode if the Roomba were to get tangled in wires etc.).

Battery Performance & Integrated Filters

On average the Roomba 595 will last for around 90 minutes on a single run time and will return to its home docking station (which is provided with it) to recharge. Furthermore, with regards to the AeroVac filtration system fitted it will prevent any allergens and fine dust particles from being expelled into the air whilst it vacuums — hence you can be sure that only a healthy, clean air supply resonates in your home.

Features, Specifications & Accessories

As the 595 is essentially the leading model in the Roomba 500 series it comes with a fair few ‘extra’ features such as: the 7 days a week scheduling program (where you can set the 595 to clean whenever you want e.g. at work or on holiday) and two virtual walls (so you can contain the 595 to clean with a certain space or area without physical barriers). In addition, it also comes with a range of added accessories as well like spare filters and brush bars.

Rating: 92% from over 40 reviews (sourced: amazon.com)

Roomba 630 Overview

Cleaning Technology & Navigation System

Although the 630 essentially uses the same technology (the dirt detect and iAdapt responsive technology) and cleaning system (the three stage cleaning process) each aspect has been updated & re-configured (e.g. a stronger AeroVac suction force & more ‘intelligent’ cleaning programs’). This being said, although there has been an improvement in the cleaning performance of the 630 compared to the 595 — it is a significant one (as say when you compare the Roomba 770 to the 650).

Battery Performance & Integrated Filters

Slightly improved in this regard, where it can last for up to a 120 minutes on a single run time and if it is half way through finishing a job but is about to run out of charge — it will take itself back to the docking station to be charged enough to return and complete the job in hand and afterwards — finally take itself back to the docking station. Like the 595, the 630 is also fitted with iRobot specialized AeroVac filters to prevent dust etc. entering into your home’s air supply.

Features, Specifications & Accessories

The Roomba only comes with one virtual wall (which is clarified above) & that’s about it, given that the 630 is one of the very basic models in the Roomba 600 series.

Rating: 92% from over 350 reviews (sourced: amazon.com)

The Difference Between the 595 and 630

So there are a few major differences between the 595 and 630 Roomba models: i) the 630 slightly edges it in terms of cleaning performance & run time, ii) however the 595 packs a lot more useful features incl. an extra virtual wall and the scheduling program.

Furthermore they are slightly different in design too, both take on the minimalist circular shape just the 595 has a black finish and is slightly smaller (measuring: 13.25 by 13.25 by 3.5 whilst weighing at 13lbs) whereas the 630 is grey & black.

Which Robotic Vacuum Should You Buy a 595 or 630?

They are similarly priced at $350, so which one to go for? I would opt for the 595 given the extra features that have been added which will prove incredibly useful & ‘overall’ won’t be outshone by a great deal (or even really noticeable) in terms of the cleaning being done. In all, will prove to offer to be great value for money. But which Roomba would you buy and why?

Furthermore, if you have any questions or issues about the comparison 595 Vs 630, then please make them below (and if you’ve found this account useful please give it a like or share — will be much appreciated).