The Roomba is an automatic vacuum cleaner ordered by Ice Bear. The device is a vacuum cleaner is a that can move by itself around a room and cleans the floor as it moves along. It made its first appearance in the episode "Everyday Bears".
It also appears in "Icy Nights", and "Grizz Helps"
Its body is mainly a metallic black color. On the top of the vacuum is a thin light that circles a circle in the center. Whenever it is on, the light is red, but when it is off, the light appears blue.
As of now, it is covered in many imperfections and tape.
In its first appearance, after being ordered and delivered to the Cave, Ice Bear used the vacuum to help clean up to allow him some time to relax. After bumping into some furniture several times, the cleaner blew a fuse, leading Ice Bear to attempt minor repairs. It ended up defective, leading Ice Bear to smash it with a hammer before attempting larger repairs and some possible reprogramming.
The large repairs ended up causing the vacuum to become self-aware; it went berserk. It proceeded to attack Ice Bear, chasing him around the cave, destroying everything in its way.
After Ice Bear flung it out the window, the vacuum attacked several pedestrians. It eventually found its way to the tree Grizzly was stuck in, climb up it and going after him. After shaving off the fur around his ankle, Grizzly was able to free himself. The vacuum subsequently chased him further up the tree, trapping him at the tip. Ice Bear chopped the tree down with his fire axe just before it could get to Grizzly. When it fell, it broke through the roof of Panda's room. Ice Bear took the vacuum and destroyed it with the axe.
It was later seen at the episode's end being used by Ice Bear to transport him around the cave.
- The Roomba product is also known as Vacuum Pal.
- It was destroyed and rebuilt a total of 5 times over the course of 3 episodes.
- Whenever the Roomba is deactivated, the red light on it turns off, making it appear blue.
- The blue color for the light was seen on the product's box.
- The Roomba is most likely a reference to the iRobot Roomba robot vacuum cleaner, resembling its function, shape, and appearance.