I’m lazy and tired, so I’m all about the best robot vacuum deals. The best robot vacuums are economical time-savers when you don’t have to worry about vacuuming your home manually. There are many robot vacuums covering different price ranges, home sizes, and varied cleaning needs. We’ve picked out the best robot vacuum deals going on right now so that you can save plenty while also enjoying a gadget that will truly enrich your home for a long time to come. Read on while we take you through them, including some even greater than usual on some of the most popular iRobot Roomba models. Amazon’s recent purchase of iRobot may explain the deep price cuts.
- eufy Clean G35+ —
- bObsweep PetHair SLAM —
- Shark EZ RV912S —
- ECOVAS DEEBOT T10+ —
- iRobot Roomba i1+ —
eufy Clean G35+ — $295, was $480
- 45 day auto empty station
- 55 dB cleaning
- Slim model
Anker’s eufy Clean G35+ is a wonderful first robot vacuum to show you how easy using one can be. You actually get to forget all about vacuuming for over a month at a time due to the eufy Clean G35+’s convenient holding station. While docked, your robot vacuum will have its contents sucked up into the wastepaper basket like container that accompanies its charger, which you can later clean out at any time. According to eufy’s estimates, that’ll be about 45 days. Luckily, you’ll be able to forget about it for longer than that due to how quiet the system is, too. At only 55 dB, if you’re wearing a pair of great ANC earbuds then you might not even be able to hear the cleaning at all. Save you back as well, because the eufy Clean G35+ is under 3-inches tall, allowing it under couches and tables with ease. See your eufy Clean G35+’s full range when you use the eufy Clean App!
bObsweep PetHair SLAM — $300, was $900
- Vacuuming and mopping
- Designed with pet hair in mind
- Personalize your plan
- Adaptive mapping
The bObsweep PetHair SLAM (that’s an acronym for “Simultaneous Localization and Mapping in Realtime”) or ‘Bob’ as the manufacturers like to call him is a robot vacuum that has both pet hair and ease of use in mind. Not only can it work with deep pet hairs, but also mop up tracked in dirt spots. One of our 8 important tricks for robot vacuum owners is to set restricted zones, something you can do with Bob’s companion app. Why is this important? As much as you’re going to like Bob, your elderly cat probably won’t feel the same way. But if you personalize Bob to avoid her favorite resting areas, everyone will be able to rest a bit easier. But even if you don’t set up zones, Bob is pretty smart and adjusts his internal map of your house on the fly. We live in our homes for ourselves, not our robot vacuums, and chairs and tables and furniture should be able to be moved about on a daily basis without worry about good ole Bob.
Shark EZ RV912S — $350, was $500
- Handles large pieces AND dust
- Wide dual edge and corner brushing
- Systematic row cleaning scheme
- Easy to start and command via app
The Shark EZ RV912S is a powerful robot vacuum with an easy interface. While a lot of robot vacuums seem to be attempting to go head to head with the best vacuums for pet hair, they really struggle with harder hitting debris. Luckily, in the Shark EZ RV912S we have a product that is designed to stir up and pick up the larger stuff. The tough dual outer brushes have the capability to move larger objects and the main vacuum has the oomph to suck it up. Don’t worry about leaving stragglers behind, either, as the Shark EZ RV912S has excellent row by row pathing that mimics the style of a pro Snake player. If you want to start your Shark EZ RV912S suddenly, just pull out the SharkClean app and tap ‘Clean’ or use a voice command. You don’t need to fill out a complex form or give it highly specialized commands to get started immediately.
ECOVAS DEEBOT T10+ — $700, was $950
- S-tier vacuuming and mopping
- Object avoidance
- Also freshens air
- AI processor
The ECOVACS DEEBOT T10+ is a fantastic robot vacuum and mop combo that goes A-tier for both categories. Here’s how: The vacuum, which uses a replaceable (and washable) 3-stage filter, has the automatic dumping we are coming to expect from the best robot vacuums. But it goes the extra mile by being hypoallergenic so dust can’t escape and get spread around the house. When it is time to mop, the ECOVACS DEEBOT T10+ uses OZMO PRO 3.0 system to create an oscillating scrub that can remove both dirt and stains. Both systems are powered by an AI processor and the vacuum uses the same kind of sensors that are in self-driving cars to navigate around your home. That means your ECOVACS DEEBOT T10+ will avoid objects with ease, maneuver around dropped objects, and never try to mop the carpet. Plus, as a fun bonus, it’ll spray some refreshing air freshener around as it work so you can enjoy that just-cleaned-house smell while you’re at it.
iRobot Roomba i1+ — $288, was $529
- Detects dirt to provide a focused clean
- Remembers what it does
- Tangle-free rubber brushes
- Plans around you
Roomba is the ubiquitous robot cleaner and we have a whole selection of the best roomba deals if you want to look at just their brand. However, this deal on the iRobot Roomba i1+ is so good that we wanted everybody to hear about it. What we like about it is how it is selective in its cleaning patterns and uses more brainpower than just going row by row. For example, when it detects dirt, it will focus its attention on the dirty area before going back to the typical row by row pattern. If it gets tired, it will go charge up then return to the march where it left off, not getting stuck in some never-ending loop that only covers a third of your home. Finally, your iRobot Roomba i1+ is pretty much totally forgettable. It’s got the fairly standard dumping station, sure, but it also starts to learn your habits and plans around when you aren’t so active in the home so you can always come back to a fresh house. Don’t expect to have to do much maintenance on it, either, as it uses rubber brushes instead of the typical bristle brushes that quickly get clogged with shedded hair.