iRobot® Braava™ 380T Floor Mopping Robot

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"Designed to mop floors quickly and efficiently, the new iRobot® Braava™ Floor Mopping Robot systematically covers your entire floor in a single pass. Braava uses disposable or microfiber cleaning cloths to pick up dirt, hair and dust from all your hardsurfacefloors including tile, vinyl, hardwood and laminate. Just attach a cloth, set Braava down, press a button and off it goes, using advanced robotic technology to track where it’s been and where it needs to go. It’s whisper-quiet too, so you can go about your daily activities without disruption. The included Turbo Charge Cradle is a convenient, one-stop charging and storage space, charging Braava 380t in as fast as two hours. ""Braava uses either disposable cleaning cloths, including Swiffer® brand, or reusable microfiber cloths to remove dirt, dust and hair from your floors so you don’t have to. Braava has two cleaning modes to choose from depending on the job you need done. In sweep mode, Braava dry mops your floors moving in straight lines using dry cleaning cloths. In mop mode, Braava uses a special back-and-forth mopping action and damp cleaning cloths to lift surface dirt and grime off your
floors. With the Pro-Clean System included in Braava 380t, a special Reservoir Cleaning Pad dispenses liquid throughout the cleaning cycle to keep the cloth damp. Cleaning cloths are easy to attach and remove with Braava’s removable magnetic multi-purpose cleaning pad. The NorthStar® Navigation System 2 works like an indoor GPS that helps Braava keep track of where it has been and where it needs to go. The NorthStar Navigation Cube projects a signal that Braava uses to determine its location.
Additional NorthStar Navigation Cubes can be purchased for the Braava 380t to expand the robot’s dry mopping capabilities for bigger homes. As Braava cleans, it builds a map of the area, mapping walls, obstacles and drop-offs as it encounters them. Because of its compact size, Braava can mop under sofas and tables and get into tight areas where other cleaners can’t. And don’t worry about Braava bumping into your furniture, a soft-touch bumper cushions the contact made between the robot and walls, furniture and other objects. Braava also has built-in sensors, including cliff-detection sensors, which help it avoid stairs, area rugs and raised transitions to carpets."
NorthStar® Navigation System 2: NorthStar works like an indoor GPS that helps Braava keep track of where it has been and where it needs to go. The NorthStar Navigation Cube projects a signal that Braava uses to determine its location. Additional cubes can be purchased to expand the robot’s dry mopping capabilities for room-to-room navigation in bigger homes. As Braava cleans, it builds a map of the area, mapping walls, obstacles and drop-offs as it encountersthem. Braava starts by cleaning open areas, moving methodically back and forth across the floor in parallel lines and following up with a perimeter sweep for a complete clean. Pro-Clean System: Included in Braava 380t, a special Reservoir Cleaning Pad dispenses liquid throughout the cleaning cycle to keep the cloth damp. Mild cleaning solutions and water can be used in the reservoir. Turbo Charge Cradle: No more looking for the charging cord after every use, the Turbo Charge Cradle is a convenient, one-stop charging and storage space, charging Braava 380t in as fast as two hours.

Specifications+

Available for Shipping to Canada Post
Yes
Vacuum colour family
205 Black
Brand
iRobot
Product Identifiers
Walmart Item #
30116281
SKU
6000188952485
UPC
88515500518

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Ratings & Reviews+

iRobot® Braava™ 380T Floor Mopping Robot is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 208.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love the Braava 380t Just purchased the Roomba 880, Scooba 450, & Braava 380t. Here is my take: The Braava 380t is another great little machine! Make sure to order spare microfiber cloths. I just use mine with water and am amazed at the job it does. It also holds a charge for a long period of time. It does a nice job on my travertine floors and is fantastic on my wood floors. Don't get me wrong - this is not an intensive cleaning job, but if you use it frequently, you won't need to spend time manually cleaning floors very often. I just ordered two more Braava 380ts. Make sure to use the Roomba to get as much dirt and hair up before using the Braava - after all, one microfiber cloth can only hold so much dirt. The Scooba 450. It doesn't do well with dog hair and is a real mess to clean. The dog hair also seems to prevent it from suctioning the dirty water back up. Don't even bother to purchase this if you have pet hair. Forget using the large room feature on it. Since it does things in stages, by the time it gets to the suctioning of dirty water, the floor is already dry. If you set it to small room and do small areas at a time using the 20 minute scrub, it does seem to do a passable job. But who has time to do small areas at a time (and only holds a charge to do two small areas)? Very disappointed with the Scooba 450. Maybe a better idea for iRobot would be to have two machines - one dedicated to floor scrubbing a small area using actual scrubbing brushes instead of just the usual vacuum brush) and the other to just suction the dirty water after scrubbing? That should enable both machines to have an hour run time each - enough to do three small sections before having to recharge. The Roomba 880 is fantastic - a huge improvement over past models I used! It keeps a charge so much longer and is easier to empty. I did find the filter seems to get dirty very fast with all of the pet hair. Since they send a spare filter, I just clean the dirty one the best I can and even spray it with hot water and let dry. I just ordered another Roomba 880 so that I can have two going at the same time (big house). Love the return to dock feature. Depending on your situation, you will probably need to order additional Virtual Walls.
Date published: 2014-04-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love the Braava 380t Just purchased the Roomba 880, Scooba 450, & Braava 380t. Here is my take: The Braava 380t is another great little machine! Make sure to order spare microfiber cloths. I just use mine with water and am amazed at the job it does. It also holds a charge for a long period of time. It does a nice job on my travertine floors and is fantastic on my wood floors. Don't get me wrong - this is not an intensive cleaning job, but if you use it frequently, you won't need to spend time manually cleaning floors very often. I just ordered two more Braava 380ts. Make sure to use the Roomba to get as much dirt and hair up before using the Braava - after all, one microfiber cloth can only hold so much dirt. The Scooba 450. It doesn't do well with dog hair and is a real mess to clean. The dog hair also seems to prevent it from suctioning the dirty water back up. Don't even bother to purchase this if you have pet hair. Forget using the large room feature on it. Since it does things in stages, by the time it gets to the suctioning of dirty water, the floor is already dry. If you set it to small room and do small areas at a time using the 20 minute scrub, it does seem to do a passable job. But who has time to do small areas at a time (and only holds a charge to do two small areas)? Very disappointed with the Scooba 450. Maybe a better idea for iRobot would be to have two machines - one dedicated to floor scrubbing a small area using actual scrubbing brushes instead of just the usual vacuum brush) and the other to just suction the dirty water after scrubbing? That should enable both machines to have an hour run time each - enough to do three small sections before having to recharge. The Roomba 880 is fantastic - a huge improvement over past models I used! It keeps a charge so much longer and is easier to empty. I did find the filter seems to get dirty very fast with all of the pet hair. Since they send a spare filter, I just clean the dirty one the best I can and even spray it with hot water and let dry. I just ordered another Roomba 880 so that I can have two going at the same time (big house). Love the return to dock feature. Depending on your situation, you will probably need to order additional Virtual Walls.
Date published: 2014-04-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Designed for keeping a clean floor clean My first experience with the iRobot home cleaning products was the Roomba 650 vacuum. I was so pleased with that product that I decided to try the Braava 380t floor mopping robot. I am generally pleased with the Braava 380t, which I have named "Susie," but potential purchasers need to be aware that this robot is designed to keep a clean floor clean, and not so much to scrub a dirty floor. I think that one of iRobot's floor scrubbing robots would be a better choice for cleaning really dirty floors. With this robot, you should expect to still clean up most significant spills when they happen. "Susie" is fairly effective in the sweeping mode. She covers a fairly large area, and has a long battery life. In addition, the Turbo Charge Cradle that comes with it (I think it only comes with the 380t model) is fantastic for recharging Susie quickly. I also like the fact that Susie uses Swiffer Sweeper disposable dry cloths as well as the washable/resusable white microfiber sweeping cloth that comes with the purchase. Susie is also whisper quiet, which is a big plus. When sweeping, Susie used to occasionally get stuck in certain areas of my kitchen (which is the main room she works in), but with the judicious placement of kitchen rugs, we've been able to reduce the occurences of these mishaps. I feel comfortable now that in sweeping mode, I can get Susie going and then leave the house while she finishes. Susie also does an effective job mopping, but she requires more supervision. I suppose it has something to do with the difference in cleaning patterns between sweeping and mopping, but Susie gets stuck ALOT more with mopping than with sweeping. So far, I have always had to remain somewhere nearby when Susie is mopping so that I can hear her distress signal and rescue her when necessary. I've had Susie for a couple of months now, and I am still experimenting with where to start her off so that she is less likely to get stuck. I've been playing around a bit with the location of the NorthStar Navigation Cube to see if that impacts Susie's likelihood of getting stuck. I think I may have found a location for the Cube that might be optimal (stay tuned). In mopping mode, I think that I prefer that Susie dispense more liquid than the average homeowner might. Therefore, I use the included Pro-Clean Resevoir Pad along with a Swiffer Sweeper wet mopping cloth (not the WetJet pad). I fill the Resevoir Pad with a PineSol solution diluted to the concentration recommended by the manufacturer (which is 1/4 cup PineSol to 1 gallon of water). I then cover the Resevoir Pad with the Swiffer Sweeper wet mopping cloth, attach the covered Resevoir Pad to Susie, and send her on her way. Of course, this makes my floor very wet at the beginning, but by the time Susie finishes the approximately 300 sq ft that I have her cleaning (which usually takes her about an hour), the floor is largely dry. I am always amazed at how dirty the cleaning cloth is at the end of the cycle, despite the fact that the floor does not typically look that dirty at the start of the cycle. I have also taken advantage of the included washable/reusable blue textured microfiber cloth for mopping when I need to mop more than once a day (helps me save on Swiffer cloths). I do wish that Susie had a way to schedule her (like the Roomba 650 vacuum does), so that I could run her unattended during the night. I also wish that Susie had some form of dirt detection sensors so that she could know to spend more time in more soiled areas. Other than that, I am pleased with Susie, and my kitchen floor has not been filthy in two months.
Date published: 2014-02-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love It!!!!! I originally bought the iRobot 320 and loved the performance, the only drawback was the 10 hour charge time. The iRobot 380 charges in 2 hours. I have a large house and long haired cats that are constantly shedding and refuse to be brushed. I need to have my floors cleaned at least every two days or it looks like I haven't cleaned in a month. Since all my floors are hardwood or ceramic the iRobot mop works best for my house.
Date published: 2013-09-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love It!!!!! I originally bought the iRobot 320 and loved the performance, the only drawback was the 10 hour charge time. The iRobot 380 charges in 2 hours. I have a large house and long haired cats that are constantly shedding and refuse to be brushed. I need to have my floors cleaned at least every two days or it looks like I haven't cleaned in a month. Since all my floors are hardwood or ceramic the iRobot mop works best for my house.
Date published: 2013-09-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Designed for keeping a clean floor clean My first experience with the iRobot home cleaning products was the Roomba 650 vacuum. I was so pleased with that product that I decided to try the Braava 380t floor mopping robot. I am generally pleased with the Braava 380t, which I have named "Susie," but potential purchasers need to be aware that this robot is designed to keep a clean floor clean, and not so much to scrub a dirty floor. I think that one of iRobot's floor scrubbing robots would be a better choice for cleaning really dirty floors. With this robot, you should expect to still clean up most significant spills when they happen. "Susie" is fairly effective in the sweeping mode. She covers a fairly large area, and has a long battery life. In addition, the Turbo Charge Cradle that comes with it (I think it only comes with the 380t model) is fantastic for recharging Susie quickly. I also like the fact that Susie uses Swiffer Sweeper disposable dry cloths as well as the washable/resusable white microfiber sweeping cloth that comes with the purchase. Susie is also whisper quiet, which is a big plus. When sweeping, Susie used to occasionally get stuck in certain areas of my kitchen (which is the main room she works in), but with the judicious placement of kitchen rugs, we've been able to reduce the occurences of these mishaps. I feel comfortable now that in sweeping mode, I can get Susie going and then leave the house while she finishes. Susie also does an effective job mopping, but she requires more supervision. I suppose it has something to do with the difference in cleaning patterns between sweeping and mopping, but Susie gets stuck ALOT more with mopping than with sweeping. So far, I have always had to remain somewhere nearby when Susie is mopping so that I can hear her distress signal and rescue her when necessary. I've had Susie for a couple of months now, and I am still experimenting with where to start her off so that she is less likely to get stuck. I've been playing around a bit with the location of the NorthStar Navigation Cube to see if that impacts Susie's likelihood of getting stuck. I think I may have found a location for the Cube that might be optimal (stay tuned). In mopping mode, I think that I prefer that Susie dispense more liquid than the average homeowner might. Therefore, I use the included Pro-Clean Resevoir Pad along with a Swiffer Sweeper wet mopping cloth (not the WetJet pad). I fill the Resevoir Pad with a PineSol solution diluted to the concentration recommended by the manufacturer (which is 1/4 cup PineSol to 1 gallon of water). I then cover the Resevoir Pad with the Swiffer Sweeper wet mopping cloth, attach the covered Resevoir Pad to Susie, and send her on her way. Of course, this makes my floor very wet at the beginning, but by the time Susie finishes the approximately 300 sq ft that I have her cleaning (which usually takes her about an hour), the floor is largely dry. I am always amazed at how dirty the cleaning cloth is at the end of the cycle, despite the fact that the floor does not typically look that dirty at the start of the cycle. I have also taken advantage of the included washable/reusable blue textured microfiber cloth for mopping when I need to mop more than once a day (helps me save on Swiffer cloths). I do wish that Susie had a way to schedule her (like the Roomba 650 vacuum does), so that I could run her unattended during the night. I also wish that Susie had some form of dirt detection sensors so that she could know to spend more time in more soiled areas. Other than that, I am pleased with Susie, and my kitchen floor has not been filthy in two months.
Date published: 2014-02-28
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