iRobot Roomba 645 vs 650 what’s the difference?


The difference between iRobot Roomba 645 and 650 are as follows.

Roomba 650 vs 645

On-Board Scheduling
The iRobot Roomba 645 which is a Sam’s Club exclusive is a similar model to the 630. It has NO on-board scheduling whereas the 650 features the On-Board Scheduling that allows you to preset the cleaning time for Roomba to clean whenever you want.
You can see this difference from the faceplate of the two units.

Battery
The iRobot 645 uses the Xlife Extended Life Battery whereas the 650 comes with the Advanced Power System battery.
The running time of these batteries per charge are the same, the Xlife battery however, has a longer overall battery life.

Side Brush
The 645 uses a new easy to remove side brush that has a flat head screw while the Roomba 650 uses the brush with a crosshead screw.

Price
The 650 is more expensive.
The 645 is priced at $329.98 at samsclub.com whereas the 650 is priced at $399.99 at irobot.com

Brush Cleaning Tools
The 645 comes with 2 brush cleaning tools ( 1 round and 1 flat), while the 650 comes with only the flat brush cleaning tool.

Color
The 645 faceplate is in gray color whereas the 650 faceplate is in black color.

If you know other difference between the Roomba 650 and 645, please share below, thanks.

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5 Answers to iRobot Roomba 645 vs 650 what’s the difference?

  1. Don says:

    I live in a 2 story house will the vacuum compensate and know which floor

  2. Jonathan King says:

    Just want to know the screw size for the side brush on the 650. Lost tge original when
    cleaning the roomba and irobot won’t tell me the size. Apparently it is a closely held
    secret… But they will sell me the whole side brush that includes a screw…

    • Manny O says:

      I would buy the whole brush. Eventually, you’re going to need it anyway. Just use the screw and save the new brush to replace it when needed.

  3. Ann says:

    I have furry like shag area rugs. Will the roomba get caught in them?

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