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How long does Roomba take to charge?

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Roomba is a popular brand of robotic vacuum cleaners that helps you to clean the floors without much human effort. One of the most important aspects of owning a Roomba is ensuring that it remains charged.

In this article, we will discuss everything you need to know about Roomba charging including how long it takes to charge Roomba, how to charge it and how to improve the battery life.


Roomba charging time

Under normal circumstances and depending on the model that you currently own, it takes around 2-3 hours to fully charge a Roomba.

However, newer models such as Roomba i7 and s9 come with a fast charging feature and take about 90 minutes to charge.

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How to charge your Roomba?

To charge your Roomba, simply connect the charging dock to the power source and then place Roomba on the dock. The Roomba will automatically start charging.

Remember to place the charging dock in an easily accessible location so that Roomba can dock itself whenever it needs a recharge.


Tips to improve Roomba’s battery life

Now let us dive into some tips to help you improve the Roomba’s battery life. Here are some of the tips:

  • Keep the Roomba docked and charging when not in use.
  • Clean the Roomba’s brushes and filter at regular intervals.
  • Use Roomba in a well-lit room to improve navigation.
  • Avoid using the Roomba on thick carpets or rugs to improve the battery life.
  • Avoid using fake or off-brand batteries.
  • Regularly clean your Roomba.
If you're facing issues charging your Roomba device, check our article for quick fixes.

Charging your Roomba is an important part of owning one, and it’s essential to make sure that it’s always charged and ready to use. By following the tips in this article, you can keep your Roomba’s battery life healthy and also know the time taken to charge Roomba.

Also read: How to tell if Roomba is charging?

Kumar Hemant

Kumar Hemant

Deputy Editor at Candid.Technology. Hemant writes at the intersection of tech and culture and has a keen interest in science, social issues and international relations. You can contact him here: kumarhemant@pm.me

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