The super popular robot vacuum by iRobot — the Roomba 960 — is on sale for just $415.99, or $283.01 off its list price on , with a coupon that will be calculated at checkout. This is the best price we’ve *ever* seen on this item, so you should probably get on that.
Tidying up around the home is tedious enough, but taking on this terrible task on a daily basis will drive anyone bonkers. Thankfully, the robot vacuum will take the chore out of doing your chores with its easy-to-schedule cleaning modes that are accessible from your smartphone via Wi-Fi.
The uses iRobot’s new iAdapt 2.0 Navigation with Visual Localization to seamlessly navigate through just about any household surface like hardwood and carpeted floors. The robot vacuum can run for up to 75 minutes and then automatically recharges when its battery is low before it goes back to cleaning your home.
Just press “clean” or schedule a cleaning on the iRobot Home app and the will do the rest, even if you’re at the office or away from home. The vacuum is also compatible with Amazon Alexa and the Google Assistant.
iRobot’s AeroForce Cleaning System can lift dirt from floors with up to five times more power than previous models, while it can loosen and untangle pet and human hair with ease. The is ideal for pet owners, busy professionals, the elderly, and tech enthusiasts who want the latest and greatest in smart home technology.
“I am a single mother and the first night I got this my 8 year old son and I sat on the floor eating popcorn watching it. It just doesn’t get old and I’ve had it two months. I took it to my parents house and they ended up getting one because vacuuming is getting harder for them as they get older. Despite the need and entertainment factor, on my best day vacuuming I could never come close to what this thing gets. It is actually shocking. And for the tech geeks out there, you will LOVE this. I can only imagine how happy the engineer was the first time this actually worked. It has literally changed my life and my parents. Never thought I’d be so excited about a vacuum, but it is what it is.”